Mrs. Thompson J. Andrews, Sr.
East Liverpool Tribune
(died on Jan. 20, 1906)
After a long illness death came peacefully Saturday afternoon (Jan. 20, 1906) at 3:30 o’clock to Mrs. Thompson J. Andrews, Sr., at her home in Pennsylvania avenue, East End. She was 67 years old and had been in declining health for several months and the end was not unexpected. She was born and reared at Vermont, Ill. And after her marriage removed to this section of the country. She had been a resident of East End and vicinity for over forty years, and was a charter member of the Second United Presbyterian church.
The funeral services will be held at her late home at 10 o’clock Wednesday morning, at which time an opportunity will be given the friend of the family to view the remains. Interment will follow later at Riverview cemetery and will be private. The Rev. M. A. Eakin of the Second United Presbyterian church assisted by the Rev. J. C. Taggart of the First church will conduct the services.
The news of Mrs. Andrews death will be learned with deep regret by her many friends. She live a quiet consistent Christian life and until physical weakness prevented attended divine services regularly. She was held in high esteem by her friends in this city and by all who knew her. Her maiden name was America Andrews, and she was married to Thompson J. Andrews, in 1858. Besides her husband there survive the following children: Mrs. Jesse H. Smith, city; Robert L. Andrews, Cleveland; Alvaron Andrews, LaGrande, Ore.; Matthew Andrews and Ely T. Andrews of Cleveland, and Mrs. E. R. Colclough, of this city. John, Riley and Martin Andrews, brothers of the deceased, of Vermont, Ill., and one sister, Mrs. John Swartz, of Canton, Ill, also survive.