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GRIFFITH, Annie (Wilson)
|Johnstown Daily Tribune, 11 Feb 1907, Page 5, Contributed by Sharon Trosan|
|Johnstown Daily Tribune; Monday, February 11, 1907, p5|
Funeral services over the remains of Mrs. S. L. Griffith, who died early yesterday morning at her home in Bon Air, will be held tomorrow afternoon with interment in Headrick's Cemetery. The funeral cortege will leave the Griffith residence at 1 o'clock for the Conemaugh United Brethren Church, where obsequies will be conducted by the Rev. B. L. Seneff, assisted by the Rev. Fisher.
Mrs. Griffith's death occurred about 4:45 o'clock, and was directly due to pneumonia. Mrs. Griffith likely would have been able to ward off this disease had her system not been weakened as a result of long suffering from burns which she received about fourteen weeks ago, when some stove polish she was using exploded. She was thirty-nine years of age.
Mrs. Griffith's maiden name was Annie Wilson. She was a daughter of Charles Wilson, aged seventy-seven years, who survives and resides in Franklin Borough. Her mother died some years ago, but the following children survive: Lester A., Walter G., and Eva Grace. The following are brothers and sisters of the deceased: Mrs. Samuel Moose, Mrs. Samuel Ribblett, and Robert Wilson, all of Conemaugh Township; Mrs. Thomas Trimbath, of Franlin; and Scott Wilson, of Walnut Grove.