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Mrs T. Frank MULLIN (nee Clare FOY) d 12 Dec 1933
Posted by: Walton Sullivan (ID *****2165) Date: March 02, 2009 at 06:14:10
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This info provided by my cousin Joan KNIGHT SESSO;

MRS.T.FRANK MULLIN IS DEAD IN PHILADELPHIA BODY OF FORMER RESIDENT OF PITTSTON WILL BE BROUGHT TO THIS CITY FOR FUNERAL.Scranton friends of Mrs.T.Frank MULLIN ,formerly of Pittston,but in more recent years a resident of PHILADELPHIA were stunned by the news of Mrs MULLIN's death which occured last night at the MULLIN home on Locust Street PHILADELPHIA. Mrs MULLIN was stricken on Thanksgiving eve. Mrs. MULLIN was a daughter of Mr.and Mrs John H. FOY,natives of Scranton,who made their home in Pittston for years where Mr.FOY held various business ventures ,including the Alphine knitting mills and the Delahunty machine works. Mrs FOY died some years ago. Surviving Mrs MULLIN are her husband, a former Pittston bank executive and one daughter Jane. Her father, Mrs Joseph A. LOFTUS of 829 North Webster Avenue this city , a sister and Frank M.FOY a brother of Cleveland Ohio also survives. The body is to be brought to Scranton . The funeral to take place from the LOFTUS residence at a time to be announced later. Mrs MULLIN was a graduate of St.Johns high school, Pittston.
Scranton Times Thursday Dec.14 1933 page 37

The funeral of Mrs T. Frank MULLIN of PHILADELPHIA, will be tomorrow morning from the home of her father John H. FOY of 829 North Webster avenue,this city .A high mass of requiem will be sung in St. Peters Cathedral interment Cathedral cemetery. Scranton Times friday december 15 1933 page 25

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