|Birth: ||Aug. 6, 1860|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Dec. 8, 1948|
The Bradford Era (Bradford, Pennsylvania) 1948 December 9
Clarence Baldwin of Derrick City Dies in Hospital
Clarence H. Baldwin died Wednesday night at 11 o'clock in Fairview Hospital after an illness of two months. He was admitted to the hospital last Sunday.
Born in Belvidere, N,. Y., Aug 6, 1860 Mr. Baldwin came to Bradford as a young man. He had been employed as a teamster in the local oil fields. He attended the West Branch United Brethren Church. He is survived by two sons, Percy and Arthur Baldwin of Bradford; three daughters, Mrs. Herbert Bolles, Derrick City Road, Mrs. William Cargill, Tuna, and Mrs. Ceylon France, Belfast, N. Y. four sisters, Mrs. Ella Bartholomew, Bradford, Mrs Etta Manry, Bradford, Mrs. Emma Corbett, Randolph, N. Y. , and Mrs. Mae Rosenberry, Allegany, N. Y. , 11 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
The body was removed to the Hollenbecki Funeral Chapel where services will be held at a time to be announced later. Arrangements are under the direction of Hollenbeck's.
The Bradford Era (Bradford, Pennsylvania) 1948 December 13
Funeral Services Conducted Here For C. Baldwin
Funeral services for Clarence Baldwin of Derrick City Road, who died on Wednesday, were held at the Hollenbeck Funeral Chapel, Saturday at 1 p. m. The Rev. Claude Grover, pastor of the Evangelical United Brethren Church officiated.
Flower and pallbearers, all nephews of Mr. Baldwin, were Henry and William Bartholomew, Clair, Donald and Harold Baldwin, and Harry Keller, Burial took place in the Red House Cemetery.
The Mizpah Sunday School Class of the EUB Church visited Hollenbeck's in a body Friday night.
Friends and relativesa from out-of-town who attended included Paul, Chris and Mrs. Emma Corbett, Randolph, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Rosenberry, Randolph; Mrts. Perarl Burgett, Mrs. Margaret Cole, Mrs. Hazel Bergamon and Miss Shirley Corbett, all of Olean; Mr. and Mrs. F. Staces and family of Onoville; Mr. and Mrs. Ceylon France, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Atherson, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Francis, Bellfast N. Y.
Note: Fairview Hospital was in Degolia, McKean, PA
Note: Three cemeteries were moved here due to the Kinzua Dam construction. Greenwood from Red House (451 graves); Stryker from Saw Mill run (21) and Moore from Bone Run (13)
Jennie E Proctor Baldwin (1868 - 1928)*
New York, USA
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