William Haveron, a shipping agent, died on June 15, 1907 at the age of 54, from a fractured skull from falling down stairs. His wife Lizzie Haveron, nee Wallace, who died in 1891 from influenza, their son William Joseph, who died in 1919 during the Spanish influenza pandemic, and one of their daughters Veronica, who died in 1891 at the age of 2 years from typhoid fever, are buried in Calvary Cemetery. Their daughter Mary Kennion, nee Haveron, is buried with her husband Charles in Green-Wood Cemetery. William's parents John and Eliza, nee White, and his sisters Louisa and Elizabeth, married name Petrie, are also buried in Green-Wood.
Below is his obituary from www.bklyn-genealogy-info.com
Brooklyn Standard Union
Tuesday 18 June 1907
Funeral services were held last night at the mortuary parlors of John H. TEVES, 708 Driggs avenue, for William HAVERON, who died suddenly on Saturday, in his fifty-fourth year. He was born in New York City and Brooklyn had been his home for the past fifteen years. He was a shipping agent and a member of the Royal Arcanum, and at the time of his death lived at 865 Lafayette avenue.
Greenwood Cemetery was the place of interment.
William Haveron's death certificate, cemetery records, and obituary give his age at time of death as 54 years. However, according to the inscription on his headstone, his age at time of death was 56 years.
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Died June 15, 1907
Aged 56 Years
Our thanks to Photo Volunteer Michael Minn who so kindly took the beautiful photographs of William Haveron's headstone.