Christopher Emigh 1828-1913

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Christopher Emigh 1828-1913 - MeKIn-stry. Shu-gart. Branset-ter....
MeKIn-stry. Shu-gart. Branset-ter. Morn-ingstar, Christopher Emigh ahh iui.B uu uwim m. tuas- tuas- lopue - r.misii uieu ai ui mine u l ? Claysburg at 6.15 Thursday evening. He was born at New Baliimore, Som erset county, February 29, 1828. being being aged at death 85 years, 3 months and 29 days." He has been for innny yews a devoted devoted member of the Methodist Episcopal Episcopal church and in that faith he died. He had also been a m-mber m-mber m-mber I nr rna i ii ii h' Tr- Tr- nrrv.nva vour j and was one of ihe charier members of the Claysburg lodge, which was organized forty years ago. During the Civil war he served his county in Company H, Twelfth Pensylvania cavalry. He was a member of the Grand Army of the Republic at Roar ing Spring. Surviving are his wife and the fol lowing children: Mrs. David Swangei-, Swangei-, Swangei-, Mrs. Elmer Hamilton, Mrs. Charles Hetterly, Mrs. Angus Walton, Mr, Amos Fardley, all of Altoona; Mrs. Edward Aurand. Mrs. Laura Ellen-berger, Ellen-berger, Ellen-berger, of Harrisburg; Mrs. May Beach ami Colfax Emigh, at home. One brother, Martin Emigh, of New Baltimore, also survives. The funeral will take place on Saturday Saturday afternoon. Service will be held at the home at Claysburg at 2 o'clock. Interment in the Reformed cemetery at that place.

Clipped from Altoona Tribune30 May 1913, FriPage 14

Altoona Tribune (Altoona, Pennsylvania)30 May 1913, FriPage 14
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