Rutland Daily Herald Tuesday April 3, 1901
Miss Mary A. Conlon died at her home No. 146 Granger street, about 7 o'clock last evening after a week's sickness with pneumonia. She was born in Ireland 70 years ago and had been a resident of this country for about 50 years. She came to this city from Pittsburg, Pa about 30 years ago and for the last 11 years had been an occupant of the house in which she died. She is survived by one sister Mrs.Nora Hayes of Pittsburg, Pa. The funeral will be held at St. Peter's church tomorrow morning at o'clock and the burial will be at West Rutland.
The funeral of Miss Mary A Conlin who died at her home on Granger street Monday evening was held at St. Peter's church yesterday morning at 9 o'clock, Rev. T. J. Gaffney, officiating. The bearers were J.J. Canty, F.H.Davine, M.Lloyd, P.H.Conlin, John Conlin and W. H. Conlin. The burial was at West Rutland and Rev. T.R.Carty of that place officiated at the grave.
Her parents are believed to be Patrick Conlon 7/10/1824 - 6/26/1886 and Margaret Gavin 3/5/1836 - 12/30/1900
Stones in the lot say:
Bridget born 1839 parish of Kilmaely Co.Clare Ireland , 8-9-1883
erected by Mary
Michael died 6/10/1871, parish of Kilaely, Co. Clare Ireland, 72 years 8 months.