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Nassau Daily Review

December 24, 1929

DEATHS:
SMITH-suddenly at Hartford, Conn., on Dec. 24, Charlotte Finey Smith, wife of David T. Smith, 106 Forest ave., Rockville Centre. Services at the home of Miss Elizabeth D. Thompkins, 176 Greenwich st. Hempstead, Friday afternoon at 2 0'clock. Interment Maple Grove cemetery, Richmond Hill, Petitt Brothers.

WENDLER, PETER- The funeral of Peter Wendler, 70 years old, who died Monday, will be held tonight at 8 o'clock from the residence, 100 Brower avenue, Oceanside. He is survived by his wife, Barbara. (and father of Katharine Donnelly) Mr. Wendler was born in Germany and moved to the United States many years ago. He had lived in Oceanside seven years. He was a retired butcher. Interment Evergreen cemetery.

Marriage Licenses:
Marriage Licenses have been issued by Town Clerk Franklin C. Gilbert of Hempstead to:
Jacob Schenker, Hudson Heights, N.J., and Miss Elsie Gersman, 1057 Mora place, Woodmere.

Robert Meginnity and Miss Gladys Louis Grinnell, both of Detroit, Mich.

Thomas Vincent Kelly, 42 Wallace street, and Miss Anita Florence Huse, 27 Lena avenue, both of Freeport.

Joseph Spurm Callela and Miss Eleanore Emilla Vasalla, both of Jackson ave., Seaford.

George Maynard DeMott, 436 Hempstead ave., and Miss Adeline Albro, 185 Harvard avenue, both of Rockville Centre.

William Kenneth Neff, 27 Bedell street, Freeport, and Miss Rosa Theresa Graffagnino, Camp and Meadowbrook road, North Merrick.

Jan. 03, 1930

Marriage licenses have been issued by Deputy Town Clerk William H. Valentine of Hempstead to:
Raymond Stryjewski and Miss Stella Swuenska, both of South Tenth street, New Hyde Park.

J. Austin Wyatt, 15 Devore road, Hempstead, and Miss Bessie Eloise Freeman, 24 Fourth street, Valley Stream.

George Oscar J(?)thannsen, Wantagh avenue, amd Miss Barbara Emma Wiebel, Seaman's Neck road, both of Wantagh.

Roman Frances Oleksiak, 31 Villa court, and Miss Mae Francis Drest, 59 Beverly avenue, Hempstead.

Siegfried Karl Robert Rocaler, Warner avenue, and Miss Clara H. Ripley, 32 Maxwell street, both of Hempstead.

Deaths:
CARBONO, CARMILORE, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Serverine Carbono, died Wednesday morning at her home on Atlantic avenue, Oceaside, a few minutes after the passing of the old year.

SMITH, MARCUS A., of 43 Sylvan avenue, Valley Stream, died Thursday afternoon at his home, after an illness of several months. He was 59 years old. Mr. Smith was secretary of Charles&/co., fruiterers, opposite Grand Central station, New York, more than 30 years. He was born in New Berlin, where he received his education. At an early age he came to live in New York city. About 17 years ago he removed to Valley Stream. He was married to Florence Newburgh 20 years. Surviving him, beside his widow, is one daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Alford, of Forest avenue, Valley Stream.

RANDEL, WILLIAM F., of Brooklyn formerly a well known resident of Rockville Centre, died last week while visiting his daughter, Mrs Annie Rohney in Princeton, W. Va., Mr. Randel, is well known lawyer and prominent in fraternal circles, had lived for a number of years at 46 Morris avenue, Rockville Centre and was a member of Massapequa Lodge F. and A.M. of Rockville Centre. Born in Manhattan, the son of the late Mortimer A. Randel and Mary A. Randel, William F. Randel represented the third generation of the family to be born in the one house which was established as the Randel home in 1751. He has been making his home in the Grand hotel, Manhattan, for the past six years. He was a graduate of City College, and was a 32nd degree Mason, a Past Master of Euclid Lodge 656, F. and A.M. and a Grand Officer of the Grand lodge. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Annie P. Randel, two daughters, a son and a sister, Mrs. Leonora Randel Sawyer whose home is at 132 Morris avenue, Rockville Centre.

KNIFFEN, OTIS A., treasurer of the Knox Hat company, died at his home in Rockville Centre, after a short illness of pneumonia, on New Year's day at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, at the age of 38.

CORNWELL,at Baldwin, Long Island, on January 3, 1930, Wallace H. Cornwell, age 75, husband of Ella D. Cornwell, father of Arthur B. Cornwell, brother of Mary Webb. Services at his residence, 68(?) Merrick road, Baldwin, Long Island, Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. Interment Greenfield Cemetery, Sunday afternoon. Petitt Bros.

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