John Oister death notice, Pittston Gazette, 27 June 1905

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John Oister death notice, Pittston Gazette, 27 June 1905 - the in re to 70 of a is people who have many...
the in re to 70 of a is people who have many friends. The groom is a son of Mrs. Julia Hines, of James street, and is employed as a machinist at Exeter colliery. JOHN OISTER DEAD. Well Known Resident of Taylor Died Very Suddenly of Heart Disease Tills Morning. John O. Oister, of Taylor, who was well known to the people of this city and vicinity, died very suddenly this morning. The deceased - was advunc ed in years, being 04 years of age. He was a blacksmith by trade, and fo many years worked at his trade in lansom and Milwaukie, gaining a wide acquaintance among the farmers o hat section. For the past 12 years he has been a resident of Taylor. He made his home with his daughter Mrs. Gomer Williams, and had been suffering somewhat from heart trou ble. It was not considered that his condition was serious, however, and the announcement of his death was a painful surprise to his friends. He was in the habit of rising earlv, be fore the other members of the family, and walking in the vicinity of his home. He did so this morning, and was apparently walking in the garden attached to his daughter's home, when ho was struck down. When otli? members of the family arose tht found him lying dead in the garden The deceased is survived by the fol lowing children: Mrs. Joseph Fossel, of Philadelphia; Miss Bessie Oister, of Philadelphia; George Oister. the well known horseshoer, of West Pitts ton; Mrs. Gomer Williams, of Taylor Mrs. Maggie Price, of Parsons; Frank Oister, of Old Forge; Harry and Charles Oister. who live at the family home in Taylor. Mr. Oister was brother of Charles Oister, of Railroad street, this city. FOUGHT WITH FORK. 28 Now

Clipped from Pittston Gazette27 Jun 1905, TuePage 3

Pittston Gazette (Pittston, Pennsylvania)27 Jun 1905, TuePage 3
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