Fonda Family Genealogy

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  • ID: ind04426
  • Name: Alfred GRADY
  • Given Name: Alfred
  • Surname: Grady
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: JUL 1848 in New York
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  • Death: 27 DEC 1909
  • Age: 61y 5m in Buffalo, NY
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  • Burial: Machpelah Cemetery, Le Roy, Genesse Co., NY
  • Note: b. NY; 1900 US Federal Census, Buffalo, Erie Co., NY; d. Buffalo, NY; bur. Machpelah Cemetery, Le Roy, Genesse Co., NY; [Walk Through Snow Too Much; He Drops Dead - The severe snow storm that struck Buffalo yesterday morning was partially responsible for the death of Alfred Grady, a carpenter, who lives at No. 390 Rhode Island Street. Grady was employed at the Buffalo Dry Dock Company, and left his home early yesterday morning for his work. The storm was at its height when he alighted from an Elk Street car at Elk and Michigan streets. The distance from that point to the shipyard is more than a mile. Grady plowed through the banks of snow and buffeted the storm that had assumed all its fury near the waterfront. When he arrived at the carpenter shop he was gasping for breath. He stumbled to his bench and died a few minutes later from exhaustion. Deputy Medical Examiner Howland ascribed his death to heart disease, superinduced by over-exertion. Buffalo NY Courier, Tuesday, December 28, 1909]; [Grady - Suddenly, in this city, December 27, 1909, Alfred Grady, beloved husband of H. Eleanor Fonda. Funeral from the family residence, No. 390 Rhode Island Street, Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Friends are invited to attend. Burial at the convenience of the family. Buffalo Courier. Tuesday, December 28, 1909.] >> <<

    Marriage 1 Hester Eleanor FONDA b: 19 OCT 1864 in Le Roy, Genesee Co., NY
    • Married: 14 MAR 1888 in Le Roy, Genesee Co., NY
    • Note: [Genesee - Alfred Grady and bride, who were this week married at Le Roy, have removed to Rochester, where they will reside. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Saturday, March 17, 1888]
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