Jacob M. Klock
Watertown Daily Times
30 Dec 1943

Jacob Merton Klock, (Adam Klock, Jacob Adam Klock, Adam Klock, Adam Johannes Klock, Adam Klock, Jacob Klock, Hendrick Klock)

Jacob M. Klock, Aged 69, Expires

Jacob Merton Klock, 69, died at his home in Lafargeville Wednesday evening at 9:15 after an illness of two years. He had a major operation in a Watertown hospital last September and never fully recovered.

He was born in Lafargeville, 28 Aug 1874, son of Adam and Martha Klock.

He married Miss Lucy Anne Ortlieb in Ogdensburg, 25 Apr 1905, and the couple made their home on a farm near Lafargeville for a number of years. They moved into the village about five years ago.

Mr. Klock is survived by his wife, two sons, Clare Klock, Lafargeville, and Ivan Klock, who is stationed overseas with the United States army, and a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Lila) Hibbard, Clayton.

Funeral services will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. at the home and at 10:30 in the Lafargeville Catholic church, with Rev. Arthur Viau officiating. Burial will be in Barnes Settlement Cemetery.

Mrs. Lucy A. Klock
Watertown Daily Times
29 Jul 1977

Lucy A.Ortlieb, wife of Jacob Merton Klock, (Adam Klock, Jacob Adam Klock, Adam Klock, Adam Johannes Klock, Adam Klock, Jacob Klock, Hendrick Klock)


Mrs. Lucy A. Klock, 96, Dies

Mrs. Lucy Ann Klock, 96, widow of Jacob M. Klock, died Thursday in the Madonna Home, Watertown, where she had been a resident since January, 1975.

The funeral will be 10 a.m. Monday at St. John's Church with Rev. Gilbert Faucher, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Barnes Settlement Cemetery, Alexandria Bay.

Calling hours at the Frederick Brothers Funeral Home are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday.

She is survived by one son, Ivan, Lafargeville; one daughter, Mrs. Leroy (Lila) Bresett, Harrisville; nine grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; one brother, Joseph Ortlieb, Redwood, and one niece. A son Clare was killed during World War II in the Battle of the Bulge and a daughter Pauline died at age 10.

She was born 20 Nov 1880 at Sterlingville, a daughter of Louis and Delila Oviatt Ortlieb. Her father was a cheese maker and the family moved to the Cottage Hill section of Redwood when she was a young child. She was educated in rural schools and married Jacob M. Klock in April, 1905.

After their marriage the couple farmed on the Klock Road until moving to Maple Street, LaFargeville, in 1931. Mr. Klock died in December1943. She continued to live at the family home until the fall of 1973 when she moved to the VanAlstyne Adult Home, LaFargeville. She subsequently moved to the Ryan Nursing Home, Watertown, and Madonna Home.

She was a member of St. John's Church and its Altar and Rosary Society, a 50-year member of the Lafargeville Grange, the LaFargeville Home Bureau and the Ladies Auxiliary of Klock-Smith Post 1788. She was also a Gold Star Mother.

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