Long Island Daily Star, Saturday Jan 26, 1929
Henry J. Flanagan, old-time resident of Astoria, died early today at his home, 544 Thirtieth street (First avenue) He was the first president of the Holy Name Society of Mount Carmel Church and was also well-known as a member of the Veteran Fireman's Association of Astoria. Mr Flanagan was a former Federal employee. He retired ten years ago.

He leaves his wife, Mary, three daughters, Josephine Howell, Irene Hefner and Anna Flanagan, and three sons, George, Harry and Edwin. Funeral arrangements have not yet been completed.

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FLANAGAN-Henry J on Saturday, January 24, 1929 at his late residence 544 First avenue (30th street), Astoria Funeral on Tuesday January 29, 1929 at his late residence, thence to the church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, where a mass of requiem will be offered for the repose of his soul at 10am. Interment Mount St Mary's Cemetery family plot

-------- ibid, same page and repeated Monday evening Jan 28, 1929 Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Holy Name Society--Members are requested to assemble at the school hall. Crescent street, Astoria and proceed as a body to the hime of our late brother HENRY T.[sic] FLANAGAN, 544 First avenue, Astoria, Sunday evening, January 27, 1929 at 8pm/
EDWARD DONOHUE, President, FRED EISERT, Cor Secretary.

Death Certificate Information - Henry J. FLANAGAN, - Queens Cert# 903
DOD:            Jan 26, 1929 6:15am
DOB:            Mar 11, 1848; age: 80y 10m 15d
Occ:            retired engineer-fed gov,  status: married
Place of Dth:   544 1st av, type of premis: 1 family
Birthplace:     US
Father:         Andrew Flanagan,   b.  Ire
Mother:         Sarah Porter [sic], b.  Eng
attended fm:    Jan 29, 1929
cause:          Angina pectoris - unkn duration
contrib cause:  Cardiac sclerosis (coronary)- unkn duration
burial:         St Mary's Jan 29, 1929
Undertaker:     John J Keegan, 72 Newtown av, Ast
Doc:            W.W. Atola?, 30-20 29th st, LIC
Informant:      Mary Flanagan, wife.

NOTES (pf)
  • Photocopy, NYC Dept of Recd's & Info Services, Municipal Archives.
    Mother, Sarah Matthews' name was also incorrectly given as Sarah "Porter" on Peter S. Flanagan's Death Certificate.
    Death Certificate Information - Mary Ann CASEY FLANAGAN
    Standard Certificate of Death, Health Dept City of NY-Bureau of Recds,
    d. Dec 30, 1932; filed Jan 2, 1933 (included w/1933 recds),
    Queens, c# 72 (end of 1933 recds), NYC Municipal Archives.
    Full Name:      Mary Ann Flanagan
    DOD:            Dec 30, 1932, 11pm
    DOB:            Dec 22, 1855 [1847/48?]
    Age:            77[84?]y 10m 8d
    Occ:            Housewife-housework
    Stat:           widowed
    Place of Dth:   544 1st Ave, tp of premis: private
    Birthplace:     USA; in US: blank; in NY: life
    Father:         Lawrence Casey, b. Ire
    Mother:         Ann Moran, b. Ire
    attended fm:    Dec 15, 1932
    Cause:          Terminal Hypostatic(?) pneumonia-2 dyas
    Contrib cause:  Generalized arteriosclerosis,, Chr Myocarditis-4 yrs
    Burial:         St Mary's, Jan 3, 1933
    Undertaker:     M.A. Gleason, Inc. #648, 49-18 Northern Blvd, Flushing
    Doctor:         William W. Hala?, 30-20 29th st, LIC

    NOTES (pf) Informant: need notes. only one page copied - may be missing 2nd
    Copy made at Municipal Archives July 1998. Stated date of birth in 1855 unlikely. A Mary Ann Casey, two years old, daughter of Lawrence and Ann Casey, was included in the Lawrence's 1850 census listing. She was said to be 11 in 1860.

    Flanagan home at http://www.pefagan.com/gen/flan/flanhome.htm
    Updated Dec 31, 1998 by
    Patty Fagan at pfagan@compuserve.com