Son of William Jones, Jr.
Thomas Jones of Clarksville the veteran hotel keeper is quite ill following a paralytic stroke. He is a brother of
William Jones of West Main Street.
GREENVILLE (PA) ADVANCE ARGUS 30 JULY, 1896
Mr. Thomas Jones, one of the oldest residents of the Clarksville area and in fact the oldest and most widely known citizens of this county, died at the home of his daughter
Mrs. J.C. Elviage, of Erie on September 28, aged about 75 years. Death was caused by affliction of the brain, from which he had suffered for some years. He is survived by his wife, two sons and two daughters. The remains were brought back to his late home in Clarksville. Interment in Greenfield.
MERCER DISPATCH OCTOBER 8, 1897 PAGE 1
Thomas Jones one of the oldest residents of Clarksville died at the home of his daughter
Mrs. J. C. Elviage of Erie, Tuesday afternoon aged about 75 years. Death was caused by an infection of the brain from which he had suffered for some years. He is survived by his wife and two daughters,
Mrs. Elviage and Miss Fannie Jones of Allegheny and two sons,
Frank Jones residing in Clarksville and Henry Jones of this place. Funeral services were held at the family residence in Clarksville this afternoon. Interment following in the Lackawannock Cemetary near Greenfield.
GREENVILLE ADVANCE ARGUS OCTOBER 7, 1897
obituaries and health notice submitted by Bob