Piqua Daily Call

Saturday, December 9, 1939


Cerebral Hemorrhage Results in Death Late Friday Afternoon. Cerebral hemorrhage was diagnosed as the cause in the death of William R. Clark, 79, who died suddenly at four o’clock Friday afternoon at his home on the Stillwater road. Mr. Clark, a farmer, was born in Shelby county, January 14, 1940, the son of David and Margaret Morrow Clark.  He had lived at the present location since 1913 and was a member of the Presbyterian church.  He had been engaged in farming for 65 years.  He leaves his widow, Mrs. Carrie M. Clark; a sister Miss Fannie Clark of Piqua and a grandchild, Ruth Clark of Brookville, O.  A son, Otto L., died in 1932.  The Rev. John C. Inglis will conduct funeral services at two o’clock Monday afternoon at the late residence with burial in Forest Hill cemetery.  Friends may call at the residence Sunday afternoon and evening and until time for the funeral Monday.

Provided by Roger A. Hopkins

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