Francis Doyle, Accident victim

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Francis Doyle, Accident victim - the inspection the Green-wald of no be no...
the inspection the Green-wald of no be no inspection on No. 9 Bratticeman Is Killed by Fall of Coal Francis Doyle, bratticeman in No. 9 Colliery, Pagnotti Coal Interests, Interests, wa instantly killed when caught under a fall of coal yesterday yesterday afternoon at 4:15. He resided with his family at 3 Green Street, Pittston. He was -employed -employed In and f about the mines for many years. Mr. Doyle was one of the best known residents of Upper Pittston.! He was a member of St. Mary's Help of Christian Church and its Holy Name Society. Survivors are his widow, the former former Anna Joyce, and these children, Mrs. George Darula, Old Forge; Catherine and Theresa, at home; also these sisters and brothers, Mrs, Margaret Nomroy, New York City; Mrs. Alice Lovett, New York City; Mrs. Edward Tighe, Chicago; Peter and William - Doyle and Mrs. Thomas Horan, Pittston. The body has been removed to the Horan home at 145 Cornelia Street, Pittston. JUST RECEIVED BRAND NEW SHIPMENT BAHAMA ROCK Mine Schedule Adonizlo Working. Conlon Working. Dial Rock Working. Glen Alden All working. Harry E Working. Hudson All collieries working". working". Jermyn-Green Jermyn-Green Jermyn-Green Mine and breaker working. . . . Kehoe-Berge Kehoe-Berge Kehoe-Berge Working. Lehigh Valley AH working. Lnzerne-Anthraclte Lnzerne-Anthraclte Lnzerne-Anthraclte Work-in?. Work-in?. Work-in?. Pennsylvania Undecided. Sullivan Trail Working. Susquehanna Both collieries idle. Volpe Mines working, breaker idle. . he of

Clipped from The Wilkes-Barre Record11 Dec 1942, FriPage 15

The Wilkes-Barre Record (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania)11 Dec 1942, FriPage 15
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