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PRINGLE, Mary (Luke)
|Johnstown Tribune, 5 May 1899, Page 1, Contributed by Diann Olsen|
|Mrs. Mary Pringle, one of the oldest residents of Summerhill, died at her home in that place on Thursday evening, April 27th.|
Deceased was born in Blacklick Township, this county, sixty-nine years ago, her parents being Mr. and Mrs. John Luke. On March 12, 1857, she united in marriage with P. W. Pringle, and shortly afterward they moved to Summerhill. Mr. Pringle was a member of the engineering corps which laid out the original line of the Pennsylvania Railroad in the north of the county.
Mrs. Pringle is survived by three children -- Mrs. John S. Wicks, of South Fork, and Joseph and Philip Pringle, at home. She is also survived by these brothers and sisters: D. W. Luke, Dr. J. C. Luke, and Mrs. Hugh Roberts, all of South Fork, and Mrs. Patrick Brandon, of Bradford, Pa.
The funeral occurred Sunday afternoon, interment being made in Pringle Hill Cemetery.