The Sentinel (Carlisle, PA), Thursday, Ocotber 5, 1933; pg. 2
Dillsburg, Oct. 15. - Mrs. Sarah Brindle, 84, widow of Levi Brindle, died at her residence here Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Brindle moved here 13 years ago from Mechanicsburg. She was a member of the Brethren Church. Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Annie Johnson, Harrisburg; Mrs. Mary Grissinger, Allen; Mrs. William Smith, Dillsburg R.D.; and one brother, William Firestone, Cleveland, Ohio. Funeral services were held this afternoon at her residence. Burial was at Baker's Meeting House, near Churchtown.
News Comet (East Berlin, PA), Friday, October 6, 1933:
Mrs. Sarah Brindle, widow of Levi Brindle, died at her residence, Dillsburg, Wednesday afternoon, after an illness of two weeks of pneumonia. She was aged 84 years. Mrs. Brindle moved to Dillsburg 12 years ago from Mechanicsburg. She was a member of the Brethren church. Surviving are three sisters including Mrs. William Smith, Dillsburg RD, and one brother. Funeral was held Thursday afternoon with interment at Baker's Meeting house, near Churchtown, the Rev O. W. Cook and the Rev. S. S. Sheffer, of the Brethren church,officiating.
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