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August 3, 2001
James M. Mahoney, 87, passed away Thursday, August 2, 2001 at Rome Hospital after a long illness. He was born in Rome on August 3, 1919, a son of the late Martin H. & Mary E. Tanner Mahoney. Jim married the former Alice F. Murphy, who passed away October 1, 1993. He retired in 1978 from Revere Copper & Brass. Surviving are a daughter, Jean Mahoney, Rome, a son, James F. Mahoney, Pennsylvania, five grandchildren, and several great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a brother, Willard Mahoney, and a sister, Katherine L. Pfendler. Funeral will be held on Saturday at 9 am at St. Peter's Church. Interment in St. Mary's Cemetery.
Mahoney, Mary Elizabeth Tanner
Rome - Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Mahoney, 58, died June 7, 1948, at her home, 206 N. James. She had been in failing health two years. She was born in Altmar on Mar. 10, 1890, daughter of Timothy and Louise Garrow Tanner. A resident of Rome for the past 50 years, she was married here in 1911 to Martin H. Mahoney, who survives. She was of the Methodist faith. Besides her husband she leaves a sister, Mrs. John F. Doyle and a daughter, Miss Leona Catherine Mahoney, both of Rome, two sons, James M. of Hatch's Corners, and Willard M. Belleville, Ill, and two grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2:30 pm tomorrow from Griffin & Aldrige with burial in Rome Cemetery.
Mowers, Emogene Schaller
March 30, 2000
Emogene S. Mowers, 82, of Rome, passed away Tuesday, March 28, 2000, at SUNY Health Science center, Syracuse, following a brief illness. She was born September 8, 1917, in Stanwix, a daughter of Maximillian and Leila Tanner Schaller. Emogene was a 1935 graduate of Rome Free Academy. On May 23, 1941, in Oneida, she married Charles Mowers. She was a parishioner of St. John's the Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Emogene is survived by her beloved husband of 58 years, Charles, her son and daughter-in-law, Charles and Donna Mowers of Bald Knob, AR., her daughter and son-in-law, Kathleen and Gerald Glass of Clinton, her brother and sister-in-law, Warren and Isabelle Schaller of Westmoreland, her sister and brother-in-law, Leila and Ray Whitman of Rome, seven cherished grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. Emogene was preceded in death by four of her brothers, Maxwell, Thomas "Fritz", Melvin, and Kenneth. Burial in Stanwix Cemetery.
Mulvihill, Catherine Coffey
December 17, 1886
Catherine Mulvehill, wife of C F. Mulvehill, died at her home on Jay Street, Monday. The family have resided in this city about four months. They came from Kasoag, Owsego County. Besides her husband the deceased leave six children.
March 26, 1915
Charles F. Mulvihill in his 74th. year, died at his home, 301 Williams Street, at 9:30 o'clock this forenoon as the result of complications. He had been in failing health for the past two or three years and had been confined to his home during the winter months, but was able to be about the house a part of each day. Mr. Mulvihill was born in Albion on May 20, 1841 and his young life was spent there. On August 6, 1862, at Williamstown, he enlisted in Company B 119th Regiment, New York Volunteers and served in the Civil War until August 28, 1865, when he was discharged. A short time after leaving the army he was married to Miss Katherine Coffey of Albion. Six children were born of this union all of whom are living. They are: Mrs. L. B. Houtz of Ill., Miss May Mulvihill of Chicago, Edward C. of Los Angeles, Cal., William F. of Chiago, Richard of Goodrich, Idaho, and Daniel Mulvihill of Brakton, Mass. His first wife died several years ago and in 1887 he was married to Mrs. Harriet A. Mullen of New York Mills who survivies. Mr. Mulvihill first came to this city to make his home here about 30 years ago. He afterwards removed to Syracuse and 20 years ago came back here to reside. For a number of years Mr. Mulvihill held the position of janitor in the Jay Street School and filled these duties in a very satisfactory manner. Last fall his health failing he was given a one year's vacation in hope he would get well. He was a member of Skillin Post No. 47, GAR. Mr. Mulvihill was a well known and highly respected resident of this city and had many friends who held him in high esteem.