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Subject: [Bklyn] BDSU March 10, 1905
Date: Sun, 15 Jul 2001 17:21:46 -0700
BKLYN DAILY STANDARD UNION
MARCH 10, 1905
MRS. SARAH B. WYCKOFF
Mrs. Sarah Brower WYCKOFF, who died at 9 P.M. on March 8, at her residence, 58 Hanson Place, after an 8 weeks' illness, was 75 years old. Mrs. WYCKOFF was born in Pennsylvania and finished her education at the Rev. Dr. CUSHMAN'S school for girls in Washington, D.C. She was the widow of the Rev. William H. WYCKOFF, secretary of the American Bible Union, who died in 1877. She had spent the greater part of her life in Brooklyn, and her interests were closely associated with those of the Hanson Place, where she was a lifelong member, and was also connected with all of its organizations. She was on the Board of the Woman's Union Missionary Society, the Grande Ligne Mission of Brooklyn, the Baptist Home of Brooklyn, and for 10 years was president of the Woman's Baptist Foreign Missionary Society of Long Island. She leaves four children, a son, Spencer Cone, and three daughters, Adelaide E. Julia and Ella. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at 58 Hanson Place, the Rev. Dr. CASE of the Hanson Place Baptist Church, conducting the service. Burial will be made in Greenwood Cemetery. G. B. WHEEVER has charge of the funeral arrangements.
HENRY G. FRIESCHMANN
Died on Wednesday at his home, 1114 Flatbush Avenue, from inflammatory rheumatism, after an illness lasting 10 days. Mr. FRIESCHMANN was 22 years old. He had resided nearly all his life in Brooklyn. He wa a member of the Schermerhorn Street German Lutheran Church. Funeral services will be held at his late home on Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, and the Rev. J.W. LOCK, pastor of the German Lutheran Church will officiate. The interment will be made at Lutheran Cemetery. Edward BAYHA of 219 Atlantic Avenue, has charge of the funeral arrangements.
MRS. KATHARINE B. LAW
After an illness of less than three days, Mrs. Katharine B. LAW, widow of Cornelius LAW, died at her home, 385 Cumberland Street, Wednesday night, from pneumonia, in her 55 year. Mrs. LAW was born near Hartford, and after her marriage moved to Hartford, where she lived until 30 odd years ago, when she came to Brooklyn to live. She was a member of the Baptist Temple. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at her late home, the Rev. Dr. Cortland MYERS officiating. Interment will be made at Hartford, Ct.
MRS. MINNIE SCHWENKER
Mrs. Minnie SCHWENKER died at her home, 207 Court Street, after an illness of two weeks yesterday morning. She was in her 55 year. Mrs. SCHWENKER was born in Hesse Darmstadt, Germany and came to Brooklyn in 1861. She was a member of Zion Lutheran Church. Four sons, three daughters and two grandchildren survive her. Funeral services will be held at her late home on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. E.C.J. KRAELING, pastor of the Zion Lutheran Church in Henry Street officiating. Interment will be made in the family plot at Lutheran Cemetery. Undertaker Edwin BAYHA, of 219 Atlantic Avenue has charge of the funeral arrangements.
WILLIAM P. COOK
William Prentice COOK, for 50 years a resident of Brooklyn, died at his home, 233 Harrison Street, Wednesday after an illness of 10 days, from pneumonia, in his 86th year. Mr. COOK was born in Groton, Conn, He retired from business about 15 years ago. Mr. COOK was an elder in the Presbyterian Church under Dr. SPEARS and Dr. VAN DYKE and later the Westminster Presbyterian Church. A widow Catherine A., and one sister, Mrs. EWING of Poughkeepsie, N.Y. survive him. Funeral services ere held at the Westminster Presbyterian Church this afternoon. The remains will be placed in a receiving vault. Undertaker John C. KUKLKE of 154 Court Street has charge of the funeral arrangements.
HERMAN F. OPITZ
After a lingering illness, Herman F. OPITZ died on Tuesady at his home, 353 First Street. He was born in Brooklyn in 1876 and had always been a resident here. The funeral services were held last night at his late home at 8 o'clock. The interment was made today in Greenwood Cemetery. Undertaker Fred RIKER of Carroll Street and 7th Avenue had charge of the funeral arrangements.
A wholesale and retail baker of this city and a veteran of the Franco-Prussian War, died at his home, 649 Classon Avenue, Wednesday, after an illness of three days, from complications in his 66 year. Mr. RICHTER was born in Germany and came to Brooklyn in 1871. Mr. RICHTER married Miss Johanna KLUTHE of Jefferson Valley, N.Y. on April 27, 1885 and from this union three sons, George, Floyd and Ralph were born who with a widow, three sisters and four brothers, survive him. Funeral services will be held at St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Bedford and DeKalb Avenues, the Rev. Emil ROTH, pastor of the Emmanuel Lutheran Church, in 7th Street, officiating. Interment will be made in the family plot at Greenwood Cemetery.
HENRY W. SCHAER (note different spelling of family name)
Henry W. SCHAED, a well-known bowling alley proprietor, died at his home, 202 Carroll Street, yesterday afternoon, after a five days' illness, from pleural-pneumonia, in hsi 34th year. Mrs. SCHAER was born in Germany, and came to Brooklyn about 20 yeas ago. He was a member of the Business Men's Bowling Club of Coney Island and many other organizations. On Dec. 18, 1894 he was married to Miss Anna LAUBENBERGER, who, with one son, William J., a mother, three brothers and two sisters, survive him. Funeral services will be held at his late home tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock, the Rev. Dr. E.C.J. KROELING, pastor of Zion Lutheran Church in Henry Street officiating. Interment will be made in the family plot at Greenwood Cemetery. Undertaker Frederick HERBST of 695 Third Avenue has charge of the funeral arangements.
More to come from this day.
Janet E. Truncali
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