1921 June 3 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1921 June 3 Harrisburg Telegraph - 8 Artillery. by Sale Services For Policeman...
8 Artillery. by Sale Services For Policeman Will Be Held Monday Funeral services for Edward C. Ross who served five years as a member of the city police force, will he conducted conducted at liis home, 15 Race street, at 10 o'clock Monday morning, with the Rev. Robert Meisenhelder officiating. 1 Burial will be made in Chambersburg. The death or Mr. koss occurred after an illness of only ten days and was due to complications which followed followed a severe attack of the influenza about a year ago. He is survived by the following sons and daughters: John B. and Blanche T., of Emporium; Mrs. "William "William Underwood and Crawford E.. at home. Also one grandson. Paul Underwood. Underwood. Five brothers and sisters also survive, as follows: Harry and Charles, of Fayetteville: Mrs. Harry Unger, Fayetteville; Mrs. John B. Nicholas, and Mrs. Franklin Forn - walt, of this city. FRAXCIS K. COMMIXGS sued estate this who a garage street,

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 03 Jun 1921, Fri,
  3. Page 2

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  • 1921 June 3 Harrisburg Telegraph

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