Death Notices

Connecticut Newspapers

Earley Family Deaths

Unknown New Haven Newspaper, about July 18th, 1910
Obituary: DEATHS OF A DAY

Miss Helen Earley

The funeral services of Miss Helen Earley, formerly of this city, who died at the residence of Mrs. Nolan of Arlington, N.J., following services at Arlington, took place at the Sacred Heart Church yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Rev. Father Regan officiated. At the processional Master Willie Reilly sang very touchingly "Lead Kindly Light" and at the conclusion of the service the casket was opened so the friends unable to be present at Arlington, could view the remains. She was a kind friend, a fond sister, and a loving daughter. The church was filled with sorrowful realatives and friends. Master Reilly sang "Ave Maria" and the conclusion Mr. Robbins, the organist, played Chopin's funeral march. There were large delegations from St.Agnes T.A.B. society, Santa Maria Council, D. of L, and the Lady Maccabees, Jennie Catton hive. The flowers were numerous and beautiful and among them was a large wreath inscribed "Sister", from her brother; plaque of daisies, from her sister of Arlington; plaque of carnations from her sister, Mrs Nolan; wreath, Mrs. John Boehner and Mrs. Honnett of Arlington; large cross, Mrs. Hyde of Arlington; plaque of swet peas and carnations, Mrs. K. E. Fletcher; large wreath Mr. John Corbett; large cross, her aunt; spray of carnations inscribed "Sister", Mr. and Mrs. Ryan; plaque of carnations, Ella; large wreath of sweet peas and carnations, Jennie B. Catton Hive, L.O.T.M.; wreath, Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Nelson; large wreath, St Agnes T.A.B. society; large wreath from Santa Maria, D. of L, and a large sheaf of wheat. The flowers were borne by William Earley and John Earley of Waterbury. The pallbearers were Thomas O'Brien, Michael Foley, Daniel Brennan, Henry Hayden of Waterbury, James Ryan and John Earley. Interment was in the family plot in St. Lawrence cemetery.

New Haven Journal Courier, December 22th, 1919
Obituary:

Early - The death of Daniel Early occurred Sunday evening. He is survived by five daughters and three sons. His funeral will be held from the residence of his son, William Early, 70 Congress Avenue. Requiem high Mass at the Church of the Sacred Heart. Interment will be at St. Bernard's Cemetery.

New Jersey Newspapers

Curiosities

The Newark Daily Mercury, Thursday, February 19th, 1861
Death Notice

O'LEARY - In this city, Feb 4, MARTHA, wife of James O'Leary, aged 35 years, a native of Edermine, County Wexford, Ireland. !!

Higgins Family Deaths

Newark Evening News, Tuesday November 7th,1911, page 16.
Newark Evening News, Wednesday November 8th,1911, page 12.
Obituary:

HIGGINS - At Nutley, on November 6, 1911, Thomas, beloved husband of Elizabeth Higgins. Relatives and friends, also members of James A. Garfield Post No. 4, G. A. R., are kindly invited to attend the funeral, from his late residence, 650 Centre street, Nutley, on Thursday, November 9, at 8:45 A. M., to St. Mary's Church, where a High Mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose of his soul. Interment in the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre.

Newark Evening Star, Tuesday November 7 th ,1911, page 13.
Obituary: VETERAN OF 14 BATTLES PASSES AWAY AT NUTLEY

After an illness of three months, Thomas Higgins, seventy years old, a veteran of fourteen battles of the Civil War, died yesterday at his home, 659 Centre street, Nutley. Old age and general breakdown was the cause of death. He had been a resident of Nutley about four years, going there from this city, where he lived many years.

Newark Star, Tuesday Morning November 7 th ,1911, page 13.
Death Notice

HIGGINS - At Nutley, on November 6, 1911, at his late residence, 659 Centre street, Nutley, Thomas Higgins.

Newark Star Eagle, Monday August 23rd,1926.
Obituary:

HIGGINS - At Irvington, on August 21, 1926, Elizabeth J. Higgins (nee Payne), beloved wife of the late Thomas Higgins,. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from her residence, 36 Cummings street, on Tuesday, August 24, at 6:30 A. M. to St. Leo's Church where a high mass of requiem will be offered for the repose of her soul. Interment in the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre.

Ferris Family Deaths

Newark Evening News, Monday April 25 th , 1921 Page 16
Newark Star Ledger, Monday April 25 th , 1921
Obituary:

FERRIS - On April 23, 1921 Mary A. beloved wife of the late John Ferris and mother of Dr. Sandford J. Ferris and Samuel Ferris. Relatives and friends, also Altar Society of St. Antoninus's Church are kindly invited to attend the funeral from the residence of her son, Samuel Ferris, 398 Sandford avenue, on Tuesday, April 26th, at 9 A. M. to St. Antoninus's Church, where, at 10 .A.M. a solemn high mass of requiem will be offered for the repose of her soul. Interment in the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre.

Newark Evening News, February 17 th , 1930
Death Notice

FERRIS - On Sunday, February 16th, 1930. Sanford Ferris, M. D. beloved husband of Clare Maguire Ferris. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from his home, 321 South Ninth street, on Wednesday, at 9:30 A.M.; to the church of St. Antoninus, where at 10 o'clock a solemn high mass of requiem will be offered. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

Newark Evening News, February 17 th , 1930
Obituary: Dr. S. J. Ferris, Long Ill, Dies

Physician Here Many Years is Victim of Hodgkin's Disease

Dr. Sanford J. Ferris, a physician in Newark more than thirty years, died at 3 o'clock yesterday morning at his home, 321 South Ninth street. Solemn high mass of requiem will be celebrated in St. Antoninus's Church at 10 A. M. Wednesday by the Very Rev. Raymond Meagher, O. P., provincial of the Eastern Province of the Dominican Order, a life-long friend of Dr. Ferris.  Burial will be in the Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

Dr. Ferris, who as fifty-six years old, had been ill two and one half years from Hodgkin's disease, and ailment which causes anemia.  Since October, he had been kept to his bed in a serious condition.  Doctors had fought four months to save his life by the use of X-ray and radium treatments and frequent blood transfusions.

Physicians said Dr. Ferris had been kept alive the last few weeks only by the transfusions.  The patient realized his critical condition and told friends two weeks ago he felt death was imminent. At his bedside when death came were Mrs. Ferris, Rev. William J. O'Leary, O. P., of St. Antoninus's Church, Dr. Harrisch S. Martland, Dr. Richard J. Donnelly and Dr. Philip Conlon.

Dr. Ferris was one of Newark's best known and best loved general practicioners for more than a quarter century and also was considered one of the most skillful surgeons in the city.  His patients included many Roman Catholic Clergymen and he numbered among his friends important figures of that Church.

Known for Charity

Dr. Ferris was noted for his charity and on many occasions paid from his own pocket patient's hospital bills without the patient's knowledge.  It was said that until a few years ago he never had sent a bill to any patient.         He was an indefatigable worker and seemed to give no thought to his own health or comfort.  Many of his friends felt that Dr. Ferris hastened his death by overwork.  Only five months ago, he responded to a police emergency call to see a sick child in the early morning when he should not have left his bed.

His medical training was received at Yale University Medical School, from which he graduated in 1897.   Dr. Ferris served his internship at French Hospital in New York and later went for special obstetrical training at New York Lying-In Hospital. In 1898 Dr. Ferris came to Newark and opened an office on Littleton avenue where he practiced three years.  At that time he became visiting physician at the House of the Good Shepperd, a position he held until 1922. Later he became a consulting surgeon at that institution.  For several years he was connected with the Eye and Ear Clinic at St. Michael's Hospital. 

Served Passiac Hospital 

Dr. Ferris became connected with St. Mary's Hospital in Passaic in 1906, assuming the duties of staff surgeon.  He retained that post until a year later when he became chief of staff of St. Mary's Hospital in Orange, a position he held until his death.  He was visiting physician at several hospitals in Northern New Jersey.

He was a past president of the Essex County Medical Society and vice president of the Metcalf Foundation Institute for Radiotherapy in Orange.  He was a fellow for the American Medical Association and a member of the New Jersey State Medical Society and the Academy of Medicine of Northern New Jersey. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, the Newark Athletic club and the Forest Hill Field Club.         Dr. Ferris opened an office in 1902 at 312 South Ninth street.  There he practiced until six years ago when he moved to the home and office at 321.

Native of Brooklyn 

He was born October 14, 1873 in Brooklyn and lived as a boy there and in New Haven, Conn.  In New Haven, he attended Hopkins Grammar School and Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University.

He married Miss Claire R. Maguire of Newark in April 1926.  Besides his wife, he leaves two brothers, Samuel J. C. Ferris of South Orange and James Ferris of Chicago. Sister Mary Dominick, Superior at St. Mary's Hospital, said today Dr. Ferris's death has caused the hospital a loss which can hardly be estimated. ``He was not only a surgeon of marked ability but a most charitable man who had the interest of every patient at heart and was never concerned about race, color, or creed'' she said.  His heart was always in his work.

Thompson Family Deaths

Newark Evening News, Wednesday, March 18th, 1942
Death Notice

ATWELL - On Tuesday, March 17th, 1942, James J., husband of the late Margaret (nee Boyle) of 12 Grace street, Irvington. Relatives are kindly invited to attend the funeral from Haeberle & Barth Home for Funerals, 971 Clinton Avenue, Irvington, on Thursday, March 19th, at 8 A. M.; thence to St. Leo's Church, where, at 9 A.M. a Mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose of his soul. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

Newark Evening News, Monday April 15,th 1912. Page 18.
Death Notice

THOMPSON- On April 14, 1912 at his late residence, 223 Paterson street, Harrison, George Thompson Sr. Beloved husband of Ann Thompson. Notice of funeral hereafter.

Newark Evening News, Monday April 15,th 1912. Page 8.
Death Notice

THOMPSON - George Thompson After a short illness at his home, 223 Patterson street, Harrison, George Thompson, who was an old resident of the West Hudson towns, died last night. A wife, two sons, and one daughter survive him.

Newark Evening News, Tuesday April 16,th 1912. Page 20.
Obituary

THOMPSON - On April 14th, 1912, George Thompson Sr., beloved husband of Ann Thompson. Relatives and friends of the deceased are kindly invited to attend the funeral from his late residence, No. 223 Paterson street, Harrison, on Wednesday, April 17th, at 8 A. M. to the Church of the Holy Cross, where at 9 A. M. a High Mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose of his soul. Interment in the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre.

Newark Star, Tuesday April 16,th 1912.
Death Notice

THOMPSON- On April 14, 1912 at his late residence, 223 Paterson street, Harrison, George Thompson Sr. Beloved husband of Ann Thompson.

Obituary: OLD RESIDENT DIES

Funeral arrangements for George Thompson, sr., who died Sunday night at his residence, 223 Paterson street, Harrison, have not been completed, but the funeral will probably be held tomorrow morning. Mr. Thompson had resided in Harrison a quarter of a century and is survived by the widow, one daughter and two sons.

Newark Evening News, June 21, 1917. Page 18.
Death Notice

THOMPSON - 0n June 21, 1917, at his residence, 228 Cross St., Harrison. John Thompson. Notice of Funeral hereafter.

Newark Evening News, June 22, 1917. Page 18.
Death Notice

THOMPSON - 0n June 21, 1917, John Thompson. Relatives and friends of the deceased are kindly invited to attend the funeral from the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Francis Duffy, 228 Cross Street, Harrison, on Saturday, June 23 at 8:30 A. M. to the Church of the Holy Cross where at 9 A. M. a high mass of requiem will be offered for the repose of his soul. Interment in the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre.

Newark Evening News, Monday, January 24th, 1916 Page 10.
Death Notice

THOMPSON - After a four day illness with pneumonia, Mrs. Ann Thompson of 229 Patterson Street, Harrison, died at St. Michael's Hospital early yesterday morning. Mrs. Ann Thompson was the widow of George Thompson and was born in Ireland eighty-five years ago. She came to the United States when quite young and settled in this city, where she resided for a number of years. Forty-five years ago she went to Harrison, where she since resided. She is survived by three sons and a daughter. The funeral will be on Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock from the Church of the Holy Cross, where a mass of requiem will be offered. Interment will be in the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre.

Newark Evening News, December 1, 1925. Page 20.
Death Notice

THOMPSON - On November 30, 1925, George W., beloved son of the late George and Ann Thompson (nee Butler). Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from the home of his sister, Mrs. Jennie A. Dally, 38 ˝ South Fifth Street, Harrison, N.J. on Wednesday, December 2,at 8:15 am to Holy Cross Church where at 9 AM a high Mass of requiem will be offered for the repose of his soul. Interment in the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre.

Newark Evening News, Tuesday Sept 17, 1935.
Death Notice

THOMPSON - 0n September 17, 1935. Joseph, beloved son of the late George and Ann Thompson, formerly of Harrison, N.J.

Newark Evening News, Wednesday Sept 18th, 1935.
Death Notice

THOMPSON - 0n September 17, 1935, Joseph, beloved husband of the late Eva Thompson and beloved son of the late George and Ann Thompson, formerly of Harrison, N.J. Funeral from the Bert M. Fay funeral home, 134 Midland avenue., Arlington NJ on Thursday, September 19th at 8:30 A.M. to St Stephen's Church were at 9 A.M a mass of requiem will be offered for the repose of his soul. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

Newark Star Ledger, Saturday, October 4th, 1968
Death Notice

THOMPSON - On October 3, 1968, Martha Elizabeth (nee Rawlings), of 76 East Park St. beloved wife of John A. Thompson Sr., mother of John A. Thompson Jr. and Mrs. Mary H. Wright, grandmother of 8 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends, also members of Companions of the Forest of America, May Demarest Circles No. 757, are invited to attend the funeral from the `Funeral Home of James F. Caffrey &Son,' 71 Pennsylvania Ave., on Tuesday, October 7, at 8 AM, to St. John's Church, where a Solemn High Mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose of her should at 9 AM. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery.

Newark Star Ledger, Thursday, April 26th, 1984
Death Notice

THOMPSON - A mass for John J. Thompson, Sr., 76, of Harrison will be offered tomorrow in teh Holy Cross Church, Harrison, following the funeral from the Mulligan Funeral Home, 331 Cleveland Ave., Harrison. Mr. Thompson died Tuesday in the West Hudson Hospital, Kearny. He was a custodian with the Newark Board of Education at the Broadway Junior High School for 15 years before retiring in 1964. Born in Newark, he lived in Harrison for 19 years. Surviving are his wife, Jeannette; three daughters, Mrs Joan Sheppard, Mrs. Jeanette Lodato, and Mrs. Judith Schilare; two sons, John J. and Joseph N.; a sister Mrs. Mary Wright; 25 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations.

Newark Evening News, Saturday, November 19 th, 1966
Death Notice

DALLY - Theodore B. of 274 Forest Dr., South Short Hills, N.J. on Saturday, November 19, 1966, husband of Sally Knox Dally; father of Mrs. Marion Demarest of Westfield, David C. Dally of Berkeley Heights; brother of Mrs. Mable I. Campbell, Old Ridge, and Harold E. Dally of Arlington; also survived by 9 grandchildren. Funeral from Smith and Smith (Suburban), 415 Morris Ave., Springfield. Announcement later.

Newark Sunday News, November 20 th, 1966
Death Notice

DALLY - Theodore B. of 274 Forest Dr., So. Short Hills, N.J. on Saturday, November 19, 1966, husband of Sally Knox Dally; father of Mrs. Marion Demarest, David Courter Dally; brother of Mrs. Mable I. Campbell and Harold E. Dally; also survived by 9 grandchildren. Funeral service from Community Congregational Church, Short Hills, on Tuesday, November 22, at 2 PM. Relatives and friends are invited to attend, interment in in Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Woodbridge, Friends may also call at Smith and Smith (Suburban) , 415 Morris Ave., Springfield, on Sunday and Monday after 2 PM. In lieu of flowers, gifts to the Heart Fund would be appreciated.

Newark Evening News Saturday, October 4th, 1969
Death Notice

DALLY - On Friday, October 3, 1969, Harold E., residence 44 Midland Ave., Kearny, NJ beloved husband of Marie Scott; devoted father of Harold T. of Carteret, Mrs Patricia Cuba of Kearny; dear brother of Mrs. Mabel Campbell of Oakridge, NJ; also survived by 7 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attned the services at the `Edward T. Reid Home for Funerals,' 585 Belgrove Dr. (near New Lawn Ave.) Kearny, on Monday October 6, at 11 AM. Interment family plot. Visitation Saturday, 7-10PM Sunday 2-5 and 7-10 PM.

Newark Star Ledger December 31st, 1973
Death Notice

DALLY - On December 30, 1973, Marie Scott, res. 408 Passaic Ave., Kearny, beloved wife of the late Harold E., devoted mother of Harold of Carteret and Mrs. Patricia Cuba of Kearny, dear sister of Oliver Scott of Lyndhurst, also survived by seven grandchildren . Relatives and friends are kindlly invited to attend the funeral from the Edward T. Reid home for Funerals, 585 Belgrove Dr. Kearny, onWednewdya, Jan 2, at 9 Am. A funeral mass will be offered in St. Steven Church, Kearny, at 10 am. Internment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

Newark Star Ledger April 12th, 1981
Death Notice

DALLY - A Mass for Harold T. Dally, Sr. 57 of Carteret will be offered at 9 :30 am Tuesday in St. Joseph's Church, Carteret, following the funeral from the Rumpf and Son Funeral home, 21 Locust St. Carteret. He died Friday in Perth Amboy General Hospital. Mr. Dally wored in the security department of Super Markets General, Carteret, for two years. He previously worked for the RCA Corp. Kearny. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and the Korean Conflict. Mr. Dally was a member of the T. McNulty Post 471, American Legion, Iselin. Born in Kearny, he lived in Arlington before moving to Carteret 17 years ago. Surviving are his wife, Mary; three daughters, Mrs. Catherine Gartner, Mrs. Nancy Del Conte, and Miss Jo Ann; a son Harold T. Jr.; a sister Patricia Cuba, and two grandchildren.

Newark Star Ledger April 12th, 1981
Death Notice

DALLY - Harold T. Dally Sr. of 37 Leber Ave, Carteret on April 10, 1981, husband of Mary Nugent Dally, father of Harold T. Dally Jr., Mrs. Catherine Gartner, Mrs. Nancy Del Conte, and Miss Jo Ann Dally; brother of Patricia Cuba; also survived by two grandchildren. Funeral services Tuesday from Rumpt and Son Funeral Home, 21 Locust St., Carteret. Mass of Christian burial, 9: 30 A. M. St. Joseph's R. C. Church, Carteret. Interment, St. Gertrude's Cemetery, Colonia. Visiting hours Sunday and Monday 2-4 and 7-9.

The Star Ledger, Wednesday, June 16th, 1976
Death Notice

CAMPBELL - Mabel I Campbell, of Oak Ridge, NJ, formerly of Maplewood. Tuesday, June 15, 1976, mother of Robert S. Campbell and Evelyn Gutleber. Graveside services Wednesday, June 16, White Church Cemetery, Woodbridge, NJ 1 PM. (Sickle Funeral Home, Newfoundland, NJ)

The Star Ledger, Wednesday, June 16th, 1976
Death Notice

CAMPBELL - Mrs. Mabel Campbell, 81, of Oak Ridge died yesterday in Dover General Hospital. Graveside services will be held at 1 PM today in White Church Cemetery, Woodbridge. Arrangements are by the Stickle Funeral HOme, 187 LaRue Rd, Newfoudnland. Mrs. Campbell worked as a clerk in the Maplewood A&P before retiring. Born in Harrison, she lived in Maplewood before moving to Oak Ridge 11 years ago. She was a member of the Maplewood Chapter 196 OES. Surviving are a son, Robert S; a daughter Mrs. Evelyn Gutlever, seven grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.

The Courier News, May 2 nd, 2000
Death Notice: Former Local Mayor

DALLY - David Courter Dally, 84, died Saturday (April 29,2000) at his home in Readsboro, Vt. Born in Maplewood, he was a longtime resident of Berkeley Heights N.J. and served as mayor from 1964 to 1967. He also was on the township committee from 1954 to 1967 and was a president of the PTA. Memorial services will be 10 a.m. Saturday at Prospect Presbyterian Church in Maplewood. Burial will be in Hollywood Cemetery, Union. Arrangements are by Flynn and Dagnoli-Montagna Home for Funerals in North Adams, Mass.

The Star Ledger, Monday, January 9th, 1984
Death Notice

DUFFY - A Mass for Mrs. Mary Duffy, 88, North Plainfield will be offered at 9 A.M. Wednesday in St. Mary's Church, Plainfield, following the funeral from the Higgins Home for Funerals, 209 W. Eighth St. Plainfield. Mrs. Duffy died Saturday in the Ashbrook Nursing Home, Scotch Plains. Born in Harrison, she lived in Newark and Plainfield before moving to North Plainfield. One year ago. Surviving are three sons, Joseph, James, and Raymond, 11 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.

The Star Ledger, Monday, January 9th, 1984
Death Notice

DUFFY - Mary E. Duffy of North Plainfield, formerly of Newark, on Saturday , January 7, 1984, wife of the late Frank J., mother of Joseph, James, and Raymond, and 11 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Funeral from Higgins Home for Funerals, 209 W. Eighth St. Plainfield. On Wednesday, January 11, 1984 at 8:30 am followed b a mass of Christian Burial in St. Mary's Church, Plainfield, at 9 A.M.. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery, East Hanover, NJ. Visiting Hours, Monday 7-9 and Tuesday 12-1 and 7-9.

Newark Star Ledger Tuesday, Sept 7th, 1993
Death Notice

DUFFY- Joseph A., 76, of North Plainfield, formerly of Newark, on Sept, 5, 1993, beloved husband of the late Theresa (Svencek) Duffy (1988), brother of James Edward Duffy and Raymond Thomas Duffy, also several nieces, nephews, grandnieces and nephews survive. Funeral services will be held Thursday, 8:30 am from the HIGGINS HOME FOR FUNERALS, 461 Somerset St. North Plainfield, followed by a 9 am Funeral mass at St. Joseph’s R.C. Church, North Plainfield. Interment Hillside Cemetery, Scotch Plains. Visitation Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 pm at the funeral home.

Newark Star Ledger Tuesday, Sept 7th, 1993
Death Notice

DUFFY - A Mass for Joseph A. Duffy, 76, of North Plainfield will be offered at 9 am Thursday in St. Joseph's Church, North Plainfield, after the funeral from the Higgins Home for Funerals, 461 Somerset St. North Plainfield. Mr. Duffy died Sunday in the East Orange Veterans Medical Center. He was a warehouseman for 35 years with Ballantine Brewery and then Budweiser Brewery in Newark before retiring 16 years ago. He was a shop steward at the plants. Mr. Duffy served in the Army Air Corps during World War II. He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles 866 in Plainfield and the Military Order of the COOTIE of the U.S. 041. He was past commander and chaplain of the American Legion Post 265 in North Plainfield and past commander of the Elks Lodge 2252 in Watchung Hills From 1972 to 1973 and 1981 to 1983 and past commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Storr-Richie Post 506 in North Plainfield. Mr. Duffy is survived by two brothers, James Edward and Raymond Thomas.

Newark Star Ledger Thursday July 7th, 1988
Death Notice

DUFFY - Theresa, C. Duffy, of North Plainfield, on July 5, 1988, beloved wife of Joseph A., sister of Ann Blazer, Helen Adams, also survived b several nieces and nephews. Funeral from HIGGINS HOME FOR FUNERALS, 209 W. Eight St. Plainfield, on Saturday, July 9, 1988, at 8:30 am , followed by a Mass of Christian Burial, St. Joseph's Church, North Plainfield, at 9 am. Interment Hillside Cemetery, Scotch Plains. Visiting hours Thursday 7-9 pm and Friday 2-4 and 7-9.

Newark Star Ledger Thursday July 7th, 1988
Death Notice

DUFFY - A Mass for Mrs. Theresa C. Duffy, 85, of North Plainfield, will be offered at 9 am Saturday in St. Joseph's Church, North Plainfield, after the funeral from the Higgins Home for Funerals, 209 W. Eighth St. Plainfield. Mrs. Duffy died Tuesday in the Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center, Plainfield. She had been a shipping clerk with the Strong and Cobb Pharmeceutical Corp. in New Providence for 15 years before her retirement 15 years ago. Mrs. Duffy was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5479 in Dunellen. Surviving are her husband, Joseph A., and two sisters, Mrs. Ann Blazer and Mrs. Helen Adams.

Newark Star Ledger Thursday May 24th, 2000
Death Notice

DUFFY - Raymond T Duffy, 73 of Tom's River, formerly of North Plainfield, on May 22, 2000, Husband of Margaret v. Flatley Duffy, father of Raymond Duffy, Joseph Duffy, Margaret amy Martina, Patricia Duffy, Rose Koperstynski, and Kathleen Bottone, Brother of James Duffy. Grandfather of 13 and great grandfather of one.

Newark Star Ledger Thursday May 24th, 2000
Death Notice

DUFFY - Raymond T. Duffy, 73, of Toms River died yesterday in the Community Medical Center, Toms River. A Mass will be offered at 1 PM Thursday in St. Joseph’s Church, North Plainfield, following the funeral from the Higgins Home for Funerals, 461 Somerset St. North Plainfield. Mr. Duffy was a foreman for Laurel Hardware Bolts and Nut in North Plainfield before retiring in 1987. He was a former member of the Knights of Columbus council 402 of Harrison. Born in Newark, Mr. Duffy lived in North Plainfield for 35 years before moving to Toms River. Surviving are his wife, Margaret V. two sons, Raymond and Joseph; four daughters, Mrs Margaret Ann Martina, Patricia, Mrs. Rose Kopestynski and Mrs. Kathleen Bottone; a brother James, 13 grandchildren and a great grandchild.

Kennedy Family Deaths

Newark Evening News, Friday, February 25 th, 1898
Death Notice

CONWAY - On Thursday, February 24th, 1898, Bertha, beloved wife of Thomas Conway, aged 42 years. Funeral services will be held at her lated residence, No. 315 Second Street, Harrison, NJ, on Sunday, February 27th, 1898, at 2 PM. Interment in Fairmount Cemetery.

Newark Evening News, Wednesday, April 18 th, 1900
Death Notice

CONWAY - On April 17th , AGNES, widow of Anthony Conway. Relatives and friends of the deceased are kingly invited to attend the funeral from her late residence, No. 244 high St. on Thursday, April 17th, at 7:30 a.m. to the Cathedral, where a High Mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose of her soul. Interment in the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre.

Newark Evening News, Friday, May 25th, 1900
Death Notice

CONWAY - On May 24, Patrick, beloved husband of Mary Conway. Relatives and friends of the deceased are kindly invited to attend the funeral from his late residence, No. 244 High street, on Saturday, May 26, at 7 AM the Cathedral where a Mass of requiem will be offered for the repose of his soul. Interment in the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre.

Newark Evening News, May 6 th, 1908
Death Notice

BURKE - On May 5, 1908, Joseph, beloved husband of Bridget Burke. Relatives and friends of the deceased are kindly invited to attend the funeral from the office of T. J. Callan. No. 65 Central Avenue, on Thursday, May 7, at 8 A.M. Interment in the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre. A Mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose of his soul at the cathedral on Friday, May 8, at 8 am.

Newark Evening News, Saturday, July 30th, 1921
Death Notice

KENNEDY - On July 29, 1921, George J., husband of Mary A. Kennedy (nee Higgins). Relatives and friends, also members of the Holy Name Society and Knights of Columbus, are kindly invited to attend the funeral from his residence, 63 Marion Avenue, Vailsburgh section, on Monday, August 1st, 9:15 AM; thence to the Sacred Heart Church, Vailsburgh, where a high mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose of his soul. Interment in the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre.

Payne Family Deaths

Newark Evening News, February 10 th , 1886
Death Notice

WENTWORTH - On February 10, Elizabeth Wentworth. Her funeral will take place from the residence of her son-in-law. Mr. George C. Kerr, No. 380 ˝ Central Avenue, at 9 A.M. Sunday, 14th inst. Internment in Greenwood Cemetery.

Newark Evening News, Thursday, February 14th, 1913
Death Notice

KERR - Suddenly, on February 12th, 1913, Mary Ann Payne, beloved wife of George C. Kerr. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend the funeral services from her late residence, 145 First Street on Friday, February 14th, at 2 P.M. Interment at Fairmount Cemetery.

The Newark Star, Thursday, February 14th, 1913
Death Notice

KERR - Suddenly, on February 12th, 1913, Mary Ann Payne, beloved wife of George C. Kerr. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend the funeral services from her late residence, 145 First Street on Friday, February 14th, at 2 P.M. Interment at Fairmount Cemetery.

The Record, Saturday, December 2nd, 1967.
Death Notice

PAYNE - Robert Payne, of 295 Bogert Road, River Edge, on Friday, Dec 1, 1967. Husband of the late Mae Fagan Payne. Dear father of Robert, George, and Eileen Killgallen. Also survived by seven grandchildren and one great grandchild. Relatives and friends, also, members of the River Edge Gold and Youth club, Msgr. Eugene Burke K. of C. Holy Name Society of St. Peter the Apostle Church, and Republican Club of River Edge are invited to attend the funeral on Tuesday, Dec 5., at 9 am from the Beaugard Funeral Home,869 Kinderkamack Road, River Edge. Solemn Mass of Requiem 10 am St. Peter the Apostle Church. Visiting hours Sunday and Monday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10.

Newark Evening News, October 11th, 1930
Death Notice

MORRISON - Suddenly, at South Orange, on October 9, 1930, Thomas M. beloved husband of Emma Morrison (nee Rowe). Relatives and friends and members of the Lodge No. 340, International Association of Machinists, are invited to attend the funeral services at his residence, 15 Lindsley avenue, on Monday, October 13, at 2:30 P.M. Interment at the convenience of the family.

Newark Evening News, June 28th, 1942
Obituary:

MORRISON - Thomas Francis Morrison of 32 Wetmore avenue, Maplewood, died yesterday at his home after a brief illness. He was 51. Born in Newark, he lived in South Orange and in Maplewood since 1902. Mr. Morris, who served with Company A, 76th Engineers, in World War I, was a partner in the former electrical contracting firm of Morrison-Turbett of South Orange. He was a member of Our Lady of Sorrows Church, South Orange. He leaves a wife, Mrs. Helen Morrison,; a son Thomas J.; four daughters, the Misses Helen, Marion, Joan and Jane, all of Maplewood; three brothers, Robert T. of South Orange, Charles J. of West Orange, and Francis J. of St. Petersburg, Fla., and two grandchildren. The funeral will be Monday at 8 AM from his home. There will be a high mass of requiem at 9 in our Lady of Sorrows Church. Burial will be in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

Newark Evening News, June 28th, 1942
Death Notice:

MORRISON - At Maplewood, NJ, on Friday, June 27, 1947, Thomas F., beloved husband of Helen Lukeman Morrison and devoted father of Thomas J., Helen Marie, Marion, Joan and Jane. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the family residence, 32 Wetmore Avenue, Maplewood, on Monday June 30, at 8 AM; High Mass of Requiem at the Church of Our Lady of Sorrows at 9 AM. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

Newark Evening News, June 9th, 1945
Obituary:

MORRISON - Mrs. Emma Rowe Morrison, 81, died yesterday at the home of her son, Charles J. Morrison of 47 Sheridan Avenue, West Orange, whom she was visiting. Widow of Thomas Morrison, she lived at 15 Lindsley avenue, South Orange. Born in Newark, she had lived in South Orange since 1904. Mrs. Morrison was a member of the Rosary Society of Our Lady of Sorrows Church, South Orange. Mrs. Morrison leaves three other sons, Robert T. of South Orange, Thomas of Maplewood, and 1st Sgt. Frank J. Morrison in Germany; a sister Mrs. Agie Haywood, also of Newark; six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Newark Evening News, June 9th, 1945
Death Notice:

MORRISON - At South Orange, NJ, Friday, June 8, 1945, Emma F. Morrison (nee Rowe), beloved wife of the late Thomas M., of 15 Lindsley Avenue. Relatives and friends, also Rosary Society, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the residence of her son, Robert T. Morrison, 366 Wilden Place, Tuesday, June 12, at 9 AM. High Mass of Requiem at the Church of Our Lady of Sorrows at 10AM. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

Newark Evening News, June 4th, 1952
Death Notice: Morrison Mass Tomorrow

A solemn high mass for Robert T. Morrison Sr., retired South Orange electrical contractor, will be offered tomorrow at 9 AM in Our Lady of Sorrows Church, South Orange. The funeral will be at 8:30 from the Frank J. Cody & Sons Funeral Home, 69 High St., Orange. Burial will be in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Mr. Morrison, who formerly lived at 366 Wilden place, South Orange, died Sunday at St. Petersburg, Fla., after a long illness. He was 65. He had been living in St. Petersburg five years. He was a founder of the electrical contracting firm of Morrison & Turbett, Inc. of South Orange. He was long active in South Orange civic affairs. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Margaret Kernan Morrison; a son, Robert T. Jr. of South Orange,; a daughter Mrs. William J. Waldron of Newark; two brothers, Frank of St. Petersburg and Charles of West Orange, and four grandchildren.

Newark Evening News, June 4th, 1952
Death Notice

MORRISON Sr. - At St. Petersburg, Fla., formerly of South Orange, on Sunday, June 1, 1952, Robert T., beloved husband of Margaret Kernan, devoted father of Mrs. William Waldron and Robert T. Morrison Jr. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the `Codey Funeral Home,' 69 High Street, Orange, on Thursday, June 5, at 8:30 AM. Solemn Requiem Mass at Church of Our Lady of Sorrows at 9 AM. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

Newark Evening News, May 11th, 1964
Death Notice

MORRISON - Suddenly, on May 10, 1964, Helen E. of 1630 Springfield Ave., Maplewood, beloved wife of the late Thomas F.; devoted mother of Thomas J. and Mrs. Jane Ringel of Maplewood, Mrs. Helen Albertson of Mountainside, Mrs. Marion Hannon Middletown, and Mrs. Joan Gilbert of Portland, Conn.; sister of Mrs. Annie Van Sycle of Dunnellen. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the `Joseph W. Preston Funeral Home,' 153 South Orange Ave. (opposite Prospect St.), South Orange, on Wednesday, at 8 AM. A high Mass of Requiem will be offered in St. Joseph's Church, Maplewood, at 9 AM. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Visiting hours Monday, 7-10, Tuesday, 2-5, 7-10 PM.

Newark Star Ledger, Tuesday, October 25th, 1983
Death Notice

MORRISON - Francis J., of Point Pleasant Boro, formerly of South Orange and St. Petersbutg, Florida, on October 23, beloved brother of Charles J. Morrison of Point Pleasant Boro. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from THE JOSEPH W. PRESTON FUNERAL HOME, 153 South Orange Ave (opposite Prospect Street), South Orange, on Thursday at 8 am A mass of Christian Burial will be offered in Our Lady of Sorrows Church, South Orange, at 10 am. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, East Orange. Visiting hours Wednesday only 2-4 and 7-9 pm.

Newark Star Ledger, March 10th, 1986
Death Notice: retired policeman

MORRISON - A Mass for Thomas J. Morrison, 63, of Barnegat, a retired captain with the Maplewood Police Department, will be offered at 10 am Wednesday in St. Joseph's Church, Maplewood, following the funeral from Joseph W. Preston Funeral Home, 153 South Orange Ave., South Orange. Mr. Morrison died Saturday in Southern Ocean County Hospital, Manahawkin. He was a member of the Maplewood Police Department for 34 years, retiring as a captain in 1980. He had been a member of the Fraternal Order of Police Local 70, Maplewood; the Veterans of Foreign War Post 1020, Maplewood, and the Policemen's Benevolent Association Local 44, Maplewood. He served in the Army during World War II. Born in Newark, he lived in Maplewood before moving to Barnegat a year ago. Surviving are his wife, Florence; three daughters, Mrs. Linda Ann Rockowitz, Mrs. Carol McKenna, and Mrs. Ruth Tscherne; three sisters, Mrs. Marian Hannon, Mrs. Joan Gilbert, and Mrs. Jane Ringel, and nine grandchildren.

Newark Star Ledger, March 10th, 1986
Death Notice

MORRISON - Thomas J. Morrison, of Barnegat, NJ formerly of Maplewood, on March 8, 1986, beloved husband of Mrs. Florence H. (nee Gilmore), devoted father of Thomas R. and Michael, both of Maplewood, Mrs. Linda Ann Rockowitz of South Farmingdale, NY, Mrs. Carol McKenna of Verona, Mrs. Ruth Tscherne of Maplewood, and Richard of South Orange, brother of Mrs. Marian Hannon and Mrs. Joan Gilbert, both of Connecticut, and Mrs. Jane Ringel of Maplewood, also survived by nine grandchildren. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Joseph W. Preston Funeral Home, 153 South Orange Ave. (opposite Prospect Street) South Orange, on Wednesday, at 9 AM. The mass of Christian Burial will be offered in St. Joseph's Church, Prospect Street, Maplewood, at 10 am. Interment Hollywood Memorial Park, Union. Visitation hours Tuesday only 2-4 and 7-9 o'clock.

Newark Star Ledger, April 1 st, 1988
Death Notice

MORRISON - Services for Robert T. Morrison, Jr. of Oakhurst, retired as fire captain for the township of South Orange, will be held at 10:00 am Saturday from the Joseph W. Preston Funeral Home, 153 South Orange Ave, South Orange. Mr. Morrison died Tuesday in the MOnmouth Medical Center, Long Branch. Mr. Morrison was a member of the South Orange Fire Department for 25 years, before retiring five years ago as a fire captain. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. Born in South Orange, he moved to Oakhurst five years ago. Surviving are a son, Patrick; a sister, Mrs. Marie Waldron, and two grandchildren.

Newark Star Ledger, September 29 th, 1974
Death Notice

MORRISON - Betty Cogan, of South Orange, on Sept. 26, 1974, beloved wife of Robert T., devoted mother of Patrick of Lake Parsippany, sister of Robert Cogan of Duneden, FLA., Miss Dorothy Ann Cogan of Duneden, FLA., and Mrs. Russell Adler, both of New London, Conn. The Funeral Mass will be offered in Our Lady of Sorrows Church, for the immediate family, on Monday at 9:15 AM. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, kindly make contributions to the South Orange rescue Squad. No Visitation.

Newark Star Ledger, April 1 st, 1988
Death Notice

MORRISON - Robert T. Jr. of Oakhurst. NJ, formerly of South Orange, on March 29, 1988, beloved husband of Mary Elizabeth (Cogan) Morrison, devoted father of Patrick Morrison of Beachwood, brother of Mrs. Marie Waldron of Morristown, grandfather of Shannon Gail and Collen Elizabeth Morrison. Relatives and friend are respectfully invited to attend the funeral service as the Joseph W. Preston Funeral Home, 153 South Orange Ave. Internment private.

Asbury Park Press, May 16th, 1995
Death Notice

MORRISON - Charles J. Morrison, 91, of Point Pleasant, died Sunday at Claremont Health Care Center, Point Pleasant. He was an industrial electrician wih I.B.E.W. Local 52, Maplewood Township, for more than 50 years, retiring in 1967. He was a member of Point Pleasant Presbyterian Church. Mr. Morrison was born in South Orange and lived in West Orange before moving to Point Pleasant 26 years ago. Surviving is his wife of 64 years, Marion E. Morrison. Van Hise and Callagan Funeral Home, Point Pleasant Beach, is in charge of arrangements.

Asbury Park Press, August 29 th, 1999
Death Notice

MORRISON - Marion E. Morrison 94, of Point Pleasant, died Friday at Claremont Center, Point Pleasant. She was a homemaker and a member of Point Pleasant Presbyterian Church. Born in Pluckemin, she lived in West Orange before moving to Point Pleasant 31 years ago. Her husband of 64 years, Charles J. died in 1995. Surviving are many nieces and nephews, including Myrtle Bapinski, Somerville, and Emma Kimble,??? Washington. Visitation will be held from 2 to 4 PM Tuesday, at Van Hise and Callagan, Leber Funeral home, 812 Arnold Ave., Point Pleasant Beach. Funeral Service will be held at 3:30 PM Tuesday at the funeral home. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to Point Pleasant Presbyterian Church.

Newark Sunday News January 27th, 1969
Death Notice

BILLINGTON - Frank Billington of 2704 Lakewood Road, Point Pleasant, died yesterday at the Green Grove Nursing Home, Neptune. He was 78. Mr. Billington was born in Newark and lived in Irvington 25 years before moving here 18 years ago. He retired in 1951 after 45 years as assistant manager of group insurance for the Prudential Insurance Co., Newark. For two years following his retirement, he served as registrar of vital statistics for Point Pleasant Boro. Mr. Billington was a member of St. Uriel's Episcopal Church Sea Girt, and a former vestryman at the Trinity Episcopal Church, Irvington. He was also a member of the local Old Guard. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Stella McChesney Billington; a son Frank R. of Sayreville; a daughter Mrs. Muriel Hodapp of Kenilworth; two sisters Miss Florence Billington of Point Pleasant and Miss Eliza Billington of Manasquan, and seven grandchildren. Services will be Tuesday at 10 am at the Hausmann Funeral Home, 1057 Sanford Ave., Irvington.

Newark Star Ledger Monday January 5th, 1981
Death Notice

BILLINGTON - Entered into eternal rest, Stella M. age 86, of 205 Birchwood ave, Cranford, on Saturday, Jan 3, 1981, beloved wife of the late Frank Billington, mother of Frank Billington of Sayreville and Mrs. Muriel Hodapp of Kenilworth, sister of Mrs. Edith Haarlander of Belmar, NJ, also survived by seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend the funeral service at the Kenilworth Funeral Home, 511 Washington Ave. Kenilworth, at 1 PM on Tuesday, Jan 6, 1981. Internment Graceland Memorial Park, Kenilworth. Viewing Monday, 2-4 and 7-9 PM.

Newark Star Ledger ....... ..th, 19..
Death Notice

HAARLANDER - Edward Henry Haarlander, 68, of 817 12th Avenue., who had moved here last year from Irvington, died yesterday at Jersey Shore Medical Center (Fitkin), Neptune. He was born in Newark. He retired four years ago as office manager for Landsberg and Sons Inc., a Newark brokerage firm hides and skins. Mr. Haarlander was a World War I Navy veteran. Surviving are his widow Mrs. Edythe McChesney Haarlander; a son John Haarlander, Cranford; two daughters Mrs John Berkman here; Mrs Carol Rossy, Neptune; two brothers, Paul Haarlander, both South Orange and six grandchildren. The Hausman Funeral Home, Irvington, is in charge of arrangements.

Earley Family Deaths

Newark Evening News, June 25th, 1930
Death Notice

NOLAN - On june 24, 1930, Andrew J. Nolan beloved husband of Kathryn E. Nolan Relatives and friends are invited the funeral from his home, 407 elm street Arlington, New Jersey on Thursday, June 26, at 8 am to st. stephens church, where at 9:00 am a high mass of requiem will be offereod for the repose of his soul. Interment in holy cross cemetery.

Newark Evening News, March 3rd, 1939
Death Notice

NOLAN - On wednesday, March 1, 1939 Katherine E. (nee Early), beloved wife of the late Andrew J. Nolan, and loving mother of the misses Kathryn, Josephine and James Nolan. Relatives and friends. also Rosary society. are kindly invited to attend the funeral from the home, 407 elm street, arlington, New Jersey on saturday, march 4, at 8:15 am, to st. stephen's church where at 9 am, a high mass of requiem will be offered for the repose of her soul. interment holy cross cemetery, North arlington.

Newark Evening News, July 1st, 1944
Death Notice

EARLY - John J. Early, 63, died yesterday at his home, 507 Chustnut street, Arlington, Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. John M. Lynch of Bloomfield, and Mrs. John Vegas of Neark; four sisters , Misses Mary and Julia Early, Mrs. Samuel Ferris and Mrs. Lillian Ryan, and two brothers, William and Joseph in Ireland. The funeral will be Monday from the Bert M. Fay Funeral Home, 683 Kearny avenue, Arlington, to St. Stephen's Church, where a solemn high mass of requiem will be offeredat 10 am. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.

Newark Evening News, July 1st, 1944
Death Notice

EARLY - Suddenly, on June 30, 1944, John J. Early; residence 507 Chestnut street, Arlington, NJ, formerly of New Haven, Conn, beloved husband of the late Stella Higgins Early and devoted father of Mrs. John M. Lynch and Mrs. J. Vegas. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from the "Bert M Fay Funeral Home" 683 Kearny avenue, corner laurel avenue, Arlington, NJ, on Monday, July 3, at 9:15 am to St. Stephen's Church ,where, at 10 am a High Mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose of her soul. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, North Arlington.

Newark Evening News, October 26,th, 1949
Death Notice

EARLY - On tuesday, October 25, 1949, Margaret Early, formerly of East Orange, sister of Mrs Samuel Ferris and Julia Early. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from Gorny & Gorny's East Orange Mortuary, 303 Main Street East Orange on Thursday October 27, at 8:15 am. Requiem mass at Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament church, at 9 am. Internment Holy Cross cemetery. Please omit flowers.

Newark Star-Ledger, October 26,th, 1949
Death Notice

EARLY - On October 25, Margaret Early. 129 shepard avenue East Orange, Reposing at Gorny & Gorny's East Orange Mortuary 303 main street until thursday at 8:15 am.

New York Newspapers

Payne Family Deaths

Brooklyn Standard Union, Friday May 15th, 1925
Death Notice

PAYNE - Delia Rorke Payne died yesterday at her home, 351 Prospect Avenue. She is survived by her husband, Charles, two daughters, Mrs. Florence Leach and Mildred, and a son, Robert Payne. The funeral will be held at 2 P.M. Sunday. Interment will be at Greenwood cemetery.

Brooklyn Eagle,Saturday, January 18th, 1941 page 7
Death Notice

PAYNE - On January 17, CHARLES, beloved father of Robert, Florence Leach and Mildred McCarthy, at his residence, 1713 E. 14th Street. Funeral from the Galligan Funeral Home, 978 Bedford Avenue, Sunday 2 P.M. Interment Green-Wood Cemetery.

Brooklyn Eagle,Wednesday, May 27th, 1903 page 5
Death Notice

MORRISON - On Tuesday, May 26, 1903, CATHERINE MORRISON, aged 80 years. Funeral services at the Graham Home, 320 Washington Ave. on Thursday the 28the at 10:30 A.M.

Brooklyn Eagle, Friday , January 18th, 1918 page 12
Death Notice

PAYNE - On March 7, 1934, FREDERICK G. PAYNE, husband of Jennie I. And father of Neill N. Payne. Services at his residence, 62 Decatur St. Friday, 8 P.M. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. Members of Greenpoint Lodge No. 403, F. & A.M. , and Maccabees, Tent Resolute No. 222 are respectfully invited to attend.


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