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James Granger, 1850, Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY

One of New York’s most notorious industrial accidents was the Hague Street Calamity of 1850, where more than sixty men and boys were killed in a boiler explosion that demolished two buildings. James Granger, was among the fatalities; one of several whose remains took two days to identify. Only twenty-five years-old at the time, he left a wife and two young children.

Status: Located
Plot: Lot 5546 Sec 44

Owner/SourceRussell Granger
File namejames_granger_1850.jpg
File Size408.2k
Dimensions864 x 1152
Linked toJames GRANGER; James F. GRANGER
AlbumsGranger Family

Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings, NY, USA

Notes: The Green-Wood Cemetery
500 - 25th Street
Brooklyn, New York 11232-1317
Phone: 718-768-7300
Web site: http://www.green-wood.com/

Cemetery Photos

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1Early Granger and Mary Dougherty Early Granger and Mary Dougherty
Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY 
2George Mowbray Granger and wife, Annie Reid Wilcox George Mowbray Granger and wife, Annie Reid Wilcox
After George's death, Annie married Theodore R. Eveland 28 Nov 1900 
3James Granger, 1850, Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY James Granger, 1850, Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY
One of New York’s most notorious industrial accidents was the Hague Street Calamity of 1850, where more than sixty men and boys were killed in a boiler explosion that demolished two buildings. James Granger, was among the fatalities; one of several whose remains took two days to identify. Only twenty-five years-old at the time, he left a wife and two young children. 

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