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Funeral Listing-Julia E. Keane-Lowell Sun-Lowell MA-Sept. 4, 1928
Posted by: Maureen Reilly (ID *****3596) Date: April 26, 2004 at 07:49:02
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While at the library copying some obits, I managed to copy a Funeral Notice for Julia E. Keane. I am not related to this person, but thought I would post it hoping someone out there is.

Lowell Sun
Lowell, MA
September 4, 1928

KEANE - The funeral of the late Mrs. Julia E. Keane took place this morning from her late home, 29 Swift street at 9 o'clock. The funeral cortege headed by two cars filled with floral tributes proceeded to St. Peter's church where, at 10 o'clock, ,a solemn high mass of requiem was sung by Rev. John Sexton, assisted by Rev. Leo McCabe as deacon and Rev. Edward Shea of Mobile, Alabama, as sub-deacon. The choir sang Schmidt's mass. The solos being sustained by James E. Donnelly. Mary Rynne and Raymond Kelly, organist and director. The church was well filled with many friends of the deceased. The bearers were: Daniel Moriarty, Joseph Finnerty, Joseph Dawson, Thomas Maguire, Joseph Moriarty, Daniel Keefe. There was a profusion of beautiful floral tributes and a large number of spiritual offerings. Burial took place in the family lot in St. Patrick's cemetery where the committal prayers were read by Rev. Fr. Sexton. Arrangements in charge of Undertakers O'Connell & Fay.

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