Clipped From Harrisburg Telegraph
' LEVI IIEAGY Levi Heagy died this morning, at I o'clock, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. A. K. Holllnger, 442 Hummel street, after an Illness of two years, aged 73 vear. Mr. Heagy wa a veteran of the Civil War. having served a a private In Company K, One Hundred and Ninety - fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer. Mr. Heagy wa a member of the Ot - terbeln United Brethren Church, of the carpenters' Union and of Post 118, Grand Army of the Republic. He is survived by the following children: Mr. Holllnger, Mr. Jacob Hays, Mrs. Sadie Crelg, Mrs. Martha Thomas, John, William and Abram Heagy. The funeral will be held at Otterbeln Church on Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, and will be In charge of the Rev. Mr. Rupp. Burial will be mads In tha Paxtang Cemetery.