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Transcribed from the Clearfield Evening Progress June 17, 1913 page 1
DEATHS OF A DAY
Daniel Bryan, a direct descendant of
Daniel Boone, died in Flushing, N. Y., in
his bath. apoplexy was ascribed as the
cause. Mr. Bryan was forty years old.
Professor John Whipple King, sixty-
seven years old, a teach and writer for
agricultural papers, is dead at Charles-
town, R. I., from injuries received in an
Mrs. Rebecca Shorter, who was born in
1809 on the hoemstead farm of her grand-
father, Cornelius Jones, in Warwick, N.
Y., is dead there. The Warwick Histroi-
cal society celebrated her one hundreth
David Murray, a lawyer of Bingham-
ton, N. Y., died of apoplexy in New York
city. Mr. Murray was the son of the late
Supreme Justice William Murray. His
wife was the daughter of the late Com-
modore James H. Gillis, U.S.N.
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modore James H Gillis, Flushing NY, Charlestown RI, Warwick NY