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12 Apr 1976
GRIFFITH. -- On Monday, April 10th, 1876, in the Sixth ward, this city, an infant child of D. and Annie E. Griffith.
BRADEMIER. -- In Conemaugh borough, on Thursday, April 6, 1876, Mrs. Kate Brademier, on the 26th year of her age.
CROSSEN. -- In Cambria borough, on Thursday, April 6, 1876, Richard Crossen, aged about 32 years.
MARSH. -- At Walnut Grove, in Stonycreek township, on Thursday, April 6, 1876, a child of George and Mrs. Marsh, aged 1 month.
FOLSOM. -- In Ebensburg, on Thursday, 6th inst., Ernest M., son of John A. and Catharine J. Folsom, aged 4 months and 11 days.
FULTON. -- In Wadsworth, Medina county, Ohio, on Tuesday, March 28, 1876, Miss Rebecca Fulton, formerly a resident of Johnstown.
BUCKLEY. -- In Millville borough, on Tuesday, April 4, a child of Timothy and Mrs. Buckley, aged 11 weeks.
REAM. --- Near East Conemaugh, on Monday, April 3, 1876, a child of Jacob and Margaret Ream.
SCHLOSSER. -- In Woodvale, on Monday, April 3, 1876, Henry Schlosser, aged 40 years.
FRIEDHOFF. -- In Munster, on Sunday, 2d inst., Mr. Joseph Freidhoff [sic], aged 68 years.
ROSE. -- In Coopersdale, on Monday, April 3, 1876, Mrs. Rose, aged 58 years.
WILSON. -- Near the old Portage tunnel, on the 7th inst., James Wilson, aged about 48 years.
Says the Indiana Democrat; A son of Abel Stewart, of this place, accidentally shot himself with a pistol on Monday last. The young man was engaged in loading the pistol, when it went off, the ball striking him in the stomach.
Mr. Richard Crossen, who was injured at the explosion of a puddling furnace in the Rolling Mill, has since died from the effects of his injuries, and was buried in St. John cemetery, west of Cambria borough, on Saturday last.
Mr. Joseph Freidhoff, one of the oldest and most esteemed citizens of Munster township, died very suddenly about 2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon last from hemorrhage of the lungs, or more properly speaking, perhams, from suffocation produced by hemorrhage of the lungs. The deceased has partaken of a very harty dinner and was getting ready to go to the Summit to consult a physician in regard to some other ailment which afflicted him, and was up stairs putting on additional raiment when the dread summons came. Mr. Freidhoff was an uncle of County Treasurer Freidhoff and was aged about 68 years. He was a married man, but we believe had no family, and made his home with one of his nephews in whose home he died. Interment in the Catholic cemetery, Loretto, on Thursday. May he rest in peace.