EAST LIVERPOOL TRIBUNE
DEC. 3, 1919
Dies at Infirmary
HENRY REARK, aged about 65 years, an inmate at the county infirmary for about two years died at that institution early Wednescday morning following an illness from paralysis. Deceased was brought to the infirmary from East Liverpool. Unless the body is claimed by some friends or relatives from that city the remains will be interred in the cemetery at the institution.
HENRY REARK, aged 65, a life long resident of East Liverpool, died in Lisbon, Wednesday afternoon from paralysis.
Deceased suffered a stroke two years ago and has been confined to his bed since. He was the son of the late John and Rebecca Reark, Monroe street, a brother, John Reark is the only near relative surviving.
Funeral services were held in the Monroe street residence yesterday afternoon at 1 o’clock. Interment will be had in Spring Grove cemetery.