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Henry J. Loucks obituary

contributed by Russ Tallman

December 20, 1894
Middleburgh News

     Saturday morning, Dec. 16th, about six o'clock the spirit of Henry J. Loucks passed away. He had been in his usual good health until Tuesday morning of that week, when on going out of the house he slipped and fell breaking one of his ribs which was the immediate cause of his death. Mr. Loucks at the time of his death was 90 years 7 months 22 days old. he was born in this town and from the time he was four years old until his death he lived upon the same farm. He was three times married. His first wife died a few years ago. His last wife died about six years ago. Mr. Loucks was a man highly respected by all who knew him. He was always kind and had a pleasant word for all. Socially he possessed the qualities of a gentleman. The funeral services were held from his late residence Monday at 11 o'clock and his remains were taken to Schoharie for interment.

December 20, 1894
Middleburgh News

East Cobleskill

     The funeral of Henry Loucks Sr. at the Lime Kiln was largely attended from this place. he was the father of Jeremiah Loucks and of Mrs. M. O. Rickard. Mr. Loucks was the oldest citizen in this community, and would probably lived a number of years yet had it not been for a fall on the ice on the morning of the 11th of this month.


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