Name:   Lyman Henry Galusha

From:  The North Adams Transcript, North Adams, Massachusetts
Date:  Wednesday, October 15, 1919

Lyman Galusha, 75 years of age, a life-long and highly respected resident of this town, died this morning shortly after 5 o'clock at his home on Bee Hill after an illness of five weeks duration.  Mr. Galusha's advanced age is believed to have hastened his death.

Born here, the deceased was the son of Daniel and Adeline Prindle Galusha.  Throughout his long life, he made his home in this town, establishing many warm friendships which endured to the end.  Mr. Galusha retired from active work as a farmer, at which he had been singularly successful, a number of years ago, and had since dwelt in quietness and retirement, at his Bee Hill home.  Of genial disposition and generous nature, Mr. Galusha was held in high esteem by all with whom he came in contact and his death is a matter of great regret.

Among the survivors are four sons, Chauncey of North Adams, George and Harry of Williamstown, and Linnaus of Stephentown, N.Y.; three brothers, Frank of Gloverville, Daniel of Williamstown and Harold of Windsor; five sisters, Mrs. Henry Phelps of North Adams, Mrs. L.C. Noyes, Mrs. Charles Bridges, and Misses Abbie and Jennie Galusha, all of this town, and six grandchildren.

The funeral arrangements have not yet been completed but services will probably be held Friday afternoon.