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NOON, Amanda J. (Thomas)
|Johnstown Tribune, 24 Jun 1916, Contributed by Brian Cartwright|
|MRS. AMANDA J. NOON |
DIES IN SEVENTH WARD
Stricken by Paralysis Last Night and Did Not Regain Consciousness
Mrs. Amanda J. Noon, widow of William W. Noon, died at her home, 421 Oak street, Seventh ward at 3:30 o'clock this morning. Mrs. Noon, who had been in failing health for some time, suffered a stroke of paralysis early last evening and did not recover consciousness. Mrs. Noon was born March 18, 1851, in Richland Township, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Thomas. Soon after her marriage to Mr. Noon they moved to Johnstown. They built the Noon homestead on Oak street 35 years ago and Mrs. Noon has lived there since. Mrs. Noon is survived by two sisters - Mrs. J. E. Mackin of Dale and Mrs. Charles Leffler of California; 12 children - Mrs. Isaiah Smith of Bedford County, Mrs. E. Varner, Ira E., and Ben E., of the Seventh ward, Mrs. E. Wallace Rager of Morrellville, Mrs. E. A. Stevenson of the Eighth Ward, Mrs. C. E. Way of the First ward, William R., Thomas Earl and Arthur M., of the Seventh Ward and Mrs. J. Campbell Murphy of the Seventh Ward. Forty-five grandchildren and one great-grandchild also survive. Mrs. Noon was a lifelong member of the United Brethren church and has been affiliated with the First. U.B. congregation since coming to Johnstown. Funeral services, which will be held Monday afternoon, will be conducted by the Rev. S. L. Postlethwait, pastor of her church. Interment will be in Grandview Cemetery.