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HORNER, Elizabeth (Dively)
|Johnstown Tribune, 27 Aug 1903, Page 3-C4, Contributed by Sandy Lewis|
|Mrs. Noah Horner|
A valued correspondent sends The Tribune the following, with the statement that Mrs. Horner's death has not, to his knowledge, been noted in the daily papers.
Elizabeth, wife of Noah Horner, who received a paralytic stroke June 21st, died at her home near Glessner, Somerset County, June 30th, aged about fifty-seven years. The Rev. Mr. Stabley conducted the funeral exercises, which were held July 2nd, interment being made in the Mt. Zion Cemetery.
Elizabeth Horner was a daughter of William Fletcher Dively, the well-known Justice of the Peace at Berlin for many years. Seven children, of whom one is dead, blessed the union. Those surviving their mother being John, George, Joseph and Noah, of Jenner; Susan, wife of J. J. Swank, of the 20th Ward and Nanny who lives at Bakersville and was the chief witness at the trial of the Nicely boys for the murder of Herman Umberger.