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Henry Churchill de Mille
Birth: Sep 4 1853 - Washington D.C., DC, USA
Death: Feb 10 1893 - Pompton Lakes, NJ, USA
Parents: William Edward Demill and Margaret Blount Hoyt
Partner: Matilda Beatrice de Mille (born Samuel)
Children: William Churchill, Cecil Blount and Agnes Beatrice
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Text:"...in it sealskins and other lioods valued at over $5,000. Foity pawn tickets were found in the bosom of the woman's dros.s, which represent almost as much moreH. C. De jVIille No Mori. Henry a DeMille, tho ... persons were burned to death. 'J be iire was discovered about 4 o'clock, wlisn smoke was seen issuing from the third floor windows. The blaze r.aged furiously, havins gained .a mysterious hold in the rear ... closely, and the dead and charred bodies were soon discovered.CRUSHED IN A QUARRY. SIXTEEN MEN KILLED IN MINES AND QUARRIES.AN IOWA TRAGEDY.Bedwood Falls Sports in Trouble—Death of Fiaywriglit De Mille ... to the memorial collection in the library.Saved from Hanging at the Last Moment. At..."
Date:Feb 16 1893
Publication:Monroeville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...)e Koven hurried back on the stage at the end of the act, and, with a show of indignation, demanded that the performers reconstruct their act by saying the dog trousers. * 1» Henry C. DeMille, one ... THE BEEAD OF DEATH SOME FIKND TRIES TO KILIi A WHOLE FAMILY. Sti ycli'uia in tlie Ploiii' and Paris Green in the Meal—Rich Vein of Silver anil Zinc Near Brazil—Indiana items. Shelbyville ... .is bluer and refused to eat an}' more. The entire family became sick soou after the meal. The bread was thrown out, some cats ate it and died almost immediately. The family atores were am ... . High-priest E, S. Ross, of the Indiana grand lodge of masons, was buried at Wabash Friday. A military company has been organized at the soldiers' orphans' Borne, Kaightstown. Victor temple..."
Date:Feb 11 1893
Publication:Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...'s dress, which represent almost as much more. II. C. De XI file No More. Henry C. DeMille, tho playwright, died of typhoid fever at ills home in Pompton, N. J. lie is supposed to have contracted tho fever ... for some time. •Judge Lindsay Elected. Judge William Lindsay, of Frankfort, Ky., has been elected to succeed J. C. Carlisle in the United State? Senate. Death of Bruce Carr. Bruce Carr, ex-Auditor of Indiana ... , and a well-known lier se breeder and Secretary of the Indianapolis Driving Club, died at his home of erysipelas, lie was distinguished as the youngest Indiana soldier lu the late war, colistin.: as a privuta ... to keep jup the supply of go'd in the treasury. AIRT AN AWFUL FATE. Fortr Persons Burned to ..."
Date:Feb 17 1893
Publication:Princeton, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"..., "in Association Hall this evening. Mr. Hawks is a very popular man on the entertainment platform, and people everywhere speak in the highest terms of his wort. Henry C. DeMille, the well-known dra ... beLw Kiverview Cemetery is inundated and the current is sweeping around the house. Mr. Morris is afraid that it will not stand tha strain upon it and is endeavoring to get out his goods, but finds ... - matic author, died at Pompton, N. J., yes- terday. He had been ill only about a week. His "Lost Paradise" was played in this citj Thursday night. Taylor Opera House was crowded last uight ... - labaloo C. U.. C. U. London is to have a JIPV 'bridge to cost nearly hpanning the Thftincs at Vnuxball. It replace the preoeut structure, which is rapidly bo foninar udiafe for travel. ..."
Date:Feb 11 1893
Publication:Trenton, New Jersey, United States of America
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Text:"...made ac quainted with the decision against him, as it is feared a knowledge of the fact might end in his death. His wife is prostrated. Death of Henry C. De Mllle. New Yokk, Feb. 11.—Henry C. DeMille ... of death, will continue toh« published gratis. But f jr notices advertising socials or en-tertainmcr ts given for profit; meetings of lodgesand secret societies; cards of thanks; resolutions of respect ... ; obituaries other than those published as matter of news; or any other noticesof an advertising character, 5 cents per line each insertion will be charged; and for regular funeral notices 50 cents per insertion ... , not..."
Date:Feb 13 1893
Publication:Columbus, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...Millo. New York, Feb. ll.—Henry C. DeMille, the well-known playwright, died suddenly at his home in Pompton, N. J.,* at about 4 o’clock a. rn. Mr. De Mille was the author of “The Lost Paradise,” which ... ’s judgment. The elder De Lesseps has not yet been made acquainted with the decision against him, as it is feared a knowledge of the fact might end in his death. His wife is prostrated. Death of Henry C. De ... it was found that eight persons had been killed in the panic and three others severely and perhaps fatally injured. The fire which had caused the panic was a comparatively slight one. Ice Gorge on the Mohawk ... . _ Jealousy Causes a..."
Date:Feb 11 1893
Publication:Defiance, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...be pardoned, while Eiffel has been leniently treated in view of the vast profits he made out of the company. Death ot Henry C. Uc Mill«. New Yobk, Feb. 11.—Henry C. DeMille, the well-known play wright, died ... nominated Edward S. Greece, of Detroit, for supreme justice, and Byron S. Arkley, of Jackson, and Myron O. Graves, of Petoskey, for regents of the state university. Henry C. DeMille, a well-known playwright ... -pivrttncnts .'-.haU not bo dosed out of rcspcct to «if'ccus'd oiiUiais, and prohibitins; tho use of jHibiic funds for funeral exprusis of goveru-li.cnt oftSciaLs or etiiployt's. The house bill to..."
Date:Feb 15 1893
Publication:Nappanee, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., for supreme justice, and Byron S. Arkley, of Jackson, and Myron O. Graves, of Petoskey, for regents of the state university. Henry C. DeMille, a well-known playwright, died suddenly at his home in Pompton, N ... the use of public funds for funeral expenses of government officials or employes. The house bill to provide for sundry light-Iioukcs and other aids to navigation was passed In the senate on the 10th ... killed in the woods near Waucedah, Mich., by a falling limb. Jack Clifford, the Homestaed strike leader charged with the unlawful kill ing of P. J. Connors during the famous barge battle on July 6 ... at the Eddyville (Ky.) penitentiary destroyed tho main portion of the hospital building. Deputy- Marshals Rusk, Bruner and Knight were..."
Date:Feb 17 1893
Publication:Fayette, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...be placed in a perfectly safe condition imme Prof. Looa, he says, deserves deal of credit for tbe admirable uenth of Henry C. Ot> SKW YOHK, Feb. II. Henry C. DeMille, the well-known playwright, died suddenly ... with Fitkins Brook, of Chicago, a wholesale china and glassware bouse. Frank N0vak, builder, was called to Cedar Rapids, last evening, by a telephone message, announcing the serious illness of Katie JLehrmarm ... Wednesday will be Ash Wednes- day. Dr. DeForest TifiSny has recovered from bis recent illness. Mrs. Frank of Richmond, Iowa, is visiting at the home of Geo. Shillig. About twenty students of the Homeo- pathic ... - pany with "him were almost frightened to death.___________' We will..."
Date:Feb 11 1893
Publication:Iowa City, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...at Ionia nominated Edward 8. Greece, of Detroit, for supreme justice, and Byron 8. Arkley, of Jackson, and Myron Ó. Graves, of Petoskey, for regents of the state university. Henry C. DeMille, a well ... -iMtitled An act to prevent the and wearing' of hoop skirts. i^UHO logger named McGillvary, •tantly killed in the woods near Mich,, by a falling limb. Cliffobd, the Homestaed strike ' ehitrged with the unlawful kill ... of employment, liitho Bddyvilla (Ky.) peniten-' jjtgeyed tlM wmm porUm of the ^ mijnkaxj Bum, Bmaer aad ^lot and killed near I. T.. by Bill PlgeoB, m whom they were at* lo erreet, weather e^perieneed in waa ... bankii^r bouse of F. V. Bockfellow Co. at Wilkesbarre, Pa., has failed, with liabilities estimated at $500,000. The legislature of Minnesota has adopted a ..."
Date:Feb 16 1893
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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