Sidney L Rowland
Sidney X. Bowland. Sidney L. Rowland, who had been prominent prominent in the real eetate business in Brooklyn for tbirty - tv. - o years, died at his home, lfiO Hart street, yesterday, of heart trouble, after an Illness lasting over two years, though he had been confined to his house but two weeks. He was born at Patchogue, L. I., in September, September, 1843, and had lived in Brooklyn for thirty - five years. He had been in the real estate business at 685 Myrtle avenue, with a branch office at 185 Tompkins avenue, most of that time. He was one of the founders ot the Long Island Odd Fellows Home, at Hollis, L. I., and was the treasurer of the institution; was one of the board of managers of the Bushwick and Eust Brooklyn Dispensary, past grand master of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows of the State of New York, president of the board of trustees of the Bedford Bedford Avenue Baptist Church , vice president of the Brooklyn Mutual Building and Loan Association Association and a member of various other social organizations. He was a man of marked force of character, the architect of hie own fortune and distinguished for his unselfishness unselfishness and true Christian character. His work for the Order of Odd Follows was great and will long be remembered. He leaves a widow, a daughter and two sons. The funeral services will bo held at his late home tomorrow tomorrow evening, at 8 o'clock. The burial will be had Thursday morning In the family plot in Greenwood Cemetery.