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Long Islander Melody Cesare may have already seen Michael Bublé in concert 18 times, but she's ready to attend yet another of his concerts soon. The Canadian crooner will finally play Nassau Coliseum on Friday after his original March 24, 2020, gig was rescheduled three times.

"I knew that his concerts would happen eventually," says Cesare, who has held onto her tickets for almost two years. "He promised his fans the concerts would start again as soon as it was safe for to be in crowds."

Cesare, who may just be Long Island's biggest Michael Bublé fan, once got pulled onstage at Madison Square Garden in 2010 by Bublé after she took a photograph with his grandfather and held up a sign that the singer read.

"I made a sign that said, ‘Your Nonno took a picture with me. Will you do the same?’ " she recalls. "He called me up on stage and we took a picture. I was literally shaking."

When Cesare got to meet Bublé in 2019 at the Prudential Center in Newark, she had him autograph her right shoulder.

"The next morning I drove straight to a tattoo parlor and had it inked," she says. "There was no way I was going to let it wear off."

(Photo credit: Alejandra Villa Loarca and Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

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BAKER, Abraham
Died at Easthampton, Mr. Abraham Baker, aged 88. [The Long-Island Star (Brooklyn, New York); 30 Jul 1817. Wed]

BEEBE, Thomas
In this village, this morning, Captain Thomas Beebe, aged 57. [The Corrector, Sag Harbor, NY, August 24, 1822, p. 3; transcribed by J. Swanson]

Died at Chicago, (Illinois) August 28, 1856, Moses G. BOWDITCH, aged 26 years, a native of Shelter Island, Suffolk county, N. Y. (A poem follows regarding a cousin and the death notice is signed by N. M. M., Marion, Sept. 16.) ["DeWitt Courier", (DeWitt County, IL) 19 Sep 1856 -- tr by Linda Kingery]

BUSK, Elizabeth
In this village, on Tuesday last, of dropsy, Mrs. Elizabeth Busk, aged about 45. [The Long-Islander, Huntington, NY, July 26, 1839, p. 3; transcribed by J. Swanson]

CARMAN, George F.
George F. Carman, president of the village of Patchogue and one of the wealthiest men in the town, died on Wednesday at his home, at the age of 74 years. He had held a number of offices of trust. He had been a trustee of Brookhaven township, Sheriff of Suffolk County, editor of "The Suffolk County Herald," Collector of Internal Revenue for the First District of New York, and Assemblyman from Suffolk County. The burial will take place tomorrow, and the funeral will be held in the Methodist Episcopal Church at Patchogue. [Friday, October 2, 1891; New York Tribune (New York, NY)Page: 7]

CLELAND, Rosalie M.
CLELAND, Rosalie M., of Hauppauge, NY on June 29, 2008 in her 80th year. Beloved wife of 60 years to Marshall R. Loving mother of Marshall W., Patrick R., Alane C. Levy and Barbara Jane Ruth. Devoted grandmother of six. Reposing Moloney's Hauppauge Funeral Home, 840 Wheeler Rd. (Rte. 111) Hauppauge, NY. Burial Wednesday, July 9, 2008 at Bluff View Cemetery, Vermillion, South Dakota. Visiting Saturday 7-9pm. [Newsday (Melville, NY) - Wednesday, July 2, 2008]

Louis Dalrymple, an artist whose caricatures of politicians and cartoons on political situations have appeared in well known newspapers and periodicals died suddenly of acute paresis at Amityville, L. I. [The Aitkin Age (Aitkin, Aitkin, MN), January 2, 1906, p2]

DENTON, Alexander
At Newark, N. J. on Saturday last, Alexander Denton, son of Mr. Samuel Denton, of Lloyd’s Neck, aged about 25 years. His remains were brought to this village for interment. [The Long-Islander, Huntington, NY, August 16, 1839, p. 3; transcribed by J. Swanson]

DERRING, Esther S.
On Shelter Island, on 31st ult. Mrs. Esther S. Dering, in the 77th year of her age, relict of the late Gen. Sylvester Dering. [The Long-Islander, Huntington, NY, August 9, 1839, p. 3; transcribed by J. Swanson]

FAHEY, Thomas
THOMAS FAHEY, age 91, passed away on April 17, 1997 after an extended illness. Tom was born in County Galway, Ireland on August 24, 1905. He was retired from Grumman Aircraft in Bethpage, NY. He moved to West Palm Beach, FL in 1972 and spent the last six years in Stuart, FL. He was a member of St. Juliana's Catholic Church, West Palm Beach, FL. He was a founding member and past president of the Ancient Order Of Hibernians and was a Grand Knight of the Knights Of Columbus, both of Suffolk County, NY.Surviving family members include two sons; Thomas J. and (Geraldine) Fahey, of Stuart, FL and Edward Fahey of Blue Point, NY; seven grandchildren, Kathleen Wall and Margaret Alexander both of Stuart, FL, Maureen Fraser of Boston, MA, Eileen Fahey of West Palm Beach, FL, Rebecca, Caroline and Johnathan Fahey, all of Blue Point, NY; five great-grandchildren, John, Catherine, Thomas, -Zachary and Meghan. A Funeral Mass will be held at 9:15 a.m. on Monday, April 21, 1997 at St. Juliana's Catholic Church, 4500 South Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, FL. Interment will follow at Our Lady Queen Of Peace Cemetery in West Palm Beach, FL. Friends may call at the funeral home on Sunday, April 20, 1997 from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. A scripture service will be held at 7:15 p.m. Arrangements are under the direction of the MIZELL-FAVILLE-ZERN SOUTHDALE CHAPEL, 4101 Parker Avenue, West P alm Beach, Florida 33405. -- [Palm Beach Post, The (FL) - April 20, 1997]

FLOYD, Col. Benjamin
A most worthy revolutionary character, aged 80 died. Source: Schoharie Observer (Schoharie, N.Y.), Volume: III, Issue: 31, Page: 3, Date: Wednesday, May 23, 1821 Transcribed by: Debbie Oberst

GILE, Joseph
Class of 1857 - JOSEPH GILE. Born, Oct. 14, 1836, in Pottsville, Penn. Son of Alfred A. and Lucinda M. Kern Gile. Fitted at N.H. Conference Seminary. He taught in the high schools of Clarence, N.Y., Warsaw, N.Y., Huntington, L.I., and a grammar school in Brooklyn. Twenty-five years since, he became connected with the public schools of New Haven, Conn., and for the last fifteen years has conducted a college preparatory school for young men, serving also for ten years on the board of education. Died, Aug. 4, 1898, in Franklin, N.H. [Source: "Dartmouth College Necrology, 1898-1899, Hanover, N.H., Dartmouth Press, 1899. Transcribed by Kim Mohler]

GRIFFING, Nathaniel
At Riverhead, on the 7th inst. Mr. Nathaniel Griffing, Jr. aged 38 years; respected and lamented by all his friends and acquaintance. [The Corrector, Sag Harbor, NY, November 16, 1822, p. 3; transcribed by J. Swanson]

GUERNSEY, James Lowerre
James Lowerre Guernsey Funeral: Memorial 10 a.m. Friday at the Ocean Springs Chapel of Bradford-O'Keefe Funeral Homes.

OCEAN SPRINGS, MS --- James Lowerre Guernsey, 69, of Ocean Springs, died Tuesday, April 6, 1999, in Biloxi. Mr. Guernsey was a native of Bay Shore, NY. He taught for 33 years at East Islip, NY, and at Nassau County Community College in Garden City, NY. He has been a resident of the Coast for the past 10 years. He was a Korean War veteran having served as a cryptographer at Washington, D.C., in NSA. He received his BA at Hofstra College, his master's degree at NY State University in Albany, NY, and his doctorate at Columbia University in New York City. He was a tireless worker in the New York Teachers Union and did much volunteer work at a women's shelter in Suffolk County, NY. On the Coast he was the Secretary of the Coast Rifle and Pistol Club. He also was a skeet shooter. He was preceded in death by his parents, Bernard and Catherine Guernsey of Long Island, NY. Survivors include his wife of 40 years, Barbara Byrd Guernsey, and several cousins. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, April 9, 1999, at the Ocean Springs Chapel of Bradford-O'Keefe Funeral Homes where friends may call one hour before service time. There will be a committal service at 12:30 p.m. Friday at Biloxi National Cemetery. --[Sun Herald, The (Biloxi, MS) - April 8, 1999, contributed by A. Newell. ]

HELME, Timothy H.
Class of 1852 – TIMOTHY HUDSON HELME. Born, Sept. 30, 1818, Newburgh, N.Y. Son of Thomas and Julietta (Hudson) Helme. Fitted at Greenport, L.I., N.Y., and at New Haven, Conn. Graduated, Union College, 1842. Practiced medicine about seven years in Illinois, when ill health required him to retire, spending the rest of his life engaged in farming. Died, Apr. 8, 1890, Miller Place, N.Y. Married, 1859, Miller Place, N.Y., Susan, daughter of William and Angeline Hopkins, who survives. Children: Arthur Hudson, Cornelius Hopkins, both living. [Source: "Dartmouth College Necrology, 1899-1900", Hanover, N.H., Dartmouth Press, 1899. Transcribed by Kim Mohler]

Charleston, Ill., March 27 - John Hildreth, a wealthy, retired farmer, died here this morning. He was born in Sag Harbor, NY, in 1823 [Thursday, March 28, 1895, Daily Inter Ocean (Chicago, Illinois)]

HORTON, Hannah
In Southold, the 6th inst. Hannah, wife of Jonathan G. Horton, in the 30th year of her age. [The Corrector, Sag Harbor, NY, September 14, 1822, p. 3; transcribed by J. Swanson]

At Sag Harbor on the 31st ult. Mrs. Peggy Howell, aged 57, relict of Silas Howell. [The Long-Islander, Huntington, NY, August 9, 1839, p. 3; transcribed by J. Swanson]

JOHNSON, George M.
Pompano Beach, FL -- George M. JOHNSON, 46, of Pompano Beach died on May 20, 1997. Mr. Johnson moved to this area in 1982 from Suffolk County, NY, where he was owner of the Brook Ave. Deli in Bayshore, NY and continued in the food service industry in this area. He was a member of St. Elizabeth Catholic Church and is survived by his parents, George H. and Lillian D. Johnson of Port St. Lucie; wife, Karen; sons, George W., Michael T. and William J.; daughter, Patricia E. Johnson all of this area; sisters, Joanne Johnson of Tamarac, Nancy Noton of Port St. Lucie and Christine Kalbach of N. Lauderdale; 2 grandchildren, William J. and Caitlyn Johnson. Mass of Christian Burial will be recited, 11 AM, Saturday at St. Elizabeth Catholic Church by The Reverend John Glory. Friends may call from 2-5 to 7-9 PM, Friday at the funeral home, where a wake service will be recited at 7:15 PM. Arrangements by NATIONAL ALL FAITH FUNERALS, 1444 S. Federal Hwy, Deerfield Beach. -- [South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, FL) - May 23, 1997, contributed by A. Newell. ]

KELSEY, Charles C.
Dated 4 Sep 1873 -- The portion of the human body, found in Oyster Bay, N. Y. Has been identified from a chain and locket, as that of Charles C. Kelsey of Huntington, N.Y. who mysteriously disappeared 18 Nov. 1872 after being tarred and feathered, owing to his persistent attention to a young woman. [Source: Pioneer Times. Oct. 1987, Vol 11, No 4. Typed by Joanne Scobee Morgan]

KREMM, Jared J.
Marine Lance Cpl. Jared J. Kremm, 24, Hauppauge, N.Y.; Saqlawiyah, Iraq
The life of Jared Kremm, the Long Island Marine killed in Iraq two weeks ago, came full circle yesterday. It was at Trinity Lutheran Church in Islip in 1983 where Kremm was baptized as a child, a beginning of sorts to a life of 24 years that would take him to different parts of the world as a soldier. Yesterday, hundreds of friends, family members and Marines came to the church to bid farewell to Kremm, his American flag-draped coffin resting at the center of the church. "In baptism, there is hope even in tragic times," the Rev. David Wackenhuth said during his homily for Kremm. A small American flag hung from a chain of papers decorated across the church, a tiny link to the more than 3,000 others who had been baptized there since 1927. The flag, a few feet above the coffin, was attached to Kremm's link, an informal note of each person's baptism at the church. "Jared was a hero; you've heard that again and again," Wackenhuth told the mourners. "He's your hero." Kremm, who was raised in Bay Shore but attended high school and later lived in Hauppauge, was killed Oct. 27 in an explosion in Saqlawiyah while his unit searched for mines and hidden weapons, the U.S. Defense Department has said. A lance corporal with the 2nd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, 2nd Marine Expeditionary, Kremm was serving his second tour in Iraq. He was the 13th soldier from Long Island to die in the Iraq war and at least the third with ties to Bay Shore killed. "There's still a great feeling of disbelief," said Kremm's uncle, Donald Young, 40. "It just doesn't seem real or possible." Yesterday's goodbye began with a small service at the Chapey Funeral Home in East Islip. After a processional of cars made its way to nearby Trinity, six Marines carried Kremm's coffin out of a hearse and into the church. Several soldiers and police officers who lined a walkway saluted, right hands in white gloves, as the coffin passed. Kremm's mother, Nancy Young Kremm, was directly behind them, leaning on family members for support. The service, a unique blend of military solidarity and a heartfelt farewell from a Long Island community to one of its own, celebrated Kremm's life as a soldier, relative and friend. But his work in Iraq, his legacy, was the theme of the funeral. "Every generation has produced Jared Kremms ... heroes so that we can be safer," said Rep. Steve Israel (D-Huntington), who compared Kremm to revolutionaries who fought for American independence, the end of slavery and in World War II. "That is why Jared fought, and that's why he fell." Cpl. Jose Soto, 27, who served with Kremm in Iraq, said his comrade had been a sparkplug, energizing the troops whenever there was a lull. "If a job needed to be done," Soto said, "he would motivate the whole platoon to get it done." Kremm was buried at Calverton National Cemetery in Calverton. [Newsday, Melville NY, 11/08/2005; Sub by DR]

Mrs. Ann E. McCormack died on Sunday at her home in Comac, L.I. She was 92 years old and had lived all her life in Suffolk county. [Tuesday, April 18, 1893; New York Herald (New York, NY); Page: 12]

MILLER, George
Mr. George Miller, who died at his residence, Riverhead, L.I., on Wednesday, at the advanced age of 84 years, was a leading lawyer of the Suffolk County Bar. He was the founder of the Riverhead Academy, represented Suffolk county in the Legislature, and also filled the offices of District Attorney and County Judge. He was closely connected with the history of Suffolk county for two generations. [Saturday, November 3, 1883; New York Herald (New York, NY) Page: 3]

MOORE, Amanda E.
At Greenport, on Monday, Miss Amanda E. Moore, daughter of Samuel Moore, dec. [The Long-Islander, Huntington, NY, August 9, 1839, p. 3; transcribed by J. Swanson]

OAKES, Ephraim
Another Revolutionary Soldier Gone
At his residence, in Suffolk county, town of Huntington, on the 21st, aged 90 years. He enlisted under Major Dubois in 1775- went under him to the siege of Quebec- was near General Montgomery, and his aid when they tell-returned in the spring of 1776, under General Arnold-got a furlough from his captain to visit his native place at Huntington L. I.- was taken prisoner by the British, who then had possession of the IslandSource: Evening Post (New York, NY), Volume: XLIV, Page: 3, Date: Tuesday, April 28, 1846 Transcribed by: Debbie Oberst]

In Southampton, on Monday last, after a short but painful illness, Edith, wife of Mr. James Parker, aged 28 years. [The Corrector, Sag Harbor, NY, November 16, 1822, p. 3; transcribed by J. Swanson]

PARKER, George
In this village, on the 28th instant, Mr. George Parker, aged 20 years. [The Corrector, Sag Harbor, NY, November 30, 1822, p. 3; transcribed by J. Swanson]

PARSONS, Augustus
At Easthampton on Sunday, Mr. Augustus Parsons, in the 61st year of his age. [The Long-Islander, Huntington, NY, August 16, 1839, p. 3; transcribed by J. Swanson]

PAYNE, Benjamin K.
Benjamin K. Payne, 68 years old, died suddenly at Riverhead, L.I., last night. He was one of the oldest members of the Suffolk county bar, and had practised law in Riverhead for nearly 40 years. Death was due to acute indigestion. He leaves a daughter, the wife of Theodore Terry, of Jamesport. [Wednesday, January 08, 1896; New York Herald, New York, NY]

PAYNE, Henry M.
Henry M. Payne, 78, died from pulmonary congestion at Southampton hospital Thursday. He was a farmer and resident of North Haven. Funeral services were held Saturday at home of Mrs. Larry Cady. The Rev. S. H. Barrett officiated. Burial at Oakland cemetery. [Sag Harbor Express, Sag Harbor, NY, April 19, 1923, p. 1; transcribed by J. Swanson]

PENNY, Esther
At Wading River, Suffolk County, Long Island on the 22nd died. Widow of William Penny, in the 103d year of her age. [Source: Centinel of Freedom (Newark, N.J.), Volume: XLI, Issue: 40, Page: 3, Date: Tuesday, June 13, 1837 Transcribed by: Debbie Oberst]

Key Largo, FL -- MORTON J. PHILLIPS , born April 14, 1919, died Saturday, October 3, 1998 at the Plantation Key Convalescent Center in Tavernier, Florida. He was the son of Benjamin and Ethel Fleischer Phillips, deceased, of St. Albans, NY. Ethel Phillips was the sister of cartoonist, Max Fleischer. Mr. Phillips, born in Brooklyn, NY, had resided in 1947 in Mattituck, Long Island until moving to Key Largo, FL in 1983 with his wife of 51 years, Rosalind Samuel Phillips. Mrs. Phillips continues to reside in Key Largo. Mr. Phillips is also survived by his sons, William J. Phillips of Albany and Richard K. Phillips of Niskayuana; a sister, Paula Scide of Del Ray Beach, FL; a brother, Lawrence and his wife, Phyllis of Cheshire, MA; two daughters-in-law, Karen Flanigan Phillips and Dorothy Reiter Phillips; four grandchildren, Jessica of San Francisco, Matthew and Tyler of Albany and Benjamin of Niskayuna and five nieces and nephews. Mr. Phillips, an avid fisherman and boatsman, was the founder of Phillips Investigation Bureau, located in Mattituck, Long Island. he was also co-owner with his wife of Phillips Department Store of Mattituck. Earlier in his career he worked as a freight conductor on the Long Island Railroad. He also was a Deputy Sheriff and corrections officer in Suffolk County, NY and was active on Long Island in Southold town politics. He was a veteran of World War II, serving as an interpreter and communications officer in New Guinea and the Philippines where he reached the rank of Sergeant. For a time he was on loan to the Australian Army, and was also in the Pacific Theater serving in the 860th Engineers division. Mr. Phillips was active for more than 25 years as a volunteer firefighter, the Coast Guard Auxiliary, the Disabled Veterans Association and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Private family arrangements have been made in Florida. -- [Times Union, The (Albany, NY) - October 10, 1998, contributed by A. Newell.]

RABER, Steven Thomas
Vale, NC - Steven Thomas Raber 17, of 2931 Sam Houser Rd. died July 9, 1996, at Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte. Funeral is 2 p.m. today at St. Dorothy's Catholic Church with Father Ric Farwell officiating. Burial is in Forest Lawn Cemetery. He was born in Suffolk County, NY, on May 23, 1979. He was a rising senior at West Lincoln High School and a member of St. Dorothy's Catholic Church. Survivors include his mother, Jan Raber of the home; father, Robert Raber of Albany, NY; grandparents, Anthony and Rose Cianflone of Vale, and Henry and Patricia Raber of Copiague, NY; five aunts; and six uncles. Warlick Funeral Home, Lincolnton, is in charge. -- [The Charlotte Observer, (NC) - July 11, 1996, contributed by A. Newell.]

ROMANCE, Mary Goodwin
Lincolnton, NC - Mrs. Mary Goodwin Romance 83, of Asheville, formerly of Lincolnton, died Monday, June 8, 1998, at Blue Ridge Care Center, Asheville. Memorial service is 7 p.m. Thursday at E.F. Drum Funeral Home.  Born May 26, 1915, in Suffolk County, NY, Mrs. Romance was daughter of the late Joseph Russell Goodwin and Alice Drum Goodwin and wife of the late John Romance. She attended school in New York, was employed in nursing in home health care, and was a member of St. Agnes Catholic Church, New York. Survivors include son and daughter-in-law, Frank and Marion Romance of Lincolnton; and granddaughter, Carrie Ann Romance of Bessemer City.-- [The Charlotte Observer (NC) - June 10, 1998, contributed by A. Newell.]

RUSTEN, Catharine
Hydrophobia - Died, at Newtown Bridge (L.I.)
October 1st, Catharine Rusten, aged 4 years, daughter of John Rusten, deceased. About 6 weeks ago she was bitten in the arm by a dog supposed to be mad, and which died the same night; and which had bitten on the same day a black man who has not yet suffered any inconvenience. On Wednesday, Catharine complained of being unwell, and her symptoms becoming alarming, Dr. Cox was called on Friday morning, who pronounced her disease hydrophobia. She was violently affected, frothing at the mouth and snapping as if to bite her mother and others around her. She died on Saturday morning. L.I. Star. [Wednesday, October 19, 1831; Ithaca Journal (Ithaca, New York); Page: 2]

SKINNER, Benjamin Rush
Class of 1861 – B. 22 June, 1840, Greenport, N.Y. Lawyer. D. 22 Dec., 1908, Middle town, N.Y. [Source: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1910-1911, Hanover, N.H. Transcr ibed by Kim Mohler]

SMITH, child
In this village on Saturday last, a child of Mr. Carman Smith, aged 10 months. [The Long-Islander, Huntington, NY, August 2, 1839, p. 3; transcribed by J. Swanson]

Class of 1879 - ALFRED MATTHIAS SPALDING. M.D., Coll. P. and S., N.Y., 1883. B. 13 Apr., 1857, Greenup, Ky. Physician. D. 3 Jan., 1910, Speonk, L.I., N.Y. [Source: "Dartmouth College Necrology, 1909-1910, Hanover, N.H. Transcribed by Kim Mohler]

On the same day, (Jan 5, 1867) Mrs. Nancy Taylor, aged 100 years, died at Eastport. [The Evansville Daily Journal (Evansville, Indiana) 28 Jan 1867, Page 6]

March 31st, in Southold, Suffolk County, Long Island, John Thompson, father of Dr. John Thompson, of this city in the 71st year of his age died. Funeral from his late residence in Southold, on Sunday afternoon, April 2nd. Source: Daily Albany Argus ( Albany, N.Y.) Volume: L, Issue: 18586, Page: 4, Date: Saturday, April 1, 1876

Who died suddenly at Riverhead, L.I. yesterday afternoon, was a prominent lawyer and well known Republican of Suffolk County. Mr Tuthill was sixty-six years old, and the son of Nathaniel Tuthill, a wealthy ship owner and timber merchant. His brothers, the Rev. George M. Tuthill, Dr. Franklin Tuthill, and Ellsworth Tuthill, and his sister, Miss Sarah Tuthill, were well known in business, literary and religious circles, Mr. Tuthill, soon after his graduation from Williams College, began his practice of law at Riverhead, Suffolk county, associated with ex judge George Miller, the law firm of Miller & Tuthill became widely known in the county. Mr. Tuthill served two terms in the Legislature, and was then elected District Attorney. When his term of office expired he was re-elected. In 1880 he was elected Surrogate, and continued in that office until 1892, when he declined re-election. It is worthy of remark that Mr. Tuthill was never defeated for any office to which he aspired. For thirty years he was Superintendent of the Congregational Sunday School,and up to the time of his death was actively engaged in the practice of his profession. He was attorney for the Riverhead Saving Bank, and the Suffolk County National Bank. President of the Suffolk County Historical Society, and member and fellow of the Long Island Historical Society. Mr Tuthill leaves a wife and one daughter, Ruth H. Tuthill. [Source: New York Tribune (New York, NY) Page: 3, Date: Friday, January 19, 1894 Transcribed by: Debbie Oberst]

WAGNER, Charles
Charles Wagner, for 20 years a resident of Lindenhurst, L.I., died suddenly yesterday at Frankfort, Germany, his birthplace, where he had gone on a visit. He was 55 years old. Mr. Wagner was a prominent merchant and the wealthiest man in Lindenhurst, and he was looked upon as the founder of the village. He was Postmaster under President Cleveland from 1884 to 1888, and for 8 years was Justice of the peace of the town of Babylon. For a number of years, he was a member of the Democratic County Committee of Suffolk county. He was twice married, and is survived by a widow and several children. His body will be brought to Lindenhurst for interment. [The Sun. (New York N.Y.), 21 Aug. 1895

WOOD, John
John Wood died yesterday at his home in Sayville, Long Island. He was born in Patchogue on February 5, 1819, his father, a woollen manufacturer, having come from England and established his business in the county at the beginning of this century. Mr. Wood was in early life a successful and popular school teacher, and for many years he was extensively engaged in mercantile business. In 1861 he was elected Clerk of Suffolk County, and held the office two terms. For ten years successively he was Supervisor of the town of Islip, and declined further nominations. Few men were better known and none was more highly respected. Mr. Wood leaves three children; one of his sons is a lawyer in this city and the other a student in the Columbia College School of Mines. [Tuesday, December 21, 1886; New York Tribune (New York, NY) Page: 5]

WOOD, Jonah
At Dix Hills, on the 9th instant, Mr. Jonah Wood, aged about 40 years. [The Long-Islander, Huntington, NY, August 16, 1839, p. 3; transcribed by J. Swanson]

WOOD, Marianne
Died, On Saturday, the 20th inst, at Babylon L. I., after a lingering illness of abscess of the spleen, Marianne, the beloved wife of Thomas James Wood, Esq., late of Fort Hamilton, and 62 Chatham street, New York, aged 50 years and 26 days. [Source: "Weekly Herald" October 27, 1849; Tr by GT Team]

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It is with great sadness that the family of Christopher Jaisle announces his passing, after a brief battle with cancer, on February 20, 2018 at the age of 64 years. Chris will be lovingly remembered by his sons, Matthew and Daniel (Caitlin) and grandchildren, Donald and Calvin. The spirit and love that defined Chris will be remembered forever by his mother (Julia), and brothers and sisters - Andrew (Judy), Nancy (Steve), Susan (Ben), Lorraine (Ralph), Peter (Joy) and Donna (Mark). Chris will also be forever remembered by his numerous cousins and aunts and uncles.

A celebration of Chris's life will be held on March 3 at 10a.m. at St. Patrick's (9 N. Clinton Ave, Bay Shore, NY 11706). Those who so desire may make memorial donations in memory of Chris to the Church of the Sacred Heart Parish, mailed to 9300 Community Ln., Petersburg, VA 23805 or to the American Cancer Society online at

Diane Druckman Kelly, 42 of Massapequa Park, passed away Saturday, May 20th, 2017. She was proceeded by her Father Joseph, her brother Steven and her dear friend Hillary. She leaves behind her Mother Janice, her sisters Rhonda and Sharron, her loving husband Matthew and their six year old son Joseph. Diane’s warm and caring personality inspired her nickname Sunshine. She was the matriarch of our chosen family, she watched over scores of friends she kept us all close to her heart.

Her loving spirit and selfless disposition will be celebrated Thursday, May 25, 2017 from 9:30-10:30 AM at the Massapequa Funeral Home, North Chapel. 1050 Park Blvd. Mass. Pk., NY 11762. In accordance with Diane’s wishes, attire for the funeral service will be casual. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Go Fund Me page created to help with expenses.




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He mar­ried his beloved wife of 58 years, Gem­ma Rose An­drews (de­ceased) on Ju­ly 19, 1958. Within the BBC’s internal market I was able, as a current affairs editor, to win a series of lucrative commissions for my department and hire producers to make 45-minute-long documentaries, so that when a big football star, Princess Margaret, the Beatle George Harrison, Mrs Thatcher and several others died the BBC led with in-depth stories of their life and times. A silent march around Par­lia­ment at the Red House in Port-of-Spain in sup­port of the Drugs Sou Sou (DSS) came to a swift end yes­ter­day af­ter­noon when the po­lice in­ter­vened. It appears that you are trying to access our website from a location in the European Union, which enforces the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Teen arrested after knocking down man with dad's car, (Updated) Rain traps residents, drivers in south Trinidad, No one claims homeless man's body for burial. Then we want to hear from you. Ralph is sur­vived and loved by his two daugh­ters, Sharon (Rod­er­ick) and Francine (Richard), son, Doug, 7 grand­chil­dren, Nicole, Tam­my, Justin, Nathaniel, Ali­cia, Olivia, Si­mone; his sis­ters Elsie and Bren­da of Brook­lyn, NY, as well as sev­er­al nieces and nephews. Yet obituary writing is a valued art, much prized by all the leading foreign newspapers, which commission obituary writers long in advance of a likely demise. The BBC, like the British newspapers, had obituary departments in television and radio where newspaper cuttings and ready-to-go programmes could be accessed for a rapid response to the death of a range of public figures, not just prime ministers and members of the royal family. Tobago; Business; Features; Opinion; Carnival; Popular; Watch; Classifieds; Newsday on Facebook Newsday on Instagram Newsday on Twitter Newsday on YouTube Newsday … News; Latest; Sports; Sections. Selby was one of the last of that vintage of QRC- and CIC-educated high achievers, since VS Naipaul, Ulric Cross, Alan Butler, whom he counted among his friends, and others have gone, leaving only a few more behind. In TT, the Government Information Service or TTT would have films on the lives of the great and the good which we never see, although those of politicians can be viewed occasionally on the parliamentary channel. Cher­ished broth­er of Steve and Elodie (Duree), and pre­ced­ing him in death, Al­berti­na (‘Shu­lu’), Mil­dred (‘Doll’), and Lyn­da; he was the el­dest boy. Do you have a news tip? Ralph was born on Ju­ly 13, 1937.

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