Lockhaven, PA Storm, Nov 1900

Buildings Wrecked in Pennsylvania

Lockhaven, PA, Nov 22 -- A violent windstorm passed over this (Clinton) county yesterday. the building now under construction for the Pennsylvania Fire Brick company at Beach Creek was blown down and Thomas Stahl an employee severely injured. Two tobacco sheds belonging to Robert McCormick below this city were town to pieces, and the crop of 1,200 acres of tobacco leaf stored in the sheds was destroyed. The tobacco shed of Thomas McKeague at McFlhattan was also destroyed, and two iron stacks at L M Patterson & Co's pipe works, this city, were blown down.

The Trenton Times, Trenton, NJ 22 Nov 1900

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Thomas Stahl

He died from chronic nephritis in 1927. Per death certificate:
Contributary cause (poor quality copy, difficult to fully decipher): Struck by plate of glass over right kidney that fell ............... 3 mos.