Thomas Bayle - Obit
VICTIM OF ACCIDENT EXPIRES AT HOSPITAL as a good mechanic, 'member of St. Luke's Injuries Received When Struck by Car Prove Fatal Fatal to Thomas Bayle ' Thomas Bayle, aged T53, who has knocked down and crushed under an Eighth avenue car on Bridge street late .Tuesday evening, died at the Altoona hospital at 5:30 o'clock last evening. The wheels of the car did not pass over ' the unfortunate Iman and although although he was squeezed under the trucks, the injuries were not of a serious nature. Because of his ad vanced age, and the fact that he was not strong physically, he never rallied from the shock and sank steadily un til death came. His family was notified notified during the afternoon that he was very low and all were assembled at the bedside. Thomas Bayle was born in Ireland and was aged 65 years. He came to this city a boy of 13 years and had since resided here. Early in life he entered the employe of the Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Railroad company and for a iperiod of forty-five forty-five forty-five years was employed employed in'the blacksmith shop. He was well , known by shopmen and regard- regard- He was a Episcopal rhnrfh Wlnnohncrn trfho Tmnrnr.H J " ......... ...-fV ...-fV ...-fV ...UV, AWf.V.U Order of Odd Fellows, Verandah lodge, I Independent Order of Odd Fellows, the Altoona Checker and Chess club and the Blacksmith's union. He Is survived by his wife and these children; children; M. G., Mrs. P. Conrad, Mrs. Edward Elway, E. S-., S-., S-., R. D. and J. C, of this city. He is also survived survived by one brother, Samuel Bayle and a sister, Mrs. Margaret Gallagher, both of the city. The funeral will take place from his late home, 1602 Margaret Margaret avenue, at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon, services to be conducted at the house. Interment in Falrview cemetery.