Schoharie County NYGenWeb Site
Mrs. Edna (Warner) Barkman obituary
contributed by Tonya Frickey
Mrs. Edna Barkman, 70, 15 Reed Street,
Coxsackie, died yesterday afternoon [July 26, 1956] at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Robert Scott, Rte 9W, West Athens.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 pm Sunday in the First Methodist Church, Coxsackie, burial following in Riverside Cemetery, Coxsackie. The service will be conducted by the Rev. John J. Van Heest, pastor of the First Reformed Church, West Coxsackie, in the absence of the Rev. J.B.Nussey, pastor of the First Methodist Church.
Friends may pay their respects at the Brady Funeral Home, Coxsackie, this evening and tomorrow evening. A rebekah service will be held at 3pm Saturday in the funeral home.
The widow of Burton Barkman, Mrs. Barkman was a native of Franklinton, Schoharie County, born March 18, 1886, the daughter of Ira and Sabrina Benjamin Warner. She was a member of Eleanor Heermance Rebekah Lodge, Coxsackie, of the Ladies Auxiliary of the D.M. Hamilton Steamer Co. No. 2, Coxsackie, and of the Leeds Aid Society of the First Methodist Church.
She is survived by a son, Clayton C. Barkman, Ravena; two daughters—Mrs. Scott, and Miss Helen Barkman, Albany; three brothers—Edgar and Charles Warner, both of Coxsackie, and Jehiel Warner, Altamont; a half-sister, Mrs. Cora Burhans, Albany, and four grandchildren.
A Note to Researchers using this Web-site: As you use this site, please keep in mind the difference between primary and secondary sources and the importance of building a preponderance of evidence. Accept nothing without further checking. It is our hope that through this collection of data from many sources, you will find a piece of the puzzle that you are working on and that may lead you to further discoveries.
Links to external web sites are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement or approval of any of the products, services or opinions contained in any external web site.
Welcome Page of the Schoharie County NYGenWeb Site
This page established February 3, 2007