New York Obituaries - June 4, 1918

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New York Times, Tuesday, June 4, 1918, Page 13

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Lieut. Guy Norman Dead.

He Resigned from Rhode Island Senate to Enter War

Newport, R. I., June 3 - LieutenantGuy Norman, U.S.N., former member of the Rhode Island Senate, died today at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, following an operation. He was in his forty-ninth year. Lieutenant Norman was prominent socially here, and had been a member of the New York Stock Exchange. At the beginnning of the war he was the first member of the Senate to resign his seat. Mrs. Norman and her daughter, Mrs. Elliot Cowdin Bacon of New York, were at the hospital when Lieutenant Norman died.

Lieut. E. Bull Dies at Sea

Yale Graduate a Victim of Pneumonia on His Way to France

Port Chester, New York, June 3 - Lieutenant Ebenezer Bull, U. S. R., died from pneumonia on board an American transport when six days at sea on his way to France, according to word which reached his uncle, William R. Bull of Irving Avenue, today. Lieutenant Bull was in his twenty-eighth year, and before entering the army had been a representative of the American Beet Sugar Company at Denver.

Benjamin C. Chapin Dies

Actor Noted for His Portrayals of Lincoln Expires in Liberty, N.Y.

Benjamin Chester Chapin, known to thousands of playgoers for his portrayal of Abraham Lincoln in vaudeville, on the legitimate stage, and in motion pictures, is dead at the Loomis Santiarium at Liberty, N.Y., in his forty-third year. He first appeared in a Lincoln portrayal in vaudeville with a scetch called "A Day with Abraham Lincoln." Not long before his death he was working on an elaborate series of Lincoln sketches, which were to be produced under the direction of the Famous Players - Lasky Company.

Mr. Chapin bore a striking resemblance to President Lincoln, and his stage representation was almost perfect. He made an intimate study of the life of Lincoln, and delivered lectures on the Chautauqua circuits.

Peter Wilson Ostrander Dies at 88

Peter Wilson Ostrander, civil war veteran, lawyer, and the oldest living member of the bar of Kings County, died from apoplexy on Saturday at his residence, 12 Woodruff Avenue, Flatbush. He was in his eighty-ninth year. Mr. Ostrander was born in this city and was descended from Pieter Ostrander, who came here from Amsterdam in 1670. After graduating from Columbia College with the class of 1848 Mr. Ostrander was a tutor in the ColumbiaCollege Grammar School for two year. He was admitted to the New York bar in 1852, and practiced in this city and later in Brooklyn until past his eighty-fifth year.

Mr. Ostrander was one of the founders of the Brooklyn Yacht Club, of which he was President for several terms, and of the Republican Party. Mr. Ostrander was a member of the Fourteenth Regiment Veterans' Association and the Society of Old Brooklynites.

J. A. Connolly, Pioneer Shipbuilder

John Aloysius Connolly, a pioneer shipbuilder of Brooklyn, died at his residence, 99 Kent Street, Brooklyn, on Sunday. Mr. Connolly who was in his eighty-eighth year, had been engaged in the shipbuilding industry nearly all his lifetime. When 15 years old he apprenticed himself to the firm of Bishop & Simonson in Manhattan, and in 1852 he started in business in Greenpoint for himself. Mr. Connolly was the designer of many noted vessels of the last generation, among them the United States gunboats Seneca and the Chenango in the civil war, the steamboats Grand Republic, General Slocum, and Columbia. He is survived by three sons and three daughters.

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Ahearn - At Spring Valley, N.Y., Patrick, beloved husband of Mary, on June 1, a native of Moore Abbey, Tipperary, Ireland. Funeral from his late residence, 67 Flushing Av., Jamaica, on Tuesday, June 4, at 9 A.M.; thence to the Church of St. Mary, where a mass of requiem will be offered for the repose of his soul. Interment St. John's Cemetery.

Anderson - Suddenly, at Washington D. C., June 1, 1918, Mary Miner, widow of Charles Hill Anderson of Vineland, N.J. Funeral at Bridgeton, N.J., Wednesday, June 5, at 2:30 P.M.

Babcock - On Saturday, June 1, at his residence, 20 East 52d St., Henry denison, son of the late Samuel D. and Elizabeth C. Babcock, in the 71st year of his age. Funeral services at St. Thomas's Church, 5th Av. and 53d St., on Tuesday, June 4, at 10 o'clock. It is requested that no flowers be sent. Interment private.

Bacon - At Hempstead, N.Y., June 2, 1918, Thomas Hillman Bacon, husband of Gertrude P. Bacon. Funeral services from his late residence, Hempstead Av., Wednesday, June 5, 3:15 P.M. Interment private. Kindly omit flowers.

Baker - On June 3, 1918, at Roosevelt Hospital, James Barnes Baker, in his 57th year. Funeral service Wednesday, June 5, at 9 A.M., at the Church of the Heavenly Rest. Interment at Rahway, N.J.

Brandt - The Ohab Zedek Sisterhood announes with regret the sudden death of our sister, Sophie Brandt. Members are invited to attend the funeral today at 2 P.M. from her late residence, 108 West 111th St.

Brown - At Stamford, Conn., on Monday, June 3, 1918, John A. Brown, aged 81 years. Funeral services will be held at his late residence, 24 3d St., on Wednesday afternoon, at 3:30.

Carey - Joseph. Funeral from "The Funeral Church," Broadway, 68th St., (Frank Campbell's,) Tuesday, 9:30 A.M.

Condren - On June 3, Rose C. Condren, (nee Garrity,) beloved wife of Thomas F. Condren. Funeral from her home, 2,349 Davidson A., Bronx, on Thursday, June 6. Solemn requiem mass at St. Nicholas of Tolentine Church, Andrews Av., at 10 A.M. Woodmen and L. C. B. A. invited. Interment St. Raymond's.

Connolly - John A., in his 88th year, at his residence, 99 Kent St., Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Solemn requiem mass on Wednesday, June 5, at 9:30 A.M., St. Anthony's Church, Milton St.

Crowley - C. J. Brethren of Chancellor Walworth Lodge, 271, F. and A.M., are requested to attend the Masonic funeral services of our late brother at Grand View-on-Hudson, Tuesday, June 4, 3 P.M. Train leaves Jersey City 1:29.

Crowne - Thomas Paul, husband of Ada Huselton Crowne, on Monday, June 3, at his residence, 359 1st St., Brooklyn. Funeral services Wednesday morning, June 5, at 8 o'clock. Philadelphia papers please copy.

Dieterich - On Sunday, June 2, 1918, Jeannette A., daughter of the late Gustave and Pauline Dieterich. Funeral service at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 123d St., between Lenox and 7th Avs., Wednesday, June 5, at 11 A.M.

Donohue - On June 3, 1918, suddenly, at New York Hospital, of appendicitis, Elanor L. Donohue, beloved sister of Mrs. John O'Leary. Lying in state at The Funeral Church, (Campbell Building,) Broadway and 66th St. Notice of funeral hereafter.

Dougherty - Entered into rest on Sunday, June 2, Sarah Elizabeth Dougherty, in the 80th year of her age. Funeral services at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Delevan L. Pierson, 10 Elston Road, Upper Montclair, N.J., on Tuesday, June 4, at 5:30 P.M. Automobiles will meet trains leaving Erie Terminal, Jersey City, at 4:44 P.M., stopping at Upper Montclair by special arrangement.

Frankel - On Sunday, June 2, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Alfred Blumenthal, 2,802 Bayswater Av., Far Rockaway, Fannie Frankel in her 74th year, widow of David Frankel, and devoted gradmother of Jesse B. Perlman, Grace Guinxburg, and Alfred I. Blumenthal. Funeral services at Temple Rodeph Sholom, Lexington Av. and 63d St., on Tuesday, June 4, at 10:30 A.M. It is requested that no flowers be sent.

Frankel - After a short illness Max Frankel, beloved husband of Freda W. and father of Walter and Rosalinde, i his 54th year. Funeral from his late residence, 275 Central Park West, Wednesday, June 5, at 10 A.M. Member of King Solomon Lodge, F. and A.M., are invited to attend.

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Heyman - Samuel M., beloved husband of Mary and beloved son of the late Moses and Clara Heyman. Funeral services at Masonic Temple, 46 West 24th St., on Tuesay, June 4, at 2 P.M.

Jenks - At Bridgewater, Mass., on Saturday, June 1, 1918, William Johnson Jenks, beloved husband of the late Rebecca Hurlbut. Funeral Tuesday, June 4, 2 P.M., North Brookfield, Mass.

Jones - Bridget, (nee Drake,) suddenly on June 1, 1918, beloved wife of the late Patrick Jones, native of Carrickduff, Granard, County Longford, Ireland. Funeral from her late residence, 209 Dykeman St., on Wednesday, June 5, at 9:45 A.M., thence to Church of Good Shepherd, 207th St. and Broadway, where a requiem mass will be offered for the repose of her soul. Interment Calvary.

Jones - Suddenly, on Saturday, June 1, Bridget Jones, (nee Drake,) for twenty-seven years faithful servant and friend on the family of the late Mrs. Clifford A. Hand.

Lichtenstadter - Max, beloved husband of Julia and eldest son of the late Henry and Rose Lichtenstadter. Funeral at his late residence, 565 Van Cortlandt Park Av., Wednesday, June 5, at 2 P.M.

Lupfer - June 2, 1918, Gussie L. Lupfer, (nee Candee,) beloved wife of James W. Lupfer. Funeral services at her late residence, 335 West 20th St., Tuesday evening, 8:30.

McCaffrey - On June 3, at the home of her father, P. J. O'Connell, 1,512 Bedford Av., Brooklyn, Mrs. Mary J. McCaffrey. Requiem mass at St. Teresa Roman Catholic Church, at 9:30 A.M., Wednesday. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited.

Markowitz - On June 3, Frances, beloved wife of Joseph Markowitz, mother of Max, Louis, Mrs. Anne Mehrer, Mrs. J. Mandula, Augusta, Serena, Nathan, and Arnold. Funeral from her late residence, 3,675 Broadway, Wednesday, 2 P.M.

Meisler - Quietly passed away, June 3, Bessie, (nee Flax,) beloved wife of Samuel Meisler and mother of Bella, Elsie, Pauline, and Beatrice. Funeral from her late residence, 974 Prospect Av., Wednesday, 10 A.M. Kindly omit flowers.

Meyer - On Sunday, June 2, Florence Baird, wife of Herman Meyer. Funeral services at her late residence, 412 West 148th St., Tuesday, June 4, at 2:30 o'clock.

Pfeifer - On Monday, June 3, 1918, at St. John's Hospital, Brooklyn, after a lingering illness, in her 87th year, Rosaline, widow of George Pfeifer. Funeral services Wednesday, June 5, 2:30 P.M., at the parlors of George H. Kleges, 14 Pennsylvania Av., Brooklyn. Interment Cypress Hills Cemetery.

Phinney - Sunday, June 2, Walter Alonzo, son of Charles L. Phinney. Funeral services at his late residence, the Belgrade, 536 West 136th St., Tuesday evening, June 4, at 8:30 P.M.

Pillot - Gertrude Mercer, in the 10th year of her age, youngest daughter of Peter Stuyvesant and Gertrude Hubbard Pillot. Funeral private. Washington (D.C.) paper please copy.

Place - At New Rochelle, N.Y., on June 2, 1918, Annie M., widow of James K. Place. Funeral services at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. R. Condit Eddy, 185 Centre Av., New Rochelle, on Tuesday at 4 P.M.

Quick - At Yonkers, N.Y., on June 2, 1918, Susan, widow of the late S. Francis Quick. Funeral service at her late residence, 526 Warburton Av., Yonkers, Tuesday afternoon, June4, at 2:30 o'clock. Interment private.

Rooney - On Sunday, June 2, Mary F., sister of John E. Rooney and Sister Marie Lawrence, Sister of Charity. Funeral from her late residence, 100 East 83d St., on Wednesday, June 5, 9:30 A.M.; thence to Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, Park Av. and 84th St.

Rush - Joseph F., beloved husband of Elizabeth Tighe and son of Delia and the late Thomas J. Rush, at his residence, 71 East 90th St. Notice of funeral hereafter.

Schnieder - On June 1, George, aged 80 years and 2 months, beloved husband of Julia (nee Schilp) and father of Sr. Genovefa, O. S. F. Frank, Frederick W., Mrs. Julia and Christina Sormani, after a long illness. Funeral from his late residence, 374 Central Av., Brooklyn, Tuesday, June 4, at 9:30 A.M., thence to St. Barbara's Church, where a solemn requiem mass will be said. Interment calvary.

Shipman - In New Orleans, at his residence, 1,240 6th St., on Sunday, June 2, Raymond Gold Shipman, husband of Mary English Ives and son of the late Dr. J. S. and Anne Louise Shipman. Funeral services in New Orleans.

Smith - At East Orange, N.J., June 2, 1918, Sarah, widow of William A. Smith, aged 92 years. Funeral services at her late home, 68 North Grove St., Tuesday evening, June 4, at 8 o'clock.

Titus - On June 2, Julia Furman, widow of the late George H. Titus, mother of Arthur H. Titus and Jessie T. Mitchell. Funeral at 4 P.M. Tuesday at her home, 47 Union Place, Ridgefield Park, N.J.

Trench - On Saturday, June 1, accidentally drowned at Camp Petanawa, Canada, Sergeant Archer Robert Robinson Trench, Canadian Field Artillery, aged 32 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. le Pou Trench, New Brighton, S.I.

Trowbridge - On June 2, 1918, at Roosevelt Hospital, Professor C. C. Trowbridge, Sc. D. Funeral services on Tuesday, June 4, at 10:30 A.M., at St. Paul's Chapel, Columbia University. Interment at Evergreen Cemetery, New Haven, Conn., on arrival of the 1 o'clock train from New York.

Weiller - Monday, June 3, Daniel Weiller, beloved husband of Minnie C. Weiller, in his 58th year. Funeral services at chapel of Salem Field Cemetery, (Cypress Hills,) Wednesday morning, 11 o'clock.

Williams - Bessie Gunn, wife of Cyrus Williams, at 141 St Mark's Place, St. George, Staten Island, on Saturday evening, June 1. Funeral on Tuesday, June 4, at 2 P.M., from the above address. Toronto papers please copy.

Baker - John F., 596 West 178th St., June 1.

Beckhardt - Otillie, Hotel Ansonia, June 1, aged 88.

Burke - John, 888 East 187th St., June 2. Funeral today, 10 A.M.

Butterly - Catherine, 495 3d Av., June 2. Funeral tomorrow.

Canfield - Gertrude, 370 West 29th St., June 1. Funeral tomorrow, 9:30 A.M.

Carney - George, 237 East 124th St., June 2.

Castanon - Jesusa, 33 East 38th St., June 1.

Charles - Patrick, 310 East 46th St., June 1. Funeral today, 8:45 A.M.

Chirdle - Nellie, 339 East 125th St., June 1.

Cockburn - Jane C., 4,179 White Plains Av., Bronx, June 2. Funeral service tomorrow.

Cohn - Molly, 283 East Houston St., June 1, aged 91.

Cole - Edward, 343 East 65th St., June 1.

Coon - William, 437 West 30th St., June 2, aged 15.

Dehr - Henry, June 2, aged 46. Funeral service, 2,343 8th Av., today.

Devlin - John, 320 9th Av., June 2, aged 55.

Diffley - Nellie, 216 East 45th St., June 2. Funeral tomorrow 9:30 A.M.

Doerr - Charles, 1,560 Inwood Av., Bronx, June 2, aged 82. Funeral today, 1 P.M.

Feldman - Isaac, 534 East 175th St., June 1.

Flynn - William H., 295 West 150th St., June 1.

Goff - Joseph J., 2,595 8th Av., June 2. Funeral today, 2 P.M.

Goldberg - Anna, 97 Avenue A, June 1, aged 47.

Golding - Thomas, 451 East 185th St., June 1. Funeral today, 10 A.M.

Goldstein - Morris B., 3 West 116th St., June 1, aged 53.

Gussensein - Ludwig, 1,422 Madison Av., June 1, aged 38.

Hanrahan - Michael, 525 West 131st St., June 2.

Huckemeyer - Elizabeth, 1,025 1st Av., June 1, aged 52.

Hyatt - Mary A., 213 East 70th St., June 2, aged 18. Funeral today, 10 A.M.

Jessup - Richard, 460 West 149th St., June 1.

Lennon - Thomas J., Sr., June 1, aged 74. Funeral 118th St. and St. Nicholas Av.

Looney - Norah, 85 West 97th St., June 1. Funeral today, 10 A.M.

McKeon - Annie, 309 West 54th St., June 1. Funeral today, 10 A.M.

Maleckie - Pauline, 389 1st Av., June 2, aged 10.

Mann - Frieda, 190 Henry St., June 2.

Marmovica - Barney, 24 West End Av., June 1, aged 9.

Martin - Ida St. C., 92 Morningside Av., June 2. Funeral tomorrow, 9:30 A.M.

Meyler - James G., 215 West 23d St., June 1, aged 37.

Munker - Theresa, 602 West 48th St., June 2, aged 64.

Murray - Catherine, 214 West 82d St., June 2. Funeral today, 9:30 A.M.

Platkin - Solomon, 143 West 111th St., June 1, aged 82.

Pond - Harriet, 201 West 72d St., June 2. Funeral private.

Ritterman - Morris, 53 Rutgers St., June 1.

Rubin - Vita, 103 West 100th St., June 1, aged 67

Ruderer - Elizabeth, 236 East 21st St., June 2, aged 45.

Sackrowitz - Samuel, 54 East 116th St., June 2, afed 47.

Scacolossi - Louisa, 1,106 1st Av., June 1, aged 30.

Schlein - Louisa, 1,106 1st Av., June 2, aged 11.

Schwand - William, 4 Rivington St., June 1, aged 25.

Schwartz - Yetta, 73 Rivington St., June 1, aged 39.

Seaman - Mary, 331 10th Av., June 2. Guneral today, 9 A.M.

Simone - Josephine, 179 Allen St., June 2.

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Smith - Edward, 1,162 3d Av., June 1. Funeral today.

Sperling - Rose, 441 Houston St., June 2.

Stein - John, 350 East 20th St., June 2, aged 43.

Stolike - Edward, 211 East 80th Sr., June 2, aged 55.

Walter - Madeline, 426 East 77th St., June 1.

Wiley - Jacob, 347 West 49th St., June 2. Funeral tomorrow, 8:30 A.M.

Williams - James P., 174 St. Nichols Av., June 2, aged 73.

Wisk - Frederick, 463 Pearl St., June 2, aged 63 (possibly 83).

Wundermann - Julius H., 172 West 86th St., June 2, aged 80. Funeral today, 2:30 P.M.

Wych - Frederick, 63 Madison St., June 2. Funeral tomorrow, 1 P.M.


Andersen - Florence A., 266 President St., June 1, aged 5.

Berges - Morris, 498 East 7th St., June 3. Funeral tomorrow, 1 P.M.

Bohlmann - Frederick, 479 10th St., June 1. Funeral services today.

Bracken - Cornelius M., 466 14th St., June 1. Funeral tomorrow, 9 A.M.

Brinkman - William A., 977 Putnam Av., June 2, aged 46. Funeral today, 2 P.M.

Clark - Timothy M., Long Island College Hospital, June 1, aged 35. Funeral tomorrow, 9 A.M.

Cleary - Thomas, 318 Parkville Av., June 1, aged 60. Funeral today, 2 P.M.

Crouch - William T., 50 Greene Av., June 2, aged 78. Funeral service today.

Duffy - Julia, 75 North Elliott Place, June 1. Funeral today, 9 A.M.

Duffy - Lillian E., 333 Epsilon Place, June 2. Funeral tomorrow, 2 P.M.

Fitzgerald - John, 111 Vanderbilt Av., June 2. Funeral tomorrow.

Gindes - Morris, 1,586 Eastern Parkway, June 1, aged 63.

Girling - Frederick, 267 15th St., June 1. Funeral today, 2 P.M.

Graham - Patrick, 270 Van Brunt St., June 2, aged 73. Funeral today, 9:30 A.M.

Haug - Adolf, 247 Sumner Av., June 2. Funeral private.

Henkel - Henry W., 83 5th Av., June 2, aged 27. Funeral today, 2:30 P.M.

Holmes - Alfred ?, 261 Monroe St., June 2, aged 79. Funeral private.

Johnson - Andrew, 6,905 Ridge Boulevard, June 1, aged 73. Funeral today, 2 P.M.

Lamb - Elizabeth T., 82 Ryerson St., June 2, aged 56.

McCormack - Katherine, 96 Stockton St., June 2. Funeral today, 8:30 A.M.

McDonough - Patrick, 231 Spencer St., June 1. Funeral today, 9 A.M..

Marvin - James, 199 Richards St., June 1, aged 65. Funeral today, 2 P.M.

Merritt - Cynthia B., 452 Herkimer St., June 2, aged 81.

Meyer - Rosa E., 717 Prospect Place, June 1, aged 51. Funeral tomorrow, 2 P.M.

O'Brien - Patrick F., Long Island College Hospital, June 2, aged 43. Funeral today, 2 P.M.

Olson - Lucy A., 203 Quicy St., June 1.

Oltmanns - Alderich A., 865 4th Av., June 2, aged 63. Funeral today, 2 P.M.

Quinn - Peter, 178 Fulton St., June 2, aged 60.

Raymond - Helen G., 802 Knickerbocker Av., June 1, aged 81. Funeral today.

Rogers - John, 548 62d St., June 1. Funeral today, 9:30 A.M.

Schiller - Henry, 29 Cumberland St., June 2, aged 55. Funeral today, 2:30 P.M.

Schlichtnine - Henry, 9,217 Foster Av., June 2, aged 44. Funeral tomorrow, 2 P.M.

Schneider - Louis A., 1,670 Myrtle Av., June 1, aged 17. Funeral tomorrow.

Steiwer - Fred H., Kings County Hospital, June 2, aged 14. Funeral today, 2 P.M.

Timmermann - Rebecca C., 449 Harman St., June 1, aged 62. Funeral tomorrow, 2 P.M.

Toomey - Alice, 440 16th St., June 3. Funeral notice later today.

Weinrod - Sarah, 596 Dumont Av., June 2, aged 19.

Long Island

Bonner - Susan M., Lynbrook, June 2, aged 59.

Gitter - Elizabeth, Union Course, June 2. Funeral today, 9:30 A.M.

Hoag - Sara E., Manhasset, June 2, aged 77. Funeral today, 2:30 P.M.

Iringer - Walter G., Elmhurst, June 2. Funeral private.

Parker - Kathryn, Juntington, June 1, aged 20.

Peycke - Henry, Whitestone, June 1, aged 50. Funeral today, 2 P.M.

Rieber - Charlotte, Glendale, June 1, aged 75 Funeral June 6.

Spier - Louiss, Glendale, June 3, aged 49. Funeral today, 2 P.M.

Smith - Georgina M., Union Course, June 2, aged 18. Funeral service today.

Trostel - Bertha W., Woodhaven, June 1. Funeral tomorrow.

In Memoriam

Clark - In loving memory of John Craig Clark, entered into rest June 4, 1908.

Hill - In loving memory of William Edwin Hill, beloved husband of Alice I. Hill. Mass will be said on Friday, June 7, atHoly Trinity Church, Mamaroneck, N.Y.

Keating - Maud Scott, (Mrs. Cletus Keating,) died June 5, 1917. Anniversary mass will be said Wednesday, 8 A.M., at Holy Trinity Church, West 82d St.

James Barnes Baker

Prominent New York Architect Dies

James Barnes Baker, a prominent architect, with offices at 156 Fifth Avenie, this city, died yesterday at Roosevelt Hospital in his fifty-fifth year. Mr. Baker, who was unmarried, lived in Englewood, N.J. He was the architect for the New York Chamber of Commerce, the Hanover National Bank, and other buildings in this city and elsewhere.

Mr. Baker was a member of the American Institute of Architects, the Architectural League, and the New York Chamber of Commerce. His clubs were the Century and University. he was born in Elizabeth, N.J. in 1804, a son of Henry M. Baker and Susan Barnes Baker, and was graduated from Lafayette College.

Obituary Notes

Former Mayor Samuel J. Raub of Belvidere, N.J., is dead at his home in that place.

Bernard J. McCormack, a veteran of the Spanish-American War, died on Sunday in the Orange Memorial Hospital at Orange, N.J.

Frank Morris, 66 years old, an insurance broker, died at his home, 443 Forty-ninth Street, South Brooklyn, from heart disease.

George R. Brown, 70 years old, for four terms Alderman of the Twenty-first Ward, died on Saturday at his home, 524 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn.

Thomas H. Bacon, 74 years old, for thrity-five years the Secretary of the Agricultural Society of Nassau and Queens Counties, died at his home in Hempstead on Sunday.

Anthony Fairchild, formerly a member of the old furniture manufacturing firm of Moore & Co., died on Saturday at his home, 594 Sterling Place, Brooklyn, aged 86 years.

The Rve. Matthew Johnston, a retired Baptist minister, died yesterday at his home in Sea Cliff, L. I., in his eighty-second year. He was born in Ireland, but had lived in the United States for more than fifty years.

William T. Crouch, a veteran of the civil war and long employed in the Department of Water Supply, Gas, and Electricity, died on Sunday at his home, 50 Greene Avenue, Brooklyn, in his seventy-eighth year.

Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Dougherty, formerly for nearly eighty years a resident of Brooklyn, died at the home of her daughter in Upper Montclair, N.J., on Sunday. She was the widow of Horace F. Dougherty.

Patrick Ahearn, a retired farmer of Jamaica, L.I., where he was an extensive property holder, died at his summer home in Spring Valley, N.Y., of apoplexy on Saturday. Mr. Ahearn was in his sixty-ninth year.

Mrs. Mary J. McCaffrey, wife of Daniel J. McCaffrey, who is in the wholesale umbrella business in Brooklyn, died yesterday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. O'Connell, at 1,512 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn.

Frederick Bohlmann, for twenty-five years Superintendent of the Luckenbach Towing and Transportation Company and well-known in shipping circles along the Atlantic Coast, dies on Saturday at his home,, 470 Tenth Street, Brooklyn. Mr. Bohlmann was 69 years old.

Mrs. Helen Gillette Raymond, widow of William P. Raymond and descended from French Huguenot stock who settled in Connecticut in the seventeenth century, died in her eighty-first year on Saturday at the home of her daughter, 862 Knickerbocker Avenue, Brooklyn.

John Fitzgerald, who was retired as a chief boatswain in 1901 after thrity-one years in the United States Navy, died at his home, 111 Vanderbilt Avenue, Brooklyn, on Sunday. Mr. Fitzgerald served in the navy throughout the civil war, but re-enlisted time after time, and up to the time of his retirement had received six medals from the Navy Department. He was 73 years old.

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