lost overboard 19 February 1896 during a “severe storm” from the steamship
Niagara, which was returning from Nassau, Bahamas; member of the banking firm
of Ladenburg, Thalman & Company of New York City; “owner of the beautiful
country seat a mile south of this village [Westbury] ... Mr. Ladenburg was one of
the first wealthy city men to buy and improve property in this section”
LAEMY Mrs. Michael
d. at Long Island City; funeral at St. Patrick’s R. C. Church, Huntington, by Father
York; interment at Catholic Cemetery, West Neck; former resident of Fair Ground
funeral 5 October 1891; interment at Westbury; tubercolosis meningitis; “prior to
its death slept for 225 hours”; Hempstead item
LAINE Mary A.
d. 4 September 1898; funeral at Cheshire, Connecticut; wife of Rev.Thomas N.
Laine, former pastor of M. E. Church, Glen Cove; mother of “several daughters”;
“Mrs. Laine had many warm friends in [Glen Cove]”
LAMAR L. Q. C.
d. [23 January 1893] at Macon, Georgia; Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court;
former U. S. Senator from Mississippi and Secretary of the Interior under
President Cleveland; long obit in 28 January 1893 paper
LAMB Rev. E. W.
funeral 5 January 1897 at Lafayette, [Sussex] County, New Jersey; “particular
friend” of the Rev. S. L. Cox, Baptist pastor at Huntington and Cold Spring, who
was called to preach the funeral sermon
LAMB John T.
d. 29 July 1894; Rockville Centre item; father of Alfred T. Lamb, another son and
two daughters; grandfather of nine and great-grandfather of five
d. 24 November 1896 at Glen Cove; funeral St. Patrick’s R. C. Church, Glen
Cove; interment at Brookville; wife of Edward Lamb; resident of Glen Cove
d. 19 November 1898 at Cold Spring Harbor; consumption; funeral at St. Patrick’s
R. C. Church, Huntington; interment at Catholic Cemetery, West Neck; wife of
James Lambert; mother of two “small children”
LAMBERTSON Ada Bell
d. 27 March 1892 at Stony Brook; convulsions; resident of Kings Park
LAMBERTSON Daniel Henry
d. 24 April 1900; pneumonia; funeral at Christ Episcopal Church, Oyster Bay, by
Rev. Washburn; interment at Smith Plot, Cove Neck; unnamed widow survives;
father of six children
d. 7 May 1893 at Brooklyn; resident of Huntington