|Death: ||Dec. 28, 1898|
New York, USA
Syracuse Herald: In this city, December 28, 1898, Mrs. Mary David, aged 65 years. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Frederic B. Parker and Libbie Nanette David, also one son, Charles A. David, all of this city.
She has gone from her home, from her kindred departed;
The chain that had bound her fair spirit is broken.
The final farewell has been mournfully spoken.
And long shall her children for her absence be weeping.
Who now in you cuold, silent tomb lies sleeping.
She has gone to her rest, to her kindred departed,
No more shall her dear ones in this sojourn of Sorrow,
Shall the sweet voice of mother e'er welcome the morrow.
We miss her kind, her willing hand, her fond and earnest care.
How dark is life around us! What is home without her there?
Mrs. Dayid was widely known among readers of the DEMOCRAT being a life long resident of Pulaski up to her removal to Syracuse six years ago.
During her younger days she was a member of the Congregational church choir. Later in life she joined St. James Episcopal church of which she was a member at the time of her death and in whose choir she sang many years.
Source: The Pulaski Democrat, 1898
Abram David (____ - 1872)
Mary E. David Parker (1861 - 1949)*
Elizabeth Nanette David (1862 - 1940)*
Charles A. David (1864 - 1939)*
Note: Wife of Abram David
Pulaski Village Cemetery
New York, USA
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Record added: Nov 02, 2006
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