Obituary – Rev. T. L. Rose
East Liverpool Tribune
Funeral of Rev. T. L. Rose
The funeral of Rev. Thomas L. Rose was held yesterday forenoon, the remains arriving here from New Castle on the 10 o’clock train. The interment was made in the Long Run cemetery. The funeral was attended by the ministry of the Steubenville presbytery and a number of the leading business men of New Castle.
Mr. Rose died suddenly Saturday night (October 11, 1905) at his home in Pittsburg street, New Castle, form the effects of a paralytic stroke which attacked him earlier in the day. He had been in declining health for a number of months, a sufferer from kidney trouble. While visiting with friends in East Liverpool he was taken suddenly ill some days ago and had been failing very fast.
Mr. Rose was born near this city 41 years ago. He was educated at Muskingum college, and was given his theological degree at the Allegheny United Presbyterian Seminary.
The first pulpit he occupied was the Center United Presbyterian church of Shenango township, remaining three and one-half years, then he accepted a call to the Third United Presbyterian church at New Castle and had since been actively connected with that church.
Rev. Mr. Rose is survived by his wife, two brothers and five sisters. They are, Wm. Rose, of Richmond, O.; Hugh L. Rose and Miss Zenia Rose of this city; Mrs. Anna M. Crawford, of Ben Avon, Pa.; Mrs. Campbell, wife of Rev. Dr. Campbell, of Hurtstown, Pa., Mrs. Hart, wife of Rev. Dr. Hart, a United Presbyterian missionary in Egyptian fields and Mrs. Jennie Stucholl, of Niles, O.