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Martin Slattery

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Martin Slattery
Born [date unknown] in Ireland
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Died before in Rosendale, Ulster, New York, USA
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Name: Martin /Slattery/
Source: #S96
Page: "Deaths and Funerals," ( accessed 14 June2008) citing p. 3, col. 2, 10 July 1939.
Text: John Vincent Slattery died yesterday at his home, 126 West Mainstreet. He had been employed by the New Haven railroad as a brakemanat Maybrook.
Funeral services will be held on Wednesday morning at 9:30 at theresidence and at ten o'clock in the Church of the Most Precious Blood.The Rev. Edmund Fabisinski will officiate. Internment will be inWallkill Valley Cemetery.
Mr. Slattery, a son of Martin and Margaret Lehoie [sic] Slattery, wasborn in Whiteport, August twenty-seventh, 1888. He was married toLoretta Krom. Also surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Abe McEntee ofEllenville and Mrs. Gordon Lewis of Walden; a son, Gerald, at home;two brothers, James and Martin, of Poughkeepsie; two sisters, Mrs.Raymond Lane of Poughkeepsie and Mrs. Matthew Kraus of Kingston; alsoa grandson.
FOOT "Deaths and Funerals," Middletown Times Herald (Middletown, Orange,New York), ( accessed 14 June 2008) citing p.3, col. 2, 10 July 1939.


Source S96
Title: Middletown Times Herald
Publication: Name: Middletown, Orange, New York;
NOTESource Medium: Newspaper

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