OBITS 1881

 

The Sun (Baltimore) September 17, 1881
Submitted by:  Betty Brinsfield Hughson



(part of obit)
West Biddle street, at 8:30 PM R. AUGUSTA, wife
of Benjamine D. Hyde. (Chestertown [Kent County]
papers please copy)

KUMMERT. On the 16th instant, PETER KUMMERT,
in the 62d year of his age.
His funeral will take place on Monday morning, at
seven o'clock, from his late residence, No. 387 Mul-
berry street.

LALLY. On the 16th inst., JANE, aged 56 years,
beloved wife of Malachl Lally, R.I.P.
The relatives and friends of the family are invited
to attend the funeral, from her late residence , No. 128
Franklin street, on Monday morning, 19th instant, at
eight o'clock. High Mass of Requiem at Cathedral.

LAPPE. On Friday, September 16, LILLY, aged
4 years and 5 months, only daughter of Vene and
Martin Lappe. (Pittsburgh and Allegheny papers
please copy)
Funeral will take place from No. 311 Canton ave.,
corner of Durham street, on Sunday September 18,
at 4 P>M>

LOVELL. At Annapolis, on 15th inst., ADELINE LOVELL,
in the 66th year of her age.
Interment at Baltimore Cemetery, Monday after-
noon, 19th instant, at four o'clock. Her relatives and
friends are invited to be present. Carriages wikk
leave Denny & Mitchell's, corner of Fayette strteet
and Carrollton avenue, at 3:15 P.M.

MEDLEY. Departed this life, on the 16th instant,
of consumption, SARAH JANE, in the 45th year of
her age, beloved wife of Captain William Medley,
leaving a husband and four children to mourn their
loss. May she rest in peace.
Due notice of the funeral will be given.

MILLER. On Thursday, September 15, 1881, at 6:05
o'clock A.M., GRACIE EDNA, aged 11 months and
10 days, only daughter of Louis C. and Fannie Miller.
The relatives and friends of the family are respect-
fully invited to attend her funeral, from the resi-
dence of her parents, No. 69 Chew street, Saturday
morning, at ten o'clock.

MISKIMON. Fell asleep on the morning of 16th
September, WILLIAM THOMAS, in the 51th year of
his age, beloved husband of Maria Miskimon.
Funeral will take place from his late residence, No.
238 Chew street, tomorrow, (Sunday) at 2P>M>

PARRY, On 16th September, ELLA MAY, age 2
years 11 months and 16 days, daughter of Clinton B.
and Louisa Parry.
Although 't'was hard to give her up,
The angels whispered "Come,"
And while we drink the bitter cup,
She is resting safe at home.
Funeral at 2-1/2 o'clock Sunday, from No. 5 Hope st.

PENTZ. On the 16th instant, ELLA MAUD, aged
14 months, the only child of Clarence S. and Kate L.
Pentz.
Due notice of the funeral will be given.

REID. On the evening of the 16th inst., CHARLES
only son of Charles and Donna Reid.

SWICK. On the morning of 15th September, 1881,
WILLIAM ALONZO, aged 52 years 8 months and 23
days, consort of Margaret F. Swick, and youngest
son of the late Charles and Eliza Swick. May he rest
in peace.
The relatives and friends of the family are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral from his late resi-
dence, No. 25 Gough street, on Sunday afternoon,
September 18, at half past one o'clock, thence to St.
Patrick's Church, where the funeral services will
take place.


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