Alice Welsh obituary

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Alice Welsh obituary - 1951. in Tax Ex-Teacher's Rites Tuesday Alba E....
1951. in Tax Ex-Teacher's Rites Tuesday Alba E. Pollock, 73, Taken In New York LISBON, May 12 (Special)-Alba (Special)-Alba E. Pollock, former teacher in county schools, died at 7, p. m. Friday in Schenectady, N. Y., at the home of his brother, Dr. James K. Pollock. He was 73. A son of Robert and Ella King Pollock, he was born Oct. 3, 1877, in Center Township. He was a member of the Lisbon Presbyterian Presbyterian Church, an inactive elder and belonged to the Men's Bible Class Mr. Pollock was graduated from Wooster College and had a long teaching career, including three years at Bowling Green High School, six years in the state of Washington, two years in Ashtabula Ashtabula County and 15 years in the Columbiana County rural system, including three at Hanoverton Hanoverton High School. He was teaching at Furnace School in Center Township when he retired in 1938. Mr. Pollock in recent years spent his summers in Lisbon and winters in Florida. Besides his brother, he is survived survived by two sisters, Miss Laura Pollock of Ashtabula, and Mrs. Olive Summers of East Rochester. Rochester. Services will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the Eells-Leggett Funeral Funeral Home by Rev. Paul T. Gerrard. Gerrard. Burial will be in Lisbon Cemetery. Friends may call Monday afternoon afternoon and night at the funeral home. and Rosary Society. She leaves another daughter, Mrs. Ann M. Satow of Parma; Mrs. Ann M. Satow of Parma; three sons, J. Charles Welsh of Toronto, George E. Welsh of Wellsville, and William Welsh of Alliance; four brothers, Peter Patterson Patterson of Detroit, and George B. Patterson, Henry Patterson and James Patterson of Wellsville, and 10 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. The body will be at the Funeral Home in Alliance tonight tonight from 7 to 9 and at the McLean Funeral Home in Wellsville S u n d a y afternoon and where friends may csftl. Rites will be held Monday at 10 a. m. in the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church of Wellsville Wellsville by Rev. Fr. James R. Hennessy. Burial will be in St. Elizabeth's Elizabeth's Cemetery at Wellsville. 2 McMorrow, Mrs. Alice Welsh Mrs. Alice E. Welsh, a former resident of Wellsville, died Friday Friday at 3 a. m. in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Agnes Dowling of Alliance. She was 91. Mrs. Welsh was born Jan. 29, I860, in Trenton, N. J., and lived in Wellsville many years before going to Alliance 13 years ago Her husband, James Welsh, died Aug. 15, 1931. She was a member member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church of Alliance and the Altar heating comfort AIR FURNACES Stephen Jonas Stephen Jonas, 82, a retired watchman of the Mackintosh- Hemphill Co. in Midland, died his home in Ohio Township Friday Friday at 1:55 p. m., following a illness. Mr. Jonas, a native of Czechoslovakia, Czechoslovakia, was employed by the firm 35 years and resided in township for 40. He was a member of the Presentation Catholic Church. He is survived by three sons, Joseph Jonas of Midland Heights Stephen Jonas Jr. of Industry D., and George Jonas at home; three daughters, Mrs. Annie Pillar Pillar and Mrs. Susie Yaksic of Industry R. D., and Mrs. Mary Brooks of Beaver H. D.; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Shanosky of Aliquippa, and Mrs. Julia Pasko Newton Flails, O., and 30 grandchildren grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. Requiem Mass will be held Monday at 10 a. m. at the by Rev. Fr. William Brennan. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at the Funeral Home in Midland today and Sunday. Kenneth Moore Kenneth Moore, 55, former Wellsville millworker, died suddenly suddenly Friday afternoon in his home in Huntington Park, Calf. A son of the late John and Mary Nash Moore, he born in Georgetown. He was roller in the former Wellsville plant of the American Sheet i Tin Plate Co. About 10 years | he moved from Michigan to California, where he was a potter. He leaves his widow, Mrs. I Frances Moore; a daughter, | da of Huntington Park, and brothers, Charles Moore of South {Gate, Calif., and David Moore and Frank Moore of Wellsville. Funeral plans are incomplete i but burial probably will be in , California. I Mrs. EffaMcBane Mrs. Effa Davis McBane, wife

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  1. The Evening Review,
  2. 12 May 1951, Sat,
  3. Page 2

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