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|Cambria Freeman, 6 Apr 1900, Page 3, Contributed by Lisa Baker|
|LOCAL AND PERSONAL|
Augustine Parrish, whose illness we noted in last week’s FREEMAN, died at the the (sic) of his brother-in-law, Mr. Joseph Griffin, in Munster township, on Thursday of last week, aged about 48 years. Mr. Parrish was a son of the late Peter Parrish, of Munster township, and was well known by the older people of this vicinity. For a number of years he he (sic) was in the employ of the P. & E. railroad, as a conductor, running between Erie & Renova. He is survived by three brothers, Alexander and John, of Loretto, and Simon, of Pittsburg, and two sisters, Mary Ellen, wife of Joseph Boland, of Cresson township, and Margaret, wife of Joseph Griffin, of Munster township. His remains were interred in St. Michael’s cemetery at Loretto on Sunday morning.
Cambria Freeman, Ebensburg, PA, FRI 30 MAR 1900, page 3
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mr. Augustine Parrish, a native of Cambria county, who for many years has been a conductor on the P & E road, is seriously ill at the home of his brother-in-law, Mr. Joseph Griffin, in Munster township.