The Keene and Daingerfield Funerals., Daily Racing Form, 1913-01-09


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THE KEENE AND DAINGERFLELD FUNERALS. Simple aerviee* marked the fnaeral .r .lam.-- R. Keene at Urace Church, in .New York. Itomlay. The eonerega t ion in.-linlcl friends and a**ociates ..! Mr. Keene in the liii.-nnial and racing ■rorhl, and amene the latter were noted men of all classes, fnan stable Im.- I., owners. The family waa represented hj Koxhall P. Keene. Mr- lail.-i .1. Taylor. TaHaH J Taylor. Jr., .lam.- Keene Tayhw and Algernon H linu. rli. Id. The Rev. Charlea I.. Mattery, rector ..i iraee conducted the -. ni.e. which consisted of the burial ritual of the Rpiacopal Church. The full choir was present and chanted tin psalms. Two hymns. "Lead. Kindly Light." and r*Xearer, My .; i.l. to The.-." were tuiag. the latter ;t- ■ recessional when the casket was taken from its place before ihe rhancel. k There wa- an abnndaace sf Bower* around the casket. On h was a large blanket of vi.d.-t-. An gust Belmont sent ;i huge bunch 6f American Beantt roses. Among the other* who newt lower* were Mrs. .1. II. Bradfonl. the Jockey Club, the Saratov A iati.-n. .lobn E. Madd.-u. the Mi— s Daingci li.-l.l. Robert .1. Joseph Butler* of New market. England, the Coney Island Jockej Club, I. li.i|i.iiii Morgan, Dr. si Clair Smith and J. ;. folia lis I.e. . The honorary pallbearers were 11. K. Knapp. 1. K. Siiitui-. Andrew Miller. S..| Hanfonl. Mc Phersoa Kennedj and Dr. st. Clair .sinitii Ansust r.liuont ba.i been Invited to nmelate but was n -i iln liule.l. a- ho WSJ* "ill *f town and wa- BO " .I-.i.d to return la time for the fnaeral. II. • ran* in. however, n lew minute* after the Belli*** began and -at alone In a able pew. The int. -nn. -in wa* n Woodlawn awl was private. ill- famllj and a few friend* drove lo the Urn i Central Station, from where the raskei was seal by train iii the cemetery. Si-M-ral of Mr. Keene9 Jockey* were there, and among them were Joe Notter, who rode Colin. Ballot and Sy sonny; Jimmy Owen ami Billy Henry, imce —i .-.-| i-i-«-ii.-i— •- riders and now trainers; Rvaaa Taek.«r. John Tucker. Harry Tucker ami Paul Bracken. Anion., tin -si- win. attended the funeral were Henry Clews, Thomas r. Ryan, J. B. Dla ml Jimi Brady. Mi. and Mi- V. I., flnntber. Mr-. K. C. I.i.i.llor.l. M. Dillon. Boberl J. Collier. Robert Iolt-r. Augnsl Belmont. II. 1. Herbert. Paul Maui. II I.. Hubbard, .lame- M.Cmini.k. Col. William Vinoiv Ford. Fred Retaherger. secretarv »f the Brook lyn -lo.-k.-y rluli. Thompson. Joseph S. Ste ren«. Charles Kohler, Harry I. a Montagnle. fleorge r Johnson. Jr.. Thomas Monahan. Jacob Pineus. W. I. Powers, V. II. Rowe. P. J. Bryan. ;. n..-W. Rail. II. P. ..nkliiiL. Y. s. Voaburgh. II. K. inuut. : -• W. I.anir.l.ii. V. E. S. -Iiauinb. . .IoIiii :. Cavanagh. Wally C. I" II. II Hewitt, Prank ;u. Iriswohl. B. C. c.milin. J. E. towdin. l".-li I-tnaii. II A. Bock. E. c. Potter. Phillip .1. li..-r. A. M. Earlocker, secretary of the Saratoga Association: Prank Clarke. Knnerintemlenl ..I Hi.- Conej l-latnl Joi k.- club: DavM tliih W o. Senilv of Washington, Charles II. II. Mar M. Allen, .lam.- Rowe and William I ..ik. land. i..nn-i Keene trainers; W. II. Barrett, David M. Look |wh«i |.iii.l.1-.-.l the ra-lleton Stud Ilolu Mr. Keene John Walters. I i ink J. Bigar. E M. Sullivan. Mat hew Brady. William Cowan. Jack, Joseph ami Han Pollard. Matthew Looram. Harrj Hewitt. John Hastings. James McLongbltn. Davhl Ijimar. Him. In. U.i. Joseph -I. Burke and Harry Lee. Another who -.n In the rear of the church was Mrs Tom m.-i:.- whose husband was one of Mr. Keene** colored trainers I.n Bfteect years. He died three monthn a..-. Breene broke and trained Mr. Keene** !aiu..u- horse Voter. Tl ital remains of Major Foxball A Dalnge held, follow .1 bj a in...-.-— i i sorrowing rela live* and RaiMened friends, were transferred li -day evenina from heautlful Kiagaton Farm to tiui-i Church at lie.iial. at Lexington, Kj where the bat prcsslvi l|n- ill funeral service wa* conducted nj Bishop I..-V. Is W Burton, . — i-t.-.l h Rev. Alexandei Patterson ■ Beattyvllie, and the rested . hoi -. I.m t«-r in lite evcnlns the body wa* rml aboaril the i .m.l i. Railroad train ami. accompanied by the family, departed for Harrisonburg. Va., wheri il wax interred resterdaj afternoon. Ill.- funeral of Major DaingerfleM was me ol th nn .si largely attended in the hiafarj of liexinglnn. He wa* i m in who stood high In the community. .-he dhl wherever he wa* kmiwa The funeral trlb ni.— were numerous and beagtlftll. many having been -.-ni bj friend* in other .iii.--. a doaen ..r -.. hearlna lb.- name* of resiileats of New York The i"iu largest piece* were the Kentneky State Racing Commission** caskci corer .■; roaea the i.i ii.-iia Jockey Club- broken wheel. Ihe New I.-n rllle Jockej Clnbs magniacenl arret tb and Hie Ken ni. k As-.., iai ion- beautiful harp. Algernon Daln- gerneld. who attended the funeral of hi- ancle. James It. Keene, in New York. Monday, arrived at IjCxingtiMji Tuesday afternoon, and accompanied tin-i.o.h ,.r ids fathei i.. Virginia.

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