William Jock, 60, a farmer of the south part of Fort Covington died suddenly last Thursday at Sodus, N. Y. from a shock he had suffered earlier in the day.He was working in a canning factory there when he was taken ill.He had only returned to Sodus the previous Sunday after spending a short time at home here. The body was brought here on Friday and funeral services were conducted from St. Mary's Church, Brushton, Monday morning at ten o'clock with interment in the Brushton cemetery. Mr. Jock was born on February 14, 1883, a son of the late Oliver and Mary Jock.Among those who knew him best, he was highly regarded and enjoyed a wide circle of friends. Surviving are, his wife, Mrs. Lucy Belle Jock; five children, Mrs. Frank Mayville, Bombay; Pfc. Elmer Jock, on active duty in Sicily; Elwin Jock, Hartford, Conn.; Arthur Jock, Malone, and Mrs. George Taylor of South Bombay; two brothers, Clarence, of Moira, and Thomas, of Fort Covington. He also leaves seven grandchildren.
this appeared in the Fort Covington Sun of Fort Covington, NY on Thursday, November 18, 1943.