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Camden, New Jersey
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Wednesday, March 28, 1979
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28 COURIER-POST, Wednesday, March 28, 1979 leattlb Mats. ASHLEY Edward L.. Sr. Of 731 Walnut St., Camden. Died Monday, March 2. 1979 at Cooper Medical Center. Age 70 years. Survived by wife, Estelle of Camden, three sons, Edward, Jr. of Camden. Charles of Camden and Attorney Thomas Ashley of East Orange, one grandson, two sisters, one aunt, nieces and nephews and other relatives. Funeral services will be Friday night, March 30 at 8 p m. at the Kaighn Avenue Baptist Church, vth and Kaighn Ave . Camden Friends may call after 6 p.m. it the church Interment New Camden Cemetery Saturday, March 3), 9: 30 a m Funeral arrangements by WAPLES FUNERAL HOME, 82J-24 Kaighn Ave . C amden. RECK March 26, 1979. Marie J. (nee Cassidy) wifeof the late Walter C. of Haddonfield. N.J Survived by three daughters Marie Wallace, Claire Forebaugh, Charlotte Cuneo. two sons Walter J . and Mi Iton W. , one sister Jennie Stein, one brother Joseph, fifteen grandchildren, three great-grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral Thursday 9 a m. from the ROBERT J. BLAKE FUNERAL HOME, 226 Col lings Ave., Collingswood. Mass of Christian Burial. Church of Christ the King. 10 a.m. Interment New St. Mary's Cemetery. Viewing Wednesday evening. BIANELL Dolores on March 26, 1979 of Maple Shade, N.J. Beloved mother of Mrs. Bonnie Lincoln, Mrs. Barbara Mann, Mrs Cheryl Morrell, Kimberly and Stanley R legg. Grandmother of six. Also surviving three sisters and five brothers. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Wednesday 1 pm at the INGLESBY FUNERAL HOME, 602 E. Main St. Maple Shade. Interment Arlington Cemetery, Pennsauken. Friends may call after 12 noon Wednesday. No evening viewing. Iit-GEORGE On March 26, 1979. Carrie (nee Orlando) Beloved wife of the late Phillip Of Camden, N.J. Age 74 years. Devoted mother of Miss Pat DeGeorge at home, Mrs. Antoinette Rossetti of Atlantic City and Mrs. Anna Rolli of Camden. Also survived by five grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral on Friday 8 a.m. at the ZEMBRUSKt FUNERAL HOME. 1643 Ml. Ephraim Ave., Camden. Mass of the Resurrection9a.m. at St. Joseph's Church, 10th and Mechanic St., South Camden. Interment New St. Mary's Cemetery, Bellmawr. Friends may call at the funeral home on Thursday evening after 6:30 DELLEMON An IE On March 27, 1979, Nicola of Marlton, N.J. 86 years of age. Beloved husband of Annunziata (nee Damiani). Devoted lather of Mrs. Louise Kadel of Lancaster, Pa., Isidore J. of Marlton, James P of Cherry Hill, Chester D. of Medford Lakes, Mrs. Pam Draper of Marlton & Mrs Connie Kelly of Glenshaw, Pa. Also survived by sixteen grandchildren & two great-grandchildren. Relatives & friends are invited to attend the funeral 8:45 am Friday from the IREDELL-FRANCESCONI FUNERAL HOME, 402 White Horse Pike, Haddon Heights. N.J. Mass of Christian Burial 1 0am F r iday from the Church of St . Joan of Arc, Evans Rd., Marlton. Interment Calvary Cemetary, Cherry Hill. Friends may call at the Funeral home from 7-9pm Thursday evening. DI PATRI On March 26, 1979. Frank D., Sr. (Hopper). Of Camden. N.J. Beloved husband of Esther (nee Pierson). Age 60 years. Also surviving are two sons, Frank, Jr. of Jamestown, Calif, and John of Gloucester. A daughter, Mrs. Shirley Schickling of Waretown. Pa., two sisters, Mrs. Viola Powers and Mrs. Jennie Tavolieri, both of Camden. Two brothers, Thomas of Westmont and Joseph of Camden. Eleven grandchildren. Relatives and friends, also feliow workers of Camden Ship Repair, Inc., Members of American Legion Post No. 74 and the Unione E Forza Society are invited to attend the funeral on Thursday morning at 8:30 a.m. in the BOCCO FUNERAL HOME, 1300 N. Kings Hwy., Cherry Hill N.J. High Mass of Christian Burial and Communion 10 a.m. at St. Joan of Arc R.C. Church, Camden. Interment New St. Mary's Cemetery, Bellmawr. Viewing Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. at the funeral home. Parking on premises. GRAHAM Helen G. (nee Nugent) On March 26, 1979. of Maple Shade. Wife of the late Arthur S. Daughter of Mrs. Nina Schiech of Maple Shade Beloved Aunt of Mr David Schiech of Maple Shade. Sister of Mr Daniel Nugent of Phila. Mr. Harry Schiech of Arizona and Mrs. Virginia Gibbons of Burlington. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Wednesday eve 8 pm at the INGLESBY FUNERAL HOME. 602 E. Main St., Maple Shade Interment Thursday 12 noon at the Gettysburg National Cemetery. Gettysburg, Pa Friends may call 7-9 pm Wednesday eve. HOLMES On March 25, 1979, Stephen G. Age 81 Of Pennsauken, N J Beloved husband of the late Florence (nee Muir). Survived by one son, Charles S. of Schaumberg, III .one sister, Mary C. Holmes of Phila. and one grandchild. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend the funeral Thursday 1 p.m. at St. Andrew's United Methodist Church, Cherry Hill. Interment Bethel Memorial Park. Friends may call Thursday after 11:30 am. at the STEPHENSON-BROWN FUNERAL HOME, 33 West Maple Ave, Merchantville, N J. There will be no viewing Wednesday evening. JACOCKS Antoin, Rt 2, Washington Ave., Che-silhurst Died on March 24, 1979, age 5 months, he is survived by his parents Mr & Mrs Stewart Jacocks, one brother Stewart Jr. Paternal grandparents Mr & Mrs John Jacocks, Maternal grandparents Mr & Mrs Nathaniel Clark, aunts, uncles and a host of relatives and friends. Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the Funeral Services on Thursday 17 noon at the MAY FUNERAL HOME, 4th & Walnut Sts., Camden. Friends may call after 10 a.m. Interment Harleigh Cemetery, Camden. KEI.C'ICVER On March 27, 1979, Russell B beloved husband of Irma J. (nee Quay) of Pennsauken. Formerly of Camden. Age 78 years. Also survived by son Donald A. of Pennsauken, a daughter E. Lorraine Hudson of Princeton. Brother George of Pennsauken. Seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren Relatives and friends also members of Ionic Lodge No. 94 F4AM & Excelsior Consistory. Also members of Rosedale Baptist Church are invited to attend funeral on Fri. at 1):00.m. at BRADLEY FUNERAL HOME, 3203 Federal St, Camden. Interment Locustwood Memorial Park, Cherry Hill. Friends may call after 10:00a.m. Frl. There will be no Thurs. eve viewing. Memorial donations in Mr. Kelchnors memory may be made to the Rosedale Baptist Church, 37th Westf ield Ave , Camden, N J. 08105. MALLA Fred. Of 629 West Third St.. Florence, N J. Died Monday, March 26, 1979, at Burlington Memorial Hospital, Mt Holly. Age 93. Survived by two granddaughters, Mrs. Doris Richardson and Mrs. Beatrice Johnson both of F lorence, thirteen great-grandchildren, nine great-great grandchildren and other relatives. Funeral services will be Thursday at 12 noon at the WAPLES FUNERAL HOME, 502 York St., Burlington Friends may call after 10 a m. Interment Odd Fellows Cemetery, Burlington. McTOLLIVS James H. Of 5811 Haverford Ave , Phila Died Sunday, March 25, 1979 at Pennsylvania Hospital, Phila. Age 44. He was a resident of Phila. for over 10 years. Husband of the late Vivian Hawkins McCollins. Survived by one daughter, Sharon of Phila., mother-in-law, Mrs. Marjorie Hawkins Pyles of Phila., father-in-law, Calvin Clifton of Jericho, N.J., six aunts and six uncles, nieces and nephews and other relatives. Funeral services will be Thursday night, March 29 at 8 p.m. at the DICKERSON FUNERAL HOME, 53O0 Vine St., Phila. Interment U S. National Cemetery, Beverly, Friday 12:30. Funeral arranqements by WAPLES FUNERAL HOME, 822-24 Kaighn Ave . Camden McHIGH On March 26. 1979. John A. husband of the late Rose (nee Schopp) of Wood-lynne, N.J. Survived by two daughters Joan Raymond and Rosemary Wolf, two brothers Stephen and Edward McHugh, nine grandchildren and one great grandchild. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral Friday 8 : 30 a.m. from the ROBERT J. BLAKE FUNERAL HOME, 226 Collings Ave., Collingswood, N.J. Mass of Christian Burial 10a.m. Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Woodlynne. ONION On March 25, 1979. Margaret L. Of Cherry Hill, N.J. Age 74 years. Survived by her niece, Mrs. Marian O. Tobin of Westmont. She was an employee of N.J. Bell Telephone Co., Camden office for forty years. A former vice president of Communication Workers of America, Local 1013. Funeral Thursday. 8:30 a.m. in the SCHETTER FUNERAL HOME, 304 W. Marlton Pike, (Rt. 70), Cherry Hill, N.J. Mass of Resurrection, 9:30 a.m. in Queen of Heaven R.C. Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery, Cherry Hill. Viewing Wednesday evening. PANKO On March 26, 1979, Fannie. Age 85 years Beloved wife of the late Stephan. Formerly of Camden. Surviving a son, Mr. Paul Panko of Camden and three daughters, Mrs. Vera Hamilton of Oaklyn, Mrs. Anna Belinsky of Cherry Hill and Mrs. Helen Dobrucki of Haddon Hts. Also seventeen grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral on Friday at 1 p.m. from the DuBOIS FUNERAL HOME, 700 White Horse Pk., Audubon. Interment at New Camden Cem. Friends may call Thursday evening from 7 to 9. Memorial gifts may be made to Evangelical Baptist Church, 2523 Morgan Blvd. Camden PETERSEN Harry P. On March 25. 1979, of St Petersburg, Fla Age 79 years Survived by daughter Julia of Lindenwold and a son Harry Jr of Mullica Hill and five grandchildren. Past Commander of Thiors Post American Legion of Haddonfield. Formerly a resident of Collingswood. Formerly Commissioner of South Pasadena. Fla , formerly Claims Superintendent of Firemans Fund Insurance Co. in Phila. Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral services at St. Stephen's Church, Main St. Mullica Hill at 7:00p.m. Thurs. Interment Private, In lieu of flowers, donations to the American Heart Association would be appreciated. RILEY On March 27, Annamay (nee Jefferson). Wife of the late John L. Of Woodlynne. Age 54. Survived by a son Walter H. Of Pennsauken. Four daughters, Janet Powellof Collingswood, Alice Sinclairof Maple Shade, Margaret Kelly of Woodlynne and Mary Goodman of Collingswood. Also twelve grandchildren. Due notice of the funeral will be given by the BRADLEY FUNERAL HOME, Cam den, N.J. ROBINSON On March 25. 1979. James R. Sr., Age 57. Of Pennsauken, N.J. Husband of the late Patricia M. (nee Carr) and devoted father of James R., Jr., Timothy P., Mary Ann, Claire Patricia and Mrs. Ann Dischler, also one brother, Albert William. Relatives and friends of the family are kindly invited to attend the funeral, Thursday at 9 a.m. at Ihe FUNERAL HOME OF INGLESBY & SONS, Cove & Wyndam Rds Pennsauken. Mass of Christian Burial at 10 a.m. at St. Stephen's Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home, Wednesday evening 7 to 9 p.m. RIIDINOFF On Mjrch 25, 1979, Mortimer Beloved husband of Virginia (nee Nichol) of Kauaii, Hawaii. Formerly of Richmond, Virginia and Oaklyn, N.J. Age 67years. Also survived by a son, Ihe Rev. Jan C. Rudinoff. four grandchildren, Christopher, Sarah, Jeffrey, Joshua. Three brothers. Jack of Penns Grove, Dan, Haddon Twp., Andrew, Oaklyn. Three sisters. Mrs. Rose Simon, West Collingswood, Mrs. Sadie Capps, Haddon Twp., Mrs. Pearl Courtney, Audubon. A memorial Eucharist will tie celebrated on Tuesday at St. Michael's Episcopal Church, Lihue, Hawaii. Family reguests memorial contributions may be made to St. Michael's Church, Lihue, Hawaii 96766. WYNN Millie F. Aqe 68 Of 71.1 New St. C.imden. N J On Tuesday March 2 7th, 1979 Sheis survived by eight sons William of Phila . Horace of North Carolina, Desmond of New York City, Robert, James, Joe, David and Casanova Wynn all of Camden. Three daughters Mary and JennieWynn andMrs. Lillie Douqhtyail of Camden. Three sisters, two brothers, thirty seven grandchildren, nineteen qreat-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Friday March 30th at 7:30 pmat the Caanan Baptist Church, 5th Mt. Vernon Sts., Camden, where friends may call after 5 pm. Interment in Williamston, North Carolina. Arrangements by TUNSIL FUNERAL HOME of Camden and Palmyra. Vandals desecrate Jewish headstones NEW YORK (AP) - Police say they have found no anti-Semitic overtones nor any links to the Egyptian-Israeli peace Irealy in the vandalism of a Jewish si ction ot a Queens graveyard in which fill headstones were overturned, some ol I hem broken IN MEMORIAM BANTA In loving memory of our dear daughter Stephan ieT. who passed away on Marc 28th 1977. Isn't she pretty, truly the angels best, boy I'm so happy we have been heaven blessed. I can't believe what God has done, through us he's given life to one, but isn't she lovely, made from love. We love you honey. Dearly missed by Mommy, Daddy and your family. BOND In sad and loving memory of my dear husband & father Joseph C, who passed away on March 28, 1974. Deep in the heart lies a picture of a loved one laid to rest. In memory's frame we shall keep it because he was one of the best. Sadly missed by wife Mary and children. MOSLEY In sad and loving memory of my daughter Betty Jo Mosley who passed sway March 28, 1976. We often sit and think of you and all the things you said and did and wonder why you had to die without a chance to say goodbye. Sadly missed by mother, son Kevin, sisters Beatrice and Mary. W ARC! Whin sad and loving memory of our husband and father Ted R. Warchol who passed away March 28, 1976. I ts been 3 years since you left us, and our hearts grow heavy as we think of that sad day. We love you, dear father, and we miss you more than words can say. Sadly missed by wife Betty, daughters Ginny and Bo, son-in-law Jeff and grandchildren. Principal's gift SAN FKANCISCO (AP) - Principal Bill De Avila lavished loveon his 320 children. In return, they fought for the privilege of wheeling him through the corridors of the Dudley Stone School. They worried about him dying of multiple sclerosis. Today, students and teachers at the school called an assembly to celebrate the memory of the 46-year-old De Avila. who was found dead in his home two weeks ago an empty vial of sleeping pills beside him. "We do not intend for this to be a sad affair. We believe this would have been eont rary to Bill's wishes." said a letter to parents. Woman dies in N. Hanover crash; car hits man at Camden intersection Two South Jersey residents died in separate automobile accidents yesterday. A 66-year-old Bordentown Township woman was killed and her 70-year-old husband was injured yesterday in a two-ear collision on Route 537 and Sykesville Road in North Hanover. Burlington County. Police said Katherine Scherer of 5 Redwood Ave. was dead on arrival Rudinoff services are held in Hawaii KAUI. Hawaii - Mortimer Rudinoff. a charter member of the Retail Clerks International Association. Camden Local 1360, died E.L. Ashley, ex-employee of Navy Yard CAMDEN - Services will be held on Fridav for Edward L. Ashley Sr. of 731 Walnut St., Camden, whodied Monday at Cooper Medical Center here. He was 70. Mr. Ashley, a former merchant ' seaman, was a retired employee of the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard. He was a member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the Kaighn Avenue Baptist Church and Oriental Lodge No. 1 of the Free and Accepted Masons in Camden. He is survived by his wife. Estelle: three sons. Edward Jr. and Charles, both of Camden, and Thomas of Orange; two sisters. Carmella Anthony and Lennie Lober, both of Camden; a grandson; an aunt; and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call alter 6 p.m. at the Kaighn Avenue Baptist Church, Ninth Street and Kaighn Avenue, where services will be at 8 p.m. Burial will be at 9:30 a.m. Saturday in New Camden Cemetery. Funeral arrangements are by Waples Funeral Home of Camden. A security guard at the Mount Hebron Cemetery discovered the vandalism early yesterday. Police estimated it would cost $20,275 to revet the si ones. Because of the cost of repairs, the olfense is considered a felony. Burlington official checks out 3 pageants MOUNT HOLLY - The Burlington Count y Consumer Affairs Office is compiling data on three beauty pageants Miss Teen U.S.A., Miss U.S. Teen-age and Miss National Teen-age following inquiries from county residents about their legitimacy. Renee Borstad. of the Consumer Affairs Office, said yesterday the office does not yet have enough information to evaluate any of the three pageants. The Miss National Teen-age pageant being held this week at the Cherry Hill Hyatt House is not registered under that trade name in New-Jersey. Borstad said. And the office has had "a lot of problems" with telephone inquiries about the Miss U.S. Teen-age pageant, scheduled May 1 1 at the Holiday Inn in Elizabeth. The Miss Teen U.S.A. pageant, however, is registered in both New Jersey and Virginia, Borstad said. Its New Jersey pageant will be held in August at the Hyatt House. In his seven years as principal at the Haight-Ashbury elementary school, associates said, De Avila poured all his energy into helping them cope with life and feel loved. He had two daughters of his own, who live with his ex-wife in Mill Valley. "He'd go out and buy shoes or a sweater for some kid who needed them," said Joan Bryan, parent liaison worker. "The money would come out of Bill's pocket." Teacher Bernadette Merida said: "He was humanistic. He went beyond the rule of a principal and he wanted people around him to break through (heir roles, too. Caring about children, that's what he con- at Burlington County Memorial Hospital in Mount Holly about 10:30 a.m. Her husband. Wendell, was admitted for observation with head and rib injuries, a hospital spokesman said. He was in serious condition today in the hospital's holding area. . A hospital spokeswoman said Mrs. Scherer apparently died of multiple internal injuries, cuts and here Sunday after a brief illness. He was 67. Mr. Rudinoff, a former resident of Oaklyn, retired from the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. in 1974 as head of the firm's produce unit in Richmond, Va. A graduate of Collingswood High School and a member of the school s championship basketball teams of 1929 and 1930, Mr. Rudinoff was active in youth groups in the Collingswood-Oaklyn area. He lived in Hawaii at the time ol his death. Mr. Rudinoff is survived by his wife, Virginia: a son, the Rev. Jan C. Rudinoff of Lihue. Hawaii; three brothers, Jack of Penns Grove. Dan of Haddon Township and Andrew of Oaklyn; three sisters, Rose Simon of West Collingswood, Sadie Capps of Haddon Township and Pearl Courtney of Audubon; and four grandchildren. A memorial Eucharist was celebrated yesterday at St. Michael's Episcopal Church, Lihue Fiction writer Jean won Pulitzer Prize WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) -Jean Stafford, a Pulitzer Prize-winning short story writer, died Monday after a long illness. She was 63. She won a Pulitzer Prize in 1970 for a group of short stories, entitled "Collected Stories," which was published the year before. Other fiction by Miss Stafford included the novels "Boston Adventure" and "The Mountain Lion." Over the years, she also contributed articles to such magazines as Kenyon Review, Partisan Review, Harper's Bazaar and the New Yorker. V. vri ., 4 ? V f $ -tff TV ORGANIZED CRIME figure Nicholas Russo, 69, (center with his head bowed) is escorted from a Trenton funeral parlor during the funeral of his son Nicholas Jr. The father was shot in the arm at the same time that his son was gtinned down in gangland style last Saturday outside a Trenton night club. of love lives on sidered important." "A long time ago. when his bones weren't so bad, he'd come out and play with us in the courtyard. He came whenever we asked him," said third grader Kenny Moss. De Avila, an 18-year veteran of the San Francisco schools as a teacher, vice principal and principal, contracted multiple sclerosis in 1977. He took a medical leave from work in November 1977. but he returned last April in a wheelchair, determined to spend his last months with the children. "It meant so much to the kids that he was back." Merida said. "They didn't say Bill was back in a wheel- bruises. An autopsy was to be performed today by the Burlington County Medical Examiner. Dr. Joseph DeLorenzo. Police said Scherer's southbound car on Sykesville Road collided with a pickup truck traveling west on Route 537. The driver of the truck, Adam E. Ogozalek, 55, of Madison Avenue. Riverside, was not injured, according to police. No charges were filed pending further investigation. In another accident yesterday, a 29-year-old Camden man was killed when he was struck by a car at 27th Street and Westfield Avenue in Camden. Girl, 8, strangled by auto's window VINELAND - An 8-year-old city girl was strangled last night when she caught her neck in a power window of her aunt's station wagon. ' City police said Jennifer Callahan, of 5428 Asher Road, died in the emergency room of Millville Hospital about 6:45 p.m. Police said the girl's father, Walter, had borrowed his sister's station wagon to pick up trash along rural Union Road near Mays Landing Road when the accident occurred. Police said Callahan had received a summons from the city board of health about dumping trash near the intersection. He had borrowed the car to clean up the discarded rubbish, police said. "I'm a rather slow person in that experience has to sink in for years before I can use it," Miss Stafford once said. "I have to let impressions and experience age within me." Miss Stafford was born in Covina, Calif ., on July 1 , 1 91 5. She grew up in Colorado, where she was graduated from the University of Colorado. "The Mountain Lion" was set in the rugged Colorado wilds. Her father, John Richard Stafford, was also a writer, once turning out Westerns under the pseudonym Jack Wonder. One work of non-fiction for which Miss Stafford will be remembered is Associated Press chair. They just said Bill was back." A friend, who asked to remain anonymous, said of De Avila: "He was just knocked out by the whole idea of being physically debilitated. It terrified him." Last December, he wrote a farewell letter to parents, after Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk were shot to death at City Hall. His message was simple: "The gift of time is precious. It is a gift of love. Would you spend some time with your children, in the name of our departed mayor and supervisor, in the spirit of the holiday season?" Police said Steven Milloro, of 311 N. 27th St., was dead on arrival at Cooper Medical Center in Camden about 11:15 p.m. A hospital spokeswoman said the victim apparently died of multiple injuries. An autopsy was scheduled today by the county medical examiner's office. Police said Milloro reportedly was lying in the roadway when he was struck by a southbound car on 27th Street. The driver, Herbert R. Duckett, 56, of the 1400 block Bradley Avenue, Camden, was not injured. The accident was under investigation by the police department's traffic bureau. Investigators said Callahan, his daughter. Jennifer, and her 10-year-old brother went to the intersection at about 6 p.m. Jennifer told her father she was cold and went back to the station wagon to get warm. Once inside, she reached out the tailgate window and began closing it, using the key inside the lock, police said. Police said Callahan found her moments later with her head caught between the roof of the car and the window. He administered mouth-to-mouth resuscitation at the scene in an attempt to revive her. Ambulance personnel also attempted to revive her on the way to the hospital, as did doctors at the hospital. Stafford, in 1970 "A Mother in History," which she wrote after interviewing Marguerite Oswald, the mother of Lee Harvey Oswald, the alleged assassin of President John F. Kennedy. Miss Stafford was married three times. Her first marriage was in 1940 to poet Robert Lowell. Later she was married to Oliver Jensen before she became the wife of journalist A.J. Liebling. She is survived by two sisters. The body has been cremated and the ashes will placed next to Lie-bling's grave in Greenriver Cemetery in East Hampton.

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