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Monday, September 21, 1897
Funeral of Thomas E Hayes
The remains of Thomas E Hayes were removed from the family residence, 30 Second St., to the Cathedral Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock, where the funeral services were held, the Rev. Father Hennon officiating. The internment took place in the family lot in St. Joseph’s Cemetery, and the prayers were read by the Rev. Father Brennan. The bearers were Arthur Kennedy, Walter Kennedy, John Ryan, Hervey Hayes, Freddie Gelinas and Peter Gelinas . The grave was covered with amount of floral tributes, including the following; Pillow, from the family; crosses, from Mr. and Mrs. William Howe and Mr. and Mrs. W H Hickey; star, Nellie Kilty; Crescent, the Misses Kennedy; 25 pinks, a friend; cluster of astors, Kittie Howe, Nellie and Sarah Donovan, Johnnie Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. J T Desmond and Annie Lynch; baskets, Hattie Sullivan and Mrs. F W Hart, and bouquets from Ida and Emma Tardy, Mr. and Mrs. George L Stearns, Mrs. John Horrigan, Mrs. Catherine Horrigan, Mrs. Edward Harrington, Hervey, Emma and Willie Hayes, Grace Robinson, Gracie Ayer, Mary Davis, Alfreda Balch, Freddie and Lucy Copson, Ernest and Frank Copson, Mrs. John Edgerly, Fred Linen, Richard Kane and wife, Mrs. William Burke, Fred and Rosie Lawrence, Jere Desmond, Minnie and Willie McCarthy, Annie Dyson, Eve McLean, Master Wingate, Mrs. T W Robinson, Mrs. Clagg??, Mrs. Goshen and Mrs. Stone. The funeral was under the direction of William F Kennedy with T F Collins undertaker.