EDWARD C. AMBROSE
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Edward Ambrose, 79, retired railr | road worker, who died suddehly in .his yard Saturday morning just east of the city limits, was buried
Monday afternoon from the Nei¬ decker funeral home on Adams street.
Rev. A. J. P. Reid, of the Trin¬ ity Methodist' church, officiated at the services and the J. A. Nei¬ decker company directed the inter¬ ment in Lakeview cemetery.
Mr. AmMose had been ill for several months. He was employed, by the New York Central Railroad company until the time of his re- tirement several years ago.
Born July 31, 1860, in Winches¬ ter, Virginia, he was a son of Jacob and Mary Touchstone Ambrose. At the time of his death he was 78 years, nine months, and 26 days of age. v --,-.' ; '.v ¦—-
He was a bachelor and lived with relatives at his home* near the trestle. He had no immediate rel¬ atives, but a number of nephews and nieces survive. C^Jt/^3^f
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