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East Liverpool Review
Monday November 23, 1959

Front Page


Salineville Resident Hurt While On Foot In Carroll

A 61 year old Salineville area Coal mine employee
died Sunday afternoon at City Hospital from injuries
suffered when struck by a car in Carroll County west
of Salineville Saturday night.

Frank Madison of Salineville RD2 was hit by a car
driven by Ronald Lee Brammer 18, of Hammondsville RD1
on Route 39 about a mile west of the Columbiana County
line Saturday night at 8pm.

The Carroll County Sheriff's office said Mr.
Madison wlaking west apparently stepped in front of
Brammer's west bound car, and brammer unsuccessfully
tried to avoid hitting him.

Mr. Madison suffered a compound fracture of the
right leg, multiple abrasions of the hands, a
laceration of the left hip, possible fracture of the
nose and an ankle injury. He died yesterday at 2pm.

The death was Carroll County's third Traffice
Fatality this year.

A loader at the John M. Hirst Coal Co. of
Salineville, Mr. Madison hadresided most of his life
in the area. He was born December 14, 1897 at Lisbon,
a son of Charles Madison, now of Alliance and the late
Mrs. Mary Allison.

Besides His father, he leaves four daughters, Mrs.
Marcele Moore and Mrs. Lucille Sunderman both of
Salem, Mrs. Eileen Leishman of Salineville and Miss
Amy Madison of Lisbon, seven sons, Paul Madison of
Canton, Franklin Madsion Jr. of Salineville, Cyril
Madison of North Lake, Ill, William Madison of
Youngstown and Oscar Madison, James Madison and John
Madison all with the Navy, two sisters, Mrs. Ethel
Grossenbacher of Alliance and Nellie Mitchson of
Salineville, a brother Orville madison of Salineville
and 14 grandchildren.

Services will be held Wednesday at 2pm at the Kerr
Funeral Home in Salineville by the Rev. James McCollam
of the Salineville United Presbyterian Church. Burial
will be in the Mechanicstown Cemetery.

Contributed by Virginia Stevens Plumley

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