|Thomas L. Parrish|
Thomas L. Parrish, aged fifty-eight years, for the past twenty years a resident on the farm on which he was born, died Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock of dropsy. Mr. Parrish was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Parrish and was born on the old homestead, between Cresson and Loretto. For a number of years he was employed on the P.R.R. and resided in Altoona. In 1868 he married Miss Anna Kennedy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Kennedy, who was a Lilly girl but at the time of her marriage resided in Allegheny City.
The deceased is survived by two brothers, Squire Parrish of Gallitzin and Alexins H. of Loretto; four sisters - Mrs. Richard Denny and Mrs. Adams, widow of Joseph Adams, both of Allegheny township; Mrs. Frank Buck of Carrolltown and another sister, a member of the Sisters of Charity in a Pittsburg convent; four sons, Walter and Gibbs at home; Charles of Braddock and Raymond, an engineer on the Cambria & Clearfield Division, who boards with his only sister, Mrs. Mary Porch at Cresson.