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Body Found on Tussey Mt.

125 Years Ago


Herald of Feb. 28, 1895

The lifeless body of Jacob Fair, about 37, of Entriken was found on top of Tussey Mountain on the road leading from Clover Creek to Cove Station by Jacob Dilling and other persons from near Fredericksburg on their way to the Broad Top coal mines. The body was placed upon a sled and taken to Cove Station, where the Huntingdon County coroner examined it and determined that Fair died of Natural causes while returning from a sale in the Cove.

A severe accident befell Mrs. D.M. Replogle. While driving, her sleigh was upset and resulted in the breaking of her arm.


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