Thursday, May 8, 2008


Armstrong, Miss Elizabeth

The East Liverpool Tribune

Miss Elizabeth, Armstrong died yesterday morning (Oct. 29, 1906) at 9:30 o'clock at the home of her niece, Mrs. Peter Milliron, 232 West Second street. Miss Armstrong was brought from Wellsville four weeks ago last Saturday to visit a short time with her niece. She had been a helpless invalid for more than a year past, and it was necessary to carry her from the carriage to the Milliron home. She had been making her home with her nephew, Will Armstrong, at Wellsville, and expressed a desire to visit a short time with Mrs. Milliron. She had lived with Mr. Armstrong since her father died several years ago.

Deceased was a daughter of William Armstrong, and was born in Wellsville over 70 years ago, which place has always been her home. She is the last of the Armstrong family of her generation. She was a member of the Methodist Protestant church of Wellsville, and was always in attendance at Divine service when able to be there.

Deceased is survived by four nieces, Mrs. Peter Milliron, Mrs. Charles Daugherty, Mrs. Charles Eckert and Mrs. Charles Applegate. Four nephews survive, Charles and James Applegate, of this city; Will and Columbus Armstrong of Wellsville.

The remains of Miss Armstrong van be seen by her friends in East Liverpool at the home of Mrs. Milliron from 7 to 10 o'clock this evening. The remains will be removed from this city at one o'clock Wednesday afternoon, and will be taken to Wellsville to the Methodist Protestant church, where services will be held, conducted by the pastor, the Rev. C. H. Beck. Opportunity will be given a the church for all friends to view the remains. The hour of the funeral will be 2:30 Wednesday, Wellsville time. Interment will be at Spring Hill cemetery.

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