Tuesday, May 20, 2008

CHARLES H. ROSE - Obituary

Rose, Charles

The East Liverpool Tribune



The funeral services over the remains of Fireman Charles H. Rose, will be held from the home of the father in Trentvale street at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon (Feb. 14, 1907).

The members of Garfield camp, No e. Sons of Veterans, will have charge of the services a the grave, after the religious services have been conducted by the Rev. T. W. Lane, who will also have charge at the house.

The pall bearers will be Bert Swartz and Thomas Bryan, of the fire department; Edward Baxter, a neighbor; W. D. Dawson and Harry Thompson, former members of an organization of which deceased was a member, and Edward E. Rosensteel, of the Sons of Veterans.

The members of the city police force headed by Mayor Blake and Chief Wyman will attend the funeral. A meeting of the members of the force was held yesterday afternoon and arrangements were made to be in attendance.

President A. C. Roe of the city council has also called for the members of the council as well as the officials under control of that body to attend the funeral.

During the passing of the funeral party form the home to the cemetery the bel at City hall will be tolled.

Interment will be made in Riverview cemetery.

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