Obituary – Mrs. Clara Nease
East Liverpool Tribune
Mrs. Clara Nease, aged 40 years, wife of Claude Nease of Thompson avenue, this city, was called by death while visiting at the home of her husband’s aunt, Mrs. Samuel Cottrill, near Racine, o., at 6:30 o’clock Saturday evening (July 15, 1911). Death was due to heart trouble, with which the deceased has been ailing for the past few years.
Mrs. Nease was born at Cannons Mills, O., and has been a resident of this vicinity practically all of her life. A daughter of the late Stogdale Jackman, her girlhood days were spent at Cannons Mills, prior to her removal to this city about 22 years ago. She was a member and faithful worker in behalf of the First Christian church as was held in the highest of esteem by all with whom she was acquainted.
Besides her mother, Mrs. Narcisus Jackman of Thompson avenue, and the husband, Claude Nease, deceased is survived by four brothers, and four sisters: Howard Jackman of Welch, Okla., Allen Jackman, of Altus, Okla.; Charles Jackman of Wichita, Kansas, and Sanford Jackman of Santa Anna, Californina; and Mrs. Luther Mardis, of Clarksville, Arkansas, and Mrs. Ida Campbell, Mrs. Emmet Ferrel and Mrs. John S. Scott, all of this city.
The remains will be shipped this afternoon and will arrive here on the 7 o’clock train this evening. The funeral services will not be held until 2 o’clock Wednesday afternoon in order that two of the brothers and one of the sisters will be able to arrive here in time to attend. Rev. E. P. Wise, pastor of the First Christian church, will officiate. Interment will be made in the Riverview cemetery.