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|June 30, 1946
George Bertram Lydic, a resident of Dayton for the past 47 years died in his home there Sunday morning
The deceased was a member of the Dayton council of the Dayton Methodist Church, of which he was a Sunday School superintendent, he taught the Men's Bible Class and was a member of the church borard of trustees. He was also a member of the I.O.O.F. Lodge and had followed the carpenter's trade most of his life. He was held in high esteem in Dayton and his death is sincerely mourned.
He was born 4 Feb. 1871, near Cookport, Indiana
Co, the son of Ellito M. and Lucina Butterbaugh Lydic.
Mrs. Caroline Lydic
Funeral rites were held Sunday in Hillsdale, followed by interment in Cherry Tree, for Mrs. Carolyn Lydic, aged 68, widow of William Lydic, who died Thursday in her home in Montgomery Twp. A daughter of George and Caroline (Stahl) Pittman, she is survived by one son, Theodore at home.
Rachel Lydic died at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Alice Hadden in Cherryhill Twp nnear Buck Run on Saturday at 1:00
a.m. She was born in Grant Twp Indiana co on 3 Dec, 1860, a daughter of
John and Margaret Jeffries McCracken. She was the widow of John A. Lydic.
Mrs. Sara E. Lydic, 94, a lifelong resident of S. Mahoning Twp, died at 5 a.m. today in the home of Cree Lydic. An obituary will b given in Thursday's listing.
28 Dec, 1938
Mrs. Sara E. Lydic, aged 94, Widow of Samuel
A. Lydic, of S. Mahoning Twp, died at 6 a.m. yesterday in the house of
her son Cree Lydic, near Plumville.
Mrs. Martha Lydic, a well-known resident of Cookport, died on 8 Feb at the age of 63 years, one month and 13 days. She is survived by nine children as follows; Charles and Jess of Johnstown; Ambrose of Mahaffey; Jeremiah at Cookport; Mrs. Mabel Craig of Pittsburgh; Bert, of Lovejoy; Harry, Otta and Alice at home. Two brothers, William and Henry Bagley of Cookport and one sister, Mrs. Sarah Allison of Blairsville, are living. Interment in Methodist Cemetery near Cookport.
MRS. MAGGIE JANE LYDIC
13 April, 1953
Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon for Mrs. Maggie Jane Lydic, of Indiana RD4 who died at her late home on Wednesday. Services were held from the home of her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs. John Repine, 5th and maple Streets, Indiana with the Rev. J.E. Wheeling officiating. Burial was made in Oakland Cemetery at Indiana.
Born 9 January, 1883 at Westmont, Maryland, a daughter of the late Wm. and Muhalda Trenneman Kelplinger, she has resided in the vicinity of Indiana for the past 27 years.
Widow of Elmer B. Lydic, she is survived by one son, Elmer L. Lydic, Erie, Pa; six daughters: Miss Lucille Lydic, Mrs. Frank Isenberg, Mrs. Fero Lydic, Mrs. John Repind, Mrs. Rosetta Black. One brother, Morgan Keplinger, and two sisters, Mrs. agnes Smith and Mrs Ella Starkey
11 May, 1933
JOHN A. LYDIC, aged 42 of Mechanicsburg Brushvalley township, was instantly killed about 9:05 p.m. Sunday when an automobile in which he was riding crashed into a telephone pole in the William Pen Highway, two miles east of Armagh. Four other persons were injured.
Ralph M. Baird, aged 44, of Talbot Ave, Braddock, driver of the car, told highway patrolmen, they said that the right front door of the car opened and struck the pole, causing the car to crash. Police reported that he was examined by Dr. McElwee of the Cresson, Sanitorium, a passing motorist and pronounced under the influence of liquor. Baird, who suffered slight injuries, was lodged in the county jail to await an inquest.
George Lydic, aged 72, father of the man
who was killed as his skull was fractured and his body crushed in the crash;
Chapman Lydic, aged 35, a brother, both of Seward, and Mrs. Jessie Lydic
Rummel of Braddock, his sister, also were injured. The father and brother
were taken to Lee Hospital, Johnstown, by Constable Donald McMullen of
Armagh, the father having suffered lacerations of the forehead and the
son lacerations of the chin and neck and a puncture wound of the right
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