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Louisville news, Kentucky Irish American 9/20/13

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Louisville news, Kentucky Irish American 9/20/13

Posted: 1397095595000
Classification: Death
Edited: 1397095969000
Surnames: Higgins, Dillon, Monicke, Chester, Keller, Gruesser, Brophey, Carroll, Kelty,
Kentucky Irish American, September 20, 1913, pg 1 (Louisville, KY)

The last sad rites over the remains of William Higgins took place Wednesday morning at St. Cecelia's church. Deceased was forty-eight years old and a brother of Mrs. James Dillon, 2049 Lytle street.

Mrs. Kate Monicke, of St. Louis, an aunt of Mrs. John F. Chester, of this city, died Thursday afternoon after a short illness, the funeral taking place this morning. The deceased was well known in Louisville, where she had many friends who extend their heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family.

Elizabeth Keller, an esteemed member of St. Anthony's congregation, succumbed to a complication Monday evening and was interred Thursday morning in St. Michael's cemetery. Funeral services were held at St. Anthony's and were largely attended. The deceased was a sister of Mrs. John Gruesser, 2406 West Market street.

Tuesday afternoon at her home, 726 Zane street, occurred the death of Mrs. Annie Brophey Carroll, beloved wife of Patrolman John Carroll. Mrs. Carroll was apparently in good health, but suffered a stroke of apoplexy and fell on her own doorstep. She was thirty-nine years old, and besided her husband leaves eight children. All her life she has been an active worker for St. Louis Bertrand's church and was highly respected by all who knew her. The funeral took place Thursday morning.

The death of Miss Carrie Kelty, beloved daughter of Emma C. and the late J. W. Kelty and sister of James C. Kelty, is a sad affliction to her relatives and friends. Miss Kelty was a woman of lovely disposition and a heart imbued with strong devotion, and all who knew her recognized her worth. Her funeral took place Wednesday morning from St. John's church, where she was a regular communicant from her girlhood days. For the aged mother there is felt profound sympathy in her bereavement."

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