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Hillsboro Weekly Mirror
Hillsboro Weekly Mirror
Contributed by dorholub

Date: September 22 1916

Newspaper published in: Hillsboro

[From Tuesday Daily]

Miss Harriet ROSENBAUM
Miss Harriet ROSENBAUM, 58 years old, died yesterday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Isaac HARRIS, 2723 South
Ervay street. Miss ROSENBAUM made her home at 2721 Ervay street. Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon from the family residence. Dr. W. H. GREENBERG officating and the burial was in Emanuel Cemetery. Pall bearers were Dr. S. M. FREEDMAN, J. L GOODMAN, E. N. DANIEL, Marus BAERWAID, Arthur ALEXANDER and H. J. COHN. Miss ROSENBAUM had lived in Texas fifty-five year and in Dallas for sixteen years. She is survived by four brothers, A, I, and E ROSENBAUM of Dallas and Sydney of New York and two sisters Mrs.Theo MARCUS and Mrs. HARRIS of Dallas. Dallas Evening Journal. The Brothers Abe, Isaac and Eugene ROSENBAUM were quite a time prominent business men in Hillsboro, moving away about eighteen or twenty years ago. They are well and pleasantly remembered here as honorable business men and excellently good citizens.

John ANDERSON died last night at the family residence, 101 Smith Street. He was hurt a few days ago when his cab was backed into a Cotton Belt train and his injuries proved more serious than at first supposed. The funeral services under direction of E.B.PHELPS are held this afternoon at the Central Christian church at 4 o'clock conducted by Rev.M.O.EWING. Internment in Old Cemetery.

Submitted: 03/06/05

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