Shamp, Anna B. 1911

Obituary – Miss Anna B. Shamp
East Liverpool Tribune

ANNA B. SHAMP VICTIM OF FIRE CALLED BY DEATH.

As the result of burns sustained about a week ago, when her clothes ignited from a gas stove, Miss Anna B. Shamp, aged 25 years, an invalid died a the home of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Silverman, Fawcett street, at 12:30 o’clock this morning (April 28, 1911).

Deceased was born July 1, 1885, and has been an invalid for the past twenty-three years. She is survived by her father, David S. Shamp, and a step-mother, who resided in Greene township, Beaver county, Pa., and the following brothers and sisters: Floyd Shamp, Miss Lizzie V. Shamp, Mrs. Laura L. Mount and Mrs. Wm. Silverman, all of this city: Mrs. H. Dugan of Beaver Falls, Pa., and Mrs. Ed Owens of Mannington, W. Va. She is also survived by five half-sisters, and one half-brother. Funeral arrangements have not yet been completed.