Richard J. Garlock
(c. 1864 - December 26, 1941)

Oneida Dispatch 
December 27, 1941 

 Rites for Richard J. Garlock, 77, retired First Ward farmer, who died from a broken nexk in the truck-
car collision on Sand Hill, Munnsville Road, yesterday afternoon, will be held at the Cambell Funeral 
Home Monday afternoon at 1:30 by Rev, Dr. George B. Swinnerton, pastor emeritus, First Presby-
terian Church. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery. 
 State Police have turned their findings over to Coroner Lee S. Preston and Acting District Attorney  
Nelson L. Neidhart of Canastota. These officials conferred last night, Coroner Preston could not be  
reached today to learn whether an inquest would be held. Mr. Neidhardt sad, "our investigation is 
continuimg today." 
 Burt Adle, 60, driver of the light pick-up truck in which Garlock was riding, is a patient at City  
Hospital. His condition was reported improved today.He was admitted some time after the accident 
suffering from minor injuries and shock. 
 Charles French, money order clerk at Post Office, operator of the car, is confined to his home. He  
suffered lacerations to the face and right leg. French was on his way to work after taking his grandson,  
Charles, the third, visting from Annapolils, Md., to the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Whitworth. 
 An autopsy, performed by Dr. Francis Pfaff, revealed the cause of Garlock's death. He is survived by 
two sons, Harry and Leo Garlock; two sisters, Mrs. Charles North and Mrs. Belle Johnson, and four 
grandchildren. Mrs.Laura Parkhurst, Floyd, Dilazon and Norene Garlock, all of Oneida. 

Date: Sunday, August 8, 1999 03:19 PM

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