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'Squire George has always been a strong democrat, and early in life took quite an active interest in local politics. He is a worthy and useful member of the Catholic church. He is a prominent as well as one of the oldest citizens of Lilly, where he has resided all his lifetime. 'Squire George is an example of success, which is the result not so much of early or fortunate surroundings as of self-reliance, energy and a steadfast devotion to the principles he espoused at the commencement of his career. His record is one of industry, activity and honor.
ROBERT L. GEORGE, a member of the Cambria county bar, and who has been in active practice at Gallitzin since 1887, is a son of 'Squire Frederick M. and Mary J. (Curran) George, and was born at Lilly, Cambria county, November 15, 1848. (For ancestral history see sketch above.)
marriage with Rose Storm, a daughter of Elias Storm, of Summit, this county. Mr. and Mrs. George have an adopted daughter named Winifred.
Mr. George is a member of the Catholic church. He was unfortunate in losing his left arm in a saw-mill, June 14, 1864, when only sixteen years of age. Mr. George is neat and tasteful, has a pleasant home, and possesses many friends. He practices in the courts of Cambria and adjoining counties, is a careful, experienced, and successful lawyer, and has a good practice.
JOHN I. CAMPBELL, of Gallitzin, Pennsylvania, is the son of Robert and Mary (Kunz) Campbell, and was born in Carrolltown, this county, October 8, 1866. His father was also born in Carrolltown, and moved to Gallitzin in 1878, where he made his home up to the time of his death in 1893, at the age of 52 years. He was a member of the Catholic church. In 1864 the elder Campbell enlisted as a private in Company F, Seventy-Fifth regiment Pennsylvania volunteers, and served until the close of the war. A saddler by trade, he carried on that business for several years. He at one time served as burgess of Carrolltown.