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TUCKER, Edward & Mrs. Eva, nee Warnick


CUMBERLAND MD, OCT 14 - The funeral of Mrs. Eva Tucker, 27 years old, and her husband, Edward Tucker, 36 years old, who were found at their home at Garrett, Somerset Co, Pa., Friday evening with their throats cut, took place yesterday. The woman was buried at her old home at Rees' Mill, near Keyser W. Va. Tucker was buried at Garrett. After supper Tucker and his father, Walter Tucker, retired to the front porch to smoke, while the young wife cleared the table. Mrs. Tucker went upstairs, a half hour later, followed by her husband. Right after, the elder Tucker heard the sound of a falling body on the second floor. He found his son and the wife lying on the floor. Blood was gushing from deep gashes in their throats. Both were dead. Close to the son's body was a bloody razor. There was no evidence of a struggle. Their only child, Eleanor, aged one year, was playing on the bed. Tucker was formerly a telegraph operator in the United States navy and it is stated that he was discharged about five years ago for misconduct. Since he has been working in the coal mines. Mrs. Tucker, was a daughter of W. Z. Warnick, and a former school teacher of Mineral county, W. Va. It is stated that Tucker had been complaining of a pain in his head and had been acting queerly. His father and three brothers had been watching him and had arranged to take him to Meyersdale Saturday morning to have him examined.
Keyser Tribune, October 18, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 1, 2010
 



 

TUCKER, Stickley

Mrs. Chas S. Caldwell received a message last Friday informing her of the death of her nephew, Attorney Stickley Tucker, at Amherst C. H., VA.
Keyser Tribune, January 3, 1913
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 20, 2010



TUMMINO, Lawrence A.

FROSTBURG - Lawrence A. "Larry" Tummino, 83, of Frostburg, died Sunday, September 7, 2003, at Sacred Heart Hospital. He had been a resident of Frostburg Village Nursing Home. Born May 7, 1920, in Dunlo, PA, he was the son of the late Salvatore and Rose Tummino. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Esther (Quartucci) Tummino, three sisters and five brothers. Mr. Tummino was owner of Windsor Barber Shop, Cumberland, and was a barber for sixty-five years. He was a member and an usher at St. Michael's Catholic Church. He was an Army veteran of World War II, having served in Italy. He was a lifetime member of American Legion Post #24, Knights of Columbus, Frostburg Council #1442, and Frostburg Lions Club. Surviving are two sons: Gary Tummino and wife Arlene, Frostburg, and Dennis Tummino and wife Monica, LaPlata, MD; six grandchildren: Amy Phillips and husband Erik, Frostburg; David Tummino, LaVale, Erin Tummino and fiance Sean Mowbray, Frostburg; Kevin Tummino, Frostburg, Brooke Tummino, Myrtle Beach SC, and Jenna Tummino, LaPlata; and one sister, Lucy Beers and husband Calvin, Mesa, AZ. Friends will be received at the Sowers Funeral Home, P.A., 60 W. Main St., Frostburg, on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Knights of Columbus and the Frostburg Lions will hold memorial services. Mass of the Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Michael's Catholic Church on Wednesday at 9:30 a. m. with Father William E. Moody officiating. Interment will be in Sunset Memorial Park. Graveside military honors will be accorded by American Legion Farrady Post #24. Pallbearers will be David Tummino, Kevin Tummino, Erik Phillips, Sean Mowbray, Enoch Price and William Price. Memorial contributions may be directed to Frostburg Village Nursing Home, l Kaylor Circle, Frostburg, MD 21532. 
Sunday, September 7, 2003; Sowers Funeral Home, Frostburg, Maryland
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted February 15, 2014

Name:  Floyd D. Tunstall, 65, of Acosta

Parents: James and Kathryn (Morgan) Tunstall

DOB: July 12, 1945 in Acosta

DOD: May 12, 2010 in Johnstown 

Spouse: none noted

Predeceased by: parents; sister, Martha Penrod. 

Survived by: sister Elva Jean Miller of Friedens; brothers, James Tunstall of Acosta; Paul Tunstall of Johnstown; sisters Esther Boden of Acosta; Mary Tunstall of Somerset; and brother Samuel Tunstall of Acosta

Burial:  not noted

Source: Robert H. Halverson Funeral Home, Somerset, PA
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted March 1, 2014


 


Anthony Turk

TURK, Anthony

Eckhart - Anthony Turk, 67, of here, died yesterday en route to Miners Hospital after he was stricken at his home. Born in Yougoslavia, he was a retired miner and was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church and the United Mine Workers of America.  His wife, Lavine (Porter) Turk, preceded him in death. He is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Lane Campbell, Eckhart, and Darlene, Maria and Geraldine Turk, all at home, and two grandchildren. The body is at the Durst Funeral Home, Frostburg, where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow. The rosary will be recited at the funeral home tomorrow at 8 p.m. A requiem mass will be celebrated on Thursday at 9:30 a.m. in St. Michael's Catholic Church by Rev. Regis F. Larkin, assistant pastor. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Pallbearers will be Nathan Porter, Leslie Duckworth, John Bollinger, DeSales Barry, George Skidmore and Douglas Wright
Cumberland Evening Times. Jan. 21, 1958
(Courtesy of Dave Gracie)



 

TURLEY, Harry, Sr.

MT. SAVAGE — Harry Turley Sr., 91, of Church Street, Mt. Savage died Saturday at Sylvan Retreat following a long illness. Born in Brierly Hill, Staffordshire, England, he was a son of the late Enoch and Eliza (Cartwright) Turley. His wife, Mrs. Sarah Jane (Snelson) Turley, died in 1947. Mr. Turley was a retired employe of the Amcelle Plant of Celanese Fibers Corporation and was a member of St. George Episcopal Church, Mt. Savage. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Coleman and Mrs. Mary O'Neal, both of Cumberland; four sons, W. Thomas Turley and John Turley Sr., both of Cumberland; Arthur Turley, LaVale, and George Turley, Berwyn Heights, 26 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. The body is in the George Funeral Home, Cumberland, where friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Burial office will be read tomorrow at 2 p. m. at St. George Episcopal Church by Rev. William E. McGrew, rector. Burial will be in the church cemetery.
The Cumberland News, December 2, 1968
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted December 5, 2010



TURLEY, Miss Kate

"Death's Doings-Miss Kate Turley, the last survivor of one ot the oldest families about here, died yesterday afternoon, Thursday, Nov. 8, 1917, about 1 o'clock, at her home on Ashfield street, from heart trouble, aged about 70 years.  She had been a patient at Allegany Hospital for five weeks, but was brought to her home here three weeks ago.  She continued to fail steadily and for twenty-four hours was in an unconscious condition.  Two nieces, Mrs. Annie Bevans, of Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Rose Noland, of National, are the nearest surviving relatives.  The funeral will be held tomorrow, Saturday morning from St. Peter's Catholic church, Westernport, at 9:30 o'clock."
The Herald, Piedmont, West Virginia, Fri 9 Nov 1917
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted September 3, 2011
 



TURLEY, Mildred Elwilda Puffinburger

LAVALE — Mildred Elwilda Turley, 99, of LaVale, died on Friday, Feb. 24, 2012, at her home surrounded by her loved ones. She was an angel on Earth and is now watching down on us all. Born May 27, 1912, in Points, W.Va., she was the daughter of the late Montary Puffinburger and Eva Elizabeth (Graybel) Puffinburger. She was also preceded in death by her first husband, Harry James Short, on April 15, 1956; her second husband, Arthur Turley, on Aug. 22, 2003; a daughter, Betty Lou Proud as well as five brothers and three sisters. Mildred was a member of Park Place United Methodist Church; the Womens’ Society of Park Place; as well as the LaVale Homemakers Club. Mildred is survived by her loving daughter, Vickie Crowe and husband *Jim, of LaVale; a son, Donald Short and wife Gerry, of Fort Pierce, Fla.; seven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; two great-great grandchildren; as well as a sister, Kathryn Peet, of Wellsville, N.Y. Friends will be received at the Adams Family Funeral Home, P.A., 404 Decatur St., Cumberland, on Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012, from 3 to 6 p.m. A funeral service will be conducted in the funeral home on Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012, at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Diane Smith officiating. Interment will be in Hillcrest Memorial Park. A special thanks to Dr. Bollino and his staff, home hospice, and three special sitters, Diane, Crystal, and Phyllis for the tremendous care and support they provided Mildred and the family. The family requests that memorials be made to c/o WMHS home hospice.
*James D. Crowe, son of Walter E. & Nannie Arnold Crowe
Cumberland Times-News, February 25, 2012
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted March 3, 2012


TURNBULL, Mrs. Florence Murphy

LONACONING.—Services for Mrs. Florence Turnbull, 71, wife of Robert Turnbull, Sr., who died Sunday at her home in Detmold after an illness of eight months, will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. from the residence, by Rev Stanley Jewell, pastor of Barton Presbyterian Church. Born in West Virginia, Mrs Turnbull was a daughter of the late John and Anne (O'Haver) Murphy. Surviving are five: children, Mrs. Christina Mclndoe, Mrs. Ruth Cuthbertson and Mrs. Elizabeth Klrkwood, all of Lonaconing; Robert Turnbull, Jr, Baltimore, and Mrs. Florence Liller, Barton.
Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., Tuesday, September 2, 1947 - pg 13, col 5
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted July 23, 2011



TURNBULL, Robert

LONACONING - Robert Turnbull, 89, of W. Main St., died this morning at Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser. He was born in Scotland, the son of the late Robert and Christine Dobson Turnbull. His wife, the former Florence Murphy, preceded him in death. He Is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Christine Mclndoe and Mrs. Ronald Cuthbertson. both of Lonaconing; Mrs. John Kirkwood, Washington, D. C.: Mrs. Charles Liller, Barton; one son, Robert, Baltimore; one sister, Mrs. Margaret Lauder, Belle Vernon, Pa.; ten grandchildren and 2J greatgrandchildren. The body is at the Eichhorn Funeral Home where services will be conducted by Rev. George Roberts of Barton Presbyterian Church al 2 p. m. on Wednesday. Interment will be at Laurel Hill Cemetery.
Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., Monday, July 29, 1963 - pg 16, col 5
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted July 27, 2011 



TURNBULL, William

Lonaconing, August 29 - William Turnbull, 67, of Lonaconing, was electrocuted last night shortly after 5 o'clock at the Castle mine, where he was a night watchman. Dr. Linnie H. Corson, county medical examiner, said Turnbull died enroute to the hospital from burns suffered on his left hand. Dr. Corson said a fellow worker, Charles T. Johnson, Barton, was outside the shanty when the bulb exploded and saw Turnbull fall to the floor. Johnson said Turnbull was screwing the bulb into the socket when it exploded and he squeezed the wires and then slumped to the floor. Turnbull had begun work at 3 o'clock. A life-long resident of Lonaconing, "Wally" as Mr. Turnbull was known, had been employed at the mine for a number of years. Surviving are his widow, the former Miss Jane Darnley; two sons, Robert Turnbull and John Turnbull, both of Lonaconing; one daughter, Mrs. Claude Rogers, Burlington, W. Va., and the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas, Hyattsville; Mrs. John Lauder, Bell Vernon, Pa.; Mrs. William Warnick, Moscow; Robert Turnbull, Lonaconing; Isaac Turnbull, Cumberland, and James Turnbull. Bell Vemon, Pa. Mr. Turnbull was a member of George Creek Valley Lodge, A. F. and A. M. and the Jr. O. U. A. M.
The Cumberland Evening Times, August 29, 1942
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted August 6, 2011




TURNER, Andrew

Cumberland Md, May 24
Andrew Turner, a miner, was instantly killed when run over by a car in the sand house of the Merchant's Coal Co at Boswell today. He was asleep on the track and his presence not being known the loaded cars were sent over him.
Keyser Tribune, May 31, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 5, 2010



 TURNER, Charles
 
Word has been received of the death of Charles W. Turner, aged 55, which occured last Friday at his home in Shalmar, Md., from injuries sustained in a mine accident. Funeral services were held Sunday, past. Those attending from this city were Mr. and Mrs. George McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stark, John Stark, Henry Stark, David Stark, Charles Stark, Benjamin Rowe and Miss Marie McKenzie. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Katie Stark Turner and two daughters.
The Cumberland Evening Times, September 24, 1930
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 19, 2012




TURNER, J. R.

J. R. Turner, a pioneer of Grafton, who had been an employee of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad since early manhood died suddenly while going over the bridge to his home. He had heart trouble. He was 64 years of age and is survived by his wife, one son, and two daughters. Mr Turner began work for the B & O railroad when a young man had been with them ever since. For many years he ran on through freight between Grafton and Parkersburg but owing to advancing years was given a turn in the Grafton yards, which he had for several years. He continued firing one of the yard engines until within the past few months when he found it necessary to go on the sick list.
Keyser Tribune, December 20, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 11, 2010

 

TURNER, Mrs. Katherine Stark
 
KITZMILLER — Mrs. Katherine Turner, 69, widow of Charles William Turner, died Monday night at the home of her son, Edward C. Turner, East Main Street, here. She had been in failing health ten years. Born near Lonaconing, she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Stark. Besides Edward C. Turner, she is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Irene Markley, of Kitzmiller, and Mrs. Hallie Iser, of McCoole; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Rowe and Mrs. Annie McKenzie; five brothers, John, Joseph, Charles, David, and Henry Stark, of Frostburg; ten grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 1 p. m. in the Kitzmiller Presbyterian Church with Rev. Jonathan Edwards, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in the Odd Fellow's Cemetery at Elk Garden, W. Va.
The Cumberland Evening Times, March 9, 1949
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 19, 2012



TURNER, Rev. M. V.

Rev. M. V. Turner, who would have been 70 years old New Year's day, is dead at Grafton from pneumonia. He was one of the leading ministers of the colored Baptist church in W. Va. He opened up all the work among the colored people along the line of the Western Md. Railway in W. Va. and he established the churches at Elkins.
Keyser Tribune, December 15, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 11, 2010

 


 

TURNER, Miss Maggie

Cumberland Md, Feb 14 - Saying as he claims, jestingly, "I will shoot your toes off," Lint Helmick, son of George W. Helmick, at Hendricks, W. VA., discharged a rifle with which he had been hunting and the ball entered the stomach of Miss Maggie Turner, aged nineteen years. She died in a few hours. Helmick had been called to dinner, and because of his being slow, Miss Turner said she would take a broomstick to him. He was at the time fumbling with the loaded gun. The shooting, which Helmick says was accidental, followed. No one witnessed the tragedy.
Keyser Tribune, February 21, 1913
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 25, 2010



TURNER, Miss May (see follow-up story "Murder & Mayhem")

With the top of her head blown off, Miss May Turner of New Baltimore, Somerset County, was found at the home of Howard Corley near New Buena Vista, Juniata Township, this county, Sunday afternoon, breathing her last. Corley says he believes the girl committed suicide, but this theory is discredited by all who have been connected with the investigation. The discrediting of the suicide theory advanced by Corley is due to the fact that the almost lifeless body of the girl was found in the room, with the shotgun containing a recently-exploded shell standing nearby, while there was a broken pane of glass in the window through which the shot had entered and numerous tiny leaden pellets were found imbedded in the wall in range with the hole in the window pane. Broken glass was strewn over the table at which the young lady was sitting when shot, and the floor was covered with spots of blood and pieces of the broken glass. There is no doubt that the person who fired the shot at the girl placed the weapon in the room after the crime was committed in order to leave the impression that the girl had fired the shot that ended her life. According to all the information obtained, Miss Turner, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Turner, of New Baltimore, last Thursday went to the home of Corley, who is her uncle, to keep house for him during the absence of Mrs. Corley, who was visiting her father, Solomon Ritchey, in Napier Township, this county. Miss Turner had in her care at the time three small children. Corley said he was out in the haymow of his barn at the time the girl was shot and that the first he knew of the tragedy was when one of his little sons ran to him and told him of finding the wounded girl in the room. Corley says he did not hear the shot. The child when questioned said he was playing in an outhouse when he heard the shot and soon afterward found the wounded girl and ran to the barn, telling his father what had happened. Corley then notified Squire Bittner, the nearest neighbor, and when Mr. Bittner appeared he found the girl unconscious and breathing her last, a gaping wound in the head being the cause of death. Sheriff Grant Dodson, Deputy Sheriff Andrew Dodson, District Attorney D. C. Reiley and Miss Lulu Naus, a stenographer, went to New Buena Vista Monday morning and secured all the evidence available, including a statement from Corley to the effect that he believed the girl had fired the shot that ended her life. When Corley was shown how the shot had plowed through the window and some of the leaden missiles had struck the wall on the other side of the room, he is reported to have said that he could offer no explanation as to these phases of the situation. So far as could be learned from the county officials who investigated the case, no motive for the crime has yet been established. It is believed, however, that evidence of direct nature is being withheld for the inquest, which is expected to place the crime upon the suspect. It is said that Corley was drunk Saturday night and Sunday, and when in this condition is considered a bad man. Squire L. C. Markle of New Buena Vista, acting deputy coroner, empaneled the following jury: S. C. Mowry, John M. Housel, H. E. Whisker, Bruce Zeigler, A. P. Suter and Harry Suter, which met on Monday and questioned Corley, his children and several others, but no agreement was reached by the jury. It is likely that another meeting will be held today, when a verdict will be rendered, as to how the young girl came to her death, and who is responsible for the deed. The funeral of the murdered girl was held Wednesday morning at New Baltimore in the Roman Catholic Church, of which she was a member. She was about 18 years old, was a comely young lady, and was held in high esteem by all who knew her.
The Bedford Gazette, October 24, 1913
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 4, 2011

[note:The Cumberland Evening Times of October 21, 1913, states that Miss Turner was the daughter of Emanuel Turner of New Buena Vista.]






Rebecca E. Turner
(Courtesy of Pat Robison)
Posted December 26, 2011




TURNEY, Mrs. Elizabeth Walter

OAKLAND—Mrs. Elizabeth Turney, 69, of 316 South Sixth Street, died yesterday, at Garrett County Memorial Hospital where she was a patient over three months. Born in Oakland she was a daughter.of the late Lewis and Ella (Little) Walter. Her husband, William Turney, preceded her in death. She was a member of St. Mark's Lutheran Church and a charter member of Garrett Temple 17, Pythian Sisters.
Surviving are two daughters, Miss Ellen Turney, at home; Mrs. Betty Brown, Wilmington, Del; three brothers, Albert, David and Phillip Walter, at home; two grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. The body is at the Minnich Funeral Home where friends will be received today from 7 until 9 p.m and tomorrow from 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p.m. Pythian Sisters will conduct a memorial service there tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. A service will be conducted at the funeral home Wednesday at 2 p.m. by Rev. Luther Seibert of Red House Lutheran Church.  Interment will be in Oakland Cemetery.
Cumberland Evening Times, Monday September 9, 1963
Posted June 22, 2009



 

TURNEY, Mrs. Mary Margaret Schlossnagle

Mrs. Margaret Turney
Oakland, Md., July 21.—Funeral servic«s for Mrs. Mary Margaret Turney, 82, who died Sunday night, were held this afternoon at the home. Rev. Charles A. Shilke, pastor of. St. Mark's Lutheran Church, officiated. Interment was In Oakland Cemetery.
Mrs. Turney was born at Accident, a daughter of Charles Schlossnagle and Margaretta George Schlossnagle, natives of Germany.
Surviving are seven children, Mrs. Clara Glotfelty, Spokane, Wash.; Truman Turney, Grey bull, Wyo.; Mrs. James Glotfelty, McHenry; Oscar Turney, Mrs. Alma Hansen and Mrs. Fazzalari, Oakland, and the Rev.Homer Turney, Indianapolis, Ind.

Cumberland Evening Times, Wednesday, July 21, 1937
Posted June 22, 2009



 

TURNEY, Mrs. Susan

Mrs. Susan Turney died at Mountain Lake at 2 o'clock Monday morning, following a lingering illness, at the age of 63.  One daughter, Mrs. Stanley Wolfe, of Morgantown, survives with six brothers and the husband, Frank Turney. 
Funeral services and interment took place Wednesday at Accident, Md.
Cumberland Evening Times, Thursday, January 24, 1935
Posted June 22, 2009



 


William Newton Turney

TURNEY, William N.

Oakland. Md - July 1
Services for William N. Turney who died suddenly at his _____ Oakland on Tuesday after____ conducted from his re_______ Sixth street this afternoon__________  interment in Oakland cemetery_______, _ert Allen, student pastor of G____ Memorial Presbyterian church, Oakland, had charge.
Mr. Turney has resided in Oakland for the past nineteen years, being  honorably discharged from the United States Army following service of eighteen years.
He was a brother of Mrs.___ VanSickle, Cumberland.

Friday, July 1, 1938, Cumberland Evening Times
Posted June 22, 2009



 

TUSING, Charles Edward, Sr.

OAKLAND - Charles Edward Tusing Sr., 56, of Swallow Falls, died suddenly Saturday while working on his farm there. Born in Oakland September 6, 1907, he was a son of the late Isaac and Margaret (Wilson) Tusing. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary (Knox) Tusing; two sons, Charles Tusing Jr. and Robert Tusing, both at home; four daughters, Betty Tusing, Dorothy Tusing, Alice Tusing and Carolyn Tusing, all at home; a brother, Harry Tusing, Swallow Falls, and two sisters, Mrs. Alice Cogley, Baltimore and Mrs. Ethel Tasker, Oakland. The body is at the Minnich Funeral Home. A service will be conducted today at 2 p. m. with Rev. Donald Matthews officiating. Interment will be in Oakland Cemetery.
The Cumberland News, June 29, 1964
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted January 10, 2010

 


 

TUSING, Henry

HARTMONSVILLE - Mr Henry Tusing, well known to many readers of the Tribune, was found dead in bed at Mr. J. H. Endler's near Mt Storm last Monday morning. He was taken through here for burial at Elk Garden yesterday, Tuesday. We did not hear the cause of his death.
Keyser Tribune, October 27, 1911
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted July 29, 2010



 

TUSING, Martha Kathryn

OAKLAND —*Mary Catherine Tusing[sic], four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tusing, Swallow Falls Road, died recently in Garrett County Hospital of burns sustained when her clothing caught fire in the kitchen of her home. The child's dress apparently caught fire from the kitchen range and she then ran to the nearby home of her uncle, *George[sic] Tusing, where her mother was visiting. The child was taken to the hospital by a passing motorist. Besides her parents, she is survived by a sister, Mary, and three brothers, Harry Jr., James R., and Randall T., all at home. Services were held at the Leighton Funeral Home here. Rev. George Simpson officiated and interment was in Oakland Cemetery.
The Cumberland Evening Times, February 28, 1952
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted January 10, 2010

*Note: From Patricia Sines-Tusing, Name is Martha Kathryn; uncle's name is Charles (June 2, 2010).


 




TUTWILER/TUTWILLER, Jacob Oliver

Clarksburg - Jacob Oliver Tutwiller, said to be the last surviving captor of John Brown at Harpers Ferry, died today at the home of his son Charles at Northview, where he was visiting. He was 83 years old. He guarded the noted raider 146 nights in the old jail at Charles Town, W. Va. His body will be taken to that city for the funeral and burial.
Mineral Daily News, August 8, 1913
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted October 9, 2010



 

TUTWILER, Mrs. Jo

BEAVER RUN ITEMS - A message came today (Tues) that Mrs. Jo Tutwiler died this morning. It will be remembered that only a few weeks ago her baby, several months old, preceded her to the spirit land.
Keyser Tribune, December 15, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 11, 2010

 


 

TWIGG, Charles Jacob

Charles Jacob Twigg, 674 Fayette Street, died yesterday at Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. Born in Twiggtown, Pa., he was a son of the late Robert and Lavina (Miller) Twigg. Mr. Twigg was a retired crane operator for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, a member of St. Mark's United Church of Christ, the B&O Veterans, Senior Citizens, Sixty-Plus Club and the Junior Order of American Mechanics, number 700, Johnstown, Pa., and had been chairman of Electrical Workers Union Local 870 before his retirement. He is survived by his widow Anna (Suder) Twigg; one step-son, Carl S. Smith, Cumberland; and one niece, Miss Frances Crist, Cumberland. The body is at the Hafer (Baltimore Avenue) Funeral Home where friends will be received from 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p.m. A service will be conducted there tomorrow at 2 p.m. Rev. W. William Crawford will officiate and interment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery.
The Cumberland Evening Times, July 2, 1970
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted December 5, 2010



 

TWIGG, Charles T.

Charles T. Twigg, 81, retired farmer, died last night at the residence of his daughter, Miss Edith M. Twigg, 213 Maryland Avenue. Born in Oldtown, he was a member of Mt. Olive Methodist Church, near Flintstone.  His parents were the late David C. Melvina (Deffenbaugh) Twigg.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Marie (Stafford) Twigg; five other children by a former marriage, Mrs. Edward Gideon, Miami, Fla.; Mrs. Virginia DeLotell and Mrs. William McClain, Dayton, Ohio; Richard Twigg, Winchester, Va., and Orion Twigg, Oldtown; two sisters, Mrs. John Nuse, this city, and Mrs. Raymond Gattens, Albuquerque, N.M.; eight granchildren and eight great-grandchildren.  A son, Milton D. Twigg, died in August 1943. The body is at the home.  Rites will be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. in Mt. Olice Methodist Church by Rev. Harley L. Wigfield, Pastor of Oldtown Assembly of God Church.  Burial will take place in Twigg Cemetery near Flintstone.
Cumberland Evening Times, Thursday, May 31, 1951



TWIGG, Chester C.

Chester C. Twigg, formerly of Patterson Creek, W. Va., died Thursday in Lorain, Ohio from injuries sustained in an automobile accident.  Born in Patterson Creek, he was a son of Mrs. Madeline Twigg, Patterson Creek, and the late Eugene M. Twigg.  Mr. Twigg was an employee of the Ford Motor Company.  Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Lillian Twigg, three stepdaughters, four stepsons, a brother, Douglas E. Twigg, this city; five sisters, Mrs. Reba McGuire, Mt. Pleasant Road; Mrs. Camilla Dowden, RD 1, Ridgeley; Mrs. Evangeline Radcliff, Patterson Creek; Mrs. Wilma Broil, Baltimore, and Mrs. Dorothea Miller, Grantsville. Services and interment were conducted in Lorain Friday.
Cumberland Times, Page 22; January 26, 1969                
(Courtesy of Pat Robison)
Posted September 1, 2012



 

TWIGG, Clelia Tambolleo

Clelia (nee Tambolleo) Twigg, 83, of Norwood on April 22, 2008 at Crozer Chester Medical Center. She was born June 24, 1924 in Cumberland MD a daughter of the late Nicola and Concetta Tambolleo. Mrs. Twigg graduated from Fort Hill High School in 1942 and was a member of St. Gabriel's Parish in Norwood. Clelia grew up with her husband Harold and they were married in 1953 at St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Cumberland MD. Clelia and her family came to Norwood in 1963 and she was employed for 25 years at Clifton Precision, Litton Ind., retiring in 1987. Clelia was also a member of the Ladies Auxillary of Marian Council #3753 Knights of Columbus and the Four Chaplains. Clelia's late brother Victor was the first MD casualty of WWII. He was aboard the U.S.S. Arizona stationed in Pearl Harbor and was killed along with 1100 other sailors on December 7, 1941. The Victor Tambolleo Catholic War Veterans Home is located in Cumberland MD and is named in his honor. In addition to her parents she was also preceded in death by her husband Harold Twigg and her brother Victor Tambolleo. She is survived by her three sons Terri Twigg (Carol) of Levittown, John Twigg (Margaret) of Collingdale and Michael Twigg (Kathleen) of Glenolden; three granddaughters Samantha and Lindsay Twigg of Collingdale and Destiny Twigg of Glenolden. Relatives and friends are invited to her visitation Thursday evening from 7-9pm and Friday after 8:30am at the Cavanagh Family Funeral Home 301 Chester Pike, Norwood. A Funeral Mass will be held Friday 10am in the Church of St. Gabriel's, Mohawk Ave. Norwood. Interment will follow in Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery, Springfield. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Memorial Fund of St. Gabriel's Parish or to the Benedictine Sisters of Jesus Crucified in c/o Monastery of the Glorious Cross 61 Burban Dr. Branford CT 06405. No funeral service information has been provided by the family or the funeral home.
Source: Tributes.com
(Courtesy of Ruth Sprowls)
Posted May 30, 2010


TWIGG, Eli

Information has been received here on the death at Paris, Ill. of Eli Twigg, a former resident in this county. He was about 81 years of age and had resided on the Read farm on Evitts Creek. He was an uncle to Sheriff William Hodel and also leaves a daughter living in the city, Miss Mayme Twigg. His wife died about 2 years ago and he had been residing with a son. Burial will be in Illinois.
Excerpts from The Cumberland Times; 18 February 1908; transcribed by Charles Often
Posted March 31, 2012


TWIGG, Eli

Eli Twigg, who died in Paris, Ill. on Feb. 17, 1908 of paralysis was a former resident of Cumberland, MD. He resided on the Read farm on Evitts Creek until he moved to Illinois after the war. He was the son of Eli Twigg of Allegany County and was the last of 8 children. His mother was a Miss Hoover who died at his birth. He was the father of 12 children, all of whom still survive with the exception of one son, Joseph, who died last March. His wife died 2 years ago and Miss Mayme T. Twigg of this city is a daughter. One daughter of his second marriage, Mrs Pennell of Oldtown also survives him. Francis Twigg and William I. Twigg of Wine St, this city, are nephews also, sheriff William Hodel and William Twigg of Terre Haute In. He was about 81 years old and received his first stroke of paralysis on March 15, 1906. Since then he has been helpless and unable to speak. A second stroke occured Feb. 17, 1908, and he lingered until death relieved him of his suffering.
Excerpts from The Cumberland Times; 7 March 1908; transcribed by Charles Often
Posted March 31, 2012
 



TWIGG, Harry
 
Harry Twigg, 65, a former resident, died yesterday at his trailer home on U. S. Route 40 in Elkton.  Born in Oldtown, a son of the late James R. and Susie (Howe) Twigg, he was a retired meat cutter and formerly worked for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company.  Surviving are a son, James F. Twigg, of California; three brothers, David D, George and Ammon Twigg, all of Akron; three sisters, Mrs. Emmett Henry and Mrs. Harvey Nixon, both of Oldtown, and Mrs. Frank Conway, Elkton and two grandchildren.  The body will be returned here and taken to the Stein Funeral Home where friends will be received tomorrow from 7 to 9 p. m.  Services will be conducted there Sunday at 2 p. m. by Rev. M. A. Latham, pastor of Oldtown Methodist Church, and interment will be. in Mount Olive Cemetery, Oldtown.
Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., Friday, October 18, 1963 - pg 16, col 3
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted January 26, 2013


TWIGG, James A.

ECKHART — Requiem Mass be celebrated for James A. Twigg, 53, of here, who died Thursday in Miners Hospital, tomorrow at 9:30 a. m. in St. Michael's Catholic Church. Rev. Francis Montgomery will be celebrant and interment will be in the parish cemetery. Pallbearers will be John Rafferty Jr., Joseph O'Brien, Norbert Rafferty Jr., Francis Mc- Donald, John Michaels and Annan Price.
The Cumberland Sunday Times, December 30, 1962
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted December 5, 2010


 

TWIGG, Mrs. Margaret Louise Cope, nee Mears
 
Mrs. Margaret Louise (Mears) Twigg, 34, wife of Joseph G. Twigg, Williams road, died yesterday at Memorial Hospital She was a member of the Dames of Malta, No. 283, city. The body will remain at Hafer's funeral home, where services will be conducted Tuesday at 11 a.m. by the Rev. Louis H. Ewald, rector of Holy Cross Episcopal Church. Interment will be in Mt. Herman Cemetery. Surviving are a son by a former marriage, William Cope, at home; two other sons, Richard and Paul Twigg, at home; four daughters, Dona Lee, Martha and Judith, at home and 10 day old Jane; her mother, Mrs Martha Mears, city; four sisters, Mrs Martha Katsanis, Mrs Frances Wickard, Mrs Elizabeth Fisher and Mrs Mildred Swayne, all of Cumberland and Thomas B Mears, city.
Cumberland Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., Sunday, May 7, 1944 - pg 15, col 2
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted May 5, 2012


 

TWIGG, Mrs. Mary

Mrs. Mary Twigg, widow of Bruce Twigg, died Saturday at Davis, W, Va,, at an advanced age. Her husband died only two weeks ago and his body was interred at Flintstone, his native place. Mr, Twigg was a brother of Dr, A, P, Twigg of Flintstone.
Keyser Tribune, October 11, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 1, 2010



 

TWIGG, Mary Corine

Mary Corine Twigg, 10 months, daughter of James and Margaret Rafferty Twigg, Hyndman, Pa., died Friday at Allegany Hospital where she was admitted August 16.
The Cumberland Sunday Times, August 23, 1942
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted December 5, 2010



TWIGG, Michael J.
 
Michael J. Twigg, 17, of 32 Bridge Street, Ridgeley, died yesterday at Sacred Heart Hospital where he had been admitted September 4. Born in Wurtzburg, Germany, he was a son of Ernest W. and Mary T. (Damaio) Twigg Sr. A senior at Bishop Walsh High School, he was a member of the varsity football and track team and also had done painting and sculptor work for the school. He was a member of St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Ridgeley, and member of Third Order of St. Francis and president of the CYO at SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Besides his parents, he is survived by a sister, Diana Marie Twigg, three brothers, timothy A., Mark A., and Ernest......
(rest of article missing)
Cumberland Evening Times; 13 September 1972
(Courtesy of Dave Gracie/transcribed by Genie)
Posted November 17, 2012


TWIGG, Mrs. Myrtle Viola Walters

HYNDMAN - Mrs. Myrtle Viola Twigg, 71, died Sunday at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Born in Mann's Choice, Pa., she was a daughter of the late Charles and Mary (Herline) Walters. Her husband, William F. Twigg, preceded her in death. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Margaret Kiser, Alum Bank, Pa.; Mrs. Elsie Merkel and Mrs. Betty Emerick, Fairhope, Pa.; Mrs. Dorothy Smith, Bowman's Addition, and Mrs. Catherine Weyant, New Paris, Pa.; six sons, Carl Twigg, Gainesville, Fla.; Leroy Twigg and James Twigg, Hyndman; Robert Twigg, Ravenna, Ohio; Donald Twigg, Paw Paw, and Raymond Twigg, Meyersdale; three brothers, Gordon Miller, Baltimore; Frank Miller, Mann's Choice, and Ross Miller, RD 1, Bedford; one sister, Mrs. Margaret Zembower, Greensburg, Pa.; 61 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. The body is at the Ziegler Funeral Home where friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Services will be conducted there at 2 p. m. tomorrow with Rev. James C. Shockey officiating. Interment will be in Hyndman Cemetery.
The Cumberland News, October 6, 1970
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted April 17, 2011



 TWIGG, N. Bruce

N. Bruce Twigg, aged about 62 years, died Thursday at Davis, W. Va. His remains were brought here today and taken to his old home at Twiggtown for burial tomorrow. The deceased leaves surviving, his widow, three sons and four daughters. He also leaves six brothers, namely: John M. Twigg, near Flintstone; Horace R. Twigg, Bedford Street; Daniel C. Twigg, South Cumberland; Charles J. Twigg and Austin D. Twigg, of Twiggtown; Dr. A. P. Twigg at Flintstone; also three sisters: Mrs. Elmira Johnson, near Six Mile House east of Cumberland; Mrs. Laura Middleton, Spring Gap and Mrs. Susanna Wilson at Rush. -Cumb Times of 16th.
Keyser Tribune, September 20, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 1, 2010




TWIGG, Mrs. .....bella(Sabella?? unreadable) Klipstein

Mrs. ......bella Twigg, aged 48, wife of John H. Twigg, died Tuesday noon at her home, 201 East Franklin street.  Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons, Francis and George Twigg, and two daughters, Mrs. Lous Pennel and Miss Marie Twigg; her father, John Klipstein; two brothers, John and Wesley Klipstein, and three sisters, Mrs. William Custer, Mrs. Lee Ross, and Mrs. George Crawford.  Interment will be in Allegany Cemetery, Frostburg, Thursday afternoon.  Services will be conducted at the house at 1??:45 o'clock by Rev. George Little of Fairview Methodist Protestant Church.
14 April 1920, Cumberland Evening Times
(Courtesy of Ruth Sprowls)
Posted November 26, 2009
 



 

TWIGG, Mrs. Samuel

Mrs. Samuel Twigg, a widow, aged 89 years, was found dead on a sofa at the home of Mrs. George Eline, 236 Columbia Avenue, Cumberland at 3 o'clock February 8, by a member of the household. Mrs. Twigg had been ill for some time. Coroner Franklin B. Beall, who investigated the cause of her death, found it to have been heart failure.
NEWS TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY 17, 1911
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted July 19, 2010
 



TWIGG, Samuel L.

Samuel L. Twigg of Keyser, died here Tuesday night at the Cookerly home on Bedford street, where he had a room. He lived in Cumberland for the past year. Mr. Twigg was 62 years old and well known. His death was caused by heart trouble and a complication of diseases. Surviving are his widow, Mrs Jane Twigg, and four children. Mrs Hattie Kimmell and Millard, Vernon and Thomas Twigg. The body was sent to Keyser W. Va., on train No 55, over the Baltimore and Ohio railroad yesterday afternoon, and taken to the Twigg home near that place. Mr. Twigg was the father of the late Chas E. Twigg of Keyser. - Cumb News of Oct 24th.
The funeral was held at the house yesterday afternoon. Services conducted by Rev. F. H. Havenner, and music by the M E Church choir. Interment in Queen's Point cemetery.

Keyser Tribune, October 25, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 1, 2010




TWIGG, Mrs. Sarah Margaret Brotemarkle

Mrs. Sarah Margaret Twigg, 76, of RD 2 Flintsone, died today in Memorial Hospital following a brief illness. A native of Flintstone, she was the daughter of the late Andrew J. and Alla (Wilson) Brotemarkle.  She was a member of Murley's Branch United Methodist Church. Preceded in death by her husband, David Twigg, she is survived by one son, Andrew C. Twigg, Flintstone; four daughters, Mrs. Roy Morral of Williams Road, Mrs. Basil Marks of Brice Hollow Road, Mrs. Francis Yonker of Flintstone, and Mrs. Ward Struckman of Clear Spring; four brothers, Jesse Brotemarkle, Frank Brotemarkle, Wade Brotemarkle, and Clinton Brotemarkle, all of Cumberland; one sister, Mrs. Mae Mason, Frankfort Road, Wiley Ford, 12 grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. The body is at the Hafer Baltimore Avenue Funeral Home where friends will be received tomorrow and Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m A service will be conducted there Thursday at 1 p.m. by Rev. Douglas L. Sievers of Murley's Branch United Methodist Church.  Interment will be in Hillcrest Burial Park.
Monday, 3 February 1969; The Cumberland Evening Times
Posted June 11, 2011

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