Transcribed from the Andover News, December 1, 1912.
[MRS. BYRON PATTEN]
[Mrs. Anna Kilbane Patten] died at her home south of this village, Saturday, December, 7th, 1912. Mrs. [Patten] was born in County Maoye, Ireland, in 1835, and came to America at the age of twenty-eight years, in company with her husband. For fifty-eight years she had been a resident of this town.
[Mrs. Patten] leaves three daughters, Mrs. Michael Cannon, Of Hartsville, Mrs. E.C. Henry, of Hornell, Mrs. John Guinn, of Andover, one son, John Patten, who resides at the family home. She also has a brother, [John Kilbane], of Andover, and a sister Mrs. Katherine McCaffrey, living in Ireland.
Funeral services were home at the Blessed Sacrament Church Tuesday morning with burial in St. [John’s] Cemetery.
[Transcriber's note: The obituary as published shows the name as "Mrs. Anna Kilban Patton". We have changed "Kilban" to "Kilbane" and "Patton" to "Patten" since that is how the listings for St. John's Cemetery show those names. ]