|Miss Sarah A. Pringle, of No. 64? Somerset street, this city, left here several weeks ago for Altoona, to visit her niece - Mrs. H. L. Wilson - at No. 905 Sixth avenue, and while there she became sick and died at 6 o'clock last evening. The cause of death was congestion of the lungs. Mrs. Wilson is a daughter of the late Joseph W. Pringle, who passed away at Summerhill a few years ago.|
Miss Pringle was a daughter of Martin and Elizabeth Pringle, deceased, and was born at Pringledale [sic - Pringle Hill], near Wilmore, a little over seventy years ago. She is survived by two brothers and three sisters: Emanuel Pringle, of Summerhill; Abraham, of Wilmore; Mrs. Mary Shaffer, of South Fork; Mrs. Susan Weaver, of Morrison, Ill., and Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin E. Cover, of No. 540 Somerset street, with whom the deceased had made her home for the past twenty-four years. Miss Pringle was a member of the First United Brethren Church, this city.
The funeral will take place to-morrow or Monday, interment to be made in Pringledale Cemetery. Mr. Benjamin A. Cover, of No. 311 South street, this city, a nephew of the deceased, went to Wilmore this morning on Altoona Accommodation to make arrangements for the burial.