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o! Unionville; Mrs. Thomas Kelly of Torrinst-on, Torrinst-on, Torrinst-on, Mrs. Edward Shannon of West Hartford, Dr. William R. Hanrahan Hanrahan of Elizabeth, N. J. A son, Lnuij, C. Hanrahan. was the. first from this village to enlist in the World War and the first to die on the battlefield in France. Mr. Hanrahan also leaves eignt ciandchildren and two nieces. Mrs. Dennis Connors of Collinsvil.e and Mrs. Catherine Cunningham of Hartford. Hartford. He was a member of Uncas Council, Council, Knights of Columbus, and the American Insurance Union. He had aiwavs interested himself in the civis life of the viliase. though he never souzht public office. He was a Democrat Democrat and ;.ince his retirement from active work was always found bvwf at work at the noils on election day. Onlv two weeks ago he. worked at the polls from 5:15 a. m. until 6 p. m The funeral will be held Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock with a solemn high mass at St. Mary's Church. Burial will be In St. Mary's Cemetery. Mrs. Eliza 11. Wait. Rockviile. Nov. 17. (Special.) Mrs. E'iza H. Waite. widow of Edward Waite. and mother of Mayor A. E. Waite, died late Sunday night at her home, 133 Union Street. She was 81 vears old and had been in ill health for some time. She was born in England, the daughter of Charles and Mary Howell and came to this country in 1868, ccming directlv to this city. She was a member of the Rockviile Methodist Church, and she served as president of the Ladies' Aid Society of the church for a period. She was active a!;o in other departments of the church. t Mrs. Waite leaves four children, llllllllillfllfil Mayor A. E. Waite of Rockviile, Mrs, John McKinstry of Ellington. Mrs. Gilbert Colwell of Bridgeport and Chester P. Waite of Chicago, 111. Also five grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Sarah Farr of this city. The funeral will be held Wednesday a; 3 p. m. at her home at 138 Union Street. Rev. M. E. Osborne, pastor of the Rockviile Methodist Church. iciating. Burial will be l:i Grove . Hili Cemetery. Mrs. Pauline S. Lambert. Windsor Locks, Nov. 17. tSpecial.) Mrs. Pauline S. (Merwin) Lambert, wr'e ot Albert H. Lambert, died at Chapln Memorial Hospital in Springfield Springfield at midnight Sunday after a short illness. She was a native o' Westbrook. a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Merwin and had lor many years been actively interested in social activities throughout the state, being a member of the Hearthstone Hearthstone Club of Hartford and a charter charter member of the Puckwana Club of Westbrook, also a member of the Congregational Church of this town and active in the Young Women s Club of that church. Besides her husband she leaves her parents and one brother, Spencer Merwin of Aurora, Aurora, 111. Prayer service will be held at her nome on Center Street Tuesday evening at 7:30 and funeral services at the home ot her parent j in Westbrook on Wednesday after-1 after-1 after-1 noon at 2 o'clock with burial in Cypress Cypress Cemetery in Westbrook. Rev. Philip M. Finegan. Baltimore, Nov. 17. ( AP. Funt.-al Funt.-al Funt.-al services for Rev. Philip M. Fine -; -; gan. S. J., who died yesterday m a Baltimore hospital, will be held tomorrow tomorrow morning at St. Ignatius Church, it was announced today. Father Finegan was born in New

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  1. Hartford Courant,
  2. 18 Nov 1930, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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