THOMAS GORMAN, FORMER G.R. MAN, DIES IN WEST
THOMAS GORMAN, a resident of Grand Rapids for more than 70 years, died Thursday at the home of his daughter, MRS. C.C. BERRY, in Los Angeles. He came to Grand Rapids about 1850 from his birthplace in Canada, and was engaged in the lumbering business in northern Michigan. He served three years in the Civil war.
Surviving are three daughters, MRS. BERRY, MRS. F.C. HUBBARD and MISS ANNA GORMAN; five sisters, MRS. ISABELL RONAN, MRS. ALICE GOODRICH, MRS. KATHERINE McGOVERN, MRS. CLYDE BACHMAN and MRS. D.T. WILSON, and two brothers, DANIEL J. GORMAN and JOHN R. GORMAN of Grand Rapids.
THE GRAND RAPIDS HERALD, Grand Rapids, Mich., Wed. Sept. 22, 1926, Pg. 3, Col. 3, Art. 4
NOTE: It is not currently known where Thomas is buried.