|Mrs. Sarah A. Pringle, relict of George W. Pringle, died at noon on Friday at the home of her granddaughter, Miss Adessa Lingle, a school teacher, at Wilmore, aged eighty-four years, four months, and eighteen days. The cause of her death was general debility. The deceased, whose maiden name was Sarah Dimond, was born at Wilmore, where she spent her entire life. Her husband died about eighteen years ago.|
Three children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Pringle, all of whom are dead. Lemon passed away in infancy; Mrs. John Lingle in 1902, and Eugene Y. at Conemaugh twenty-one years ago. Mrs. Pringle was an aunt of Michael Dimond, of Beaverdale, and Mrs. Rebecca McClarran, of South Fork. Her grandchildren are M. Olive, wife of Lyman Sherbine, of near Wilmore; Mrs. Blair Isenberg, of Main street, this city; Jean, wife of Ray Higgins, of Allegheny, and Miss Adessa Lingle, mentioned above.
The funeral took place at Wilmore yesterday morning. A mass of requiem was said at St. Bartholomew's Catholic Church at 9 o'clock by the pastor of the parish, the Rev. Father James Egan, after which the remains were laid to rest in the church cemetery. Mrs. Nancy Pringle, widow of Eugene Pringle, and daughter-in-law of Mrs. Sarah Pringle attended the funeral, returning to Johnstown yesterday afternoon. She makes her home in the First Ward with her son-in-law and daughter.