Daniel Haggerty Funeral 5Jun1899
numerical strength FUNERAL CEREMONIES. The funeral of Amos Embery took place on Saturday morning from the parental home on Lafayette tttreet, and later at St. Patrick's church, whicn was well filled with mourning friends and relatives, including a delegation of members of St. Brendan council, No. iM.'i, Y'. M. I., to which the deceased young man belonged. Rev. Father La - velle celebrated mass of requiem. In terment was made in the Cathedral cemetery. The pall bearers were: Messrs. Thomas Hurst, James Cusick, Thomas. McGrann, Michael Dacey, John Dovers, Michael Sullivan, members members of the institute. At the same edifice on Saturday appropriate appropriate and impressive services were conducted in connection with the funeral funeral of the late Daniel Haggerty, whose remains were removed from the home of his sister on Jackson street. There was a large gathering of friends present at the services. Burial was made in Cathedral cemetery, the following acting as pail bearers: 'Messrs. William Haggerty. Daniel Haggerty, Haggerty, Patrick Kerrigan, Michael Haggerty, Haggerty, William Haggerty, relatives of the deceased.