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Subject: [Bklyn] Standard Union-March 12, 1931-Death
Date: Tue, 26 Nov 2002 19:35:23 -0500


Standard Union-March 12, 1931-Death

OBITUARIES

JOHN J. MIDDLETON died yesterday at his home, 9148 Seventy-ninth street,
Richmond Hill, in his sixty-third year. He was employed as a motorman
supervisor by the B. M. T. for thirty-eight years. he is survived by his
widow, Rose; three sons, Howard, Charles and John; three daughters, Marie,
Mildred and Anna; five grandchildren and one grandchild. (?) The funeral
services will be held at 8 P.M. to-morrow. The Rev. Dr. BRUMM will
officiate. Interment at 2:30 P.M. Saturday will be at Evergreen Cemetery
under direction of Robert R. DONOVAN, 2089 Fulton street.

JOHN RYAN died yesterday at his home, 346 Franklin avenue. he was born in
the borough twenty-six years ago. He was regular attendant at the Church
of the Nativity and was a member of the church societies. He is survived by
his parents, Michael F. and Agnes RYAN; his sisters, Mrs. Joseph O'BRIEN,
Mrs. Arthur CARNEY, Mrs. Edward KASH, Josephine, Grace and Florence RYAN,
and his brother Frank RYAN. The funeral will take place Saturday at 9
A.M.; with solemn requiem mass at the Church of the Nativity. Interment
will be at St. John's Cemetery under direction of Thomas H. IRELAND.

CATHERINE MATHIESON died yesterday at her home, 2047 East Fifty-fifth
street. she was a life resident of Brooklyn. She is survived by her
husband, James H.; a son, Edward; three daughters, Helen, Adele and
Dorothy, and five brothers, Cornelius, Joseph, Peter, William and John
GEOGHEGAN. The funeral will be held at 9 A.M. Saturday, with requiem mass
at the Church of St. Mary Queen of Heaven, East Fifty-seventh street and
Avenue M. Interment will be at St. John's Cemetery under direction of
Edward H. C. DUNN, 339 Court street.

JAMES F. DEVITT died yesterday at his home, 422 Clinton street. he was a
life resident of Brooklyn. he is survived by a brother, Michael DEVITT,
and two sisters, Mrs. CAtherine TONRY and Mary DEVITT. The funeral will be
held at 9:30 A.M. Monday with requiem mass at the Church of St. Stephen,
Hicks and Summit streets. Interment will be at Holy Cross Cemetery under
direction of Edward H. C. DUNN, 339 Court street.

MARIE HERBERICH died Tuesday at her home, 87-46 144th street, Jamaica. She
was born in Germany eighty-one years ago came to this country about
forty-five years ago; lived in Brooklyn and Jamaica all of this time. She
is survived by one son, Henry HERBERICH; four daughters, Emma KEPPLER,
Theresa HENSLER, Justine BODENSTEIN and Frances BEYER and seventeen
grandchildren. The funeral will be held Friday at 2 P.M. Interment will
be at Evergreen Cemetery under the direction of Frank DARMSTADT Sons,
Sixty-eighth street and Central avenue, Glendale.

MARY C. TROY died Wednesday at her residence, 151 Bainbridge street. She
was the wife of Thomas F. and mother of Robert, Richard, Thomas, Elizabeth
and Mrs. H. J. MORAN. Funeral Saturday from her residence thence to Holy
Rosary R. C. Church, Chauncey street, near Reid avenue, where a requiem
mass will be celebrated at 9:30 A.M. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery.

LYDIA SHEARER died Wednesday at her home, 305 Linden avenue. she was born
in Pennsylvania seventy-nine years ago and lived in Brooklyn for the past
five years. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Mae MAY and Josephine
CANTER, and one son, Harry SHEARER. She was a member of the Holy Cross
Church from where there will be a requiem mass Friday, at 9 A.M. Interment
will be at St. Mary's Cemetery, Greenwich, Conn., under the direction of
Edward T. KENNEDY, Church and Rogers avenues.

THOMAS IRELAND died yesterday at his home, 1109 Manhattan avenue. he was
born in Brooklyn and was a resident of Windsor Terrace for many years. He
was for many years employed in the machine shop of the B.M.T. He is
survived by a brother, William IRELAND. The funeral will be held from the
funeral chapel, 237 Ninth street, at 2:30 P.M. to-morrow. Interment will
be at Holy Cross Cemetery, under direction of Joseph G. DUFFY.

JOSEPH BAUER died yesterday at his home, 492 Fourth avenue. he is survived
by his mother, Margaret; a sister, Mrs. Margaret EBERT, and a brother,
Frank BAUER. The funeral will be held at 2 P.M. tomorrow. Interment will
be at St. Michael's Cemetery, Flushing under direction of Joseph REDMOND,
103 King street.

ARTHUR FRANCIS RUSSELL died Wednesday at his home, 2036 Nostrand
avenue. he was born in Brooklyn. He was a member of St. Jerome R. C.
Church, Newkirk and Nostrand avenues. He is survived by his widow, Dorothy
BLACK RUSSELL and one son, Robert, his parents, John and Mary MACKIN
RUSSELL, and one brother, William. The funeral will take place from his
late home Saturday at 9 A.M.; thence to St. Jerome R.C. Church, where a
solemn requiem mass will be celebrated. Interment in St. John's Cemetery.

WILLIAM F. MC MAHON, born in Brooklyn, the son of Ellan HAAREN MC MAHON and
the late William MC MAHON, died Tuesday at his home, Wyandanch. He was
connected in the financial district of Wall Street, and the greater part of
his life a resident of Brooklyn and recently a resident of Wyandanch. He
was secretary of Volunteer Fire Department of Wyandanch and a member of the
Young Men's Catholic Club, Farmingdale. The funeral will be held from
DUNIGAN & Son chapel, Rogers avenue and Montgomery street, Brooklyn, Friday
at 9:30 A.M., followed by a solemn mass of requiem at the Sacred Heart R.
C. Church, Clermont and Park avenues at 10 A.M. In addition to his mother,
his wife, CAtherine HARTNETT MC MAHON, he is survived by two brothers,
Eugene and John and two sisters, Mrs. James COSTELLOE and Helen MC
MAHON. Interment will be at Calvary Cemetery under direction of William
DUNIGAN & Son.

JOHN R. O'BRIEN, husband of Susan QUINN O'BRIEN, died yesterday. Funeral
from his residence , 12 Essex street on Saturday at 8:30 A.M.; thence to
Blessed Sacrament R. C. Church, where a solemn requiem mass will be
celebrated. In addition to his widow; he is survived by one daughter,
Kathleen, and two brothers, Edward and Paul O'BRIEN. Interment at Holy
Cross Cemetery, under direction of George T. MC HUGH.

JAMES GRORES, fifty-nine years old, died yesterday at his home, 229 Majer
street. He is survived by his wife, Christina; two sons, Edward J. and
William; one daughter, Adele; one brother, Robert, and two sisters, Mrs.
Hanna ROGERS and Mrs. Ann GRORES. he was a letter-carrier in Station A,
Varet street, Brooklyn, for the past twenty-five years. Funeral services
Friday at 8 P.M. The Rev. William G. IVIE officiating. Burial Saturday at
2 P.M. Interment at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, under direction of Edward NEWMAN,
of 572 Leonard street.


AUGUST SHEDINGER died yesterday at his home, 207-18 111th avenue, Bellaire,
Queens. he was born in New York City eighty years ago, lived fifteen years
in Woodhaven and two years in Bellaire. He was a retired cigar
manufacturer. he is survived by his widow, Rosa; a daughter, Margaret
KNUTTY, and three sons, Harry, William and John. The funeral service will
be held at the funeral chapel of N. F. WALKER, 8607 Jamaica avenue, at 8
P.M. tomorrow. Interment at 3 P.M. Saturday will be at Lutheran Cemetery.

MARY E. FOGARTY, sister of the late Frank FOGARTY, one time secretary to
the Borough President of Brooklyn, died Tuesday at her home, 40 Madison
street. She was a daughter of the late Patrick and Ellen FOGARTY and a
sister of the late Frank, James and John FOGARTY. The funeral will be held
at 9 A.M. to-morrow with requiem mass at the Church of the Nativity,
Classon avenue and Madison street. Interment will be at Holy Cross
Cemetery under direction of F. H. MC GUIRE, 756 Classon avenue.

MILDRED WALKER IRLA died Tuesday at her home, 39 Garnet street. She was
born in the Twelfth Ward twenty-four years ago, a daughter of John and
Annie MURPHY WALKER, and was a lifelong member of St. Mary Star of the Sea
Church. prior to her marriage she was employed by the New York Telephone
Company as an operator in South Exchange. Her husband, Alexander M. IRLA;
her parents, one son, Joseph; three brothers, Joseph, John and Raymond
WALKER, and four sisters, Mrs. Joseph MEANEY, Mrs. Joseph KOWALSGI, Claire
and Dorothy WALKER, survive her. The funeral will be held on Friday at
9:30 A.M. from her late home; thence to the Church of St. Mary Star of the
Sea, where a solemn mass of requiem will be celebrated. Interment will be
at St. John's Cemetery.

WILLIAM O'BRIEN died Thursday at his home, 238 Rogers avenue. He is
survived by a son, William; three sisters, Mrs. P. MANNIX, Mrs. Thomas
O'DONNELL and Margaret O'BRIEN, and two brothers, Dennis and Patrick
O'BRIEN. The funeral will be held at 9:30 A.M. tomorrow with requiem mass
at the Church of St. Ignatius. Interment will be at Holy Cross Cemetery
under direction of F.H.
MC GUIRE, 756 Classon avenue.

JOSEPH J. SMITH, husband of Florence SMITH, died Tuesday at his home, 113
Melrose street. He was a life resident of Brooklyn. he is survived, in
addition to his widow, by his father, Joseph, and two brothers, Charles and
George SMITH. The funeral will be held at 2:30 P.M. to-morrow. Interment
will be at Mt. Olivet Cemetery under direction of William P. MURPHY & Son,
87 Herbert street.

RICHARD KINNEY died yesterday at his home, 174 Coffey street. He is
survived by a daughter, Mrs. Edward STRYPE; three sisters, Mary, Mrs. Frank
HUGHES and Sister Mary Dolores of the Convent of the Sisters of Mercy at
St. Johns, N.F.; three brothers, Owen, of Ireland; Martin, of South Dakota,
and John of Montana and one grandson. The funeral will be held at 9:30
A.M. Saturday with requiem mass at the Church of the Visitation. Interment
will be at Holy Cross Cemetery under direction of Joseph REDMOND, 103 King
street.

ELIZABETH ROBB died Monday at her home, 8603 Ninety-first street,
Woodhaven. She was born in Aberdeen, Scotland, fifty-five years ago. She
is survived by her husband, Charles M. ROBB; five sons and two
daughters. Funeral services were held at her residence last night at 8:30
o'clock. Dr. Fred G. MORECOMB officiated. Interment was made to-day in
Maple Grove Cemetery under the direction of John MC ELROY, Inc. 940
Manhattan avenue.

JOHN J. CORBETT, son of the late John and Margaret CREEDON CORBETT, died
Tuesday at his home, 206 Carroll street. He was born in the Twelfth Ward,
Brooklyn, and was a member of the St. Mary Star of the Sea Church all his
life. The funeral will be held at 9:30 A.M. from the Funeral Home, 496
Court street; thence to the Church of St. Mary Star of the Sea, where a
solemn mass of requiem will be celebrated. Interment will be at Holy Cross
Cemetery.

Transcribed for the Bklyn Info Pages by Kathy Jost-Shouse


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