Died From Paralysis. The Clarksburg Telegram., February 21, 1902, page 3 George W. Pritchard, a well-known and aged citizen and brother of the late Alpha W. Pritchard, died at his home at Point Comfort last Saturday morning of paralysis at an advanced age. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock and interment was […]
In memory of Alpheus "Alpha" Wilson Pritchard, Sr.; Esteemed pioneer citizen departs from this world after a long and useful life in his eighty-first year
In memory of Alpheus Wilson Pritchard, Jr.; member of esteemed family departs from this world in forty-eighth year of life.
In memory of Marjorie Lou Pritchard; she departed from this world in her seventy-eighth year after a long life.
In memory of Edward Harrington; he was a glass cutter, formerly employed at the Adamston Glass Factory.
In memory of Capt John R. Steel; One of most widely known men in county passed away after a long and useful life in his eighty-first year
in memory of Charles Matthew Hart; prominent manufacturer, business man and bank director who departed this world in his sixty-seventh year of life
In memory of Lenora Sullivan Cunningham; she departed from this world after succumbing to an extended illness in her twenty-third year of life
In memory of George W. Siers; Well known citizen who passed away in his ninetieth year of life
In memory of Miss Carrie E. Watkins; she departed from this world in her thirty-sixth year of life, following an illness of paralysis