m. 3 Jul 1871
Facts and Events
(Syracuse Newspaper August 13, 1918)
Gilbert D. Thompson, 47, woodworker, died yesterday afternoon at his home, No. 204 Wolf Street, as the result of being hit in the abdomen Monday by a piece of wood. Thompson, who was employed by the H.A. Moyer Carriage Works was working on a circular saw when a knot was struck in the board he was sawing flew from the board, hitting him in the abdomen. He was taken to his home, but attending physicians were unable to diagnose his exact trouble and he died within 24 hours. The body was taken to the County Morgue, where an autopsy will be performed. He is survived by his three sons, William J., Lewis G., and Charles Thompson; two daughters, Mrs. Robert Robenski and Mrs. Frank McArdell; five brothers and two sisters.