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  • ID: I640
  • Name: Philip MCGOUGH
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 6 DEC 1835 in Cambria County, PA
  • Christening: 24 FEB 1836 St Michaels, Loretto, Cambria County, PA
  • Death: 19 JAN 1887 in Cambria County, PA
  • Note:
    !BAPTISM: by Father GALLITZIN. Godparents: Caspar DIMOND/Maria LONGSTRETH
    !MARRIAGE: Matrimonial Records Pg 36; St Bartholomew Catholic Church, Wilmore.
    !MILITARY: Served in the Civil War
    !CENSUS: 1870 PA Cambria County, Croyle Township.
    !OBITUARY: Johnstown Daily Tribune Wed 19 January 1887
    16 Feb 1864 St Bartholomew Wilmore Cambria Co PA (Matrimonial Records PG 36) I Joined in matrimony Philip McGOUGH and Mary Conrad. Witnesses were Charles DIAMOND and Sophia McGOUGH Signed: John HACKETT
    CENSUS: PA 1870 Croyle Twp Cambria Co McGOUGH, Philip 34 Laborer PA Mary 26 CH: Harriet 6, Henry 4, Joseph 2, Margaret 4/12
    OBITUARY: JOHNSTOWN DAILY TRIBUNE Wed 19 Jan 1887 A FLAGMANS FATAL INJURY Philip McGOUGH, of East Conemangh, struck by the engine of the Mail Train from Benscreek and so badly hurt that death results.
    The engine of the Mail Train last evening struck Phil McGOUGH, flagman of local freight west, at Benscreek, on the mountain, and fatally injured him. The freight had stopped at Benscreek to do some shifting, and Mr. McGOUGH had gone back to flag the train. When the shifting was done he was called in by his engineer, and turned to retrace his steps to his train. He was walking between the tracks when the engine of the Mail Train whistled and he must have become bewildered or confused, for he stepped on the track directly in front of the Mail. He realized his mistake just before the engine was upon him and had time enough to step on the end of the ties outside the rail, but the engine struck him on his right side and knocked him down.
    His right leg was broken near the ankle, his head was badly cut, his back bruised, and his breast hurt. He also sustained internal injuries. He was brought to his home in East Conemaugh, where he was attended by Drs. John and W.B. LOMAN. His condition was regarded from the first as quite critical and hence his death, which followed at half past 10 o'clock this afternoon, was not a surprise. He was conscious to the last.
    Deceased was 51 years of age. He leaves a wife and 6 or 7 children. His wife's maiden name was Mary CONRAD. She was raised at Newry, Blair County. Mr. McGOUGH was born and raised about 2 miles from Summerhill. He had been on the PRR about 25 years. His brother Thomas McGOUGH, a house painter, resides in Johnstown.




    Father: James J. MCGOUGH b: ABT 1805 in Harford County, MD
    Mother: Sophia FRUEH b: ABT 1802 in GER

    Marriage 1 Mary E. CONRAD b: ABT 1850 in Newry, Blair Township, Blair County, PA
    • Married: 16 FEB 1864 in Wilmore, Cambria County, PA
    Children
    1. Has Children Henry J. (Harry) MCGOUGH b: JUL 1866
    2. Has Children Harriet A. MCGOUGH b: 27 MAY 1867 in Cambria County, PA
    3. Has Children Joseph MCGOUGH b: ABT 1868 in Summerhill, Croyle Township, Cambria County, PA
    4. Has No Children Margaret E. MCGOUGH b: ABT 1870 in Summerhill, Croyle Township, Cambria County, PA
    5. Has No Children Luella MCGOUGH b: ABT 1875 in PA
    6. Has No Children William MCGOUGH b: 20 AUG 1876 in PA
    7. Has No Children Edward MCGOUGH b: in PA
    8. Has No Children Scott W. MCGOUGH b: ABT 1885 in PA
    9. Has No Children Elizabeth MCGOUGH b: in PA
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