30 June 1960 page 3 Tyrone Dailey Herald
JUDITHS JACOB A. CnOVK Jacob A. Grove, C20 Washington ave., died Tuesday at 8:45 p.m. at liis home after a long illness. He was born April G, 1881 Marklesburg, the son of Jacob A. and Laura Beaver Grove. He was irmn-H'd June 22, 1904 at Unionville. Unionville. to Mlmv McClincy. He had resided in Tyrou-.- since 1900. Surviving' aiu the 'viclov; and DIP foilowit.C; chlldip.fi. Fvnnc.s E., :if Tipton; Mr.s. Mariyiet I. Johnso'. 1 East Hartford, Cora.; Mrs. Ms r- :an L-iiiruai, Koehe.-'i'i. N.Y.; Jacob Jacob A., Jr., Meadville; Thoina; TO. drove, ColtimbU". Ohio; Hoberi 1i. Grove, Florence, Ala.: ann Mrs Paul Marzana, Rochester, N.Y.: also a sister, Mrs. Hamilton Reynolds, Reynolds, Huntingdon; 14 randchil- clren and nine great grandchildren He was a member of the First Evangelical U 1 t e d Brethren Church. Tyrone: the Bla/.ing Arrow Arrow Hook & Ladder Fire Co. He was widely-known as a musician. He was a clerk for the Pcnnsyl vaniai Railroad Co., retiring 1 in 1939 after 31 years of service. Funeral service will be Friday at 4 p.m. at the Johnson Funeral Home in charge of the Rev. J. Byron Bishop. Burial will be in Blair Memorial Park. Friends are being received at the Johnson Funeral Funeral Home.