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 Daniel Albert Cony

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Daniel Albert Cony

Birth
Old Town, Penobscot County, Maine, USA
Death
23 Jul 1892 (aged 55)
Augusta, Kennebec County, Maine, USA
Burial
Augusta, Kennebec County, Maine, USA
Plot
1-63W
Memorial ID
58327139 View Source

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Daniel was a son of Samuel Cony & Mercy Hannah Sewall.

He was married on 6 Nov 1873 at Augusta, Kennebec County, Maine to Mary Caroline Jones.


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HON. DANIEL A. CONY

Boston Journal (Boston, Massachusetts), Saturday,

July 23, 1892, page 9

Hon. Daniel A. Cony of Augusta, Me., died today after an illness of several months, of heart disease. He was the second son of Hon. Samuel Cony, the war Governor of Maine, and was born May 3, 1837. He served in the Common Council and Board of Alderman; was a member of the Board of Assessors, and was Mayor in 1873. On the death of his father he was chosen a Director of the First National Bank, of which he was President for several years preceding his death. He did an extensive business as a hay and grain merchant. He was married to Miss Mary Jones, daughter of a prominent leather dealer of Boston. He leaves a daughter and a son. Mr. Cony was a brother-in-law of Hon. Joseph H. Manley.

[submitted 16 Feb 2018 by Arnold Corkins #47177958]

*
Daniel was a son of Samuel Cony & Mercy Hannah Sewall.

He was married on 6 Nov 1873 at Augusta, Kennebec County, Maine to Mary Caroline Jones.


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HON. DANIEL A. CONY

Boston Journal (Boston, Massachusetts), Saturday,

July 23, 1892, page 9

Hon. Daniel A. Cony of Augusta, Me., died today after an illness of several months, of heart disease. He was the second son of Hon. Samuel Cony, the war Governor of Maine, and was born May 3, 1837. He served in the Common Council and Board of Alderman; was a member of the Board of Assessors, and was Mayor in 1873. On the death of his father he was chosen a Director of the First National Bank, of which he was President for several years preceding his death. He did an extensive business as a hay and grain merchant. He was married to Miss Mary Jones, daughter of a prominent leather dealer of Boston. He leaves a daughter and a son. Mr. Cony was a brother-in-law of Hon. Joseph H. Manley.

[submitted 16 Feb 2018 by Arnold Corkins #47177958]


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DANIEL A. CONY,
MAY 3, 1837,
JULY 23, 1892.


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