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The Times, November 25, 1904

On the 21st inst., at Forest-gate, Anastasia Marie Caunter, nee D'Alton, wife of George Searle Caunter of Lichfield, aged 64 years, surrounded by all her children, fortified with all the Rites of Holy Church. R. I. P.
Australian and Irish papers, please copy.

The Barrier Miner, October 01, 1907 (Broken Hill, New South Wales)

Sydney, Monday - Robinson Dawson (54) and John Catts (76) died at Helensburg yesterday.

The Consett Chronicle, February 4, 1910
In memoriam notices of the year 1909

2nd January 1909:
James Car, son of James Car, Kyo, 2 years
7th January 1909:
Annie, daughter of Thomas Campbell, Stanley, 15 month
2nd February 1909:
John N. Carlton, Consett, 31 years
16th February 1909:
Elizabeth, wife of P. Cairns, Burnhopefield, 29 years
26th February 1909:
Frederick Cawthorne, Allenadale Cott., 26 years
5th March 1909:
Ann, widow of Daniel Casey, Consett, 58 years
6th March 1909:
John Cade, Crookhall, 32 years
7th March 1909:
Jane Cant, Bradley Cottages, 59 years
30th March 1909:
Elizabeth, daughter of J. Carruthers, Consett, 2 years
13th April 1909:
Irene, daughter of Thomas Carry, Usham Moor, 9 months
17th April 1909:
Ellen, wife of Thomas Carr, Stanley, 30 years
19th April 1909:
Elizabeth, widow of T. Calvert, Medomsley, 63 years
27th May 1909:
Elizabeth, wife of Henry Carey, Stanley, 60 years
1st June 1909:
Edward, son of Henry Carr, Stanley, 10 months
31st July 1909:
Thomas Carter, South Moor, 55 years
7th August 1909:
Patrick Campell, Kyo, 82 years
24th August 1909:
Doris, daughter of Thomas Cassidy, Craghead, 18 months

The Consett Chronicle, February 4, 1910
West Stanley Colliery Disaster, Townley Seam, 16 Feb 1909

Thomas Carr, Stanley, 23 years

The Northern Echo, December 7, 1921
Died in his Office

Obituary - William Carney

Mr. William Carney, a well-known Monkwearmouth coal merchant, died suddenly after reaching his office yesterday morning.
He was 70 years of age, and resided at 2, Hampden-rd., Roker. A native of Sunderland, he had been connected all his life with the Dock-st. United Methodist Chuech, in which he had held nearly every office. He leaves a widow, two sons, and one daughter.

1881 Census, England
32 Roker Avenue, Monkwearmouth, Durham
William Carney, aged 70 years, head
Isabella Carney, aged 72 years, wife
William Carney, aged 29 years, son
Margaret Hetherington, aged 22 years, servant
1901 Census, England
Monkwearmouth, Durham
William Carney, aged 49 years, head
Margaret Carney, aged 43 years, wife
Isabella Carney, aged 19 years, daughter
William H. Carney, aged 12 years, son
Charles A. Carney, aged 11 years, son
Margaret D. Carney, aged 10 years, daughter
Margarett J. H. Carney, aged 2 years, daughter

The Brooklyn Eagle, Saturday, October 21, 1944
Brooklyn, New York, New York, USA

89 Boro, L. I. Soldiers are killed in Action.
Washington, Oct. 20 - The War Department made public today the names of 2,818 soldiers killed in action in the European and Mediterranean areas. The following 89 Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island men are included:

Catropa, Pvt., Rudolph J. - Mrs. Alex Santavechi, sister, 9 Provenzano St., Inwood.

Rudolph Joseph Catropa was born on 06 September 1923 in Inwood, Nassau, New York. His parents were Charles Carmen (1892-1928) and Emma Catropa (1889-1943) from Czechoslovakia. Rudolph Joseph Catropa entered the US Army on 30 June 1942 and fought with the 731st Field Artillery Battalion. He felt on 06 August 1944 in France. He is interred in the Brittany American Cemetery, France.

The Red Bank Register, June 25, 1963
Red Bank, New Jersey, USA

New Brunswick (AP) - Leon A. Carpenter, Jr., editor of the Sunday Home News and television editor of the Daily and Sunday Home News, died Sunday at St. Peter's Hospital after an illness of several months. He was 48.
Carpenter, of 22 Sylvan Ave., Metuchen, joined the Home News in 1937 after working for the Washington Star and serving as editor of the Clinton Democrat.
He served as a reporter and suburban editor before being named editor of the Sunday newspaper.
He leaves his wife, Sally; two sons, Leon A. 3d, of Edison and Brian Lewis, and a daughter, Mrs. Sandra Clark of Hainesville.
Funeral services will be held tomorrow, with burial in Clinton.

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