|Birth: ||Aug., 1841|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Dec., 1920|
New York, USA
NEWS: The little son of John Cain, who was so terribly mutilated by a vicious dog last Friday is reported in a critical condition. Oswego Morning Express Wed. October 19, 1881.
NEWS: John Cain, retired grocer, 131 E. Ninth St, Oswego, NY says "Some Years ago I had a bad attack of kidney trouble and could hardly work. There was sharp, shooting pains through my back, making it hard for me to stoop. I took cold and it settled in my kidneys and made me worse. I had a too frequent desire to pass the kidney secretions and there was sediment in them. After using a number of remedies without benefit, I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills. They did me a world of good and I was completely cured in a short time." Later testimony. On January 20th 1913, Mr. Cain said: "I keep Doan's Kidney Pills in the house all the time and whenever I feel a little under the weather I take a few doses… Oswego Palladium 1913 issue (in multiple issues during that year) such as May 21) Nov 8 1920 also has issue and quotes him as of Jan 2nd 1918 too. Feb 16 1910
OBIT: A Tribute. The residents living in the central part of the Second war will mourn the loss of a valuable friend and an honorable citizen when they will learn of the death and burial of the late John Cain. For many years Mr. Cain conducted a grocery store at the corner of East Ninth and Seneca streets and from a small beginning was through his own personality, obliged to enlarge his business to twice and thrice its capacity if he was to keep pace with his vast increasing trade. From the very beginning Mr. Cain proved himself to be as charitable as he was kind and loving to the poorer class that resided in this locality during the early seventies and up to the time of his retirement from all public affairs. That Mr. Cain was not forgotten by those he assisted in the time of need was evidenced by the vast multitude that assembled at his daughter's home, Mrs. John Bartolomew, to pay their last respects to one that was near and ear to them all. Mr. Cain had been in poor health for many weeks and the end was expected almost ourly. He will long be remembered by those friends whom he assisted during his days of prosperity. The bearers were John and George Cain, grandsons of the deceased; Frank Carney, Ted and Jay Cain, relatives residing in the town of Scriba. Besides his widow, Mrs. Mary Cain, the deceased is survived by three sons, George of Chicago, Ill.; John and James, of this city, and one daughter, Mrs. John Bartholomew. A Friend. Oswego Daily Palladium Thu. Dec. 9 1920.
Mary Sands Cain (1846 - 1923)*
John Nicholas Cain (1876 - 1949)*
Laura Cain Bartholomew (1883 - 1924)*
Saint Pauls Cemetery
New York, USA
Created by: Christos Christou
Record added: Sep 07, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 116720451