|The Johnstown, PA "Tribune-Democrat"
issue of 26 Sep 1955, p. 20, col. 1
CALDWELL --Barron, 80, New Florence R.D. 1, died Sept. 24, 1955,
in Lee Hospital. Born Jan. 31, 1875, in St. Clair Township, son of David
and Margaret (Davis) Caldwell. Survived by widow, former Elverdia (Bertha)
Lear; these children: Frank, Bolivar; Margaret, Tucson, Ariz.; Marie,
David and Homer, all of New Florence; Altheus, Monaca and Lawrence, Seward;
21 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Brother of Harry, Akle; Matthew,
West Newton, and Charles, New Florence. Friends received in R.S. Wagner
Funeral Home, New Florence, where service will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday,
Rev. John B. Gardner. Interment, West Fairfield Cemetery.
The Johnstown, PA "Tribune-Democrat" issue of 22 Apr 1959, p. 42,
MUIR --James Everett, 80, Bolivar, died Apr. 21, 1959, in his
home. Born Apr. 10, 1879, in Fairfield Township, Westmoreland County, son
of Walter and Eliza D. (Henderson) Muir. Survived by daughters Mrs. Lillian
Wakefield, Mrs. Alice Nixon and Mrs. Marie Cline, all of Bolivar; 10 grandchildren
and 23 great-grandchildren. Friends received after 2 p.m. Wednesday in
late residence. service at 2 p.m. Friday in Bolivar United Presbyterian
Church, Rev. Donald Lammers. Interment, Ft. Palmer Cemetery. Arrangements
in charge of R.S. Wagner Funeral Home, New Florence.
The Johnstown, PA "Tribune" issue of 22 July 1952, p. 20, col. 3
MUIR --Newton William, 67, Fairfield Township, Westmoreland
County, died July 21, 1952, at his home. Born Oct. 20, 1884, a son of Walter
and Eliza (Henderson) Muir. Survived by widow, Hannah (West) Muir; three
children--Mrs. Cora Ribbet and Frank, both of Fairfield Township, and Ernest,
at home. Brother of Charles, Everett and Mary Muir, all of Fairfield Township.
Friends received at late home, where service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday.
Interment, West Fairfield Cemetery. Arrangements in charge of R.S. Wagner
Funeral Home, New Florence.
The Johnstown, PA "Tribune-Democrat" issue of 3 March 1955, p. 28,
MUIR --Mrs. Mary E., 72, of West Bolivar, died Mar. 2, 1955,
at home. Born July 12, 1882, in Fairfield Township, a daughter of Walter
P. and Eliza (Henderson) Muir. Survived by two brothers--Charles, Bolivar
R.D., and Everett, Bolivar. Friends received at home of John Cline, Bolivar.
Service at 2 p.m. Saturday at West Bolivar Church of Christ. Interment,
United Presbyterian Cemetery, West Fairfield. Arrangements in charge of
R.S. Wagner Funeral Home, New Florence.
The Johnstown, PA "Tribune-Democrat" issue of 24 Feb 1959, p. 16,
MUIR --Charles H., 81, Longwood, Fla., formerly of Bolivar,
died Feb. 23, 1959, at home of son, Taylor, in Longwood. Born Mar. 19,
1877, in Bolivar, son of Walter P. and Eliza (Henderson) Muir. Survived
by these children: Arnold, Bolivar; Dorothy, wife of Dell Graham,
Bolivar; Brittian, El Cajon, Calif., and son, mentioned; also 4 grandchildren.
Service at 2 p.m. Thursday in Longwood. Interment, Longwood Cemetery.
The Johnstown, PA "Tribune" issue of 24 Aug 1949, p. 27, col. 7
SINGER --Mrs. Clara M., 74, New Florence, at 6:30 a.m. Aug.
23, 1949, in home. Born Mar. 27, 1875, in Westmoreland County, daughter
of John and Margaret (McDowell) Haire. Survived by one brother, Nelson
Haire, New Florence. Friends received in Wagner Funeral Home, New Florence,
after 1 p.m. Wednesday. Service in funeral home at 2 p.m. Friday; burial,
Laurel Hill Cemetery, New Florence.
The Johnstown, PA "Tribune" issue of 19 July 1943, p. 8, col. 6
NEW FLORENCE--William M. Haire, 86, a retired farmer of Ligonier
Valley, died yesterday morning in Westmoreland Hospital in Greensburg.
He was a native of Somerset County, having been born there on Mar. 29,
1857. Surviving are four children--Mrs. H.A. McMullen, Joseph L. and Quay
Haire, all of New Florence, and Mrs. John A. Rummel, Bolivar R.D. 1.
Friends are being received at the R.S. Wagner Funeral Home here, where
services will be conducted at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Interment
will be in the West Fairfield Cemetery.
The Johnstown, PA "Tribune" issue of 7 April 1943, p. 17, col. 3
BOLIVAR--Mrs. Flora Shetler, 68, died suddenly on Sunday night
at the home of her son, James Shetler of Washington St. Mrs. Shetler suffered
a broken shoulder blade in a fall three months ago and was a patient for
a time in Memorial Hospital in Johnstown. She formerly resided in Robinson,
but had been residing here with her son since the death of her husband,
William Shetler, who was killed in an automobile accident on Apr. 4, 1942.
Surviving are the son mentioned and two grandsons. Another son, Roy, died
on Dec. 19, 1938. Mrs. Shetler had been a member of the Methodist Church
for the past 45 years.
Funeral services will be conducted at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon
in the local Methodist Church by Rev. F.L. Teets. Interment will be in
the Blairsville Cemetery under the direction of R.S. Wagner, New Florence
The Johnstown, PA "Tribune" issue of 8 Nov 1912, p. 1, col. 1
New Florence, Nov. 8.--Frank Slick, aged 20 years, died of pulmonary
trouble at the home of his mother here at 4:30 o'clock this morning. He
was a son of the late William Slick and Mrs. Martha Slick. Besides his
mother, he is survived by four brothers--James, at home; Edward, of Derry;
Harry, of Pitcairn, and Hoover Slick, of Conemaugh, and by three sisters--Miss
Mary Slick, of Chicago; Mrs. Ada Pedan, of New Orleans, and Mrs. D.B. Krigger,
of this place. The funeral will likely take place on Sunday, with burial
in the West Fairfield Cemetery. The Rev. O.T. Stewart, pastor of the local
United Brethren Church, will conduct the services. The deceased was a member
of the U.B. denomination.
The Johnstown, PA "Tribune" issue of 22 Dec 1941, p. 1, col. 2
Albert L. Haire, 72, of Derry Township, near Blairsville, lost
his life Saturday night when he was struck by an automobile on the William
Penn Highway in Blairsville. He was pronounced dead on admission to Latrobe
Hospital. Hospital attaches said the man had suffered a fracture of the
Blairsville police said Haire was struck by a car driven by Nelson
H. Gundy, 18, of near New Alexandria. Gundy told police he was traveling
up grade after crossing the Bairdstown bridge and that the aged man stepped
from the rear of a parked car into the path of his machine.
Police said that Gundy brought his car to a stop within 10 feet after
striking the pedestrian. Gundy was released pending the outcome of an inquest.
Albert L. Haire was born in New Florence on July 24, 1869. He was a son
of James and Clemzy (Caldwell) Haire.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Anna (DeWalt) Haire, Johnstown, and five
children--Mrs. Alice Keifer, Johnstown; Mrs. Irene Shaffer, Windber; Mrs.
Daniel Gagliardo, New York City, N.Y.; William Haire, Johnstown, and Matthew
He was a brother of James Haire, Blairsville; Mrs. William Hammer,
Blairsville; Mrs. Adam Feathers, East Freedom; Mrs. Flora Shetler, Bolivar,
and Mrs. Clark Campbell, Livermore.
There are 21 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be conducted at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
at the home of his son, Matthew Haire, in Derry by Rev. A.W. Sandberg,
pastor of the First Methodist Church, Blairsville. Interment in Laurel
Hill Cemetery, New Florence, will be directed by the Ferguson Funeral Home,
The Johnstown, PA "Tribune-Democrat" issue of 28 December 1960, p.
26, col. 2
HAIRE --Mrs. Cora (Hill), 83, New Florence, died Dec. 27, 1960,
in home of daughter, Mrs. Glenn Berkstresser, New Florence. Born in Bradenville,
Pa., Apr. 18, 1877, daughter of Jacob R. and Susan (Hullenbaugh) Hill.
Survived by daughter, Mrs. Virginia Berkstresser, with whom she resided,
and son, Alvin, Petersburg, W.Va.; also six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Sister of Mrs. Maude McCullough, Tucson, Ariz. Preceded in death by husband,
Griffith L., and infant daughter, Garnet. Life-long member of EUB Church
of New Florence. Friends received in R.S. Wagner Funeral Home, New Florence,
from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday. Service at 2 p.m. Friday
in funeral home, Rev. Robert Hooper. Interment, Forest Lawn Cemetery.
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