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 - THE DEATH ROLL MAJOR J. H. CLtNB, ] {, Major J....
THE DEATH ROLL MAJOR J. H. CLtNB, ] {, Major J. H. Cline died at his horn* In Slipperyrock township, Lawrence cottn»V:| ty, Tuesday morning, ,><•?" He was born in Shenango township tri 1834 and passed his early days in that vicinity, moving to SHpperyrock when, about 25 years old. Major Cllne hfcd' quite a record as a soldier. When thd war broke out he enlisted in Company F, Roundhead regiment looth Pennsylvi- nin Volunteers. He served three years and went into the army as captain, and later he became major, He was take* prisoner at James Island, Va., and was"', confined for a period of ninety days ft,, the famous Libby prison. Major Cline has the reputation of having taught ; ; school in Lawrence county more years < than any other person. He married," Catherine Shear, of Shenango township,' about forty-eight years ago. He leaves eight children : George L., , of Slipperyrock township ; Mrs, D. L. Aiken, of Butler; Mrs. Richard Young, of Grove City; Edward Cline, also Of Grove City; Frank, James, Jacob and Eva, who are at home. '

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  1. The Record-Argus,
  2. 01 Aug 1900, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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