Not sure this is relativ. He has a son Charles Homan.
by- build-, tho custody OBITUARY. . Daniel Hcman. Tatchogue, L. I., February If Daniel Homan. the oldest and longest resident of Hatchogue, who died nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Peck on West avenue early Tuesday morning, was buried to-day, to-day, to-day, the funeral service being held at the First Baptist Baptist Church. The Rev. F. V. Robinsou offl-cinted, offl-cinted, offl-cinted, and the interment, was In the old cemetery at West Patrhogur. The deceased was born a few rods from where he died on March 8, IKIfi, and had never moved from this village. He was a bayman in his early days, and was one of the town's leading and most progressive citizens when in his prime. He lived in the old home where he died for over sixty years. He had bepn Birk but three weeks, and old age was the cause of death. His surviving children are Wallace Homan and MrH. Andrew Mognr of Patchogue, Lewis Homan of Jtrsey City, Charles Homan of Manhattnn, Samuel Homan and Mrs. James R. Crook. MrH. Georgia Saxron of Brooklyn Mrs. Benjamin Dunbar of Oyster Bay, beside about one hundred grandchildren. His brother, brother, John Homan, died at Sag Harbor last wppk, and his only remaining brother 1b LpwIs Hoinan of (ireenport. The deceased was one of the old time deer hunters of the south shore of Long Island, and up to within a few years of his final sickness never mipspd a shooting season, and had record of having bngged more of this big game than any other man In this section.