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BRODE, Mrs. Catherine Gerlach

FROSTBURG
The venerable Mrs. Catherine Brode still continues ill at her home, 208 West Mechanic street.
Evening Times - Cumberland, Maryland - Monday - October 14, 1912 - Page 5
(Courtesy of Bob Thompson)
Posted July 30, 2010


 



 

BRODERICK, William

Councilman Wm. Broderick has been very sick the past few days, but is now improving vastly.
Evening Times - Cumberland, Maryland - Tuesday - August 22, 1905 - Page 3
(Courtesy of Bob Thompson)
Posted July 30, 2010


 


CHAMBERS, Bernard J.

Mrs. Mary B. Chambers, this city, and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Folk and Clarence Folk, Homestead, Pa., were summoned to Cleveland by the serious illness of Bernard Chambers.
Wednesday, 13 September 1939; Cumberland Evening Times
~Genie
Posted September 10, 2011



 

FRIEND, Joseph

Swanton, Md., Official Injured, But Wounds Negro Yegg.

By the Associated Press.

"Cumberland, Sept. 18.- Swathed in bandages and suffering from fractured jaw bone, as well as lacerations and bruises about his face and head. Joseph Friend, postmaster at Swanton, Garrett county, tonight is in a local hospital recovering from the assault of a negro, who attempted to rob the post office late Thursday night.
The negro, who was wounded by Friend, is in a critical condition  in the same hospital. He has bullet wounds in his head and abdomen, and is being guarded by U. S. Deputy Marshall John W. Dougherty. He said he is 24 years old, and gave a Baltimore address."
Source: The Frederick Post; Frederick, Maryland; September 19, 1925;  page 1.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted March 13, 2010


 



HANLIN, Wilson

Wilson Hanlin is having a serious time with asthma. Dr Drinkwater is rendering medical aid.
KEYSER TRIBUNE, KEYSER, MINERAL COUNTY W VA., FRIDAY SEPT 20, 1907
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted July 30, 2010


 



HARRISON, Jasper

Cumberland Evening Times - May 14, 1964
Jasper Harrison, McCoole, is a medical patient in Potomac Valley Hospital.
(Courtesy of Patty Friend-Thompson)


 



JOHNS, Mrs. George

Mrs. George Johns, 1109 Virginia avenue, is improving at Memorial Hospital, following a Caesarian operation.
Cumberland Evening Times - Cumberland, Maryland - Friday - June 10, 1938 - Page 15
(Courtesy of Bob Thompson)
Posted July 30, 2010


 



 

KOELKER, William

[Special Dispatch to the Baltimore Sun]
Cumberland, Md., Feb. 19 - Wm. Koelker, a transfer clerk in the offices of the Adams Express Company, was seriously hurt this afternoon while unloading goods from the cars at Central Station.  A truck bedside which he was working upset and tumbled 1,000 pounds of express goods upon him.  His injuries may prove fatal.
February 20, 1894, The Baltimore Sun
(Courtesy of Theresa Burba)


 



 

LAYMAN, George

George Layman, a carpenter, while working at Frostburg, Monday, accidentally cut himself with an adse in the head, and nearly bled to death before assistance was rendered.  He will recover.
July 14, 1880, The Baltimore Sun
(Courtesy of Theresa Burba)


 


 LAYMAN, John

How Layman's Legs Were Broken
John Layman, aged forty-nine years, an employe of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, residing at 2613 North Fremont avenue, was thrown from a ladder at 5 o'clock yesterday morning in front of Camden Station and had both legs broken below the knees.
Layman was trimmng an electric light in front of the station, and had ascended to the top round of the fourteen foot ladder, when some on hurrying along the pavement struck against the ladder and knocked it from under Layman.  He fell heavilly to the pavement and was found lying there groaning in agony by Patrolman Weaver.  The man who knocked the ladder from under him disappeared.  The injured man was removed to the Maryland University Hospital.  He has a wife and one child.
February 17, 1899, The Baltimore Sun
(Courtesy of Theresa Burba)


 



 

McPARTLAND, Richard

LATEST NEWS OF LONACONING
Richard McPartland and little son are ill with typhoid fever at their home on Buck Hill.
Evening Times - Cumberland, Maryland - Wednesday - October 16, 1907 - Page 2
(Courtesy of Bob Thompson)
Posted July 30, 2010



MERTENS, Miss Emma
 
"Miss Mertens Critically Ill. Miss Emma Mertens, only daughter of the late Frederick Mertens is very ill at her home, No. 11 Baltimore street.  Last night Dr. Howard Kelley of Baltimore, was called here to consult with her local physicians, Drs. A. Leo Franklin, James T. Johnson, W. W. Wiley, C. L. Owens.  It was deemed unwise to operate.  This afternoon late it was stated that Miss Mertens was no better and that her condition was most critical.  She is a sister of Mr. Frederick Mertens of Washington, D. C., who is at her bedside and of Messrs. John, Henry and William Mertens of this city.  Dr. Kelly returned to Baltimore this morning."
Evening Times, Cumberland, Maryland, 2 Dec 1911
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted August 3, 2012



 

SKIDMORE, William

A Frostburg Citizen Injured
Tuesday evening William Skidmore, fifty-six years of age, while out driving in his buggy, met with a serious accident. His horse ran away and threw him from the buggy, and mangled him so that he is in a precarious situation.
Evening Times - Cumberland, Maryland - Thursday - September 12, 1895 - Page 1
(Courtesy of Bob Thompson)
Posted July 30, 2010


 



 

STEVEY, Alex

Mr. Alex Stevey, who also works at Klondike mines had his left leg badly crushed and several small bones broken while at work a few days ago.  Mr. Stevey had loaded a car and was running it out on the heading, standing on the rear end of the car, with his left leg on the brake, on reaching the switch in the main heading the car jumped the track and went down in a hole throwing the rear end up against the rib, catching Mr. Stevey between the car and the coal.  He was taken to his home, where a physician was called and reduced the fracture and rendered medical aid.
June 18, 1906, Cumberland Evening Times


 




WINEBRENNER, M. E.

M. E. Winebrenner, son of G. W. Winebrenner, fell from the top of a carload of lumber at the Allegany Furniture Works, Cumberland, this morning and was seriously injured about the head and spine.
January 22, 1897, The Baltimore Sun
(Courtesy of Theresa Burba)


 



 

WOLFE,  Charles

Master Charles Wolfe, son of J. H. Wolfe, of Ridgeley, was seriously injured yesterday at the Western Maryland railroad shops by a piece of steel which penetrated his body, making a very painful wound.
April 21, 1908, Cumberland Evening Times


 



 


 




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