Rochester, Monroe, NY
Union & Advertiser
Mar. 30, 1868
IDENTIFIED - The man who was killed by falling from the brink of the sand bank in South Avenue Saturday, has been identified as one Edward DONNELLY, who resided in Allen st. He had been employed in Howard's confectionery establishment for several years past. He formerly resided in Avon. He is reported to have generally been a sober man - but while not in his usual condition he wandered to the place where he met with the accident which terminated his life. Coroner TREAT will hold an inquest this afternoon.
GIVING WAY OF A FLOOR
The funeral services of Edmund BURROUGHS, who was accidentally shot on Friday last, took place yesterday from the house of his stepfather, Delavan st. Many friends had assembled, when the floor on which they were standing gave way and mourners and all were precipitated into the cellar. Fortunately no one was seriously injured, and the services went on as though nothing unusual had occurred.
THANKSGIVING - The mourning parents and relatives of the late George F. HOPP, who was buried yesterday, herewith present their deep and heartfelt thanks to the members of Humboldt Lodge No. 138, to the brothers of her sister Lodges, and to the public in general who participated in sy large numbers in the funeral ceremonies.
In this city, on the 28th inst., by the Rev. Mr. LATIMER, Lyman L. McCARTY, of Buffalo, to Florence A. SMITH, of this city.
At Brant, on the 4th of March, Wm. F. MOORE, the only and beloved son of E. D. and Ruthy MOORE, aged 23 years.
He was a zealous and active member of the Order of Good Templars at the time of his death, filling the office of Marshal of Lodge 387(?), where his manliness and cheerful disposition endeared him to all. A true patriot for at the first call of our country he enrolled himself as one of her defenders, and remained faithful at his post till the close of the war. An affectionate son and brother and a true friend.
"None knew him but to love him,
Nor name him but to praise."