Card, Charles 1865-1936
Card Funeral Rites Will Be Held Today
New Lisbon, Feb. 4---Charles Card, a resident of New Lisbon for nearly 35 years, died suddenly Sunday night at 6:30 at the Parshall hospital at Oneonta, where he was taken that afternoon. Although he had been subject to heart attack for a number of years, he was able to be around until about a week ago when he seemed to have a slight cold. Sunday morning he was taken worse and that afternoon entered the hospital. Shortly after arriving there, he suffered a severe heart attack and expired immediately.
The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock in the Episcopal church at Morris. Rev. L. Curtis Denny will officiate. The body will be placed in the vault for interment later in Hillington cemetery.
Charles Card was born in the town of Pittsfield July 22, 1865, the youngest son of Stephen and Alida (Wickham) Card. August 11, 1885, he married Carrie Zoller of New Lisbon. The first few years of their married life they resided at West Laurens. About 35 years ago they moved to New Lisbon where they resided until after the death of Mrs. Card, who died March 17, 1924. For the past two years he had made his home with his niece, Mrs. Ida Harrington, at Garrattsville.
Surviving are one son, Lewis Card of Morris, operator of the Morris Central Telephone office, an adopted daughter, Mrs. Mildred Rogers of North Pharsalia; a half sister, Mrs. George Weatherley of Morris; a nephew, Lynn Card of Binghamton; and several cousins.