Obituary – Jason Green
East Liverpool Tribune
Jason Green, one of Lisbon’s most aged and highly respected residents, died at his home on East Washington street at 11 o’clock Wednesday night (March 22, 1911). Several weeks ago Mr. Green fell while walking about in the yard at his home, and while he did not seriously injure himself, the shock to his system was so great that he was unable to rally and he had been confined to his bed almost ever since.
Deceased, had he lived until the 4th of May next, would have passed his 89th milestone. He was born on the old Green farm, two miles south of Lisbon on the Wellsville road, and lived all of his life there until moving to this city 37 years ago. He was a son of William and Margaret Green, who were among the early pioneers of the county. He is survived by his wife, 90 years of age; one sister, Mrs. Arabella Patterson, this city, and one brother, William Green, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Mrs. Mary Bushong, who has been making her home with Mr. and Mrs. Green, is a niece. Funeral arrangements have not yet been made.