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Assitance needed

Posted: 960897600000
Classification: Query
Edited: 993266296000
Surnames: Bramsley, Penree
Seeking information on Charles and Jennie Bramsley.Jennie's maiden was Penree. She was living in Utica at the time of her death. 2-12-1920.Buried in Forest Hill Cemetary. Her obituary has her as Charles' widow. Have no idea when he died or where he is buried. Can anyone help me here ? Jennie had 2 daughters -Myrtle ( my great grandma ) and Bessie whom was an Osborne from Utica. Jennie had 3 brtohers Alfred,William and Melvin. Her parents names were Lorenzo and Arilla Penree.Who were from the Chadwicks and Little Falls area prior to moving to Utica.Can someone please help me ?

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The Syracuse Hearald
Syracuse, New York
Friday Evening
June 30, 1911
Page 20

LITTLE FALLS
Charles Bramsley Drops Dead With Heart Failure

Little Falls, June 30 - Charles B. Bramsley, employed at Adirondack Woolen Company, dropped dead at 7 o'clock this morning of heart trouble. He had just reported to the mill and had started to walk to the house where rags are sorted. He fell to the floor of the building and his fellow workmen were immediately at his side. He was dead and Coroner Smith was sent for. The body was sent to the Wilkie and Rollin Undertaking Room.
Mr. Bramsley was 50 years of age and is survived by a widow and two daughter, Myrtle and Bessie. They moved to Utica a year ago on account of the closing of the MacKinnon plant. Mr. Bramsley went up there nearly every week. He is also survived by one brother, Henry.

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Utica Herald Dispatch
Utica, New York
Friday Evening
June 30, 1911

LITTLE FALLS
DROPPED DEAD AT MAC KINNON MILL
CHARLES BRAMSLEY SUCCUMBED THIS MORNING
WAS INJURED IN UTICA
Fifteen Years Ago Mr. Bramsley Was Victim of a Railrod Accident

Little Falls, June 30
Charles Bramsley dropped dead at the MacKimmon mill this morning shortly after he had gone to work. Mr. Bramsley was employed as a rag sorter and started for the rag department when seized with the attack that ended in his death. Coroner Smith was called and after the remains had been viewed they were removed to the Wilkle and Rolling Undertaking establishment. Mr. Bramsley was 50 years old and was well known in this city. Fifteen years ago at Utica, while on an excursion of the local manufacturers, he met with an accident by which he lost a leg. He stepped from the excursion train and when getting back on again fell under the cars, which were in motion. Mr. Bramsley had been boarding lately at Walker's at 53 Lewis Street. His wife and two daughters are at present in Utica, having gone to that city shortly after the MacKinnon mill closed last fall. Mr. Bramsley visited his family at that city frequently and intended to spend the Fourth with them. One brother, Henry, survives besides the wife and daughters mentions. Coroner Smith is now investigating the case.

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Utica Daily Press
Utica, New York
Thursday Morning
March 7, 1907

Lorenzo Penree died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Charles Bramsley in the Mullen Flats on Mary Street in this city this morning. Mr. Penree was 76 years of age and had been a resident of this city for the past three years. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Charles Bramsley and Mrs. John Morton and four brothers, Alfred, Melvin, William of Utica and Edward of Albany. The funeral will be held from his late home Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev Mr M..... officiating and the remains will be interred in the Rural Grove Cemetery.
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