The Lusk Herald
June 27, 1974
The Rev. Burman Long, Pastor Here 1911-15, Dies
The Rev. Burman Long, 91 now retired at the Homeward Retirement Center, Carlisle Pa. died June 24.
Rev. Long was pastor of the Lusk Congregational Church from 1911-1915.
He had been pastor of several other churches in Illinois, New Hampshire, New York and several in Massachusetts.
He is survived by his wife Margaret; two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Arnold Saugerties, New York and Mrs. Catherine Delendening of Pelham Manor, New York and three grandsons.
Edward Orlando Barber (September 17, 1890 - April 14, 1912)Chisholm Griffin Ellis (October 20, 1841 - March 1, 1913)Elewesa Evans (August 12, 1839 - January 13, 1912)Lafayette Evans (March 22, 1835 - May 6, 1912)Myra B. Hargraves (July 14, 1845 - October 3, 1912)Annie Amelia Lohr (February 18, 1877 - January 24, 1913)Earl Leroy McLain (Date Unknown - February 28, 1914)Clarence Cecil Pearce (January 1, 1910 - April 11, 1913)Jacob A. Rohrer (Date Unknown - January 1, 1914)John Schroefel (October 9, 1839 - January 24, 1914)
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