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  • ID: I17693
  • Name: Fanny Bradner FAULKNER
  • Surname: Faulkner
  • Given Name: Fanny Bradner
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 7 Aug 1825 in Dansville,Steuben,NY
  • Death: 31 Oct 1875 in Dansville,Livingston,NY
  • _UID: 843A1ED53D900848AB8486BA6CA7EADA140C
  • Note:
    Rochester, Monroe, NY
    Democrat & Chronicle
    Nov. 1, 1875

    WILLIAMS - In this city, on Sunday morning, October 31st, Fanny B., wife of
    John C. WILLIAMS and daughter of Hon. James FAULKNER.
    -The remains will be taken to Dansville for interment.


    Fanny BRADNER, wife of John C. WILLIAMS of Dansville, daughter of Hon. James
    FAULKNER, and sister of Judge S. D. FAULKNER and Assemblyman James FAULKNER,
    jr., of Livingston county, died at number 6 Atkinson street, in this city,
    yesterday morning, of pulmonary consumption. Mrs. WILLIAMS has been an
    invalid for many years, and was residing here temporarily in order to secure
    the services of a skillful physician. Mrs. WILLIAMS was an estimable lady,
    beloved by all who knew her. The funeral will be held at Dansville.
  • Change Date: 7 Jan 2010 at 00:00:00

    Father: James FAULKNER b: 21 Jan 1790 in Cambridge,Washington,NY
    Mother: Minerva HAMMOND b: 2 Oct 1795 in Bath,Steuben,NY

    Marriage 1 John C WILLIAMS b: 6 Jun 1820 in Phelps,Ontario,NY
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