John McNulty obit
L j Save him charge of a large number of miners to repair the company's canal j th'at had been washed away by that freshet. His work was between Allen-the Allen-the : town and Siatedam. after that h l. i i JOHN McNULTY. Ex-City Ex-City Ex-City Assesi-or Assesi-or Assesi-or Jrhn McNulty, one of theoldest citizens of t!he Sixth Ward, died at 3.30 a. m. yesterday at his late residence. No. 703 Front Street. Mr. McNulty took ?i k several weeks a-o a-o a-o and was coufinxl 10 bed until the i end. came to this country Mr. McNulty frm un i . , fiom his home in Ireland in 1847. On; his arrival in Mauch Chunk th IbIa Captain J. L. Miller was recrui i'-g i'-g i'-g yi I- I- i unleers to Join Gene al Sott in Mex'cn. ! He made application to join the com Pany. .but it was already full. From 'Mautfh Chunk he went to Summit Hill, where he went to work for the Lehigh (-oa' (-oa' (-oa' and Navigation Company In their : coal mines. He there learned to be sin i ; expert coal miner. He was in the com- com- i. i Pany's employ up to 1S62. when the ' i company's engineer,. Mr. Winfersteen ! termined to live in Allentown and has wnce resicen here. His wife died some four years ago, I He loaves one sister, a daughter. Mrs, Magonagle, and three sons, Philip, of Tacoma. Washington; Bernard and John McNulty. of this city. WM. DKCH. !