Very incomplete list!
in chronological order
Henry Vroman Borst (1857-1925) —
also known as Henry V. Borst —
of Amsterdam, Montgomery
Born in Cobleskill, Schoharie
County, N.Y., July 4,
Democrat. Justice of
New York Supreme Court 4th District, 1913-25; appointed 1913;
Suffered a heart
attack while speaking at
a dinner, in the parish house of St. Casimir's Church,
Amsterdam, N.Y., and died soon after, in Memorial Hospital,
County, N.Y., November
25, 1925 (age 68 years, 144
Interment at Fairview Cemetery, Amsterdam, N.Y.
of Isaac Borst and Susan (Vrooman) Borst; married to Alida Yerdon and
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John Gardner Murray (1857-1929) —
of Birmingham, Jefferson
County, Ala.; Baltimore,
Md.; Manhattan, New York
Born in Lonaconing, Allegany
County, Md., August
priest; Bishop of Maryland, 1911-29; Presiding Bishop of the
United States, 1926-29; offered prayer, Democratic National Convention,
Died, of a stroke,
during a session
of the House of Bishops, in St. James Church, Atlantic City,
County, N.J., October
3, 1929 (age 72 years, 33
Interment at Druid
Ridge Cemetery, Pikesville, Md.
of James Murray and Ann (Kirkwood) Murray; married, October
13, 1881, to Harriet May 'Hattie' Sprague; married, December
4, 1889, to Clara Alice Hunsicker.|
Lawrence Gresser (1851-1935) —
also known as Lorenz Gresser; "Honest
of Queens, Queens
Born in Bavaria, Germany,
president of Queens, New York, 1908-11; removed 1911; removed from
office as borough president by Gov. John
A. Dix, for neglect
of duty in failing to prevent corruption among his subordinates.
Died, in the rectory of the Church of the Holy Family,
County, N.Y., January
30, 1935 (age 84 years, 29
Interment at St.
John's Cemetery, Middle Village, Queens, N.Y.
James Berg (c.1876-1944) —
of Mt. Vernon, Westchester
Born in Reading, Berks
County, Pa., about 1876.
of Mt. Vernon, N.Y., 1928-31; defeated, 1913; resigned 1931;
executive secretary, Westchester Sanitary Commission, 1931-39.
Fellows; Elks; Order
of United American Mechanics; Patriotic
Order Sons of America.
Died, from a heart
attack, during services at the Church of the Good
Shepherd, Mt. Vernon, Westchester
County, N.Y., March
19, 1944 (age about 68
Burial location unknown.
Married 1904 to
James Boyd Utt (1899-1970) —
also known as James B. Utt —
of Santa Ana, Orange
Born in Tustin, Orange
County, Calif., March
member of California
state assembly, 1933-36; U.S.
Representative from California, 1953-70 (28th District 1953-63,
35th District 1963-70); died in office 1970; alternate delegate to
Republican National Convention from California, 1956.
of Pythias; Elks; Izaak
Walton League; Lions; Native
Sons of the Golden West; Freemasons;
Suffered a heart
attack during religious
services at a church in Washington, D.C., and died soon
after at Bethesda
Naval Hospital, Bethesda, Montgomery
County, Md., March 1,
1970 (age 70 years, 355
Interment at Santa Ana Cemetery, Santa Ana, Calif.
William Brown Stansbury (1923-1985) —
also known as William B. Stansbury —
of Louisville, Jefferson
Born in Corydon, Harrison
County, Ind., March
Democrat. Served in the U.S. Army Air Force in World War II; lawyer; chair of
Jefferson County Democratic Party, 1968-76; mayor
of Louisville, Ky., 1977-81; in 1978, during a firemen's strike,
he left the city, saying that he was going to a conference in
Atlanta; instead, he went to New Orleans for a tryst
with his administrative assistant; the scandal
led to an effort to impeach
him; soon after, a city official pleaded guilty to extorting
$16,000 from local businessmen; when questioned by a federal grand
jury as to whether this money came to his campaign
or to him personally, Stansbury refused to answer, claiming the Fifth
Amendment right against self-incrimination.
Upsilon; American Bar
While crossing Bardstown Road to enter St. Francis of Assisi
Church, he was hit by a
car, and died soon after, in Humana Hospital-University,
County, Ky., April 4,
1985 (age 62 years, 17
days); His mother was killed in the same accident, and his wife
Interment at Calvary
Cemetery, Louisville, Ky.
Mike O'Callaghan (1929-2004) —
also known as Donal Neil O'Callaghan —
of Henderson, Clark
Born in La Crosse, La Crosse
County, Wis., September
Democrat. Served in the U.S. Army during the Korean conflict; hit by
a mortar round and lost his
lower left leg; legislative aide to U.S. Sen. Howard
W. Cannon; Governor of
Nevada, 1971-79; executive editor, Las Vegas Sun newspaper.
Suffered a heart
attack at St. Viator Catholic Church, and died soon after
in a hospital,
Las Vegas, Clark
County, Nev., March 5,
2004 (age 74 years, 177
Interment at Southern
Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Boulder City, Nev.
Jennifer Lauren Gale (1960-2008) —
also known as Jennifer L. Gale —
of Austin, Travis
County, Tex.; Dallas, Dallas
Born in Madison, Dane
County, Wis., 1960.
Democrat. Candidate for mayor of
Austin, Tex., 1997, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2006; candidate for U.S.
Representative from Texas 10th District, 2002; candidate for mayor of
Dallas, Tex., 2007.
Found dead outside First English Lutheran Church, Austin, Travis
County, Tex., December
17, 2008 (age about 48