The death of Mrs. Elizabeth Fleming Lock, wife of Charles A. Lock, which occurred Friday at the
family home in Second Street, cast a cloud of sorrow over a host of friends in this community
where Mrs. Lock had been in poor health for a number of years, but her final illness was only
of about ten days' duration.
Mrs. Lock was born in Redfield, November 19, 1866, daughter of the late Lewis and Nancy Fleming.
She was married December 21, 1889. They lived in Rome until 1901, and then came to Camden, where
they have since resided. She was the mother of two sons, Wilton C., who died in Camp Lee, Va.,
October 11, 1918 and Lewis Fleming, who lives at home. The son and husband survive.
The funeral was largely attended from the home at 2 p.m. Monday and was conducted by Rev. C. G.
Roop of the M. E. church. Floral tributes were profuse, mutely expressing the sorrow of friends
and the love and regard for the deceased. Bearers were Leland C. Scoville, Ford Clelland, Charles
F. Palmeter and Edmund T. Hornung, all American Legion members. Interment in the family lot in
Forest Park Cemetery.
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