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FRIDAY OCTOBER 03, 1890

Married:
Burling-Mills-Rockville Centre, Sept. 22, by Rev. S. K. Spahr, Mr. Joseph Bruling to Miss Georgianna Mills, both of East Rockaway.

Southard-Pettit-Baldwins, Sept. 28, by Rev. Geo. Filmer, Mr. Walter Southard to Miss Isabella M. Pettit, all of Baldwins.

Wilson-Raynor-Hempstead, Sept. 21, by Rev. Dr. Moore, Mr. Arthur H. Wilson, of Baldwins, to Miss Alice, daughter of John H. Raynor, Esq. of Freeport.

Deaths:
Miller-Valley Stream, Oct. 1, Wm. L. Miller, aged 73 years, 5 months and 24 days.
Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend the funeral this (Thursday) evening at 7 o'clock at his late residence.

Landgraf-Franklin Square, Sept. 28, Joseph Landgraf, aged 66 years, 1 month and 5 days.

Carman-Baldwins, Sept. 21, Charles Henry, son of Jacob and Georgianna Carman, aged 1 year, 10 months and 28 days.

Simonson-Pearsalls, Sept. 21, Amelia Ann Simonson, aged 62 years and 11 days.

Ownes-Valley Stream, Sept. 27, Daisy, daughter of Chas. and Theodora Owens, aged 2 years, 8 months and 14 days.

OCTOBER 10, 1890

Death:
Hunt-Bellmore, Oct. 5, William L. Hunt, aged 75 years and 8 months.

OCTOBER 17, 1890

Marriage:
Cedarhurst-Mr. Lewis Ryan, Jr., of Philadelphia, Pa., and Miss Alice E. McNeill formerly of this place, were united in marriage in Philadelphia, by Rev. J. R. Miller, on Thursday, Sept. 25.

Deaths:
Baldwin-Merrick, Oct. 12, Sarah A. Baldwin, aged 77 years, 4 months and 7 days.

MacArthur-Seaford, Oct. 12, John MacArthur, aged 61 years, 5 months, and 12 days.

Mulvey-Assistant yard master Michael Mulvey of the Long Island Railroad at Hunter's Point had both legs cut off in the yard by a switching engine about 8 o'clock Sunday evening and died shortly afterward. Mulvey was about 40 years old, and had been in the employ of the railroad company for more than 15 years. He leaves a widow and four little children.

Bunce-Woodsburgh-Mr. Joshua E. Bunce, aged twenty-eight years, brother of Mrs. F. A. Darling, died at the residence of his sister on Sunday Morning. He had been ill for several months. He formerly was employed in a rubber factory at Cambridge, Mass., but last spring he was compelled to give up work on account of failing health. His remains were taken to Setauket, His native place, for interment on Monday morning.

Seaman-Newtown-Anthony Seaman, of Newtown, died at the residence of his brother Allen Seaman, on Friday afternoon in the 79th year of his age. He had been sick for nearly six years. The funeral took place on Monday, and the interment was in Trinity Cemetery.

OCTOBER 24, 1890

Marriages:
Taylor-Luckey-Hempstead, Oct. 15, at St. George's Rectory, by Rev. Dr. Moore, Mr. James Taylor, of Westbury, to Miss Ella Maud Luckey of Hempstead.

Carman-Harrington-Hempstead, Oct. 12, by Rev. J. A. Davis, Mr. Walter L. Carman, of Baldwins, to Miss Lillie L., daughter of Daniel Harrington, of Hempstead.

Bates-Pettit-New York, Sept. 28, by Rev. Dr. Houghton, Mr. Charles S. Bates to Miss Jennette Pettit, both of Hempstead.

Deaths:
Watson-Uniondale, Oct. 14, Amanda Watson, aged about 50 years.

Cotte-Brooklyn, Oct. 16, John B. Cotte, aged 83 years.

Thomas-Baldwins, Oct. 17, Capt. John Thomas, aged 83 years.

OCTOBER 31, 1890

Marriage:
Ritter-Clemmons-Baldwins, Oct. 26, by Rev. George Filner, Mr. Robert R. Ritter, of Baldwins, to Miss Bertha V. Clemmons.

Deaths:
Baldwin-Hempstead, Oct. 23, Mary, widow of the late Michael Baldwin, in her 90th year.

Powell-East Meadow, Oct. 24, Theodore F., infant child of John W. and Elizabeth Powell.


The Numbers next to the names have obituaries for them.
Please see OBITUARIES 1-27
for corresponding numbers.
Obituaries 28-

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