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 - . A FORTUNE Awaits tbe 0'Brjon Children, Whose...
. A FORTUNE Awaits tbe 0'Brjon Children, Whose OrandanotBor, Mary Oormaa, Mat With e. Jstystarioue Death. Mrs. Msrr Gorman, wbo met a violent death ia bar lodging at the corner of Mound atreet aad Carlisle avenue, waa aot a poor woman, aa was at Brat supposed. - At th time of her death her danghter. Mrs. Bridget Obrron. wss arrested and held for several days on suspicion of having mur dered her mother, bnt was then released. Monday evening Mrs. CBryon and her brother. Pat German, in company with Jack Harden, who- Is lino wa as the King of tbe Irish Gypsies, started for Plttsbarg in search of Jim CBryon. the .husband of the woman who was unjustly accused of killing her mother. This waa aot tbe whole of their mission, however, a' they carried a letter from Attorney Shay and Coaan. of this city, to Montooth A Bsoa. of Pittsburg. It baa developed that thedead woman, Mrs. Gorman, was -worth between It&OOOand H0.O0J in metier and real estate, and own property ea ilrady avenue aaa also on .Welach atreet in Alleshear. Peno. 'the twa children of Mrs. O'oryoo are aaid to be heir of thi property. The children are at present la the t'hil-drens Home, of this city, where they were placed by the officers of th Humane Society some time before Mr. Uorrasa's death, be es us ther had an mnnitwr tmsf. ! it. coniDiaint irma made bv tiia ooltae to the Humane Society In order to bold the band of "Irish gypsies" in th city until their movements could be in or closely watched. An effort was made about a week ago tf get th children out of the home and place them in the orphan asylum at Cum-miaaville. but a leiearaiu came from the x P. C. A. of Pittabura. aieiing that Mrs. Bridget Sherlock, tli mother .of Jim CfRrron. and grandmother of tlie children, stopped proceedings. Mrs. Sherlock is also well-to-do, and lives near Httnburr. W bile the various taction ot lb laroiir are trying to gain possession ot the children and the eastndr af their fortune, the Human Society ia keep- ib tract oi every move.

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 14 Apr 1892, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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