The (Norwalk) Daily Reflector, Monday, January 28, 1907, page one
DEATH OF WILLIAM SUHR
FORMER WELL KNOWN NORWALK BUSINESS MAN DIES AT CLEVELAND
William Suhr, for many years a resident of Norwalk, where he conducted a clothing store, and well known throughout all Huron county, died Saturday evening at 8:30 o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank Knapp, in Cleveland. Mr. Suhr had been in failing health for a number of years and some time ago went to Cleveland to live with his daughter. He was 78 years of age and had lived in Norwalk since 1854, coming here from Cleveland. His wife died in this city about four years ago. He was a prominent Mason and an Odd Fellow.
Mr. Suhr leaves to mourn his death, three sons - George W. Suhr and Judge Charles Suhr, of this city, and William A. Suhr, who resides in Norwalk township - and two daughters - Mrs. Frank Knapp, of Cleveland, and Mrs. Otto Sinz of Oakland. Cal.
The remains will be brought to Norwalk, Wednesday, for burial. The funeral arrangements cannot be definitely made until the arrival home of Judge Suhr, who went to Arizona some ten days or more ago and who has not yet been located, although it is known that he left for home Saturday and expected to return via New Orleans.