|Kearney, Georgiana||d. 4 Aug 1834||R 53 S 17|
Kearney. On Thursday morning last, Georgiana, infant daughter of Col. James Kearney, U.S. Army.
|Kearney, Ida J.||d. 9 Oct 1901||30 yrs.||R 129 S 252|
Kearney. Suddenly, October 9, 1901 at 6:20 p.m. of paralysis, Ida kearney (nee Walker) beloved wife of James W. Kearney. Funeral Saturday, October 12 at 2:30 p.m. from residence, 116 L street southeast. Relatives and friends invited.
|Kearney, John A.||d. 27 Aug 1847||30 yrs.||R 53 S 18|
|Kearney, Julius Forrest||b. 5 Jul 1841 - d. 25 Jul 1841||20 days||R 53 S 18|
Kearney. On Monday, 26th instant, Julius Forrest, infant son of Dr. John A. Kearney, U.S. Navy.
|Kearney, Mary M.||d. 25 Jul 1885||77 yrs. 10 mos.||R 53 S 16|
Kearney. Suddenly on Saturday, July 25, 1885, at 7:15 p.m., Mrs. Mary M. Kearney, widow of the late Fleet Surgeon John A. Kearney, U.S.N., and daughter of the late Richard Forrest, Esq. of this city. Her funeral will take place from the residence of her sister, Mrs. Kate K. Henry, 2040 F street, on Tuesday morning at 10 o’clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. (Upper Marlboro, Md. Papers please copy).
|Kearney, Richard F.||b. 5 Jul 1841 - d. 19 Apr 1900||58 yrs.||R 53 S 15|
Kearney. On Thursday, April 19, 1900 at 4 p.m., Richard Forrest Kearney, only son of the late Fleet Surgeon, John A. Kearney, U.S.N. Funeral from Christ Church, Navy Yard, Saturday at 2:30. Interment private. Please omit flowers.
Died in this city. Twin son of John A. and Mary M. Kearney
|Kearney, Robert S.||d. 9 Jun 1826||40 yrs.||R 53 S 16|
Kearney. In this city, on Wednesday evening, at half past 6 o’clock, Doctor Robert S. Kearney, of the U.S. Navy. He had been for a number of years severely afflicted with chronic affections of the liver and stomach; and on Monday night preceding his death he was violently attacked with the bilious colic, which continued with varied severity until within a few hours of his decease, when he appeared to be entirely relieved from pain, and continued so to the last.
He died without a struggle, and in the full possession of all his faculties, leaving to his much afflicted family and friends, the cheering and sufficient evidence that he had secured his eternal home, where there are no sorrows nor suffering, and where he will receive the reward of a well spent and virtuous life.
The funeral will take place this morning at 8 o’clock, from his late residence, on the corner of F and 14th street West. His friends and those of the family, are respectfully invited to attend without a more particular notice.
|Kearney, Rosalie C.||d. 17 Dec 1915||74 yrs. 3 mos. 8 days||R 53 S 17|
Kearney. On Friday, December 17, 1915, at 10 p.m., at her residence, Tuxedo, Md., Mrs. Rosalie C. Kearney, wife of the late Dr. R.F. Kearney, in her seventy-fourth year. Notice of funeral later. (Prince Georges country, Md., papers please copy.)
|Kearney, Susan Watts||d. 12 Feb 1843||9 mos. 6 days||R 53 S 15|
* * * Removed to NY, 12 Apr 1843 * * *
Kearny. On Sunday morning last of a short attack of croup, aged 9 months and 6 days, Susan Watts, child of Philip Kearny, U.S. Army and of Diana Kearny.