Lewis, Miss Clara
The East Liverpool Tribune
Clara Lewis, aged 20, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis, died about noon yesterday (May 24, 1906) at the home of her parents near "Hail Deadening," a few miles north of the city. Death was due to typhoid fever following a brief illness.
The funeral was announced last night to take place Saturday morning at 10 o'clock burial to occur in the Madison church cemetery. The Rev. C. L. V. McKee will probably have charge.
Miss Lewis is survived by her parents and three sisters and one brother as follows: Ada Lewis, at home; Mrs. Joseph Crawford, Mrs. Harry Walters, of this city, Walter Lewis at home.
The young lady was well known in this city, and the news of her sudden death was received with deep regret. She had been a member of church since girlhood and possessed many beautiful traits of character that endeared her to her friends.