Birth: 1848, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland.
Death: Apr. 4, 1925, Oakland, Shawnee County, Kansas.
Conrad H. Nagle, 76, elevator operator at the federal building for the last 14 years, died suddenly at his home, 371 Chester Ave. Saturday afternoon. Death resulted from blood poisoning which started Tuesday night in his hand.
Mr. Nagle had been a resident of Oakland for 34 years and had been a justice of the peace and city clerk there. He was active for many years in civic affairs and city politics in Oakland. His long service in the federal building had made him known to hundreds of employees and persons carrying on their daily business there.
He was born in Baltimore, moved to New Orleans when a child, and witnessed some of the battles of the Civil war altho he was too young to enlist and fight. In 1874, he was graduated from Franklin and Marshall College of Lancaster, Pa., where he became a member of the Chi Phi fraternity. He was married to Minnie H. Reinhold in 1875. In 1878, they moved to Belvue, Kan. and in 1891 to Oakland where they have resided continuously since.
He is survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. George P. Fiederling and Miss Ethel R. Nagle, both of Topeka; 3 sons, Charles R. Nagle and Frank H. Nagle, both of Topeka, and Robert L. Nagle of Washington, D.C.; 2 sisters, Mrs. Caleb Sheetz and Mrs. W. H. Wierman, both of York, Pa., and John Nagle of Rochester, MY. Robert L.Nagle is secretary to congressman Dan Anthony. He is expected to arrive from Washington today.
Funeral services will be held at the home, 371 Chester Ave. Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. AOUW Lodge No. 3 will have charge at the grave. Burial will be in Topeka Cemetery.
Burial: Topeka Cemetery Topeka Shawnee County Kansas,
Author. In 1896, he was a School Teacher.In 1899-1900, he was Justice of the Peace. At these times he was living at the Corner of Center St. and Oakland Ave., a cross the street from the Woolen Mill.