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From: "Doug Hull" <>
Subject: [PAWESTMO-L] Johnstown Tribune -- 24 Mar 1879
Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2002 23:02:30 -0400
Published in the Johnstown (PA) Tribune on 24 Mar 1879:
DIED -- MENOHER -- In Fairfield Township, Westmoreland County, on Friday,
March 21, 1879, Mr. James Menoher, aged about 70 years.
Mr. James Menoher, of West Fairfield Township, Westmoreland County, died
suddenly of heart disease on Friday last. He was an uncle of Mr. Samuel
Menoher and Dr. L. T. Beam, of this place. Dr. W. C. Beam, of Spruce Creek,
Huntingdon County, also a nephew of deceased, stopped off in this place on
Saturday evening, on his way to attend the funeral, which took place at
Ligonier yesterday afternoon.
<General bits -- no real heading>
Mr. E. M. Bigham, of Altoona, 71 years old, about carrying mail in 1822.
James Dronesfield engaged in a row at Graefe's saloon in Hornerstown.
Funeral of Bernard Rafferty.
Mr. Henry Roberts started for New York.
Mr. Thomas W. Fulton, son of John Fulton, Esq., came home from State College
with an attack of quinsy.
Remains of Benjamin C. Porter passed through the city.
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