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Barry, James David 1901-1932

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Mary S Taylor

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Monterey Peninsula Herald, CA April 4, 1932 p1
James D. Barry is Mourned by Many Friends
James David Barry, 31, one of Monterey's best known and most popular young business men, passed away last night at a local hospital. Acutely ill for the last three weeks, he was given the benefit of every resource of modern medical science in an effort to prolong his life including several blood transfusions, but to no avail. Saturday, although Barry's condition was regarded as critical, it was still hoped that he might recover and news of his death came as a severe shock to a wide circle of friends. A native of Gonsales, where he was graduated from grammar and high schools, he came here three years ago to enter business with his brother E.H. Barry, junior, following acquisition of the fuel and feed store formerly conducted by P.J. Dougherty on Tyler street. Beside his brother he leaves his wife, who was Miss Lucille Sparolini until their marriage seven months ago; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Barry, Senior, of Gonzales, a sister, Mrs. J.M. Johnson, and another brother, W. Chester Barry, both of Soledad. Barry was an esteemed member of Monterey Council, Knights of Columbus, and Salinas Lodge of Elks, as well as the local Twenty Thirty club, and had served as director and treasurer of the San Carlos Welfare Council since its organization. In a brief but heart-felt tribute, P.J. Dougherty, head of the Welfare council, today voiced the keen sense of loss experienced at the passing of a 'valued' friend and co-worker. "He was more than generous of his time and personal means for the relief of the less fortunate, as well as courteous and fair in all his business dealings." Dougherty said. "His loss will be keenly felt by all of us." Rosary will be said at 8 o'clock tomorrow night at the home of J.A. Sparolini, 487 Van Buren street, and the funeral cortege will start from that address at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning, proceeding to San Carlos church where Mons. Philip G. Scher will celebrate Mass for the repose of his soul. Burial will be in the Monterey Catholic cemetery.
Copyright (c) 2008 The Monterey County Herald

BARRY JAMES D 04 03 1932 MONTEREY 1189224
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