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From: "Hannah M. Fisher" <>
Subject: Re: [PAFAY] More scrapbook pages
Date: Fri, 2 May 2003 20:50:03 -0700 (MST)
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MOSSETT, OLIVER NELSON "OLLIE", 91, of 18 Hummell St., Brownsville, died
Jan. 24, 1967 in Brownsville General Hospital. He was the Dean of
Pharmacists in the area. Mr. MOSSETT was born Sept. 12, 1875. He
graduated from the School of Pharmacy of the University of Pittsburgh and
was a 50 year gold medal graduate of the school. He started his long
pharmaceutical career in Brownsville with the late FRED D. ROBINSON in
1906. He later was afilliated with the W. I. LEWIS Drug Store, and then
operated his own drug store in Pittsburgh. He returned to Brownsville to
become pharmacist for the late R.D. BROSIUS at Central Pharmacy. His last
affiliation was with the ROBINSON Drug Store when it was owned by the late
HAYDEN ROBINSON and MISS MARJORIE ROBINSON. Surviving are a niece, MRS.
LOUISE M. FLORENCE, a foster-brother, OLIVER HONESTY, a great nephew,
WILLIAM MOSSETT, three great nieces, MARLYN FLORENCE, EVA LOUISE DARIE,
and THOMASENE FLORENCE and a great, great nephew, ROBERT DARIE. Burial
in Woodlawn Cemetery, Brownsville.

ACKLIN, WILLIAM A. 77, R.D. #2 McDonald, PA, formerly of Brownsville, died
in the Washington Hosptial, Washington,PA. He was born July 7, 1889 in
Kansas, a son of WILLIAM N. and FLORA COVERT ACKLIN. He was the former
owner of the ALLISON-ACKLIN Clothing Store in Brownsville. Surviving are
his wife, HARRIET EVANS ACKLIN, one daughter, MRS. JOHN MONDA, four sons,
WILLIAM, CHARLES, HOMER, and GEORGE. Preceding him in death were a
daughter, MARGARET ACKLIN, a brother, ISAAC, and three sisters, MARY EVA
HORMEL, MYRTLE DEARTH, and ETHEL FADDIS. Burial in Redstone.

LOCHINGER, EDWARD WILLIAM, 39, of 815 North Hickory St., Scottdale, Pa
died unexpectedly in Westmoreland Hospital, Greensburg of complications
following surgery. He had been in the hospital 18 days. He died Feb. 2,
1967. He was born in Brownsville, May 27, 1927, the son of MRS. KATHERINE
SUTER LOCHINGER, Blainesburg, and the late WILLIAM EDWARD LOCHINGER.
Surviving in addition to his mother, are his wife, MARY LOUISE MARKER
LOCHINGER, three children, EDWARD, JR.., DALE and SANDRA LEE at home and
four brothers, GEORGE, JACK, CHRIS, and ROBERT. A brother, CHARLES died
in 1966.

TOWNSEND, J. MERLE, 61, died March 16, 1967, following surgery in
Dearborn, MI. He was the son of the late CURTIS A. and JOSEPHINE MARKER
TOWNSEND and resided in Brownsville until 1940. MR. TOWNSEND leaves his
wife, MILDRED, three brothers, ROBERT, JACK, and CURTIS. A brother,
DELPHIN died in 1961.

Hannah Millward Fisher
Information Services
Librarian
The University of Arizona
(520) 626-2933 (voice) Arizona Health Sciences Library
1501 N. Campbell, P.O. Box 245079
(520) 626-2922 (fax) Tucson, AZ 85724-5079

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