Obituary of Martha “Allen” Klock
April 30, 1936
Watertown, Jefferson, NY
Mrs. Martha K. Allen, 80, Dies. Canton, April 30.--Mrs. Martha Klock Allen, widow of Henry Allen, died at the home of a brother on the Canton -Ogdensburg road in the town of Lisbon at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. Death was caused by a cerebral hemorrhage.
Mrs. Allen was born in Ogdensburg July 28, 1855, a daughter of William and Mary Brotherton Neil. She resided in Ogdensburg during her life time until six months ago when she moved to the home of her brother on t he Ogdensburg-Canton road. She had been ill since June.
Mrs. Martha N. Allen. Funeral services were held at the home of Mr. an d Mrs. Frank Bressette near Woodbridge Corners for her mother, Mrs. Mar tha N. Allen, whose death occurred in her 80th year on Wednesday. Rev. K ennedy officiated and burial was in Gouverneur.
Mrs. Allen was born July 28, 1856, at Ogdensburg, daughter of William and Mary Brotherton Neil. She was married twice. Her first husband was Amos Klock. Following his death she married Henry Allen, who died several years ago.
Surviving are three sons, Amos Klock, of Madison, O., William Klock of Gouverneur, and George Klock, Ogdensburg; two daughters, Mrs. Bressette and Mrs. J. W. Booth of Stockton, Cal., and several grandchildren.
Martha B. Neil married Bates Aaron Klock (Luther, John J. Jr., John J., Johannes J., and Hendrick Klock). Bates Aaron Klock was born June 24, 1851 in Montgomery, New York and died July 08, 1893 in Emeryville, St. Lawrence, New York. He was buried in Gouverneur Cemetery, Gouverneur, New York. Martha and Bates Aaron had eight children. After the death of Bates Aaron Klock, Martha re-married William Henry Allen on July 29, 1895.
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