Name:   Cornelia Marlin (Beeman) Spindler

From:  The Allegany Citizen, Allegany, New York
Date:  Thursday, March 9, 1933

Mrs. Cornelia Beeman Spindler, wife of Charles Spindler of the Four Mile, passed away last week Thursday morning, following a short illness.

Mrs. Spindler was taken ill February 21, while attending the funeral of her son, Clyde Spindler. She was removed to the Mountain Clinic, Olean the day before she succumbed.

Surviving, besides her husband, are two daughters, Miss Hazel Spindler, at home, and Mrs. George Louser, Allegany, one son, Claude, at home, one brother, Fred Beeman of Friendship, and two grandchildren.

The funeral was held from the home on the Four Mile at eight o'clock Monday morning and at nine o'clock at St. Bonaventure church. Rev. Bonaventure McIntyre, O. F. M., pastor, was celebrant of the solemn requiem high mass with the Rev. Mr. John Powers, deacon, and Rev. Mr. George Pollard, sub deacon. Commital prayers at St. Bonaventure cemetery were offered by the Rev. Donald Hoag, O. F. M.

The pallbearers were Jacob Geise, Frank Martiny, George Stephan, Elmer Stephan and Jacob Gallets. Friends and relatives present from out of town included Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beeman, Friendship; John Spindler, Mrs. Rose Murty, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spindler, Miss Josephine Spindler, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Spindler, George Derkiss, Bradford; Mrs. Teresa Lang, Batavia; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Martiny, Detroit, and many friends and relatives from Olean and vicinity.