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From: Melvin Wright <>
Subject: [Bklyn] BSU 3 AUG 1928, OBITS con't
Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2002 21:32:30 -0700
BROOKLYN STANDARD UNION, 3 AUGUST 1928
LAWRENCE NESTOR died Wednesday in Peck Memorial Hospital. He was born
in Limerick City, Ireland, and had been a resident of Brooklyn for forty
years. He was supervising engineer at the Brooklyn Navy Yard for the
past ten years and was a veteran of the Spanish-American War. He is
survived by two sisters, Mrs. FITZGERALD and Katherine NESTOR. The
funeral will take place to-morrow morning at 9:30 o'clock from FEENEY
and Sons Chapel, 1875 Broadway, followed by a requiem mass at the Church
of St. Michael, on Jerome street, at 9:45 A.M. Interment will be at
Holy Cross Cemetery.
JOHN POWERS died yesterday in a local hospital. He was born in Ireland
sixty-three years ago and had been a resident of Brooklyn for
twenty-three years. He is survived by a brother and a nephew, JOHN
POWERS. The funeral will be held from the funeral home at 157 South
Oxford street to-morrow morning at 8:45 o'clock. Requiem mass will be
celebrated at St. Catherine of Genoa R.C. Church, Albany and Linden
avenues. Interment will be at Calvary Cemetery under direction of Frank
R. HEALEY, 1278 Troy avenue.
MARIE L. GREANY
MARIE L. GREANY died Wednesday. She was a daughter of Clarence and
Luella KLEINERT GREANY. She was born in Brooklyn seven years ago. She
attended St. Charles Borromeo R.C. Church and was a pupil of St.
Jerome's R.C. Church School. She is survived by her parents and a
sister, Clarice. The funeral will be held from her home, 415
Twenty-ninth street, to-morrow morning. Requiem mass will be celebrated
at St. Jerome's R.C. Church at 9 A.M. Interment will be at St.John's
Cemetery under direction of F.E. SPAULDING, 131 Atlantic avenue.
FRANCES HOGARTY died Wednesday at her home, 9520 111th street, Richmond
Hill. She is survived by her husband, THOMAS; three sons, William,
Thomas and Joseph, and a sister, Mrs. Mary KNOLL. The funeral will be
held from her home to-morrow at 9 A.M. Requiem mass will be celebrated
at R.C. Church of St. Benedict Joseph, Richmond Hill. Interment will
be at Calvary Cemetery under direction fo Edward F. SHIELDS, Atlantic
avenue and 117th street.
HERMAN L. KNAUP
HERMAN L. KNAUP died yesterday at his home, 451 Evergreen avenue. He is
survived by his widow, Henrietta RACOR[?] KNAUP; two brothers, Henry E.
and John C., and a sister, Mrs. Mary CRAMPTON, of Baltimore, Md. He was
a retired tobacco salesman. He was born in Germany eighty-two years ago
and had been a resident of Brooklyn for sixty-five years. Funeral
services will be held at his late home to-morrow at 2 P.M. Interment
will be at Lutheran Cemetery Sunday morning at 10 o'clock under
direction of John P. GALLAGHER, 204 Bedford avenue.
CHARLES D. SCHWIND
The funeral of CHARLES SCHWIND, 64, a clerk in the Queens Building
Department, who died Wednesday, will be held to-morrow afternoon from
his late home, 37 Thirtieth street, Astoria. He was a member of the
Veteran Firemen's Association of Astoria. He is survived by his widow,
Mrs. MARY SCHWIND; two sons, Charles and Harold, and four daughters,
Marion, Eleanor, Shirley and Adele.
McMAHON - In loving memory of our beloved daughter and sister, Miss ELLA
McMAHON, who departed this life Aug. 3, 1926.
Two years have passed since she has gone,
We miss her more as time goes on,
But hope her soul's in heaven above,
And in God's care and holy love.
FATHER, BROTHERS AND SISTERS.
McMAHON - In sad and loving memory of ELLA McMAHON, who departed this
life Aug 3, 1926. Gone, but not forgotten.
MARION AND CRAWFORD.
O'HARE - In sad and loving memory of our devoted father, PATRICK
O'HARE, who departed this life Aug 3, 1927.
To-day recalls the memory
Of our loved one gone to rest,
And those who think of him to-day
Are thos who loved him best;
You will never be forgotten, father,
Though on earth you are no more,
But in memory you will be with us,
As you always were before.
WIFE, SONS AND DAUGHTER
PANKANIN - In sad and loving memory of our dear mother, MARY P.
PANKANIN, who departed this life Aug 3, 1924. Gone but not forgotten.
DAUGHTERS, MARTHA WOERNER AND ANNA FROST.
TWO SPEEDERS FINED, ILLNESS SAVES THIRD
Motorcycle Policeman NELSON McCOSS, attached to Squad 2, was complainant
in Ridgewood court yesterday against three men charged with speeding
their automobiles along Metropolitan avenue, Middle Village, and Central
Magistrate BENJAMIN MARVIN suspended sentence on LESTER H. VOGT, 27
years old, of 87-29 168th street, Jamaica, who told the court that he
was hurrying home on account of the illness of a brother. VOGT produced
a doctor's certificate to bear out his contention.
FRED A. GUTERDING, 28, of 89-44 Seventieth avenue, Forest Hills, and
EDWARD A. ENGLERT, 37, of 1078 Hancock street, were each assessed $25.
.........Aug 3, 1928 to be continued.....
transcribed by Marilynn Wright
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