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 - SPENT ENTIRE LIE T Henry Euth, who entire life...
SPENT ENTIRE LIE T Henry Euth, who entire life of 80 years was spent in the Pittston dis tance passed awav last nlsht at 12:15 o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs. H. C. Hunt, 129 Parsonage street. A short time ago, while at his cottage at West Falls, he suffered an illness of ptomaine poisoning, which weakened him greatly, and two weeks ago he was brought to the home of his daughter In this city, where, despite the best of medical care and nursing, 'he continued to fail gradually until the end came peacefully this morning. Mr. Euth was a member of a pioneer Pittston family. Be was bom July 4, 1851, on the Daniel Searle farm, then in Marcy township; now incorporated hi Hughestown borough. He' was the eldest son of Jacob and Christina (Adams) Euth, who were among the early settlers of . the Pitteton - secJtoJ The greater part of Mr. Eutii's life was spent in Duryea, where he was engaged engaged for many years In the teaming business and where he was highly esteemed as a substantial citizen. Evpr since the Duryea Presbyterian Church was established he had been a member and served for many years' up to the time of his death, as elder of the church. Mr. Euth ires married May 12, 1875, to Jane Benedict, member of a prominent prominent Duryea family, who passed away May 10, 1929. The survivors are the following daughters and son: Mrs. H. C. Hunt, of this city; Mrs. Ruth E. Clauson, of West Pittston; Harry B. Euth, of West Pittston.1 and Mrs. Jacob Markarian, of Scranton. Mr. Euth is also survived by one sister and one brother, Mrs. Julia Gardner, of this city and Benjamin Benjamin Euth, of Horseheads, N. Y. Funeral services will be conducted at the Hunt residence Monday afternoon afternoon at 2:30 o'clock by Rev. R. A. Dinker, pastor of the First Presby tterian Church. Burial In West Pittston j ! I Cemetery. HENRY EUTU DIES IN PITTSTON DIS if of to of an I at in

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  1. Pittston Gazette,
  2. 16 Oct 1931, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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