Catherine M. Middaugh

From our Mount Salem Correspondent.

Mrs. Catherine Middaugh, wife of James R. Northrup, died at her home near this village, Saturday last, at 2:45 p.m., after a short illness, aged seventy-six years, three months and eleven days. She is survived by her husband who has been an invalid for seven years and by a daughter, Alice, at home, who has been a comfort and a support to her parents in their declining years; also by three sisters, Mrs. Clarissa Adams, who resides with her son, George B. Adams, in Middletown, Mrs. Everett, of this place and Mrs. George Swarts, of Hemrod [sic] Corner, N.Y.

The funeral will be held at her home Tuesday at 1 o’clock. Pastor Edwards will officiate. Interment in the family plot in the cemetery in this place.

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Mrs. Mary Snook

From the Port Jervis Gazette

Mrs. Mary Snook, widow of the late Samuel Snook, died at five o’clock, Wednesday evening, at the home of her son, John M. Snook, in this village.  Death was caused by general debility.

Mrs. Snook was born in Clove Valley, near Deckertown, Jan. 11, 1815, and was a daughter of John and Hannah Middaugh.  In the year 1838, she was united in marriage to Samuel Snook.  The fruits of their marriage was a family of nine children, the only surviving one being John M. Snook, with whom she resided at the time of her death.

She is survived by the following brothers and sisters:  Mrs. George Swarts, Horseheads, N.Y.; Mrs. Clarissa Adams, Middletown, N.Y.; Mrs. James Northrup, Mt. Salem, N.J.; Mrs. William Everitt, Clove Valley, N.J.; and Milton Middaugh, of Waverly, N.Y.

Mrs. Snook was a life long member of the Baptist church of Mt. Salem, N.J., where she passed the major part of her life.

Her funeral will take place at Mt. Salem, on Saturday, the hour to be announced later.

Source:  Middletown Daily Argus, September 21, 1894.

Carrie Everett Carr

Mrs. Carrie Carr died Tuesday at the home of her son, George E. Carr, aged eighty-one.  She had been ill a long time.  Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the Harry House Funeral Parlors in Sussex.  The Rev. A.G. Graham, pastor of the Sussex Baptist Church, will officiate.  Interment will be in Mt. Salem Cemetery.  Mrs. Carr, widow of Everett [sic] Carr, is survived by her son, a sister, Mrs. Lulu Heissenbuttle of Palisades Park, N.J., three grandchildren, Vincent and Wallace Carr of Unionville, and Mrs. Frank Arnold of Matamoras, Pa.; and two great-grandchildren.

Source:  Middletown Times Herald, October 10, 1946.