EAST LIVERPOOL TRIBUNE
SEPT. 30, 1919
CIVIL WAR VETERAN
Co. C., 104th Regiment
Co. I, i33 Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry
FINLEY COOLEY, aged 74, a veteran of the Civil war, passed quietly away last evening at 10:45 o’clock at his home of hardening of the arteries. Mr. Cooley had been failing for a year or more but has been bedfast for nearly two months. He was a member of Co. C., 104th Regiment and Co. I, 133rd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer infantry during the war of the rebellion. For many years he was a member of the Pennsylvania avenue M. E. church and a consisten worker in the congregation. Besides his wife he leaves two sons, Prof. M. F. Cooley, of Ashtabula, and Floyd Cooley, at home, and four children of a former marriage, Mrs. George Hunt, of the East End; Mrs. William Flesher, of New Brighton’ Miss Lulu Cooley, of Louisville, Ky.; and Fred Cooley, of New Brighton. One brother and one sister also survive; Dawson Cooley, of this city, also a Civil war veteran, and Mrs. Hattie Clark of Clarkson, O. The funeral arraqngements have not been completed. Friends are requested to omit flowers.