Friday, April 18, 2008


Miss Susie Peddicord
The East Liverpool Tribune

Miss Susie M. Peddicord, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Peddicord, residing at the corner of Norton and West Market streets, died at 7 o’clock last evening (Mar14, 1906) of consumption, aged 21 years. The deceased had been confined to her home for twenty-two weeks. Besides her parents the deceased is survived by six sisters and two brothers, Mrs. William McKeever, Francis, Verna, Ina, Daisy, Cecil, James and Floyd Peddicord. The funeral announcement will be made later.
Funeral services over the remains of Miss Susie Peddicord will be held at the first Methodost Episcopal church Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock, and will be conducted by the pastor, the Rev. Dr. T. W. Lane. Friends will leave the home of the parents in West Market street at half past one o’clock. Through an error the name of William Peddicord , brother of the deceased, was omitted in the obituary notice, as one of the surviving relatives.
Friend may view the remains this evening between the hours of 7 and 9 o’clock.


Mrs. Dorothy Mennell
The East Liverpool Tribune

Aged Woman Passed Away Monday at Home of Daughter.

Mrs. Dorothy Mennell, aged 84, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Martin, of Lincoln avenue, Monday morning (Mar. 16, 1906) at 8 o’clock of dropsy. She is survived by three sons: George, of Augusta, Maine; John and Richard of New Brighton, Pa.,; also three daughters, Mrs. Harry Shaffer and Mrs. A. Dewhurst, of New Brighton; and Mrs. J. J. Martin with whom she made her home.

Funeral services will be held at 10 o’clock today at the home of Mrs. Martin. The Rev. Dr. Dye of the First Methodist Episcopal church will officiate. The remains will be taken to New Brighton, her former home, and interment will be made in Irwin cemetery at that place.


William Kell
The East Liverpool Tribune

William Kell, died at his home in Toronto, Wednesday morning, March 14 (1906), at 1 o’clock, aged 60 years.

Mr. Kell was stricken with apoplexy about a week ago and rallied after the first stroke, which was followed by three others in succession, each being 18 hours apart. The third stroke was followed by several others and for the past two days he has been in a critical condition, passing away yesterday morning in the presence of his family.

He was born in Steubenville and was a brick mason by occupation, going to Toronto sixteen years ago. He was a charter member of the K. of P of Steubenville, a member of the Bricklayers’ union and a veteran of the Civil war, and a G. A. R. man, having enlisted in that city when but 17 years old. He was kindly in disposition and has many friends and comrades to mourn his loss.

He is survived by his wife and the following daughters, Mrs. Jerry Osterhouse, East Liverpool; Mrs. Harry Bilcox, Steubenville; Mrs. Wm. McGilvary, Mrs. Benj. Bray, of Toronto, and Mrs. Shankes Morrow, of Homestead. He also leaves his mother and one brother, John Kell, of Steubenville; and one sister, Mrs. Walker, of Burgettstown; also one half-sister, Mrs. Chappel, of Oakdale, and a half brother, George Curfman, of Steubenville. Funeral services will take place at the M. P. church, Toronto, on Friday afternoon at 2 o’clock. Interment at the union cemetery Toronto.

CORA SNYDER - Obituary

Cora Snyder
The East Liverpool Tribune

Miss Cora Snyder Succumbed After a Lingering Illness.
East End relatives received word yesterday afternoon (Apr. 1, 1906) from Wilkinsburg, Pa., of the death of Miss Cora Snyder, aged 24, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder, which resulted from a complication of diseases after a lingering illness.
The young woman was very well known here and the news of her death will be learned with deep regret by the many friends. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock from her late home and burial will be made in the Wilkinsburg cemetery.
The deceased was related to Mrs. Maggie, Mercer, Miss Mary Wells, Mrs. T. P. Finley and Mrs. George Wells, of this city. It is expected that a number from here will attend the funeral.