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McNALLY, John


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    Cambria Freeman, 01June1900, Contributed by Lisa Baker

John McNally, a well-known citizen of Cresson, was found dead at his home about 9 o’clock on Monday morning, by John E. Thompson, an agent for Porch Brothers, of Johnstown, who had called to see him on business. Mr. McNally had been living alone for some time past on account of family troubles and as he had not been seen since last Friday, when Mr. Thompson inquired about him, it was proposed to go to his house and investigate his whereabouts. A window was forced open and Mr. McNally was found dead in his room. Dr. Ferguson, of Gallitzin, was summoned and after making an examination gave it as his opinion that death had resulted from heart failure. The deceased is survived by his wife, whose maiden name was Henrietta Platt, one brother, James McNally, of Summit, and one sister, Mrs. John Conner, of Tunnel Hill. The body was removed to the home of his brother at Summit and on Wednesday morning was interred in St. Aloysius cemetery.

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