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From: "Victoria Hospodar Valentine" <>
Subject: [ALL] TRUE, BROGAN, ABBIATI, PAGE, MCCAUSLAND, BROWNING, HEFFREN,SONTUM May 19, 1906 McDonald PA Outlook
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2007 13:22:24 -0400
TRUE, BROGAN, ABBIATI, PAGE, MCCAUSLAND, BROWNING, HEFFREN, SONTUM
James, Ben, Edward, Thomas and Charles RICHARDS, and Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. RICHARDS and sons, Will and Clarence, attended the funeral of
their aunt, Mrs. TRUE, at Aspinwall, Thursday.
Mrs. William BROGAN, aged 74 years, mother of Mrs. P. J.
MORONEY, died at her home in Warren, Pa., Sunday night, May 13. The funeral
was held Wednesday and was attended by P. J. MORONEY and family.
J. B. ABBIATI, aged 39 years, formerly of McDonald, died Friday
night, May 11, of typhoid fever at the home of his brother, Andrew ABBIATI,
of Beaver Falls.
Mrs. Nancy BELL PAGE, wife of Taylor PAGE, died at her late
home, No. 56, at Midland No. 1, on Friday morning May 11, of consumption.
Funeral services were held in the First Baptist church Monday. Interment at
The remains of James MCCUSLAND who died May 8 of pneumonia at
Atoka, Indian Territory, arrived in Pittsburg Sunday evening and reached
McDonald Monday morning. Funeral services were held at the MCCASLAND home
on Arabella street, conducted by Rev. Dr. IRONS, and were attended by a
large number of our people. Interment was made at Bakerstown.
Killed, near Saltsburg, Pa., May 12th, Wm BROWNING of Sturgeon.
Mr. BROWNING was 50 years old and single. He had his home with his brother,
James, of Sturgeon, but was employed the last six months at Edri, Pa., in
the coal mines. Mrs. BROWNING was killed by a freight train. He was a
member of Arlington Lodge K. of P., of Sturgeon. Funeral services were
conducted by Rev. ENGLISH Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the home of his brother
James. Interment at Arlington cemetery.
George W. HEFFREN, 65 years old, a butcher of Oil City was
killed by an infuriated bull, which he was leading to a slaughter house.
The animal was dehorned, but knocked HEFFREN down and pawed him to death.
George SONTUM, 16 years old, was struck by a New Castle-Sharon
streetcar at New Castle and killed. He was the son of Hugo SONTUM, of Union
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