|Cambria Freeman; Friday, May 29, 1903|
Mrs. Mary J. Myers, relict of James Myers, died at her home in Ebensburg on Monday, May 25th, 1903, at 6:10 o'clock, P. M. from diseases incident to old age in her 83d year.
The deceased whose maiden name was Murray was born in Ebensburg and was a granddaughter of David Todd, one of the pioneer settlers of this vicinity. Many years ago the deceased was married to James Myers, a well-known citizen of Ebensburg, who preceded her to the grave several years ago. Mrs. Myers is survived by two sons, H. H. Myers, a well-known attorney, and Gallitzin, and one daughter, Mrs. Cornelia Porter, all of Ebensburg. Ex-Sheriff John A. Blair, of Ebensburg is a half-brother of the deceased. Her funeral took place on Thursday morning at 9:30 o'clock when, after a High Mass of Requiem, at the Church of the Holy Name of which she was a devout member, her remains were interred in the cemetery adjoining.