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Knoch, Adrian Died 1931 New Lisbon death notice

Knoch, Adrian 1864-1931 New Lisbon

Adrian Knoch Dies From
Pneumonia at New Lisbon

New Lisbon, Feb. 19---The death of Adrian Knoch occurred at 6:50 o'clock Thursday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Leon Bundy, with whom he lived. Death was from pneumonia. The funeral will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. At the funeral chapel in Union cemetery at Edmeston. Further particulars will be given later.

Funeral of Adrian Knoch at
Edmeston largely Attended

New Lisbon, Feb. 24---The funeral of Adrian Knoch, who died early Thursday morning at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bundy, was held at the funeral chapel in Union cemetery at Edmeston Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock and was largely attended by friends and neighbors. Rev. E. E. Hutchinson, rector of Zion church of Morris, conducted the services.
The body was placed in the vault at the cemetery to await burial at a later date. Mr. Knoch had been ill about ten days with pneumonia.
Adrain Knoch was born in the town of Pittsfield, December 25, 1864, the son of Henry and Mary (Lull) Knoch, and was a direct descendant of Benjamin Lull, whose family was one of three families to first settle in the Butternut valley about the year 1773.
On February 11, 1885, he married Rose Chase and to them was born one daughter, Flora, who has always resided at home. Mrs. Knoch died about 15 years ago. After the death of his father a few years ago, he went to live with and care for his aged mother, whose death occurred last July. After her death he returned to his daughter's home, where he had since resided. A man of quiet, friendly disposition, he was highly respected in the community where he had lived the greater part of his life.
Besides the daughter he is survived by one sister, Mrs. Estella Hinman, of Cortland; by six grandchildren; one niece; one nephew and many cousins. He was a brother of the late Lewis Knoch of Hartwick, who died November, last.
The bearers were: Levi George, George Walter, Howard Lull, and Lester Wilson.

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