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Subject: [PACLEARF] CLEARFIELD REPUBLICAN - April 11, 1902 - Passed Over the River, Death Notices
Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2000 01:06:19 -0500
Passed over the River
Captain L.S. HAY, the well-known Justice of the Peace, of DuBois, died
at his home in that place Wednesday, after a long illness, aged 64
years. Captain HAY was one of the most popular men in the western end
of the county. He was a native of Pottsville; served in the Civil War
and came to DuBois in 1874.
David FLEGAL, formerly of Blue Ball, died at the residence of his son,
Asbury, at Morrisdale Mines, Saturday, April 5, 1902, aged 84 years.
Deceased was a native of Morris township and spent his entire life in
Clearfield county. He is survived by seven sons and daughters.
Death Notice -
Dropped Dead at Work
Samuel NEAL, an employe at the Novelty Works, died of apoplexy while
at work Tuesday morning about 8 o'clock. Deceased had gone to his
work apparently in good health. In a few minutes other employes in
that department saw him in a stooping position, as if adjusting the
machine. As he remained in the same position some time one of the
employes investigated and found he was dead.
Mr. NEAL was a resident of Lycoming county, where his family lived,
but he had worked here several years. He is survived by his wife and
three children. He was about 50 years of age. The body was taken to
his home Wednesday for burial.
Gloria Butler Davis
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