Sherman Crouse, of Pittsburg, formerly of near Rogersville, died Tuesday, November 12, aged 36 years, of influenza and pneumonia. He was the son of Layton and Catherine Thomas Crouse, deceased, of Center township, and was the youngest of ten children. Mr. Crouse for several years was a successful school teacher in Greene county. Later he went to Pittsburg where he was employed on the B. & O. railroad as an engineer running from Pittsburg east. He was a member of the Christian church and was highly esteemed. He is survived by his wife and two children and the following brothers and sisters: T. C. Crouse, of near Rogersville; Mrs. Nettie Crago, of Rices Landing; Mrs. David McNeely, of Time; and Mrs. O. S. Simpson of Washington. The funeral was held on Thursday and interment was made in the cemetery at Pittsburg.
Waynesburg Republican, November 21, 1918 (Greene County, PA)
Sherman Crouse, formerly of near Rogersville, died Tuesday morning, November 12, at 8 o'clock at a pittsburgh hospital, after an illness of several days of influenza. Mr. Crouse was aged about 36 years and was a son of Laton and Catherine Thomas Crouse, late of Center township, and was the youngest in a family of ten children. He taught school for several years in Greene county, after which he went to Pittsburgh and received employment as engineer on the B. & O. railroad, running from Pittsburgh to Altoona. Besides his wife and two children, who reside in Pittsburgh, the following brothers and sisters also survive: E. C. Crouse of near Rogersville; Mrs. Nettie Crago, of Rices Landing; Mrs. David McNeely, of Time, andMrs. O. B. Simpson, of Washington. He was a member of the Christian church and in politics was a Republican. Interment was at Pittsburgh.
Democrat Messenger, November 15, 1918 (Greene County, PA)
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