Elmer Edson.Klock
Watertown Daily Times
Dec.11, 1953

Elmer E. Klock, (Henry D. Klock, Adam Klock, Jacob Adam Klock, Adam Klock, Adam Johannes Klock, Adam Klock, Jacob Klock, Hendrick Klock)

Elmer E. Klock, Ex. Farmer, Dies
Adams Center Man, 65 Once Worked for Kinds and Dauche Firm.

Adams, Dec. 11. - Elmer E. Klock, 65 died suddenly of a heart attack about 12:45 p.m. yesterday at his home on the Adams Center-Camps Mills road, three miles from Sackets Harbor. He had had a heart condition for a year.

Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Piddock funeral home, Adams, with Rev. I. M. Owens, former pastor of the Stone Mills Methodist church and now living at Savannah, officiating. Burial will be in the Smithville cemetery.

Surviving Mr. Klock are his wife, two daughters and one son of his first marriage: Mrs. Eldon (Margaret) Cagwin, Adams Center; Mrs. Thurl E. (Thelma) Goodwin, 333 South Meadow street, Watertown and Edson Klock, Adams Center; two daughters and two sons of the second marriage: Jean, 11, Linda, 10, Robert, 13, Henry, 6 all at home; four stepchildren, Mrs. Gertrude Prockett, Syracuse; Mrs. Martha Fredericks, Carthage; Miss Jessie Kennedy, Watertown and Donald Kennedy, Jamesville, and eight grandchildren. A brother, Marva Klock died in1945.

He was born April 10, 1887, in the town of Orleans, son of Henry and Margaret Hagen Klock. He first married Fanny Sanford in Watertown in 1909. During their married life, they lived in Watertown, where he was employed by the Hinds and Dauche Paper company, then located on Sewall Island. Later he began farming in the Clayton and Lafargeville area, moving to Adams Center about 1930. In 1934, he and Fanny Sanford Klock were divorced.

Later he married Mrs. Ida Kennedy. Since his second marriage he had lived in the Sackets Harbor area where he has been engaged in farming.

1st. wife of Elmer Klock
Watertown Daily Times
Abt. 1970


ADAMS CENTER- Mrs. Fannie M. Klock Pitcher, 78, widow of Andrew Pitcher, died 7:30 this morning in the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, where she had been a patient since April 14.

The funeral will be Saturday at 1p.m. First Day Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in North Watertown Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m.

She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Thurl (Thelma) Goodwin, and Mrs. Margaret Cagwin, both of Watertown; a son, Edson, Adams Center, eight grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.

Born May 10, 1892 in Limerick, daughter of George and Emogene Wilder Sanford, she spent her childhood in Calcium and was educated in local schools.

Her first marriage to Elmer E. Klock in 1909 ended in divorce. She was married to Andrew V. Pitcher June 1 1939. He died in September 1965.

Transcribed from newspaper clipping. Not dated. Transcribed by Trudy Burns. [May 1971]

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