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Well KnOWn At and known, three, eight the consequence. Man Dead Thomas L. Biddleman, First Blacksmith in Borough, Passed Away. Armagh, April 5.--Thomas L. Biddleman, one of the oldest and best known le^idents of this place, and owner of the only blacksmith shop in died about 9 o'clock, Saturday evening of general debility and a of diseases, brought on by old age. He had been 511 since the of his wife last July. The deceased was born in Wilmore, going when but a boy to Laurel Hill near New Florence, where he learned the blacksmith trade. Later he went to Cramer, remaining there but a short time, and 40 years he located here. He opened the smithy in Armagh and despite the fact that he was very old, being his 85th year at the time of his worked in his shop until last fall. Mr. Biddleman leaves these children Mrs. Newton Bracken, of Blair, Neb.; Mrs. Mary White, of Loraine, O.; Mrs. Kinsley, of Armagh; Mrs. Webster McCachren, Earl Biddleman, of Armagh; Aubert Biddleman and Mrs. Ralph Stutzman, of Johnstown. He leaves 40 grandchildren and a number of great grandchildren. He was a member of the Armagh Methodist church and a regular attendant at the services. The funeral services j be held at the Biddleman home on April 7, by the Rev. Mr. Hill. The interment will be made in ;he Armagh cemetery. REGULATIONS

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  1. The Indiana Gazette,
  2. 06 Apr 1914, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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