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Margaret <I>Berline</I> Zeigler

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Margaret Berline Zeigler

Birth
Worthington, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death
7 Feb 1909 (aged 60)
Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, USA
Burial
Adrian, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, USA Add to Map
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MR. JNO. ZIEGLER'S SUDDEN DEATH

For the fourth time in four weeks death suddenly called away from life in this vicinity another well-known person. This time in was Mrs. John Berline Zeigler, of East Franklin township, one mile from Tarrtown, who died suddenly Sunday night, February 7, 1909, at 11:40 o'clock. The deceased had been an occasional sufferer from hart trouble for over one year, but on Sunday evening seemed to be in usual good health. About nine o'clock her sons coming home, she prepared for and partook with them a light lunch. Shortly after she complained of feeling unwell, and going into another room, laid down. Her condition grew worse despite remedies that were applied, and Doctor Tarr, of this place was summoned, but she was dead before he reached the home. Mrs. Zeigler was well known in the community in which she lived, was in the 62nd year of her age and is survived by her husband and a large family. It is said that she came from a family in which heart trouble prevailed. Her father and two brothers, John and Henry, having all three died suddenly. The funeral will take place Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, and the Interment will be at the Limestone Lutheran Church.

From: The Simpson's Leader-Times, Kittanning, Pennsylvania, on Monday, February 8, 1909, Page 1

Correction: John Berline Zeigler was her son receiving the middle name Berline from his mother's maiden name. Her husband was John C. Zeigler per the 1900 census.

Married: John Calvin Zeigler, in 1873, in Pennsylvania
MR. JNO. ZIEGLER'S SUDDEN DEATH

For the fourth time in four weeks death suddenly called away from life in this vicinity another well-known person. This time in was Mrs. John Berline Zeigler, of East Franklin township, one mile from Tarrtown, who died suddenly Sunday night, February 7, 1909, at 11:40 o'clock. The deceased had been an occasional sufferer from hart trouble for over one year, but on Sunday evening seemed to be in usual good health. About nine o'clock her sons coming home, she prepared for and partook with them a light lunch. Shortly after she complained of feeling unwell, and going into another room, laid down. Her condition grew worse despite remedies that were applied, and Doctor Tarr, of this place was summoned, but she was dead before he reached the home. Mrs. Zeigler was well known in the community in which she lived, was in the 62nd year of her age and is survived by her husband and a large family. It is said that she came from a family in which heart trouble prevailed. Her father and two brothers, John and Henry, having all three died suddenly. The funeral will take place Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, and the Interment will be at the Limestone Lutheran Church.

From: The Simpson's Leader-Times, Kittanning, Pennsylvania, on Monday, February 8, 1909, Page 1

Correction: John Berline Zeigler was her son receiving the middle name Berline from his mother's maiden name. Her husband was John C. Zeigler per the 1900 census.

Married: John Calvin Zeigler, in 1873, in Pennsylvania


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