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From: Maria Campbell <>
Subject: [PALANCAS] Jan. 1848 Deaths in the Lancaster Intelligencer
Date: Mon, 13 Sep 2010 01:51:37 -0400


The Lancaster Intelligencer: Tues. 4 Jan. 1848: Deaths: Page 3

TROUT.-In Soudersburg, at the house of his grandfather, Leonard KESSLER, on the 29th ult., David Henry [TROUT], son of John R. TROUT, of Paradise, in the 7th year of his age.

FICK.-At his residence at Plane No. 2, Washington township, Cambria county, on the 28th ult., Major Frederick FICK, aged about 34 years.

ZIEGLER.-In Columbia, on Monday morning, Dec. 27, Mrs. Catharine Agnes ZIEGLER, wife of Francis ZIEGLER, aged 21 years, 4 months and 8 days.
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The Lancaster Intelligencer: Tues. 11 Jan. 1848: Deaths: Page 3

HINDMAN.-On Monday, the 3d instant, John HINDMAN, in the 63d year of his age.

LANDIS.-In this city, On Tuesday last, Mrs. Anna LANDIS, wife of Jesse LANDIS, Esq., in the very bloom of her life, having been married but three weeks previous to her death.

STRICKLER.-At his residence, near Columbia, on the morning of the 6th inst., Jacob STRICKLER, Esq., in the 60th year of his age.

The Lancaster Intelligencer: Tues. 18 Jan. 1848: Deaths: Page 3

KENDIG.-We have the mournful intelligence to record of the death of Mr. Benjamin KENDIG, which occurred at the National Bridge, in Mexico, on the 1st of November, of dropsy. The deceased was aged 24 years, 1 month and 18 days, and was a much respected son of Adam KENDIG, Esq., of Conestoga township, Lancaster county. He was a member of Capt. Doland's company, attached to the District of Maryland volunteer batallion [sic], and marched form Baltimore for Mexico in July last. In announcing the melancholy news of his death, Capt. Dolan pays him a warm and affectionate tribute. He says: "It seemd to me more like losing a friend than a soldier under my command. He had rendered himself near and dear to me by his good qualities and excellent behavior, and was much beloved by all his fellow-soldiers." Peace to his ashes!

LONGENECKER.-On the 2d inst., near Litiz [sic], Elizabeth [LONGENECKER], wife of the Rev. Christian LONGENECKER, in her 64th year.

GARBER.-On the 24th ult., Andrew GARBER, of West Hempfield township, in his 56th year.

RUDISILL.-In the borough of Manheim, on the 27th ult., Catharine RUDISILL, in her 64th year.

WHITE.-In the same place, on the same day, Lewis WHITE, in his 65th year.

UNKLE.-On the 5th inst., Anne Elibabeth [sic] UNKLE, aged 2 years, 10 months, and 26 days.

The Lancaster Intelligencer: Tues. 25 Jan. 1848: Deaths: Page 2

FORNEY.-On the 22d inst., after a lingering illness of nearly four months, Mr. Jacob FORNEY, a much respected citizen of Lancaster, in the 54th year of his age. [A lengthy tribute follows which is not transcribed here.]

BRENNER.-On the morning of the 21st inst., at 3 o'clock, Mr. Christopher BRENNER, of Lancaster township, this county, in the 51st year of his age.

WERNTZ.-On the 21st inst., Sarah Caroline WERNTZ, daughter of Mr. Daniel WERNTZ.

BURNS.-On the morning of the 21st inst., Mrs. Mary Ann BURNS, in the 50th year of her age.
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