Obituary – Mrs. Judith Ann Eidenier
East Liverpool Tribune
DEATH SUMMONS ESTIMABLE WOMAN
Mrs. Judith Ann Eidenier Passed Away at 1 O’clock Monday Morning at Her Home on Irondale Road
Mrs. Judith Ann Eidenier, wife of Cyrenus Eidenier, died at 1 o’clock Monday morning (April 10, 1911) at her home on the Irondale road, following a long illness for a complication of diseases. She was conscious to the last, and gave instructions concerning her funeral arrangements.
Mrs. Eidenier was aged 77 years, 5 months and 10 days. She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. B. Sinclair, was born at Hanoverton, August 21, 1833, and passed her entire life in Columbiana county. She was a devout Christian uniting with the Christian church 60 years ago, and up to her last illness was active in the work of Christianity. She made the first contribution to a fund for the erection of an additional Christian in the west end of Wellsville.
Besides her husand the deceased is survived by one daughter, Mrs. K. W. Boring, of the Irondale road. Two sisters and two brothers also survive: Mrs. Samuel Halstead, Mrs. Joseph Crubaugh, Jesse and B. A. Sinclair, all of Hanoverton. She was a devoted wife and mother, and enjoyed the confidence and esteem of a large circle of friends.
The funeral services will be held at 1 o’clock tomorrow afternoon from the home of Mrs. Boring, Rev. M. Johnston, pastor of the First Christian church, Wellsville, and Rev. A. Baker of Alliance, officiating. Interment will be made in Spring Hill cemetery.
LAST SAD RITES
There was a large attendance of friends at the funeral of the late Mrs. Cyrenus Eidenier, held yesterday afternoon from the residence of Mrs. K. W. Boring, daughter of the deceased. Rev. Mr. Johnston, pastor of the First Christian church, and Rev. A. Baker of Alliance, officiating. Internment was made in Spring Hill cemetery.