Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings
The following is a clipping from a Utica paper: July 28, 1904
"Little Falls, July 28 "Aunt" Mary Adle Davis celebrated her 95th birthday yesterday afternoon at her home 602 East Monroe street, by entertaining the local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, together with a few visiting members of the D.A.R., and Mrs. Roberts of Utica, Vice State Regent of the order. She was presented a handsome bread and milk bowl and a fine silver spoon, on which was inscribed name, date, ect. The home looked very pretty in a trimming of American Flags.
Five generations were present to receive the guests, Mrs. Davis, Peter Davis, Mrs. F.H. Baum, Mrs. Kezzy Perkins, and Miss. Merie Perkins. Mrs. Davis's father fought in the war for American independence, and so she is a real Daughter of the Revolution.
From the Genealogy of Sherman O. Klock.
Note: Mary Adler Davis’s father was John Adler who married Magdalena Klock, daughter of Adam Johannes Klock and Catharine Stauring, Adam’s parents were Adam Klock and Catherine Caty Seeber, Adam’s parents were Col. Jacob Klock and Elizabeth Bellinger.
Krings Bush News—Klock, Jonas and son, Sheldon of the East side were recent visitors to St. Johnsville. The Johnstown Daily Republican, April 30, 1907
Shaverville News—Klock, Sheldon, wife and daugher, Nellie, of St. Johnsville spent Sun. with his brother, Delos and family. The Johnstown Daily Republican, Nov. 18, 1908.
Cliff News—Klock, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester spent the weekend with their daughter, Mrs Wesley Frederick. The Johnstown Daily Republican, Jan. 4, 1900
Krings Bush News—Klock, Jonas and son Sheldon spent Sat. in St. Johnsville. The Johnstown Daily Republican, June 27, 1907
Krings Bush News—Klock, Jonas (Mrs.) spent a few days in St. Johnsville the guest of her sister, Mrs. Adolphus Failing. The Johnstown Daily Republican, Dec. 27, 1906
St. Johnsville News—Klock, Mrs. Frank P. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A.M. Van Denburg in Syracuse. (Sorry, missed date from newspaper)
Klock, Henry, son of John, killed in railroad accident. Age about 31 years. Buried in Mohawk. Fulton County Democrat, June 6, 1854
Klock, T. Burton, married Bessie Horning Saturday. Fulton County Republican, Nov. 17, 1904
Fonda News—Klock, Augustus of Beverly, Mass. has joined his family at his father’s Jacob Klock and will remain two weeks. The Johnstown Daily Republican, August 28, 1909
Klock, Amos and wife of St. Johnsville—a daughter born—the mother is a former resident of Johnstown. The Johnstown Daily Republican, Sept. 17, 1907
Klock, Amos (Mrs.) and daughter of Frankford are visiting the former’s sister, Mrs. Owen Roberts. The Johnstown Daily Republican, Dec. 1, 1911
Fonda News—Klock, Mrs. Augustus and children Dorothy and Donald of Beverly, Mass. are visiting at the home of Jacob Klock. The Johnstown Daily Republican, Aug. 16, 1909.
Klock, Amos P. of St. Johnsville married Grace V. Getman of
Fulton County Republican, Nov. 22, 1906
Klock, Amos P. of St. Johnsville and Miss Grace V. Getman of Johnstown were married last evening at the parsonage of M.E. Church by Rev. M. DeLoss Jump. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Ward P. Beck of Ephratah, sister and brother-in-law of the bride. They reside in St. Johnsville. The Johnstown Daily Republican, Nov. 14, 1906
Shaverville News—Klock, Charles and wife are parents of a son. The Johnstown Daily Republican, Nov. 18, 1908
Ephratah News—Klock, Charles and wife—an heir born to them last week. The Johnstown Daily Republican, Oct. 29, 1908
Shaverville News—Klock, Charles, wife and her brother, Guy Duesler attended a show held at St. Johnsville Tuesday evening entitled “The Wife’s Secret.” The Johnstown Daily Republican, Sept. 30, 1908
Shaverville News—Klock, Charles and wife of Gloversville are guest of the latter’s mother, Mrs. Mary Duesler. The Johnstown Daily Republican, Jan. 2, 1908
Shaverville News—Klock, Charles and wife have returned from Gloversville to reside with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delos Klock. The Johnstown Daily Republican, Jan. 7, 1908
Krings Bush News—Klock, Jones (Mrs.) spent a few days in St. Johnsville the guset of her sister, Mrs. Adolpus Failing. The Johnstown Daily Republican, Dec. 27, 1906
Klock, Arlie of Oppenheim died yesterday at the home of Emanuel Allen of Crum Creek. Survivors are his wife; 2 sons, Fayette of Oppenheim and Theron of Dolgeville. The Johnstown Daily Republican, August 18, 1909
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