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a. Note:   She died in a car crash on Easter Sunday. The New York Times --April 11, 1939 WOMAN KILLED, 3 INJURED YONKERS, N. Y., April 10.--Miss Florence Stamm, 35 years old, of 17 Withington Road, Scarsdale, was killed and three men were injured, two seriously, in a collision of two automobiles late Sunday night on Central Avenue, near Melrose Avenue. Felix Coleman, 23, of 274 West 127th Street, Manhattan, operator of one car, suffered head injuries and his passenger, August Carter, 28, of 239 West 127th Street, Manhattan, has a fractured skull. Joseph Eich of 1 Battle Avenue, White Plains, who drove the car in which Miss Stamm rode, received lacerations and bruises. The injured are in St. Joseph's Hospital here. FLORENCE STAMM DIES IN COLLISION Forner Local Woman Killed in Head-on Crash at Yonkers, N. Y. Miss Florence Stamm, 35, of Scarsdale, N. Y., formerly of this city, died almost instantly of a fractured skull in a head-on-automobile collision in Yonkers, N. Y. last night. Miss Stamm, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Stamm of 163 Throop Avenue, was riding in a car driven by Joseph Eich, 32, of White Plains, N. Y., who suffered lacerations, shock and bruises. Eich's car collided with one driven by Felix Coleman, 23, of New York City. Coleman and his passenger, August Carter, 28, both suffered fractured skulls. Police were unable to question the drivers to determine the cause of the accident. Miss Stamm, who was employed as a governess in a Scarsdale home, left this city about 10 years ago. She had received her education here. The woman is survived by her parents, three brothers, William Jr., Louis and Frank, all of this city, and two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Young of this city and Mrs. Margaret Skinner of Belgium. Miss Stamm's body is being brought to this city for the funeral and burial. Arrangements for the services are incomplete. MISS FLORENCE STAMM Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon a 3 o'clock for Miss Florence Stamm of Scarsdale, daughter of William and Margaret Stamm of 163 Throop Avenue, this city, who was fatally injured in an automobile accident near Scarsdale, N. Y., Sunday. Funeral services will be at the Stamm home, and will be conducted by Rev. A. H. Holthusen, pastor of Emanuel Lutheran Church, this city. Interment will be in Evergreen Cemetery under the direction of Undertaker William H. Quackenboss and Son. Miss Stamm, who was a governess in the home of a Scarsdale family, had been paying an Easter visit to her folks and was returning to the New York town with Joseph Eich, 32, of White Plains, N. Y., in his car when it collided with one driven by Felix Coleman of New York City. Mr. Eich was injured in the crash and is in serious condition at the Lawrence Hospital at Scarsdale, N. Y. Miss Stamm, besides her parents, is survived by three brothers, William H. Stamm, Lewis R. Stamm and Frank W. Stamm of this city and two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Young of this city and Mrs. Margaret Skinner, of Belgium. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.