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PRICE, Frank T.


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    Tribune-Democrat, 11 Apr 1911, Page 10, Contributed by Sharon Trosan

South Fork, April 11--Frank T. Price, a well-known business man of this place, died at his home here at 3:15 o'clock this morning from a complication of diseases. He had been ailing for some time, but was not forced to take his bed until Sunday. The deceased was forty-one years old. He came here twenty years ago and went to work in the mines. Twelve years ago he started up in the bakery and confectionery business on Railroad Street and a few years ago he established a livery on Grant Street. Frank Price and Miss Lydia Wicks were united in marriage here fifteen years ago. One child to this union, a daughter, Alberta, survives. The deceased is also survived by his mother, Mrs. Emma Jane Price, of South Fork, and the following brothers and sisters: John, of Irwin; Edward, William, Mrs. Annie McCahan, Mrs. Emma Shover, Mrs. Sarah Cramer, and Miss Martha Price, all of South Fork. Undertaker George took charge of the remains, and the funeral will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with services at the house in charge of the Rev. Dunlap, pastor of the Trinity Lutheran Church, and interment in the South Fork Cemetery.
Johnstown Tribune; Tues., April 11, 1911 p10

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