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Washington Times
Washington Times
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Description: Rockville News Page 12

Date: March 26 1915

Newspaper published in: Washington, D. C.

Washington Times March 26, 1915 Rockville News Page 12


William A. BOGLEY, aged seventy-nine years, died Wednesday from bronchial pneumonia. He is survived by his widow, who was a Miss HANEY, of this county; seven daughters and four sons. The funeral will take place at 10:30 o'clock tomorrow morning from the residence.
Mrs. Mary B. LEWIS, aged fifty-two, wife of William J. LEWIS, died at her home near Cedar Grove, from pneumonia. She is survived by her husband and one son, Russell C. LEWIS, of Westminster, Md. Mrs. LEWIS was a daughter of Lorenzo D. WATKINS, of this county.
Miss Shemo MONATO, nineteen years old, and Ottu Kiche KONISHE, aged twenty-nine, Japanese, both of Washington, were married here yesterday by the Rev. Thomas A. HAUGHTON-BURKE. The couple were accompanied by two young women. Preceding the ceremony they were baptized by Dr. HAUGHTON-BURKE.
The Rev. Samuel R. WHITE, of the Baptist Church, officiated at the marriage here yesterday of Miss Mary Imogen WILSON, twenty-two, and Walter Joseph HOGUE, twenty-three, both of Washington.
Walter AWKWARD, colored, an employe in the United States Agricultural Department, was fined $150 and costs by Judge PETER in the circuit court yesterday for assaulting Deputy Sheriff Preston R. HEWITT last summer.

Submitted: 04/06/14

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