PACAMBRI-L ArchivesArchiver > PACAMBRI > 2008-10 > 1224528916
From: Patty Millich <>
Subject: [PACAMBRI] Deaths Cambria Freeman Jan 15 1904
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2008 14:55:16 -0400
Cambria Freeman, Ebensburg, Pa.
Friday, January 15, 1904
Miss Jane Davis
Miss Jane Davis died at 9:45 Monday night at the home of her brother-
in-law, George S. Attig, 2213 Fourth avenue, Altoona, of a complication of diseases. Deceased was
born at Summer Hill, January 19, 1839, and had resided in Altoona for 20 years. She was a member of the United Brethren Church at Wilmore and is survived by the following
sisters: Mrs. Sadie Coff of Dorcester, Mass.; and Mrs. George S. Attig of Altoona. Her
father died when she was 23 years of age.
Funeral services were held at the home of the brother-in-law Thursday
morning at 10
o’clock. Interment in Fairview cemetery.
The remains of the infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Russell who died in the Quaker City Thursday of last week were brought here
Saturday morning and interred in the Catholic cemetery. Mr. Russell was in attendance at the
funeral. Mrs. Richard Russell is a
daughter of Thomas Peach of this place.
Patton Man Passes
On Thursday morning news was received of the
death on Wednesday evening of C. A. Langbein of Patton. Deceased was 58 years old. The funeral takes place at 10 o’clock Saturday.
Mr. Langbein leaves a wife and the following children: a son, George,
and two daughters, Mrs. George Bowman of Johnstown and Mrs. Frank Little of Patton. Mrs. Langbein was a sister of Ex-Judge John
Thomas of this place.
Miss Bessie Gertrude Willison, daughter of
Mrs. Elizabeth Willison, who died at her home on Church Street, Allegheny, Friday night was well known in
this place, where the family formerly spent the summer months. Miss Willison visited friends here a few
months ago. Her funeral took place in Allegheny from St. Peter’s Church Monday
morning. The deceased was about twenty
years of age.
Homer H. Swaney of Seattle, Wash., one of the persons drowned in the sinking of the ill-fated
steamer, Clallam, Saturday morning, was a brother-in-law of Rev. H. M. Fish of
the Roxbury M. E. Church of Johnstown and of Mrs. Cyrus Jones of this
place. The unfortunate man was employed
by the Pacific Steel company. He was a
native of Beaver
county and for a time practiced law in Allegh
Want to read Hotmail messages in Outlook? The Wordsmiths show you how.
|[PACAMBRI] Deaths Cambria Freeman Jan 15 1904 by Patty Millich <>|