Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Parker, Mary (Pudney) 1870-1959 New Lisbon Obituary

Parker, Mary (Pudney) 1870-1959 New Lisbon Obituary

Mrs. Mary Parker

NEW LISBON---Mrs. Mary Parker, 89. died Thursday morning, February 25, at Byams Nursing Home near Norwich.
Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Robert Fahy's Funeral Home in Norwich.
The Rev. Samuel Little of Endwell, former pastor of Morris Methodist church, of which she was a member, officiated.
Burial will be later in Union Cemetery at Edmeston.
Mary Louise Pudney was born in the Town of Pittsfield Feb. 23, 1870, daughter of Andrew and Emily (Matteson) Pudney. She was married to David Parker of New Lisbon Dec. 21, 1898. For several years they resided near Mount Upton on a large farm. Later they lived at New Lisbon where Mr. Parker died suddenly July 21, 1944.
After his death she moved to Morris where until failing health she went to Norwich to live.
Surviving are two sons, Earl Parker of New Lisbon and Stanley Parker,
Norwich; one daughter, Mrs. Mildred Prindle, of Ovid; eight grandchildren and several cousins.

Mrs. Parker's Rites at Norwich

Binghamton Press Bureau

Norwich --- Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Louise Pudney Parker, 90, were conducted today at the Fahy Funeral Home.
The Rev. Samuel Little, pastor of the Methodist Church of Endwell, officiated. Burial will be later at Edmeston.
Mrs. Parker who lived at 38 Park Street, died Thursday at the home of Marion Crawford, Town of Norwich.
Before coming to Norwich, Mrs. Parker had lived at Morris and on a farm near Mount Upton.
She is survived by two sons, Stanley D. Parker of Norwich and Earl L. Parker of New Lisbon; a daughter, Mrs. Mildred Prindle of Interlaken, several grandchildren and cousins.

Mary's sister Irene (Pudney) Parker 

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