Patrick Cusick 1888 death

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Patrick Cusick 1888 death - about f 1,800. : ( - ; ntJUas voxch. -: -: .'...
about f 1,800. : ( - ; ntJUas voxch. -: -: .' Sugar Notch, Nov. 8. Mr. Caffreyls receiving tbe hearty congratulations of bis many friends. This borough rolled up a majority of two hundred votes for tbe borne candidate. Tbe people irrespective of party gave bim their hearty support and he Is deeply indebted to all of them for the handsome compliment ; '. . Patrick Cusack, aged about forty-four forty-four forty-four years, was buried here tbis afternoon. Mr. Cusack was an employe of the L V. R. R. and while shoveling ashes from tbe tracks last Monday was struck by an engine. engine. Inflicting Injuries which proved fatal. He was one of tbe most peaceable and Industrious residents of tne town. His death will be regretted by a very wide circle of friends and relatives In this county. He was a member of the St Charles Society.. Mrs. James Moore, of Warrior Run, was

Clipped from The Sunday Leader11 Nov 1888, Sun[Second Edition]Page 8

The Sunday Leader (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania)11 Nov 1888, Sun[Second Edition]Page 8
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