Obituary – Frank Allabaugh
East Liverpool Tribune
For Thirty Years a Resident of East End, Dies at Bellevue, Pa.
Word was received here last evening announcing the death of Frank Allabaugh, for thirty years a resident of this place, who died at his late home at Bellevue, Pa., at 3:15 o’clock yesterday afternoon (May 10, 1911) as the result of a paralytic stroke.
Mr. Allabaugh, who was about 56 years of age, was born in Wellsville, and spent his boyhood days in that city. He removed to East End thirty years ago, and resided there until last June, when he moved to Bellevue, Pa., where he has since resided. Mr. Allababugh was one of the most prominent business men of East End during his residence here. .For may years he conducted a grocery store in the building which bears his name on Mulberry street. He was a leader in all matters pertaining to the betterment of the suburb and was one of its most highly respected residents and property owners.
Besides his wife, Mrs. Margaret Allabaugh, deceased is survived by one daughter, Miss Alice, at home.
The body will be shipped to Wellsville, Friday morning, and services over the remains will be held from the First Presbyterian church in that city, at 10:30 a.m. of the same day, Rev. L. B. Lewellyn, pastor of the Second Presbyterian church of East End, assisted by the pastor of the Wellsville church, will officiate. Interment will be made in the Wellsville cemetery.