The Cranbury Public Library [NJ] now has searchable online access to its local newspaper, 1886-1926. Anyone know who the parents of Elsie, (1859?-1911) were? ---Robin
The Cranbury Press (published every Friday from Cranberry, NJ)
Friday, March 1, 1912, p.4
Prosecutor Booraem Dead
Theodore Burges Booraem, Prosecutor of the Pleas, and former Judge of Middlesex county, died Monday morning at his home in New Brunswick, after a ten daysí illness from pneumonia.
The Prosecutor had not been well for a long time, and when it was realized that he had pneumonia, his family and friends feared the worst. He went home on Friday, the 16th, suffering from a bad cold, and his condition grew worse rapidly until the end.
May 5, 1911, p.1
Miss Elsie Booraem died at her home in Newark last Thursday after noon aged 52 years. She had been employed in the Prudential building for a number of years.
The remains were interred in Brainerd cemetery, Cranbury, Sunday morning under the direction of AS Cole, Son & Co.
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