Obit: Malamphy, Mary (1865 - 1935)

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Surnames: Malamphy, Cronin, Fina, Finn, Clark, Weber

----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 21 Nov. 1935

Malamphy, Mary (27 July 1865 - 20 Nov. 1935)

Mrs. Mary Malamphy, long an invalid, died at her home on South Hewett Street, Neillsville, at 5:30 a.m. today (Wednesday), Nov. 20. She had reached the age of 70 on the 27th of last July.

Mary Cronin was born in County Cork, Ireland. When a year and a half old she came with her parents to Chciago and her early life was spent there. One of her earliest recollections was the great fire in that city. Later her people moved to Lyndon, Wis. here she married to Patrick Malmphy, in 1891. They lived at Lyndon, Camp Douglas and Valley Junction, and 38 years ago came to reside in Neillsville, Mr. Malamphy being in those years employed as section man on the railroad. He died about 8 years ago.

Six years ago, Mrs. Malamphy fell and broken her hip joint, and since then never recovered her full strength. A short time a heart trouble developed, which caused her death. During all of her illness her daughter, Nellie was her faithful attendant, assited by her son Dan and her granddaughter Genevieve.

Besides there she leaves another, son Ed who lives at Draper, Wis. Three sons are deceased: Charles, John and William. Besides Genevieve she leaves two other granddaughters and a grandson. She leaves also a sister, Mrs. David Finn of Elroy, who with Miss Clara Finn Clark Hayden and Nora Clark all of Elroy and Gilbert Finn of Minneapolis are here to attend the funeral. This is planned to b held Saturday morning at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Rev. P. Weber officiating.



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