Thursday, September 4, 2008

East Liverpool Tribune Deaths 1900


East Liverpool Tribune

LEVI ROE, of Rush run, Ohio, father of A. C. and W. C. Roe, of this city, died at his home last week, aged 80 years. Four other sons survive. Published Dec. 13, 1900

GEORGE McNICOL, aged 68 years, died Tuesday at his home in Drury Lane, after an illness of several months. Deceased was an old resident of this city, and is survived by a wife and one daughter. The funeral took place from St. Aloysius Catholic church Thursday morning at 9 o'clock. Interment was made in the Catholic cemetery.


The twelve months old child of Thos. Cox, of Third street, died Friday night, after an illness of lung trouble. Interment took palce in Riverview cemetery Sunday afternnon at two o'clock.

WILLIS W. POTTS, son of W. S. Potts, of the Lisbon 'Patriot", and aged 18 years, died on Sunday morning at Gambier, O., where he was attending Kenyon college. Death was due to peritonitis, said to have developed from injuries received in a football game. He was taken ill last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Potts and daughter were summoned to his bedside.

Deceased was a member of the Alpha Delta Phi fraternity ans was exceedingly popular at school. Services were held at noon Sunday at the college chapel. A body guard of the academy cadets accompanied the body to Lisbon, where the funeral took place Wednesday. To Bro. Potts and his wife we extend our sincerest sympathy in their great bereavement.

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