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Subject: [Bklyn] Brooklyn Daily Standard Union/25 March 1905
Date: Sat, 7 Jul 2001 10:45:13 -0500
Brooklyn Daily Standard Union
25 March 1905
MRS. ALICE A. ARNOLD
Mrs. Alice A. ARNOLD, a lifelong resident of Brooklyn, died at her
home, 4 Caton avenue, Flatbush, yesterday after a lingering illness.
She was a member of the First Reformed Church and is survived by a
husband and two daughters, Mrs. W.R. ATKINSON and Miss Florence.
Funeral services will be held at her late residence, to-morrow at 2
o'clock, the Rev. C. Thurston CHASE, pastor of the Flatbush
Congregational Church, Avenue D and East Eighteenth street,
officiating. Interment will be made in the family plot at Evergreen
RICHARD H. CRESSINGHAM
Richard Henry CRESSINGHAM died at his home, 241 Steuben street,
yesterday, after an illness of six months, from valvular heart
trouble. Mr. CRESSINGHAM was in his 70th year, and had been a printer
connected with the New York "Press" since it was established. He was
a member of Typographical Union No. 6, and formerly a member of the
I.O.O.F. and the Acme Council, No. 594, Royal Arcanum, as well as a
Forester and a Republican. In 1860 he married Miss Mary LOVEJOY, a
daughter of Benjamin LOVEJOY, a real estate broker, and to them two
daughters, Mrs. Carrie Fairchild MOTT and Miss Mary, and four sons,
Harry, Albert, Richard Charles and Francis, were born, who with their
mother survive him. Funeral services will be held at his late
residence to-night at 8 o'clock, the Rev. Dr. C.D. CASE, pastor of
Hanson Place Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be made in
the family plot at Cypress Hills Cemetery. Undertaker Geo. O. WEAVER,
of 375 Cumberland street, Brooklyn, has charge of the funeral
After a lingering illness, Mrs. Bridget HARKNEWW died at her home,
674 Bergen street, Thursday morning. She was in her fifty-ninth year.
Mrs. HARKNESS was born in Ireland, and came to Brooklyn about
thirty-two years ago. She was a member of St. Joseph's Roman Catholic
Church. She is survived by a husband, John, two daughters, Anna R.
and Mary E. McCARTER, and one brother, William Francis GILLESPIE.
Funeral services will be held at St. Joseph's Church, Pacific street
and Vanderbilt avenue, on Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment
will be made in the family plot at Holy Cross Cemetery. Undertaker
Peter FARRELL, of 101 Third avenue, has charge of the funeral
RICHARD C. KIMBALL
Richard Craighead KIMBALL, a native of Canton, Ohio, and an old
resident of Brooklyn, died at his home, 154 St. Johns place,
yesterday, after a five days' illness. Mr. KIMBALL was in his
seventy-fourth year. He came to Brooklyn fifty-four years ago and was
a partner in the firm of Kimball Brothers, cigar manufacturers. He
retired five years ago. He was a member of the Masonic Order and the
Ohio Society. In 1857 he married Miss Harriet M. BOWLAND, daughter of
the late Robert BOWLAND, of Mansfield, O. She died some years ago,
leaving two sons, Volney R. and Richard B. KIMBALL. Funeral services
will be held at Mr. KIMBALL's late home to-morrow afternoon at 1
o'clock, the Rev. Dr. NELSON, officiating. Interment will be made in
the family plot at Greenwood Cemetery. Undertaker Franklin G.
EDWARDS, of 9 Court square, has charge of the funeral arrangements.
James MORDAUNT, who died at his home, 136 First street, on Thursday,
was buried this afternoon at Holy Cross Cemetery. Mr. MORDAUNT had
been sick for three months from dropsy. He was a bookkeeper,
prominent in the Knights of Columbus, and a member of St. Agnes'
Church. Two sisters, Mary and Jane, survive him. Undertaker William
H. DALY, of 136 Smith street, had charge of the funeral arrangements.
MRS. SARAH MORRIS
Mrs. Sarah MORRIS died at her home, 873 Fifty-fourth street,
yesterday, from complications, in her 28th year. Mrs. MORRIS was born
in County Longford, Ireland, and came to Brooklyn three years ago.
About fifteen months ago she married Charles MORRIS, an attache of
the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company, who survives her. Funeral
services will be held at her late home to-morrow afternoon at 2
o'clock, the Rev. John RIPPERE, minister of the Fourth Avenue
Methodist Episcopal Church, officiating. Interment will be made in
the family plot at Evergreens Cemetery. Undertaker M.E. THOMPSON, of
5407 Fifth avenue, has charge of the funeral arrangements.
Jettie NEILL died yesterday at her home, 222 Bergen street, of
pneumonia. She was born in Brooklyn and had lived all her life in the
Tenth Ward. For seventeen years she was employed by the Players'
Club, Manhattan. She was a member of the Church of Our Lady of Mercy,
from which the funeral will be held Monday morning. Interment will be
made at Holy Cross Cemetery. Two sisters survive Miss NEILL.
Mrs. Annie O'CONNELL, widow of the late Patrick J. O'CONNELL, the
well-known Brooklyn shipbuilder, died yesterday at her home, 469
Fifteenth street, of heart trouble, after an illness of six months.
She was born in Limerick, Ireland, fifty-seven years ago, and came to
this country in 1865, living in Brooklyn ever since. She was a member
of St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Forty-second street, near
Fourth avenue, where the funeral services will be held to-morrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock, Father McGOIRI officiating. The interment
will be made at Holy Cross Cemetery. Mrs. O'CONNELL is survived by
two sons, Dr. Joseph J. O'CONNELL and Dr. Daniel G., and three
daughters, Margaret, Mary and Catherine. Undertaker William MEAGHER,
of 685 Fifth avenue, has charge of the funeral arrangements.
Joseph WHALEN died at his home, 57 Herbert street, on Thursday, after
a short illness. He was 29 years old, and had lived in the Eastern
District all his life. When the Spanish war broke out he went to the
front with the Forty-seventh Regiment, in which he was a corporal. He
was a member of the Jefferson Democratic Club and the "Doc" Travers
Association. The funeral will be held to-morrow from St. Cecelia's
Church, North Henry and Herbert streets. Interment will be made at
Calvary Cemetery. GLINNEN Brothers, of North Henry street, are the
undertakers in charge.
JOHN L. WINTRINGHAM
John Lincoln WINTRINGHAM, a plumber, died at his home, 803 Union
street, Thursday, form heart failure. Mr. WINTRINGHAM was born in
Brooklyn thirty-five years ago. He was a widower, and is survived by
one daughter, Ruth, two brothers, Robert and Edward C. and two
sisters, Mrs. Fannie FAGEN and Miss Tilly WINTRINGHAM. Funeral
services will be held at his late residence to-morrow afternoon at 3
o'clock, the Rev. Newell Dwight HILLIS, of Plymouth Church,
officiating. Interment will be made in the family plot at Cypress
Hills Cemetery. Undertaker John H. TIMMS, of 205 Fourth avenue, has
charge of the funeral arrangements.
Cheryl & Jim DeSellier
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