post standard aug 11, 1975
CORTLAND - Miss Katherine Murray, 89, of 51 Port Watson St. died Sunday at a local nursing home following a"
short illness. Services Wednesday at H. Patrick McEvoy and Bush Funeral Home and St. Mary's Church. Burial St. Mary's Cemetery. Surviving are three nephews,Louis, Emil and John Morris, all of Cortland; four nieces, Mrs. Stuart Rhoades and Mrs. Burton Airhart, both of Cortland, Mrs. Donald Robinson of Florida and Mrs. Arthur Menapace of Honolulu, Hawaii
Born in Cortland, she was the daughter of Daniel and
Margaret Finney Murray. had been employed by Wickwire Bros. Corp. until her retiremcnt several years ago.
Miss Murray was a past president of American Legion
Auxiliary 489 ;member of the Altar-Rosary Society of St;
Mary's Church, the Catholic Daughters of America, the
Knights of Columbus auxiliary, the Legion of Mary, St. Anthony's Guild, World'War I Barracks Auxiliary and the St
MRS. MARY ANN LEE dec 30, 1966 herald journal
CORTLAND — Mrs. Mary Ann Lee. 83, of 14 Maple Ave., died Thursday afternoon atMemorial Hospital.
Services will be at 8:30 a.m.Monday at McEvoy Sons Funeral
Home in St.Mary's Church. in-St. Mary's Cemetery.
.She is survived by a sister. Miss Katherine Murray of
Cortland; and several nephewsand nieces, including
Lewis and Emil Morris ofCortland, John Morris of
M c G r a w; Mrs. MarionRhoads of Cortland; Mrs.Agnes Robinson of Florida;Mrs. Alice Mehapace of Hawaii,
and Mrs. Isabel Airhart of Cortland.She was born in England
and was a member of St.Mary's Altar and Rosary Society,
ladies auxiliary and AmerieM Legi0n