Springer, Anna M. 1911

Obituary – Miss Anna M Springer
East Liverpool Tribune

MISS SPRINGER DEAD

The death of Miss Anna M. Springer occurred at her home on North Market street at 11 o’clock Sunday night(April 2, 1911) following a long illness, death being due to a complication of diseases. More than a year ago Miss Springer became ill and while she has improved at times when it was hoped she might recover her usual health, each time she would suffer a relapse. During last summer she entered a sanitarium where she remained until December, returning home a that time much improved but two weeks ago she was again stricken ill and gradually grew worse until the end came.

Deceased was the only daughter of Dr. Daniel Springer, one of the well known physicians of former years in Lisbon. She was born in this city in the house where her death occurred and has always been a resident of Lisbon. Miss Springer was of a kind and generous disposition and no resident of Lisbon was more highly respected and esteemed. She is survived by one nephew, Murray Springer, of Chicago, who with his family arrived here this morning, and one niece, Mrs. Lena McCook Clark, of Devon, a suburb of Philadelphia, daughter of Rev. Henry C. McCook of Philadelphia, and several cousins. Funeral arrangements have not yet been made.