Name:   Richard Llewellyn Lounsbury

From:  The Wellsboro Agitator, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania
Date:  Wednesday, May 29, 1935

Richard Llewellyn Lounsbury, aged 57 years, well known Delmar citizen, died at his home Friday.  The funeral was held Monday afternoon at the Evans Funeral Home, Rev. H. H. Loughhead, pastor of the Stonyfork larger parish officiating; burial in the Wellsboro Cemetery.

Mr. Lounsbury had been ill only a few days, although he had been in poor health for the past several years.  He was born at Stokesdale, January 6, 1878, the son of Milton and Eliza Ives Lounsbury. On March 30, 1899, he married Miss Bertha Steele of Wellsboro.

They resided in Buffalo for ten years, where Mr. Lounsbury was employed by the New York Central Railroad, in charge of the freight yards.  He then bought a farm in Delmar, where he had since resided.  He was a member of the Wellsboro Methodist Church and the Middle Ridge Range.

He is survived by his widow; one daughter, Mrs. Clyde Darling of Delmar; one sister, Mrs. F. C. Boyden of Mainesburg; one brother, Homer Lounsbury of Colden, N.Y.; four grandchildren; Clyde Jr., Donald, Norma and Venetta May Darling, all of Delmar; an aunt, Mrs. Addie Cowden of Wellsboro; and several nieces and nephews.

Claude Ely, Samuel W. Lincoln, Otto Smithgall, Dana Campbell, James Roland and Harry Vandergrift were pallbearers.