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QUEENS SENTINEL
February 4, 1892; Thursday

Deaths:

ASHELD-Maspeth, Jan. 26, Pier Thomas Asheld, aged 68 years.

BALDWIN-Merrick, Jan. 21, Ann, wife of Stephen Baldwin.

BALDWIN -Merrick, Jan. 31, Ana Baldwin, aged 70 years.

BAYLIS-Queens, Jan. 6, John Baylis, aged 82 years.

BEDELL-Freeport, Jan. 4, Phebe H. Bedell, aged 73 years.

(1)BURTIS-Hempstead, Feb. 2, Henry A. Burtis, in his 87th year. Funeral services from his late residence, Greenwich St., Friday, the 5th at 3 o'clock P.M.

COBB-Rockaway Beach, Jan. 12, Alfred S. Cobb, aged 27 years.

CORNELL-Inwood, Jan. 6, Oliver Cornell, aged 81 years.

DENTON-Middle Village, Feb. 1, George Denton, in his 79th year.

DURYEA-Brooklyn, 29th inst., Hiram Durya in his 81st year.

(2)HICKEY-Far Rockaway, Feb. 1, Michael J. Hickey, aged 39 years.

GILLEN-Valley Stream, Jan. 21, Charles Gillen, aged 76.

JACQUEB-Barnum Island, Jan. 30, Louis Jacqueb, aged 59 years.

JONES-Inwood, Jan. 15, Hannah Jones, aged 81 years.

JEBENS-Newtown, Jan. 27, John H. Jebens. Sr., aged 69 years.

LEBERT-Winfield, Jan. 21, Mary R. Lebert, in her 17th year.

RANSOM-Rockville Centre, Dec. 5, Elizabeth Ransom, aged 86 years.

RHODES-Rockville Centre, Dec. 13, Langdon Rhodes, aged 74 years.

RHODES-Rockville Centre, Jan. 3, Maud Rhodes, aged 18 years.

RHODES-Pearsalls, Jan. 1, Benjamin Rhodes, aged 84 years.

REMSEN-Elmont, Jan. 25, Mary Remsen, aged 94 years.

SEAMAN-Uniondale, Jan. 26, Mary Agnes Seaman, infant daughter of Jarvis A. and Susan E. Seaman.

SOUTHARD-Bellmore, Dec. 19, Samuel Southard, aged 78 years.

SHORT-Baldwins, Dec. 3, Elizabeth Short, aged 61 years.

TENGIER-Barnum Island, Jan. 30, Joseph Tengier, aged 40 years.

(3)VAN COTT-Hempstead, Jan. 26, Garret Van Cott, aged 72 years.

VERITY-Valley Stream, Jan. 14, Margaret Verity, aged 4(0)9? years.

(4)WALTERS-Bridgeport, Conn., Jan. 28, Charles C. Walters, formerly of Hempstead, aged 50 and 10 days.

WARMUTH-Rockville Centre, Jan. 22, Joseph A., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph

Warmuth, aged 5 years and 11 months.

(1) HENRY A. BURTIS-whose death occurred on Tuesday, was born at Christian Hook in 1805. Until within a few years he was engaged in the boot and shoe business, latterly at his home on Greenwich street, which structure he had erected in 1832 and has since occupied. Mr. Burtis was familiarly knowns as Col. Burtis, through whom the title originated is not known. He was often called Captain, but this was from the association with the bay, and his delight in taking charge or sailing parties. He only relinquished this privilege about six years ago-then 80 years of age. Mr. Burtis was quite deaf, which affliction he contended partly resulted from his constant use of the clarinet, which instrument he used while in the Band. Deceased was a regular attendant at the M.E. Church service, while health permitted, uniting with that denomination during Rev. Benjamin Pillsbury's ministry, in 1857, who conducted one of the largest revivals known here. He has one sister living of a family of ten children-Mrs. Sarah Weeks, who is in her 81st year. A wife survives him. The funeral service will be held on Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, from his late residence. The interment will be in Greenfield Cemetery.

(2) MICHAEL J. HICKEY, who died at Far Rockaway on Monday, was engaged in the undertaking and livery stable business. His death is the first occurring in Hempstead Counsel, Royal Arcanum, since it was instituted in 1884. His beneficiary receives $3,000 from the order. He had been a member but a short time.

(3) GARRET VAN COTT, who died at his home south of the village, on Saturday last, had been indisposed for some months past with Bright's disease, which disease terminated in dropsy. His life had been spent in farming. Mass was said in the Chruch of Our Lady of Loretto on Monday and the body buried at Westbury.

(4) CHARLES C. WALTERS, a former resident of our village, died at Bridgeport, Conn., last Thursday. Deceased had been ill with la grippe for two or three weeks. He was a member of Hempstead Lodge, No. 141, I.O.O.F., and his funeral which occurred on Sunday, was attended by members of Robert H. Harris Lodge, No. 99, who conducted the service, burying his remains in their own plot. A wife survives deceased.

Feburary 11, 1892.

MARRIED:
BEDELL-VALENTINE-Roslyn, Jan. 31 (?), by Rev. C. G. Matteson, George T. Bedell and Miss Blanche Valentine.

DENTON-BEDELL-Baldwins, Feb. 1, by Rev. W. P. Fergusen, Mr. Wm. Denton, of East Meadow, and Miss Henrietta Bedell, of Baldwins.

HAWKINS-CORNELIUS-Brooklyn, Feb. 1, by Rev. J. J. White, pastor of the Lee Avenue Tabernacle, Mr. Henry W. Hawkins of Brooklyn, and Miss Mary Emma, daughter of Mr. John Cornelius, of Hempstead.

LA MONTAGNE-CATHERWOOD-San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 4., at St. Mary's Cathedral, by his Grace Archbishop Riordan, of San Francisco, Cal., Louise, daughter of Mrs. C. L. Catherwood, to Ernest C. La Montagne, of New York and Far Rockaway.

SMITH-HALL-Bellmore, Feb. 2, by Rev. James Hall, Mr. Townsend Green Smith and May Hall of Bellmore.

DIED:
BENNETT-Brooklyn, Feb. 9, Lizzie M., daughter of James H. and Anna E. Bennett, of Hempstead, in her 22d year. Interment at Greenfield Cemetery.

BEATTY-Jamaica, Feb. 5, Jane. M., wife of Samuel Beatty in her 36th year.

COCKS-Glen Cove, Feb. 1, Mary, relict of the late Jacob Cocks, aged 73(?) years.

FEENEY-Roslyn, Feb 9, John Feeney, aged 9 years.

FREVORT-Baldwins, Feb. 19, Mrs. Annie Frevort, aged 39 years.

HICKS-Glen Cove, Jan. 23, Margaret, wife of A. V. Hicks, aged 65 years.

LATTEN-Oysterbay, Jan 23, Eliza Latten, aged 26 years.

MARVIN-Jamaica, Feb. 7, Lizzie B. Marvin, only daughter of Henry Marvin, and the late Elizabeth Marvin.

RYERSON-Wantagh, Jan 31, Thomas T. Ryerson, aged 68 yrs.

RUSHMORE-Jericho, Jan. 1, Henrietta, wife of Jacob Rushmore, in her 72d. year.

RYERSON-Bellmore, Jan. 31, Thomas T. Ryerson, aged 68 years.

ST. PEIR-Farmingdale, Jan. 27, Mrs. Mary Ann St. Pier, aged 72 years.

SUMPTER-Valley Stream Jan. 28, Matha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Sumpter, aged 5 months.

WATERS-Jamaica, Feb. 5, John T., Jr., son of John T. and Marietta Waters.

WILEY-Jamaica, Feb 4, Richard Wiley, aged 40(?) years.

FEB. 18, 1892

MARRIED:
SIMONS-DEMOTT-East Meadwo, Feb. 7, by Rev. W. R. Bush, Miss Francina DeMott to Mr. William Simons, both of Rockville Centre.

DIED:
DORLON-Oceanville, Feb. 4, Theodora M., wife of John Dorlon, aged 37 years.

GEOGHEGAN-Glen Cove, Feb. 2 Genevieve, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Georghegan, aged 14 months.

MOTT-Sea Cliff, Jan. 30, infant child of Joseph K. Jr., and Mary Mott, aged 10 months.

MERRITT-Freeport, Susan S. Merritt, wife of Gilbert R. Merritt.

PERRY-Newark, N. J., Feb. 10, Mary T. Perry, aged 50 years.

PETTIT-Hempstead, Feb. 19th, Jane S. Pettit, aged 87 years, 5 months and 2 days.

SONLA-Glen Head, Feb. 2, Alfred S., son of Eugene and Georgianna Sonla, aged 2 years.

TREADWELL-Hempstead, Feb. 15th(?), Edgar Tredwell, Jr., son of Edgar and Sarah Tredwell, aged 15 years, and 6 months and 26 days.

February 25, 1892

Married:
CLARY-HOLLAND-Jamaica, Feb. 17, by Rev. Dr. Poulson, Mr. Thomas W. Clary and Miss Maria Louisa Holland, all of Jamaica.

PLATT-EVERITT-Hempstead, Thursday, Feb. 18th at the residence of the bride's mother, Fulton street, by the Rev. Dr. Moore and Rev. J. A. Davis. Miss Isabelle, daughter of Mrs. and the late Charles H. Everitt, to William Edgar Platt, of Brooklyn.

TODD-TURNER-Hicksville, Feb 23d by Rev. E. Gutweller, Mr. William K. Todd of Brooklyn and Miss Emma Sophie Turner of Hicksville.

Deaths:
AKLEY-Baldwins, Beb, 23d, Mary E. Akley, aged 72 years.

HENDERSON-Rockville Centre, Feb. 18, Cornelius Henderson, aged 80 years.

JOHNSON-Woodfield, Feb. 14, Edith May, daughter of Hiram and Elsie Johnson, aged 3 months.

MILLER-Uniondale, Feb. 21st, Albert Miller aged 91 years.

ROACH-Far Rockaway, Feb. 17, James Roach.

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