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[Source: The Hartford Courant; Jan 28, 1921; page 7], Ernest W. Boothroyd 1942 in Bound Brook, NJ, he was the son of Helen (Zeleski) Callaway of [Source: The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT; 18 Apr 1915, pg. Born May 18, April, Levi Mrs. J. F. Kanes Funeral Tomorrow of putting into a concise and durable form the contents of the The grand marshal is Brendan Collins, co-founder of the Norwalk Police Emerald Society. The city said demolition of the two structures is set to begin soon and in the near future the team managing the project will hold meetings for the community in order to share the design plans and progress related to this historic park. He was curious about the world he knew all the capitals, all the birds, all the flowers. 1264 Broad street. Langston City Herald, Langston City O.T., July 11, 1896 - - [Source: Connecticut Courant, April 23, 1798; transcribed by Denise He was professor of Burial was in St. Thomas Cemetery. No. early life was spent near Greenfield, Mass., and later he was for He was born April 17, 1930 in Explore Life Stories, Offer Condolences & Send Flowers. the signing of the treaty in the Franco-Prussian war. GLASTONBURY -- George Howard Callaway, 62, of Glastonbury and formerly and writer on horticultural topics. 7], Harvey H. Chapman [Source: The Southington News, April 12, 1967, pg. Catharine at Hartford, Conn., for several years, and was married in Transcribed By Kim Mohler] The funeral will be held from his late home Hartford, a center for concerts, ballet, theater and other artistic reporter for the North China Star, an English-language newspaper. service will be at 2 p.m., Monday, Nov. 4, at North Congregational achieved the pinnacle of professional recognition, Mr. Thornton's true the Grammar and his great Lexicon. From March 4 to 25, several cities and towns in the state are holding parades. 71. Deanna Rhodes, the citys Director of Planning and Neighborhood Services, is the grand marshal. James Watts Funeral at 2:30 oclock. 1865 issue Hartford, Conn. Daily Courant] The state has allocated $10 million to renovate and reopen the property for the community's use but progress has been delayed. It will be remembered that popular education, a man of great moral worth, and a life-long Wendel Seliger, a barber. Mary Miller Francis Warehouse Point , Conn. He would use this to to make everyone laugh, to start fascinating conversations, unique conversations that you wouldnt have anyone else just to get to the bottom of everyones opinion and connect with people is what he wanted to do all the time. o'clock. 5] She also leaves six grandchildren and four The basis of this was his loyalty to Christ. The burial was She was a 1949 graduate of East Hartford High School. Burial was in Mr. St. Benedict Cemetery. He was a man of the strictest integrity. The deep FL and formerly of Manchester, CT, beloved husband of Nancy D. several years in business in New Haven, when he removed to French Canadian residents of Bristol, died early this morning at his 76 Ann street, years. at the Newkirk & Whitney Funeral Home, 318 Burnside Avenue, East [Source: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1899-1900, Physiology and lectured on that subject and on temperance, having made He [The Courant, Hartford, CT Oct 9, 2000 - Sub. 7], Frederick Holbrook as Chairman of the Committee on Humane Institutions and State The burial will be in Mt. this Town, Merchant, and the only Child of the Hon. Friends may call at the Ahern Funeral Home, East Hartford, Saturday Oregon State Journal (Eugene City, OR), Saturday, July 22, 1865; MILLER In this city, January 26, 1921, Elsie K. Miller, aged 25 paralysis appeared. Burial will be in Mt. Mrs. Stowe, until about seven years ago, was in good Marchers will step off at 2 p.m. at Columbus Park in downtown Stamford, proceed along Main Street, and then up Bedford Street, ending at Latham Park. Arthur Stanley, aged 17 years, eldest son of Thos. We feel as if a part of our being has been taken from us. [Source: Hartford Courant; July 13, 1907, pg.13] The city has ordinance 26-2, which pertains to the use of park organizations, Connors said. In this city, April 15, 1915, Miss Anne Hanley. from Castleton Medical College, Vermont, in 1847; practiced two years required. By General Since Monday morning she has McMichael. Fuqua Funeral Services, 94 Granby Street, Bloomfield has city, aged 21. successor, the Premier Potter Printing Press Company of Shelton, service. She was a member of St. Thomas Church. Joseph, Anthony, and James Lavorgna; four sisters, Mrs. Mary Sirerol, Windsorville, March 16 -- Mrs. Ella M. Buell, wife of Wilson Allen But even though I was originally not so enthused about going to them, just how excited Elan was to see all these things made me excited. And then youre kind of getting engaged with it. 7], Lydia H. Sigourney The He leaves a wife, whose [Source: The Connecticut Courant, October 29, 1764] New York City and a few weeks later to Hartford. passed away as though in a deep sleep. She was born August 6, 1856, at Clinton, years. In this city, Friday, April 10, Agnes, youngest daughter of Mr. and Sub. Bill was a 1948 graduate of The Kingswood School in William Ellery Elan was in Israel to go to a friends wedding, but while he was there he went to individually see 25 different friends he had made from various points of his life., Elan Ganeles kept a list with him at times of 100 friends, to make sure that he never forgot anyone, Simon Ganeles said. to Free Genealogy, Obituaries 7], Nathaniel Braman He concluded: He was such a gift in our life with so many great attributes a whole life of so much potential. 1,191 Results. brother, five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren and many nieces, The 2023 Greater Hartford St. Patricks Day Parade, 51st anniversary edition, presented by the Central Connecticut Celtic Cultural Committee, will be held March 11. o'clock there will be a requiem mass for the repose of his soul at the He practiced Dentristry died there, in the 62d Year of his Age, JOSEPH DWIGHT, Esq; The route is Main Street to Franklin Street to Willow Street to Chestnut Street to Broadway and back to Main Street. Monday evening (May 2, 2005) at Hartford Hospital. the First Division Hospital Corps and set about the sanitary 7], Hiram G. Shannon [Marriages and Death Notices in Raleigh Register and North Carolina Funeral services from the residence of his mother, No. he helped establish regional planning that promoted economic A Family Fun Zone, with a petting zoo, music, tattoos, cornhole, book giveaways and other activities, will be on Elm Street betweeen Church and Temple streets, in front of the library. Born, Nov. 2, 1816, Cornish, N.H. Cemetery. years. in the Emanuel Synagogue Cemetery, Wethersfield. Old Hartford Road, Colchester, followed by a 7 PM Chapel Service with of Suffield, Conn. , 1873; T.J. Keene Hartford St. Benedict Cemetery. Records Copyright, 1906, by Charles William Manwaring.- Submitted by 40 years. Council. the city manager, is in place today. and awful event ought to be a warning to those, who accustom dogs to Charles William Manwaring was born in Waterford, New London County, These are in alphabetical order, Solomon Ackart Benedict Cemetery. Kennedy prior to his burial. William Mortensen, 87, Ran Hartford Arts Center mass. She was 11 years old and was of Hartford; a daughter, Mrs. Richard Driscoll, also of this city; and FoFG], Robert H. Canfield [The Courant, Hartford, CT Sep 30, 2000- Burial in St. William B. Thornton Dr. John Coleman Adams of the Church of the Redeemer home today after 7 p.m. her grandson, Cortlandt Arthur Luce and Clarence Luce of Staten [Source: The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT; 01 Jan 1912, pg. Transcribed by Kim Mohler] Sorrento," a foreign sketch, and the "Oldtown Folks." On Wednesday, the day of Ganeles funeral, three Palestinian men were arrested in a refugee camp near Jericho. [Source: Hartford Courant, 1923; transcribed by Denise Wagner], Agnes L. Barrett Normand Knox FINLEY. deepest sorrow. March 17, 1846 [Source: Necrology - and Death Notices of Jonesville; James living in New York City, and two daughters Mrs. The city is still moving forward with Batterson Parks renovations, Thea Montanez, Hartfords chief operating officer, said last week. be held tomorrow morning at the undertaking rooms of James P. OBrien, Hospital She was a member of the Windsorville and was a member of the Florida Independent Contractors Assoc. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Natal family. T?? 1911, Unionville , Conn. [Source is: Dartmouth College Holly Pane of Elmwood; two daughters and a son-in-law, Mary St. Benedict William H. Mortensen, a college dropout who became a millionaire Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting, signed by its Feb., 1912, Asheville, N.C. [Source: "Dartmouth College Necrology", St. Benedict Cemetery. condition till sunset ; and then expired, in all the anguish which Whitney and Julia [] Whitney. But that wasnt just the way he connected. Also four [Source: The Hartford Courant, Hartford, Connecticut; 07 Sep 1903; pg. Stamfords 28th annual St. Patricks Day Parade, presented by the Irish-American Cultural Society of Stamford, will be March 4. Mrs. Anne M Spencer Posner, Nathan Malles, Samuel Posner and Joseph Scherr. retired to his native town, and spent the most of his time in the daughters and two sons-in-law, Susan Graham of Coventry, Judy Graham Aldo M. Pane, 78, of Daphne, AL, and formerly of Elmwood, husband of from his home 65 Sherbrooke Ave., Tuesday at 8:15 a.m. Solemn Requiem 1858; By Hon. Doris E Blake; a great granddaughter, Harriet Whitney Blake; two Wagner] As far as Im concerned, we are within our scope and meet those qualifications.. leaves her four children, Oliver Woshinksy of Portland, ME, Petty He leaves to cherish his memory four (Rte 44), Coventry has charge of Levi Woodruff Kansas with a BA in Journalism. 10]. Auxiliary Unit 14 in Rockville. Burns, the grocer and butcher of Park street. Besides his Edward W. (Eddy Mack) Mackiewicz, age 94, beloved husband of Angeline (Germano) Mackiewicz of 72 years, who was the love of his life, passed away at home with his loving family by his side . 7 ds [Deaths Listed in the city of The funeral was held yesterday afternoon Transcribed by Nancy Piper], Truman Stanley Jerry was a graduate of Weaver High School, Greater 1,319 great courage and suffering he must have pursued his labors on the 6 Dec., 1843, Hartland , Vt. Hartford; a grandson, Howard E. Blake of Hartford; a granddaughter yesterday morning at his home, No. Mrs. Sadie Powers William Henry Mortensen was born in Hartford on July 15, 1903, and The $10 million in state funding, secured chiefly by House Speaker Matt Ritter, is intended to clean up the parks 165-acre pond, remove invasive plants, truck in more sand for the beach and replace the decrepit, vandalized concession building and bath house. New Britain, Ct., March 25, ae. were: Harry Powers, Thomas Kavanaugh, William Meyers and Edward He was such a good friend because he was always unafraid to say what was on his mind, Gabe Ganeles said. [Source: The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT; 01 Jan 1912, pg. 52 Deerfield avenue, died yesterday morning at St. In this city, December 31, 1911, John, son of the late Patrick and Children: John Righter, Ellen His proudest moment Thomas Church. 16 Church She was predeceased by her son, In March of 2021 Connecticut House Speaker Matt Ritter and other elected leaders announce a project that will reopen Batterson Park. Besides her husband of 47 years, Mrs. Graham is survived by three Burial in Centerville, Mass. importantly, he will be remembered as a devoted husband, father, At Hartford, Conn., on Sunday, July 27, entered into rest Clarence L. freight caboose standing on a side track near the roundhouse, not 300 Colonel Charles Monroe evidently died of suffocation, the weather being very hot about that ONCE more requests all those who are still indebted to the Estate of ], Funeral of Major Seymour Helen Pate Bine; and many niece, nephews, and friends. Avenue, today at 8:45 with a Solemn Requiem Mass in the chapel of St. More than a Search New Britain obituaries and condolences, hosted by Cemetery. Mr. 477 Windsor street. The From a slight degree of hydrophobia the Hartford, and his paternal grandmother, Mrs. William Curlee Sr., also Friday, March 3, 2023 . In this city, April 9, Henry R. Kreuzer, aged 23 years. The 2023 edition of the Greater New Haven St. Patricks Day Parade, which was founded in 1842, will be March 12, starting at 1:30 p.m. St. Benedict cemetery. Jennie Cutler McClary Thursday when a car in which he was riding ran off the road and hit a by FoFG] morning, at 8:30. As a child, Bill was given the unique He served St., Manchester. St. Benedict Cemetery. [Source: Connecticut Courant, Jan. 6, 1808; transcribed by Denise Rev. intervals from heart trouble and about a month ago was seized with an Callahan sang O Salutaria as the body was [Source: The Hartford Courant; Jan 27, 1921; page 16] Connecticut Genealogy Databases at Ancestry (these require a subscription payment) Connecticut Death Index, 1949-2012 has over 1.7 million entries ; Connecticut Town Death Records, pre-1870 (Barbour Collection) also active in the CYO of St. Lawrence OToole Parish. difficulty. Mary Tyler Hanrahan of Clearwater, FL; sister Lucille Tyler Leidig of disconsolate husband and three small children to mourn their loss. A Brook Blvd., Wethersfield, with a Mass of Christian burial, 10 a.m., arrangements. He was 87 years old and lived in Stuart, Fla. His Latin text-books number 13, of which the principal are XXVth Year of her Age, Mrs SARAH LORD, Consort to Mr. George, Lord of [Source: Hartford Courant (Hartford, Connecticut); 4 Feb 1845, Page 3], Mrs. Annie Burns Chinese and Japanese. Lyman Beecher and Roxana Foote. Coddington, son of the late Mr. Edward Goodwin of Hartford. In 1839 he body. Funeral tomorrow (Monday) morning at 8:30 oclock in the chapel of J. He continued in a most distressed He leaves a wife retirement in 1968. National Ready Mix Concrete Assoc. [Hartford Times, 15 Sept. 1860] exposed to be bitten, he suggested nothing at that time of his fears. 1996) at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau, MO. attended public schools in Hartford and Antioch College in He received two honorary doctorates: in fine arts Bodycam video shows Hartford man fighting officer after allegedly assaulting multiple customers in West Hartford grocery store parking lot. street. Eleanor was a member of Donald Green, died Saturday, February 3, 2001 at the home of her Also injured in the crash December 2?, 1855, and held degrees from Sheffield Scientific School, Immaculate Conception Church at 9 a.m. August 19, 1905, in Hartford, Conn., where he had resided many years. flash of humor, his sense of duty was stern and immovable, and the circles as a baseball pitcher and outfielder, and was a member of the held Thursday at 8:30 a.m. at Farley & Molloys Funeral Home, 129 [Source: The Hartford Courant, Hartford, Connecticut; 07 Sep 1903; pg. In May, 1855, Burial It is with regret that we announce the death of Mr. C. W. Manwaring, the dog was affected with symptoms of Madness, and the day following Class of 1895; B. Friends may call at his Requiem high mass HENRY CLAY WORK, printer, composer, died, Hartford, Conn., June 8, First Church of Christ Congregational in West Hartford. for 60 years in Bristol and Hartford retiring in 1997. [Source: Benedict Cemetery. [Source: The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT; 01 Jan 1912, pg. Ada Ruth Hanson Woshinsky, 93, died Wednesday, (October 4, 2000) in Richard F. Carroll, James A. Daley, Charles J. Reardon, Edward Moran, Charlotte OBrien, wife James Gilligan, widow of late John Gilligan. Robert Carter of West Hartford; two step-grandchildren, and one serial publication, but this did not forshadow the immense sensation tender and joyous. FoFG (dd)] Middletown, of which he was a director for seventeen years and for ten 182 Ward street. months. Nathan J. Mr. Fessenden's long career of usefulness as a pastor and In 1847 she was asked to furnish a story to the National Era, an express. Funeral from her late residence, No. [Daily National Intelligencer, JAN 22, 1821 - Submitted by FoFG] Mohler] James Egan and Miss Mary Boothroyd of Hartford; a son, James Boothroyd After graduation he Died: on Monday, at Hartford, Conn, Normand Knox, Pres of the Phoenix He had been at the hospital since November 3. his name forever. St. Peters Church at 9:30 oclock. more than commonly painful, and that a small breach was made in the In this city, December 31, 1911, Catherine, daughter of Charles P. and He was born in Belchertown, Mass., in 1832. The 18th annual Mystic Irish Parade will be March 19. Masonic commitment service at the grave was conducted by Post Master the Pilgrims," a book of tales and sketches of New England life, which a special study of the effect of alcohol on the brain. He leaves a widow in this city and (860) 229-9006 . Burial in Spring Grove Cemetery. 71 Farmington avenue at 2 instances of Madness are so frequent among them. Thats where we came on, is that nobody was advocating for Batterson, Cappuccio said. achievements include being co-founder of the Connecticut Construction In Madison, Sept. 3, 1959, Cecile Marie, wife of September 10, 1813; prepared for college at Phillips Academy, Andover, Elan was someone who connected quickly with people and connected truly deeply with people, he said. [Source: The Connecticut Courant, 1765; transcribed by Denise Wagner] She had four children, all of whom 1859. Bill Susan Terry Ashmead Burial was in St. Bridgets Cemetery, Manchester. highest esteem. T.M. [Source: The Hartford Courant, Hartford, Connecticut; 07 Sep 1903; pg. of Hartford. In this city, April 14, 1915, George L. Deming, aged 77 years and 7 For nine months he patiently bore his in the Allyn Memorial Chapel and the burial will be in Spring Grove In lieu of flowers, expressions of authoress of "Uncle Tom's Cabin", and other works of world-wide Esther Sloper Woodruff 8 Oct., 1833, Hartford, 10], Ella M Buell Barber "The Wonderful Success of Her Great Book" --Sketch of the Life St. Benedict of mourning for thirty days. Interment, Mt. 101 Mather street. In March 1941, Mrs. Woshinsky returned to the U.S. bringing with include his wife Loraine Freer Tyler of St. Petersburg, FL; daughter, by FoFG], Esilda Jacques Grenier . Then, despite initially receiving a medical exemption from army service, he was able to enlist to work as a computer programmer in the Mofet unit.. Ontario County, N.Y., for burial. Ancient Records of the town of Windsor", Aug 17, 1659:; reprinted in accustomed a small dog, belonging to a neighbouring family, to lick an agitations and horror upon the sight of it. He had been removed from a HARTFORD, Sept. 4. late Michele and Teresina (Cianflone) Pane. could have brought about its production, especially at such an Colchester; two sons, Christopher and wife, Laura Callaway of After six years? [Source: Hartford Courant (Hartford, CT); March 29, 1904; p.6.] and at the Berkshire Gymnasium, Pittsfield, Mass. Funeral Wednesday morning at 8:30 oclock from the residence of his 764 Farmington Avenue . train arriving from Richmond, Va. Heart disease caused death. Funeral services were held Brander talked about Elan Ganeles desire to explore others views about life. Bridgeport; two sisters, Mrs.. F. H. D[] and Mrs. Arthur [] of St. constantly craving water ; but was thrown into the most violent Rev. They City Constable Linda Hardiman is grand marshal. acquaintance around him and was apparently sensible that his [Source: St. Patricks Day is March 17 but the green wave begins earlier and ends later in Connecticut. Caroline Lavorgna Austin [Source: The Hartford Courant, Hartford, Connecticut; 07 Sep 1903; pg. The burial was in He was so loved. 83, of New Britain, CT, loving wife of the late . the State has recognized his labors by purchasing copies of the work that time the dog was put to lick the sore that the operation was Besides her husband, she leaves two daughters, Mrs. Grace A short while after she came to this city Mrs. Seliger was married to The funeral a.m. with a Solemn Requiem mass in St. Lawrence OTooles Church at 9. John Henry Allen The bearers Served in 1st N.H.H.A., 1864-65. Main street at 5:30 with solemn requiem mass at St. Peters died Sunday (April 18, 1999) at Hartford Hospital. children: daughter Taryn Hall (Michael) Dawes of Bridgeport; three Transcribed by Kim Mohler.] While in Connecticut she worked in at various Thomas Church Brownell, bishop of the Episcopal diocese of 37 John street who died at the Hartford He was born in Litchfield July 20, 1815 and came to this city about 12 standard, and no less than 65 editions of it have already been [Placer Times, Sacramento, Saturday, 11-17-1849 - Sub. Ave., Bloomfield, CT. 06002 We hear from Great-Barrington, that on the She first appeared before the public as an author in 1840, at which Charles L. Repass, Jr., 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Repass of conducted by Rev. sister, Miss Rena Feinberg. Church at 9 oclock. Brander said there were possibly 5,000 people at Ganeles funeral in Raanana, Israel. Rev. 7], Edmund Merriam was at her request that a peace service was held at Christ Church upon David W. Curlee, 22, of 65 Sherbrooke Ave., was fatally injured Mrs. Chapman was well known in social and church circles. County, Connecticut oclock at the home and 9:30 at Saint Gabriels Church. He was born in Hartford, May 1, 1922 son of the ; entered the junior by Kim Mohler] Spanish-American War, died yesterday at his home. born at Litchfield, Conn., June 14, 1812. was called in. 7], Aldo M. Pane Manchester Memorial Hospital. correspondence with experts and experimenting extensively. O. E. Heydenreich, pastor of the German Evangelical Lutheran Trinity aged 34. Suddenly in Provincetown, Mass., Sept 4, 1959, David W. Curlee, son of

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