Patrick Golden Obituary 1925
' P. J. GOLDEN. ' P. J. Golden, aged 61, a former well known resident of this city, suffered an attack of heat prostration yester day morning at Baltimore, Md., which resulted in his death In the Sisters Hospital of that place,-several place,-several place,-several hours later. Mr. Golden was a resident of this -city, -city, until eight years ago. and conducted a thriving real estate and Insurance business in this section for a number of years. He left Wilkes Barre eight years ago to locate 1 in Baltimore, Md., where he established In business. Undertaker J. Jimmett Brislln left this ctty last night to ac company the remains back to the Golden family home in this city. The body will arrive some time tonight. Funeral services will be conducted from the Golden home.- home.- 47 Walnut street, Georgetown, Monday morning at t o'clock. A solemn high mass of requiem will .be ' celebrated at St, Joseph's church at 9:30 and inter merit will be at St. Mary's cemetery at Hanover. . Mr. Golden Is survived by i three children, Ralph, Leo, and Margaret. His mother, Mrs. Catherine Golden, of 47 Walnut street, Georgetown; a brother, P. A. Golden, head Of the circulation department of the Times Leader; and two slaters, Mrs. John Kane, of Parsons, and Mrs. John Rellly, of Georgetown, also survive.