Obituary – Miss Lizzie Finney
East Liverpool Tribune
Miss Lizzie Finney, daughter of C. W. Finney, of Pennsylvania avenue died at her home at 1:30 o’clock Monday morning (January 25, 1904), after a week’s illness with inflammation of the lungs. The funeral services will be held at 6:30 o’clock this afternoon, Rev. N. M. Crowe, pastor of the Second Presbyterian church assisted by Rev. Mr. Swan officiating. The interment will be made in Riverview cemetery. Pan American court, Tribe of Ben Hur, of which the deceased was a prominent member, will take part in the services.
Miss Lizzie Finney was a very popular and well known young lady whose death is regretted by the public in general. It will be remembered that her sister, Miss Carrie Finney, a teacher in the public schools, had her legs broken while coasting two weeks ago. The family has had more than its share of trouble and is receiving the sympathy of the community. Miss Finney was a member of the Second Presbyterian church. She was very popular among her wide circle of friends.
Besides her father she is survived by two sisters, Miss Carrie Finney and Mrs. Mary Hanley and one brother, Robert Finney, all of whom live in this city