ANDREW FEENEY


New Hampton Tribune May 31, 1922 ('22 Lawler papers were burned)

AN OLD POINEER DIES AT LAWLER

MR. ANDREW FEENEY PASSED AWAY MONDAY AT AGE OF EIGHTY-THREE YEARS, SUFFERED PARALYTIC STROKE

Andrew Feeney, one of the pioneer residents of Chickasaw County, passed away at his home near Lawler, Monday, May 29th, at 4 o'clock in the morning. He had been ill since sometime near Christmas and suffered a paralytic stroke about a week before his death and grew weaker until his death.

His funeral will be held this morning at 9 o'clock from the home to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel church in Lawler and interment will be made in the cemetery beside the church.

The deceased, Andrew Feeney, was one of the splendid citizens of this county. He came here at an early day and his life has been one of honest toil and patient efforts all his life. He was always held in highest esteem by everyone who knew him and tho he lived to the ripe old age of nearly eighty-three years, his departure leaves relatives and friends in deepest sorrow.

Sympathy is extended to them in this hour of their trouble.


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