Brooklyn Standard Union obit 7-1-1918. John J. HARLIN died yesterday at his home, 29 George Street, Jamaica. He was born in South Fifth Street, Brooklyn, forty-one years ago and lived there until three years ago. He was a sheet metal worker employed by Gillis & Geoghan, of Manhattan, and a member of the Amalgamated Metal Workers' Union. He is survived by a widow, Mary; four sons John, James,Sylvester, and Cyril; two daughters, Lottie and Rosemary; five sisters, Mrs. (cut off), Mrs. Edward LOEFFIER, Mrs. ? FOLEY, Mrs. Frank COMISKEY, and Mrs.George BARNOSKY, and two brothers, Thomas and Paul. The funeral will be held from his home Thursday, thence to St. Monica's Church, Washington Street, Jamaica, where requiem mass will be celebrated. Interment at St. John's Cemetery under direction of J. J. Callagher Sons, of 2 Aberdeen Street. I am not related.