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LIVINGSTON, Clement Francis
|Johnstown Weekly Tribune, 6 Sep 1907, Page 6, Contributed by Kerry L. Miller|
|Clement F. Livingston.|
Clement Francis Livingston, of Upper Yoder Township, died at the Memorial Hospital at 12:30 o'clock Monday morning, aged thirty-nine years, seven months, and three days. Mr. Livingston had been sick for the past six weeks and was on Sunday forenoon removed to the hospital, where he was operated on a. short time later for peritonitis.
The deceased was a son of Alfred W. and Mary Livingston, of Paint Township, Somerset County, and was born in the adjoining township of Conemaugh in 1868. He attended the public schools for a number of years and then went to teaching in Ogle Township, Somerset County, where he spent several years. He later taught in Richland and Upper Yoder townships, this county. About a year ago he embarked in the dairy business. Mr. Livingston is survived by his wife, whose maiden name was Bertha Gardner; two children, Elva and James; his parents, mentioned above, and by these brothers and sisters: Mrs. E. L. Mahan, of Windber; Mrs. Etta Weaver, of near Windber; Dr. L. S Livingston, of Lincoln street; Ira J., of Lucas alley; M. A., of Horner street; George H., of , the Von Lunen road; J. I., who makes his home with his brother George; S. A., who lives with Ira J., and Robert, of Upper Yoder Township.
The remains were prepared for burial by Undertaker Henderson, who later conveyed them to the Livingston home near the Palliser farm in Upper Yoder Township. The funeral took place at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, when the Rev. J. F. Dietz and the Rev. Albert Berkley, of the Roxbury congregation of the German Baptist Brethren Church, conducted the obsequies. The remains were laid to rest in Grand-View Cemetery.
Mr. Livingston was a lifelong member of the German Baptist Brethren Church, having been made a Deacon of the Roxbury congregation five years ago. For a long time he was the Superintendent of the Sunday School and had been teaching a class for some years. In politics Mr. Livingston was a Republican and had for the past seven years served as a member of the Upper Yoder School Board. He was Treasurer of the board for the past few years.