Obituary – Mrs. Pleasant Foutts
East Liverpool Tribune
Mrs. Pleasant Foutts, of 468 Eighth street, aged 74 years and widow of George Foutts, died Saturday morning (December 23, 1905) at 4 o’clock from the infirmities of old age. Deceased was a kind, lovable Christian woman, an earnest member of the First M. E. church and ever willing to aid the poor or sick. Her husband was a cooper by trade and died in 1887. They had eleven children, of which but one survives. Byron Foutts, packer at the Thompson pottery. Two sisters are left to mourn the demise. They are Mrs. Nancy Green and Mrs. Julia Grant, of this city. Mrs. Foutts was born in Mt. Eaton, Ohio, and afterwards removed with her parents to Calcutta, from whence she came to East Liverpool. She was one of the oldest residents of the city.
Funeral services will be held this afternoon. The Funeral party will leave her late residence at 1 o’clock and proceed to the First M. E. church, where Rev. Dr. Lane will conduct the services. Interment will be made in Spring Grove cemetery.