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Mary Staub

Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, September 4, 1920

Mrs. Mary L. Long, 69 years old, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Annie Sharp, 919 West Mulberry street.  Death was due to asthma, from which Mrs. Long had suffered for 30 years.

Mrs. Long was the daughter of John Staub, a farmer, near Gettysburg, Pa.  Her father's farm was part of the Gettysburg battlefield, and during the battle of Gettysburg, Mrs Long, then 12 years old, was forced to flee from the house.

Mrs. Long came to this city 16 years ago and had made her home with her daughter since.  Besides Mrs. Sharp she is survived by two sons, John and Frank Long; another daughter, Mrs. John Whitted, of Moline, Ill.; a brother, Jacob Staub, of Gettysburg, and three sisters, Mrs. Catherine Steinmetz, Mrs. Josephine Smith and Mrs. Annie Prager, all of this city.

Funeral services will be held at St. Pius' Catholic Church Monday morning, the Rev. J.E. Dunn officiating.  Burial will be in New Cathedral Cemetery.