Funeral for Louise T. Dolphin Quinn at home of parents Thos. Dolphin. May 1916
FUNERAL OF MRS. QUtNN Impressive Service! and Remains Viewed By Many Friends The funeral of Louise T.. widow of Ulysses Grant Quint), who passed away ai the home of her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas J. Dolphin on \\><ines- !ay, w;is held this mornhis. Relatives and friends viewed the remains at the resider.ee of her parents at hall" past eight o'clock. Requiem Mass wis celebrated at the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Vis-pin Mary, by Rev. Francis Aldan Brady the pastor. There was a large gathering present the deceased u-as held in high esteem by all who knew hT. Though not any worse than usua the deceased planned all the ri?t:il!s for the funeral the day before she was claimed by the angel of rk-ath. She requested tivtt simplicity murk all pertaining pertaining to her death and that gloom have no place in her passing. Mrs. Quinn had always liked pink and requested that she be placed at rest in a pink messaline. The flowers were beautiful and numerous numerous sprays and bouquets of pink and white sweet peas, pink carnations, white carnations, pink roses, ferns, lillies and white roses. Interment WHS private at Calvary Cemetery. The casket was borne to the grave by Carolus G. Hazleu. of Media, a nephew of the .deceased and four cousins. Robert Robert \Vatson". Vincent Cummings. Aloysius Aloysius Cummings, Mark Cummings and James Glenney. of Chester.