The following is from the Indiana Evening Gazette, Indiana, Penna. Monday Dec. 9, 1935.
Mrs. Jessie Paterick. Funeral services for Mrs. Jessie Paterick, who died last Friday afternoon at her home in Hastings, Cambria County, were held this afternoon in the Hastings Methodist Episcopal Church with interment in the Union Cemetery at Hastings.
Mrs. Paterick, the widow of William Wilson Paterick, would have been 77 years old tomorrow. She was born in Scotland December 10, 1858.
Surviving are two sons; William Wilson Paterick, a teacher in the Beaver (pa) schools, and Adam Paterick, of Lilly, Cambria county; and seven daughters; Mrs. James Hunter, of Indiana; Mrs. Charles Heist of Patton, Cambria county; Mrs. S.C. Benson of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Mrs. E. E. Campbell of Hastings; Mrs. John Brazil of Hastings; Miss Jean Paterick, a teacher in the Patton schools, and Miss Eleanor Paterick, a teacher in the Hastings high school.
Altoona Mirror | Altoona, Pennsylvania | Tuesday, December 10, 1935 | Page 24
MRS. JESSIE (LEES) PATERICK
Outstanding resident of Hastings died at her home Friday afternoon.
She was aged 76 years, Mrs. Paterick was born in Coatbridge, Scotland,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lees, but spent many years
of her life in the town in which she died. She is survived by these
children: Mrs. James Hunter of Indiana, Mrs. Charles Heist of Patton,
Mrs. S. C. Benson of Brooklyn N. Y., Mrs. E. E. Campbell, Mrs.
John J. Brazil, Miss Eleanor Paterick and Miss Jean M. Paterick
of Hastings, Adam Paterick of Lilly and William Paterick of Beaverdale.
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