Comer, Charles & wife killed by train 1935

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Comer, Charles & wife killed by train 1935 - assistant W. Funeral services for Mr. and...
assistant W. Funeral services for Mr. and Charles R. Comer, long prominent the social and civic life of the city were held at the family residence Staunton road Saturday morning at. 10 o'clock. Burial was in a cemetery at Cheshire, O., 15 miles north of Gallipolis. The Comers were instantly killed Thursday afternoon when their automobile automobile was struck at a private crossing near Kenova by the "Chevalier," passenger train of the Norfolk Western railroad. Mr. Comer, a partial invalid since 1924 when he suffered a stroke of paralysis, was the head of the Furniture company and a director the First Huntington National bank.

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  1. The Charleston Daily Mail,
  2. 20 Jan 1935, Sun,
  3. Page 40

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