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Subject: [Bklyn] Brooklyn Standard Union Jan 14,1931 Obituaries
Date: Fri, 20 Dec 2002 20:14:31 EST


B.S.U. Wednesday, Jan 14,1931
Obituaries

Nils E. NELSON, died Tuesday at his home,437 Sixty-second street. He was for
many years a resident of the Twelfth Ward and was employed at Robbins Dry
Dock.
His widow,Della; one son,William; four daughters, Mrs Thomas CUNNEEN,
Mrs.Catherine WALSH, Mrs.John CADDARR and Mrs.Elsworth DECKER, and eleven
grandchildren survive him.The funeral will be held Friday at 9:30A.M. from
his late home; thence to the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help,where a
solemn mass of requiem will be celebrated. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery.

Ernest HEUSCHKEL, of 135-40 223rd street,Laurelton, died Monday at the
Presbyterian Hospital.Mr.HEUSCHKEL was in his sixty-eighth year.For many
years he was engaged in business in Hoboken,New Jersey. He is survived by his
wife,
Theresa; two sons,Clifford and Paul, and three brothers, George, Henry and
Emil, of Brooklyn.Burial will take place Thursday at Laurelton,L.I.

Marguerite A. HOCHULI, died Monday at her home,9132 Eighty-fifth
Woodhaven,Queens, in her twenty-fifth year. She is survived by her husband
Henry R.;a son,Henry Thomas; her father, C.F.WILLIAMS, and two brothers,
Thomas
and Fred WILLIAMS. The funeral services will be held at 8:P.M.to-morrow.
Interment at 10A.M. Friday will be at Evergreen Cemetery under direction of
Thomas E.Crowe,155 Smith street.

Albert REEG, died Monday in his seventy-fifth year in Brooklyn State
Hospital. He was a retired cabinet maker and had been a resident of Ridgewood
for twenty-five years.He is survived by his widow,Barbara REEG; two sons,
Charles P. and William J., and four grandchildren. The funeral will be held
at 9A.M.,Friday, from his late home,509 Grandview avenue,Ridgewood, with
requiem mass at the Church of Our Ldy of the Miraculous Medal. Interment will
be at St.John's Cemetery under direction of John Miller,6419 Metropolitan
avenue, Middle Village.

Michael KEANE, died this home,123 Second avenue. He was the husband of Mary
GLEASON KEANE, and is also survived by one son,Maurice; three
brothers,Dennis, Patrick and John, and two sisters,Mrs.Catherine KILY and
Josephine. Funeral Friday at 9:30A.M.;thence to St.Francis Xavier
R.C.Church,Sixth avenue and Carroll street, where requiem mass will be
celebrated.Interment at St.Johns Cemetery.

Brigid Agnes M'NIFF, died Monday at the Brooklyn State Hospital.She was
employed as a nurse at the above hospital for many years.She is survived by
one sister,niece and nephews. Burial on Thursday 9:30A.M.,from Funeral
Chapel,137 South Oxford street; thence to the Church of St.Catharine of
Genoa, where solemn requiem mass will be offered.Interment at Calvary
Cemetery.

Joseph QUINN, died yesterday at his home,250 Eckford street. He was a member
of Lexington Council,K. of C. and the Church of St.Antony of Padua, where
requiem mass will be celebrated at 10A.M.Friday.The funeral will be held from
the funeral chapel,139 Noble street.Interment will be at Calvary Cemetery
under direction of J.E.McGUCKIN & Son.


Michael Joseph RYAN, died Saturday at his home,67 Stagg street. He was a son
of Catherine and the late Michael RYAN. He was a member of Company C,316th
Infanty,A. E. F. during the World War. He served overseas for nine months. He
is survived, in addition to his mother, by his widow,Margaret; a
brother,Thomas and two sisters,Mrs Lillian LYNCH and Mrs.Florence CHAMBERS.
The funeral will be held at 3PM.,tomorrow from the home of his stepson,Walter
GOODE,101 Scholes street. He was a member of the Church of St.Mary of the
Immaculate Conception.Interment will be at Calvary Cemetery under direction
of James H.Shevlin,464 Lorimer street.

Patrick LEONARD,died Monday at his home,382 Ninth street,in his
seventy-seventh year.He is survived by two brothers in Ireland ,Alexander and
Peter,and one sister,Mary; four daughters,Mrs.John B.DONNELLY, Mrs.Katherine
KINSELLA,
Mrs.Frank McINERNEY and Mrs.Irene WARD; two sons,John and James. He was a
member of the Holy Name Society of St.Thomas Aquinas Church, Morning Star
Council,293,K. OF C; Clan-na-Gael, Sunburst Club and the Wolf Tone Club of
the I.R.B. Funeral from his late residence, Thursday at 9:30A.M.;thence to
the R.C.Church of St.Thomas Aquinas, Ninth street and Fourth avenue, where a
solemn high mass of requiem will be offered. Interment at Holy Cross
Cemetery, under direction of Kearns Sons,115-10 Rockaway Boulevard,Richmond
Hill.

Catherine GRANEY, in the employ of Mrs.Matilda HAUSER,1064 Union street,
Brooklyn, died Sunday.She was born in Birkenhead, England and at the age of
21 migrated to this city,a few years later entering the employ of this family
whom she faithfully served for over forty-five years. She was a devout
Catholic and attendant of
St.Ignatius Church,Rogers avenue and Carroll street.

George B.HUNTER, of 1415 Gates avenue,died yesterday in his seventieth year
He was anaccountant. He is survived by his widow,Louise HUNTER. Funeral
services will be held at 2PM.to-morrow. Interment will be at Lutheran
Cemetery under direction of Bernard A.RUOFF,1434 Myrtle avenue.

Donato MAZZARELLA, husband of Grace PARILLE MAZZARELLA died yesterday at his
home,25 North Henry street.The funeral will be held at 9AM. Friday with
requiem mass at the Church of St.Cecilia. He is survived in addition to his
widow by a son,Anthony and two daughters, Mrs.Peter GIGLIO and Mrs.Sylvester
BAM?NTE.
Interment will be at Calvary Cemetery under direction of Thomas Creamer,64
Herbert street.

more to come,
Transcribed for the BKLYN info pages by,Patty82856


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