George D. Clark
The East Liverpool Tribune
George D. Clark, a pioneer school teacher of Columbiana county and a veteran of the Civil war, died Tuesday morning (Mar. 6 1906) in the state hospital at Massillon, aged 79 years. The funeral was held at the home of a sister of the deceased, Mrs. Julia A. McCloskey, at Canton, and burial was made I the soldiers’ lot in the Canton cemetery. The deceased was a member of Company , 126th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and served for three years in the war of the Rebellion. While in the line of duty a apart of a shell struck him on the head. The wound resulted in a partial loss of his mental faculties and about twelve years ago he was taken to the state hospital for treatment, but never recovered. He leaves a wife, Hattie A. and a daughter, Mrs. Jennie Calhoun, of East Liverpool, and three sons, Hugh, of Derry, P., and James and George D., of Pawnoe City, Nebraska.