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Subject: B'more deaths, Jan. 1919
Date: Mon, 1 May 2006 11:40:01 EDT
Copied from the Baltimore Sun. Jan. 21, 1919. I am looking for
connections to Joseph, Pauline and Edwin Louis.
top part cut off (but it appears to be) Burial was in the New Cathederal
Mrs. Gannon was 53 years old. She is survived by her husband and five
children; Misses Annie M., Mary B. Gannon; Michael Aloysius (the Rev. Bro. D.
Michael) of St. Elizabeth's School, Philadelphia. John T. and James, Jr., who is a
member of Battery F, One Hundred and tenth Field Artillery, in France: and one
granddaughter, Mary A. Gannon.
Edwin A. Louis - The funeral of Ensign Edwin A. Louis, son of Mrs. Pauline
Louis, 25 North Collington avenue, and the late Capt. Joseph Louis, who died
last Thursday at his home was held yesterday afternoon. Services were conducted
by the Rev. Paul H. Schnatz, pastor of Fifth Reformed Luthern Church. Burial
was in Oak Lawn Cemetery.
Six ensigns from the Navy acted as pallbearers and escorted the body to the
cemetery accompanied by a squad of Naval Reserves and a bugler. A volley was
fired at the grave and taps were sounded.
Robert B. Chew - Robert B. Chew, a Confederate veteran, died Sunday at the
Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers Home, Pikesville. He was a sergant in the
First Maryland Artillery and served with distinction throughout the Civil War.
The funeral will take place tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock.