Christian Jahn obit Nov26, 1918

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Christian Jahn obit Nov26, 1918 - He was for many years manager of the Fulton...
He was for many years manager of the Fulton Ferry House at 2 h ulton st.. Manhattan, and in 1S90, with John H. Kingen as a partner in the firm of Rngeiv Ai Jabn, opened the Franklin Houset on this side of the East River, and continued there until 1915. when he retired from business on account of ill health. Mr. Jahn Is survived by his wife, Angela A. Co- Co- mellas; a daughter. Mrs. A. A. Har-way Har-way rington; a son, Joseph C. Jahn, and two grandchildren. Mr. Jahn was a life member of Brooklyn Lodge No. 2SS. F. and A. M.; Kismet. Temple, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, and Jamaica Council No. 433, Royal Ar-the Ar-the canum. The funeral services will be held tomorrow evening, and the in- in- terment, on Thursday, will be in Greenwood Cemetery, j ruDICTIlU F nK!OIIP C JAHN Christian E. Jahn, 63 years old, of 170 Chichester ave., Jamaica, L. I., formerly for many years proprietor of the Franklin Mouse, at 1 Fulton st., opposite the Fulton Ferryhouse, Brooklyn, died yesterday, at his home, of heart trouble. Mr. Jahn was born in Cherry St., Manhattan. 1,11 January Zi, jsu.i, ine son 01 .Christian Jahn and Mary Rodiger. i

Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle26 Nov 1918, TuePage 2

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York)26 Nov 1918, TuePage 2
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