Fair Haven Era
Funeral services for Mr. John O’Connell who died last Friday evening at his home on Pine St., after a five week illness were held at St. Mary’s church Monday morning.at 8 o’clock. Rev. PJ Long and JJ Dwyer officiated at the mass of requie. Mr. O’Connell was born in Canada.and has resided in town for the past six years on Pine St. Besides his wife is is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Coulman of Schenectady NY, Mrs. Daha and Mrs William Pratt of Hudson Falls NY, three sons, Dennis of Canada, Dan and John O’Connell of Hudson Falls NY, one half sister, Mrs. J. Gilrain of Fair Haven.
The internment was in St. Marys Cemetery on Washington St. and the pall bearers were Fred Moore, James Hickey, George Eaton, James Laramie, John Dutelle and Frank McDermott.
The Post Star, Tuesday, April 28, 1931
Mrs. Harriet O’Connell Langdon. 50, wife of Fred Langdon, died yesterday at her home on the Boulevard. Beside her husband she is survived by her father of Fair Haven, VT,; three sisters, Mrs. Fred Daha of Gloversville, Mrs. Thomas Coleman of Schenectady, Mrs. William Pratt of Watertown; three brothers, John O’Connell of Hudson Falls, Daniel O’Connell of Fort Edward and Dennis O’Connell of Therold, Canada. The deceased was a devout member of St. Mary’s church.