Death of Thomas Criswell's brother in 1916

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Death of Thomas Criswell's brother in 1916 - of on a on E. on K. W. w. Went-sel, Mc-Alee....
of on a on E. on K. W. w. Went-sel, Mc-Alee. Joieph Criewell. Joseph Criswell, aged 78, died yesterday yesterday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. E. P. Henninger, in Edgewood Park. He had been 111 for 10 months. He was born in Butler county. He served with Company H. One Hundred and Second Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, during the Civil War, and waa severely wounded in tho Battle of the Wilderness. Wilderness. He served for two terms as clerk of courts of Butler county. In 1364 he " 2. na...: . ., . ''. ; :v Joseph Crlstvell. married Miss Katherlne S. Burkhart, a school teacher. Ha was past comman der of A. G. Reed Post, O. A. R., and was a member of tho Union Veteran Legion. He was a Mason, a director of the Lyndora National Bank and a member of tho Methodist Episcopal i Church. He leaves, besides his widow. two Bons, James B. Criswell of Knox- Knox- ville, Tenn., and William C. Criswell of Wilklnsburg; three daughters, Mrs. Henninger, with whom he lived; Mrs. T. C. Stephens of Gibsonia, Pa., and Mrs. W. C. LIttlewood of Wllkinsburg; one brother, Thomas Criswell of West Elizabeth, and one Bister, Mrs. Susan Burtner of Barberton, O. 1878 and

Clipped from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette28 Feb 1916, MonPage 7

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)28 Feb 1916, MonPage 7
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