GUST FROMAN.His obituary is from The Sharon Herald, Monday, March 12, 1934.
Stoneboro, Pa., March 12—Gust
Froman, 63, died at his home at 9
p. m., Sunday, after an extended
illness. Although in declining
health for a number of years, his
death came as a distinct shock to
his relatives and friends.
Born in West Salem Township,
November 11, 1870, the son of the
late John and Catherine Saylor
Froman, he had been a lifelong
resident of this vicintiy. He had
been employed as a coal miner, re-
tiring several years ago.
On September 1, 1898, he was
married to Miss Mary Ann Smith,
who survives. Other survivors are
one daughter, Mrs. Helen Harsh-
man; three sons, Raymond, William
and James; one granddaughter,
Elizabeth Harshman; two brothers,
Jacob and John Froman, and one
sister, Mrs. William Doyle, all of
He was a member of the Stone-
boro Baptist Church.
Funeral services will be held at 2
p.m., Wednesday, from the late res-
[idence with Rev. S. S. Clark, past-
or of the First Baptist Church, Frank-
lin officiating. Burial will be in Oak