Tuesday, April 22, 2008


Arthur Menough

The East Liverpool Tribune


To Arthur Menough, Prominent Resident of City

Arthur Menough, aged 35 years, died suddenly Sunday evening (Apr. 8, 1906) at 5 o'clock of biabetes<sic> with which he had suffered the past three years. He was born in Wellsville, graduated from the Ohio State University as a mining engineer and worked several years in the west, being located in Cacutocas, Mexico. From the latter place he returned to Wellsville five years ago and engaged in the foundry business with his father, George Menough.

The deceased was widely known and was very popular with a large number of friends. He was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church. Relatives surviving him are his wife and son, Phillip, three years old; his father and two brothers, Harry of Wellsville, and Paul of Cornell university.

Funeral services will be conducted at the Methodist Episcopal church Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. by the Rev. W. H. Day assisted by the Rev. F. D. Findley.

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