Newspaper Clippings for
4 January 1894
We regret to learn that Miss Irene Kennedy, daughter of George H.
Kennedy, died at the home of her parents on Monday last and was laid at
rest in the cemetery at Hickory, on Wednesday. The News extends
sympathy to the family and friends of the deceased.
18 January 1894
Millburn Mutual Insurance Co.
It was voted by the members at annual meeting to accept risks in
incorporated villages where buildings were the proper distance apart.
Officers elected for 1894: President, John K. Pollock; Secretary,
John A. Thain; Treasurer, Wm J. White; Directors, David Welch, Wm.
Thompson, Howard Mason.
John A. Thain, Sec.
Millburn, Jan. 8, 1894
loose obituary clipping, source unknown 26 January 1894
George Emerson Thayer Dies
George Emerson Thayer was buried last Sunday. The services were held in
the Church which was scarcely large enough to contain those attending. After a
long, painful illness due to the bursting of a blood vessel in the brain, it
was found necessary to trephine him, and this critical operation was performed
only to disclose a general inflammation, which baffled skill to reduce. He
was 37 years old, the youngest son and had spent his entire life at home.
Related to many, dearly loved by those who knew him best, esteemed by his
fellows, he will be sadly missed. Pastor Harris delivered tile funeral
sermon. Text "One is not" Gen. 42:13.
Many had hoped that George Thayer's life might be saved through the
eminent skill of specialists, but the disease was of a serious nature from
the beginning and there seemed to be no help. His death touches a large
circle of relatives and friends. The family have the sympathy of the entire