Possible Match for Ralph Mann in Kingston, NY in 1946

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Possible Match for Ralph Mann in Kingston, NY in 1946 - the , son. The · Mrs. Rose Nathan. 84. widow...
the , son. The · Mrs. Rose Nathan. 84. widow Barney Mann, died in the e n d ( n c Hospital about midnight last! a p i i o i g h t , following a brief illness.; Mrs. Mann had been a resident the city for S: years, and for assisted her husband who operated for a t r u i l . m(l vcf , cta hi e market on! was a l i f e - I N . Y., Fridav, clock mcmbcr o j Tenlp i c Emanuel, " ,, i cases will and a charter membcr of , he S is-i Iterhood of the Temple. She was 1 In I also a'member of the Benevolent : Daughters of Jacob Aid Society Kir.go'.un, Post of the American Legion. Mann was born in New York j and was two years old when family look up their residence Kingston. Surviving are Uvo Alderman Ralph Mann a [former Ci,ty Clerk Sa'iii "NTMann-i c . mn ot j a daughter, Mrs. Morris Stone; w s . ^ u . | r i Mrs . M a r k Gold; and threo ' brothers. Ahe, Louis and | N a t h a n , all of'New i grandchildren, and four great-' Funeral services; ^from^the Jenson^ | street, on Friday afternoon hunt o'clock, with burial in

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  1. The Kingston Daily Freeman,
  2. 20 Nov 1946, Wed,
  3. Page 15

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  • Possible Match for Ralph Mann in Kingston, NY in 1946

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