Saegertown, PA Trolley Wreck, Jun 1908

INJURIES RECEIVED AT MEADVILLE WERE FATAL

M. C. Mills Died Saturday as the Result of a Collision.

MEADVILLE, Pa., June 22.--MAURICE C. MILLS, assistant superintendent of the Meadville & Cambridge Springs Traction Company, died at the Spencer hospital at 5:15 p.m. on Saturday, from injuries received in the collision on the company’s line near Saegertown on Friday morning.

Mills leaves surviving a widow and three daughters, Lyda, Grace and Marjorie Mills at Saegertown; his parents, Mr. And Mrs. G.. C. Mills, of Cambridge Springs, and two sisters, Emma, of Saegertown, a teacher in the public schools and Edna, a student at the Edinboro Normal school.

Funeral services were held at the Mills home at Saegertown today.

Warren Evening Mirror, Warren PA 22 Jun 1908

--------

KILLED IN A COLLISION.

MEADVILLE, Pa., June 19.--Twenty passengers were injured, one fatally and several seriously, today in an accident on the Meadville & Cambridge Springs street car line near Baker Town. A passenger car telescoped a freight car at a sharp curve. The fatally injured person is M. C. MILLS, superintendent of the traction line.

The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, NE 20 Jan 1908

Search for more information on this disaster and other train wrecks, fires, accidents, etc. in historical newspapers in the Newspaper Archive. You just might find your ancestors in old newspaper articles. Search for your ancestors among the billions of names at ancestry.com Find death records, census images, immigration lists and genealogy other databases for your surnames. Use this Free trial to search for your ancestors. Start Your Family Tree It's FREE and easy. Start with yourself, your parents, grandparents and you're on your way to building your family history! Get Started Now and build your family tree at ancestry.com. It's Free!