John (Gypsy) Gorman
Luart, pf Iron ton. and rV.hmlad. tea. GYPSY' GOBMAjN. Tbe ,WeU -Known Horse-Trader at Death'rDopr. amatklag Caaasrniaf a Xas jtaaajra vtrjr- Wkartfaai wbe la tba Eaajsf tka . woxaxM Oyjay axJly: f John, mora familiarly known aa "Oypay" Oormao. tba bead of tba great Gorman gypsy family, is lying at tba family xaaideneaoa Dirr street, in Cumainsviise. aaflariag from typhoid pnaqmonia and with' no posaible hope for bia recovery. As a trader and dealer In horses be ta known from Maine to Calilorv nia and front its kuif to the lakes. He baa been of a roving dispoaition and wanted to A. be en tbe go all tbe time. Probably be remained ia Cnmminsville aa lone if not longer, than at any ether plaoa. and Uwaa for that reason that it is known as his betas. Mr. Gorman did not ooaas of gypsy parentage, although he greatly resembled a mem ber of that tribe, both la aotinna ana general fppeeranee. He was bbrn ia County Oavan. reiaad. sixty-two years ago. and when quite Mary Gallagher, wbo survives him. Tbey caive to America ia IflAI flaaaral HlMrai airi hake Sn lham. tha following bain John- and James ( Winnie and Maggie Una of tba dauti -- - . . , , - being still alive: nsrun u iee (twlnai. rv.lai Bridjret. dsushters murried Jack Har den, wbo is almost aa well known in the horse markets of the oanntry aa waa bis father-in-law.