Thursday, August 14, 2008


Miss Alva Jackman

Died Dec. 17, 1899

East Liverpool Tribune

Miss Alva Jackson, of this city, died at 5 o'clock Sunday morning in a Cleveland sanitarium, from nervous prostration and spinal trouble. Deceased had been an invalid for years past, and had been in the sanitarium since last August. Her death is believed t have found its origin in a fall she received on the ice when but fifteen years of age.

The deceased was widely known and was an ardent Christian. Her mother, Mrs. N. P. Jackman, resides at 190 Thompson avenue. She is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Howard, Chicago; Sanford and Charles, El Reno, Oklahoma; Allen, Weathersford, Oklahoma; Mrs. Hattie Mardis, Salem; Mrs. Ida Campbell, New Cumberland; Mrs. E. V. Ferral, Mrs. John Scott, Mrs. Claude Nease and Miss Mame Jackman, of this city.

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