Harry Folsom death

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Harry Folsom death - after Donald Orphans' in bank the but sub at...
after Donald Orphans' in bank the but sub at was the the the men Le the two re re his 11 Middle-town, at to resided in a river front home, which they built just above Coxestown and there Mrs. Hargest for years had maintained a beautiful flower garden, featuring several hundred old and new roses that provided colorful setting each year from June until November. She was a mem ber of the Civic Club of Harrisburg and of Market Square Presbyterian Church. Besides Judge Hargest and the son, William Milton, Jr., she leaves two grandchildren, Thomas Sewell, 3rd, student in a Coast Guard Train ing School, and Kingsley LeGallienne Hargest, at home. A brother, Henry LeGallienne, of Albany, N. Y, also survives. Folsom Rites Thursday Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Richard Lee Snyder funeral home, 1720 Regina street, for Sergt Harry Folsom, 1817 Sycamore street, a member' of the Harrisburg police force for seventeen years, who died suddenly while sleeping at his home yesterday. . An interne from the Harrisburg Hospital, called after a son noticed something wrong in the appearance of his father, said death was prob ably due to a heart condition. Sergeant Folsom was reported to have worked his usual shift on Saturday, and his wife said he appar ently was in his usual health yester day afternoon when he went to a bedroom for a nap. Born in Angelica, N. Y., Sergeant Folsom served in World War I as a member of the famous Black Watch unit of the Royal Canadian Army overseas, and joined the city police force in October, 1928. He became a traffic sergeant April 18, 1941. He is survived by his widow, Mrs, Dorothy Folsom; five children, Mary, 18; Howard, 15; Charles, 8; Rose Anna, 6, and Richard Jay, 3; his mother, Mrs. Edith Folsom Bel fast, N. Y; a sister, Mrs. Ruth Fox, Angelica, and a brother, Roy Folsom, Castile, N. Y. Burial will be in Shoop's Church

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  1. The Evening News,
  2. 15 Feb 1943, Mon,
  3. Page 13

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