Tuesday, May 20, 2008


Pollock, James

The East Liverpool Tribune


Passes Away in New York as Result of Operation

Word was received lat last evening (Aug. 17, 1906) of the death of James Pollock, son of Mrs. Mary A. Pollock, of 113 East Fourth street, which occurred at 8 o'clock Friday evening at New York city. The body will be brought to the city today.

The news of the young man's death came as a severe shock to the family and friends. Death followed an operation which had been performed a few days ago, the exact nature of which was not stated in the message.

Mr. Pollock is survived by a wife, his mother, several brothers and a sister. He had been located in the east for some time, but frequently visited at his home in this city.


The funeral of James Pollock, whose death was announced in these columns Saturday morning, will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the home of his mother, 113 East Fourth street. The Rev. Dr. T. W. Lane, pastor of the First M. E. church, will have charge of the services and burial will be at Riverview.

The remains arrived from New York on the 10 o'clock train Sunday morning. They were accompanied by Mrs. Pollock and daughter, Oscar Weikert, an intimate friend of the deceased, and Mrs. Mary Pollock, who was at her son's bedside when the end came.

Mr. Pollock was a brother of Fred and Bert Pollock and Mrs. Frank Rigby. The deceased was aged 34 years and was very well known, this city having been his home for a number of years.

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