Appeared in Daily Picayune, 3/12/1914, pg 6, column 4:

 

Goresky - On Wednesday, March 11, 1914, at 9:20 o'clock p.m., Joseph Goresky, son of the late Catherine Johnson and Vincent Goresky, a native of New Orleans, LA.

The relatives and friends of the family, also the officers and members of the Holy Name Society of St. Francis de Sales Church, are invited to attend the funeral, which will take place from the residence of his aunt, Mrs. M. Arbo, 2026 Louisiana Avenue, at 4 o'clock This (Thursday) Evening.

 

 

Death certificate:

Be it Remembered that on the day to wit the twelfth of March in the year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Fourteen and the One Hundred and 38 of the independence of the United States of America, before me W. T. O'Reilly, M. D., Chairman Board of Health and Ex-Officio Recorder of Births, Deaths and Marriages in and for the Parish of Orleans, personally appeared A. E. Briede, Jr., an undertaker, native of Orleans, residing at 1168 Camp who hereby declares that Joseph Goresky (white) a native of New Orleans, La, aged 25 years, departed this life yesterday (11 March 1914) at No. 2029 Louisiana Avenue this city.

Cause of Death:   pulmonary tuberculosis

Certificate of Dr. E. W. Mahler -

Deceased is the lawful son of Vincent Goresky and Catherine Johnson, both native of Louisiana.  Thus done at New Orleans, in the presence of the aforesaid A. E. Briede, Jr. as also in that of P. H. Lanauze and T. J. (?), both of this city, witnessed by me requested so to be who have hereto set their hands together with me, after reading hereof this day month and year first above written.  P. Henry Lanauze.       W. T. O'Reilly, M.D, Chairman Board of Health and Ex-Officio Recorder.