MASON COUNTY OBITUARIES 1910

 

Cossin, Emma
The Mason Republican
Temperance Trulh and Justice
Point Pleasant, Mason County, West Virginia
Friday, April 8, 1910
Page 1, Waterloo Correspondent

Cossin - Mrs Emma Cossin, wife of E A Cossin, died Monday morning at 2 o'clock, after an illness of about two weeks. Funeral at Arbuckle church. She leaves a husband, daughter, father, brother and sister, and innumerable friends to mourn her departure.

Cotterill, E W
The Mason Republican
Temperance Trulh and Justice
Point Pleasant, Mason County, West Virginia
Friday, April 8, 1910
Page 1, Ash Correspondent

E W Cotterill departed this life March 31, 1910. He was born March 11, 1841. Age 69 years and 20 days. The funeral services were conducted by Rev A S Riffle at Mount Olive church Saturday at 10:30. Interment in the Morgan cemetery. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family.

Cottrill, E W
Posted by R Pullin
Mason County Message Board
Tuesday, February 8, 2000
Old Soldier Dead

E.W. Cottrill an old civil war veteran, living near Flatrock, died Wednesday last. He was a member of Company I of the 11th West Virginia Infantry, and never tired of talking over the many exciting incidents, of those days, with his old comrades. The deceased leaves besides a widow eleven children to mourn their loss. The surviving children are: Mrs Sweeney of Warden, WVa, Mrs M.C. McGlaughlin, Elm Grove, Mrs John Cox, Wheeling, Mrs Orn Pullin and Mrs John Rice, Flatrock, Mrs C.A.Board, Woodenville, Wash,. Rev. Anderson Cottrill, of Montana, Mr.Caleb Cottrill, of Woodenville, Wash,. Will and George at home. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Andy Riffle at Morgan Church, Saturday April 2. He was laid to rest in the Morgan Graveyard near his home. He made a confession a few days before he died that he was ready to go and preferred death to so much suffering.
(NOTE: E.W. COTTRILL Died March 31,1910. This Obit. was printed April 6,1910 )

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