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Re: Researching family of Andrew Gardner mid 1850's
Posted by: Karen Krich (ID *****1469) Date: June 16, 2012 at 06:48:51
In Reply to: Researching family of Andrew Gardner mid 1850's by Ross Frazier of 1450

Dear Ross,

By browsing The Pittsburg/Pittsburgh Press via I found an obituary for Jessie in the Saturday February 27, 1904 edition page 14.

Mrs. Edward W. Morgan.

Mrs. Jessie J. Gardner Morgan, wife of Edward W. Morgan, a foreman of machinists in the shops of the Union Railroad of the Carnegie Steel Co., at Braddock, is dead, at the family residence, North Braddock, from grip. Mrs. Morgan was a daughter of Mrs. John Sheehan, formerly of North Braddock, now of Oklahoma Territory, and was born in Johnstown about 40 years ago, removing to Braddock with her mother about 20 years ago. She was one of the leading workers in the North Braddock United Brethern Church. She is survived by her mother, three half sisters and two half brothers, and by her husband and one son, George H. Morgan.


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