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In this City, on Monday, Sept. 14, after a short illness, John K. Darrin. The friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, from No. 28 Norfolk St., on Wednesday, at 3 p.m. He will be interred at Greenwood. New York Times Sept. 15, 1857. Submitted by Amanda Jowers.

DAVIS, Cornelius, age 71, died in N. Y., April 29. (May 31, 1831)
[Source: National Intelligencer, as pub. in the NGSQ, vol 55, No. 1, March 1967, submitted by K.T.]

In this City, on Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 23, at 4 o'clock, Miss Helen C. Delavan. The funeral services will take place at 4 o'clock this (Thursday) afternoon, at her late residence, No. 268 West 23d st., to which her relatives and friends are respectfully invited. Her remains will be taken to Troy for interment on Friday morning. New York Times, Sept. 24, 1857. Submitted by Amanda Jowers.

New York, Nov. 8
The unfortunate oversetting of the Powles Hook Ferry Boat on Monday last, by which an estimable citizen, Mr. Delaplaine lost his life, has greatly increased the fears which individuals have ever felt on crossing this ferry. Happily for the inhabitants of this city, for the people of Jersey, and all travelers who are necessitated to pass by this route; the corporation are about concluding a contract with Mr. Fulton to establish steam ferry boats for this passage, the size of
which boats, the certainty of their ever maintaining an even keel, the impossibility of their oversetting or sinking, together with the facility of entering and landing from them, with horses and carriages, will give a confidence and convenience little inferior to that of a bridge. [The Centinel, Gettysburg, PA, November 29, 1809. Submitted by Nancy P.]

DENHAM, William P.
William P. Denham died Sunday at his home, 11 Chestnut street, Cypress Hills, of arterio sclerosis, in his seventy-eighth year. He was born in Scotland, came to this country when a boy, and fought in the Civil War. He was a member of Mansfield Post, No. 35, G.A.R., and Hawkins Zouaves, Company F, Ninth Regiment, Volunteers. For forty-five years he had lived in the Fifteenth Ward. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Sarah A. Bowers and Jennie H. Wentzel; tow grandchildren, Ruth I. Bowers and Jennie H. Hurlbut, and one niece. Mrs. F. Trow, and five nephews. Services will be held at his late home this evening at 8 o'clock, the Rev. J.L. Hervey, of the United Presbyterian Church of East Brooklyn, officiating. Internment at Cypress Hills Cemetery to-morrow at 10 A.M., under direction of Fred Roemmele, of 706 Grand street. (Note added: Died March 29, 1919. William P. Denman enlisted as PVT. on May 13, 1861 and mustered out May 20, 1863 in N.Y. - Manhattan)
[Obit was provided by Mr. Denham's great-granddaughter, Marge Suprunowski forwarded by Carole Martin.]

  Died In the city of New York, March 29th, of diphtheria, Bertram Rea, youngest child of Charles M. and Bessie V. H. Dickinson, aged 2 years and nine months. (The Journal And Republican (Lowville, NY) Wednesday, April 14, 1875)

DICKSON, George, died in N.Y., May 31 (June 4, 1831)
[Source: National Intelligencer, as pub. in the NGSQ, vol 55, No. 1, March 1967, submitted by K. T.]

On Monday, Sept. 21, after a short illness, James H. Dusenbury, of this City, aged 22 years. His funeral will take place at the residence of his father, Daniel Dusenbury, White Plains, on Wednesday, 22 inst., at 11 1/2 o'clock a.m. The friends of the family are invited to attend. Carriages will be in waiting at the depot, White Plains, to meet the 9:30 train from the City. New York Times, Sept. 22, 1857. Submitted by Amanda Jowers.

DWYER, William, committed suicide in N.Y., Sept. 23 (Oct. 3, 1831)
[Source: National Intelligencer, as pub. in the NGSQ, vol 55, No. 1, March 1967, submitted by K. T.]


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