1/26/1900--James heslin' smother died

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1/26/1900--James heslin' smother died - - 4 Mrs. Heslin was a good woman a kind mother...
- 4 Mrs. Heslin was a good woman a kind mother who was beloved not only by hei own family, but by all with whom she came in contact. She had lived In Inker man for many years and her friends and neighbors speak of her in the highest terms of praise. She is survived by a fam ily which includes some of the most prom' inent and well known people of that vil lage, aa follows: James, mine foreman at Hoyt shaft; Miss Katie, a teacher in the public schoo s of Inkerman; Mrs. John King, Mrs. John Gannon, Miss Cells, and two daughters who are staters in convents Sister Greteclous, at Hyde Park, and Sister Heelin, at Providence, B. I. 8 GAIL SMTH.

Clipped from Pittston Gazette26 Jan 1900, FriPage 4

Pittston Gazette (Pittston, Pennsylvania)26 Jan 1900, FriPage 4
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