The The Birmingham Eccentric Jan 29 1953
Joseph A. McHugh, 76, 883 Southfield, died at his residence after a year's illness.
A native of Rennellsville, Pa., he was born on Dec. 22, 1876. He married Blanche Lafferty at Raton, N.M. In 1902 and came here from Clovis N.M. Eight years ago.
He retired a short time ago after 46 years as conductor as conductor for the Santa Fe Railroad and was member of the Order of Railroad Conductors.
Besides his widow he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Garland Tait, of Birmingham and Mrs. Carroll Osmun of Pontiac, three sisters Mrs. J. Finney and Ms. Madge McHugh of Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. D. Miller of Los Angeles, Calif. Three grandchildren also survive.
Services were held at the Temple of Memories, White Chapel cemetery Tuesday afternoon under the direction of the Manley Bailey funeral home. The Rev. Harold E. Towns officiated.
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