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Olive Braisted, 89, of Silver Bay, Lake George, died Nov. 28, 1909 in Hague.

George Allen, 73, a veteran of the Civil War whose home was formerly in Greenwich, Washington County, died Thursday, Nov. 18, 1909 of pneumonia at the Trimble Hotel (on Main St. across from the Judd Bridge), Warrensburgh. A prayer was offered by Rev. Richard Abbott as he was buried in the soldier's plot at the Warrensburgh Cemetery.

Charles W. Tabor, 76 years, died Nov. 29, 1909 of terminal pneumonia. He had lived in Warrensburgh for 57 years and when he died he was nearly blind. Burial was in the Warrensburgh Cemetery.

George Brown, 50, of Stony Creek, section boss on the D&H railroad there, died Dec. 1, 1909 after a brief illness of heart trouble. He leaves behind a large family.

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