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GEORGE, Mary (Paul)
|Johnstown Daily Tribune, 22 Nov 1915, Contributed by Kelly Kendig|
|SOUTH FORK WOMAN DIES THREE WEEKS AFTER SON|
South Fork, Nov. 22. -- Three weeks after the death of her son, Mrs. Mary George, 79 years old, died at 5:50 o'clock yesterday morning at her home here. Her son, E. P. George, was killed in the Juniata yards three weeks ago last Saturday.
Mrs. George was born in what is now known as Pringle Hill, above Summerhill, August 30, 1836, and spent practically all her life in Cambria County. She was married in 1852 to Nicholas S. George, a native of Summerhill, who died 12 years ago.
The deceased is survived by the following children: Mrs. Mary Robaugh, of South Fork; William E. George, of Juniata; Harry J., Charles E., Mrs. E. F. McKinzey, John L., and Homer C., all of South Fork. She was a sister of Philip Paul, of Pittsburg; Mrs. Lydia Pringle, of Wilmore, and Mrs. Christina Brown, of Cresson.
Mrs. George was one of the best known of South Fork's older residents. She had lived here for many years, and was one of the organizers of the United Evangelical Church of this place. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, services to be conducted in the U. B. tabernacle by the Rev. F. E. Hetrick. Interment will be in the South Fork Cemetery.