Jessie Wilmer Weyandt Obit - 1st cousin 3 x removed
INJURIES FATAL TO J. WJfEYANDT East Freedom Resident Suc• Suc• cumbs at Roaring Spring Hospital After Being Struck by Automobile. Jesse W. Weyandt, East Freedom resident, struck by an automobile as he was walking along Bedford street, that village, Thursday evening, suffering suffering a compound skull fracture, died at 6.35 o'clock Saturday evening at Nason hospital, Roaring Spring, without without having regained consciousness. The car that struck Weyandt is owned and operated by Bert Wertz, resident of Hollidaysburg, R. D. No. 2. Weyandt lived in an apartment in what was at one time known a,s the Henry J. Conrad hotel and just prior to the accident had been to a grocery store and called at the home of a son. At the point of the accident there was a parked car. and the Wertz car, goirtg south, and another "car which it was passing at that particular point, crowded the road to such an extent that Wertz was forced practically oft; the road and Weyandt, who was walking walking along the side lot the road, was struck. Noting that the man was seriously injured, Mr. Wertz, with the assistance assistance of people who gathered, took the victim to the Roaring Spring institution institution where an examination disclosed skull fracture which the physicians deemed extremely serious and this caused the death of the man. C. E. Alexander, corporal of highway patrolmen, patrolmen, and Coroner Chester C. Rothrock are making an investigation, as yet incomplete. Jesse Wilmer Weyandt was born on May 14, 1871, and was a son of Joseph and Margaret Elizabeth (Moser) Wey- andt, both deceased, penter by trade and He was a car- was employed, lust prior to his demise, by the Tuscarora Tuscarora Oil company's operations near East Freedom. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Mary Weyandt, and the following children: Edgar and Russell Weyandt, both of Sproul; Roy Weyandt of East Freedom, Freedom, Geary Weyandt of Altoona, Harry, Mary and Melvin Weyandt, all at home, and Mrs. Margaret Miller of Hollidaysburg. He also leaves one Brother, Joseph Weyandt of Hollidays- jurg. One son, Joseph Weyandt, died one year ago. Funeral services will take place at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning at the lome in East Freedom, in charge of ^ev. C. E. Berkey, Lutheran minister. Interment will be made at the Lutheran Lutheran cemetery in Newry. A sad feature of the death of Mr iVeyandt is the fact that a brother Harry was killed while walking on the railroad, where the Cumberland line of he Pennsylvania railroad crosses the ilghway north of East Freedom, welve years ago; the son died of a malignant malady at the hospital and another son Edgar of Sproul, is now a patient in a local hospital, operated upon on Thursday for appendicitis and n such a serious condition that he has not been apprised of his falher's death.