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Subject: [Bklyn] Brooklyn Standard Union Jan 15,1931 Death Notices
Date: Sat, 28 Dec 2002 19:37:15 EST


B.S.U. Thursday,Jan15,1931
Death Notices

Joseph DEVOY, died yesterday at his home,1326 East Fifth avenue.He is
survived by his widow, Anna( SIEBOLD)DEVOY; a son, George DEVOY,a fireman
attached to Engine 269,N.Y.P.D.;two grandchildren; two brothers,Frank and
Edward and a sister, Mrs.May PRICE. The funeral will be held from his late
home at 9:30A.M.,
Saturday with requiem mass at the Church of St.Athanasius. Interment will be
under direction of George SEIBOLD,385 Van Brunt street.

Matthew J.CROWE, died yesterday at his home,9526 105th street, Richmond
Hill. He is survived by his widow, Anna (SCHAAD)CROWE. The funeral will be
held at 9A.M. Saturday with requiem mass at the Church of Mary Gate of
Heaven, Jerome avenue and 103rd street,Richmond Hill. Interment will be at
St.John's Cemetery under direction of Joseph J.Galligan, 284 Willoughby
avenue.

Loretta TANGEMAN, died Tuesday at her home,253 Rutledge street. She was the
daughter of Frank and Hannan (HILL)TANGEMAN. She is survived in addition to
her parents by a brother,Richard. She was a graduate of St.Joseph's
Commercial High School. The funeral will be held from the funeral chapel,187
South Oxford street, at 10:30A.M., Saturday with requiem mass at the Church
of the Transfiguration. Interment will be at St.John's Cemetery under
direction of William T.Foley,270 Marcy avenue.

Mary MILLER, died yesterday at her home,2911 Fulton street. She was 51 years
old and is survived by a sister, Mrs.Anna LUPTON; three brothers,Frank,
Thomas and Charles MILLER,;and her aunt,Mary SCHUSTER. The funeral services
will be held at 8P.M. tomorrow. Interment at 2P.M. Saturday will be at
Evergreen Cemetery under direction of John E.Marsh,1461 Bushwick avenue.

Jennie L.HICKMAN, died yesterday at her home,47 Furman avenue, in her
sixty-fifth year. She is survived by her husband, Henry; five sons, John,
Harry, Frank, Walter and Arthur HICKMAN; two daughters, Jennie and Agnes; a
brother, Christopher, and sixteen grandchildren. She was formerly a resident
of the Sixteenth Ward, Manhattan. The funeral will be held at 9A.M. Saturday
with requiem mass at the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes. Interment will be at
St.John's Cemetery, under direction of Kearns Sons,1504 Bushwick avenue.

Patrick COOPER, died yesterday at the home of his daughter, Mrs.George
BENNER, 9426 Van Wyck boulevard,Jamaica. He was born in Ireland and came to
the states fifty-two years ago.He is survived by three sons, Joseph, Jacob
and Frank, and three daughters, Mrs. George BENNER, Mrs.John BRADSHAW and
Mrs.James RIGGEO. The funeralwill be held at 10A.M.Saturday with requiem mass
at the
Church of St.Pious. Interment will be at Calvary Cemetery under direction of
J.J.Gallagher Snos,8746 137th street,Jamaica.

Edgar HALLETT, died yesterday at his home,472 Garfield place. He was born in
England fifty-seven years ago.He is survived by his wife Joan (SMITH)HALLETT.
He was a saleman for the Uppercu Cadillac, Motor Company. Funeral Friday at
2P.M., with interment Valhalla Cemetery,Staten Island.

John S.McGOVERN, died yesterday at his home,109-74 203rd street,Hollis.
He was an old parishioner of the Church of St.Patrick and upon taking up his
residence at Hollis became a regular attendant at the Church of St.Pascal and
was an active member of the church societies.He is survived by his widow,
Mary (FERRIS)McGOVERN; his sons,John and Willliam;his daughters, Genevieve,
Margaret and Dorothy McGOVERN; his three brothers, William, Charles and
Edward
McGOVERN, and his sisters,Mrs.GRIMM, Mrs.BOHNE, Mrs.KOLB and Mrs.REDDIN. The
funeral will take place Saturday at 9;30A.M. with solemn requiem mass at the
Church of St.Pascal by the Rev.Father KINSELLA. Interment will be at
St.John's Cemetery.

Lena OBERST, died yesterday at her home,50-60 44th street, Woodside,Queens.
She was Sixty-nine years. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs.Anna ARLAMS
and Mrs.Theresa VALENTINE, and two sons, Ferdinand and John OBERST,and a
brother,Gottlieb BUK. The funeral will be held at 2:30P.M. Saturday.Interment
will be at Lutheran Cemetery.

Ellen TAPPEN,died yesterday at her home,219 Prospect avenue.She was born in
Manhattan fifty-nine years ago and was a resident of Brooklyn for the past
forty-five years. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs.Alice MAXWELL;two
sons,James and William; one grandchild,Anna SADLER. Funeral Saturday at
9:30A.M.; thence tothe R.C.Church of the Holy Family,where solemn requiem
mass will be celebrated. Interment at St.John's Cemetery under direction of
Jere J.Cronin,Inc.

Eleanore BOULBOL, died yesterday at her home,590 Tenth street. She is
survived by her father,Elias,and mother,Rose(RABIL)BOULBOL. She was a
parishioner of
the R.C.Syrian Church of Our Lady of Lebanon. Funeral Thursday with interment
at
St.John's Cemetery under direction of Jere J.Cronin,Inc.

Michael KAYDOUGH, died Wednesday at his home,8705 Fort Hamilton parkway.He
was born inTripoll,Syria, fifty-four years ago, a resident of Brooklyn for
the past thirty-three years.He is survived byhis
wife,Shamsie(MASSAB)KAYDOUGH; two sons,
George and Edward and three daughters,Mary Elsie and Lillian.Funeral Saturday
2P.M.;thence to Holy Trinity Church,where services will be conducted by the
Rev.Archbishop Geramos. Interent at Greenwood Cemetery under direction of
Jere J.Cronin Inc.

Agnes WILHELM, died yesterday at the home of her parents,247 Irving
avenue,in her fourth year.She is survived by her parents,Otto and Mary
WILHELM,and three brothers.The funeral willbe held at 2P.M.
to-morrow.Interment will be at Holy Trinity Cemetery under the direction of
Fred Steinmann,249 Irving avenue.

Mary KELLEHER, died yesterday at her home,37 Willow place.She was the widow
of Patrick KELLEHER, and is survived by one daughter,Mrs.James J.RALEIGH,and
one son,John A. Funeral Saturday at 9A.M.; thence to the R.C.Church of
St.Charles Borromeo,where a solemn mass willbe celebrated by the Rev.Ambrose
P.Dunnigan.
Interment at Calvary Cemetery.

Mrs.Mary DONOVAN,who celebrated her 100th birthday last August died
yesterday at her home,300 Jay street. She was born inIreland August 15,1830
and came to the United States atthe age of twelve years. She had been
parishioner and a resident of the parish of St.James Pro-Cathedral for
eighty-eight years.Mrs.DONOVAN was the widow of Thomas DONOVAN,who served
fifty-eight years with the Brooklyn Union Gas Copany. She is survived by a
daughter,Mrs.Annie McDONALD. The funeral will be held at 10A.M.Saturday with
requiem mass atthe Church of St.James, Jay street.Burial will be at Holy
Cross.

this ends Jan 15,1931
Transcribed for the BKLYN infopages by, Patty82856


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