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STOCKLEY, Mary Ann


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    Cambria Freeman, 4 Sep 1903, Contributed by Patty Millich

Mary Ann Stockley

Mary Ann Stockley, wife of Joseph Stockley, one of the pioneer residents of Carrolltown, who died on Tuesday, Aug. 25th of typhoid fever at her home in South Spangler, was the daughter of John Hartley of Graham Station, who came to this country in 1883. Mrs. Stockley and her husband followed them a few months later and resided in Houtzdale and at Lancashire, near Philipsburg, from which place they removed to Barnesboro in 1894. Mrs. Stockley leaves behind her a husband and six sons and one daughter, also her mother, three brothers and one sister. The funeral took place last Friday, interment being made in North Barnesboro under the auspices of the Episcopal church of which the deceased was a member.

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