Elliott J. Hall, husband of Lorma Hall, obituary-TDN, page 2, 20 May 1958
Elliott J. Hall A native of Huntingdon County and one of Brockway's oldest residents, Elliott J. Hall of Broad Street, Brockway, died at his home on Friday, May 9, 1958, after an Mness of several weeks. He was bom in Huntingdon County on October 31, 1859. He and his family have resided in Brockway. for the past 52 years. For many years Mr. Hall was a foreman for the Buffalo, Rochester Rochester and Pittsburgh ' Railroad Company and was transferred when the company was sold to the Baltimore and OMo Railroad Railroad Company: Ha is survived by his wife, the former Lorma Bard, and three sons, Eugene Price of Washington, Washington, D. C., .Raymond HaH of Brockport and Sherman Hall of Sharon. Six grandchildren also survive. Funeral services were conducted conducted from the Carlson funeral home by the. Rev. Henry J. Masman of the^ Methodist Church. Interment was made in the Morningside Cemetery, near DuBois. Among those attending the funeral funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Sheldon Bard, Huntingdon; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bard, Mount Union; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Price, daughter June, Mount Union; Mrs. Nevdn Love, daughter Maxine, Maxine, ShMeysburg; Mrs. Dessie Faust, Mount Union and Herman Bard, Newton Hamilton.