Lillian Leona Daly was one of seven children (Will, Harry, Adolph, Mabel, John, Margaret) born to Margaret Matilda Thour and William Walker Daly in Washington, DC.lillian attended public school in the Northeast section of Washington in the vicinity of 9th & Maryland Avenue.She and Dad often spoke of the young peoples group at Keller.The headlines: "20,000 Brilliantly Clad Nobles - Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, invaded Washington for a two week celebration. Peter Rabbit, Aesops Fables and assorted Bible Stories. She had a mello alto vioice which I recall lulled me to sleep many many times. I do have an audio-tape of the memorial service which brother Paul sent to me. She died April 13, 1973 (Easter was April 22) and was laid to rest on April 15, 1973 in Fort Lincoln Cemetery Mausoleum - Bladensburg Road, Washington, D. She died at home (1234 Pinecrest Circle, Silver Spring, Md.) from cancer. Lukes Lutheran Church, Highland Drive and Colesville Road, Silver Spring, Maryland.Apparently she became affiliated with the Keller Memorial Lutheran Church at an early age.
Germanys new reparations note delivered to entente capitals on Thursday afternoon to specify a prescribed number of annuities and German capacity for payment be left to an international committee of experts. Heavy emigration from Canada to US has practically ceased. During the two week period overlapping the above events, I was in traction at the Holy Redeemer Hospital in Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania - lower back trouble. in the Georgetown channel, N of Highway Bridge by Coast Guard using breeches buoy (a demonstration). The dates of her death and burial are etched in my mind because I could not be present.I was born on Tuesday, June 5, 1923 at 640 E Street, NE, Washington, D. My older brother Philip had been born at Sibley Memorial Hospital, North Capitol Street. I recall Mama telling me that I had a black Mammy (Lisa) for a while. As a child, I remember her reading to me and usually Phi1ip too since we were only two years apqart. Im not sure, but have vague recollections of being told that a midwife did the honors. My recollections of Mother are of a short, plump, jovial, loving person. I always enjoyed her cooking and recall that she always remembered each one of our favorite dishes.I remember Mother speaking of taking a business course and then working in the US Patent Office for a time.
(Now it is known as the National Portrait Gallery, 7th & G Sts., NW).