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From: Chris Hendrickson <>
Subject: [Bklyn] Brooklyn Standard Union - Dec 4, 1906
Date: Sat, 11 May 2002 20:40:39 -0400
Brooklyn Standard Union - Dec 4, 1906
Deaths - continues
Charles KOFFER, who died on Sunday at the Brooklyn Hospital, was an old
resident of Staten Island. He was in his forty-eighth year and lived a
t 157 Broad street, Stapleton. The remains were taken to his late
homer, where funeral services will be hold to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Patrick CLEARY, an old resident of the Sixth War, died last night at his
home, 52 Cheever place. He was born in Ireland thirty-nine years ago,
and was a member of St. Peter's Church, Hicks and Warren streets. He is
survived by two brothers. A requiem mass will be celebrated on Thursday
morning at 9 o'clock at St. Peter's Church, and the interment will be
made at Holy Cross Cemetery.
Phebe J. DRISCOLL
Phebe J. DRISCOLL died yesterday afternoon at her home, 56 Dobbin
street. She had been ill for a long time. She was born seventy-one
years ago and had lived in Greenpoint for twenty-five years. Her
husband, two married daughters and six grandchildren survived her. The
funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon, the Rev.
Joseph KEEVIL officiating. Interment will be made at Mt. Olivet
Cemetery under the direction of Undertaker William L. RUSSELL.
John MCENIFF, who died suddenly on Saturday afternoon at the
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Mass., was an old resident of
Brooklyn. Mr. MCENIFF was a weigher by occupation and had traveled
______ (next two lines to light to read). He was born in Ireland
fifty-eight years ago, and for twenty years resided in Brooklyn. He
______ of the Church of the ____ Star of the "Sea", Court and Luquer
streets. He was a widower and is survived by two sons and one
daughter. To-morrow morning at 10 o'clock the funeral will take place
from his late home, 120 Third place. Interment at St/ John's Cemetery.
John F DOUGHERTY
John F DOUGHERTY, husband of Mary and brother of Catharine DOUGHERTY,
died yesterday at his home, 31 Flint street. The funeral will be held
Thursday morning from the Church of the Assumption. Undertaker F HARPER
& Co., of 46 York street, have charge of the arrangements.
James E. CAREY
The members of the G.K. Warren Post No 286, G.A.R., assembled at the
undertaking parlors of William F. CUNNINGHAM, 158 Duffield street, on
Sunday evening to pay their last tribute to respect to the memory of
their late comrade, James E. CAREY, who died on Friday night after a
brief illness. The remains were interred in the G.K. Warren plot at
Evergreen Cemetery yesterday. Commander Robert FIRGAR, assisted by he
officers, conducted the funeral services.
Conrad GUTGESELL died suddenly yesterday at his home, 119 St. Mark's
place, aged 73 years. Funeral services will be held at his late home
to-morrow night. The remains will be shipped to Poughkeepsie Thursday,
where interment will take place in Rural Cemetery. Undertaker Edwin
BAYHA, of 219 Atlantic avenue, has charge of the funeral arrangements.
Transcribed by Chris Hendrickson
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