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David Fleming, acct. 7029

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David: boatman > carpenter > supt. gas works

1870--supt. Union Gas Brooklyn, NY

1880--supt gas works Spotsylvania, VA

1900--gas works manager Spartanburgh, SC

Civil War: Co H, 13th Regt New York National Guard

               Newspaper articles: reunions in 1915 and 1917 (w/ photo)

David Fleming d. Nov 18, 1917 at Brooklyn, age 84 y, 3 weeks after being hit by car


American Gas Engineering Journal, Vol. CVII, No. 23, New York, December 8, 1917, p536.

DAVID EGAN FLEMING, eighty-four years old, of 241 Ryerson Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., formerly superintendent of the Nassau Gas Company’s works on Kent Avenue, died in the Cumberland Street Hospital from injuries received three weeks ago, when he was struck by an automobile.  He was a member of Tyrian Lodge, No. 618, F. and A. M.


Brooklyn Standard Union, Tuesday, November 20, 1917


Funeral services were held this morning in the chapel at 86 Lofferts place for David E. Fleming, who died Sunday.  He was the husband of Mary E. Fleming and lived at 241 Ryerson street.


1st wife:

New York Herald, Wednesday, August 12, 1868

FLEMING—At East New York, L. I., on Monday, August 10, ALICE, wife of David E. Fleming.  The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from her late residence, this (Wednesday) afternoon, at three o’clock.