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The first information of the explosion came from George Lacy, John Smith, Samuel Meese and James G. They were at work in the mine also, and as soon after the concussion of the explosion as possible they worked their way into the effected district and found the bodies of Bennett and Hager. She is survived by her husband, two sons, Herman Crable and Theodore Crable of Uniontown, seven grandchildren and the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. He was the oldest of a family of ten children, whose parents came from Ireland about ninety years ago. The funeral will be held on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with interment in Old Franklin Cemetery. From appearances it was believed that the drivers had gone into the entry and ignited an accumulation of gas. Both bodies were burned somewhat, and also showed the effects of the concussion. The Coroners jury conducted a lengthy and exhaustive inquest over the remains of the victims of the disaster, and rendered the following verdict late Wednesday night: We find that John Bennett, John Cartwright, Harry Hagar, Robert Davis, William Pritchard, John and Silas Helston and James Bell came to their death by an explosion of gas in entry 10 of the Umpire mine of Friday, the 23rd of September, 1898, between the hours of 7 and 9 A. (newspaper dated December 18, 1934) Sarah Mc Dowell Hager, 90, Dies Thursday at Home in Dunbar Township (Standard - Sep 15, 1938) Oldest member of the Mc Dowell clan, Mrs. He has always lived in Fayette county and has been very successful in business having amassed quite a fortune. In his early young manhood he learned the stonemason trade, which avocation he followed until his advanced age and declining health compelled him to relinquish his duties. The father of the deceased was born in County Down, Ireland, and immigrated to America when a young man, locating in Fayette County, and was one of the pioneer residents of that district. Born July 30, 1884, at Dunbar, he was the son of Alexander and Alexina Bartlett Haggart. He is the last member of a family of 14 children born to this union. The aged wife now in her 83rd year, also survives, but is in a serious condition from shock incident to the death of her aged husband and helpmate. today followed by requiem high mass in All Saints R. She is survived by one brother, Wilbur Hardy, of Dunbar; two sisters, Mrs. Friends will be received in the WILLIG FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICES, 220 Ninth Avenue, Mc Keesport, Pa., today, August 23, from 7 to 9 p.m. Esther Mae HALL ( -1931) Hall Services: Funeral Services for Esther Mae Hall, aged one month and 20 days, died at the home of her parents Mr. Born in Dunbar, January 15, 1893, she was a daughter of the late William and Rosa Martin Hardy. She was preceded in death by her husband Robert Hall, one brother, Blair Hardy; and one sister Mrs. Friends will be received in the Burhans Funeral Home, Dunbar, after 7 this evening, where funeral services will be held Monday at 3 p.m. He is survived by his mother, Flora and her fianc, Albert Burns; his children, Yahsaac D. Another group of miners, a little nearer the deadly explosion, heard the force of the gas as it ignited, and immediately started out. A great crowd gathered and many were the anxious faces that crowded about mourning about the loved ones who were known to be in the mine at the time of the explosion, and who were awaited, dead or alive, non knew which. Louise Mazzocco HAGER ( -1995) Louise Mazzocco Hager, 83 of Clarksville, died Monday, Oct. Friends will be received in the Frank Burkus Funeral Home, Mill and Center Sts., Millsboro, on Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., and Friday until 11 a.m. They were met by the after-damp and some wished to stop, but an experienced miner named John Ralston urged the men not to stop and finally the party worked its way out to safety. When the accident occurred there were 120 men in the mine and the anxiety did not cease till all had been found. 23, 1995, in the City Hospital, Akron, Ohio, following a lengthy illness.
Mc Manus, at Dickerson Run, after a lingering illness. He retired from United States Steel National Tube Works from the Bar Mill as a hot sawman. He was born November 16, 1981, in Tampa, Florida, the son of Flora Brown and the late Isaac Hall. Last spring he became ill and returned to the home of his father, where he died. Ida Mae HALL (1921-2009) Ida Mae Hall, 87, of Uledi, Fayette County, Pa, died Sunday, February 1, 2009, at her residence with loving family by her side. Vernon Avenue, Uniontown, Pa., today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., and on Wednesday until 11 a.m., the hour of service, with Pastor Elmer Hall, Pastor Harley De Leurere, and Pastor James Valentine, officiating. Friends will be received at the Clyde Brooks Funeral Home Inc., Route 711, Melcroft, Pa., today, August 1, until the Service at 1 p.m. He was a coal miner for 20 years and then an employee of The Connellsville Water Co. He was stricken down by Apoplexy in the morning as he rose from his bed, and after he was stored to consciousness, he gradually sank and death put an end to his sufferings. Haines will be conducted at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon in the family residence, 130 Connellsville street.