Obits 1898


 

Baltimore Sun February 21, 1898
Submitted by:  Sharon Reinhard


HALL
– On February 29, 1898, in full hope of a blessed immortality, WILLIAM H.HALL, late of Anne Arundel County. Funeral will take place from his residence on February 22, No 615 Sharp street, from whence the cartage will proceed to Furnace Branch Chapel, Anne Arundel county, where the funeral services will be held. Interment on his farm in Anne Arundel county.

KATZENBERGER- On February 18, Mary, in the 28th year of her age, wife of Joseph A. Katzenberger and daughter of Benjamin and the late Annie K. Franklin. Funeral from her late residence 1512 Barclay St. thence to St. Ann’s church.

KLEIN – On February 18 ANNA ELIZABETH aged 43 years, beloved wife of Joseph Klein. Funeral from her late residence West Baltimore Street. Interment in Loudon Park cemetery.

LEETCH – On February 20, 1898, JAMES LEETCH (Washington papers please copy). Funeral from his late residence East Madison Street.

LOVELACE – In New York on January 21, 1898, ROSA, daughter of Elisabeth and the late Edward BUSHELL, and wife of George Lovelace. (Washington papers please copy)

McALLISTER- Suddenly on February 20, 1898,  JULIA A. McAllister. Funeral from her residence Barclay Street.

McKENNA - On February 20, 1898, JOHANNA, aged 13 years, beloved daughter of Robert and Johanna McKenna. Funeral from her parents home Forrest Place.

McMANUS – On February 18, 1898, MARGARET McManus, daughter of John and Sarah NcManus. Funeral from her late residence  East Townsend Street, thence to St.Ann’s church.

McNULTY – On February 18, 1898 at four A.M., Daniel McNulty, aged 36 years, beloved husband of Kate McNulty (nee DENNERT), and son of the late Edward and Mary McNulty. Funeral from his late residence, 711 North Central Ave.

MEHLINGER – On February 20, 1898, EMMANUEL, aged 77 years, beloved husband of Theresa  Mehlinger. Funeral from his residence, North Stricker St.

QUIRK – On February 17, HANNORAH, beloved wife of the late Edward Quirk R.I.P. Funeral from her late residence, East Pratt St. thence to St. Patrick’s church.

RINN – On February 20, 1898, at her late residence 237 East Lafayette Avenue, SARAH Rinn, beloved wife of John Rinn. Due notice of funeral will be given.

RUSKER – On February 18, 1898, LEVINA P. RUSKER, aged 43 years, relict of the late Paul  Rusker. Funeral from her late residence North Charles Street

RUTHS – On February 17, 1898, in Chicago ILL. WILLAIM E. Ruths, in the first year of his age, beloved son of George and Marquerita Ruths. Placed in the mausoleum at Baltimore Cemetery. Due notice of burial will be given.


Submitted by:  Dan Rhema

VOGLER
.-Fell asleep in Jesus, on March 16, 1898, J. MARGRETTA, aged 
39? years ? months and 19 days, beloved wife of George Vogler.


Baltimore Sun May 18, 1898
Submitted by:  Rose McLaughlin

MAHON-On May 18, 1898, JAMES J, in the 18th year of his age, son of James M and Ella Mahon. May he rest in peace. The funeral will take place from No 1613 East Baltimore Street on Friday morning at eight o’clock. Requiem Mass at St Vincent de Paul’s Church at nine o’clock. Interment private. (Balto Sun 05/18/1898)

MEISE-On May 17, 1898, HENRY MEISE, in his 82d year, beloved husband of Catharine Meise. Funeral will take place from his late residence on Friday afternoon at two o’clock. Interment private. (Balto Sun 05/18/1898)

OHARA-On May 18, 1898, at 6:30 AM, M GABRIELLE O’HARA, daughter of the late John G O’Hara, formerly of West River MD [Annapolis papers please copy]. Funeral from her late residence, No 1002 West Lafayette Avenue on Friday morning at ten o’clock. Interment private. (Balto Sun 05/18/1898)

SMITH-On Wednesday, May 18, 1898, REBECCA J, aged 58 years, beloved wife of Oliver T Smith. Funeral service at Towson M.E. Church on Saturday at 10:30 AM [please omit flowers]. (Balto Sun 05/18/1898)

THOMPSON-Suddenly at Glyndon MD on May 16, 1898, THERESA MARCELLA, in the 70?th year of her age, beloved wife of Dr Richard H Thompson [Washington DC and Westminster papers please copy]. Funeral this Thursday, May 19, at 11 AM at Freedom, Carroll County MD. (Balto Sun 05/18/1898)


The Baltimore Sun, May 7, 1898
Submitted by:  Anne Marie Willis

MOONEY - On May 5?, at 2:35 A.M., JOSEPH K., aged 48 years, son of the late John and Alice Mooney. R.I.P.

Funeral will take place this Saturday, May ?, at 8 A.M., from his late residence, No. 1444? East Monument street, thence to St. John's Church, where a Requiem Mass will be said for the repose of his soul. Interment private.  (Note:  Buried at St. Vincent's Cemetery)


Baltimore Sun May 19, 1898
Submitted by:  Rose McLaughlin

BROWN-On May 17, 1898, at 2 o’clock PM, WILLIAM H BROWN SR, beloved husband of Margaret A Brown and eldest son of the late Ruben and Margaret Brown. Due notice of the funeral. (Balto Sun 05/19/1898)

CLATCHEY-Suddenly on May 17, 1898, MRS. LAURA A CLATCHEY, aged 46 years, wife of A. B. Clatchey. Funeral on Friday at 3 PM from her late residence, No 539 West Lafayette Avenue. Friends and relatives are invited. (Balto Sun 05/19/1898)

CONNER-On May 17, 1898, MARGARETH CONNER, aged 53 years and 8 months, widow of John Conner. //Weep not that her toils are over//Weep not that her race is run//God grant we may rest as calmly//When our work, like hers, is done//Till then we yield with gladness//Our mother to Him to keep//And rejoice in the sweet assurance//He giveth His loved ones sleep//. Funeral from her late residence, No 818 South Cannon Street on Friday afternoon at two o’clock. (Balto Sun 05/19/1898)

CROSS-On the morning of May 17, 1898, at Asbury Park NJ, MARY A, beloved wife of J Wesley Cross and daughter of the late John H and Cassandra Westwood. Interment at Greenmount this Thursday, May 19, at 3 PM. (Balto Sun 05/19/1898)

GEGNER-At 10:50 PM on May 18, 1898, MARY ANNIE, in the 61st year of her age, beloved wife of John G Gegner. Due notice of the funeral will be given. (Balto Sun 05/19/1898)

GUILFOY-On May 18, 1898, at her residence No 1012 Druid Hill Avenue, MRS. KATE GUILFOY. R.I.P. Requiem Mass at the Church of the Immaculate Conception on Friday morning at nine o’clock. Interment private. (Balto Sun 05/19/1898)

HARTMAN-On May 18, 1898, HENRY C, beloved husband of Mollie E Hartman. Funeral from his late residence No 335 Twentieth Street East on Saturday morning at eight o’clock. Services at St. Ann’s R. C. Church at nine o’clock to which the relatives and friends are invited. Burial private. (Balto Sun 05/19/1898)

HOFSTETTER-On May 18, 1898, ANTON M HOFSTETTER, aged 39 years, beloved husband of Josephine Hofstetter. Requiescat in peace. The funeral will take place from his late residence, No 918 West Lombard Street on Friday morning at 8:30 o’clock, thence to St Peter’s Church, where a Requiem Mass will be offered for the repose of his soul. (Balto Sun 05/19/1898)



Everett Butte (Montana) Miner August 11, 1898
Submitted by Mona Everett

John T. REESE had lived in Baltimore and was returned there for burial in Mount Carmel. The obit from the Baltimore Sun is at the end. "T." is the correct middle initial!

Death of John F. (sic) Reese
 
The death of John T. Reese, who was one of the best known citizens of Butte, occurred yesterday at his residence in the canyon about one and a half miles east of the poor farm.  Mr. Reese was 67 years of age and was for a long time the superintendent of the Parrot smelter. He leaves a wife and six children, five sons and one daughter, the latter being a resident of Utah, while the sons are all in this city.  Deceased was a member of the Masons, Odd Fellows and Knights of Pythias, but had not officiated with either of the orders in this city.  The remains are being embalmed by Richards the undertaker preparatory to being sent to Baltimore, Md., for interment.
 
Some years ago, Mr. Reese met with an accident on the Union Pacific road somewhere in the neighborhood of Cheyenne and it resulted in the amputation of his left arm.  This was followed by one of the most bitterly contested damage suits ever waged in this section.  It was brought in the United States court and it resulted in a verdict in favor of the plaintiff for $25,000.  This sum Judge Knowles considered excessive and gave Mr. Reese the option of accepting $15,000 or having the verdict set aside and proceeding with a new trial. The gentleman accepted the amount named by the court and the litigation ended.
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Butte Miner, August 12, 1898 (there were 3 different blurbs that day, so I have separated them)
 
The body of John T. Reese will be shipped to Baltimore, Md., this afternoon. Services will be held at the K. of P. hall at 2 p.m.
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K. of P. ATTENTION
All members are requested to meet at Good Templars' hall, West Broadway, at 2:30 p.m., Friday, August 12th to escort the remains of late brother J. L. (sic) Reese, to the depot to be shipped to Baltimore, Md.
JOHN MORRIS, C.C.
A. N. YODER, K. of R. & S.
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All members of the Odd Fellows are requested to meet in Fidelity hall today at 2 o'clock to attend the funeral of our late brother, John F. (sic) Reese. By order of JNO. BEVAN, N. G.
Fidelity Lodge, No. 8
J. F. DAVIES, Secretary

 
Baltimore Sun, August 17, 1898
Submitted by Mona Everett
 
REESE--At Butte City, Montana, on August 10, 1898, JOHN T., in the 65th (or 66th) year of his age, beloved husband of Elizabeth Reese. Relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the residence of his sister-in-law, (Mrs. Thomas Reese) No. 32 South Clinton street, Canton, this (Wednesday) afternoon, at tow o'clock. (my note--he is at Mount Carmel)

REVER--On August 15, at 6 A.M., CARRIE R., aged 28 years, beloved wife of
Harry M. Rever, and youngest daughter of Ellen and the late John Habbersett
(or Habbersott). Funeral from her residence, No. 331 (or 531) North
Washington street, this Wednesday, August 17, at 2 o'clock P.M. Interment
private.

SANDS--On August 16, at 2:30 A.M., FREDERICK H. SANDS, aged 8 years, 6
months and 14 days, beloved son of Thomas and Mary Sands, (Washington papers
please copy.) Relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral from
his parents residence No. ?1?04(can't read it--the last digits are 04, and
it looks like the first is 1 and that there may be another number either in
front of the 1 or after it)Aliceanna(?) street, on Thursday afternoon, at
four o'clock.

SCHROEDER--On Sunday, August 14, at 6:15(?) A.M., after a lingering illness,
HENRY C. SCHROEDER in the (?)5th year of his age. R.I.P. Funeral will take
place from his late residence, No. 1937 Gough street this Wednesday at
8:30(?) A.M., thence to St. Michael's Catholic Church (corner?) Lombard and
Wolfe streets, where a High Mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose
of his soul at nine o'clock. Friends of the family are invited to be
present. Interment private.

**the last numeral in his age is a "5" but I cannot tell what the first
number is, although it is a 2-digit number

SCHUTTE--On August 16(?), ANNIE MILDRED, aged 3 (or 5) months and 3 days, infant daughter of Alphonse H. and Annie Schutte.


TAYLOR--On Tuesday, August 16, at 7(?) A.M., at Perryman, D. WESLEY TAYLOR,
in the 5th(?) year of his age, youngest son of J.M. and the late W.(?) A.
Taylor. Funeral services will take place at Sp--? Church, on Thursday,
August 18, at 1:30 (or 3:30) P.M. Friends invited to attend.


Baltimore Sun  September 1898
Submitted by:  Helen


CARMAN-At No. 416 E. Fort Ave. on September 7, at 6:45 P.M. Harry L. Carman,
secretary of Division 97, B. of L. E. Due notice of the funeral will be
given.

CORNTHWAITE- -On September 7, at his late residence, No 729 St. Peter St.
Robert Cornthwaite in his 89th year. Funeral will take place on Friday,
September 9, at 2 P. M. Interment private.

EAGON-On September 7, 1898, Mary J., aged 42 years, wife of James Eagon,
daughter of Michael and the late Mary Farley. Funeral at 10 A.M., on Friday
September 9 at St. Joseph's Church, Texas, Md.

FITZGERALD-After a brief illness, on September 6, 1898, Michael T., beloved
husband of Katherine Fitzgerald, and oldest son of Johanna and the late
Edward Fitzgerald,. {Washington D.C. papers please copy} The funeral will
take place from his late residence, No. 21? Barclay St., on Friday morning at
eight o' clock. Requiem Mass at St. Ann's Church at 8:30 o'clock. Relatives
and friends are invited. Interment in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Texas, Baltimore
County, Md. Train will leave Union Station at 10:35 A.M.

GRAUER-On September 6, 1898, Ignatius Grauer, aged 79 years. Funeral will
take place from his late residence, No. 1029 North Broadway, this Thursday
morning at 10 o'clock. Interment private {please omit flowers}

GREEN-On September 7, at the late residence, No 1313 West Lafayette Ave,
Sarah A. {nee Cuddy} widow of the late George M. Green. Due notice of the
funeral will be given.

KEELING-Passed away at the Maryland General Hospital at 12 P.M. on September
6, 1898, John Lovett Keeling, in the 68th year of his age. The funeral will
take place from his late residence, No.327 Lanvale St., on Friday. Interment
private.

KRAUSE-On September 6, Charles F. aged 11 months, infant son of Fred A. and
Kate E. Krause. His funeral will take place from his parent's residence. No
703 Hanover St., this Thursday afternoon at two o' clock.

KAPLAN-On the morning of September 7, at his residence, No. 213 W. Franklin
St., Misko Kaplan, in his 47th year. Funeral from his late residence, on
Friday afternoon at two o'clock. Interment private.

LAMBERT-On September 7, at 10 A.M., Henry Lambert in the 38th year of his
age, beloved husband of Minnie Lambert.
"Thou has gone and left us weeping,
Yet we know thou art at rest;
Someday we expect to meet thee,
Where we'll be forever blest.
By his wife and child.
Funeral will take place from his late residence, No. 1436 Gough St. on Friday
afternoon at four o'clock.

RANDLE-Suddenly, at 6 A.M, on September 6, 1898, James A. Randle, in the 28th
year of his age. Funeral will take place from his late residence, No. 13 West
Barre St., this Thursday, at three o'clock.

OWEN-On September 7, Daniel, in the 36th year of his age, beloved husband of
Mary A. Owens. Friends and relatives are respectfully requested to attend his
funeral from his late residence, No 216 West Chase St on Friday September 9,
at 2 P.M.

REUTER-Suddenly on September 7,1898, Fritz Reuter in the 54th year of his
age. The funeral will take place from his late residence, No. 1721 Linden Ave
this Thursday afternoon, at four o'clock. Interment private.

STEVENSON-On September 7, 1898 at No. 2504 North Charles St. Ethel Cooke
Stevenson, aged 24 days, twin daughter of Harry F. and Bessie B. Stevenson.

This last one for 1898 is cut off but you can inquire at Pratt Library at
this email per@mail.pratt.lib.md.us including name and date of death.

TAYLOR-At St, Louis on September 3, 1898, Thomas G. Taylor Jr. { formerly of
Baltimore}


Baltimore Sun October 8, 1898
Submitted by:  D. Rhema

CROMWELL  Mr. John E. Cromwell, a well-known resident of East Baltimore, died Thursday night at his home, 2114 East Pratt street, in the sixty-night year of his age. Death was caused by a complication of diseases, which had confined him to the house for six weeks.
Mr. Cromwell was a native of Baltimore and conducted the business of sailmaker at the foot of Broadway. His father, the late Joshua Cromwell, established the business sixty years ago. The deceased was also largely identified with the bay and coasting trade, having ownership interests in many sailing vessels. For the past twenty years he was a leading member of Chester Street Methodist Episcopal Church, and was secretary and treasurer of its board of trustees. A widow and one son survive him.


Baltimore Sun  November 7, 1898
Submitted by:  D. Rhema

VAIN - In New York, on November 7, 1898 NAPOLEON B. VAIN, beloved son of Edward and the late Mary Vain.
Funeral from the residence of his sister, Mrs. John Cromwell, No. 2114 East Pratt street on Thursday afternoon, at two o’clock. Internment private

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