Boston Daily Globe March 11, 1912
Bailey L. Page Dead. Lifelong Resident of Jamaica Plain and Real Estate Agent Was Friend of Gov Foss.
Bailey L. Page, a lifelong resident of Jamaica Plain, died at his residence, 2 Alveston st, at 1 yesterday morning of a complication of diseases.
Mr Page was born on Green st, Jamaica Plain, in 1850, and received his education in the public schools of this city. For 15 years he was connected with the old hardware firm of Cyrus White. He has conducted a real estate and insurance agency in Woolsey sq. Jamaica Plain, for the past 25 years.
He was a pioneer member of Daniel Hersey Lodge, I.O.O.F., and an organizer of the Central Club of Jamaica Plain. He had been for many years a member of the Jamaica Club, a director of the West Robury Cooperative Bank, and a trustee of the Faulkner Hospital. He was also a member of the Economic Club and the Boston Real Estate Exchange. Mr Page was a near neighbor and a personal friend of Gov Foss.
Mr Bailey never married, but lived with his sister, Miss Mary Page, and a brother, Joseph E. Page, who is connected with the Jamaica Plain branch of the Boston Postoffice, both of whom survive him. He is also survived by two other brothers, Rev Hartland Page of Harkwick, Mass, and John A Page of Evanston, Ill.
April 9, 1912
Fiala Funeral Today. Services for Well-Known Boston Musician to be Held at Forest Hills Cemetery Chapel.
The funeral services of Frank J. Fiala of 84 Paul Gore st, Jamaica Plain, one of the most prominent musicians of Greater Boston, will be held at the Forest Hills Cemetery Chapel this afternoon at 2. Delegates from the Theatrical Mechanics Association, the Bohemian C.S.P.C. Society and the National Slavonic Society will attend and conduct the services. Mr Fiala died Saturday of pneumonia. He was born in Bohemia in 1847. During his entire term of service in the Austrian Army he played in the regimental band. He came to this country 34 years ago. For the past 20 years he had lived in Jamaica Plain.
Mr Fiala had played in almost every theatrical orchestra in the city. He was a member of the Boston Festival Orchestra, the Handel and Hayden Society and other organizations.
Mr Fiala was employed by many of the publishing houses and musical directors as an arranger and copyist of music. He was the official copyist for the Conservatory of Music, and was one of the most competent arranger of music in the country. He is survived by a wife and one daughter, Mrs H.L. Morand.
September 15, 1913
George W. Maloy Dead. Jamaica Plain Resident and Widely Known as an Expert in Shoe Machinery.
George W. Maloy, for more than 20 years a resident of Jamaica Plain, died yesterday morning at his home, 54 Carolina av, Jamaica Plain, after an illness of seven weeks from heart trouble. His early years were spent in East Boston and he was a member of the Catholic Lyceum and the Columbia Rowing Association.
He was a graduate of the English High School and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, class of '73. After leaving Tech eh was in the shoe machinery business for many years. At the time of his death he as assistant treasurer and European manager of the Boylston Manufacturing company. Mr Maloy was one of the best informed men in the world on shoe machine matters, and had travelled very extensively in this country and Europe.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs Gertrude B. Maloy, one brother, James D. Maloy, and two sisters, Miss Mary E. Maloy and Mrs A.S. Murphy.