The Scranton Truth 7 July 1913 p 5

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The Scranton Truth
7 July 1913
p 5 - to at receives $7,000 per annum. DEATH CLAIMS A...
to at receives $7,000 per annum. DEATH CLAIMS A PROMINENT CITIZEN At the home of his daughter, Mrs. Carrie Emig Machler, 128 Crown avenue, avenue, Jacob Emig, Sr., died yesterday morning, aged 77 years. He was a pioneer and one of the most prominent men of - South Scranton. Mr. Emig was born 1835, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick i.mig, farmers of Rockenhausen, in the iipiiiliilpilli JACOB EMIG, SR. I, ...... I nt Ravaria fiftrmailV. He lived with his parents until 1851, when ne came 10 iuib cvuuuj. came to Scranton in i860 settled in South Scranton. He began work with the L. 1. & company aim with them for forty long years, twenty twenty years as a foreman. Mr. Emig was a members of th Odd Fellows, and was one of the Founders of the First German Presbyterian Presbyterian church, of Hickory street. He was trustee of the church for BO years. After working a few years in a sugar refining plant in New York, he went to Newark. Wayne county, N. Y., where he married Miss Caroline Shimpf. Later Later he came to Scranton and when the steel mills was moved to Buffalo continued continued with them for three years. The deceased is survived by two sons, Frederick and Jacob, Jr., and four daughters, Mrs. Carrie Emig Machler, Mrs. Simon Scheuer, of Detroit, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. W. B'. Budenbach and Mrs. Bert Wesser. The funeral will take place Wednesday Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Carrie Emig Machler, of 126 Crown avenue. HALLSTEAD YOUTH - of

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