Obituary – Mrs. Ida Joseph
East Liverpool Tribune
DEATH CAME QUIETLY TO YOUNG WOMAN
Mrs. Ida Joseph, Taken Suddenly Ill, Succumbs After Brief Illness
Miss Ida Joseph, aged 30, died at her home on West Third street, at 6:30 yesterday morning (December 6, 1911) following an illness that began only last Saturday. She was then seized with a seemingly slight indisposition which however, refused to yield to treatment. The immediate cause of her death was heart failure. Until a short time before the end hopes of her ultimate recovery were strong.
The family moved here in her childhood from Milan, O., the place of her nativity, so that most of her thirty years of life were spent in this community.
Since the widowed mothers’s decease, less than two years ago, she with her sister, Miss Lina and her brother, Adolph Joseph, remained in the home. Mrs. Gus Bendheim and Mr. Henry Joseph, of this city are also sister and brother.
The funeral services will be held at the home, 402 West Fourth street, this afternoon at 2:30, the Rev. Dr. Brill, pastor of the Hebrew Temple of Wheeling, will officiate. Friends wishing to view the remains can do so today or this evening.
The interment will be made I the family lot at Sandusky, with the prayer service. The funeral party will leave here at 7:55 Friday morning.