Cyrus Williamson, Co. B, 7th Pennsylvania Reserves

People's Advocate and Press: New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania, February 3, 1904, Liverpool.

Cyrus Williamson, formerly of this place, who removed to Steelton, Pa., about three months ago, while picking coal along the tracks of the P. R. R. at that place, was struck by a fast train and instantly killed on the 12th ult., aged 65 years. His body was brought to Liverpool the following day to the home of his brother Newton. Funeral services at the house on the 14th, Rev. J. F. Kelly officiating; interment in Liverpool cemetery. Deceased was a member of Co. B, 7th Reg., P. R. V. C., of the Civil War. Harry Williamson and wife, of Grafton, W. Va., and Peirce Williamson and wife, of Shamokin, Pa., were here in attendance at the Williamson funeral last week.

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