MAGGINIS, William (1851-1936) obituary

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Arm AITniTDM MAM . ipe ti?n m4.iTn Anr-1 HANGS WITH ROPE lng Suicide Planned By William Manalnls, B4, Paralytic. Discovered By W I Daughter, .Friday Evening I WiUiam Magginls, aged 84, carried I out a plan for suicide at hi. home In Anbnrn last FVidav erenln. HlalThe lifelesa bodv was found after he had I strangled to death, by Ms daughter, f Miss Dellah Maglnnis, - an Auburn school, teacher, at the home pn Ensley avenue, after she had returned from an errand. Magginls during, the absence ot his aauguter t banged himself with , a ; al In short rope by looping one end over I tha. WniTvtBf and tha nthar hnnt h I t neck. Coroner B. O. Shook gave as his verdict death from strangulation. I for past 18 months. 1 ag9d mail had been an invalid Is He is survived by three children, the daughter, - Miss Magginls, prin cipal of the Harrison school, and two sons, Elza and Gerry Magginls of Jackson township. - Funeral,' services were ' held , from the Clark funeral home Sunday Afternoon. Burial in Woodlawn cemetery at Auburn. Rev. i Joseph Ferguson conducted the services, assisted by Rev. M. a Wright. - : ; " A new sidewalk has been , s

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  1. The Waterloo Press,
  2. 25 Jun 1936, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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