Obituary – Thomas E. Jackson
East Liverpool Tribune
Thomas E. Jackson, aged 30 years, a prominent operative pottery of this city and East Palestine, answered death’s summons at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jackson, 222 Sheridan avenue, at 6:15 o’clock last evening (May 28, 1911), following an eight months’ illness.
Mr. Jackson was born in England and came to this country with his parents about nineteen years ago, taking up his residence in this city. Shortly over three years ago he was united in marriage with Miss Ruth Hannafuis of Shelby, O. He then took up his residence at East Palestine, where he has resided ever since. Up until the time of taking sick, he was employed as a gilder at the Continental Pottery No. 2 of East Palestine. He was a prominent member of the Modern Woodmen of America.
Besides his wife and parents, deceased is survived by three daughters: Naomi, Luella and Mary Josephine, and five sisters, Misses Mary, Florence, Pearl, Daisy and May, all at home.
No arrangements have as yet been made for the funeral.