Clipped From Cumberland Evening Times
u a Tri-State Julia WiDetts, residence at of Wllletts, Elaine Midlothian; James Turtle C. Mrs. Katie lothlun, Other brothers, Pittsburgh, and and Dayton, Wolford, Frank D. Llewellyn PROSTBURG, June 17—Prank D Llewellyn, 4B, Zlhlman, died thi morning In Miners' Hospital ' he was admitted yesterday. Hi parents were the late Elijah HofT man and Julia (Kelllng) Llewellyn Mr. Llewellyn, a native of Pinto operated the old Borden Farm in recent years. Survivors include his widow, Mrs Eva (Smith) Llewellyn, and 12 children, John, Frank, Leroy, Louis George, Ronald, Merrill, Marian Dorothy, Betty Janei and Linda Llewellyn all at home, and Mrs Hardy Grosser, Danville, and two grandchildren. He also leaves two brothers Robert Llewellyn, Prostburg and Wesley Llewellyn, Bedford Valley Pa.; a half-brother, William Loar Lonaconing, and! five sisters, Mrs May Penman, Westernport; Mrs Ruth Planigan, Danville; Mrs. Edna Knierlein, Grahamtown; Mrs. John Collins, Pinto, and Mrs. George Lemmert. Frostburg.