Clipped From The Cincinnati Enquirer
I with himself. THE GYPSY QUEEN Will Be Taken To Her Long Horn; TtvIUy. Mrs. Bridget Gorman, known throughout the country as the yueen of tb Irish Gypsies." died at the Central Hotel, in Cummius-ville, riuiiday. and will be burled from St. Patrick's Church, on Blue Rock street, this. mornintf at 8 o'clock. High mass will be celebrated by Rev.' Father Hickey, and tbe interment will take place at ISt. Joseph's Cemetery, the grave teiavted being alongside of that of her husband, who died here nearly live years ago. s Mra. GoriuiAii was born in Dublin. Ireland. aud at the time of ber death was in her ser-enty-aeventh Year, he was ir. Gorman's second Wife, and was married to him in but; land. The progeny from both wives were Mtunte.1 ns ons ana .11- - - Mr. Gorman was a bone trader, and after bis innrrlaxe to Miss Webb he tarried on bis business through Kng'un 1. iscotiand and. Wales. Finally they concluded to rome to this country, and their first stopplna- place was at Bt-ston. k rum there they went u New-York and Chicago, and finally settled tn Cincinnati, purcluisiug the ground whtch tbeir heirs still own, near the intersection of spring Grove avenue and Coleraiu pike. Ten children were born to the pair, of shorn six are now living. They are: Mrs. Anule Gorman Hwydeti, wife of Jack Hayden: Bart-Icy Gorman, who with his wtie find children is now in camp near Miaiuishurg; Miss Brideet Gorman. Miss Maggie Gorman and the Messrs. John and James orman. Tbe family is widely scattered, but among those w ho will be present at tbe f .literal litis morning are hartley Gorman, the eldest son; Mrs. Annie Gorman Hayueti, Miss Magaie and Mr. James Gorman. The pallbearer will be selected from old friends of tbe deceased.