Tuesday, June 10, 2008


Kernott, Harry A.
The East Liverpool Tribune
Harry A. Kernott, one of the best known tailors of the city died at 10:30 o'clock Monday night (Jun. 18, 1906) at the home of his brother, K. M. Kernott of Washington, Pa., after a brief illness of lung trouble. The news of his death came as a shock to his many friends and is deeply regretted. He was 49 years old.
The body will arrive in the city this afternoon on the 3:30 train and will be removed by Undertaker Sturges to the Elks' Hall where funeral services will be held at 4 o'clock, the Rev. E. M. McMillin of the First Presbyterian church officiating. Mr. Kernott was a member of the lodge, the members of which will accompany the body to the Riverview cemetery where it will be laid to rest with impressive ceremonies.
Mr. Kernott was in the tailoring business in East Liverpool for over 14 years and was very well thought of. He was charitable, genial, whole-souled and always willing to lend a helping hand to those who needed it.
He was born in Callensburtg, Pa., and lived in that state until coming to this city. He was married, his wife and one daughter preceding him to the grave several years ago. He is survived by his aged father in Venango county, Pa., and four brothers, J. E. and C. L., of Chicago; K. M., of Washington, Pa.; O. E., of East Liverpool and three sisters, Mrs. L. J. McIntyre, of Reynoldsville, Pa.; Mrs. G. B. Humphrey, of Dubois, Pa.; Miss Anna Kernott, Clintonville, Pa.

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