Delozier, John Cuthbert 20 Jan 1930, Altoona Mirror
JOHN CUTHBERT UKLOKIER For a quarter of a century a resident of Altoona, retiring as n forgcman for Ihe Pennsylvania railroad, died on Sunday morning al 3.18 o'clock at the home of a daughter, Mrs. G. H. Nuglo of 407 Edgewood avenue, Pittsburgh, of a complication of diseases. He was a nallve of St. Augustine, Cumbria county, being born March 20, 1851, tho son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dolozlcr. His mother, whose maiden name was Krise, died In July, 1928, at tho age of 100. He was married at St. Augustine on Aug. iil, 1802, to Miss Elizabeth Dlllen, who died at Pulton in 1927. He resided in Altoonu fur twenty-live years until his retirement, when he moved to Patton. Since tho death of his wife he resided with this daughter. Surviving are two sons and two duugh- ters, Mrs. T. H. Nagle, ut whose home he died, Mrs. E. A. Wise of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Andrew C. of Bruddock and Austin Austin B. of Chicago; iilso a Mister, Mrs. Mary Maloney of Altoonu, and a brother, Llnua Delozier of Patton. The funeral will be conducted from the daughter's home on Wedensday morning morning at 8.30 o'clock, with muss at tho St .Anselm's church, Swisavule. The body will be brought to this city on train No. 44 for interment here in St. John's cemetery.