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FARABAUGH, Mary R. (Dimond)


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    Cambria Freeman, 5 Jan 1900, Contributed by Lisa Baker

Mary R., wife of Henry Farabaugh, died at the home of Mrs. Anna Farabaugh, in Allegheny township, December 25, 1899, aged 26 years, 10 months and 8 years. The deceased was a daughter of H.J. and Catharine Dimond, of near Wilmore who survived her as also her husband, one child, two brothers and one sister. During the last years of her single life the deceased was a school teacher and taught several terms in the Bishop school in Allegheny township, where by her gentle ways and kind words she became widely known by all in that community. She was married on June 23, 1896 to Henry Farabaugh, to which union two children were born, the youngest dying about two months ago. Her illness originated from a bad cold which led to tuberculor consumption, from which she lingered ten months and during that time she was patient in her sufferings and never haard (sic) to complain. She was a devoted member of the Catholic church and during her illness had all the consolations of her religion. The funeral took place at Carrolltown on the Wednesday following her death and after a Requiem High Mass in St. Benedict's church, her remains were laid to rest in St. Benedict's cemetery.

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