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GORE, Anna M.
|Johnstown Tribune, 6 Jul 1878, Page Last, Contributed by Lynne Canterbury|
|GORE -- In Upper Yoder Township, suddenly, at 11 o'clock, Friday night, July 5, 1878, Mrs. Anna M. Gore, wife of Mr. John Gore, aged 60 years.|
Funeral will take place from her late residence on to-morrow (Sunday) at 2 o'clock P.M., to proceed to Sandyvale Cemetery.
(Separate obituary; same newspaper)
STILL ANOTHER SUDDEN DEATH.
The many friends and acquaintances of Mrs. John Gore, Sr., of Upper Yoder, were shocked to day at the news which spread so rapidly concerning the sudden taking off of that lady, who retired to rest at her usual hour last evening in apparent good health, and who died quite unexpectedly at 11 o'clock in the night. At intervals for some time past, she complained of an affection which was believe to be rheumatism of the heart, but on such occasions the ailment yielded to proper remedies, and she did not suffer much inconvenience from he brief pain. We understand she did not feel the least bit ill yesterday, and the fatal attack came on so suddenly that nothing could be done for her. Deceased was marred in Logonier, and came on to this place with husband about forty years ago. She was a daughter of Archie McClelland, deceased; who was well known to our oldest citizens. the couple lived happily together for over two score years, and saw growing up around them a large family. To the bereaved husband and children the sympathy of the community will be extended in the terrible affliction.