Miss Anna McMullen obituary Feb 8 1924

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f eight 4 tiie Tiail His the his business and conducted a store suo ccssfully for eight rears. He later became associated with his brother, Patrick Golden, who is a member of the large general merchandising flrm Golden. & Walsh, one of the oldest and lareest grocery stores in the Wyoming Valley. Mr. OoUleu's tflfe preceded him In death sceveral years ago. He is nur - vlved bv one daughter. Miss Julia tnd three brothers, Tatrick, Edward and Michael Golden all of Parsons, and one sister, Mrs. Thomas H. Jordan, of Scrantoii. He is also survived by four ninhews. all priests in - the Scranton diocese. Rev. John Coxe, of West Plttston; Rev. James J. Golden, Troy. Pa.; Rev. R. P. Jordan, Wyoming, and Rev. M. J. Jordan, of Olyphant. Dr. James" J. Walsh, noted lecturer and scholar, and rr. Joseph J. Walsh, authority authority on tuberculosis,' are also rcla - "he funeral will take place at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow morning with a solemn high mass of requiem In St Dominic's church. Parsons'. Burial will be in St. Mary's cemetery, Hanover, Hanover, MRS. ANNA B. SNEDIC0R IS CLAIMED BY DEATH Mrs. Anna B. Snedlcor, of "016 Pleas ant avenue. Peckvllle, died last evening evening at her home following a short Illness. Illness. She was a member of the Pocn - hantas and Rebecca lodges and a charter charter member of the Daughters of America. America. She was also a member of the Peckvllle M. E. church. She is survived by one son. William J one daughter, Mrs. Abbie Warfleld, and one granddaughter. Miss Jennie B. Pvne. also two brothers, Frank E., of Woodhill, X. Y., and Ge.rge A. Connor, of Scranton. The funeral will take place at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon with ser vices at the late home. Burial will be in Forest Hill cemetery. by one sl&ter, Catherine, and two brothers, Joseph and Martin. PATRICK H. XEHNEDY Patrick 11. Kennedy, age S4 years, died at 9 o'clock last night at the home of his daughter, Mrs. James, Sevlne, 405 North Irving avenue. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. John Power O'Connor, of New York city; Mrs. James Devine and Nora, of this city. MRS. SUSAN M. HTJDSOW ' Mrs. Susan M. iliulson died January ID at Weatherly, Pa, She' was well known In Scranton. having resided' in Qnlncy avenue for a number of years. The funeral was held from the home of Mrs. Leon Gerhard, Weatherly, Pa. AUGUST C EN0I.EHAUDT August C. Englehardt. age 60 years, of !2U Myrtle street, died at 7:20 A - Ioc.k last evening, following a oner illness. He Is survived by his widow and on 3on, Edward, and one daugh ter, Lillian. . MART BROOATf Mary, the flve - year - old daughter of o of W A N MISS A UNA WMULIEW Miss Anna McMullen. age 13 years. of 23 South Webster avenue, died suddenly suddenly In Philadelphia yesterday morn ing. Tlie Body will be brought to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael MoMullen, from where the funeral will take pla.ee at a time to be announced later. Beside her parents she is survived at once Women for work in main office. The fidJct j 515 - 517 1 ' -

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  1. The Scranton Republican,
  2. 08 Feb 1924, Fri,
  3. Page 12

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