Allison, Peter L.
The East Liverpool Tribune
PETER L. ALLISON
Is Dead After An Illness of Six Week's Duration.
Peter Lincoln Allison, one of the widest know and most highly respected citizens of Chester and Hancock county, died at 11:45 o'clock Saturday night (Nov. 17, 1906) at his home in Louisiana avenue, of catarrah of the stomach after an illness of six weeks' duration, aged 42 years. Besides his wife the deceased is survived by two daughters, Lottie, aged 12, and Mayle aged 9 years. The following brothers of the deceased also survive; I D. and R. E. Allison, of Hancock county, and G. W. Allison of East Liverpool.
The funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today from the first M. E. church, the Rev. Mr. Garrow, of Rochester, Pa., assisted by the Rev. Mr. Silvers, the Rev. Mr. Faust and the Rev. S. H. Greenlee officiating. Interment will be made in Locust Hill cemetery,