OBITUARIES

Clinton Smith Ross (1879-1956) 

 

 

Source: Washington PA, THE WASHINGTON OBSERVER, Wednesday, May 23, 1956, Page 5:


CLINTON S. ROSS

Clinton S. Ross, 76, of 101 Green street [sic], Claysville, died unexpectedly Tuesday, May 22, 1956, at 2:25 a.m.

Born October 26, 1879, near Taylorstown, he was the son of John and Elizabeth Glaum Ross. He had resided in Taylorstown for most of his life until moving to Claysville two years ago. 

On March 16, 1899, he was married to Anna Ahlf. He was a charter member of the Taylorstown Christian Church and served as an elder for many years. He had been employed by the Washington Oil Company for 57 years.

Survivors include his wife, Anna A. Ross; four daughters: Freda, wife of Louis Emeterio, Claysville; Miss Verla Ross, Washington; Erma, wife of Wendell Risher, Washington, and Miss Gertrude Ross, Pittsburgh; one son, Charles Ross, Greensburg; one brother, Edward Ross, Wellsburg, W. Va., R.D. One sister, Mrs. L. H. Frye, Taylorstown. A daughter, Twila, died in infancy and two brothers and one sister are deceased.

Also surviving are four grandchildren and one great-grandchild.


(Transcribed Lou Emeterio 7/24/08 Clinton Smith Ross was 76 years, 6 months, and 26 days old when he died.)



Submitted by Lou Emeterio

 

 

 

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