|Ethel Lillian Prindle|
|Death: ||Jan. 24, 1954|
— Mrs. Ethel Lillian
Prindle, 67, of 69 Cortland
Street, was found dead under
the railroad trestle leading to the
Rindge Coal Dock in Hubbard
Avenue a,t about 11 a,, m. yesterday.
Coroner Leslie T. Kinney of
Norwich has withheld his verdict,
and he and District Attorney
David F. Lee, Jr. and Norwich
Police Chief Harold O. Mattice
are still investigating the death.
Two young children of Mr. and
Mrs. Wilfred Wilbur, 11 Hubbard Avenue, discovered the
body and told their father. He
ran to the police station about a
block away, and Chief Mattice
Immediately started to investigate.
Although it appeared the death
may be due to exposure, District
Attorney Lee and Chief Mattice
questioned a man last night who
had been seen with Mrs. Prindle
on Saturday night
Also, clothing and other possible evidence nave been sent to
the State Police Laboratory near
Albany. There had been no report to the police that Mrs. Prindle was missing or failed to return Saturday night.
The body was found in a threesided cement room-like support
of the railroad trestle.
It was moved to the Chenango
Memorial Hospital where an
autopsy was performed by Dr.
H. Lvnn Wilson and Dr. Robert
Stone, under the authority of
Mrs. Prindle was a native of
Surviving are her husband, Arthur H. Prindle, a son, Arthur H.
Prindle, Jr., both of Norwich; a
daughter, Mrs., Angelo J. Garito
of Frankfort; a sister, Mrs. E. P.
Prindle of Norwich; a brother,
Frank Mclntyre of Norwich; two
grandchildren and several nieces,
nephews and cousins.
Funeral services will be held at
the Fahy Funeral Home at 2
p. m. Wednesday.
The Rev. Thomas G. Swales,
pastor of Broad Street Methodist
Church, will officiate.
Burial will be in the Mount
Hope Cemetery at a later date.
Friends may call at the funeral
home from 7 to 9 p. m. today and
from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. tomorrow.
Mount Hope Cemetery
New York, USA
Created by: Kurt Riegel
Record added: Jan 08, 2013
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