|Title||Newsclipping: Mrs. Hildemann Dies; Was Widow Of Patrolman. (Hoboken, 1946)|
|Object Name||Clipping, Newspaper|
|Collection||Hildemann & Field Families Collection|
|Credit||Gift of John & Mary Joy Field Sestanovich.|
|Scope & Content||
Newspaper clipping: Mrs. Hildemann Dies; Was Widow Of Patrolman. (Hoboken, 1946)
Obituary for Margaret C. Hildemann, (nee Egan or Eagan,) widow of John Frances Hildemann of Hoboken; she lived at 622 Garden St.
Text is in notes.
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Mrs. Hildemann Dies; Was Widow Of Patrolman.
A lifelong resident of Hoboken, where she was born. Mrs. Margaret C. Hildemann, (nee Egan,) widow of Patrolman John F. Hildemann former police pension commissioner in that city, died at 10 o’clock last night at her home, 622 Garden Street.
Mrs. Hildemann succumbed to complications after a one-year illness. She was in her 76th year. Deceased was pre-deceased by her husband, a former president of the Hoboken Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, by seven years.
Mrs. Hildemann is survived by five children, Miss Mary F. well-known church singer; Louis E., Mrs., Rita, V Field. John P., and Hudson County Patrolman Arthur J. Hilde-mann. Six grandchildren also survive. They are, Sgt. John R. and Pvt. Robert E. Hildemann, in the armed forces; Thomas and Allan Hildemann, and Mary Joy, and Thomas Field.
Funeral will be held at 9 a. m Saturday from the Bosworth Funeral Home, 311 Willow avenue. Solemn mass of requiem will be offered at 10 o'clock in our Lady of Grace R. C. Church, burial following in Holy Name Cemetery.
Hildemann, John Frances
Hildemann, Marguerite V.
Hildemann, Mary F.
Hildemann, John F.
Hildemann, Arthur J.
Hildemann, Margaret Eagan
Hildemann, Louis E.
|Year Range from||1946|
|Year Range to||1946|
622 Garden St.
Our Lady of Grace Church
Bosworth Funeral Home
|Caption||Margaret Hildemann obituary|