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|Johnstown Tribune, 28 Nov 1914, Page 15, Contributed by Kelly Kendig|
|Man's Bother and His Wife's Father Expire|
Third Relative of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. of Fronheiser Street, is Ill at Cresson Sanatorium
Since Thursday night, two deaths have occurred in the family of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Stutzman, of Fronheiser street, and a third relative is in a critical condition. George Stutzman, of Salix, a brother of J. S. Stutzman, died Thursday night about 11 o'clock at his home. George Grambling, father of Mrs. J. S. Stutzman, was found dead in bed this morning at the home of a daughter near South Fork. Mrs. Milton Harbaugh, sister of J. S. Stutzman, is seriously ill at the Cresson Sanatorium.
George Grambling lived with a daughter, Mrs. John Gillman, along the Frankstown road, about two miles from South Fork. He had been ailing for several weeks, but was able to be up and around. Only a few weeks ago, he visited all of his children, including relatives in Johnstown. When he did not come downstairs this morning at his usual hour, Mr. Gillman went to his room, finding him cold in death.
George Grambling had been a resident of Johnstown for ten or 15 years and moved to the Gillman home about three years ago. His occupation was that of a miller, but he had lived a retired life for the past several years. Mr. Grambling was 82 years of age. When the Civil War broke out, he was drafted but did not go.
Mr. Grambling's wife died about eight years ago. Mr. Grambling was the last of his family. He is survived by the following children: Mrs. John Gillman, with whom he lived; Mrs. Cyrus Wissinger, of Salix; Daniel and Solomon Grambling, of Dale Borough; William, of Windber, and Mrs. J. S. Stutzman, of Fronheiser street.
Mr. Grambling was a member of the United Brethren Church. Arrangements for his funeral have not been completed.
Geoerge Stutzman was 34 years old and died about 11 o'clock Thursday night after having been bedfast for the past 11 weeks with pulmonary trouble. Besides his widow, he is survived by two children, and the following brothers and sister: J. S. Stutzman, of Fronheiser street; L. J. Stutzman, Mrs. George W. Grumbling, and Mrs. F. J. Livingston, all of Salix; Mrs. W. W. Rhoades and Mrs. O. J. Rhoades, both of Dunlo, and Mrs. Milton J. Harbaugh, of Lovette. Mr. Stutzman was a painter and paperhanger, but had not worked for the past few years.
Funeral services will be conducted at the Salix U. E. Church at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon and interment will be in a new cemetery near there.