Publication: The Cincinnati Times-Star
Cincinnati, OH, United States
ARE DONE AT
Body of Well-Known Merchant
Laid to Rest.
Burial Took Place at Cemetery
Business Men and Lodge
The funeral of Daniel C. Hemingray, secretary-treasurer of the Hemingray Glass company, was held Saturday afternoon in the chapel of the Highland cemetery, near Covington, Ky. Mr. Hemingray was one of the best known business men of Cincinnati, and many prominent members of the Queen City club, Business Men's club, Chamber of Commerce, Country club, and other organizations to which he belonged attended the services. The Rev. James M. Magruder, pastor of the Trinity Church, Covington, read the burial service of the Episcopal church. The pallbearers were Harry Kinney, W. S. Perkins, Edward S. Grant, Frank Rothier, Alexander Lewis, Frank D. Lawrence, Frank Perin, and Harry Burton of Cincinnati. B. M. Downs of New York city and William Low of Chicago. A delegation of Elks from Muncie, Ind., were among those present. Memorial resolutions are being prepared by the organizations in Cincinnati in which Mr. Hemingray was prominent. The following committee has been named by the Business Men's club to draw up resolutions: W. E. Hutton, A. H. Lewis, Richard T. McComas, Frank D. Lawrence, and Frank H. Shaffer.
|Keywords:||Hemingray : Bertram M. Downs|
|Researcher notes:||B.M. Downs was a salesman for Brookfield Glass Co. In March of 1912 he resigned from Brookfield and became Hemingray's Salesman replacing the late Daniel Hemingray. It is interesting that he attended Daniel's funeral.|
|Date completed:||February 5, 2004 by: Glenn Drummond;|