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APRIL 4, 1890; Friday

WHEALEY-SKIDMORE-Freeport, March 31, by Rev. Geo. S. (?smear) Pell, Mr. Anthony Whealey to Mrs. Lillian Skidmore, both of Hempstead.

HORTON-ABRAMS-East Rockaway, March 26, by Rev. S. K. Sparr, Mr. John Charles Horton to Miss Lyda Ann Abrams, both of East Rockaway.

SPRINGFIELD-The marriage of Mr. Thomas Golder to Miss Henrietta Baylis was solemnized at the bride's mother's residence on Wednesday evening by Rev. Mr. Rutherford.

Deaths: (22)NORTON, Woodsburgh, March 27, Homer Norton, son of John L. B. and Mrs. Norton, aged 19 years.

BEDELL-Hempstead, March 28, George H. Bedell, aged 34 years.
Son of Abner Bedell, leaves a wife and 2 children.

Henry Wanzer died on Saturday, aged fifty-five years and six months. The funeral took place in the M. P. Church on Monday and was attended by a very large number of friends. Mr. Wanzer had been in poor health for about two years, during which time his life seemed to slowly ebb away. He enjoyed the full measure of respect and esteem of his neighbors, who keenly feel the loss of a true and vained friend. Three children survive him, Mrs. George H. Mott, George and Jennie Wanzer.

ELMONT-Mr. and Mrs. Theo. W. VanDine have the heartfelt sympathy of the community in their bereavement in the death of their little daughter Inie, who died on Sunday morning of that dread scourge diphtheretic croup. She was a remarkable bright and interesting child and intelligent beyond her years.

LONG ISLAND-Mrs. George S. Cary, mother of Mrs. Nelson G. Carman, Jr., of Brooklyn, with whom she resided, died on Saturday. Mrs. Cary was well known in Babylon, where she had summered for a number of years.

LONG ISLAND-Mrs. Catharine A. Van Nostrand, widow of the late Norman Van Nostrand, died at her residence in Ridgewood Wednesday, in the 75th year of her age. Mrs. Van Nostrand was the mother of Supervisor Van Nostrand, and a connection of the Everitt family of Jamaica.

ROCKAWAY-The infant child of Dennis O'Neill died on Friday.

ROCKAWAY-Mrs. Mary Murphy, mother of the late Father Murphy, died on Saturday at the advanced age of ninety years. The funeral took place on Monday at St. Mary's Star of the Sea, and the interment was at Lawrence. Mrs. Murphy had resided in this village for many years and was held in high esteem by all.

HEMPSTEAD-Mrs. Peter Thomas died on Wednesday, after a brief illness. She was the daughter of Mr. Asa Pettit of Baldwins and a most estimable lady, devoted to her home. Much sympathy is felt for Mr. Thomas and his daughter in their sad bereavement.

APRIL 11, 1890; Friday
FOSTER-JOHNSON- Inwood, March 18, by Rev. S. G. Appleget, Mr. Joseph Foster to Miss Lafayette Johnson, all of Inwood.

Mulliner-Ritter-Hempstead, April 9, by Rev. R. Rushmore, Mr. Harry R. Mulliner of Hempstead, to Miss Kate Ritter of Baldwins.

Cornwell-Langdon- Oceanville, March 26, by Rev. D. M. Buchanan, Mr. Frank W. Cornwell, of Baldwins, to Miss Annie Langdon, of East Rockaway

RITCHIE-Patchogue, April 4, Mrs. Phebe Ritchie, aged 84 years. Interment at Freeport

PEARSALL-Rockville Centre, April 3, Sarah A., wife of Benjamin Pearsall, aged 78 years, 8 months and 18 days.

McKIM-Richmond, Va., April 7, Joseph McKim, Jr., only son of Joseph McKim, of Far Rockaway, aged 16 years.

APRIL 18, 1890; Friday

Deaths: Inwood
The two-year-old daughter of Lemuel Haynes died on Sunday. Funeral took place Tuesday at the M. P. Church. Interment at Lawrence.

Mrs. Elizabeth Hewlett, widow of the late Benjamin Hewlett, died on Thrusday. The funeral took place Sunday afternoon in Trinity Church.

Mr. John C. Hicks, aged 63 years, died on Friday morning. The funeral took place Monday in Trintiy Church. Mr. Hicks had never been married, but kept bachelor's hall; and was the owner of considerable property. He leaves neither parents, brother nor sister.

MISS MARY ALLISON, formerly a teacher in the publick schook, died of consumption at her home in New York on Monday.

The yougest child of Thomas Longsworth, a son, died on Friday. The funeral took place Sunday morning and the remains were taken to Calvary Cemetery.

Hyner-Amityville, April 12, infant child of Chas. and Lilly Hyner.

Wright-Freeport, April 10, Harry, son of Joseph H. and Annie Wright, aged 8 months.

(23)Bedell- Freeport, April 10, Mary, wife of Jesse Bedell, aged 70 years, 5 months, and 12 days.

Bedell-Freeport, April 14, Jess Bedell, aged 76 years, 6 months and 5 days.

Pettit-Freeport, April 14, Mrs. Jane Petitt, aged 60 years, 8 months and 18 days.

Murray-Bellmore, April 13, Michael Murray, aged 34 years.

Bedell- Uniondale, April 8, Catharine Bedell, aged 67 years.

Cornwell-Elmont, April 8, Timothy Cornwell, aged 59 years, 9 months and 17 days.

Smith-Smithville South, April 8, Mary Elizabeth, wife of Joseph C. Smith, aged 59 years and 5 months.

Maloney- South Oyster Bay, April 9, Isabella Maloney, aged 65 years.

APRIL 25, 1890; Friday

Springfield- Cornelias Stoothoff is not only a husband but a daddy new- a girl.

Waring-Keene-Bellmore-April 13, by Rev. Mr. Hall, Mr. Anthony Waring, of Gravesend, to Maggie Keene of Brooklyn.

Mr. George Hummel and Miss Matilda Hoffman were married in St. Boniface Church Tuesday morning.

(24)Golder-Freeport-April 18, Elisa, youngest daughter of Charles and Amelia Golder, aged 20 years, 10 months, and 2 days.

Brower-East Rockaway, April 20, Sarah Jane Brower, aged 64 years, 3 months, and 25 days.

Pearsall-East Rockaway, April 21, Caroline Pearsall, aged 63 years, 9 months, and 1 day.

The widow of the late James Shaw was buried from the M. E. Church Sunday afternoon.

Rockaway Beach
Henry Mueller, aged 61 years, died suddenly on Saturday. He was an old soldier and had in his possession an honorable discharge. As he died without funds with which to defray the cost of burial, the interest of some of the Grand Army men was enlisted in his behalf, and he was buried with fitting honors in Rockville Centre Cemetery, Rev. Mr. Hill officiating at the grave.

MRS. J. LAWRENCE SMITH-On Sunday last, Mrs. J. Lawrence Smith, widow of Ex-Judge Smith, of Suffolk County, died at her residence in New York City. Mrs. Smith was a daughter of the late James Clinch, and a niece of At. T. Stewart. In the recent settlement of the Stewart will contest, she came in at one the heirs, her share amounting to $3,500,000.

The Numbers () next to the names have obituaries for them; Please see OBITUARIES for corresponding numbers.



Transcribed and Edited© by Linda Pearsall Harvey