d. 6 June 1900 at Laurel Hill; hit by L. I. R. R. train while walking along tracks
with his co-workers
RYDER [?] child
drowned 3 August 1894 at Wreck Lead in a creek; body not recovered; niece of
H. B. Ryder; Rockville Centre item
d. 15 May 1891 at Jamaica; hit by railroad train
RYDER Mrs. H. B.
d. 4 March 1891 at Mineola
RYDER Jacob L.
d. 1 May 1891 at Farmingdale; funeral at Hempstead; father of H. D. Ryder and
Stephen G. Ryder
SABIN Alva T.
74 y 8 m 9 d
d. 3 March 1897 at Huntington; interment at Augusta, Michigan; father of Mrs. H.
J. Du Bois of Huntington; “removed to this place from Augusta a few months ago”
ST. JOHN children
d. 7 April 1899 at New York City; house fire due to a gas explosion; three children
of Mrs. Gamaliel St. John
ST. JOHN Mrs. Gamaliel
d. 7 April 1899 at New York City; house fire due to gas explosion; sister-in-law of
Mrs. Wallace C. Andrews, also killed in the fire
d. 10 September 1892 at Hempstead; funeral at New York City; resident of
Hempstead since 1858, “coming here with only a few dollars. He died leaving an
estate valued at nearly $75,000"
d. at New York City; daughter of Bannat Salky; 18 April 1891 paper Hempstead
d. “last week”; child of E. E. Sammis; “thrown from a wagon in consequence of
being run into by two intoxicated men on the highway near the waterworks .....
the child came to its death by the criminal negligence of the said John Benham and
James Howard”; 8 July 1893 paper Northport item
d. 19 July 1895; interment at Northport; child of Edward Eugene Sammis
SAMMIS Adelia B.
70 y 7 m 19 d
d. 20 March 1892 at Huntington; “at one time carried on a large dressmaking
business at her residence on Wall Street” [Huntington]
d. 11 August 1898 at Huntington; suddenly; “accute Bright’s disease”; funeral at
M. E. Church, Huntington; interment at Huntington Rural Cemetery; daughter of
William Conklin; wife of George W. Sammis; she and husband joined the
Methodist church “under Mr. Judd’s pastorate”