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JOHNSTOWN TRIBUNE
JOHNSTOWN, PA
1875

 

Friday, 26 Feb 1875
Page 8
Contributed by Lynne Canterbury.

MARRIED.

CAUFFIEL-COHO. -- In this city, on Monday, February 22, 1875, by Rev. H. C. Beacom, Mr. James Cauffiel to Miss Lauretta Coho, all of Indiana County, Pa.

DINANT-MORRELL. -- In Henrietta, Pa., on Monday, February 22, 1875, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. George C. Rafner, Mr. Nicholas J. Dinant to Marion, eldest daughter of D. D. Morrell, Esq.

DIED.

KANE. -- In Cambria Borough, on Thursday, February 25, 1875, Miss Bridget Kane, aged about 80 years.

GAY. -- In Millville Borough, on Thursday, February 25, 1875, Emma, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Gay, aged 5 years and 11 months.

McDONALD. -- In Cambria Borough, on Friday morning, February 26, 1875, Daniel McDonald, aged about 60 years.

Notice of time of funeral will be given in tomorrow's issue.

HANK. -- In Conemauhgh Borough on Thursday, Feb. 25, 1875,Commonana(?) Hank, mother-in-law of Casper Keifer, aged 82 years.

DAVIS. -- At Irwin's station, on Wednesday, February 24, 1875, a daughter of Thomas S. and Mrs. Davis, aged about 5 years.

DAVIS. -- At Irwin's station on Wednesday, February 24, 1875, a child of David and Mrs. Davis, aged 16 months.

HEADRICK. -- In Cambria Borough, on Wednesday, February 23, 1875, Charles, son of James and Mary Headrick, aged 3 years 1 month and 2 days.

 

Thursday, 4 Mar 1875
Page 4
Contributed by Lynne Canterbury

DIED.

DOUGHERTY. -- In Cambria Borough, on Wednesday, March 3, 1875, Mrs. Dougherty, aged about 85 years.

KURTZ. -- In Cambria Borough, on Wednesday, March 3, 1875, Adam Kurtz, aged about 58 years.

GEISE. -- In Cambria Borough, on Wednesday, March 3, 1875, a child of Mr. Lewis Geise, aged about 15 months.

 

Friday, 28 May 1875
Page 8
Contributed by Lynne Canterbury

DIED.

GOUGHNOUR. -- In Conemaugh Borough, on Thursday, May 27, 1875, Daniel Goughnour, aged about 48 years.

MALEY. -- In Millville Borough, on Saturday, May 22, 1875, an infant child of Michael and Mrs. Haley.

MARRIED.

MILLER-KOONTZ. -- At the residence of the bride's mother, Johnstown, on Thursday, May 27, 1875, by Rev. S. M. Baumgardner, Mr. Robert P. Miller, of Shanksville, Somerset County, to Miss Emma Koontz, of this place.

WIGGINS-CARGO. -- On Wednesday, May 26, 1875, at the residence of the bride's parents. No. 28 Market street this city, by Rev. J. W. Swaney, Rev. A. W. Wiggins, of Northfield, Iowa, and Miss Emma Cargo, of this place.

OWENS-CONRAD. -- At the residence of the bride's parents, Scalp Level, on Sunday, May 23, 1875, by Rev. Eash, Mr. Edward L. Owens, of Johnstown, and Miss Ida L. Conrad, of the former place.

SPICHER-HORNER. -- At the office of the officiating justice, Esq. Strayer, in Johnstown, on Friday, May 21, 1875, Mr. John J. Spicher to Miss Martha Elizabeth Horner, both of East Conemaugh.

BOYLAN-McCABE. -- By Rev. D. P. Gallagher, at St. John's Church, Johnstown, on Friday, May 21, 1875, Mr. Peter Boylan to Miss Mary Ann McCabe, both of Cambria Borough.

 

19 Jul 1875
Contributed by Lynne Canterbury

TRAMP KILLED.

At Gallitzin, this morning, the Pittsburgh Express west struck a tramp named Charles Stabler, and injured him in such a manner as to produce his death shortly afterward. The deceased was a native of Holland, and aged about thirty-five years. He was walking on the track at the time the fatal accident occurred, and stepped to the south track to avoid a freight train, when the Pittsburgh Express came along and inflicted the wounds from which he died.

 


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