Jersey Journal/1942/Mrs. Linette M. C. Van Dusen

Mrs. Linette M. C. Van Dusen  (1942) 

Mrs. Linette M. C. Van Dusen. Following a brief illness, Mrs. Linette M. Curlhair Van Dusen [sic], died today in the Medical Center. Mrs. Van Dusen, who was the wife of the late Benjamin S. Van Dusen, Sr., was 69 years old. Born in Maine, New York. [sic], she had resided in Jersey City since 1922. She was a member of Browne Memorial Church and active in the societies of the church. Surviving her are her two daughters, Mrs. Mildred Smith and Mrs. Lillian Reeve and two sons, Peter and Benjamin S., Jr. A sister, Miss Nora Curlhair also survived.

Lynette Mae Curlhair (1872-1942) Van Deusen obituary in the Jersey Journal on April 13, 1942.png

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Notes: Van Deusen is the name, and she was born in Binghamton, New York. The family later moved to Maine, New York.