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  1. Douglas Campbell Miner: Birth: 17 AUG 1893 in PA. Death: MAR 1966 in Philadelphia, PA


Sources
1. Title:   Temporarily unavailable
2. Title:   Wellsboro Agitator
Page:   Mar 30, 1886, p3
3. Title:   Wellsboro Agitator
Page:   June 26, 1888, p3
4. Title:   Wellsboro Agitator
Page:   June 2, 1897, p2
5. Title:   Tombstone
Page:   2007 reading

Notes
a. Note:   Newsclipp: The Death of Mrs. Miner. This community was startled yesterday by the death of Mrs, Arthur B. Miner. The fatal illness was only of a month's duration and was not generally considered especially dangerous. About a month ago, Mrs. Miner was seized by a severe cold which developed into the grip. An organic heart trouble was aggregated and death ensued on Wednesday. Mrs. Miner was an especially bright and accomplished woman. She was on the threshold of the prime of life being but thirty years of age. Her untimely death has plunged a large circle of friends and relatives into deepest sorrow. She was born Maude Campbell, the daughter of Mr, E. B/ Campbell, and was the wife of A. B. Miner, of the firm Miner & Son. Besides the bereaved husband one son between three and four years survives. The funeral service will be held Friday afternoon at one o'clock from the residence of E. B. Campbell, on West Main street, The sincere sympathy of the entire community goes out to the sorely afflicted families. * * * Funeral of Mrs. Miner The funeral of the late Mrs. A. B. Miner was held from the residence of her father, E. B. Campbell, on Friday last at one o'clock. The services were conducted by the Rev. S. H. Moon, D. D., and the attendance of friends and neighbors was very large. Mrs. Miner was a true Christian [sic] woman and was tireless in church work. assistant superintendent of the Presbyterian Sunday school, corresponding secretary of the Christian Endeavor and of the county C. E. /////union. The committee on resolutions on the death of Mrs. A. B. Miner have prepared the following resolution,which will be confirmed by the Y. P. S. C. E. next Saturday evening: WHEREAS, Our society has providentially sustained a manifest loss by the death of Mrs. A. B. Miner, one of our charter members, be it Resolved, That while we bow in humbling submission to the will of him who knoweth best, we wish to express our sorrows as a society and our appreciation of her personal worth. That we recognize with grateful memory her Christian womanhood and life of earnest committee work, manifesting the fact that true living is following in the footsteps of the Master. That we remember also how constantly her charitable nature found expression in deeds of kindness to all about her, and that she truly lived for others.. That while we as a society mourn the loss of our dear sister, we fee that the memory of her short and useful life should incite us to greater and nobler activity. M. F. CASS, FRANCIS N. HAMMOND, B. H. PARKHURST. * * * Wellsboro Agitator, Wed, June 2, 1897, p2 NELSON, May 31.---... Mrs. Maude Miner was buried in this place last Friday. Mrs. Miner's death has saddened many homes here, as she was loved by all who knew her. The funeral was attended by a great many people from Elmira, Scranton, Watkins, and other places. * * * See http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~capane/ReunionProgram1894.html


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