MRS. ELIZABETH ROBINSON
EAST LIVERPOOL TRIBUNE
FEB. 19, 1919
MRS. ROBINSON AGED, 65, DEAD
The body of MRS. ELIZABETH ROBINSON, aged 65 years, who died yesterday from influenza at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Allman on Fourteenth street, will be shipped to Salineville Saturday morning, where funeral services will be held. Interment will be made in the Salineville cemetery.
Mrs. Robinson is a sister of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Allman, who were recently ill with the influenza. she visited the Allman home shortly before Mr. and Mrs Harry Allman succumbed to the disease, where it is thought, she contacted the malady. Deceased was a faithful member of the Methodist Protestant church.
The following children survive: Albert of Toronto, Canada; John of Indianaplois; Fred and Willis of this city; Herbert of Bellaire; Mrs. William McCreary of Canton; Mrs. Allman, her sister, and three brother, Henry Sexton of Salineville, Aaron of East Liverpool and John of Salineville, also survive.