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Mrs. Elizabeth NESSLER
died in 1935.
Saturday, April 27, 1935, Latrobe Bulletin, page 5, Latrobe, Westmoreland, PA.
Mrs. Elizabeth Nessler
Mrs. Elizabeth Nessler, widow of Joseph, whose death occurred 13 years ago, died at her home on Huckleberry Hill, this morning, at 11:50 o’clock, at the home of 83 years. Ahe is survived by the following sons and daughters: Joseph Jr., and Mary, at home; Mrs. Anna Stouffer, of Greensburg, John and Norbert, of Pittsburgh; Charles, of Monongahela; Mrs. Charles Henry, of Latrobe; Mrs. John Burlas, of Jamison No. 20, and Mrs. Frank Schmucker, of Derry. The following sisters and brothers also survive: Mrs. Will Sheehan, of Latrobe; Mrs. Amanda McGuire, of Crabtree; Sister Evangelus, of North Dakota, and John Ruffner, of Latrobe. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Contributed by Jack O'Connor, seanroconnor@hotmail.com.

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Mrs. Emma NESSLER died in 1915.
Saturday, April 17, 1915, Latrobe Bulletin, page 1, Latrobe, Westmoreland, PA.
MRS. J. S. NESSLER [Emma Pierce] DEAD
Mrs. Joseph Nessler, wife of the shipping clerk at the Greenwald plant of the Donohoe Coal and Coke Company, died at her home, in Greenwald, Thursday evening, following an illness which had lasted about six weeks. She is survived by her husband and four little sons. She was a sister of Mrs. Ray King, whose husband is superintendent of the Greenwald plant. The funeral services will be held in St. Bartholomew’s Church at Crabtree, tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 o’clock, and the internment will follow in St. Vincent’s cemetery. Contributed by Jack O'Connor, seanroconnor@hotmail.com.

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Joseph NESSLER died in 1921.
Thursday, July 28, 1921, Latrobe Bulletin, page 1, Latrobe, Westmoreland, PA.
AGED MAN’S INJURIES FATAL
Joseph Nessler who was struck by an automobile eleven days ago in front of his home on Huckleberry hill, died at 1:10 this morning, as a result of his injuries. The car which struck him was driven by Joseph Bennett, of Greensburg. A merchant in Unity township for fifty years, Mr. Nessler was 74 years old today. He was a member of one of the oldest and best known families in the county. He was a son of Michael and Margaret Nessler, nee McGinnis. Surviving are the widow, who was Miss Elizabeth Ruffner, a daughter of the late Isaac Ruffner, of near New Alexandria; and twelve children as follows: John R. and Norbert, of Pittsburgh; Charles, of Monongahela City; James, of near Greensburg; Joseph, superintendent at the Greenwald works, Leo, of Pitcairn; Mrs. Charles Henry, of Unity township; Mrs. Bert Stauffer, of Donohue; Mrs. John Burlas, of Marguerite; Rose, Lawrence, and Mrs. Mary Pry, at home. The following brothers and sisters survive” Mrs. Mary Stadler, wife of George Stadler; George Nessler and M. G. Nessler, all of Lloyd avenue; Henry Nessler, of Wilkinsburg; Andrew Nessler, of Homewood, Pittsburgh, and Anne, wife of James Moenrue, of Waco, Texas. Mr. Nessler was a lifelong member of St. Vincent’s church. Funeral arrangements will be announced later.
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Friday, July 29, 1921, Latrobe Bulletin, page 1, Latrobe, Westmoreland, PA.
Funeral Services for Mr. Nessler
Funeral services for the late Joseph Nessler will be held tomorrow morning. The cortege will leave the Nessler home at Huckleberry Hill at 8:30, and at nine o’clock, at St. Vincent’s church, a requiem high mass will be said. Internment will be at St. Vincent’s cemetery. Mr. Nessler, whose death was noted yesterday, died in the Greenburg hospital. Contributed by Jack O'Connor, seanroconnor@hotmail.com.

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Joseph NESSLER died in 1956.
Wednesday, October 17, 1956, Latrobe Bulletin, page 19, Latrobe, Westmoreland , PA.
Joseph Nessler
Joseph Nessler, 83, formerly of near Mountain View, died Sunday morning in Buenia Vista, Calif. He is survived by these sons, Donald and Cecil, Buffalo N.Y., and Clifton, Buena Vista, Calif., and six grandchildren. These brothers and sisters also survive: Mrs. Mary Pry, Greensburg; brother Jerome, O.S.B., St. Vincent; Mrs. Bertha Burias, Greensburg; Mrs. Frank (Rose) Shmucker, Somerset. Friends will be received at the Stader Funeral Home from 10 am. to 10 p.m. Thursday. A funeral mass will be held Friday at 9 a.m. in St. Vincent Basilica. Interment will be in St Vincent Cemetery. Contributed by Jack O'Connor, seanroconnor@hotmail.com.

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NEWCOMER
Joseph NEWCOMER
died in 1938.
Word was received here last evening, of the death of Joseph Newcomer at 5:15 p.m., Monday, May 2, 1938, in his home, Jacob's Creek, Westmoreland county, following an illness of complications. Mr. Newcomer would have observed his 87th birthday anniversary, had he lived until June 25. He was preceded in death by his wife, Annette Mherling Newcomer, May 11, 1929. The following sons and daughters survive: Jacob R. Newcomer, of Elrama; John W. Newcomer, Greensburg; Mrs. C. D. Hough, New Salem; Mrs. M. F. Leighty, of Eugene, Oregon; Miss Flora E. Newcomer, at home; Mrs. C. H. King, Wilson, Pa.; Mrs. E. P. Luce, Perryopolis; Mrs. S. S. Bates, Jacob's Creek. A daughter, Mrs. D. C. Sheets, died April 26, 1934. Also surviving are 24 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren. Funeral arrangements have not yet been completed. Contributed by Rich Bentley, richbentley@sbcglobal.net.

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