Bogan-Pfahler-Kehrer-Reber-Volkmer

Alvin Smith1923

Name
Alvin Smith
Given names
Alvin
Surname
Smith
Death of a maternal grandfatherHenry Harrison Bogan
March 10, 1913

Cause: Infection in a cut (caused by trimming a bunion on the toe)
Occupation
Train Caller, Pennsylvania Railroad
before 1923
Death of a half-brotherGeorge Alvin Smith
October 3, 1923

Death October 6, 1923

Obituary
Mansfield News
October 7, 1923 (1 day after death)

Note: "Crestline- Oct 6- After remaining in a semi-conscious condition two days, Alvin Smith, victim of an automobile accident near Leesville Monday night, died at the Crestline hospital from the effects of a fractured skull. He was with a party of friends on the way to a Y Men's outing, and the Ford car, catching in a rut in the road, threw Mr. Smith to the ground. He struck his head on a stone with great force, causing the skull fracture. He was aged 22 years and had been in the employ of the Pennsylvania company for several years as train caller. He is survived by his wife, formerly Mayme Lewis, of Shelby, together with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Smith. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock." Mansfield News, Sunday Oct 7, 1923
Death
Automobile Accident
October 1923
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: March 11, 1894Crawford Co, OH
7 months
sister
himself
Father’s family with Mary Elizabeth Slick - View this family
father
step-mother
Marriage: 1899
1 year
half-sister
18 months
half-brother

Obituary

"Crestline- Oct 6- After remaining in a semi-conscious condition two days, Alvin Smith, victim of an automobile accident near Leesville Monday night, died at the Crestline hospital from the effects of a fractured skull. He was with a party of friends on the way to a Y Men's outing, and the Ford car, catching in a rut in the road, threw Mr. Smith to the ground. He struck his head on a stone with great force, causing the skull fracture. He was aged 22 years and had been in the employ of the Pennsylvania company for several years as train caller. He is survived by his wife, formerly Mayme Lewis, of Shelby, together with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Smith. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock." Mansfield News, Sunday Oct 7, 1923