Obits - NJ - 1900 - Mrs. Fannie (Jeffrey) Covert

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Obits - NJ - 1900 - Mrs. Fannie (Jeffrey) Covert

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Mrs. Fannie Covert of Brooklyn, a former resident of Oakhurst, died suddenly last Thursday, aged forty years. She had been in poor health for several months. She was the daughter of William Stewart Jeffrey of Elberon and was twice married. Her first husband was Dr. Thomas L. Cook who died several years ago. By this union she had one daughter, Irene Leon, who died in infancy. Seven years ago Mrs. Cook married William M. Covert. The couple moved to Brooklyn where they have since lived. Mrs. Covert leaves three sisters and one brother. They are Mrs. J. C. Truax of Poplar; Mrs. Henry Woolley and Mrs. James R. Mount of West Long Branch, and W. S. Jeffrey Jr., of Seabright. The funeral was held at the house of Mrs. Covert's parents at Elberon on Sunday and the body was buried at West Long Branch.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Nov 14, 1900