Thomas Joseph–Effie Thorne
The Clarksburg Telegram., February 09, 1900, page 4
A quiet home wedding took place at the home of Mrs. Davis, East Pike Street, Wednesday evening.
Her daughter, Miss Effie M. Thorn and Mr. Thomas D. Joseph, a real estate broker of Topeka, Kan., were the high contracting parties. Rev. C. P. Marshall officiated.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph left on the 7:06 train for their western home.
The Topeka State Journal., January 06, 1908, Last Edition, page 9
Mrs. T. D. Joseph, who has been in a critical condition since last week, died at her home, 1113 Jackson Street this morning at 1:30 o’clock. Private funeral services for the relatives and close friends will be held at the house Tuesday afternoon, and will be in charge of the Rev. Mr. Glendening of the Second Presbyterian church, after which the remains will be taken to Clarksburg, Va.,
Mrs. Joseph’s girlhood home, where the interment will be made. Friends may call at the house tomorrow morning between the hours of 10 and 12. Besides her mother, Mrs. Joseph leaves a husband and an infant son.
The Topeka State Journal., January 07, 1908, Last Edition, page 6
Mr. T. D. Joseph left today for West Virginia, with the remains of his wife, where she will be buried.
Clarksburg being her girlhood home.
BODY TO ARRIVE THURSDAY NIGHT
The Daily Telegram., January 09, 1908, page 2
The body of Mrs. Thomas D. Joseph, formerly Miss Effa Thorn, of this city, who died in Topeka, Kas., after an illness, is expected to arrive in Clarksburg from that city Thursday night, accompanied by relatives.
Arrangements for the funeral will not be made until after the arrival of the body.
BODY OF MRS. JOSEPH ENROUTE TO THE CITY
Former Clarksburg Young Woman Dies at Her Home in Topeka, Kas.
The Clarksburg Telegram., January 09, 1908, page 4
The body of Mrs. Thomas D. Joseph, of Topeka, Kas., who was formerly Miss Effa Thorn, of this city, is en route to this city, accompanied by relatives, from Topeka, where she died Tuesday after an illness.
Mrs. Joseph was a daughter of Edwin Thorn, deceased, and a step daughter of Wesley Davis, who resides west of this city. She was 30 years old.. Her mother who was called to Topeka last Friday because of her daughter’s serious illness, was at her bedside when she died. Surviving Mrs. Joseph are her husband; a little baby, Thomas Edwin Thorn, aged ten days; Ralph Thorn and Parley V. Thorn, of this city, two brothers; Cecil Davis, a half brother, and her step-father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Davis. Mrs. Joseph was married to her husband here eight years ago and they went to Topeka where he is engaged in business and where they lived since.
Of Mrs. Thomas D. Joseph, of Topeka Whose Body Arrives Here.
The Daily Telegram., Januray 10, 1908, page 2
Accompanied by the bereaved husband and mother, Mrs. Wesley Davis, the body of Mrs. Thomas D. Joseph of Topeka, Kas., arrived in the city Thursday evening on train No. 12 from Topeka, and was taken to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Davis at 620 Locust Street. The funeral will be held there Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock and the burial will be in the I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
FUNERAL OF MRS. JOSEPH.
The Daily Telegram., January 11, 1908
The funeral of Mrs. Thomas D. Joseph, of Topeka, Kas., formerly Miss Effa Thorn, of this city, who died in Topeka after an illness, was held Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Davis, at 620 Locust Street. Services were led by the Rev. W. M. Hudson, pastor of the First Presbyterian church.
The burial was in the I. O. O. F. cemetery.