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From: "Lisa Ann Finger" <>
Subject: [Bklyn] Brooklyn Daily Standard Union 24 Jan. 1905
Date: Thu, 5 Jul 2001 21:39:58 -0400


Brooklyn Daily Standard Union

24 Jan. 1905

OBITUARIES

FRANK A. FINLEY
Frank A. FINLEY, who died Saturday as a result of an accident which occurred between Baldwin and Freeport, L.I., was buried this morning in Cypress Hills Cemetery. The funeral services were held last evening at 8 o'clock at his residence, 87 Madison street. The Rev. C.W. HARDENDORF, pastor of the East Rockaway Congregational Church, officiated. Mr. FINLEY was born in Brooklyn thirty-one years ago. For fourteen years he had been a pressman on a Brooklyn newspaper. He was a member of the Pressman's Union and Fern Counell of the Royal Arcanum Order. A widow, Lulu A., two sons, Frank A., Jr. and Frederick B., and one daughter, Gladys, survives him.

AGNES A. HEFFERNAN
Funeral services for Mrs. Agnes A. HEFFERNAN, widow of the late John F. HEFFERNAN, were held to-day at St. John the Evangelist Church, Twenty-first street and Fifth avenue. The Rev. Father Thomas S. DUNIGG officiated. Interment was made in Holy Cross Cemetery. Mrs. HEFFERNAN was born in Massachusetts twenty-nine years ago. Almost all her life was spent in Brooklyn. At an early age she married Mr. HEFFERNAN, a kinsman of a prominent Brooklyn merchant. Mr. HEFFERNAN died six years ago. Mrs. HEFFERNAN is survived by one son, a mother, brother and two sisters.

HENRY H. HELLFELD
On Sunday afternoon, Jan. 22, Henry H. HELLFELD, a well-known resident in the Bedford section, died at his home, 202 Lexington avenue. Although Mr. HELLFELD was 63 years old, he had retained fairly good health for the last few years. It was with something like a shock his friends learned that he had died after a brief illness. Mr. HELLFELD was born in Germany and came to this country when a boy. He began life in the grocery business, which he continued successfully to the day of his retirement from active business a few years ago. His widow and three children survive him. Funeral services will be held at his late residence this evening at 8 o'clock. BAYER's undertaking establishment, in Atlantic avenue, near Nostrand, has charge of the funeral.

FANNIE S. THOMAS
Mrs. Fannie S. THOMAS, widow of W.W. THOMAS, died on Saturday. She had been very ill with pneumonia for several days. Mrs. THOMAS was born in Searsport, Me., and was married to Mr. THOMAS in 1874 in Manhattan. She had passed most of her life in Brooklyn and was one of the most earnest workers in the Tabernacle Baptist Church. Here she was the principal of the primary department and connected with all of the church societies. She leaves three sisters, two in Wintersport, Me., and one in Newton, Mass., and two brothers in Maine. At the funeral service this after noon at the Tabernacle Baptist Church, the primary department marched by the casket, and each child dropped a flower on the body of their superintendent and friend. The services were conducted by the Rev. Dr. Erwin DENNETT, pastor of the church. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery.

MRS. MARIA JAMES
Mrs. Maria JAMES, widow of Thompson P. JAMES, who died on Sunday at her home, 21 Chestnut street, was born in New Jersey 76 years ago, and moved to Brooklyn in childhood. For over fifty years, she lived in Carlton avenue. Her husband was for many years a volunteer fireman stationed at the old Engine House No. 9 at Carlton and Myrtle avenues. He died ten years ago. Funeral services will be conducted this evening at the house at 8 o'clock by the Rev. F.G. HOWELL of Andrews M.E. Church. The interment will be in Cypress Hills Cemetery. Undertaker ELLIS, of 3996 Fulton street, has charge of the arrangements.

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