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Title Newsclipping: Funeral Today. Miss Mary F. Hildemann Rites; School Teacher. (Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1960-1970.)
Object Name Clipping, Newspaper
Catalog Number 2014.065.0104
MULTIMEDIA LINKS
Collection Hildemann & Field Families Collection
Credit Gift of John & Mary Joy Field Sestanovich.
Scope & Content Newspaper clipping: Funeral Today. Miss Mary F. Hildemann Rites; School Teacher. (Hoboken, no date, circa 1960-1970.)

Obituary of daughter of John Frances Hildemann and Margaret C. Hildemann of Hoboken; she lived at 622 Garden St.

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Notes Archives 2014.065.0104

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Funeral Today. Miss Mary F. Hildemann Rites; School Teacher.

Funeral for Miss Mary F. Hildemann, who died Saturday at Doctor’s Hospital, Union City, will be held at 9 a. m. today from Earl F. Bosworth Funeral Home, Hoboken, Burial will be in Holy Name Cemetery.

A Solemn High Mass of Requiem will be offered at 10 a.m. in Our Lady of Grace Roman Catholic Church, where deceased for many years was soloist.

Born in Hoboken, Miss Hildemann, a member of the Hoboken school system for 35 years, served as chief clerk at David E. Rue School and was active in civic and political activities in Hoboken. She was one of the organizers of the Guild at St. Mary’s Hospital, serving for several years as treasurer of the group.

A resident of 622 Garden st. deceased is survived by 3 brothers, John E., a Hoboken city employe; Arthur J., a member of Hudson County Police Departmenf, and Louis, traffic manager for a New York firm. A sister, Mrs. Rita V. Field, also survives.

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People Hildemann, John Frances
Hildemann, Marguerite V.
Hildemann, Mary F.
Hildemann, John F.
Hildemann, Arthur J.
Hildemann, Margaret Eagan
Hildemann, Louis E.
Date 1960-1970
Year Range from 1960
Year Range to 1970
Search Terms Hoboken Police
Our Lady of Grace Church
Rue School
Saint Mary Hospital
Caption Mary F. Hildemann obituary
Imagefile 313\20140650104.TIF
Classification Church
Death
Education
Funerals
Hospitals
Music
Religion
Schools
Social & Personal Activity
Women