Small Town News—Clay

Yesterday noon, says the Mail, while Theodore Clay, an employee on the Unionville train, was attempting to couple some cars at Middletown, his thumb was caught between the bumpers and badly smashed. (Port Jervis Evening Gazette, April 23, 1870)

Messrs. Theodore and Eber Clay, railroad men, are visiting their parents. The boys as well as their father are great hunters and fishermen. (Middletown Daily Times, October 29, 1891)

Mr. Theodore Clay, Jr., and mother, of Suffern, spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary Tuttle. (Middletown Daily Times, October 22, 1915)

Walter and Eber Clay, of East Orange, spent Sunday at Mrs. Mary Tuttle’s, on Westtown Avenue. (Middletown Daily Times, September 12, 1916)

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