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Elizabeth Viola Klock Scott


Mrs. Elizabeth Klock Scott, 69., widow of William G. Scott, died of a heart ailment Thursday morning at the home of Mrs. Irene Hungerford at Mexico (NY). Surviving are two sons, Harold of Buffalo, and John A. Scott of Rochester; also a sister, Miss Adeline S. Klock of Oswego. Private services have been arranged by Albert Lawrence at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Clark in Lake Street. Rev. Alfred W. Budd, pastor of the Congregational church, will officiate and burial will be in Pulaski cemetery. Friends may call at the Clark home Friday night."

Obituary : "Mrs. Elizabeth Scott

Pulaski, Jan. 15- The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Scott, 69, who died after a very short illness at the home of Miss Irene Hungerford in Mexico early Thursday morning, will be held privately at the home of her nephew F.A. Clark, in Lake Street, at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Scott was the widow of the late William G. Scott and a former well known resident of Pulaski. She was the daughter of the late Simeon and Elizabeth Jones Klock. Surviving are two sons, Harold of Buffalo, and John of Rochester, and a sister, Miss Adeline Klock, Oswego."
Obituary: "Mrs. Elizabeth Klock Scott.

The death of Mrs. Elizabeth Klock Scott, 69, widow of William G. Scott, occurred early last Thursday at the home of Miss Irene Hungerford in Mexico. Mrs. Scott was born in Oswego in 1867, a daughter of Simeon and Elizabeth Jones Klock. Much of her childhood and early years of maturity were spent in this village, it was here she married Mr. Scott, then deputy sheriff. After the expiration of Mr. Scott's term, as deputy sheriff, the family moved to Pittsburg, Penn., several years later returning to Pulaski where Mr. Scott died in March, 1927. Mrs. Scott was a member of Pulaski Congregational Church, Ontario Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, and Oswego chapter Order of the Eastern Star.

Surviving are two sons, Harold K. Scott of Kenmore NY, and John Albert Scott of Rochester; two grandchildren; one sister, Miss Adeline Klock of Oswego, and several nephews and nieces. The body was brought to the home of her nephew, Frederick A. Clark, Lake Street, by Albert E. Lawrence, local undertaker, where the funeral was held Saturday. Rev. Alfred W. Budd of the Congregational church, was the officiating clergyman. Burial was in Pulaski cemetery."

Obituary of Elizabeth Viola Klock d. March of 1927.
Came from the Pulaski New York paper. Found on line.

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