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Description: Death/Legal Notices

Date: December 27 1902

Newspaper published in: Ellicott City

The Ellicott City Times, Ellicott City, MD
Saturday, December 27, 1902


- William BROWN of J.

One of the oldest residents of Montgomery County, well known also in Howard County, died Thursday, December 18, 1902, aged 83. His home was near Brookville where he was born, owned by his father before him.

He had four sons and four daughters. His wife died 8 to 10 years ago; she was the sister of Frederick and Ephraim BROWN. One of his daughters is the w/o Irving O. RIDGELY of Clarksville and another daughter, Miss Lavinia BROWN, is a teacher at Brighton. Abell BROWN, a son, is engaged in Clarksville store of Zepp and Son. The funeral will be at the homestead.

- John Thomas FLANAGAN, age 15, died at City Hospital from appendicitis on December 24. There will be a requiem mass at St Paul's, with interment at St Mary's Cemetery near St Charles College. He was a student at Rock Hill College. His father died some years ago and his mother lives in Ellicott City.

Legal Notices

- KENNY Estate

Cornelius D. KENNY died December 11. 1902 with a will written June 28, 1901 and probated on December 23, 1902. His second wife was Frances Fast KENNY and his children were: Clara, Isidore, Emily and Eleanor. His sisters were: Sarah (known as Sister Aloysia), Mary (known as Sister Isidore), and Ellen (known as Sister Marie).

His first wife had four children and a daughter Frances is mentioned.

Hamilton G. FAST, George A. BOSSIE and his wife were to carry on his business.


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