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Subject: [Bklyn] Brooklyn Standard Union, June 17,1931 Obituaries
Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2003 20:37:42 EDT

B.S.U. Wednesday, June 17,1931

Harry J. LOWE, president of the Times Square Leasing Co, with
headquarters in the Time Square Building, Manhattan, died
Monday at his home, 130 Willoughby avenue. He was born
in New York City, the son of the late Herman and Esther LOWE.
He was a life resident of this city. Funeral services will be held
at his residence to-day at 2P.M. He is survived by his wife,
Ida E.(FLEMING)LOWE; one daughter,Mrs.Dennis L.REARDEN;
a grandson,and two sisters and one brother. Interment will be
at Woodlawn Cemetery under direction of William Dunigan &
Son, 210 Park avenue.

Francis RAMSEY, died Monday. Funeral from his residence,
140 Somers street,Thursday at 2 P.M. He is survived by two
brothers,Joseph and Alfred RAMSEY, and one sister, Mrs.
Evelyn MURRAY. Interment at Cypress Hills Cemetery under
direction of George T.McHugh, 917 Kent avenue.

Mary BUONOMO, died yesterday. She was born in Italy thirty-
nine years ago and had been a resident of Brooklyn for thirty
years. She is survived by her husband,Anthony,and seven
children.Funeral will be held from her late home, 454 Humboldt
street, Friday at 9:30 A.M. with requiem mass at St.Francis di
Paolo R.C.Church. Interment will be at St.John's Cemetery.

August BRUNING, died Monday at his home, 1874 Grove street.
He was born in Germany thirty-six years ago, and lived in
Brooklyn for twenty years.He is survived by his widow, Margaret,
and two sons,Charles and Frederick. Funeral Thursday at 2P.M.
The Rev.T.Frey will officiate.Interment at Lutheran Cemetery
under direction of John G.LUTZ & Sons, 507 Fairview avenue.

Emily HENNESSY, died Sunday at her home, 4 North William
street, Baldwin. She was born in the Eastern District of this
borough and was for many years a resident of the old Williamsburgh
section and was a communicant of the Churches of St.Vincent de
Paul and St.Anthony in Greenpoint. Upon taking up her late
residence she became a parishioner of the Church of St.Christopher
and was a member of the church societies.She was the widow
of the late Edward HENNESSY who was a retired officer of the
New York Police Department. She is survived by her son, William,
who is associated with the Long Island Railroad Co., and her
daughter, Mrs.Mae HAYES, and grandchildren, also by a sister,
Mrs.Mary HANAN. The funeral was held today at 9:30 A.M.
after a solemn requiem mass at the Church of St.Christopher
by the Rev.John MAHON. The interment was in the family plot
at Calvary Cemetery under direction of Thomas H.Ireland.

Agnes HAY, died Thursday. She was born in Saugerties,N.Y.
She was a member of the Rosary Society of St.Patrick's Church.
She is survived by her husband Roy: two sons, Leroy and Frank.
Funeral Friday at 9:30 A.M. from her home,757 DeKalb avenue;
thence to St.Patrick's Church, where a solemn requiem mass
will be celebrated.Interment St.John's Cemetery, under direction
of James A.Madden,197 Franklin avenue.

Leonard NICKEL, died Monday.He was born in Germany sixty-
five years ago and lived in the Eastern District for the past
thirty-eight years.He leaves his wife, Isabella (MAGEE)NICKEL:
four sons, Leonard, William, Raymond and Joseph :one daughter,
Marion and two grandchildren.The funeral will be held Friday at
9:30 A.M.; thence to the Church of Transfiguration, where there
will be a requiem mass celebrated. Interment at St.John's Cemetery
under the direction of Thomas F.Lund, 278 Marcy avenue.

James BOSTWICK, a veteran of the Civil War, died Monday at
the home of his daughter, Mrs.Adele B. NEWELL, of 46-20 Bowne st,
Flushing. He was 90 years old and was born in Manhattan. He served
through the Civil War with the 127th Regiment of New York Volunteers.
He stood beside the commander of Fort Sumpter when the flag was
raised that started the Civil War.He is survived by the daughter with
whom he lived, three sons, Elwood, Herbert and Ernest.
** this is it, nothing about funeral, typed as printed.

Mary MULLER, died yesterday at her home, 71-57 Seventy-first
place, Glendale, in her sixty-third year.She was born in Germany,
she is survived by three daughters, Lillian RODRIGUES, Ida MULLER,
Alice MULLER, and five sons, George, Walter, Philip, Fred and
Christian. Funeral from her daughters home, 71-33 Cooper avenue,
Friday at 2 P.M.Services by Rev.Charles Valentine of St.Mark's
Lutheran Church. Interment at Mt.Olivet Cemetery.

William JUNG, died yesterday at his home, 7733 Seventy-ninth
place(Ford avenue) Glendale. In his sixty-third year.He was a well
known builder and contractor in the Glendale section.He is
survived by his wife, Barbara; two sons, William,Jr., and Edward;
one sister,Mrs.Mary KOBER; one brother,Edward JUNG,and two
grandchildren. He was a member of Merchants Lodge,709, F.&
A.M.; Kismet Temple,A.A.O.N.M.S.; DeWitt Clinton Commandery,
27, K.T.; Ridgewood Chapter,263, R.A.M.; Jamaica Lodge, 988,
Loyal Orger of Moose and Harmonia Lodge, 394, I.O.O.F. Funeral
services will be held at the Buss Funeral Home, 6708 Myrtle avenue,
Glendale, Friday at 8P.M. Cremation will follow at Fresh Pond under
the direction of William Buss & Son, Inc.

Pauline Elizabeth COLSON, widow of Alderman William H.COLSON,
died Tuesday in her seventy-seventh year at her home, 438 Drew ave,
Cypress Hills. She is survived by one son, Howard. Funeral
services will be held at the Buss Funeral Home, 6708 Myrtle ave,
Glendale, Friday at 3P.M. Interment will follow at Evergreen Cemetery.

Margaret DESMOND, died yesterday at her home,483 Fourteenth
street.She is survived by her husband, Timothy and five sons,
Timothy, Percy, David, John and Benediot, and four daughters,
Mrs.Harry DUMBLETON, Mrs.Charles GRIGSBY, Mrs.Margaret
KOSTER and Loretta DESMOND, and one sister, Mrs.Mary CLYNE.
The funeral will be held at 9:30A.M. Friday, with requiem mass
at the Church of the Holy Name of Jesus. Interment will be under
direction of Joseph Redmond, 103 King street.

Caspare AVITABILE, died Monday at his home, 177 Hudson
avenue.He was born in Italy forty-six years ago and had been a
resident of Brooklyn for twenty-seven years.He was engaged in the
retail seafood business.He is survived by his widow,Josehine;
two sons, Anthony and Pasquale; a daughter,Carmella, and one
sister.The funeral will be held at 10 A.M. tomorrow, with requiem
mass at the Church of St.Michael, Concord and Prince streets.
Interment will be at Holy Cross Cemetery under direction of
Emillo Tari & Sons, 175 Hudson avenue.

Catherine OSTEN, died at her home, 5722 Bella place, Maspeth.
She is survived by her husband,William; two daughters,Marie
and Mrs.Catherine HUTCHINS; two sons, Edward and Theodore;
two sisters and one brother.She was a member of Holy Cross
Church,Maspeth, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated
on Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment at St.John's Cemetery
under the direction of Matthew L.ROGERS, 363 Lorimer street.

Mary HURLEY, widow of Michael HURLEY, died yesterday at
her home, 56 Hausman street.She was born in Ireland and had
been a resident of Brooklyn for forty-four years. She is survived by
a son, James; a daughter,Catherine; two brothers and two sisters.
She was a member of the Church of St.Cecillia, where requiem
mass will be celebrated at 10:30 A.M. Friday. Interment will be
at Calvary Cemetery.

Flora JENNIE, died yesterday at her home, 395 Classon avenue
She is survived by her husband Charles, seven daughters, Mrs.
Mrs.J.SEIBEL, Mrs.J.MULLEN and Miss J.JENNIE, and a brother
Albert HAGMANN. The funeral services will be held at 8 o'clock
tonight.Interment at 2P.M. tomorrow will be at Mt.Olivet Cemetery.

Sigrid Anne LINDSTAD, infant daughter of Alfred and Ethel
LINDSTAD, died Monday at the home of her parents at 9
Veronica place.The funeral will be held from the funeral chapel,
464 Lorimer street at 3 P.M. tomorrow.Interment will be at
Calvary Cemetery.

this completes June 17,1931
Transcribed for the BKLYN info pages by, Patty82856

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