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Margaret Mulcahy - Obituaries

State of Ohio Bureau of Vital Statistics - Certificate of Death 
County of Huron, City of Monroeville 
Margaret Myers Female, White, DOB: Nov 2, 1833, Age: 82y, 2m, 10d, Married, Born in Ireland, Father: David Mulcahey, born in Ireland, Mother: Nora Berry, born in in Ireland, DOD: Jan 12, 1915, Cause of Death: Pneumonia

Norwalk Reflector Herald January 13, 1915 
"Death Claims Aged Woman"
Mrs. Philip Meyers, a well known resident of Monroeville, dies of pneumonia. One of Monroeville's oldest and most highly respected residents, Mrs. Philip Meyers, passed away yesterday, after a brief illness. She was stricken with pneumonia Saturday. Mrs. Meyers was born in Cork, Ireland 82 years ago but came to this country when a girl. She had been a resident of Monroeville for more than fifty years, 47 of which have been spent in the home where she…. [error in microfilm - cannot read] The family is well known in the community in which the members lived, several of them having been connected with the L.S. & M.S. railroad for a great many years, the husband as a target man and a son as a passenger conductor. The hand of death has fallen heavily on the brothers and sisters of Mrs. Meyers, recently, she being the sixth of her family to pass away within a year. The deceased is survived by seven children, four sons and three daughters, as follows: George M., of Kansas City; Davis, of Enid, Okla.; Thomas, of Topeka, Kan. and Phillip Meyers, of Minnott, Minn.; Mrs. Nora Calhoun and Mrs. Will Seward of Elyria, and Mrs. M. Hannon, of Cleveland. Friday morning the funeral car Dolores will take the body to Clyde, where funeral services will be held in the Catholic church. Internment will be in the church cemetery in Clyde.

Norwalk Reflector Herald 
The funeral of the late Mrs. Philip Myers of this place will be held on Friday morning in Clyde. The remains will be taken there in the funeral car via the Lake Shore Electric and she will be laid to rest in the family lot there.

Clyde Enterprise, Thursday, January 14, 1915 
"Will Be Buried Here" 
Mrs. Philip Myers, age 83 years, died Tuesday at her home in Monroeville. The remains will be brought to Clyde for burial in St. Mary's cemetery Friday morning, the trip being made in a funeral car. The deceased leaves a husband and six children. She was formerly Miss Margaret Mulcahy, aunt of the late Mrs. Fred Curtiss.

Freemont Daily News Wednesday, January 13, 1915 
Mrs. Philip Myers, eighty two, one of Monroeville's oldest citizens, died Tuesday. Death was due to a sever attack of pneumonia. The death of Mrs. Myers is the sixth one that has occurred in her family during the past year. Surviving are her aged husband, three daughters and four sons. The body will be taken to Clyde Friday morning on the Lake Shore Electric funeral car. Funeral services and burial will be in that place.

Elyria Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) 1915 January 14