John Bunny Buried April 29, 1915
JOHN BUNNY BURIED The funeral of John Bunny took place today from Klks Club House, 10S West Forty-third Forty-third Forty-third street, Manhattan, Manhattan, the burial being In Evergreen Cemetery. Following the hearse was a long line of carriages in which were the relatives of Mr. li.inny, many famous famous actors and playwrights, and his fellow members of the New York Lodge, B. P. O. E., and of the St. Cecile Lodge, F. and A. M. The burial this morning followed services last night in the Klks Club House. Two services were conducted, the first by the Klks' lodge, the second second by the St. Ccuile Lodge of Masons. During the services Mrs. Bunny broke clown several times, her two sons, John Henry and George Francis, doing doing what they could to comfort her. Solos were sung by William Stevens of the Bedford Y. M. C. A , and the organ was played by t layton Hur mance. The honorary pall bearers from the Yitagraph Company were William Rock, Samuel Spcdon, Mau rice Costello, Edward Scranton George Baker, Lee Beggs, Van Dyke Brooks and Harry Marley. Charles Frohman, Davlil Belnseo. .If-ase .If-ase .If-ase Lasky, and Bn Teale. theatrical manag ers, were present at trie services, others present. Including actors anil actresses, were Mr. anil Mrs. Van Dyke Brooi:s. Wil liam Shea, Klora Finch, Mary Muurice, Wally Van. Kate Trice. liarles MtlrlilRe, Harry Dacenport. tjeorRe Maker, biiwsrd Thomas. .Maurice Ostello. William T. Hock president uf the VitHKniph t'ompany; Fred Thomnson. Frank Currier, .lohn T. Kelly, Tefft Johnuon. Richard Leslie, Kiltlh Clin ton, Lillian walker. .lulla Mwnyne unmrm, Killth Story. Kthel l.loyil, F.thel Cochran, Nora, Constance and Natalie Taluuflse, larwln Carr, Captain .Tack Crawford, II-llam II-llam II-llam McCoy, Lionel Adams. King BiiBRott, .lames Kirk wood. Robert F.tlson. .lay llwlE- llwlE- gins. Earl Williams, Kvart (Herton, Wilfred North, Antonio Marino, Jacob Uerharl, lan Mason and Harry Meyer.