Thomas Wilson Bard-Obit-p.4-TDN-2 Oct 1945

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in B. E. of in of B. at an Thomas Wilson Bard Thomas Wilson Bard, son' of tbe late George 'W. 'Bard and the late Casander Rogers Bard, died at his in Hustontown on Wednesday, September 26, 194J, at 3:45 o'clock. 'He was taken suddenly ill and passed av/ay before before medical aid could reach him. He was born in Orbisonia ou July 12, 1876, and spent the early early part of his life in his native town. He went to Pitcairn wnere he was employed by the Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Railroad Company for a. number of years. Later he followed followed the occupation of farm.uj until four years ago when ns moved with uis family to Hustontown. Hustontown. He was united in marriage to Lillie Flack of Pitcairn in 1907- To this union were born Six ciiilci- ren, five-of whom survive: Milton Milton Bard, Greensburg; Mrs. Rosella Rosella Lewis, Ligonier; Mrs. Cleora Cleora Shafer, Laughlintown; Sgt. Clarence Bard, in the United States Army in Texas; and Curtis Curtis Bard, at home. The following brothers and sisters" also survive: survive: Mrs. Mary Shetrom, Huntingdon; Huntingdon; Clair Bard, and Alia. Roxie Wilson, both of Pitcairn. Six grandchildren also survive. Mr. Sheeder was a kind Husband Husband and father and will be ead- ly missed by his family and friends. The funeral service was held at the late home on Saturday evening, September 29, at eight o'clock. The body was taken to the Pleasant Grove Presbyterian Church, near Ligonier, where » further sevice was Lield at two o'clock Sunday aftenoon, conducted conducted by the Rev. Mr. Hooper of Hustontown. Burial was made in the cemetery adjoining the Clinton, church b; vice. the House funeral ser- a the tin as

Clipped from The Daily News02 Oct 1945, TuePage 4

The Daily News (Huntingdon, Pennsylvania)02 Oct 1945, TuePage 4
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