Note: A startling sudden death took place at Waterloo on Friday last of Nathan Uttley, well known to many of our readers. Deceased was engaged as a fireman at the woollen mills and had gone down to work as was his custom, about 5 o'clock - taking his breakfast with him. An attack of rheumatism had incapacitated him for a few days last week, but otherwise he was in good health. While lifting a shovelful of coal he fell over. His assistant hurriedly called his son, who was about the mill. Together they carried him out but he expired in a few minutes; death was due to heart failure. Deceased was a native of Norfolk, England and had lived in Waterloo for the past 22 years, being employed at the woollen mills the whole of that period. Previous to that he had lived in Elmira for some years, being a brother of the late Jonathan Uttley. He is survived by a widow and ten children. The funeral took place on Sunday after and was attended by a number of Elmira relatives. [The Elmira Advertiser, Nov-5, 1903]
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