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GORE, James Gilbert
|Johnstown Tribune, 25 Jun 1914, Page 16, Contributed by Lynne Canterbury|
|JAMES GILBERT GORE|
SUCCUMBS TO DROPSY
Old-Time Employee of the Cambria Iron
Company Passes Away After Long Illness
Dropsy, from which he had been a sufferer for a long time, caused the death of James Gilbert Gore, an old-time resident of Johnstown, at the Gore home, 737 Yoder street, Sixth Ward, at 12:30 o'clock this morning, aged65 years. The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon from the Gore home, the services to bew conducted by the deceased's pastor, the Rev. Norman C. Milliron, of the Willow-street United Evangelical Church, with burial in Grandview Cemetery.
The deceased was a son of John and Anna Margaret McLelin Gore, and was born at Duncansville, Blair County, January 9, 1850. He and Miss Amelia Peacock were united in marriage in Pittsburg in July, 1872, by the Rev. Latshaw McGuire, at one time pastor of the Franklin-street Methodist Episcopal Church, this city. Three children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Gore, but they died in infancy. The parents of James Gore located in this city when he was a mere child and died here a long time ago. Besides his widow, James Gore is survived by these brothers and sisters: Mrs. E. A. Earhart, of Lexington, O.; Mrs. Ferd Mapledoram, of Mansfield, O.; Albert Gore, of Moxham; William, of Morrellville; George, of Dale Borough, and Winfield S. Gore, of Canada. John A. Gore and Archie Gore, brothers of James Gore, served through the Civil War in Johnstown Companies. They have been dead for some years, together with a sister, Mrs. Katharine Gore Bracken.
James Gore worked for many years for the Cambria Iror Company. His father was a foreman of one of departments for many years.