wife of john g maugherman

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wife of john g maugherman - INDIUM WOMUr KILLED BY STREET CAR : SHE SPENT...
INDIUM WOMUr KILLED BY STREET CAR : SHE SPENT HER GIRLHOOD HEBE Carrie Maugherman Terribly in Accident at South Band, Ind. five benefit the church locate their Failure of a rusted fender to work properly, according to eye witnesses cost Mrs. Carr'e Maughermar. of 234 South Carroll street. South Bend, I n d ana, her life shortly after 10 o'clock on Wednesday morning, June 28 The woman met instant death under a street car near the River Park in that city. iftrs. Maughermar alighted from an that some of at- to in the Home Le- will come to a work bound Mishawaka car and in at- ^school, j temptingtocrO88 the nortn track on the street railway line stepped directly in front of a car going in the opposite direction from the one from which she had ali hted. Although moving slowly the car threw its victim ahead of it and before it could be stopped the endeavor service; join in superintendents . ^^ ^ wafl cr(jshed jmo fln . i recognizable mass under the fender. i The woman was struck a heavy blow by the car which threw her directly in front of the car and the defective fender refused to pick the body up. j The head was horribly crushed by one ; of the car wheels, a ragged hole was cut in the woman's shoulder and many · bones were broken. Authorities believe i thatMrs. Maughermar died as the \ of a compound fracture of the scalp received when the car wheel hit her head. Mrs. Maughermar, was formerly Miss Carrie Gasper, and was born in this place, spending the first twenty- five years of her life here. She is well known to many of the older residents of Indiana. So far as can be learned there are . immediate friends of the deceased living in this vicinity. A brother lives in Califor* ia, another in Minnesota and a sister lives in Alberta, Can. An only child died in infancy. She was ! 67 years of age and was the widow John G. Maughermer, a Civil War ', veteran, who was known to several Indiana people and who died about a ago. the was the chickens Lorenzo I 20

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  1. The Indiana Gazette,
  2. 05 Jul 1911, Wed,
  3. Page 7

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