Thursday, April 17, 2008


Henry Greenwood
The East Liverpool Tribune


Henry Greenwood, owner and founder of he Greenwood brewery, died at 1:15 last night (Mar. 7, 1906) at his home in Ridgeway avenue of Bright’s disease, after a lingering illness. He had been unconscious since Monday morning.

Had he survived until May 1, he would have been 69 years old. He had been a resident of East Liverpool for over 20 years and was well known and highly respected in business circles and private life. The funeral will be arranged today and announcement will be made later.

Mr. Greenwood was born at Oldham, England, and came to this country in 1861, locating at Beaver Falls. He was manager of the Anderton Brewery at Beaver Falls for nearly 25 years and was considered a very capable brewmaster. Mr. Anderton, the owner of the brewery, was his brother0in-law. After relinquishing his position at Beaver Falls, Mr. Greenwood came to East Liverpool and established the plant which since has borne his name.

He was a member of the Knights of Pythias and the Odd Fellows lodges of Beaver Falls, and had been identified with both for a number of years. He began to fail in health about sixteen weeks ago and his decline had been very rapid since. The bereaved wife and children were about his bedside when he breathed his last.

The children who survive are Mrs. Mary Wyman, New Castle, Pa.; Mrs. Elmer Freed, of Beaver Falls; Mrs. Roy Halhnon, of East Palestine; Mrs. Alfred Croket, of Beaver Falls; Mrs. Nancy Williams, Mrs. Will Nagle, Joseph G., Thomas and William and Alice Greenwood, all of this city.

Mrs. James Anderton, of Beaver Falls, who died last November was a sister to the deceased. He has one sister and brother living in England.

JAMES P. McKEE - Obituary

James P. McKee
The East Liverpool Tribune

James P. McKee, aged 68, and one of the best known citizens of Toronto, died at 3 o’clock Thursday morning (Mar. 8, 1906) after two months’ illness of heart trouble. Mrs. McKee and the following children survive: William, Harry and Bert, of Empire; Mrs. Alice Zimmerman, Mrs. Anna Wildpret, Mrs. Martha Carstepson, of Toronto. The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday from the family residence, the Rev. Mr. Hodill, of the Presbyterian church, officiating.


Frank Malkin
The East Liverpool Tribune


Frank Malkin, aged 10 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Malkin, died at 5:10 yesterday afternoon (Mar.30, 1906) at the home of his parents in Dixonville, after a brief illness of bowel complaint. A telegram was sent to Mrs. Joseph Kernnessie, of St. Louis, Mo., a sister, and the funeral arrangements will not be made until she has been heard from.

Mr. Malkin, father of the boy, is employed as a jiggerman a the Laughlin plant No. 1. The son had been ill only two weeks. Besides the parents one sister and four brothers survive.

GEORGE D. CLARK - Obituary

George D. Clark
The East Liverpool Tribune

George D. Clark, a pioneer school teacher of Columbiana county and a veteran of the Civil war, died Tuesday morning (Mar. 6 1906) in the state hospital at Massillon, aged 79 years. The funeral was held at the home of a sister of the deceased, Mrs. Julia A. McCloskey, at Canton, and burial was made I the soldiers’ lot in the Canton cemetery. The deceased was a member of Company , 126th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and served for three years in the war of the Rebellion. While in the line of duty a apart of a shell struck him on the head. The wound resulted in a partial loss of his mental faculties and about twelve years ago he was taken to the state hospital for treatment, but never recovered. He leaves a wife, Hattie A. and a daughter, Mrs. Jennie Calhoun, of East Liverpool, and three sons, Hugh, of Derry, P., and James and George D., of Pawnoe City, Nebraska.

ROSE KUMYS - Obituary

Rose Kumys, Infant
The East Liverpool Tribune

Rose, the eight-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kumys, of Middle Run, died Tuesday evening (Apr. 10,1906) of pneumonia. The funeral will be held this morning form Sacred Heart church, the Rev. Father Sauer officiating.

W. H. OWENS - Obituary

W. H. Owens
The East Liverpool Tribune

W. H. Owens, aged about 65 years, died early Monday morning (Mar. 12, 1906) at the state hospital in Massillon, of which he had been an inmate for several months past. He is survived by a wife and several children who reside at Clarkson.

The deceased was a member of Co. C, 104 O. V. I. and served for three years in the war of the Rebellion, in an engagement in North Carolina he was struck on the head by a falling timber and severely wounded. The wound gave him much trouble ever afterward, and is thought to have been the cause of his mental breakdown.

The funeral will be held at the Presbyterian church in Clarkson, of which he was a member, Wednesday afternoon at 1o’clock. The services will be conducted by the Rev. Dr. J. C. Taggart, who was a comrade of Mr. Owens in Company C. throughout the war


Mrs. Charlotte T. Taylor
The East Liverpool Tribune

Beaver Falls, Pa. March 12—Mrs. Charlotte T. Taylor, aged 85 years, widow of the late Rev. Dr. William G. Taylor, died, last night at her home here. She was born in Pittsburg and was married in 1849. She and her husband, who was a well known minister of the Presbyterian church, conducted the State Soldiers’ Orphans’ school at Monaca from 1866 until 1876. She has been a resident of Beaver county for more than half a century. Dr. Taylor died in 1903. Mrs. Taylor leaves two daughters and three sons: Mrs. M. M. Martin, superintendent of public schools, St Paul, Minn.; Mrs. James W. Stewart, James W. Taylor and John T. Taylor, Beaver; Harvey J. Taylor, Monaca. She also leaves one sister, Mrs. Eliza Dimm, of Allegheny.


Mrs. Elizabeth Eaton
The East Liverpool Tribune

The death of Mrs. Elizabeth Eaton, well known in this city and whose husband, John Eaton, died here several years ago occurred, while she was on a visit to her daughter in st. Louis. She was 74 years old and is survived by the following Children: Mrs. W. H. Thompson, of Fourth street, this city; Mrs. John McKinnon, of the east End; Mrs. John Langley, of Detroit; Mrs. Peter Brant, Cleveland; Mrs. George Barcus, St. Louis; and Thomas Eaton, of Cleveland. Funeral services will be held at the home of Thomas Eaton in Cleveland on Sunday.


Daniel A Woodward
The East Liverpool Tribune

The remains of Captain Daniel A. Woodward of the towboat Volunteer, who died a the city hospital early Saturday morning (Mar. 10, 1906) after a brief illness of appendicitis, were taken to Charleston, W. Va., Saturday night for burial. Capt. J. A. Woodward, a cousin of the deceased, accompanied the body.

On account of Capt. Woodward’s debilitated condition no operation was performed on him by the local physicians. He had been a riverman almost all of his life and was well known up and down the river.. He was master of the Charles Brown until lately when he resigned to take charge of the Volunteer. He was a member of the Pilot’s association and one of the most valued men in the employ of the Pittsburg & Monongahela Coal and Coke company. He is survived by a wife and four children, who reside in Charleston.


Mrs. Warren Myler
The East Liverpool Tribune

Mrs. Warren Myler died Sunday evening (Mar. 11, 1906) at her home in Palissy street of tuberculosis after a lingering illness. She is survived by a husband and one child. The hour of the funeral was not learned.

The funeral of Mrs. Warren Myler, of Palissy street, will be held at 10 o’clock this morning at the home of James Myler, in Minerva street, the Rev. C. H. Beck, of Wellsville, officiating. Interment will be made in the Spring Hill cemetery, Wellsville.


George Dixon
The East Liverpool Tribune

Former Wellsville Resident Passes Away at Lansing, Mich.

Word was received by relatives here Sunday of the death of George Dixon, at Lansing, Mich., a former resident of this city. Death Occurred Saturday night (Mar. 17, 1906) at 8 o’clock but the cause was not stated. The remains will be brought to Wellsville for burial.

Mr. Dixon was married and is survived by his wife, a brother, G. H. Dixon, of Baltimore superintendent of maintainance of way of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, and four sisters, Agnes and Helen Dixon, Bellevue, Pa.; Jennie Dixon, New York; Mrs. Cora Haven, of Fort Wayne, Ind.


Mrs. Hettie McClellen
The East Liverpool Tribune

Mrs. Hettie McClellen, wife of Guy D. McClellen, died yesterday morning (Mar. 13, 1906) at Salineville, after a brief illness of pneumonia. She was aged 26, and is survived by her husband and one son.


Mrs. John Nicholson
The East Liverpool Tribune

Mrs. John Nicholson, aged 33, died at 11 o’clock yesterday morning (Mar. 13, 1906) at her home in Sandy Bottom, East End. Apoplexy was the cause of death. Her condition had been serious only since last Saturday. A husband and one child survive.
The remains will be taken to Portland, O., this evening on the Queen City, where burial will occur Thursday.


William H. Owens
The East Liverpool Tribune

The funeral of the late William H. Owens, the Civil war veteran who died at the Massillon hospital, will be held today at his former home in Clarkson. The Rev. J. C. Taggart, an army comrade of the deceased, will officiate. The Lindsey Tullis post of Rogers, of which the deceased was a member, will attend the funeral in a body. Mr. Owens is survived by his wife and the following children: Mrs. William Gamble, of Oregon; Mrs. Stella Vaughn, of Fredericktown; this county; Mrs. Harry Eaton, of Allegheny, Pa.; Walter, of East Liverpool and Perry at home.