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Clara Lillian Whitson Dickman
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Birth: Jan. 31, 1876
Delaware County
New York, USA
Death: Sep. 21, 1960
Delaware County
New York, USA

Mrs. John Dickman Taught Many Years

Mrs. John Dickman, a native of Andes and lifelong resident of this , vicinity, died Wednesday morning in the Margaretville hospital, where she had been a patient for about two weeks.

Her funeral services will be held Friday. There will be a prayer service a t the Herrick funeral home, followed by a service a t 2 p. m. in the Margaretville United Presbyterian church, of which Mrs. Pickman was a member. Rev. Arthur Kopp will officiate. Burial will be in the Andes cemetery.

Mrs. Dickman is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Ray Vermilyea of Bedell, Mrs. Richard W. Henderson of Shaftisburg, V t, and Miss Ruth Dickman of Margaretville.

Bom Jan. 31, 1876, in Andes, Mrs. Dickman was the daughter of James and Mary McNair Whitson. She became the wife of John Dickman, a prominent local contractor for most of his life in Margaretville. Mr. Dickman died in 1951.

Mrs. Dickman was a grade school teacher for many years.
Family links: 
  John Stanley Dickman (1879 - 1954)*
  Mary E. Dickman Vermilyea (1906 - 1939)*
  Lillian Marie Dickman Vermilyea (1910 - 1982)*
  Grace M. Henderson (1913 - 1977)*
  Ruth Whitson Dickman (1915 - 2003)*
*Calculated relationship
Andes Cemetery
Delaware County
New York, USA
Created by: Steve McNeill
Record added: Jun 09, 2013
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Clara Lillian <i>Whitson</i> Dickman
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Clara Lillian <i>Whitson</i> Dickman
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