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CUSTER, Harriet (Fleegle)
|Johnstown Tribune, 5 May 1899, Page 1, Contributed by Diann Olsen|
|Mrs. Harriet Custer.|
Harriet, relict of Daniel Custer, died at her home in Hooversville on Tuesday afternoon, the cause of her death being asthma. Mrs. Custer was in her seventy-first year. Her husband was a soldier in the Civil War, and died while in service, near the close of the Rebellion.
The subject of this sketch is survived by one daughter -- Mrs. Rachel Young -- of Hooversville; one brother -- Mr. Fleegle -- of Stoyestown, and six sisters, one of whom is Mrs. Nancy Ream, of the Eighth Ward, this city. Two of the other six reside in Ohio, two in Stoyestown, one in West Virginia, and one in Iowa.
The funeral took place at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, interment being made in the Davidsville Cemetery. Mrs. Custer was a member of the United Brethren Church for about forty years.