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|Johnstown Daily Tribune, 2 Sep 1902, Page 5, Contributed by Diann Olsen|
|Mrs. Mary Reinhart.|
Mrs. Mary Reinhart, wife of John Reinhart and mother of Mrs. Alexander Recke, who was one of the persons to perish in the Great Flood, died at her home in Tyrone Sunday morning, of paralysis.
The deceased was born in Saxony and was aged seventy years eight months and twenty-four days. She emigrated to this country in the early 50's. She was united in marriage to John Reinhart, in Tyrone, in 1856, and had resided in that vicinity ever since. She was a consistent member of Zion Lutheran Church, of Tyrone.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Reinhart is survived by five sons and one daughter -- Frank Reinhart, of Tyrone; John Reinhart Jr., the well known passenger conductor on the Pittsburg Division of the P. R. ., whose home is in Wilkinsburg; Mrs. Lizzie, wife of the Rev. Mr. Beiswinger; William and Joseph Reinhart, of Pittsburg, and Charles Reinhart, of Altoona.
Mrs. Reinhart, who frequenty [sic] visited Johnstown, was a relative of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Hahn, Mr. and Mrs. John Kammerer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bader and Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Bader, of the South Side, who, with Will Han, son of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Han, went over to Tyrone to-day to attend the funeral, which took place this afternoon.