Lancaster Intelligencer-Journal:

Daniel W. Shaub, Thursday, 28 May 1908

Daniel W. Shaub, a retired farmer of Eden, in Manheim Township, died shortly before seven o'clock this morning at his home, from paralysis. He was stricken three weeks ago. He was in the seventy-third year of his age and was a son of the late John and Eliza. Shaub. He was born near Conestoga Centre and began farming when a quite young man and retired but ten years ago. He served two enlistments in the War of the Rebellion, first as a member of Company H, of the 166th regiment, and next in Company K, of the 200th regiment and was mustered out in 1865. For a number of years he farmed in York County and later operated the Bair farm, adjoining the Eden Foundry, for the late D. H. Bair. His wife was Miss Elizabeth Gordon, and she died four years ago. He is survived by the following children: Henry K. and Joseph M. of Lancaster; Mrs. Elizabeth Buckwalter of Philadelphia; John A. of Eden and David R., of this city. A brother, John B. Shaub, lives in Havre-de-Grace and the sisters are: Mrs. Mary T. B. Shenk and Mrs. Elmira Morgan, of Lancaster; Mrs. Kate Cooney of Steelton; Mrs. Lizzie Cooney, of Rising Sun, Md.; and Mrs. Simon M. McCleery, of York. The funeral takes place on Monday afternoon, with services at the house at 1:30 and interment at the Landis Valley meeting house.

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