Thomas O. Richards Obituary
THOMAS O. RICHARDS DEAD FORMER ; JHANTICOKB HEIDENT " DIED IN BLOQMSBURG. - The following account of the death of Thomas O. :. Richards, formerly- of thla city;! to taken from- the Blooma-i nurg Sentinel: v ;: 'v..1:-i "After sufferinr tor the past several months with . a complication of diseases. Thomas O. Rioharda, formerly of the State of Nevada, but who sine November last has been visiting with Ma sisters. Dr. Nets, Jtichards and Mrr Mamie J MHler, rf West street, died at their home Friday morning ait I o'clock. He wcut aged (3 years on the 7th of January last and besides his wife h U survived by. the following brothers and ; sisters: Dr. Net Richards and Mrs. Mamie Miller of town, Wnilam A.' of Wilkes-Barre, Harry H.-of Honesdale, X W. of Ber wick and Frank J. of Jackson, Mich. . ';it. Richards was a native of' Lu-sn-ne Oouaty and for several years vas a, resident - of Nantlcoke and Wllkes-Barre. JVw- the past v several years he had been making his home at McOMlr Nevada, anct laet tOvmber came to visit his brothers and sisters. He had been in ill health ever since his arrival., in Btoomsburg and for the past few weeks his condition had been critical. , - v ' . . '.i-'f-'t , "The deceased waa a son of the lata Mr. and Mrs. Owen Richards of Nan-tlcoka, the former '.being; at one time a superintendent for the Susquehanna tut that section. He waa a member of the Baptist Church, Nantlcoko, and a member of the Woodmen of the World. Lodge No. , of McaiJV Ne ada." - Deceased waa a1 well known electrician. The funeral will be held on Monday with services at th residence of W. A. Richards. 427 Hazle street, Wllkes-Barre, at .: p. m. Intermewt In Kollenback Cemetery. Cars will be used to convey the funeral party to the cemetery. t '