Mrs. Patrick Martin died at her home in Louisville last Sunday morning at 9 o'clock, after a lingering illness of over two years,
Her maiden name was Bridget Condlin, and the only surviving member of her father's family is Andrew Condlin,
of Waddington where she was born 64 years ago on November 1. 1836. 
During a long term of married life she lived in he neighboring town of Louisville. Besides her husband she leaves one daughter,
Julia A., and two sons, Darius and Albert, to mourn her loss. She was a woman possessing all the Christian virtues, 
and in every capacity of life, as maiden, wife or mother, her part was performed well. Her afflicted family have the sympathy
of a large circle of friends in their great loss. 
The funeral was held on Tuesday, December 11, at 9 o'clock at her last residence, and a 11 o'clock at the Catholic church in Louisville,
where the internment took place.
A touching sermon was preached by Father Stevens. He referred to the long life of usefulness lived by the deceased, 
to her sterling virtues, and to the great loss felt by her family. He dwelt on the uncertainty of life,
and the great necessity of being always prepared.
A large concourse of people followed the remains to the grave, testifying to the respect of the community for the deceased and her sorrowing family.
Provided by William Lenney []