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From: "James Dilley" <>
Subject: [Bklyn] Brooklyn Daily Standard Union, 7 February 1905 (Obits)
Date: Mon, 9 Jul 2001 10:53:59 -0300
Brooklyn Daily Standard Union
7 February 1905
OBITUARY NOTES AND FUNERALS
Mrs. Jeannette C. SHEVLIN, the only child of Police Sergeant Patrick BOWES of the Greenpoint avenue station, died at her home, 127 East Eighty-fifth street, Manhattan, yesterday. She was born in Bath, N.Y., thirty-two years ago, and came to Greenpoint when eight years old. Nine years ago she married Detective Sergeant SHEVLIN and moved to Manhattan. Three years ago, while getting off a Thirty-fourth street crosstown car she fell and hurt her hip. At first, it was thought to be only a trivial matter, though she was confined to her mother's home for six weeks with a sprained ankle. Tuberculosis conditions developed and she had since been in failing health. Besides her husband she leaves two children. The funeral will take place Thursday morning from her home, and the interment will be in Calvary Cemetery. A suit for damages which she brought against the Metropolitan Street Railway Company is on the calendar for trial next Friday.
Hervey C. PLACE died at his home yesterday morning. He was born in Greenpoint 41 years ago. He was a member of the Abraham Lincoln Council, No. 14, Jr. O.U.A.M. A widow and three children survive him. The funeral services will be held at the home of his mother, 145 Newell street, to-morrow night, the Rev. Lincoln H. CASWELL, pastor of the Tabernacle M.E. Church, officiating. The interment will be made in Cypress Hills Cemetery Thursday morning, under the direction of Oscar H. BOCH.
Max EWALD, proprietor of the Half-Way House at 813 Broadway, died at his home Sunday after a short illness. Mr. EWALD was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles EWALD, of 107 Eugert avenue, and spent most of his life in Greenpoint. He was member of the Star of Hope Lodge, F. and A.M., DeWitt Clinton Commandery, K.T., Progressive Chapter R.A.M., Chase Lodge, I.O.O.F., and Court Nightingale, F. of A. A widow and one child survive him. The funeral services will be conducted to-morrow afternoon by the Rev. Mr. WALENTER, of the German Reformed Church. The interment will be made in the Lutheran Cemetery under the direction of John K. WEIGAND.
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