Joseph A. Darling struck by locomotive

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vo^. XLV;.-- -- ~ T^" ·· T»U -»T r» . rr / . ^ K -«\ i Mi. ^Mw... J - r - T ;; § ecr v.e /,.:s:-'t £.·· roac joss';£, -- -Struck t/y a locomotive Wji'e Dri- iorf-- Record of His Honorable, -Useful Life. . rnn the . ing ' tw jo^ph Amlrua Darling, of Ship- towTi.^iu'. wiw killed °y tne cars at lust ·'S-iitnrtlay morning. driving from his farm on Darto Manhattan, Where he Bold Sntnrlay», and had reached' tm ,'f»riliin.* rnilrond crossing at the old Full Br««ik station near Aneonia aa ii^-wngHr tr»in from , f ( , r Lyons. iUie at the AnBOnia un- jtHtion Ht 7:4-: o'clock, was approach,? He Hvi(J^ntly neither saw nor I \i-. l '^ J rd thf trjun in time, for he was k f l t w l . to drive hie They jnst managed to get u itH'utuotive themselves, leav- lozthe wntcon to lx split in two by pilot, part of the vehicle being hurled jKiiiost th» old station building. The rnin wiu itopped »H qaickly as possible. Mr Drtrlint: w ^ found almost dead on tbe piU w i t h blood oozing from month. n.y»' and ears. He was removed »sn tuijrtcent tool-house where his pve » few f a i n t flatters and stopped forever Mr. Darling was 7*2 years ww » native of Otsego county, N. \^ came tfl 1846 to Shippen, he tfH-nred aiaployment from He- StoweH in lumbering. He mar- riexS in !"*·"· Helen M. Swope, who bore him six i hildren--Mrs. Alice E. Pratt, of Efcynolilfville : Mrs. Anna Wether- b«. if D e l m a r ; Walter C., Jisry. deceased : E. J., of West m«l Mr* Ma/ie Ford, of Delmar. Hie yife sprvives h i m . In lv Mr. Darling bought in Shippen the ."'inn frrove farm where he ·ill ;^^, when he sold it and bought homestead farm on Darling run, which he cleared and improved greatly, and ;*y») he bontitit the R. W. Whe«ler ;n hipj-n. Besides his farming Mr. Darlinu did m u c h lumber jobbing. ww * stwuncb Repnblican and bad *\ :') years rnntinnoasly as Justice of ·he t'-ace. besides filling in turn nearly *il th- t o w n s h i p offices. He r*r "f tliH Presbyterian Chnrch. In Mr [)arlinsj'« death his wife has M n f a i t h f n l , loving hneband old. He »ii H vstifv The sii M Mr-* witf( I)r. Shaw Mr ' " · · ' i a. in thf A n l . w t M k i n d , affectionate father. re the harden of life bravely · r f n l l y . forKetfnl of his in iiHeviiitinK those of others. a l w a y s in sympathy i, nnl there are many who his t'oodness in time of need. r i .n of his loas in doubly ')arluiK who was injured a n=:» and is in a very weak Her hnsband'a death occurrwl, n i i a r l y crnel force, on n i v e r s u r y of their il services, conducted by Rev. '·f t h i s borough; were it''* lute hoinn "in Shippen yesterday, followed^y b*urial "l)l;\ cemetery. ·ndny v h.'M u r y rendered n verd w i t h the facts in the rn e'Venini; Coro an iiujneBt a

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  1. The Wellsboro Gazette Combined with Mansfield Advertiser,
  2. 23 Aug 1899, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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