The Republic Columbus IN 5-4-1897 M. V. McCann obit
Bas- is Death or M V. McCann. Michael V.McCann died at his home, eerier of Wall end Market stree ts, in Jtffir8onvil!e, at 4 o'c'ock yed evday mommg. Brights disease was tne cause, lie had been conhacd to h h room about three weeks. He b cn 1 ii as a showman, then became a firmer, was next a merchant, served twice a Auditor of C'ark countr, lad., subsequently operated as a coil daler, and p?s?ed away wealthy and re pecte. Forty-five Forty-five Forty-five ytars ago he made his last appearance in Liomsvule, at tne old M. zitt Hall, cn Tnird street. Hi brother, Joseph McCann, wasa?fooiated with Li n. and the two did a turn that mtdeth usanda laugh. Their fp?cial ty was impersonatirg old wjmen and singing. Mr. McCann was bora Nov. 21, 1829, in mitimore. tie was educated in Boston. In 1840 he lo?ated in Cincinnati Cincinnati and married Mary. Cjwin, who survives. Sub-equeotly Sub-equeotly Sub-equeotly he mmd to Heoryville, lad., aad ecgazed ia the merctntile bueinesi. I i 187C he wis cbosen County Auditor by the democrats democrats and was elected to succeed him self. When he finished his te m the county was cut of debt. Mr. McCann worked bard to secure the remov-1 remov-1 remov-1 of the outt house f om Unarlesto-Mn Unarlesto-Mn Unarlesto-Mn to J.flcreonville. Thi accompished, he moved ti that city, and lived there quietly but in elegant Btyle. The surviving children are ChaiLs A McCann, president of the Springfield, Mo., Wagon Work ; Henry McCann, of Grand 1-kcd, 1-kcd, 1-kcd, Fia.; Mrs. Frank B Burke, of Indtaoapo'is; Mrs. Frank Griffith, of Columtu-; Columtu-; Columtu-; Mieses Jean, Amy and Emma McCiaD.of Jellarson- Jellarson- ville. Two sisteis are Mrs. Rose Hitch ler, of Louisville, and Mrs. John S Toof, of Memphis, Tenn. Coutitr- Coutitr- Journal. to for A.