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Pearson Mundy

Birth
Pennsylvania, USA
Death
15 Jan 1885 (aged 67)
Watertown, Jefferson County, New York, USA
Burial
Watertown, Jefferson County, New York, USA
Memorial ID
84626212 View Source

The funeral of the late Pearson Mundy
took place from the family residence at 2 P.
M, Sunday, Notwithstanding the severe
storm which was raging. The house was filled
with the friends of the deceased, including
Attorney General O'Brien, Judge Walts,
County Treasurer Seaver. Joseph Mullin
W. F. Porter, G. D. Consaul, V. S. Hubbard,
E J. Clark, Drs. H. G. P. Spencer
and J. M. Crawe and many others. Rev-
R. A. Olin, was the officiating clergyman
and the exercises were conducted under the
impressive ceremonies of the order of
Knights Templars. The lesson was from I
Corinthians, xv. 20.
The display of floral tributes was very
large and beautiful. Two handsome pillows
one bearing the word "Father" and, the
other "Grandfather," in blue violets, stood
at the head of the casket. At the foot was
a beautiful wreath of ivy with a Maltese
cross raised, from the centre, a tribute from
the Knights, while beyond it stood a large
cross of ivy leaves and lilies from Hon. R.
P. Flower and family; a wreath of choice
flowers on a Standard from Mrs. Judge
Schley; a sickle and sheaf from Mrs. Howell
Cooper; a wreath of ivy and lilies of the
valley from Mrs. A. R. Flower; a wreath
from the Misses Cadwell; a wreath of violets
and palms from Mrs. Halsey, nee Keep.
The remains were interred in Brookside
cemetery, the last ceremonies taking place
in the Keep memorial chapel
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The funeral of the late Pearson Mundy
took place from the family residence at 2 P.
M, Sunday, Notwithstanding the severe
storm which was raging. The house was filled
with the friends of the deceased, including
Attorney General O'Brien, Judge Walts,
County Treasurer Seaver. Joseph Mullin
W. F. Porter, G. D. Consaul, V. S. Hubbard,
E J. Clark, Drs. H. G. P. Spencer
and J. M. Crawe and many others. Rev-
R. A. Olin, was the officiating clergyman
and the exercises were conducted under the
impressive ceremonies of the order of
Knights Templars. The lesson was from I
Corinthians, xv. 20.
The display of floral tributes was very
large and beautiful. Two handsome pillows
one bearing the word "Father" and, the
other "Grandfather," in blue violets, stood
at the head of the casket. At the foot was
a beautiful wreath of ivy with a Maltese
cross raised, from the centre, a tribute from
the Knights, while beyond it stood a large
cross of ivy leaves and lilies from Hon. R.
P. Flower and family; a wreath of choice
flowers on a Standard from Mrs. Judge
Schley; a sickle and sheaf from Mrs. Howell
Cooper; a wreath of ivy and lilies of the
valley from Mrs. A. R. Flower; a wreath
from the Misses Cadwell; a wreath of violets
and palms from Mrs. Halsey, nee Keep.
The remains were interred in Brookside
cemetery, the last ceremonies taking place
in the Keep memorial chapel
http://news2.nnyln.net/watertown-re-union/search.html


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  • Created by: C. Rose
  • Added: 7 Feb 2012
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID: 84626212
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/84626212/pearson-mundy: accessed ), memorial page for Pearson Mundy (15 Aug 1817–15 Jan 1885), Find a Grave Memorial ID 84626212, citing Brookside Cemetery, Watertown, Jefferson County, New York, USA; Maintained by C. Rose (contributor 47329884).