1947 William Hugh Dumars death
Driver of Team Falls Off Bumper * - Â· .- - . . Â· As Animals Shy FULTON, -- William Hugh Dumara, 40, of South Granby, Fulton RD 3, was' killed instantly instantly at 8.45 a. m. yesterday in an unusual accident near home. h Chest Crushed Trooper Nelson Gydeson flflid mari Â«uÂ«Â«red * crushed chÂ«Â»t run over by an auiomobll* he lowing with * tenin of horses, Gydeson said Wll.Uom H. Lamb, w)\o retidtd with the Dumara, at thi wheel of the car when accident occurred/ The. trooper said both men were employed in the American Woolen plant in this and were preparing lo leave tar work when the motor of the car refused to start, - ; Gydeson said at the*suggestion Duman, a team of home* wa* hitched to the front of the car the machine towod to let it He saldDumara wns standing on front bumper driving the team the hones suddenly shied after motor had started, causing Dumurs to lose his balance and fall to roadway beneath the wheels of car. The Spauldlnf ambulance WHS summoned, and Dumars was pronounced pronounced dend when thi ambulance arrived. The body was removed the Hobert Carpenter funeral Liltlt Utlca, where an autopsy performed by Dr, Herman J. JDick of Syracuse, Assistant District Attorney Don Stacy of Oiwego, acting as coroner, investigated the accident with Gydeson. Gydeson. Dumars WAS the son of late Asher Dumars, ior many a justice of the peace in the Granby. He is survived by his Mrs. Mildred Gannett Dumars.