Myers, Hannah M. 1900

Obituary – Mrs. Hannah M. Myers
East Liverpool Tribune

Mrs. Hannah M. Myers.

Mrs. Hannah M. Myers, aged 60 years, beloved wife of Captain J. A. Myers, Fifth street, died Saturday night, after many years of patient suffering, having for a long while been an invalid.

Deceased was one of the foremost ladies of the city, an active worker for church interests, holding membership in the First Presbyterian church and Women’s Relief Corps. The Myers family moved here in 1877 from Lisbon, Ohio, and in their twenty-two years residence here have always been held in high esteem by the entire community. Mrs. Myers was of a gentle disposition, making friends with all whom she became acquainted. Two children, Frederic W. and Miss Anna, survive. The son is located in Parkersburg, W. Va., and came on to attend the funeral services, held Monday evening at the late home of the deceased. Rev. T. V. Milligan, an old friend of the family, officiated, an on Tuesday the remains were interred in the family burying ground at Lisbon.

(Note – died on January 27, 1900)