1945 Dec 17 Syracuse New York Journal Obit

The Funeral for William C Mettlach, 76, a veteran of Auburns 1st Volunteer Fire Department

who died Saturday night will be held at 9 A.M. tomorrow in the home, 10 Grove av. and at

9:30 A.M. in St Alphonsus Church. Burial will be in Fort Hill Cemetery. William worked as

a steamfitter for Smith and Pearson Inc. He was a communicant of St Alphonsus Church and a

member of the Holy Name Society. He also was a member of Auburn Tent 125, Maccabees.

Surviving are his wife Mrs. Mildred Mettlach, a daughter; Mrs. Thomas Long, Syracuse;

three brothers Charles and Theodore Mettlach, Auburn, and Alexander Mettlach of Westfield,

NJ.; two sisters, Mrs. Samuel Armstrong and Mrs. Charles Hornung, Westfield and several

nieces and nephews.


1946 Nov 2 Syracuse New York Journal Obit

Mrs. Mildred Rhodes Mettlach, a life resident of the Second Ward, died today in her home

10 Grove av. She was a communicant of St Alphonsus Church and a member of the Court Auburn,

Catholic Daughters of America and the Ladies Auxiliary of the Maccabees. Surviving are a

daughter Mrs. Thomas Long, Syracuse, and two sisters Mrs. Grace Reynolds, Wolcoll and Mrs.

Bert Roberts, Syracuse.


1955 Feb 1 Syracuse New York Journal Obit

Services for Mrs. Margaret Mahon Mettloch, 87, wife of Charles H Mettloch of 16 Grove av,

who died yesterday after a long illness, will be at 8:30 A.M. Thursday in Avery E Neagles

Funeral Home and 9:00 A.M. in Holy Family Church. Burial will be at St Joseph’s Cemetery.

Born in England Mrs. Mettlach came to Auburn at the age of 14 years. She was a communicant

of Holy Family Church and a member of its Rosary and Sacred Heart Society. Surviving besides

her husband, Alexander Mettlach of Erie and John E Mettlach of Auburn, two daughters Mrs.

Paul C Graney of Utica and Mrs Earl L Hamilton of Auburn; eight grandchildren and 19 great-






1902 Feb 8 MATLOCK- On Thursday, at his residence, 1 Middagh, John N Matlock in the 64th

year of his age. Relatives and friend are invited to attend the funeral services at the

Sands St Memorial M E Church, corner Clark and Henry Sts, at 8 o’clock Saturday evening.

(Brooklyn Daily Eagle)




1824 Jan 07 Yesterday at Bay Side, near Flushing L.L. White Matlack died at the aged of 80,

one of the most firm and decided Whigs of the Revolution; a man of strict integrity, of a

feeling and benevolent heart, and never known through so long a life to have deserted his

friend in the time of adversity. (The National Advocate, Wednesday, January 07, 1824; col D)


1835 On Thursday morning, in the 56th year of her age, Mrs. Anny Matlack, relict of the Late

Capt White Matlack. Her relations and friends are respectfully invited to attend her funeral

tomorrow (Friday) afternoon at 4 o'clock, from the residence of her sister Mrs. Walden, 181

Broadway, without further invitation. (New-York Spectator, (New York, NY) Monday, March 23,

1835; col G)


1836 On the 31st ult. Mr. Samuel T Matlack in the 53rd year of his age. Funeral this afternoon

at 4 o'clock from No 37 Malden Lane. (New-York Spectator, (New York, NY) Monday, June 06, 1836;

col G)



Timothy Matlock died Aug 5 1845 New York City NY (The New York Genealogical and Biographical

Record (quarterly-1932) - Extracts )







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