DIES IN CHAIR
The Daily Telegram., June 22, 1914
Rosebary C. Pritchard, Well Known Resident of County, Dies Suddenly.
Rosebary C. Pritchard, age 60 years, a well known resident of the county, died suddenly at 1 o’clock Sunday afternoon while sitting in a chair in his home on the Weston road near the tunnel.
Mr. Pritchard had been in failing health for several months, the immediate cause of his death being kidney and liver trouble.
Mr. Pritchard had been feeling badly for some time but was not bed-fast.
C. K. Pritchard, a brother, was staying with him. Shortly after the dinner hour yesterday afternoon C. K. Pritchard left the house and walked up the road a short way.
He returned in about five minutes and found his brother cold in death.
The deceased man is survived by two brothers and two sisters. The brothers are C. K. Pritchard, of this city, and F. A. Pritchard, of Coolville, O. The sisters are Mrs. Joseph Thorn and Mrs. A. B. Hall, of this city.
The funeral services will be held at 10 o’clock Tuesday morning at the home of his brother, C. K. Pritchard, on South Chestnut street.
The Rev. L. E. Peters will have charge of the services and the burial will be in the Odd Fellows’ cemetery.