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James TYSON, 55, died at 8:54 a.m. Monday, June 1, 1931, of heart trouble,
in his home in Sturgeon, after having been bedfast several weeks.
 He was born in England in 1876 the son of James and Margaret HAMILTON
TYSON.  His parents brought him and his brothers to this country when quite
young, settling in Johnstown. The father died 35 years ago and the family
returned to England, coming back to this country five years later, locating
the second time in the Cecil-Bishop locality.
 Mr. TYSON was united in marriage with Edith DUN in May 1908.  He is
survived by two daughters-Mrs. James ROSSER at home and Miss Margaret TYSON,
who stays with the POTTS family in Arnold.  There are also four sisters and
two brothers-Mrs. Jane POTTS of Arnold, Mrs. Elizabeth REDMAN and Margaret
the wife of Christopher BECK of Ingram, Mrs. Annie LEADBEATER of Sturgeon,
William of Cherry Valley, and Harry of Sturgeon.  There is one grandchild,
James ROSSER.
 Funeral services were held on Wednesday afternoon in the home in Sturgeon,
in charge of the Rev. A. R. ARMSTRONG of the Robinson's Run United
Presbyterian church.  Burial was in the Robinson's Run cemetery.
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(Source: June 5, 1931 Obits. McDonald PA Record)
(Contributor: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, vvalentine4@att-nospam-bi.com)

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