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Goheen_2 - The deceased was horn at Hock Spring, Centre...
The deceased was horn at Hock Spring, Centre county, October HO. IS:", and his early life was spent in linn vicinity. Twenty-two years ago, with his brother, .1 M. (loheen, h came to Tyrone and they established the mercantile business in the seventh ward, under the firm name of .!. (.:. Goheen £ Brother, which has ever since been a prominent and successful establishment of the town. The de ceased gave his constant personal at tention to Una hu H iness. He was a public spirited member of this com munlty and in his unassuming way he Look keen interest in its uplift. II was ii member of Tyrone lodge, No •ISM, Krce and Accepted .Masons. On Kebniary 1C, 1SS7, Mr. Goheoi I was united in marriage to Ida At | MeWillliims, of Grayi:ville, who sm | vives him, together with their foil s -| SO11S :uul O i, e daughter, Paul Millikei Hutli .May, John Iloyd, William Williams, and Harry Kiltenhousc He is also survived by two brother^ and three sisters, J. JMcWilliams and Robert G. Colieen, Mrs. Kila Gardner, Mrs. Annie McWiUiams and Mis s Itelle Oohceu.

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  1. Tyrone Daily Herald,
  2. 31 Dec 1909, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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