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GRUMBLING, Emanuel S.
|Cambria Freeman, 16 Apr 1909, Page 2, Contributed by Patty Millich|
|E. S. Grumbling Dead |
South Fork, April 15
Emmanuel S. Grumbling, aged fifty-five years, a well known merchant of this place, died Sunday morning of cirrhosis of the liver. Mr. Grumbling had been ill about six weeks and had suffered severely.
Mr. Grumbling, who was a native of Cambria County, had been in business in South Fork since 1890, having come to this place to engage in the general merchandise business. He was successful from the start and about three years ago he retired.
He was a faithful and consistent member of the United Evangelical Church of South Fork, a member of the United Commercial Travelers, being connected with the Johnstown Council, No. 303, and a member of the J. T. Stineman Camp 210 Sons of Veterans. He was a director in the South Fork Water Co., and in the First National Bank here.
Besides his widow, he is survived by a son, Charles, and two daughters, Mrs. Ella Miller and Mrs. Sadie Retallic; also by his mother, widow of the late Charles Grumbling.
The funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon from the United Evangelical Church, with interment in South Fork cemetery.