Death of Lila Anderson Brand and Daughter, Jeanette

Death of Lila Anderson Brand and Daughter, Jeanette as appearing on page 1 of the Asbury Park (New Jersey) Evening Press on Thursday 23 November 1922

Death of Lila Anderson Brand and Daughter, Jeanette - FATHER FIGHTING FIRE, MOTHER AND BABE DIE When...
FATHER FIGHTING FIRE, MOTHER AND BABE DIE When he returned to his home at 411 Thirtenth avenue, Belmar, less than three hours after he left this morning, Paul Brand found both his wife, Lila, 20 years old, and two-months two-months two-months old daughter, Jeanette, dead. According to Dr. F. G. Angeny of Avon, who was summoned to the Brand home Immediately after Brand discovered his dead wife and daughter, daughter, their death was caused by fumes from a gas heater which Brand had left burning when he left home. Brand turned the heater off upon his return, the doctor said. Brand was an early arrival to the fire at the Michelsohn. building, which was only a short distance from his home. He left home about 7 o'clock and returned shortly before 10. Brand was formerly employed at Le Maistre's in Asbury Park and bad been married but a short time. According to Dr. "Angeny, fumes from gas heaters are not only poisonous poisonous themselves, but the heaters sometimes sometimes exhaust the oxygen in the air to a point Whore life is impossible. Na-j an-I :

Clipped from Asbury Park Press23 Nov 1922, ThuPage 1

Asbury Park Press (Asbury Park, New Jersey)23 Nov 1922, ThuPage 1
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  • Death of Lila Anderson Brand and Daughter, Jeanette — Death of Lila Anderson Brand and Daughter, Jeanette as appearing on page 1 of the Asbury Park (New Jersey) Evening Press on Thursday 23 November 1922

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