Jacob Asa Graham obit June 1937

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Jacob Asa Graham obit June 1937 - RECENT DEATHS, Ase Jacobs Graham. Funeral...
RECENT DEATHS, Ase Jacobs Graham. Funeral services for Ase Jacobs Gra ham, 73, of Innis Street, who died Tuesday morning while taking a walk alone in the field below Innis Street Extension, will be held at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Hazel Stover, 714 Orange Street, at 2 p. m. Friday. Mr. Graham, who was last seen alive about 9 a. m. Tuesday when he left his home to take a walk, was found dead about 12:30 p. m. by his son, LeRoy Graham. He was walking in the field below Innis Street Extension Extension on Rich Hill when stricken. Dr. J. Irwin Zerbe, county coroner, was called and issued a certificate of death from natural causes. Mr. Graham was born at Rockland Township, the son of James and Mary Jane Douglas Graham. He came to Oil City 22 years ago and was formerly employed as a coremaker at the Joseph Joseph Reid Gns Engine Company here, retiring from active work about six years ago. He attended the First Evangelical Church. He is survived by his widow and the following children : Mm Emma Beach, Mrs. Ada Kugler, Mrs. Genevieve Be-mls Be-mls Be-mls and Mrs. Hazel Stover, all of Oil City; Mrs. Vernis Whitling, Knox; Mrs. Effie Vyrvoss, Emlenton: Kelse Graham, Deinpseytown, and Arthur and LeRoy, Oil City. One sister also survives, Mrs. Jayne Taylor, Erie, and 33 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. OIL CITY HOSPITAL NEWS.

Clipped from The News-Herald23 Jun 1937, WedPage 11

The News-Herald (Franklin, Pennsylvania)23 Jun 1937, WedPage 11
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