of Jesse L. Klock
Unknown Newspaper Clipping and Date
Probably the Little Falls Newspaper
Pheumonia Attack Was Fatal
Jesse L. Klock, Succumbed to Illness of Few Days’ Duration, at Home on East Loomis Street.
Jesse L. Klock died this morning at 1:30 at his home on East Loomis street, after an illness of several days which began with influenza and developed in pneumonia. His condition had been serious from the beginning of his illness.
Mr. Klock was born in this city 45 years ago last April, being the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Klock. He was employed as “trouble man” for the old Interstate Telephone company, and after that concern was taken over by the New York Telephone company, and a similar position with the latter concern. He was engaged for 16 years in telephone work. Seven years ago he was married to Miss Olive Van Buren of Dolgeville. He was a member of the Royal Arcanum and also the Loyal Order of Moose.
The deceased was a genial man of excellent character and an industrious, conscientious workman. His death brings sorrow to his many friends. The relatives surviving are the wife; a son Burt; and the mother, Mrs. Sylvester Klock. Arrangements for the funeral will be made later.
* Jesse L. Klock, (Sylvester, Daniel Klock, Adam Klock, Adam Johannes Klock, Adam Klock, Co. Jacob Klock and Hendrick Klock.) Jessie was born April 17, 1875 and died in 1920. He married Mabel Veeder who was born January 20, 1875. They had one son, Burt.
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