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KAYLOR, H. G.


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    Cambria Freeman, 3 May 1912, Contributed by Patty Millich

H. G. Kaylor Dead

Harold G. Kaylor, one of those interested in starting the Johnstown JOURNAL nine years ago, died Wednesday at the Hotel Latham in New York. He was 44 years old and succumbed to a renal ailment with complications. Warning of his end approaching brought to his beside Mrs. Kaylor and a number of other relatives. The remains were taken to Johnstown for interment. Mr. Kaylor is survived by his widow, five children, two brothers and a sister, Miss Rose Kaylor. The deceased had been in business in Johnstown since 1892, at the time controlling the newspaper distribution agencies there. A year ago he made an ocean voyage under health conditions which would have stopped many men stronger than he was and for 12 months, in the view of physicians and friends, he had lived purely on his "gameness." Louis E. aylor of Ebensburg and R. J. Kaylor of Altoona are brothers of the deceased.

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