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FRANCIS G. FOLEY

[Welland Telegraph, 7 November 1913]

Buffalo, N.Y., Nov. 3-Francis G. Foley, forty-two years old, native for thirty-five years resident of Welland, where he was for some time compositor on the Welland Telegraph, died Saturday night, November 1, at is home here, No. 21 Vary Street having an illness of one year of tuberculosis. After leaving Welland seven year ago he came to Buffalo, where he worked as compositor on the Buffalo Express, which position he was forced to abandon one year ago and for several months since then has been in the Buffalo General Hospital.

Deceased was born in Welland on September 10, 1871, and was educated in the public school. His parents were Mary Foley, formerly McMahon, and the late John Foley. The late Mr. Foley is survived by his brother, Leo Foley of Buffalo, and two sisters, Mrs. James Neelon and Mrs. B. Bill, also of Buffalo. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning, Nov. 4, from the home of his sister, Mrs. James Neelon, at 21 Vary street, at 8.30 o’clock, and one hour later from St. Columba’s Catholic Church, the Rev. Father James Noonan, rector, officiating at burial services. Interment was at Holy Cross cemetery, Buffalo.

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