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    FROM THE DuBOIS MORNING COURIER dated 4 Jun 1907:
    Miss Bessie, daughter of Joseph Dungery, of Tyler, and granddaughter of Robert Davie, 
    201 State street, died at her grandfather's last night at 8 o'clock, of typhoid fever. 
    Miss Bessie was fifteen years old and was a general favorite with those who knew her. 
    She was a member of the Presbyterian choir at Penfield. She came here about two weeks 
    ago to visit her relatives.
    Her aunt, Miss Isabelle Davie, who is training for a nurse at the McKees Rocks general 
    hospital arrived home yesterday morning.
    
    FROM THE PENFIELD PRESS dated 7 Jun 1907:
    Bessie Dungey.
    Greatly surprised and deeply grieved were the people of Penfield and Tyler when they 
    learned that death had invaded the home of Joseph Dungey of the latter place and 
    claimed the daughter Bessie aged 15. Bessie was a student of the Penfield schools last 
    winter. A few weeks ago she went to DuBois and became a helper in the home of 
    grandfather Davie.
    For the past two weeks she had not felt well, but it was only a few days ago that the 
    doctor pronounced the ailment to be typhoid fever and cerebral complications ensuing, 
    she passed away at 9 p.m. on Monday. The funeral was held Thursday afternoon from the 
    DuBois Presbyterian church, Rev. Robt. Morrison of Penfield in charge.
    She is survived by her parents, her brother Robert, Frances and Herbert, and her sister 
    Martha. The interment was in Rumbarger cemetery.


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