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the rent materials, products the in males age. in Auto Toll Is 22 Frank M. Daugherty is Accident Victim; at Niles 40 Years. under against Of street for on a Records of Coroner Edward Conk xiday showed the death of Frank M. Daugherty, 734 Dayton street, nought thoitoll of fatal auto accidents accidents for the year in Butler county 22. 'Daugherty died Monday at 8:lo p. m. of affections resulting from in- uries suffered' Saturday night when itruck by an automobile. Name of he driver of the automobile was nut eported.to authorities. The driver stopped, gave Daugher:y Daugher:y every attention possible, carried lim, to a physician's office and then o his home where the injured man remained until yssterdKy afternoon hen he was taken to Mercy hospital. The accident happened after he la'ited in r.rossine the strest near liis lome, to premit a street car to Tl}e death of Ihrank Daugherty the second in the family from accidents. accidents. About- thras years ago a Brother, Pat Dnueherty, was fatally .njured by an interur.Dan car in Lindenwald. Lindenwald. Frank M. Daugherty was horn in Ireland, August 6, 1853, and camo to the United States w'tb liis when hs was 12 years old. The family first went to Oxford and later Prank came here. He hue worked continuously at the Niles Tool Works Co. for 40 years, being ranked as one of tho oldest workers, in noint of service, in the- plant. He was wed Juno 6. 1871 to Catherine Drudy who, with seven children survive. They are: Nellie and Mary Daugherty, Mrs. D. C. Ginrich am Mrs. Marion Moore of Hamilton, D. C.Ginrich and Mrs.Charles Smithly and Paul Daugherty of Sprlngftelt nnd Martin of .Detroit, Mich. surviving are oho brother, James Daugherty of Oxford, one, sister,Mrs Ann O'Toole of Hamilton ,and eiffh grandchildren. . He was a member of St. Mary churcSi, a member of the Holy. ociety of that congregation 'and of Branch No. 1, Catholic Knights -of ihio, He was held in high esteem by vho knew him, and his passing ause deep grife, hot only among elatives, but by t a host of friends. The funeral will take place at m. Friday at the ihomc, followed y services nt St. Mary church at .· m. Burial will be at St. Mary emetery. Friends may view the remains 'hursday afternoon and evening.

Clipped from The Journal News20 Dec 1922, WedPage 16

The Journal News (Hamilton, Ohio)20 Dec 1922, WedPage 16
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