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Members aud R. Mrs. and and all of all. and of George is HE.VRV C. COSSEL. Henry C. Cossel, 57 years old, mine foreman for the H. C. Frick company for many years, diet] Sun'day morning at his h o m e .at following an illness-dating back to last Christmas. He was taken to St. Francis hospital, Pittsburg, for treatment of severed loaders of the hip,! due to a. fall suffered wbile perform-j .ing his duties at Adelaide. February 124 he returned home and his ed condition caused him to contract the [influenza. Later pneumonia and j pleurisy developed. The deceased i rick, July .25, 1861. a son o{ I Susan C'ossel. Virtually all his at j he. had worked for the H. Coke, company, .being located age vls- M.. to appeal the Morgan valley as mine foreman. He was one of the most widely mining men of 'thjit -section and his host of friends will regret to learn His untimely death. In addition to his widow he is survived by the following children: Mrs. W. E^ O'Don- ncll, Hazelwood; Mrs. 4j. B. Fritz, Newton Falls, 0.; Misses Rene, and.Madalyii Cossel, at at home, one son. I. J. Cossel, with the American Expeditionarj' Forces in France. He" is also survived by five grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. S. T. Ervin and Mrs. John .Cole, both of Connellsville; three brothers, William Cossel, Adelaide; James Cossel, Broad Ford, and Samuel Cossel, Homer City.. . Funeral services will be held tomorrow a: 2 o'clock at the family residence.' Rev. Raiph Bell, pastor the Methodist church at Smithfield, will officiate. Interment will be in Dickerson Run Ifnion cemetery.

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  1. The Daily Courier,
  2. 31 Mar 1919, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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