Documents associated with: meals, food
Record 14 of 187
Septr 18 1867.
TO J. YOUNG & SON,
15, WEST SMITHFIELD,
|Funeral of Dr James Reeves Traer|
|use of Best pall -||7||6|
|2 New Silk Hatbands||16||-|
|3 pr Gentm Red Gloves||14||6|
|Hearse & 2 Coaches pairs
|8 Pages & Bearers & 3 Drivers -||2||15||-|
|Self & Son attending Funeral and attending at Various times & places for orders||1||1||-|
|Silk Hatband & Gloves Self -||-||7||6|
|Refresht for Men||13||-|
Settled as p[e]r receipt
Decr 30th 1867.
for Young & Son
1. J. Young & Son
Joseph Young, undertaker at J. R. Traer's funeral in London.
3. Dr James Reeves Traer
James Reeves Traer (ca 1834 - d.1867), partner in F. S. Haden's medical practice [more]. Traer died suddenly on 23 April of alcohol related causes, during a trip to Paris. After a dispute with Francis Seymour Haden (1818-1910), surgeon and etcher, JW's brother-in-law [more], over Traer's burial in Paris, JW and William McNeill Whistler (1836-1900), physician, JW's brother [more], made arrangements to have Traer's body returned to England, assisted by a list of subscribers.