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Daniel Sidney Appleton

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Daniel Sidney Appleton

Birth
Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA
Death
13 Nov 1890 (aged 66)
Manhattan, New York County, New York, USA
Burial
Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, USA Add to Map
Plot
Section 41, Lot 2744
Memorial ID
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Interred on 15 Nov 1890.
Others in Section 41, Lot 2744:
Daniel Appleton, 30 Mar 1849
Daniel Appleton, 19 Mar 1929
*Fanny Appleton, 22 Jul 1870
Hannah Appleton, 1 Jun 1859
*Helen M. Appleton, 3 Feb 1868
John A. Appleton, 15 Jul 1881
*John S. Appleton, 28 Mar 1860
*Malvina Appleton, 3 Dec 1873
Malvina Appleton, 2 Dec 1959
Samuel F. Appleton, 27 Oct 1883
*Sevena P. Appleton, 11 Jan 1902
*Sophia W. Appleton, 19 Dec 1889
William H. Appleton, 4 Oct 1864

DEATH OF DANIEL S. APPLETON,
A Son of the Founder of the Great Publishing House.
Daniel S. Appleton, of the firm of D. Appleton & Co., the great publishing house with extensive factories in this city, died at 10 o'clock this morning at his home at 3 University place, New York. Daniel Sidney Appleton was born in Boston, April 9, 1824, and was the fourth son of the founder of the publishing firm of which he was for many years a leading member, Daniel Appleton, the founder of the house, died in 1840, shortly after retiring from business, and his sons, William H. and John, continued the business. The same year Daniel Sidney, who was a graduate from the Yale law school, returned from London, where he had had charge of the house's branch in that city, and became a member of the firm. Two other brothers afterward did a similar thing - George Swett and Samuel Francis. Up to to-day the firm for some time has been composed of William H. and Daniel Sidney and theirs, William Worthen, Daniel and Edward Dale . Daniel Sidney Appleton was very popular at college and was the last man to hold the position of minor bully, an office corresponding to that of vice president.
Deceased had charge of the large manufacturing interests of the firm, for which he was peculiarly fitted by reason of his thorough knowledge of the details of book making. For several years past he has been in poor health, but was able to take an active part in the affairs of the house until last Saturday. On Sunday he was stricken with apoplexy.
Mr. Appleton was a member of the Century Union, University and New York yacht clubs. He was a director of the Continental bank. On March 25, 1853, he was married to Malvina W. Marshall, daughter of Charles H. Marshall, chief owner of the famous Blackball line of packets. Mrs. Appleton died on November 3, 1873, leaving two children. On September 8, 1875, Mr. Appleton was married to Sophie W. Lincoln, of Providence, R. I., who died December 15, 1889.
The funeral services will be held Saturday morning at the Church of the Annunciation.
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, NY)m 13 Nov 1890
Interred on 15 Nov 1890.
Others in Section 41, Lot 2744:
Daniel Appleton, 30 Mar 1849
Daniel Appleton, 19 Mar 1929
*Fanny Appleton, 22 Jul 1870
Hannah Appleton, 1 Jun 1859
*Helen M. Appleton, 3 Feb 1868
John A. Appleton, 15 Jul 1881
*John S. Appleton, 28 Mar 1860
*Malvina Appleton, 3 Dec 1873
Malvina Appleton, 2 Dec 1959
Samuel F. Appleton, 27 Oct 1883
*Sevena P. Appleton, 11 Jan 1902
*Sophia W. Appleton, 19 Dec 1889
William H. Appleton, 4 Oct 1864

DEATH OF DANIEL S. APPLETON,
A Son of the Founder of the Great Publishing House.
Daniel S. Appleton, of the firm of D. Appleton & Co., the great publishing house with extensive factories in this city, died at 10 o'clock this morning at his home at 3 University place, New York. Daniel Sidney Appleton was born in Boston, April 9, 1824, and was the fourth son of the founder of the publishing firm of which he was for many years a leading member, Daniel Appleton, the founder of the house, died in 1840, shortly after retiring from business, and his sons, William H. and John, continued the business. The same year Daniel Sidney, who was a graduate from the Yale law school, returned from London, where he had had charge of the house's branch in that city, and became a member of the firm. Two other brothers afterward did a similar thing - George Swett and Samuel Francis. Up to to-day the firm for some time has been composed of William H. and Daniel Sidney and theirs, William Worthen, Daniel and Edward Dale . Daniel Sidney Appleton was very popular at college and was the last man to hold the position of minor bully, an office corresponding to that of vice president.
Deceased had charge of the large manufacturing interests of the firm, for which he was peculiarly fitted by reason of his thorough knowledge of the details of book making. For several years past he has been in poor health, but was able to take an active part in the affairs of the house until last Saturday. On Sunday he was stricken with apoplexy.
Mr. Appleton was a member of the Century Union, University and New York yacht clubs. He was a director of the Continental bank. On March 25, 1853, he was married to Malvina W. Marshall, daughter of Charles H. Marshall, chief owner of the famous Blackball line of packets. Mrs. Appleton died on November 3, 1873, leaving two children. On September 8, 1875, Mr. Appleton was married to Sophie W. Lincoln, of Providence, R. I., who died December 15, 1889.
The funeral services will be held Saturday morning at the Church of the Annunciation.
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, NY)m 13 Nov 1890


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