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Charles L. Brown, Mangled by Car,
Dies in The Frederick City
      Charles L. Brown, a resident of
near Trego, died at the City Hospital
on Wednesday the result of injuries
sustained in the Brunswick car shops
on Tuesday. Mr. Brown was employ-
ed as a car repairer and was under
one of the box cars, making repairs,
when a shifting box car came upon
him and the wheels passed over his
body, badly mangling him near the
      He was rushed to the Frederick
City Hospital where he lingered un-
til Wednesday. Mr. Brown was 33
years of age and had been employed
at Brunswick some time. He form-
erly lived near Ijamsville, Frederick
county. He is a member of the B. &
O. Relief Association and Red Men,
of Brunswick.
      The remains were removed to his
late home near Trego late Wednes-
day and were taken in charge by Un-
dertaker E. D. Suman, of Keedys-
      He is survived by his wife, who
was a Miss Daugherty, formerly of
near Ijamsville and four children,
the youngest being eight months old
and the eldest eight years. His
mother, also survives, lives in Pitts-
      A brother William was killed in an
accident at Pittsburgh about four
years ago.
      The funeral will take place Friday,
leaving the house at 1 o'clock. Ser-
vices at the Winebrennarian Church,
Samples' Manor, by Rev. Noah W.
Castle, pastor of the Church of the
Brethren, Brownsville and Rev.
Combs, of the U. B. Church at Roh-
rersville. Pallbearers: G. Barkman,
Clyde V. Potter, Urner Dagenhart,
Charles Gross, Charles Bird and John

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