Link to Distant Cousins
Obits - NJ - 1900 - Mrs. Mary Winifred Hollywood
Mary Winifred, wife of Matthew Hollywood of Washington street, died on Friday, aged 66 years. Mrs. Hollywood had been ailing for
the past six months. The funeral was held on Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock, when solemn high mass was celebrated, Rev. James Reynolds,
of Red Bank, Rev. B. T. O'Connell of Perth Amboy, Rev. B. W. Carey of Carteret, Rev. Joseph A. Ryan of Bernardsville, Rev. Father Cody of
Newark, Rev. J. Griffin of Woodbridge and Rev. J. F. Brady of South Amboy were present and took part in the service. Miss Annie Dore sang
two solos and Dr. P.P. Rafferty sang "Calvary." The pall bearers were John Hearn, George Steele, John Kearny, Thomas Norman, Thomas
Mooney and Peter Lang. The body was buried in Mount Olivet cemetery at Headden's Corner.
Mrs. Hollywood was born in Dublin, Ireland. When a young woman she came to New York. She was married in 1858 and in 1860 she
moved to Red Bank, and she had lived in Red Bank ever since. She was a prominent member of St. James's church and had a great many
friends in town.
Besides her husband seven children survive her. They are M. L. Hollywood, Matthew Hollywood, and Miss Mildred Hollywood, all of
whom live at home; Sister Perpetua of Perth Amboy, A.J. Hollywood of Newark, C. L. Hollywood of New York and Mrs. M. F. Lynch of Holyoke,
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Sep 19, 1900
Some additional excellent resources for your research are:
Thank you for visiting our site.
Please do come back again.
And remember, we are all Distant Cousins