OBITS 1873

 

Baltimore Sun January 15, 1873
Submitted by: D. Rhema

VOGLER - On the 13th inst., EMMA VIRGINIA, the infant daughter of Henry and Rachel Vogler, aged 7 weeks and 1 day.
 


Baltimore Sun – February 3, 1873
Submitted by: Claire Albert

Mc Phail
, Edward F.             On February 2, 1873, in his 67th year of age. RIP. His funeral will be held tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon at two o’clock from his late residence


The Baltimore Sun Obits, Jan 6, 1873

ONION - Fell asleep in Jesus, January 4th, 1873, at 11 o'clock P.M. of
scarlet fever, J. Howard, youngest child of John R. and Sallie C. Onion, aged
2 years 6 months and 5 days.  "He is not dead, but sleepeth."  [York (Pa.)
and Harford county papers please copy.]
   The relatives and friends of the family are invited at attend his funeral
on this (Monday) afternoon, 6th inst., at three o'clock, from his parents'
residence, No 76 Chew street, without further notice.

PAGE - On the 4th instant at 3 o'clock A.M., at the residence of his son,
George F. Page, George Page, in the 73d year of his age.
   His relatives and friends and friends of the family are invited to attend
the funeral on this (Monday) morning at half-past nine o'clock, from the
residence of his son, George F. Page, Oak Grove, Baltimore county.  Carriages
will leave the office of George Page and Co,. No. 5 North Schroeder street at
seven o'clock A.M.

QUINN _ On the 5th instant, Catherine, in the 67th year of her age, wife of
Patrick Quinn, of the county Monaghan, in the parish of Moneclune, Ireland.
[Washington papers please copy.]
   The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend
her funeral on this (Monday) afternoon, at three o'clock, from the residence
of her son-in-law, John Black, No 75 Hampstead street.

SHIPP - On the 4th inst., of pulmonary consumption, William S. Shipp, aged 40
years, formerly of Norfolk, Va.  [Wilmington and Norfolk papers please copy.]
   His funeral will take place on this (Monday) morning, at half-past eleven
o'clock, from his late residence, No. 10 South Carey street.  Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.

WADDY - Passed away, on the 4th inst., at Friendship, York road, Mary M.,
second daughter of Thomas E. and Bertha Waddy, aged 4 years 5 months and 4
days.
               We miss her, yes, we miss her,
                  How lonely is each spot;
               Her little chair is vacant now,
                  Also her little cot.
   The friends of the family are requested to attend her funeral this
(Monday) afternoon, at two o'clock, from her father's residence, Friendship,
York road, Baltimore county.

BIRCKHEAD - On the 2d of January, at his residence, in Anne Arundel county,
near Friendship, after a brief illness of pneumonia, Samuel J. Birckhead, in
the 39th year of his age, leaving a wife and five children to mourn their
loss.  [Washington papers please copy.]
               Farewell, wife and children, how I loved you
                  On my bed of sickness sore;
               How thy names I called so often,
                  'Till my pain on earth was o'er.

CLAIBORNE - On the 5th inst., Joel C., infant son of Charles H. and Jane E.
Claiborne, aged 6 months and 11 days.

PACKARD - On the 4th inst., Rosa, infant daughter of Joseph and Laura Packard.

PORTER - On the 1st of January, in Ellicott City, Mrs. Annastacia Porter, in
the 76th year of her age.

SPALDING - On January 4th, 1873, in the city of Baltimore, George J.
Spalding, a native of St. Mary's county, in the 56th year of his age.  [Saint
Mary's Beacon please copy.]

WONDER - Departed this life, January 3d, 1873, Mary E., eldest daughter of
Henry R. and Mary A. Wonder, in the 9th year of her age
 


Baltimore Sun April 4, 1873
Submitted by:  Lynn Smith

Briggs- Departed this life on 3d inst at quarter past one o'clock,Lewis
Albert, son of James and Elizabeth Briggs aged 1 year,1 month and 10 days
His funeral will take place this (Friday) afternoon at three o'clock from
the residence of his parents NO 343 Hoffman ST

Feige-On April 3d Frederick Feige SR,after a short illness. The Funeral will
take place from his sons residence NO 49 North Frederick ST on tomorrow
(Saturday) afternoon,April 5 at two o'clock.His relatives and friends are
respectfully invited to attend without further notice.

HENLY-On Monday 31st of March at Charleston S.C. David Henly in the 28th year
of his age.
His funeral will take place this (Friday) afternoon at three o'clock fromt
he residence of his mother NO 36 East Lombard ST.

Hewlett-On the 2d inst. after a short and painful illness,Elizabeth Hewlett
aged 57 years.
Her friends are respectfully invited to attend her funreal this
(Friday),4th inst at two o'clock from herlate residence NO 119 Battery Ave.

Hallaran-On the 3rd of April,Annie daughter of James Halleran, a native of
Glanworth co Cork Ireland.May she rest in peace.
Her funeral will take place this (Friday) afternoon at three o'clock from
NO 25 Armstead lane.The friends of the family are invited to attend without
further notice.

Jordan-Suddenly on the afternoon of the 3d of April,William James aged 24
years and 25 days,eldest son of Robert and Ellen Jordan.
Notice of funeral in tomorrows Sun

Cook- On the morning of March 30th,Clara wife of John H Cook aged 79 years.

Case-On tuesday April 1st,Thomas J Case at the residence of his
father,Greensboro MD aged 32 years

Davis-In St Jospeh Missouri on the 19th of March,Dr.Francis T Davis,formerly
of Carroll co MD in the 59th year of age.

Hopkins-In Paris France on the 17th of March,Dr.Arundel Hopkins of this city
aged 35 years.

Kritler-On the 3rd of April,Jeremiah Kritler aged 61 years111 months and 3
days.

Mason-Departed this life at Alexandria VA,N Carroll Mason,son of the late
William J.T.Mason of Temple Hall and grandson of Judge Thomson Mason of
revolutionary fame.
Inheriting from his ancestors a name equal to any that illistrated the
annals of Virginia,he preserved it without spot and without blemish.
Gifted with superior intellectual endowments,acquired knowledge added to
what nature had so bestowed.
His wit was genial and sparkling and no one was ever wounded by its flashes.
A kind and unselfish spiritever ruled his action.His friends were many,of
his enemies we never heard.
In the latter part of his life,he was stricken with blindness,an affliction
which he bore with singular fortitude,comforted with the hope that his trial
was but for a reason.
Death for him had no sting,for his faith was founded upon the Rock of Ages
and he welcomed its approach as a release for he knew from the cares and
sorrows of this world in the presence of God,at whose right hand are joys forever
more.
May we imitate his examples and learn to estimate as their true value the
vanities of this life and may we like him,seek the "one thing needful"
Death a path once trod
Heaven lifts her everlasting portals high
And bids the pure in heart behold their god


Baltimore Sun July 12, 1873
Submitted by:  Christine Schott

BROWN Hester 11 Jul 1873 Departed this life, on July 11th, HESTER BROWN, consort of the late Wm Brown, in the 77th year of her age. Her funeral will take place this (Saturday) afternoon, at three o'clock, from the residence of her grandson-in-law, Charles A Reckert, No 69 South Eutaw street. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.

BRODIGAN
Margaret 11 Jul 1873 Departed this life, on Friday morning, 11th instant, Mrs. MARGARET BRODIGAN, of Cumberland, aged 84 years. Her relatives and friends are repectfully invited to attend her funeral this (Saturday) afternoon, at half-past five o'clock, from Camden Station, Baltimore.

CROMWELL
Mary 10 Jul 1873 On Thursday morning, 10th inst, MARY, wife of Joseph Cromwell, and eldest daughter of the late Charles and late Margaret Klassen. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully requested to attend the funeral this (Saturday) morning, 12th inst, at ten o'clock, from her late residence, No 126 Park avenue.

DEAN
William 10 Jul 1873 On the morning of the 10th instant, WILLIAM DEAN, in the 64th year of his age. [Philadelphia papers please copy.] His relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend his funeral from his late residence, No 361 East Pratt street, this (Saturday) morning, at ten o'clock.

HANCOCK
Susanne 11 Jul 1873 On the 11th instant, at nine o'clock AM, SUSANNE, wife of the late Mitchell Hancock, of Worcester county, MD, in the 78th year of her age, after a long and painful illness. [Virginia and Western papers please copy.] The relatives and friends are invited to attetnd her funeral on to-morrow (Sunday) morning, at ten o'clock, from the residence of her son-in-law, No 359 South Sharp street.

HUGHES
Anna J C 11 Jul 1873 Departed this life, July 11th, ANNA J C HUGHES, beloved wife of Henry Hughes, and eldest daughter of John and Elizabeth Gable, aged 22 years and 13 days. Her friends and the friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend her funeral on to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, at two o'clock, from No 314 North Gay street.

LONG
Samuel 11 Jul 1873 On the 11th of July, SAMUEL LONG, aged 67 years. [Atlanta (Ga) and California papers please copy.] The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend his funeral on to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, at three o'clock, from his late residence, No 286 North Howard street.

ROCHE
Catherine 11 Jul 1873 On the 11th inst, CATHERINE ROCHE, in the 78th year of her age, a native of Castle Bridge, county Wexford, Ireland. May her soul rest in peace. The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend her funeral on to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, at two o'clock, from her late residence, Mount Washington, Baltimore county.

TOFT
Francis Marion H 10 Jul 1873 On the 10th instant, FRANCIS MARION H TOFT, in the 23d year of his age, eldest son of Margaret J and the late Francis A Toft. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend his funeral on to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, at two o'clock, from his late residence, No 341 South Sharp street.

BATEMAN
Edith Mable 9 Jul 1873 On the 9th instant, EDITH MABLE, aged 6 months and 12 days, infant daughter of James S and M A Bateman.

HAMMOND
Lizzie E J 5 Jul 1873 In Washington, DC, on Saturday morning, July 5th, Mrs. LIZZIE E J HAMMOND, beloved wife of John B Hammond.

KANNE
Frederick 10 Jul 1873 On the 10th instant, FREDERICK KANNE, aged 29 years.

MORRIS
Cecelia Day ?? Of cholera infantum, CECELIA DAY, only child of John W and Elvira Morris, aged 8 months and 15 days. [American please copy.]

OLIVER
Mary C 10 Jul 1873 On the 10th of July, MARY C OLIVER, widow of the late Thomas Oliver, of Baltimore.

SWITZER
Mary J 11 Jul 1873 July 11th, MARY J, wife of Wm F Switzer, and daughter of John F Poston. [Washington (DC) papers please copy.]

WEINBERG
Carey 10 Jul 1873 On the 10th inst, CAREY, youngest daughter of M and Rachel Weinberg, aged 3 months and 23 days.
 


Baltimore Sun July 26,1873
Submitted by Lynn Smith

KNOBLAUCH-On the 24th of July,CHARLOTTA,a relict of the late Christian
Knoblauch, in the 84th year of her age, a native of Germany, but for the past
fifty-one years a resident of Baltimore.
The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral on tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon, 27 inst. at four o'clock from the
residence of her son, John C. Knoblouch Oxford, York RD.

LA ROQUE- On the 25th July, ALEXANDRINE (nee Bizouard),wife of the late Emile
La Roque.R.I.P.
The relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral on
Monday morning 28th inst,at eight o'clock from her residence NO 20 West
Baltimore ST. Requiem Mass will be held at St. Vincent's Church.

LYNCH-On the 25th of July, ANN E. relict of Daniel Lynch.
Her friends are respectfully invited to attend her funeral on
tomorrow(Sunday) afternoon at five o'clock from her late residence,Eutaw St.

McKNIGHT- Departed this life on the 24th inst. of July, after a long illness
which he bore with Christian resignation, JOHN W in the 42d year of his age.
His funeral will take place this (Saturday) afternoon at two o'clock from
his late residence NO 254 Light St.

ROLLINGS-July 25.1873, JAMES HENRY infant son of James and Maggie Rollings
aged 1 year and 6 days.
Rest of paper cut off


Baltimore Sun July 29.1873
Submitted by Lynn Smith

BRIGGS-On the 27th of July of consumption, ALICE BRIGGS in the 19th year of
her age.
Her relatives and friends of the family are respectfully requested to
attend her funeral this (Tuesday) morning at half past ten o'clock from her
brothers residence. NO 343 Hoffman St., without further notice

COLE-on the 27th of July, ROBERT FENWICK aged 2 years, and 10 months, third
son of Charles B and Mary E. Cole.
The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral this (Tuesday) afternoon at five o'clock, from NO 298 East Pratt
St.

DONELLY-On July 28th 1873, JOHN, youngest son of Thomas and Ann Donelly,in
the 5th month of his age.
The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully requested to
attend the funeral this (Tuesday) afternoon at three o'clock from NO 46 Chestnut
and Low ST.

HINDLE-On the 28th instant, GEORGE W in his 54th year.
The funeral will take place on this (Tuesday) morning at ten o'clock from
the Protestant Infirmary, Division ST.

JENNINGS-On the morning of July 28th 1873, ANNIE ELIZABETH aged 17 years and
28 days, eldest daughter of John J and Mary Ann Jennings. May her soul rest in
peace. Amen
Can it be she's taken from us.
She so cherished, loved by all
Will she never smile upon us.
Never hear us when we call.
(by her sister Mary)

Her relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend her funeral this
(Tuesday) afternoon at four o'clock from the residence of her parents, NO
141 Johnson ST.

JAMES-On Sunday, July 27.1873, CATHERINE E, only and beloved daughter of
Thomas and Rosa James, aged 16 months.
A gem from above
She budded, she blossomed in ribbons.
All ties to this earth, she sought her birth
Of a bright, blooming angel in heaven.

Her funeral will take place this (Tuesday) afternoon at three o'clock from
her parents residence NO 73 East Madison St.

LYETH-On the 28th instant, after a long and painful illness,JOSEPH FRANKLIN,
infant son of Samuel H and Kate Lyeth,aged 1 year, 5 months and 7 days.
Oh' who would weep to see.
The little body cold.
The babes in Jesus fold.

The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend
his funeral this (Tuesday) afternoon on the 29th inst. at four o'clock from the
residence of his parents NO 5 South Gilmore St.

MURDOCK
-On Monday morning at ten minutes past eleven o'clock, MARY ALICE aged
24 years, eldest daughter of John and Margaret Murdock.
Friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully invited to attend
her funeral tomorrow (wed) morning at eight o'clock from her fathers residence
NO 312 East Fayette St.

PINKERTON-On the evening of the 28th of July, WILLIAM K, aged 53 years, a
native of county Antrim Ireland, but for his past twenty years a resident of
Baltimore City.
The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend his funeral
this (Tuesday) afternoon at four o'clock from his late residence NO 259 East
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Baltimore Sun
October 7, 1873

Death of a Police Officer

 

 

Policeman Thomas Baldwin died yesterday morning at five o'clock at his residence, No. 289 North Dallas Street.  He was a native of Prince George's County, Maryland and had been on the police force in Baltimore for the past three years, where he was regarded as one of the best officers on the force.  He had been severely injured on the night of the 27th of July last while conveying Patrick Shane, charged with stoning a house at the corner of Front and Hillen Streets, to the middle police station.  Shane was afterwards committed to jail for court by Justice McCaffrey, but was subsequently released on bail.  Baldwin was confined to his house for some weeks after receiving his injuries.  For the past month he had been on duty, although complaining at times, until a week ago when he was attacked with a severe cold, and had been confined to his house up to the time of his death.  His funeral will take place this morning at half past eight o'clock.  The body, accompanied by a detac!

hment of the police force, will be conveyed to Collington Station, on the Baltimore and Potomac railroad, near where the family reside.  He leaves a wife and two children in the city.

 


 Daily Record of the Times
Vol I. Wilkes-Barre, PA., Wednesday Morning, December 31, 1873

MARYLAND.

SINGULAR AND FATAL ACCIDENT
Coole - Baltimore, Dec. 30--Mrs. Coole, wife of the Treasurer of the Central Savings Bank of Baltimore, when retiring last night, accidentally upset a coal oil lamp. Her clothing ignited and she was fatally burned


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