|Birth: ||Nov. 28, 1878|
Cold Spring (Cattaraugus County)
New York, USA
|Death: ||Apr. 6, 1929|
New York, USA
OBITUARY: The Randolph Register, Friday, April 12, 1929 (Randolph NY Register 1929-1930 Grayscale - 0073.pdf)
Randolph Register, Vol. 69, No. 51
Weekly Courant, Vol. 52, No. 41
HERY M'GINNITY DIES IN SALAMANCA HOSPITAL
Failed to Recover from an Operation
Man who Stood for Much in his Community -- Head of Dairymen's League Local for Years
The death of Henry McGinity occurred about 3:30 o'clock Saturday morning in the Salamanca City hospital, where he had undergone an operation just about one week previous. Members of his family and friends believed his condition favorable and when word of his death reached this village it came most unexpectedly and was a distinct shock.
Henry M., was son of Henry and Ann Murphy McGinnity and was born in the town of Colspring, November 28, 1878. He was of a family of seven children, five of whom survive and are as follows: Miss Alice McGinnity and Mrs. Martha Abbey, Randolph; Mrs. Elizaberh Hitchcock, Conewango; S. E. McGinnity, Salamanca; J. D. McGinnity, Olean.
Deceased as widely known throughout this section where he had always lived and all his life time had followed the occopation of farming. Mr. McGinnity was up to date in his ideas and was progressive in his profession. He was deply interested in modern dairying;was a member of the Randolph Branch of the Dairymen's League joining the organization with its establishment in this section. Later Mr. McGinnity was elected president of the local and had held the position for a period of years, being repeatedly re-elected to the office. He efficiently performed his duties and the untimely passing of this gentleman has caused a loss to the organization.
Deceased parents died in the years 1913 and 1914. Following their passing Mr. McGinnity's sister, Miss Alice McGinnity, returned to the farmily farm home in the south part of this townwship, and since then brother and sister have maintained the home, and devotedly cared for one another. Mr. McGinnty will be remembered for his unselfish disposition and kindly, jovial ways. A sister, Mrs. Martha Abbey who had spent several months in Florida, returned to her home here Monday evening and was unaware of her brother's sickness and death until her arrival. It had been his request not to mar the pleasantness of the return trip by informing her of his sickness.
Funeral services were held from St. Patrick's church this village, Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, Rev. T. J. Dunn, officiating. Pall bearers were Harold and Edward McGinnity, Cary Jenks, Harold Wade, J. L. Quinlon and Paul Atwood. Burial was made in the family plot in St. Patrick's cemeery.
Following are those who attended the funeral from away: Mr. and Mrs. John McGinnity, Mrs. H. M. Hansen and son, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Murphy, Jamestown; Mr. and Mrs. James Shay, Earnest Shay, Bradford, Pa.; J. D. McGinnity, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. McGinnity and daugher Betty, Harold McGinnity, Loretta McGinnity, Mrs. Maggie Atwood, Olean; Mr. and Mrs. S. F. McGinnity, Salamanca; C. P. Darling, Conewango Valley; Mrs. Ray Wilcox, Corry. Pa"
Henry McGinnity (1833 - 1913)
Ann Murphy McGinnity (1837 - 1914)
Elizabeth McGinnity Hitchcock (1865 - 1953)*
Alice McGinnity (1867 - 1946)*
James D. McGinnity (1870 - 1944)*
Anna McGinnity Darling (1876 - 1925)*
Henry M. McGinnity (1878 - 1929)
Martha E McGinnity Abbey (1880 - 1970)*
"HENRY M. MCGINNITY
Saint Patricks Cemetery
New York, USA
Created by: David Laughlin
Record added: Nov 06, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 100279278
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