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Allegany County, MD Obituaries
Except where noted, these were transcribed and contributed to Genealogy Trails by Shawn McGreevy


CADDEN, Patrick
"The Cumberland Times" Cumberland, Maryland, 05 Jan 1901
"Patrick Cadden died this morning at his residence in Barton, aged 81 years. He was born in Ireland on Mar 14, 1839, came to the US in 1853, and located at Barton, living there ever since. He leaves an aging widow and grown children: Mrs. Charles Robinson of McKeesport; Mrs. Michael Foley of Midland; Mrs. Edward R. Grant of Midland; Jno F. Cadden and Stephen Cadden of Midland. One son, James, died 6 years ago. Funeral from St. Gabriel's in Barton and interment in the Catholic Cemetery."

CAGE, John M.
"Cumberland News" Cumberland, Maryland, Fri 16 Sep 1966
"John M. Cage, of 38 Virginia Avenue, died yesterday at Sacred Heart Hospital, he had been in failing health the past several years. Born in Martinsburg, W. Va., he was a son of the late Charles E. and Leah F. (Staubs) Cage. A retired B&O machinist, he was a member of the Brotherhood Of Railroad Machinists Local 212. Surviving are his wife, Ella (Oglebay) Dalbaugh Cage; five sons, Albert R. Cage, Hialeah, Fla.; Jack D. Cage, Marshall, Texas; John F. (Freddy) Cage, San Diego. Calif.; Paul Cage, Cresaptown; Robert W, Cage city; a stepson, Charles M. Dalbaugh, Delphos, Ohio; two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Ayersman. Baltimore, and Mrs. Helen N. Caton, Daytona B each, Fla.; a brother, Roy T. Cage, Baltimore; a sister, Mrs. Vernie Coffelt. Los Angeles, Calif.; 18 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren. The body is at the Scarpelli Funeral Home where friends will he received from 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p.m."

CAIN, Mary
"Piedmont Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Thu 20 Oct 1932
"Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Carey, aged 73 years, who died suddenly Wednesday morning last at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Welsh, Westernport, were held Saturday morning at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Lonaconing. Rev. Patrick Bradley officiated and burial was in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Thomas Walsh, John Dugan, P.H. Fahey, O. P. McGreevy, F. W. McKine and Joseph Gleason. The following persons from out of town attended the services: Mrs. H. E. Kraft, Annapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Hawkshaw, Thomas, W. Va,; Mr. and Mrs. James Hawkshaw, Jerome, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. M.F. O'Brien, Mrs. ? Foley, Mrs. John Burkenbaugh, Mrs. Walter Clay, Mrs. Ella Speicher and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hines, Cumberland; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Doolan, W. J. Mooney, Lonaconing; and Mrs. Mary Powers, Frostburg. Besides her daughter, Mrs. Welsh, Mrs. Carey leaves the following children: Richard Carey, Piedmont; John Carey, Sacramento, California; Mrs. H. E. Kraft, Annapolis; and Mrs. Harold Hadley, Arnold, Pa. A son, Peter Carey, died last April at Hamilton, Ohio. Her husband was the late James Carey. One sister, Mrs. S. E. Hawkshaw, Thomas, and three brothers, John and Patrick Cain, Denver, and Thomas Cain, Sacramento, Calif., also survive.

CANNING, John M.
"Cumberland Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, 5 Jul 1963
"FROSTBURG-John M. (Shotgun) Canning, 72, died this morning at his residence at 114 Walnut Street after an illness of about a year. Born in Midlothian, he was the son of the late John and Katherine (Prentiss) Canning and was a retired Kelly-Springfield employe. He is survived by his wife Agnes Nolan Canning; three daughters, Catherine, at home; Mrs. Joseph Byrne, Cumberland; Mrs. John V. Grabenstein, Grahamtown; one son, Daniel, Chicago; three sisters, Mrs. Katherine Calery and Mrs. Leroy Harvey both of Baltimore; Mrs. Margaret Duncan, Midlothian; five brothers, Stephan, Flint Mich.; Joseph, Thomas, William, George, all Baltimore. He was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church and the Holy Name Society. The body is at the Durst Funeral Home where friends will be received tomorrow and Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m."

CANTY, Margaret N.
"The Cumberland Times" Cumberland, Maryland, 2 Apr 1957
"Miss Margaret N. Canty, 67, formerly of Midland, died this morning at her home in Washington. Survivors include two brothers, William Canty, Midland, and Owen Canty, Washington, and a number of nieces and nephews, including Mrs. Isaac Stakem and Mrs. James Fair, both of Midland."

CANTY, Michael J.
"The Cumberland News" Cumberland, Maryland, Fri 5 Sep 1970
"MIDLAND-Michael J. Canty, 68, of Dayton, Ohio, died there Wednesday. Born in Midland, he was a son of the late William and Elizabeth (Cavanaugh) Canty. His wife, Catherine (Feldman) Canty, preceded him in death. He is survived by two sons, Michael Canty and Bernard Canty, and two daughters, Mrs. Virginia Wertz and Mrs. Frances Zugelder, Akron; and three sisters, Mrs. William Woods, Alexandria, Va., and Mrs. Isaac Stakem and Mrs. James Fair, Midland. Services and interment will be held Saturday in Dayton."

CANTY, William J.
"The Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, 27 Apr 1959
"MIDLAND-William J. Canty, 83, retired miner, died Saturday night in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. He was a native of Westernport, a son of the late Michael and Catherine (McPartland) Canty. His wife, Mrs. Elizabeth (Cavanaugh) Canty, preceded him in death. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Isaac Stakem, of here, with whom he made his home; Mrs. James Fair, also of Midland, and Mrs. William Woods Alexandria, Va.; one son, Michael Canty, Washington, a brother, Owen Canty, Washington, 14 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. He was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church and the Holy Name Society. The body is at the Eichhorn Funeral Home, Lonaconing, where the Rosary will be recited today at 8 p.m. A funeral service will be conducted tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. in St. Joseph's Church. Rev. John Sleeman, pastor, will officiate and burial will be in Belvedere Cemetery here. Pallbearers will be Gorman Robertson, Frank Stakem, Thomas Stakem, Hugh Coleman, Paul Cordial and John Hallern."

CAREY, Francis J.
"Piedmont Herald"
Requiem high mass for Francis J. Carey, 64, of 206 West Fairview street, Piedmont, who died unexpectedly Monday night at his home, was celebrated this morning at St. Peter's Catholic church, Westernport. The Rev. Michael Kenneth Carney, pastor of St. Peter's church, Oakland, and a cousin of Mr. Carey, was celebrant of the mass. Interment took place in the parish cemetery. A native of Piedmont, Mr. Carey was a son of the late James F. and Margaret (Carney) Carey. He was employed as a machinist by the Baltimore and Ohio railroad and was a member of the International Machinists. Mr. Carey held membership in St. Peter's church, the Holy Name Society of the parish and Piedmont Council 865, Knights of Columbus. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Madeline (Cuddy) Carey; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Frances Beam, of Atwater, Calif., and Mrs. Evelyn Schrenker, of Jacksonville, Fla., and six grandchildren. Serving as pallbearers were Charles J. Laughlin, Patrick J. Healy, James T. Small, John B. Determan, Charles Jackson, Edward F. Laughlin and William P. Kelly, all of the Tri-Towns, and Charles H. Kelly, of Cumberland. All are members of Piedmont Council 685, Knights of Columbus."

CAREY, James F.
"Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Wed 19 Apr 1933
"Piedmont, W. Va., April 19-James F. Carey, aged 65, West Fairview street, Piedmont, husband of the late Margaret Carey, was found dead in bed yesterday morning at the home of his son, Joseph K. Carey, Hagerstown, Md., whom he was visiting. Mr. Carey had been an engineer on the third division of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad for 48 years and was retired about three years ago. He had been in ill health for several months and had just returned to his son's home from the Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md., where he had been a patient for six weeks. His death is believed due to heart trouble. Although he had been in ill health for some time his family were shocked to learn of his death yesterday afternoon as it was believed he was recovering from his recent illness. He was a member of the B.P.O. Elks of Grafton, W. Va., Piedmont Council, Knights of Columbus, and Holy Name Society of St. Peter's Catholic Church, Westernport. He is survived by two other sons, Francis J. Carey and Emmett Carey, both of Piedmont, one daughter, Mrs. Carl Schrenker, Takoma Park, Md., one brother, John J. Carey, Hagerstown, Md., and two sisters, Mrs. Martin F. O'Brien and Mrs. Calvin Basher, Cumberland. His body was removed to his home on West Fairview street, Piedmont, this morning."

CAREY, Madeline CUDDY
"Piedmont Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia
Requiem high mass for Mrs. Madeleine Carey, 60, of 206 West Fairview street, Piedmont, who died Tuesday in Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser, will be celebrated tomorrow, Friday, at 9:30 a.m. in St. Peter's Catholic church, Westernport. The Rev. Francis T. Gollery, assistant pastor, will be celebrant of the mass. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Serving as pallbearers will be George Harr, Robert Bateson, John E. Determan, Charles J. Laughlin, Patrick J. Healy, Charles H. Kelly, Martin Cosgrove, and Carleton Robertson. A daughter of the late Michael and Madeleine (Landers) Cuddy, Mrs. Carey was born in Baltimore and was the wife of the late Francis J. Carey who died last November. Mrs. Carey was a member of St. Peter's Catholic church and the Catholic Daughters of America. In ill health for some time, she had been a patient in the hospital for two weeks. Mrs. Carey is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Mary Frances Beam, of Piedmont, and Mrs. Winifred Robertson, of Lonaconing; a brother, Bernard Cuddy, of Baltimore; two sisters, Mrs. Helen Mannion and Mrs. Margaret Fischer, both of Baltimore and six grandchildren."

CAREY, Mary CAIN
"Piedmont Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Thu 13 Oct 1932
"Mrs. Mary Carey, aged 73 years, was found dead in bed yesterday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Welsh, Westernport. She had high blood pressure for several years and it is presumed she suffered a stroke of paralysis during the night. Apparently, however, she was in good health when she retired. Besides her daughter, Mrs. Welsh, she leaves the following children: Richard Carey, Piedmont; John Carey, Sacramento, California; Mrs. H. E. Kraft, Baltimore; and Mrs. Harold Hadley, Arnold, Pa. A son, Peter Carey, died last April at Hamilton, Ohio. Her husband was the late James Carey. The funeral service will be held tomorrow, Friday morning at St. Peter's Catholic Church, Westernport. Interment will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Lonaconing."

CAREY, Michael Emmett
"The Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Thu 1 Jun 1939
"Funeral services for Michael Emmett Carey, 28, of 206 West Fairview street, Piedmont, who died yesterday morning at 1
40 o'clock at Potomac Valley hospital, Keyser, will be held at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning at St. Peter's Catholic church, Westernport. Rev. Kenneth Carney, of Baltimore, will officiate. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Mr. Carey is a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Carey. Surviving are two brothers, Francis and Joseph Carey, and a sister, Mrs. C. J. Schrenker."

CAREY, Michael Emmett
"The Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Thu 8 Jun 1939
"Funeral services for Michael Emmett Carey, 28, who died last Wednesday at Potomac Valley hospital, Keyser, were held Friday morning at St. Peter's Catholic church. His cousin, Rev. Kenneth Carney, of St. John's church, of Baltimore, said the Mass. Rev. Joseph H. Lansing, assistant pastor, delivered the sermon. Rev. Antonio Scarpati, pastor, and Rev. Victor Dowgiallo, assistant pastor, were in the sanctuary. Burial was in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were James Small, Thomas Whelan, Jr., Joseph Joseph, Michael Hoban, Robert Cosgrove, Albert Sargus, Edmond Noon and Thomas Haran. Flowerbearers Carl Bosley, Richard Strong, Donald Ferrell, Robert Moorehead, Charles Laughlin, Jr., Domenick Rocco and Edward Mullan. Two brothers, Francis and Joseph Carey, and a sister, Mrs. C.J. Schrenker, all of Piedmont, survive."

CAREY, Patrick A.
"The Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Fri 2 Sep 1910
"Mr. P. A. Carey, aged 34 years, a fireman on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, died at the Miners Hospital, Fairmont, Sunday morning, Aug. 28, 1910, from injuries received the night before while at his duties at Newburg. The direct cause of death was internal injuries and a compound fracture of the left leg. The injuries were caused when Carey stepped in front of a train near Newburg. While at his work Saturday evening Carey was sent back from the helping engine in which he was fireman to flag another engine. He stepped in front of a rapidly moving train which was coming in the opposite direction and was fatally injured. The young man was picked up and placed on board the evening train for Fairmont. The train was several hours late Saturday night when he reached the hospital. All that was possible was done for the young man at that institution and his family was notified of the accident. Mr. Carey was a single man well known here, having lived in Piedmont nearly all his life, and leaves two brothers and three sisters, Messrs. James F. Carey, an engineer of this place, and John J. Carey, assistant foreman of the B & O shops, Cumberland; Mrs. Martin O'Brien, of Piedmont; Miss Margaret Carey, of Cumberland, and Miss Winifred, a nurse in a hospital in Clarksburg. The remains were brought to the home of his sister, Mrs. O'Brien, Monday night by his two brothers and the funeral services were held in St. Peter's Catholic church Tuesday morning, Rev. Thos. E. Gallagher officiating, and was largely attended."

CAREY, Patrick
"Piedmont Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Fri 8 Jan 1915
"Death's Doings-Mr. Patrick Carey, of Luke, died Wednesday, Jan 6, 1915, at the Hoffman Hospital, Keyser, where he was taken about one week ago. His condition was such that an operation could not be performed. Mr. Carey was 69 years of age. His wife and six children survive him
J. F. Carey, superintendent of engines on the third division of the B & O. Joseph Carey, of Piedmont; John Carey, master mechanic of the Southern Pacific R.R. at Marshall, Texas; Misses Margaret and Winnie Carey, of Marshall, Texas, and Mrs. M.F. O'Brien, of Roanoke, Va. The funeral will be held from St. Peter's Catholic church tomorrow, Saturday morning, at nine o'clock."

CAREY, Richard A.
"The Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Thu 7 Apr 1955
"Requiem mass for Richard A. Carey, 63, of 72 W. Hampshire street, Piedmont, who died Monday morning in Memorial hospital, Cumberland, was celebrated Monday morning in St. Peter's Catholic church by the Rev. George Pugh, assistant pastor. The Rev. Charles Quinn, assistant pastor, was in the sanctuary. Interment was in the parish cemetery. Pallbearers were Burton Smith, John Kelly, Overton Walker, Wilbur Myers, Thomas McGuire, Dr. Lawrence Fanti, John Determan and Bud Warnick. A native of Lonaconing, Mr. Carey was the son of the late James A. and Mary Cain Carey. He had resided in the Tri-Towns most of his life. Mr. Carey was admitted to Memorial hospital Saturday evening after becoming ill while at work at the State Liquor commission store on W. Fairview street. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Stella Fanto Carey; a brother, John Carey, Bishop, California; and a sister, Mrs. Lloyd Welsh, Westernport..."

CAREY, Sarah (nee Medlar) LaRUE
"The Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, 14 Jan 1930
"Mrs. Sarah Carey died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert L. Evans in Harpers Ferry Friday evening after a period of ill health that extended over two years. She was born near Harpers Ferry 83 years ago, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Medley (sic should be Medlar). She was married twice, her first marriage being to Moses LaRue, of Harpers Ferry. After his death, she married S. E. Carey of Frostburg, Md., and lived for a number of years in other cities until his death when she returned to Harpers Ferry to make her home with her daughter. She is survived by six sons, Columbus M. of Harpers Ferry; N. Bonaparte of Buffalo, N.Y.; Robert of Akron, O.; and James, Thomas and Warren, of Luke, Md.; three daughters, Mrs. Ella Carey, of Frostburg; Mrs. R. L. Evans of Harpers Ferry and Mrs. Hallie Pope of Washington, one brother Frank Medley (sic should be Medlar), and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren. Funeral services were held from St. Peter's Catholic Church, Monday morning with Rev. John A. Curran officiating and interment took place in Harper Cemetery."

CAREY, Thomas
"Piedmont Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Fri 10 May 1905
"Death's Doings-Mr. Thomas Carey, formerly of Franklin, but who left here about seven years ago for Jersey City, N.J., to assist his son, who is an undertaker there, died at that place Sunday last, March 5, 1905, of old age, aged 75 years. He leaves seven children one of whom is Mrs. Wm. Collins, of Franklin. The remains were brought here Monday night and the funeral service held in St. Peter's Catholic church, Tuesday morning, Rev. Thomas E. Gallagher officiating, and was very largely attended, the deceased having a host of relatives and friends in this community where he was highly respected. The interment was in the Catholic cemetery, Undertaker D.F. Hoban having charge of the arrangements."

CAREY, Winifred E.
"The Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Fri 1 Nov 1918
The remains of Miss Winifred Carey, professional nurse at St. Mary's Hospital, Clarksburg, were brought here Monday, Oct. 14, and taken directly to St. Peter's cemetery for burial. She was 28 years of age and a former resident of this community. She is survived by three brothers, J.J. Carey, of Dallas, Texas, James J. and Joseph A. Carey, of this place, two sisters, Mrs. M. F. O'Brien, of Cumberland, and Miss Margaret Carey, of Dallas, Texas."

CARNEY, Henry
"The Herald" (Piedmont, W.Va.), Friday 26 January 1889
"The sad intelligence reached here this week that Henry Carney had died in the far west and his young wife was not expected to live. Mr. Carney was a native of Franklin, moved to Barton shortly after he was married and from there to Oregon. He was a popular young man and his untimely death is much regretted - STAR." UNKNOWN

CASEY, Addis E.
"Frostburg - Addis E. Casey, 53, of Lutherville died this morning in Union… admitted yesterday. Born in Barton he was a son of the late John L. and Mary (Gallagher) Casey. He was a member of St. Michael´s Catholic Church here, the Holy Name Society of the parish. Surviving are his widow Mrs. Mary (Hale) Casey; a son, John A. Casey; two sisters, Mrs. Rita C. Clark, Frostburg, and Mrs. Edwin Winters, Midland. The body will be returned here and taken to Durst Funeral Home where p.m. and Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m."

CASEY, Edward Leo
"Cumberland Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, 30 Dec 1940
"Edward L. Casey, 48, of 220 Union Street, dyer for the Celanese Corporation of America, died yesterday. The body was taken to Thomas, W.Va. for burial. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Mary Casey, Thomas, W.Va; two children, Miss Helen and James Leo Casey; two brothers, James Casey, Somerset, Pa., and John E. Casey, near Pittsburgh, Pa., and two sisters, Mrs. Anna Niland, Webster Springs, W.Va., and Mrs. William McLean, Cumberland. He was a member of Cumberland Aerie, No. 245, Fraternal Order of Eagles."

CASEY, James L.
"Cumberland Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland 19 Apr 1943
"James L. Casey, 25, Baltimore, died in a Baltimore hospital last night. A former Cumberland resident, he was a native of Thomas, W. Va. and a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Casey. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Emilie Casey, Baltimore and a sister, Mrs. Nat Stetson, Denver, Col., formerly of Cumberland. The body will be taken to Thomas for burial Wednesday."

CASEY, John Emmett
"Cumberland Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, 4 May 1965
"John E. Casey, 65, of Jeanette, Pa., died there yesterday. A native of Thomas W. Va., he was a son of the late Patrick and Mary Casey. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Evelyn Casey, a son, Samuel Casey, Greensburg, Pa; two sisters, Mrs. William H. McLean, Cumberland, and Mrs. Stanley Niland, Elkins. The body is at the Burke Funeral Home in Jeanette. Services and burial will be held there tomorrow."

CASEY, Marian nee GASTIGER
"Somerset Bulletin" Somerset, Pennsylvania 27 Jun 1974
"Mrs. Marian G. Casey, 75, of North Center Avenue Somerset, died July 25, 1974 in the Siemon Nursing Home. She was born Nov. 12, 1898 in Johnstown, a daughter of the late John B. and Sadie Bell Sipe Gastiger. Preceded in death by her husband, James A. Casey Sr., and by a brother, Dr. Ernest Gastiger. Survived by two children, Mrs. Eileen Francis of Greensboro, N.C., a son James A. Jr. of Pittsburgh and two grandchildren. She was a member of St. Paul's United Church of Christ, Trinity Chapter O.E.S. and the VFW and American Legion Auxiliaries. She was a former teacher at Somerset High School and was retired from the Pennsylvania Department of Welfare when she had served as the county supervisor. In 1962, she was voted Woman of the Year by the B.P.W. Friends will be received after 4 p.m. Saturday in the Richard E. Hauger Funeral Home where services will be conducted 2 p.m. Sunday with the Rev. Richard Shellenberger officiating. Interment in Husband Cemetery. Family requests that contributions be made to favorite charity."

CASEY, James
"Piedmont Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia 2 Sep 1899
"Mr. James Casey, aged 69 years, died Sept 17, 1899 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. R. L. Love, West Grafton. Mr. Casey had been sick for 5 or 6 weeks with stomach trouble which caused his death. He was born in Ireland but for many years resided at Bloomington, Md. He leaves three sons and two daughters to mourn their loss: Patrick of Frostburg, John J. of Piedmont, Edward of Midland, Mrs. Elizabeth Melvin of Midland, and Mrs. Mary K. Love of West Grafton. The remains were brought here Tuesday and interred in the Catholic Cemetery."

CAVANAUGH, James R.
"Evening Standard" Uniontown, Pennsylvania, Fri 2 Jan 1970
"CAVANAUGH, JAMES R., age 78 years, husband of Elizabeth Garber Cavanaugh of 198 Buffington, New Salem, died suddenly in the Brownsville General Hospital, Tuesday morning, December 30, 1969. He was born in Midland, Md., September 20, 1891, the son of the late James and Mary Atkinson Cavanaugh. He had resided in New Salem Area for the past forty five years where he was well known. He was a retired U S Steel employe and a member of St. Procopius R C Church, Holy Name Society and the UMWA Palmer Local 6548. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Catherine Keating of New Salem and Mrs. Julia Potter of Uniontown, also several nieces and nephews. The family received friends in the Dearth Funeral Home, New Salem after 7 Wednesday and on Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and on Friday until 9:30 a.m. where a prayer service was held followed by Requiem High Mass at 10 o'clock in St. Procopius R.C. Church, with Rev. Fr. John H. Burke as celebrant. Interment in the Church Cemetery. Parish Rosary was recited Thursday at 8 p.m."

CAVANAUGH, John
"The Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, 18 Jan 1908
"John Cavanaugh the oldest son of James Cavanaugh died very suddenly this morning at his home on O'Mara Avenue. Deceased was about 24 years old and was a member of Division No. 5. A. O. H. He is survived by his father and the following sisters and brothers: Mrs. William Canty, Mrs. B. Woods, Mrs. James Keating, Misses Alice, Sarah, Julia, Esther, Anna and Mr. James Cavanaugh all of Midland. Funeral arrangements have not been completed."

CAVANAUGH, John
"The Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, 21 Jan 1908
"The funeral of the late John Cavanaugh whose death was noted in the Times, took place yesterday from the residence of his father Mr. James Cavanaugh. The remains were taken to St. Joseph Catholic Church, where Rev. F. P. Mackall celebrated a mass of requiem for the repose of the soul of the deceased. Interment was made in St. Michael's Cemetery at Frostburg. Division No 5, Ancient Order of Hibernians of Midland, of which he was a prominent member, attended the funeral in a body. The floral contributions were very beautiful. The pallbearers were Edward Cummings, Michael McGeady, Patrick McGuire, Joseph McKenna, Edward Monahan. Flower bearers Patrick J. Cunningham, James Mohan, James McCabe, John McGreevy. Mr. Samuel Jackson of Frostburg and Mr. Ed Brennan of Lonaconing attended the funeral."

CAVANAUGH, John P.
"Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Wed 14 Jun 1911
"Funeral Of Justice Cavanaugh -
The funeral of John P. Cavanaugh, who died in Midland last Sunday evening, took place this morning from St. Joseph's Church where a high mass of requiem was sung. Interment was made in the Catholic cemetery in Frostburg. John P. Cavanaugh was a native of Wicklow, Ireland and was aged 67. He was a justice of the peace in Midland ten years. His wife and one brother, Patrick Cavanaugh, of Ocean, and one sister, Mrs. James Stakem, of Midland, survive him."

CAVANAUGH, Phillip Patrick
"Baltimore Sun" Baltimore, Maryland
"Cavanaugh-Suddenly on July 15, 1952, Phillip Patrick, of 529 Willow avenue, beloved husband of Carrie L. Cavanaugh (nee Druery) and beloved father of Mrs. Winifred Stillmock. Funeral from the John A. Moran Funeral Home, Greemnount avenue and Forty-second street (entrance on Forty-second street), on Saturday, July 19, at 8:30 a.m. Requiem High Mass at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament at 9 a.m. Interment in Meadow Ridge Memorial Cemetery."
[NOTE: he was born in Lonaconing, Allegany, Maryland 7 Mar 1895, son of Phillip and Catherine Cavanaugh.]

CAVANAUGH, Thomas A.
"Baltimore Sun" Baltimore, Maryland Sep 1928
"Cavanaugh-On August 30, 1938, Thomas A. of 3508 Keene Avenue, Hamilton, beloved husband of Jeanette M. Cavanaugh (nee Ward). Funeral from the home of his sister, Mrs. Christopher Devlin, 119 North Fulton avenue, on Friday at 8:30 a.m. Requiem High Mass at St. Martin's church at 9 o'clock. Interment in Cathedral Cemetery."
[Note: he was born in Lonaconing, Allegany, Maryland 6 Apr 1893, the son of Philip and Catherine Cavanaugh.]

CAVEY, Henry
"The Piedmont Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia,
Death's Doings-Henry, the 14-year-old son of Mr. Wm. Cavey, of Franklin, died Saturday afternoon from blood poison, cause by the explosion of a blank cartridge in a toy pistol cutting the flesh off the hand. The funeral was held on Monday morning. Interment being in St. Peter's Cemetery." UNKNOWN

CLEAVER, George C.
"The Piedmont Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Thur 22 Apr 1954
"Requiem Mass for George C. Cleaver, former resident, who died Friday at the home of his son, George "Jerry" Cleaver, Baltimore, was celebrated Tuesday morning in St. Peter's Catholic Church by Rev. George Pugh, assistant pastor. Monsignor A. Scarpati, pastor, was in the sanctuary. Burial was in the parish cemetery. Pallbearers were John Watson, Joseph Moran, Paul Laffey, Joseph Mulledy, John Determan and James Rafter. A native of Ohio, Mr. Cleaver came to the tri-towns area around 1918 and was employed for over fifteen years by the Piedmont Grocery company as a salesman. He was a former commissioner of Westernport. For about nine years, Mr. Cleaver had been a salesman for the C. D. Kenny company, Cumberland, and recently had been working in the Winchester, VA area. Becoming ill about three weeks ago, he was taken to St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, and later to the home of his son. His wife, Mrs. Bess Gilmore Cleaver, died 19 Oct 1950. Besides his son, he is survived by a brother, James Cleaver, Wilmington, Ohio, and one grandson, Gregory Cleaver. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cleaver and son, Gregory, of Baltimore, accompanied the body here and James Cleaver, of Wilmington, OH, also attended the funeral."

CLEAVER, Elizabeth GILMORE
"The Piedmont Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Thur 26 Oct 1950
"Requiem High Mass for Mrs. Elizabeth Cleaver, wife of George C. Cleaver, Moorefield, WV, formerly of here, who died Thursday in Allegany Hospital, Cumberland, was celebrated Tuesday in St. Peter's Catholic Church, Westernport, by the Rev. Charles Quinn, assistant pastor. Rev. Msgr. A. Scarpati, pastor, and Rev. George Pugh, assistant pastor of St. Peter's, and Rev. Kilgannon, Richmond, VA were in the sanctuary. Interment was in St. Peter's cemetery. A native of Piedmont, Mrs. Cleaver was the daughter of the late John and Mary Gilmore, and had moved to Moorefield in June, 1949. She was a member of St. Peter's Catholic church, the Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary of the parish and the Catholic daughters of America. Mrs. Cleaver was stricken suddenly Thursday morning at her home in Moorefield. Apparently she had been in good health on Wednesday, when she attended the funeral of a cousin, John Gilmore, in Cumberland. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son, Jerry Cleaver, Baltimore; and a sister, Mrs. W. H. Greenway, Pittsburgh. Pallbearers were John Watson, Carr Getty, John Determan, James Laffey, Thomas Moran and James Kenny."

COLLINS, Alleda WARNICK
"The Piedmont Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia Tue 2 Nov 1993
" Mass of the Christian Burial was celebrated Saturday in St. Peter's Catholic Church, for Alleda J. Collins, 71, of 249 Main Street, Westernport, who died October 26 at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Father Martin Fields officiated and burial was in the parish cemetery. Born 23 May 1922 in Westernport, she was the daughter of the late William J. and Clara B. Mansberry Warnick. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Thomas Collins in 1969. Mrs. Collins was a member of Victory Unit 155, American Legion Auxiliary, Westernport; St. Peter's Catholic Church and the Petunia, Council 10, Order of the Redmen, Westernport. She is survived by a daughter, Mary Ann Mueseler and husband, John, Hyattsville, MD; one grandson, Michael Hueseler and a nephew, Bill Neff and wife Cindy, Westernport."

COLLINS, Anna Playgie MORGAN
"Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Fri 10 Feb 1943
"Tri-Towns, Md.. Feb. 10-Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Playgie Collins, aged 53, wife of Thomas Collins, who died at her home on Church street, Westernport, Monday, were held from St. Peter's Catholic Church, Westernport Wednesday morning with requiem high mass, with Rev. A. Scarpati pastor officiating. Rev. Russell Phelan and Rev. J. E. Gedre, assistant pastors, were in the sanctuary. Interment was in SS. Peter and Paul cemetery, Cumberland. The pallbearers were William Collins, Elmer Dick, Thomas Collins, John Naughton, Dennis Collins and James Collins. Among those who attended the funeral were John Morgan, Philadelphia, Pa., Mrs. George Dieling, Grantsville, Mrs. Andrew Alcorn, Charles Alcorn, Mrs. Frank McGuire and Mrs. May McGuire, Pittsburgh, Mrs. Charles Sullivan, Akron, Ohio, Raymond Elliott of Shepherdstown; Mrs. Daniel Collins, Mt. Savage; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Miss Anna Brady, Timothy Winters, Frostburg; James Higgins, Borden Shaft; Russell Sullivan, Pekin; Misses McGann and Fitzpatrick, Lonaconing; Thomas Collins and Dennis Collins, Keyser; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dick, Miss Marguerite Dick, Elmer Dick, Charles Dick, John Dick, Robert Dick, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bowers and son, Stanton Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDade, Joseph Agnes, Mr. Charles McDade, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shaffer, Miss Mary Collins, Mrs. Agnes McHugh, Daniel Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morgan, Mrs. Anna Welsh, Mrs. John Malloy, Cumberland; Mrs. C. N. McClune, Shenandoah, Va."

COLLINS, Daniel J.
"Cumberland Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, 16 Apr 1942
"Daniel J Collins, 83, Mt. Savage, retired employee of the Cumberland and Pennsylvania Railroad, died this morning at his home. He was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Mt. Savage and of Mt. Savage Council Knights of Columbus. It is requested that flowers be omitted. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary (McDermott) Collins; three sons; Joseph, Pittsburgh; John and James of Cumberland; four sisters; Mrs. Clara McDade, Miss Mary Collins, Mrs. Agnes McHugh and Mrs. Joseph Shaffer, all of Cumberland; two brothers, Thomas Collins of Westernport and Dennis Collins of Irwin, Pa."

COLLINS, Dennis
"Piedmont Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia 25 Nov 1904
"Mr. Dennis Collins, an old citizen of Westernport, died a few days ago after a long illness. He was about 70 years of age and had lived in Westernport for a long time. He was a practical coal miner in this vicinity. He leaves a wife and ten children, five daughters and five sons, most of them grown up. Mrs. Presley, one of his daughters, lives in Arizona. Miss Mollie Collins, another daughter lives in Hartford, Conn; Mrs. Schaffer, a daughter resides in Cumberland; Misses Agnes and Clara Collins are at home with their parents. A sister of the deceased, Mrs. Nolan, lived at Lonaconing."

COLLINS, John
"The Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Fri 16 Nov 1900
"Mr. John Collins, of Bloomington, died Friday night, Nov. 9, 1900. Mr. Collins was a prominent citizen and for a number of years had taken an active part in the politics of Garrett county as a Democrat. He voted on election day and, not feeling well, left the polls early, went home, went to bed and gradually grew worse until he died. The funeral took place Sunday afternoon from St. Peter's Catholic church, Westernport, and was very largely attended. Quite a number of people came up from Cumberland and Lonaconing and other points. Rev. Thos. K. Lyons officiated. The deceased leaves a wife, who is very ill and was unable to attend the funeral, and two children."

COLLINS, Lloyd J.
"The Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Thu 10 Jun 1965
"Lloyd J. (Rip) Collins, 67, of 23 North Mechanic street, Cumberland, a native of Bloomington, died Tuesday in Sacred Heart hospital, Cumberland, where he had been a patient two days. He had been in ill health for more than three months. Requiem high Mass will be celebrated tomorrow, Friday, at 10 a.m. in St. Patrick's church, Cumberland, after which interment will take place in St. Peter's cemetery, Westernport. Mr. Collins was a son of the late John and Margaret (Devine) Collins and was an employee of the Times and Alleganian company. He was a member of the Cumberland Council 586, Knights of Columbus; St. Patrick's church and Holy Name society. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Charles D. Shaffer, of Cumberland."

COLLINS, Margaret C. DEVINE
"The Piedmont Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Thu 7 Jul 1938
"The remains of Mrs. Margaret C. Collins, 66, formerly of Luke, who died Monday at her home 419 Dunbar drive, Cumberland, were interred this morning in St. Peter's cemetery, Westernport. Funeral services were held at 9 o'clock at St. Patrick's Church, Cumberland. Mrs. Collins is survived by a son, Lloyd J. Collins, a daughter, Mrs. Charles G. Shaffer, of Cumberland; three brothers, James Devine, of Chicago; Edward, of Phoenix, Ariz.; and Thomas Devine, of Westernport; two sisters, Mrs. Patrick O'Donnell and Mrs. George Rossworm. of Cumberland and three grandchildren. Her husband was the late John Collins."

COLLINS, William
"Cumberland Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Thur 7 May 7 1931
"Tri-Towns, May 7, 1931-Funeral of William Collins, Sr.-The funeral services of William Collins, Sr., aged 70 years, father of William Collins, Jr., and James Collins, both of Westernport, who died Friday (May 1, 1931) at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Anna Welsh, 221 Cecilia street, Cumberland, were held from St. Peter's Catholic Church, Westernport, Monday morning (May 4, 1931), with interment in St. Peter's cemetery. Requiem mass was celebrated by Rev. Joseph Soucy and Rev. P. J. Morahan of Keyser, attended in the sanctuary. The pallbearers were T. A. Welsh, John Healy. M. J. McGuire, John Griffin, Charles W. Getty and William Quinn. Among those who attended the services were Dennis Collins, Irwin, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDade, Miss Molly Collins, Mrs. Margaret Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bowers, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin O'Brien, all of Cumberland; Daniel Collins, Mt. Savage; Mrs. Thomas Lee, Frostburg; Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Melody, Mr. and Mrs. John Dorsey, John Gilmore Gilmore, Frank Naugnton and Miss Catherine Quinn of Keyser."

COLMER, John
"Piedmont Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Thu 9 Jul 1942
" Funeral services for John Colmer, 85, who died Saturday at his farm home on Dan's Mountain near Barton, were held Tuesday afternoon at the Boal Funeral Home, Westernport, with the Rev. J. L. Moore, Methodist minister of Barton, officiating. Interment was in the Llewellyn Cemetery on Dan's Mountain. Pallbearers were Reuben Broadwater, Elmer Broadwater, Paul Colmer, Clifton Broadwater, Russell Smith and Clarence Clark. A native of Garrett County, Mr. Colmer had operated a farm on Dan's Mountain for over fifty years. He was the last of his family. Several nieces and nephews survive."

CONDRY, Ellen
"The Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Fri 16 May 1913
"As we go to press we learn that Mrs. Ellen Condry, wife of Mr. James Condry, of Westernport, died last night. Particulars next week."

CONDRY, Ellen COSGROVE
"The Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Fri 23 May 1913
"Death's Doings-Mrs. James Condry, whose death was recorded in these columns was week, having died Thursday, May 15, 1913, at 6
45 p.m., after an illness of nine weeks. Mrs. Condry had been ailing for some time, but her death came as a shock to her many friends. Before her marriage the deceased was Miss Ellen Cosgrove, of Lonaconing. She was at the time of her death 54 years of age. Besides her husband she leaves four daughters and one son; Mrs. M.A. Benson, and Mrs. J. S. Keck, of New Bethlehem, Pa., and Mrs. Wm. Vance, Miss Anna and Martin, of Westernport. She also leaves three brothers, John and Patrick Cosgrove, of Lonaconing, and Jas. Cosgrove, of Hagerstown, Md., and three grandchildren. The funeral took place from St. Peter's Catholic church, Westernport, Monday morning at 9 o'clock mass. The funeral was in charge of Mr. W. H. Fredlock."

CONDRY, Martin P.
"The Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Wed 7 Nov 1945
"Frostburg-Requiem Mass will be held Friday morning in St. Michael's Church for Martin P. Condry, 80, a resident of Frostburg for the past 50 years, who died last night at his home, Griffith apartments, Broadway. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. Mr. Condry, a native of Piedmont, W. Va., was the son of the late Peter and Margaret Condry. He had been an invalid for six years. Mr. Condry formerly was in partnership with his late brother-in-law John S. Brophy, in the operation of the Piedmont and George's Creek Coal Company. He was a former member of Frostburg Lodge No. 470, B.P.O. Elks, and was a member of St. Michael's Church and Holy Name Society of the church. His wife, Mrs. Margaret (Chapman) Condry died five years ago. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Alfred Farrell, New Orleans, La., and the Misses Irene and Margaret Condry, at home. Three grandsons and a great-grandson also survive. The body is at Hafer Funeral Home."

CONLEY, Catherine Theresa MOONEY
"The Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Sat 21 Oct 1944
"A native of Stellerton, Nova Scotia, Mrs. Catherine Theresa (Mooney) Conley, 75, widow of Charles Edward Conley, 319 Maryland avenue, died last evening in Allegany Hospital where she was admitted earlier yesterday. She had been ill a number of years and seriously ill for three weeks. A daughter of the late Andrew and Catherine Mooney, Mrs. Conley came to this country with her parents when she was three years old. After several years elsewhere in the United States, the family settled in Lonaconing. She is survived by five children
Mrs. J. Tom Long, and George L. Conley, both of this city; Miss Marguerite Conley, at home; Mrs. Leo G. Kotschenreuther, Portsmouth, Va.; and William Edward Conley, Chicago; a brother, William J. Mooney, Frostburg and a grandson, Leo G. Kotschenreuther,Jr., Portsmouth."

CONNELLY, James A.
Cumberland-Evening Times" Sat 1 Feb 1908
"Cumberland-James A. Connelly, the five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Connelly, died yesterday afternoon at Allegany Hospital from intestinal troubles. He was a bright little fellow and had been a sufferer for a long time. Mr. Connelly is a travelling engineer of the B & O R. R. and resides on Arch Street. The funeral will occur at 10 o'clock Monday morning with services at the house, conducted by Father Roth, of St. Mary's Church. Interment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery." UNKNOWN

CONNELLY, John D.
"Cumberland-Evening Times" Fri 5 Apr 1907
"Mr. John D. Connelly, aged 25 years, whose death was death was announced through this paper last evening, died at 3 a.m. Thursday morning at the residence of his brother, P.T. Connelly, 113 Holland Avenue, Braddock, Pa. The body will be brought here today on train No. 6, and the funeral will take place from his father's residence, Martin Connelly, corner of Second and Seymour Streets. The funeral will take place tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock. Interment will be made in St. Patrick's Cemetery." UNKNOWN

CONNELLY, Martin
"Evening Times" Wed 3 Feb 1909
"The funeral of Martin Connelly, the aged citizen, who died at his home 90 Seymour street, yesterday morning at 5 o'clock at age 79 years, will take place tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock with services in St Mary's Church, Oldtown Road. Interment will be made in St. Patrick's cemetery. The deceased was born in Ireland and came to this country when 19 years of age. He settled near here and was in the employ of the B & O Railroad for 25 years, part of the time as section foreman. At the end of his service with the latter road, he bought the Cavanaugh farm at North Branch. About 15 years ago he sold the farm and settled here, living a retired life. Mr. Connelly had been twice married, he being survived by his wife, Mrs. Bridget A. Connelly, and the following children Mr. Ed Connelly, 113 Arch Street, engineer on the Pittsburgh division, B & O railroad; James, railroad engineer at Braddock, Pa.; Patrick, telegraph operator, B. B. & I.E. R.R. Co., Braddock, Pa.; W. B. Connelly, merchant at Braddock and Miss Mary Connelly, of this city, also Miss Julia Connelly, a nurse at the Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh." UNKNOWN

CONELLY, Mary
"Evening Times' Cumberland, Maryland, Fri 9 Aug 1933
"Miss Mary Connelly died at the home of Mrs. Mary A. Mullan, Girard avenue, at 9
30 this morning. She had been in poor health for the last year. Miss Connelly was for a number of years a member of the sales staff of several local stores and well known as Miss "Mame" Connelly. She was the daughter of the late Martin and Margaret Riley Connelly, and was born at North Branch, this county. Surviving are two brothers, William B. Connelly, Pittsburgh and Patrick Connelly, Braddock, Pa. and a sister, Miss Julia S. Connelly, registered nurse, this city. She was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic church and the church sodality." UNKNOWN

CONNELLEY, James Henry
"Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Tue 18 Jul 1961
"James Henry Connelley, 55, of 114 Mount Pleasant Street, died suddenly last night in Sacred Heart Hospital where he was admitted earlier in the day. A native of Frostburg, he was a son of the late Patrick and Anna (Metzner) Connelley. Mr. Connelly was employed as a stereotype-pressman by the Times and Alleganian Company. He was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church. Survivors include a brother, Joseph T. Connelley, of Cumberland. The body is at the Hafer Funeral Home.." UNKNOWN

BROWN, James
"The Piedmont Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia Friday 13 September 1908
"Mr. James Brown, for several years mine boss at the Virginia mines and for a number of years holding the same position at Elk Garden, died at his home in Pittsburgh, Pa., Tuesday 15 September 1908. The remains were brought here Wednesday night and the funeral services were held in St. Peter's Catholic Church, Westernport, Thursday morning and were largely attended not only by the people of this community but by many from out of town, as the deceased was well and favorably known here years ago before he went to Pittsburgh to live."
NOTE: James Brown was born 13 Sept 1844 in Limerick, County Clare, Ireland and was married to Bedelia Connolly of Carrigan, Craughwell, County Galway, Ireland. They resided in Elk Garden, Mineral County, West Virginia. "Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Sat 1 Feb 1941; "Connelly, Agnes Carol, aged 8, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Connelly, 14 Mill Street, Frostburg, died Friday, January 31. Friends received at the family residence. Funeral Mass Monday 9:30 a.m. St. Michael's Catholic Church . Interment in the church cemetery. Arrangements by Hafer Funeral Service." UNKNOWN

CONNELLY, Agnes
"Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Mon 24 Feb 1947
"Frostburg-Mrs. Agnes Connelly, 77, who resided at 14 Mill street, this city, died at noon yesterday in Miner's Hospital. She had been in failing health six weeks. Mrs. Connelly, a daughter of James and the late Katherine O'Connor, Washington Hill, near Eckhart, was twice married. Her first husband was Michael J. Piper and her second was John B. Connelly. Children surviving by the first marriage are two daughters, Mrs. Albert Dawson, Keyser, and Mrs. Walter Parker, Romney, W. Va., and two sons, John L. Piper, Eckhart, (it does not name the second son). Children by the second marriage who survive are Mrs. William Allen, Eckhart, and Richard Connelly, 14 Mill street, with whom Mrs. Connelly resided. She was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church. The body is at the home of her son, Richard. Services will be held Wednesday at 2
30 p.m. at St. Michael's Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery." UNKNOWN

CONNELLY, Agnes
"Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Tue 25 Feb 1947
"Frostburg, Feb 25-A requiem mass for Mrs. Agnes Connelly, 77, who died Sunday in Miner's Hospital, will be celebrated tomorrow at 9
30 a.m. at St. Michael's Catholic Church with interment in the church cemetery. The body is at the home of her son, Richard Connelly, 114 Mill Street." UNKNOWN

CONNELLY, Patrick
"Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Sat 15 Sep 1906
"Mr. Patrick Connelly died at his residence on Green street, at 6:30 o'clock this morning after an illness of eighteen months, aged 60 years. He is survived by the following children: Patrick, John, Katie, Margaret and Mary. The funeral arrangements have not yet been made."
[Husband of Margaret Boylan?]

CONNELLY, Patrick
"Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Tue 18 Sep 1906
"Frostburg-The funeral of Mr. Patrick Connelly, whose death has been mentioned in the Times, took place Monday morning at 9 o'clock from St. Michael's Catholic Church. Father S. J. Clarke, assisted by Father Nolan, celebrated mass and conducted the services, speaking very highly of the departed gentleman. At conclusion of the beautiful Catholic burial ritual the procession proceeded to St. Michael's Cemetery, where interment was made. The funeral was attended by a large concourse of friends and relatives. The deceased gentleman was born in Ireland sixty years ago and came to America when about twenty years of age, settling along the George's Creek where he spent the remainder of his life. The following gentlemen acted as pallbearers: Messrs. Patrick Devine, John Counehan, Edward Lyons, Patrick Conlon, Thos. Hewitt, all of Frostburg, and Patrick Rodgers, of Moscow. Among those from out of town who attended the funeral were Mr. John Manley, of Midland; Mrs. John Rodgers, and daughter, Mary, of Gilmore; Messrs. Ed. Brennan, Michael Winn, Thomas Rowan and Mrs. Thomas McHugh, and Mrs. Frank Quinn, all of Lonaconing; Mesdames Pat Cavan and Catherine Breheny, of Pekin; Mrs. Jas. Carey, Mrs. Wm. P. Miller, of Detmold; Mr. Pat Rodgers, of Moscow, and Mrs. Clarence Snyder and sister, Miss Burkey, of Cumberland."
[Husband of Margaret Boylan?]

CONNELLY, Patrick T.
"Evening Times' Cumberland, Maryland, Thu 26 Mar 1942
"Patrick T. Connelly, 75, of 13 Holland Street, Braddock, Pa., died Tuesday. A former telegraph operator for the Union Railroad, he had been retired for nine years. The body will arrive here tomorrow at 1:05 p.m. and will be taken to St. Patrick's Cemetery, Mt. Savage, for burial. Mr. Connelly was born at Cresaptown, as son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Connelly. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. N. R. (Galvin) Connelly; one son, Regis; a daughter, Miss Rose Mary, all of Braddock; one brother, William B. Connelly, Pittsburgh." UNKNOWN

CONLEY, Patrick
"Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Fri 12 May 1919
"Patrick Conley, aged 46, died Thursday at his home on Mount Pleasant street. He was drawing a drink of water from a spigot when he fell over and expired. He had been employed by the Consolidation Coal Company at Hoffman mine for the past 12 years. The funeral will be held Saturday at 9 a.m., from St. Michael's Catholic Church. Interment will be in St. Michael's Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, two sons, Henry and Joseph Conley, Frostburg, and three sisters, Mrs. Patrick Stanton, of Virginia; Mrs. George Gregory, Frostburg, and Miss Margaret Conley, New York."

CONROY, Catherine Philomena
"Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Wed 7 Jul 1954
"Piedmont-Mrs. Catherine Philomena Conroy, 91, widow of Joseph T. Conroy, 144 West Fairview Street, died yesterday in Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser, where she had been a patient six days. A native of Piedmont, she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Reddington. She was a member of St. Peter's Catholic Church, Westernport. Surviving are a daughter, Miss Eleanor Conroy, at home; two brothers, Thomas Conroy, McCoole and Joseph Conroy, Westernport; a sister, Mrs. Bridget Malloy, Piedmont; three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The body is at the Boal Funeral Home. A requiem mass will be celebrated Friday at 9 a.m. in St. Peter's Church with interment in the parish cemetery."

CONWAY, Ann nee TRAINOR
"Cumberland Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Sat 24 Apr 1909
"Died at Eckhart-Mrs. Ann Conway died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Feldman, at Eckhart, last evening at 8:20 o'clock, aged 86 years. She was a native of County Meath, Ireland, and came to America in 1833, residing in Mt. Savage until 1872, when she went to Eckhart to live with her daughter. She was the mother of the late Patrick, James and George Farley, her first husband having been the late Patrick Farley. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Feldman, twenty-two grand children and twenty-six great grandchildren. The remains will be interred in St. Michael's Catholic cemetery with services at St. Michael's church, Frostburg, on Monday morning at nine o'clock. Mrs. Conway's maiden name was Ann Trainor."

COSGROVE, Annie
"The Cumberland Times" Cumberland, Maryland, 14 Aug 1943
"Mrs. John Cosgrove Westernport, Md., Aug 14-Mrs. Annie Cosgrove, 64, widow of John Cosgrove, died last night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Alphonsus Determan, 436 Walnut Street, suddenly. A native of Barton, Md. she was a daughter of the late Herman and Catherine Wagner and had lived at Lonaconing 60 years. She was a member of the Society of the Blessed Virgin and St. Peter's Catholic Church. Besides Mrs. Determan, she is survived by two other daughters, Mrs. Albert French, Hagerstown, and Mrs. Michael Fahey, Westernport. The body will remain at the Determan home here."

COSGROVE, Catherine CONNOLLY
"The Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Friday 22 May 1925
"Mrs. Catherine Cosgrove, aged 88 years, mother of M. P. Cosgrove, of Westernport, died at her home at Lonaconing Tuesday night. She is survived by three sons and two daughters, M.P. Cosgrove, of Westernport; John, of Lonaconing; Thomas, of Braddock, Pa.; Mrs. Edgar Walsh, of Clarksburg, and Mrs. Patrick Flynn, of Braddock. The funeral service will be held at the Catholic Church at Lonaconing this morning and the remain
s will be brought to St. Peter's cemetery, Westernport, for interment."

COSGROVE, Hilda MUNSIE
"The Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Tues 23 Jan 1990
" Funeral services were held this morning in the Markwood-McKenzie Funeral Home in Keyser for Hilda I. Cosgrove, 73, of 196 Airport Street, Keyser, who died Saturday, January 20 at her residence. The Rev. Harold R. McClay, Jr., officiated and burial was in Potomac Memorial Gardens, Keyser. Born in Westernport, Md., July 24, 1916, she was the daughter of the late William S. and Ethel (Adams) Munsie. Mrs. Cosgrove retired as a time keeper from Westvaco, and was a member of the Westernport United Methodist Church. She is survived by two sons, Martin E. Cosgrove, Waldorf, Md., and David M. Cosgrove, Annapolis, Md.; two daughters, Patricia E. Giacalone, Staten Island, N. Y. and Barbara J. Simmons, Cresaptown, Md.; one brother, Donald Munsie, Keyser; one sister, Mildred L. Harr, Cresaptown; eight grandchildren and one great-grandson."

COSGROVE, Joseph A.
"The Cumberland Times" Cumberland, Maryland 5 Mar 1951
"Westernport-"Joseph A. Cosgrove, 45, former engineer of the Cumberland and Pennsylvania Railroad, died of a heart attack Saturday at the home of his father-in-law, Alvin Costello, Cleveland. A native of Westernport, Mr. Cosgrove served three years in the armed forces during World War II. He graduated from St. Peter's High School here and was a member of Piedmont, W.Va., Council No. 685, Knights of Columbus. Mr. Cosgrove worked for the Mail Pouch Tobacco Company in Wheeling, W.Va., for 29 years. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Helen Cosgrove; two daughters, Mary Jo and Katherine Cosgrove, at home; his mother, Mrs. Mary Cosgrove, Westernport; three brothers, Michael E. Cosgrove, Cumberland; Francis B. Cosgrove, Westernport; and Robert E. Cosgrove, Washington; and four sisters, Mrs. J.M. Ryan, Westernport; Mrs. Arthur Cross, Washington; Mrs. Roland Nofsinger, Luke, and Sister Maria Joseph of St. Joseph Holy Comforter Convent; Washington. Rites will be held tomorrow in Cleveland."

COSGROVE, Martin
"Idaho Daily Statesman" Pocatello, Idaho, Sunday 17 Nov 1901
"Two Men Killed by a Collision of Helper Engine with a Freight-MARTIN COSGROVE AND CHARLES WALLACE DEAD-Fireman H. W. Knox Loses a Leg and Is In a Precarious Condition-Accident Caused By a Mistake in Reading Orders-Peculiar Performance of the Helper Engine After the Smash-"It was my fault entirely" were the words that came from the white, compressed lips, quivering with pain, of brave and dying Engineer Martin Cosgrove as he spoke of the disastrous wreck which occurred on the Short Line yesterday morning about 4 o'clock a mile and a half east of Orchard station. The old adage "that in the midst of life we are in death," never had a truer exemplification, for Thursday night Engineer R. J. Cosgrove, who had charge of engine No. 617 was not feeling well and requested his cousin, Martin, also an engineer to take his run out of Huntington, It was on this run that Martin Cosgrove met his death, and in the terrible wreck, Charles Wallace, head brakeman, was also killed and H. W. Knox so severely injured as now to be hovering between life and death.
HOW ACCIDENT OCCURRED Engineer Cosgrove was in charge of engine No. 617 hauling an east-bound freight under Conductor Davis, and had orders to stop at the siding at Orchard station to let helper engine No. 301 pass returning from a run. Engineer Cosgrove forgot his orders and went on beyond the siding for a mile and a half running at full speed. He recalled his orders and started to reverse the lever as the collision occurred. The helper engine in charge of Engineer Eph McDowell and Fireman Frank Onan had no thought of danger, until they heart the rumbling of the approaching train, and both jumped just as the collision occurred, as McDowell grasped the lever to reverse, which was thrown back against him as he jumped. Neither McDowell nor Onan were injured beyond slight bruises. They state, and the statement is confirmed, that the headlight of the freight engine was not burning. It had gone out a few miles beyond Nampa.
NO TIME TO JUMP
Engineer Cosgrove, his fireman, Knox and Head Brakeman, Wallace, who was riding in the freight engine, had no time to jump, and the engine was frightfully wrecked, the boiler being upon one side of the track and the tender upon the other, the engine being practically overturned. Horribly mangled beneath the engine, with both legs cut off was found the body of Wallace. Cosgrove and Knox were both caught beneath the wreckage, but managed to extricate themselves. Knox in his dreadful pain, managed to crawl 50 feet to the north side of the track, while his dismembered leg, which was torn off at the knee was found on the south side. Engineer Cosgrove was so caught in the wreck that the escaping steam literally roasted him.
THE WRECKAGE
The freight engine, as stated, was almost completely demolished, while eight or 10 of the freight cars were piled in a heap, making one of the worst wrecks of the character that has occurred on the Short Line for a long time. The helper engine, besides damage to the cab, was hardly damaged at all, and did not leave the track, but with the fact that Engineer McDonald had started to reverse the lever, it jumped forward and ran wild for a distance of eight miles, before coming to a stand-still.
HELP SENT FORWARD
Immediately after the accident Conductor Davis hastened with all speed to Orchard station and telegraphed the news to Nampa, and the Owl train, which leaves Boise at 3:25, upon its arrival at Nampa, was sent at once to the scene, carrying Drs. Murray and Kohler of Nampa, who had been at once aroused from their beds.
HIS BODY UNDER ENGINE
Head Brakeman Wallace of the freight was still under the wreckage. It could be seen that both his legs had been cut off near his hips and that he was dead. It was impossible to remove his body until the wrecking crew arrived. Wallace's body had been roasted frightfully. His remains were lying at a point near the boiler, where the scalding steam had enveloped him as in a furnace. As soon as possible Cosgrove and Knox were placed on the train to be brought to Boise. The train arrived here with them at 8:55. Dr. Murray of Nampa came in with the injured men, who were taken to St. Alphonsus' hospital. Dr. McCalla, the Short Line surgeon at this place, was summoned and he at once called Dr. Collister to assist him. Later Dr. Springer and Dr. Bowere were also summoned. On the road to Boise Cosgrove and Knox told their stories between gasps Cosgrove admitted he had misread his orders, as stated in the foregoing, and that he had discovered his error too late. Knox said he crawled out of the wreckage into the sagebrush, where he remained some time before being found.
DIED AT HOSPITAL
Shortly after arrival at the hospital Cosgrove died of his injuries. His death was due to the awful scalding he had received, he having been enveloped in the escaping steam from head to foot and great strips of skin and flesh had peeled off of him.
KNOX RESTING EASILY
Fireman Knox has withstood the shock of his leg being torn off with remarkable grit and fortitude. The physicians in charge amputated the stump a few inches above the knee. At a late hour last night he was sleeping. He is very weak and has lost a great deal of blood.
SOMETHING OF THE MEN
Martin Cosgrove was 26 years of age and was a native of Maryland, his widowed mother living at Western Port, that state. His father was an engineer, and he has a brother who is now an engineer on the Baltimore & Ohio. He came to Idaho in 1893 and had been employed on the Short Line ever since. He has no relatives in this state, excepting, as stated, his cousin, Engineer R. J. Cosgrove. He was an intimate friend, however, of D. J. Malone, Oregon Short Line mechanic, at Pocatello, who knew his family in the east and who arrives last evening to aid in the funeral arrangements. Mr. Cosgrove was a member of the B. of L. E. of Pocatello division No. 228, and the body will be shipped to his old home by his fellow members and will be accompanied by Engineers Jack Hiler, Frank Dryden and R. J. Cosgrove. Charles Wallace was about 38 years of age and has a wife and child and widower sister at Ogden. His remains were brought to this city last night and will be shipped to Ogden, by the order of the B. of R. T. of which he was a member. Mr. Wallace was an old-time railroad man, having been employed on the Utah & Northern some 20 years ago. Fireman Knox is a new man at railroading, having been employed on the Short Line, his first experience, for a matter of three of four months only. His parents live at Keokuk, Iowa."
[Note: He was the son of Martin Cosgrove and Catherine Connolly]

COSGROVE, Michael Emmet
"Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Wednesday 17 Dec 1975
"Michael Emmett Cosgrove, 67, of Valley Road, died yesterday at Sacred Heart Hospital. He had been in ill health five years. Born in Westernport, he was the son of the late Michael P. and Mary Loretta (Cuff) Cosgrove. He was a member of Chief Justice Taney Council 586, Knights of Columbus, Cumberland. Surviving are his widow, Marceline (Fahey) Cosgrove; two sons, James T. Cosgrove, Cumberland and Francis J. Cosgrove, Keyser; one daughter, Mrs. Mary Anne Walbe, Waldorf, Md.; two brothers, Francis Cosgrove, Westernport, and Robert Cosgrove; three sisters, Mrs. Veronica Nofsinger, Hagerstown; Mrs. Marie J. Cross, Suitland, and Sister Marie Joseph, Oxen Hill. Friends will be received in the Fredlock Funeral Home, Piedmont, today from 7 to 9 p.m. and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be conducted Friday at 11 a.m. in St. Patrick's Catholic Church."

COSGROVE, Wilbert M.
FROSTBURG-Wilbert M. Cosgrove, 66, died yesterday at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, where he had been a patient four days. A native of Lonaconing, he was a son of the late Martin and Laura (Taylor) Cosgrove. A retired coal miner, he was president of UMWA Local 2, and a member of Tioga Tribe 126 Redmen, Midland. He is survived by his wife, Millie (Filer) Cosgrove; a daughter, Mrs. Robert Barr, here; a son, Martin Cosgrove, Cumberland; a sister, Mrs. Herbert Plummer, Wrights Crossing, and two grandchildren. The body is at the Durst Funeral Home where friends will be received today from 7 until 9 p.m. and tomorrow from 2 until 4 p.m.

CREAMER, Catherine
"Cumberland News" Cumberland, Maryland, Sat 18 Dec 1965
"MIDLAND-Miss Catherine Creamer, a native of Midland, died yesterday in Washington. She was a daughter of the late Richard and Rose (McVeigh) Creamer of Midland. Surviving are four sisters, Miss Mary Creamer, Mrs. James Rodgers, Alexandria, Va., Mrs. George San Fellippo, Mrs. Chester Cusick, Washington; and two brothers, John Creamer, Washington and Richard Creamer, Philadelphia. The body is at the Ryan Funeral Home, Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington. Requiem mass will be celebrated Monday at 9 a.m. in Washington."

CREAMER, Richard
"Cumberland Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Fri 15 Dec 1922
"Midland, Md., Dec. 15-Richard Creamer, a well known citizen of Midland, died yesterday morning in Washington, D.C. Mr. Creamer was born in the London, England and came to this country when a little boy. He married Miss Rose McVeigh. Mr. Creamer went to Washington in October to visit his sons and daughters and their families. While there he secured a position, at which he worked until last Saturday when he was taken ill. He was a member of the Society of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. The body arrived at the home here last night. He is survived by the following children
John, Katie, Mary, Margaret, Rosaline, Anna, Freda and Richard; two sisters, Mrs. John O'Rourke, Midland and Mrs. Bernard McGreevy, Cumberland, and two brothers, John and Neil of Austin, W. Va. The funeral will be Saturday morning at 9:30 with high requiem mass at St. Joseph's Catholic church with interment in St. Michaels Cemetery, Frostburg."

CREEGAN, Ann KENNY
"Sunday Times" Cumberland, Maryland, 23 Jun 1946
"Mrs. Ann Elizabeth Creegan, 81, widow of Patrick J. Creegan, died yesterday afternoon at her home, 521 Patterson avenue, following an illness of ten days. She celebrated her last birthday one week ago today. Born in England, Mrs. Creegan was a daughter of the late Simon and Margaret (Cavanaugh) Kenny, natives of Ireland. She was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic church. Surviving are two sons, Patrick J. Creegan, deputy collector of the United States Bureau of Internal Revenue, and John T. Creegan, both of this city; three daughters, Mrs. James E. Porter, of Green Belt, Md.; Mrs. John F. Foley, this city; and Mrs. William J. Holland, of Turtle Creek, Pa.; two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Carroll, this city, and Miss Sarah Kenny, of Halethorpe, Md.; 19 grandchildren and one great grandson. Services will be conducted Tuesday at 9 a.m. in St. Patrick's church. Interment will be in the church cemetery."

CREEGAN, Joanna
'Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Thur 15 May 1930
"Frostburg, Md., Mrs. Patrick J. Creegan, aged 34, Midland, died at the Miners Hospital yesterday afternoon, after giving birth to a son in the morning. The child is living. Surviving is her husband and one son; three brothers, Michael and Hugh Cunningham, Midland, Patrick Cunningham, Swissvale, Pa.; three sisters, Mrs. Anne Coleman, Mrs. Mary Dorsey, and Mrs. William Byrnes, all of Midland. Her mother, Mrs. John Cunningham, died last night at Midland." NOTE
nee Joanna Alice CUNNINGHAM

CREEGAN, Terence
"Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Fri 9 Jan 1931
"Midland, Md., Jan 9. Terence Creegan, aged 67 years, died at Miners Hospital, Frostburg, Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock, following an illness of pneumonia. Mr. Creegan made his home here with his brother, Michael Creegan. He is survived by three brothers, James Creegan, Osage, Kansas; Peter Creegan, Detroit, Mich., and Michael Creegan, Midland. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning with requiem high mass at St. Joseph's Church at 9:30. Interment will be in St. Michael's Cemetery, Frostburg."

CRICHTON, Margaret MUIR
"Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Fri 28 Aug 1914
"Tuesday night last at 10 o'clock, Mrs. Lawson Crichton, a former resident of Lonaconing, died at the West Penn Hospital, East Pittsburgh, following an operation a few days ago consequent upon a protracted illness. She became worse and her condition was deemed so serious that the operation was advised at once. Before her marriage Mrs. Crichton was Miss Margaret Muir, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Muir, former residents of Lonaconing. With her husband she removed to East Pittsburgh about six years ago. Besides her husband, she is survived by one son, John, also by the following brothers and sisters: Edward, John and Ellis Muir, of Plymouth, Pa.; Mrs. Sam P, Stewart, of Lonaconing; Mrs. John Johnson, Mrs. James Jones, Mrs. Morris Rollings, and Miss Pearl Muir, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Muir, of Plymouth, Pa. The funeral will take place in East Pittsburgh today. Mr. Crichton, who was prominent among the younger citizens, and a leading member of Good Will Fire Company, and other organizations, is a son of the late John Crichton, on Douglas avenue, where his widowed mother and family still reside. He had the sympathy of a large number of friends in his hour of sad bereavement."

CROSS, James M.
"Cumberland Times News" Cumberland, Maryland, 17 Jun 2007
"FROSTBURG - James M. Cross, 89, of Frostburg, died Wednesday, June 13, 2007, at the Frostburg Village Nursing Care Center. Born Dec. 22, 1917, in Barton, he was the son of the late Alexander Cross and Eva (Longridge) Cross. James was also preceded in death by one brother, Francis "Frank" Cross; and one sister, Margaret Gibson. Mr. Cross retired as a teacher. He worked for the Garrett and Allegany County Boards of Education. James also was a U.S. Army Air Corp veteran of World War II. James was a member of the Presbyterian Church, Barton, the Farrady Post 24 American Legion, and the Moose Lodge 348, both of Frostburg, and the Lonaconing V.F.W. Surviving are his wife, LaVern (Stanton) Cross, of Frostburg Village Nursing Care Center; one daughter, Ann Applegate and husband Douglas, of Springfield, Va.; one grandson, Peter Applegate, of Springfield; one niece, Frances Hersey, of Sheffield, Vt.; and one nephew, Robert Albright, of Stow, Mass. Mr. Cross was cremated in accordance with his wishes. A memorial service will be held 10 a.m. on Saturday, June 23, 2007, at the Presbyterian Church of Barton, 19201 Legislative Road S.W., with the Rev. Thomas Morgan officiating. Interment will follow in the Mt. View Cemetery, Lonaconing."

CROSS, Veronica CAREY
"Piedmont Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Fri 12 Nov 1920
"Mrs. Veronica Carey Cross, wife of William O. Cross, died at the Hoffman Hospital Keyser, Friday evening, Nov. 5, following an operation. Mrs. Cross was 26 years of age and a very attractive young woman. The remains were brought here to the home of her mother, Mrs. Mary Carey, on Green street. Mrs. Cross is survived by her mother, her husband and infant son, and by the following brothers and sisters
Mrs. Harry Hadley, of Lonaconing; Mrs. Lloyd Welsh, of Westernport; Mrs. Herschel Kraft, of Baltimore; John, Peter and Richard, at home."

CRUMP, John
Frostburg, Md., April 14-The funeral of Mr. John Crump, whose death has been announced, took place this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence of the deceased.  Rev. Harry S. Ecker, pastor of the First Presbyterian church of which Mr. Crump was a devoted member, preached and conducted the burial services, paying an elegant tribute to the character of the deceased. Interment took place in Allegany cemetery. The deceased was born in England in 18-0. He was a member of the Union Army during the Civil War and was one of Frostburg's oldest and best citizens. He is survived by his wife. [April 14, 1906  Evening Times, Cumberland Maryland, Submitted by Shauna Williams]

CULLEN, Aloysius
"Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Sat 26 Dec 1931
"Zilhman Man Seriously Shot Christmas Afternoon-Doctors Hold Little Hope For His Life-Harry Shriver Held In Jail Here Charged With Attempt To Murder Aloysius Cullen-Abdomen Is Torn Away By Charge-Shot Down Without Provocation As He Seeks To Quiet Liquor-Crazed Man-Crazed by drink, Harry Shriver, 30, divorced, a miner, shot and probably fatally wounded Aloysius Cullen, 30, married, another miner, and neighbor in Zilhman, a mining village between Frostburg and Mt. Savage, about 5:30 o'clock last evening, with a shotgun. The charge tore a hole in Cullen's lower abdomen above the hip. The shooting was declared to be without provocation. Condition Is Critical Cullen was taken to Miner's Hospital, where he was operated on by Dr. W. O. McLane, Jr., of Frostburg, and Dr. Frank M. Wilson, of Cumberland. His condition was reported as critical today. Shriver was arrested and placed in jail. According to investigation by the authorities, Shriver had been drinking during the afternoon and threatened to kill several people, firing at one group at his boarding house who fled, the charge tearing a hole in the wall of the kitchen. A loaded revolver had been previously taken away from him by a friend. Two belts of shells were taken from him when placed under arrest. Shriver boarded with Mrs. Emma Vizzi, Green Row, Zilhman. It appears that Charles Harden, Earl Harden and Wonford Sween came to the home to see Alfred Vizzi, son of Mrs. Emma Vizzi. Shriver, who was drinking and disorderly, was urged by Mrs., Vizzi to go to his room and behave himself. This was resented by Shriver. He went upstairs to his room and closed the door. When asked to behave himself by the group in the home, Shriver is said to have left the house but later returned with the shotgun, and those present seeing him armed, ran out. Shriver blasted away as several of them ran out the door, the charge tearing a hole in the wall near the kitchen door. Threatened To Kill Charles and Earl Harden, brothers, had come from Morantown in their automobile and left the machine standing outside the Vizzi home in the road. Shriver is said to have come out in the yard, and with an oath dared any of them to get in the machine and sit behind the steering wheel, declaring he would kill them. Shriver, it appears, had raised the hood and jerked out the distributor, disabling the car. At this juncture, Aloysius Cullen, living on the same row in Zilhman, came up to see what the trouble was, accompanied by Edgar Shumaker and Ellis Lockhart, young men. They were on the road, when Shriver, holding his weapon, repeated the threat to kill, it was alleged, that he would "kill the first man that got into the machine." Cullen, who knew him well, sought to humor him, by declaring he (Cullen) could not drive a car. This led to an exchange of words, when Shriver, it is declared, suddenly raised the weapon and fired point blank at Cullen, The charge tore his stomach open, and he collapsed, bleeding, in the roadway, his intestines being perforated and torn, the wad from the gun entering them. Ellis Lockhart, Andrew Lennox, Harland Porter, and Harry Lennox, who came up, put Cullen in a machine and drove him to the hospital. Another Narrowly Escapes It is declared that previous to wounding Cullen, …gun in the stomach of Armel Sween, and threatened to kill him, but Sween knocked the gun barrel away with his hand and ran around the house. Sheriff Hugh A. Hotchkiss, with County Investigator, Terrence J. Boyle, and State Officers Park and LaMotte went to Zilhman and arrested Shriver found at the Vizzi home. A Winchester repeating rifle and a single shot shotgun with two belts of loaded shells were taken from him. A loaded revolver had been taken away from Shriver earlier in the day by Charles Harden, Jr. Shriver Angry At Vizzi According to information given officers, Shriver had intended to shoot young Vizzi because Vizzi objected to attentions paid by Shriver to his mother. Cullen was acting in the capacity of peacemaker when he was shot. Cullen is a son of Timothy C. Cullen, Mill street, Frostburg. His wife was Miss Viola Hamilton. He is a brother of Timothy A. Cullen, past commander of Farrady Post No. 24, American Legion, and Bryan, Patrick and John Cullen, all of Frostburg. His sisters are Mrs. Samuel Morgan, Frostburg; Mrs. John Bryson, Midland; Mrs. George Meyers, Hanover, Pa.; Mrs. John Anthony, Baltimore; and Miss Genevieve Cullen, Pitcairn, Pa."

CULLEN, Aloysius
"Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Tue 29 Dec 1931
"The funeral of Aloysius Cullen, age 30, of Zilhman, who was fatally shot Christmas Day by Harry Shriver of the same place, will be held at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning from St. Michael's Catholic Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery."

CUNNINGHAM, Mary Ann
"Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Thur 15 May 1930
"Midland, Md., May 15-Mrs. Mary Ann Cunningham, aged 79, widow of John Cunningham, died at her home here last night at 10
30. The death of Mrs. Cunningham marked the second in the family in the same day, her youngest child, Mrs. Patrick Creegan, aged 34, also of Midland, having expired at the Miners Hospital, Frostburg, yesterday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. Cunningham leaves three daughters and three sons as follows: Mrs. James Dorsey, Mrs. Rose Byrne, Mrs. John Coleman and Hugh and Michael Cunningham, all of Midland, and Patrick Cunningham, of East Pittsburgh, Pa."
[NOTE: nee MURPHY]

CURRAN, Patrick
"Piedmont Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Thur 8 Jan 1931
"Patrick Curran, aged 68 years, a former mayor of Westernport, died Saturday morning at his home in Westernport. Though he had been in ill health for some months, he was only confined to his home for two days. Mr. Curran served two years as mayor of Westernport in 1911 and 1912. For many years he conducted a barber shop in Westernport. He is survived by the following children: Mrs. John O'Brien, Mrs. Thomas Martin, of Piedmont, and Mrs. Ruel C. Roberts, Westernport, and one son, Joseph Curran, of Omaha, Neb. Hugh Curran, of Washington, is a brother. Requiem Mass was celebrated at St. Peter's Catholic Church at 8 o'clock Monday morning by Rev. A. Scarpati. Rev. Wm. E. Kelly, of Hancock, was in the sanctuary. The pallbearers were Robert Codire, Forest Biggs, Edward Mullen, John Sicily, Thomas Welsh and Edward Pendergast. Among those who attended the funeral were: Mrs. W. A. Watters, Jas. Curran, Frank Curran, Washington; Mrs. Mary Ke?ber and Mrs. Theresa Miller, Cumberland."



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