Frank Everett Klock
Watertown, New York
Daily Times - March 3, 1929

Frank Everett Klock (Thomas Everett,Thomas A., George I., Johannes, Henrich Jr., Hendrick Klock)

CAPT. F. E. KLOCK DIES AT BUFFALO

NATIVE OF THREE MILE BAY DEAD AT AGE OF 45

WELL KNOWN SHIP MASTER

Sailed on Upper Lakes Many Years--Funeral Will Be Held Near Three Mile Bay Wednesday.

(Special to The Times.)

Three Mile Bay, March 3.-Captin Frank Everett Klock, 45, a native of this section, died at the Marine hospital in Buffalo, Sunday morning at 7:45 after an illness of two weeks.

Captain Klock was the son of Captin Everett and Isadora Fry Klock. His boyhood was spent in this section. At an early age he went sailing on the lakes with his father who was a well known ship master. For many years he had sailed, having been master of ships on the upper lakes for a long time.

In 1909, Captin Klock maried Miss Blanche Burlingame of Ogdensburg. Twenty-one years ago he left this section and made his home in Buffalo, where he had resided since. He was a member of the Chaumont lodge of Masons.

Surviving are his widow and his mother, who resides on the state road between this village and Chaumont.

The body arrived here this morning and funeral services will be held from the home of his mother under auspices of the Masons on Wednesday at 2 p.m., Rev. G. A. Foote, pastor of the Three Mile Bay Methodist church, officiating. Interment will be made at Three Mile Bay.

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