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Tippery, Lucinda (Caveny) died 1891


Posted By: LA (email)
Date: 4/18/2015 at 11:54:32

Mrs. A. Tippery died at her home in New Albin Monday, at 1:00 o'clock, p.m. of consumption. She had been confined to her bed for about five months and began to fail from the first till Monday when she was called to her eternal home. Services were held in the M.E. Church, Rev. Wyatt preaching the funeral sermon, after which she was laid to rest in the cemetery west of town.

Lansing Mirror 3 July 1891 P 3


Added by S. Ferrall, 4/18/15:
This is Lucinda Caveny wife of Amos Tippery. The Woodmansee book shows her burial in St. Joseph's cemetery, west of New Albin, and that there is "no marker". Although not unheard of, it is unlikely that she is buried in a Catholic cemetery (services were in the M.E. church). Amos and Lucinda were from Houston co., MN prior to moving to New Albin and can be found on census records in Houston co. She may be buried in Minn. Interested researchers should verify.

Amos Tippery was in the civil war, serving with Co K, 11th MN Inf. He died in New Albin on April 28, 1917 and is buried in Rushford Lutheran cemetery, Fillmore Co., MN


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