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PRINGLE, Harry B.
|Johnstown Daily Tribune, 20 May 1908, Page 5, Contributed by Lynne Canterbury|
|HARRY B. PRINGLE|
Harry B. Pringle, a native of Wilmore and for many years a prominent resident of Conemaugh, died shortly before 7 o'clock last evening at his home in the latter place after an illness of about two weeks, with pneumonia. Mr. Pringle was taken ill while running his engine up the mountain on May 6th, and he was removed to his home. He declined rapidly and his death ensued.
Harry B. Pringle was a son of Alex B. and Sarah Pringle and was forty-seven years old. He was a brother of Dr. W. N. Pringle, of Locust street, this city; Edward Pringle, of Conemaugh; Charles Pringle, of Wilkinsburg, and A. A. Pringle of West Virginia. His father is dead, but his mother is still a resident of Conemaugh. Mr. Pringle was a member of the Conemaugh Lodge of Odd Fellows, Mineral Lodge of the Knights of Pythias, the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, and of the First United Presbyterian Church of this city.
Funeral services will be held at the Pringle home on Second street at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon. The Rev. F. B. Foster, of this city, will preach the sermon. Burial will be made in Headrick's Cemetery.