|Death: ||Feb. 11, 1914|
New York, USA
Lucy M. Dingman age 65 years, 8 months, 10 days. Died from Cardiac Failure.
AMSTERDAM EVENING RECORDER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1914.
Mrs. Nicholas Dingman (Lucy) died at her home in Fort Plain Wednesday evening. During the day Mrs. Dingman had been working at the home of Andrew Dunn and left there at 5 o'clock for her home. She stopped at the home of Mrs. Allen Fredericks on Reid Street and told Mrs. Fredericks she did not feel well and must rest. She was made comfortable and was given restoratives after which she said she felt much better and started for her home, only a short distance away. She arrived there safely, but her condition was such that Dr. Charles E. Slater was called. Before the physician could get to the Dingman home she passed away. Coroner Willis Simons of St. Johnsville was called into consultation with Dr. Slater and the cause of her death was diagnosed as heart failure from which she had been a sufferer for some time. She was about 56 years of age and had been a resident of Fort Plain nearly all her life. Besides her husband she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Thomas Lantry of Kingston; one son, Menzo Smith of Fort Plain also two sisters, Mrs. Menzo Ehle and Mrs. Henry Sutherland, both of Fort Plain.
Lucy and Nicholas were married in 1868.
Mrs. Dingman's mother was Susan Quackenbush, she died in 1893 in Utica, N.Y, at the age of 68 yrs.
Nicholas Dingman (____ - 1914)
Fort Plain Cemetery
New York, USA
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