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New York County New York Obituaries Extracted From The New York Tribune, New York, NY, 1894

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1894 Obituaries from The New York Tribune in New York, New York County New York.

AHRENS, Captain Henry Obituary, Dec. 8, 1894

Bensonhurst: In the death of Captain Henry Ahrens, which occurred at Bath Beach on Sunday morning last, this part of the city loses a popular figure. The captain was a widely known hotel-keeper, his pier at De Bruyn's Lane being a favorit resort during the season. He earned his title by services during the Civil War, and at the time of his death was a prominent member of Steinwehr Post, GAR, and of the Beethoven and Arion singing societies of New-York. [New York tribune (new York, NY), December 08, 1894, P.13.]

BLOOMER, Amelia J., Obituary

The Inventor of the "Bloomer" Dead
Council Bluffs, Iowa, Dec 30 - Mrs. Amelia J. Bloomer, wife of D.C. Bloomer, died at noon today. She was one of the earliest advocates of National dress for women, and her public use of the new costume caused it to be called the Bloomer costume. She was 77 years old and a native of Homer, NY. She was married in 1840 and issued "The Lily," a woman suffrage paper, from 1849 to 1853. She came to Council Bluffs about 25 years ago. She attained a National reputation as a lecturer and advocate of woman suffrage and temperance. [New York Tribune (New York N.Y.), December 31, 1894, P.3]

KREICHER, Edward B. Obituary, June 9, 1894

Edward B. Kreicher, a wealthy resident of Staten Island, committed suicide. [New York tribune (new York, NY), June 9, 1894, p.6.]

PAGE, Henry N. Obituary

Perry, N.Y., June 30 - Henry N. Page died early this morning, aged seventy-one years. He came to Perry from New York City in 1843. He had since been a prominent business man and the recognized financier of Wyoming County. He was a member of the Assembly from Wyoming County for two terms - 1882 and 1884. [New York Tribune (New York, NY), July 1, 1894]