Clipped From The Indiana Weekly Messenger
HEART ATTACT FATAL I Trampled by a horse after he ' died suddenly of a. heart attack, 77, of . ., _. _ _ , .Â»Â»Â·Â».Â·*Â· - ~...v-. Rochester Mills, R. D. 2, was lound i n the Â«* flÂ°* * w *Â· ' m ' Saturday. Death is believed *Â° occurred tnxee or four hours a previously. Neighbors of Mr. Snyder, who of f Â«ir mues east of Locust, of no apparent activity about of ti niiicA 01* riQ m QYI/I iTii7*o"t"i,om t"iTfcff TM 5 e or , "f" 1 "**Â· TM v tTM*S u ,?*Â· 3. The State Police white Paul Barracks at Punxsutawney were born ***Â· .^ en TM rd Wia8 _ "f* b y *"** to Sheriff A. .Eugene Wilson, Snyder had been hauhng corn fod _ dfir . 1 ^ m the ****_* ^L^f 0 ! He l he attack attack and fell to the floor, dead. Ama ** me * ne nOi ' se is believed to have TM oaa : TMj? of the Mer- TM 'P^ly ~d to become restless or turn, but due to the crowded anr\ tri*Â»H tn wÂ«TiW and tnea to dition of the barn floor could only swing from side to the horse side. In this the j , i j j Findley, bÂ£)d an( j ljmbs Qf the deceased, causing nume rous bruises. deceased. Neig Â£b ors ^ ^ Snyder *Â»Â»Â«i(BiÂ«Â«Â»Â«Â»Â»o oÂ«Â«Â»Â«Â« Â·^--. .,Â»Â». vujuv,* ..Â«*. a . been married many years ago and E * e c uto .;r. * Â° tnf lA/aesrHYHSrl-rt'W T 1 rttÂ«rMeVÂ»-iÂ»-Â« Afint^nanA 1 . Elizabeth Bisfoop. sub- that hig first wif e had wag married ^ EK his Two sons were born and aftta and located in Borough, deceased. Eli- Youngstown, 0. Later she had n . ^ sons joined her there. Since then, 35 or 40 years ago, Mr. Snyder lived alone, doing his farm and housework. Friday he had told f d that he had not had word leaves hi s sons f or a b ou t two years Twelve dollars and a small amount of Miss was f oun i O n the body. Mr- Snyder a ^ad one horse, one cow and O f chickens. in Neighbors reported Mr. Snyder 2 g OO( j ne ighbor and respectable citi- pas- Mr Snyder had always lived in the vicinity of his death. He was a of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Snyder was born July 2, 1858.