M. Lillian Pratt KinzelDied at her home in Rochester, N.Y., Wednesday morning, May 2, 1900, after an illness of five days. She had been ill with Grippe about two weeks before this. A new cold was contracted and pneumonia set in with plural complication. It took a severe hold at first. The conditions grew worse until Wednesday morning, when she passed away.
She was the eldest daughter of A. W. and Martha Pratt, of Williamson, N.Y., and her Youth was passed there. She was born October 20, 1869, and reached the age of 30 years, 6 months, and 12 days.
August 12, 1897, she was married to George Kinzel, of Rochester, N.Y., and went there to reside. She leaves her husband and one son, Donald, together with her parents and two brothers, Clarence R. and Arthur Pratt.
She was beloved by all who knew her and leaves besides her relatives a host of friends to mourn her loss.
She was an active member of Calvary Presbyterian Church, or Rochester, N.Y., and a teacher in the Sunday School, also president of the Junior Christian Endeavor Local Union.
She was an active member of the Rochester Art Club, also teacher of drawing at the Mechanics\' Institute, the Rochester Art Club, the Session and Trustees of Calvary Presbyterian Church, the Sabbath school and Christian Endeavor Society of Calvary Church, the West Brighton Christian Society, the African Methodist Episcopal Junior Christian Endeavor, and the Rochester Junior Local Union of Christian Endeavor.