Rev. David C. Hughes, 77, father of Governor Charles Evans Hughes, died at the executive mansion in Albany following a stroke of apoplexy. He was pastor of the Glens Falls Baptist Church in that city where the governor was born.
Patrick, infant son of Patrick Herlihy of Glens Falls, fell into a pail of boiling water and died of the burns he received. Only the child's arms were scalded but convulsions followed.
James Glassbrook, 52, died Dec. 14, 1909 at his home in West Stony Creek. He leaves a widow and several step-children. Burial was in the VanAuken Cemetery,
Anson Sylvester Palmer, 56, was born May 2, 1853 in Warrensburgh and died of pneumonia and other complications on Dec. 15, 1909 at the home of his nephew, James Palmer of Bolton. He was buried in the Bolton Cemetery.
Susan N. Pasco, 80, a native of Thurman who had lived in Warrensburgh for 27 years, died Dec. 18, 1909 at her home on First St. She had been an invalid for many years. The cause of death was bronchial pneumonia. Her only surviving children are Dell and Edith Pasco and Anna Metcalf. She was buried in the Warrensburgh Cemetery.
Jessie L. Parker of Chestertown died at Friends Lake on Christmas night. He was buried in an Albany Cemetery.