Clipped From Bedford Gazette
appearance. and This and An Old Name, The Cumberland News says: "TitE BEDFORD (PA.) GAZETTE of April 26 announces the death of Mrs. Mary Shuck, widow of the late George Shuck, of that place, aged seventy- seven years. Her husband died some years ago. She was a lady highly esteemed by all who knew her. husband was a brother of the late Samuel Shuck, who, many years height, have go to from says: 10,581 as married Miss Annie Dnrbin, one Cumberland's most charming young ladies. Since her marriage, she lived in Bedford. She is a prominent of that town, the intimate friend of Mrs. Judge William M. Hall, who also a Cumberland lady, a daughter Mr. A. Creamar, a member of the known old-time mercantile firm of Lowndes and Creamer. The two Shucks mentioned were first cousins the late Jacob Shuck, of this city, father of George C. Shuck, the chief clerk of the Cumberland post- office, and Hervy Shuck,acting of wills. The Shuck name here is old if not older than the county and its bearers have always been highly rated for honesty and excellent citizenship."