Lawrence Martin Convery

Submitted by Dan Convery

Notes for Lawrence Martin Convery:
The 1910 Butler Directory by R. L. Polk & Co., lists Lawrence Martin CONVERY's occupation as Motorman and his residence being at 120 Kittanning.

Lawrence Martin CONVERY's occupations:
FEB 1903 - laborer
APR 1904 - farmer
OCT 1905 - motorman
- source: Butler County Courthouse, Birth Records, book 3

Butler County Courthouse Records: Book 3 - Marriages A to C, page 186: Lawrence CONVERY to Adaline BALDAUF. Issued 4 SEP 1899 - vol 12, page 297

Lawrence Convery was a co-witness to the codicil to the will of his father- in-law, John W. Baldauf.

Lawrence M. Convery, aged 42, a former motorman for the Butler Passenger Railway company, died Tuesday morning, February 9 at his home three and a half miles east of Butler. The deceased was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Convery of Summit township. A member of St. Mary's Catholic church at Herman; of the Loyal Order of Moose and of the Knights of St. George. He is survived by his widow, who was Miss Adeline Baldauf and five children: Adeline, Carlotta [sp], John, Lawrence and Paul, all at home. He is also survived by two sisters and five brothers; Sister Augusta [sp] and Sister Charles, both in the Ursuline convent at Louisville, Ky., Frank Convery of Tarentum, Joseph and Albert [sp] Convery, both of Colorado, and John and Charles Convery, whose place of residence is unknown.
source: Obituary, Butler County Citizen, 10 FEB 1915, page 3

Lawrence M. Convery, aged 42 years, died on Tuesday at his home in Summit Township. The deceased was a former resident of Butler and for a number of years was employed by the Butler Passenger Railway Co. as a motorman and freight agent. Recently his health failed and he went to Colorado with his family, in the hope of gaining relief, but later returned and went to live near Herman. His widow, nee Adeline Baldauf, survives him with five children. Mr. Convery was a member of the Catholic Church.
source: name of newspaper unknown

Date of death is listed as 3 Feb 1915 in other records.

Buried at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Summit Township, L. R. 10033 North of Herman, Butler, PA.
source: Butler County cemetery inventory, Vol 4

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