Carrie E. Lehman
Carrie E. Lehman
Carrie E. Lehman
(1885 - 1942)
circa 1908
Provided by: Marji Kehoe


Obituary - "The Evening Leader" - Monday, Feb. 16, 1942
MRS. CARRIE BRICKLEY
            The following Corning relatives attended the funeral Saturday at Williamsport, Pa., of Mrs. Carrie Brickley who died Tuesday at her home there: Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hammond, Mr. & Mrs. David Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. LeVere Lehman. Mrs. Brickley was the eldest sister of Everett Lehman, 24 East Pulteney street.

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Bill Brickley
Wilson Beal "Bill" Brickley
(1888 - 1984)
Provided by: Marji Kehoe

(Newspaper clipping)

From an email by Marji Kehoe (March 31, 2011):
Wilson B. Brickley,
Strander, Retires

            Wilson B. Brickley, of 1262 Park Avenue, concluded 41 years of service as a strander with Bethlehem Steel Co. here when he retired June 19. He started his service with the firm in 1917.
            At the time of his retirement, Mr. Brickley was the oldest employee in the plant in years of service.
            Born at Howard RD, Mr. Brickley came to this city at the age of 27. Mr. Brickley's wife, the former Carrie Lehman, died several years ago.
            He has a stepdaughter, Mrs. Ralph Bastian, whom he plans to visit in San Diego, Calif., soon.
            Mr. Brickley's retirement plans at the present include enjoying his home and working in his vegetable and rose gardens.

Wilson and Carrie Brickley's Grave
Carrie E. Lehman
(1885 - 1942)
Wilson Beal "Bill" Brickley
(1888 - 1984)
Bellevue Cemetery
Avis, Clinton Co., PA.
Provided by Dave Lombard



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