MH Corgan Death
M. H. CORGAN IS DEAD. " Another good, prominent sjtizen of this town has passed to the unknown bevond. Michael H. Corgan. whose death occurred yesterday aftern was the kindest of husbands, and the fondest and best of parents. For sev eral months, this once robust and healthy man has been confined to his home. For weeks It was thought there were chances of recovery, but he began to grow weaker on Wednesday morning and the end came peace fully at 4 o'clock , yesterday afternoon. Mr. Corgan was 64 ' years old and lived here, and. at West Nantlcoke since 1874. -For many jttars he was mine foreman for the Susquehanna Coal Company. Several years ago he took charge of the Chauncey mines and. had many tons of , coal mined which other foremen failed to locate. After leaving the Chauncey mines, he went to' Christianberg, Va., where he purchased some coal lands.-7 He roon-tracted a oh cold there and returned home' In liXes of regaining .his health. Sciatic rheumatism set in and was the cause of his death. Deceased was a director In the Nantlcoke National bank. He was also a member of the Nantlcoke Store Co. Besides his wife. tne ionowing children survive: Kev. M. H, Corgan, Archbald; Attorney Edward Corgan,, of Alexandria, Va.; Genevieve, a teacher In the public schools; Robert, Joseph, Mary and Esther Corgan, all at home. The funeral will take place Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. A solemn high mass of requiem will , be celebrated in St- Francis Church. The deceased's eon, Rev. Father Corgan, will be celebrant. Interment In St. Francis cemetery.