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|Johnstown Tribune, 23 Jan 1914, Contributed by Sue Elliott|
|Pneumonia is the cause ascribed for the death of John MacLeod, aged 48, a well-known carpenter, at the Memorial Hospital about 9 o'clock this morning. He had been ill but a short time and was taken to the hospital in a critical condition shortly after midnight.|
Mr. MacLeod was a native of Stornaway, Scotland. He came to Johnstown a year after the Flood. His wife, who before their marriage was Mrs. Ella Irving, died in Oakhurst about a year ago. No children survive.
John MacLeod was a son of Mr. and Mrs. John MacLeod, and was the eldest of 11 children. He was the only one to immigrate to this country. Recently Mr. MacLeod had resided in the Eighth Ward.
The body was taken today to the Archie Bruce home, 272 Ohio street, Moxham. Funeral services will be conducted there at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon by the Rev. A. H. Ardriance, pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, of which the deceased had been a member. Burial will be in Grandview Cemetery.