Obituary – Milo Kirkendall
East Liverpool Tribune
Milo Kirkendall, aged 64 years, one of the city’s most highly esteemed residents, answered the call of the Master, at his home on Basil avenue, at 7:30 o’clock Saturday evening (July 29, 1911), following a five day’s illness of pneumonia.
Mr. Kirkendall was a veteran of the Civil War, having served as a member of Company C., 140th Regiment of the Ohio National Guards, being the youngest member of the company. Having resided here practically all of his life, he was surrounded by a host of friends. Being of a cheerful disposition, and always desiring to extend a helping hand to his fellow man, his death will be deeply mourned not only in the home but by his many friends and relatives.
Besides his wife, deceased is survived by two children, Misses May and Nell, at home: and one brother, Samuel of Carmen, Oklahoma.
Funeral services over the remains will be held from the late home on Basil avenue at 3 o’clock Tuesday afternoon, Rev. H. A. Kelsey, pastor of the First United Presbyterian church, officiating. Interment will be made in the Riverview cemetery.
Friends may view the remains between the hours of 7 and 10 this evening.