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Subject: [Bklyn] Standard Union-March 10, 1931-Death
Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2002 17:21:23 -0500
Standard Union-March 10, 1931-Death
IDA A. JOHNSON died Sunday at Carmel, Cal., in her eighty-third year. She
was the eldest of six children of the late Egbert B. JOHNSON and Cardelia
HAIGHT, of Nyack, N.Y. Miss JOHNSON and Miss Josephine M. CULBERTSON were
graduated from Packer Institute in 1868, and since then had been
inseparable companions. Their home and studio, at 193 St. James place,
Brooklyn, was the local center of artists' activities until 1914, when they
located in the artists' colony at Carmel, Cal. Miss JOHNSON was an
instructress in Adelphi College seven years; a member of the choir of Dr.
DUDDINGTON'S Church for twenty years. she had a national reputation as a
teacher in Ceramics; was president of the National Ceramic Society four
years; had charge of the ceramic display at ST. Louis Fair and her
decorated china was awarded first prize at the Paris Exposition. She is
survived by a sister, Mr. F.A. WESTERVELT, curator of the JOHNSON Library
at Hackensack, N.J. and four brothers, E. Lewis JOHNSON, of the Fidelity
Trust Co., New York; Henry H. JOHNSON, for fifty years a member of the New
York Cotton Exchange and now of Glendale, Cal.; Bert W.C. JOHNSON, member
of Coton Exchange and Col. Elmer E. JOHNSON, of Middletown.
AMALIE NELSON died yesterday at her home, 550 Fifty-fifth street. She was
born in Sweden sixty-three years ago but had been a resident of Brooklyn
for the past forty years. She is survived by her husband, Thomas A.
NELSON; two sons, William and Alfred, and three daughters, Mrs. Esther
BLANEY, Mrs. Gertrude SEILER and Mrs. Edna FREY. Funeral services will be
conducted from her late home Thursday at 2 P.M., the Rev. C.J. BRUN
officiating. Interment at Evergreen Cemetery.
MARY JANE WHITE DWYER died yesterday at her home, 197 Huntington
street. She was born in the Visitation parish and was for fifteen years a
member of the Church ofSt. Mary Star of the Sea, where requiem mass will be
celebrated at 9:30 A.M., Thursday. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs.
Mary CAVANAGH, and a son, Frank DWYER. Interment will be at Holy Cross
EMIL G. LEISS died Monday at his home, 24 Autumn avenue, Cypress Hills. he
was born in New York City, Jan 3, 1866, and was employed as a baker. He is
survived by his wife, Theresa; one daughter, Mrs. Norbert VOGL; two sons,
August J. LEISS and Alex J. NOLL; six grandchildren, two brothers and one
sister in Germany. Funeral services will be held at his late home
Wednesday at 8 P.M. The Rev. HERVEY, pastor of the United Presbyterian
Church, officiating. Interment will take place at Cypress Hills Cemetery
under direction of Peter J. SCHNATZ, 570 Ridgewood avenue.
WILLIAM HERBERT died on Sunday at his home, 1376 Broadway. he was born in
New York City fifty-five years ago and was employed as an apartment
superintendent. He was a member of the P.J. HOELLERER Benevolent
Association. Mr. HERBERT is survived by his wife, Anna; his mother, Mary;
three brothers, Michael, John and Frank, and one sister, Margaret
MILLER. Funeral services will be held at his late home Wednesday at 2 P.
M. The Rev. Charles PERRINGER, pastor of the Church of Peace,
officiating. Interment will take place at Evergreen Cemetery under
direction of Peter J. SHNATZ, 570 Ridgewood avenue.
JOSEPH JOHN GEABELL died Sunday at his home, 149 Broadway. He is survived
by his father, John, and his mother, Mary BEABELL, and five brothers, and
three sisters. Funeral Wednesday morning with requiem mass at the Church
of the Epiphany at 10 O'clock. Interment at Calvary Cemetery under the
direction of John H. Woods, 93 Broadway.
LEWIS GOETZ, a clothing cutter, died Sunday in Mary Immaculate
Hospital. He was born in Brooklyn forty years ago, the son of Helen
GUNTHER and the late Peter GOETZ. He is survived by his widow, Henrietta
WIETERS GOETZ; two sons, William and Lewis; his mother, four brothers and
one sister. Funeral services at his home, 215-26 112th avenue, Queens
Village, tonight at 8 o'clock. Burial Wednesday at 2 P.M. at National
Cemetery, Cypress Hills, under direction of Andrew W. ZIRKEL, of 243
EMILY NOWAK, of 74-65 Sixty-fourth lane, Glendale, died Saturday. She was
born in Brooklyn twenty-three years ago. She is survived by her husband,
Frederick; one son, Alfred; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles WEBER, and
two sisters, Clara and Elsie. Funeral services will be held Tuesday
evening at the funeral home of the Louis H. HATCH Burial Co., Inc., 1731
Menahan street, Ridgewood. Cremation will take place Wednesday at 2 P.M.
at Fresh Pond.
LOUIS FIRMBACH, a watchman died Sunday. He was born in Brooklyn July 4,
1857 and is survived by his widow, Margaret; four sons, William, George,
Jacob and John; one daughters, Mrs. Margaret LIEBEL; eleven grandchildren
and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services Wednesday at 2 P.M. at the
chapel of Charles Morton, 578 Onderdonk avenue. The Rev. SCHUCKARD will
officiate. Interment will be at Lutheran Cemetery.
CHRISTINA LOPEZ, a life resident of Brooklyn, died Sunday in her
sixty-second year at her home, 1815 Cornelia street. She is survived by a
sister, Louise BEEBE. The funeral services will be held at 2:30 P.M.
to-morrow at the Peth Funeral Chapel, 15 Palmetto street. Interment will
be at Evergreens Cemetery under direction of the estate of George PETH.
CLAIRE GRUENEBERG, daughter of William and the late Elizabeth AVERY
GRUENEBERG died Sunday at her home, 645 Humboldt street. She was born in
Greenpoint and was a pupil at the parochial School of St. Cecelia. She is
survived by her father, William, a fireman attached to Engine, 215,
N.Y.F.D., and three sisters, Marie, Virginia and Helen, and a brother,
Augustine. The funeral will be held at 2:30 P.M. to-morrow. Interment
will be at Calvary Cemetery, under direction of William P. MURPHY& Son, 87
MARY C. DRESCHER, born in France eighty-eight years ago and a resident of
Brooklyn for eighty-four years, died Sunday. She is survived by two sons,
William and Charles; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The
Rev. C. R. INTEMANN will conduct the funeral services at 8 o'clock to-night
at her late home 338 Ridgewood avenue. Interment at 10 A.M. to-morrow will
be at Lutheran Cemetery under direction of the estate of George PETH, 15,
JOHN EDWARD NEVILLE, infant son of Timothy and Mary CARROLL NEVILLE, died
yesterday at his home, 354 DeKalf avenue. He is survived, in addition to
his parents, by a brother, Timothy, Jr., and two sisters, Eleanore and
Catherine NEVILLE. The funeral will be held at 2 P.M.
to-morrow. Interment will be at Holy Cross Cemetery under direction of
Joseph J. GALLIGAN, 284 Willoughby avenue.
MARGARET WINTERSOHL died Sunday. She was born in Germany forty-nine years
ago; came to this country twenty-five years ago and lived in Brooklyn all
of this time. She was a member of St. Leonard's Church, Jefferson street,
where a requiem mass will be celebrated Wednesday at 10 A.M. She is
survived by her husband August WINTERSOHL; one son, William MEYER, and one
daughter Marie WINTERSOHL. The funeral will be held from her home, 250
Knickerbocker avenue. Interment will be at St. John's Cemetery under the
direction of Frank DARMSTADT Sons, Sixty-eighth street and Central avenue,
HENRY WOHLERS died to-day in his eighty-first year at his home, 194 Eldert
street. He is survived by his widow, Catherine MILLER WOHLERS; three
daughters, Mrs. William GERARD, Mrs. John NALON and Mrs. John NACKIE; a
son, Charles WOHLERS; a sister, Mrs. Catherine MEYER and eight
grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The funeral services will be
held at 8 P.M. Thursday. Interment at 2 P.M. Friday will be at Evergreen
Cemetery under direction of Andrew W. ZIRKEL, 243 Ridgewood avenue.
CATHERINE HOGAN died today at her home, 65 Columbia street. She was born
in Ireland and had been a resident of Brooklyn and a parishioner of the
Church of St. Peter for 50 years. She is survived by two sons, Thomas and
Michael, and two grandchildren. The funeral will be held at 9:30 A.M.
Friday with requiem mass at the Church of St. Peter, Hicks and Warren
streets at 10 A.M. Interment will be at Holy Cross Cemetery under
direction of John F. FAGAN, Henry and Warren streets.
WILLIAM ROE LYNN, a retired United States Naval Reserve veteran, died
Sunday at his home, 955 Dahill road, Flatbush. he was a member of the Free
and Accepted Masons, who will conduct funeral services at 8 o'clock
to-night. He is survived by his widow, three daughters and one
sister. The funeral will be held at 10:30 A.M. tomorrow and interment will
be at Evergreen Cemetery.
ANTONINO LAURICELLA died Sunday in Kings County Hospital. He was a veteran
of the World War. He was born in Italy forty-two years ago and had been a
resident of Brooklyn for twenty years. He is survived by his parents, and
one sister living in Italy and a brother Joseph LAURICELLA of 147 Bridge
street, from whose home the funeral will be held at 9:30 A.M. to-morrow
with requiem mass at the Church of St. Michael, Prince and Concord
streets. Interment with military honors will be at the National Cemetery,
Cypress Hills, under direction of Emilio TARI & Sons, 175 Hudson avenue.
REBECCA PHILLIPS born in St. Johns, New Foundland and a resident of
Brooklyn for fort years, died yesterday at her home, 402 Central
avenue. She is survived by a son, John J. PHILLIPS, and a nephew, John
BALDWIN. She was a member of the Bushwick Avenue Methodist Church. The
funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. Dr. Howard ROSS at the
funeral chapel of B. J. THURING, 1178 Bushwick avenue at 8 P.M.
to-morrow. Interment at 10 A.M. Thursday will be at Mt. Olivet Cemetery.
HARRIET MC CAGG, widow of George L. MC CAGG, died Friday in her
sixty-fourth year at the Richmond Hill Sanitarium. she was a member of
Ideal Chapter, 373, which conducted services at 7:30 o'clock last
night. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. C. KERN and Mrs. J.
MASTERSON. The funeral will be held at 1:30 P.M. to-day and interment will
be at Evergreen Cemetery under direction of J.J. MONTENES.
JOHN LENGYEL, formerly of Brooklyn, died Sunday at his home in East
Patchogue in his fifty-first year. He was engaged in the automobile body
building business for fifteen years at 272-274 Heyward street. He was
proprietor of the Old Dunton Hotel at East Patchogue. He was a member of
Lodge 545, F. & A. M., the Elks and the LongI Grotto. He was at one time a
county committeeman of the Fourth Assembly District. He is survived by his
widow Anna M., and two sons, John and Louis; one daughter, Rose; two
sisters and three brothers. Masonic services will be held at the funeral
chapel of William VOGT, 142 Norman avenue at 8 o'clock to-night. Elks
services will be held at 1 P.M. Thursday followed by interment at Evergreen
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