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    An estimated $9,425 in watches, jewelry, clothing, a camera, shoes, and coffee mugs went missing from Dorothy Greenberg’s Long Hill Road house over a month’s time, she told police on Oct. 15. She gave police the names of two people she believes may be involved.

    A 15-year-old student at East Hampton High School told police that someone had taken $50 from her wallet, which was in a backpack left in the girls’ locker room on Oct. 28.

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  • “October was so beautiful in many respects it is hard to realize just how fortunate we have been,” Richard G. Hendrickson wrote in his monthly weather report from Bridgehampton. “First, there were no heavy rains, therefore no flooded cellars, no washouts, or deep gullies in our large potato fields, no gullies that eroded severely for public transportation. Our roads, walkways, and cellars were all spared a flood, yet during our next month it could happen.”

  •        Nicole Marie Nessel and Gregory Austin Martin were married on Sept. 21 at St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church in Montauk. The Rev. Michael Rieder officiated, and a reception followed at East by Northeast restaurant.

           The bride is the daughter of Janice and Richard Nessel of Montauk. Mr. Martin’s parents are Diane and Thomas Martin of East Hampton.

  •        Cynthia Wilder and Giovanni de Moura of Springs and New York City were married on Sept. 3 at the Bronx Courthouse, with his brother, Lou de Moura, and their friend Marirene Heisler as witnesses.

           They will celebrate their nuptials on Saturday at the Abigail Adams Smith House in New York with friends and family, including each of their five children, who are coming from as far away as Australia. This is the second marriage for both of them.

  •        Agnes Miriam Cohen Bogart, who summered in Amagansett and East Hampton for many years, died on Oct. 4 of lung cancer and pneumonia at Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan. She was 97.

           Ms. Bogart began her career as a union activist, working for the Non-Partisan League in Chicago and the Reuther brothers, who were key in organizing the auto industry, in Detroit.

  •        James C. McCrea, a typographer and book designer who continued to create small books and paper products on an antique hand press until recently, died at home on Main Street in East Hampton on Nov. 6 after an illness of several months. He was 93.

  •        Doris Elizabeth Schwehr, a resident of Montauk for 50 years, died on Nov. 4 at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Southampton. She was 85 and had had dementia for a decade, her son, Leonard Schwehr of Montauk, said.

           Mrs. Schwehr, who lived on Kirk Avenue, enjoyed Montauk’s beaches and wildlife. She loved her dogs, sports, knitting, and her four grandchildren, her son said.

  •     Annamae Bennett, who had recently celebated her 78th birthday, died on Sunday at Southampton Hospital. She was a resident of Neck Path in Springs. A full obituary will appear in a future issue.
     

  •     A graveside service for Elmer Mannes of Amagansett, who died on Saturday at the age of 80, will be held at 11 a.m. today at Oak Grove Cemetery on Windmill Lane in Amagansett. An obituary will appear in a future issue.
     

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