The Coshocton Tribune
September 29, 1919
JOHN ROAHRIG, 70, DIES MONDAY AT PLAINFIELD HOME
John roahrig, aged about 70, died at his home in Plainfield, Monday morning at 1 o'clock. Death is believed to have been indirectly caused by a fracture of the hip which the aged man sustained several weeks ago from a fall. He had been in failing health since that time.
Mr. Roahrig had lived at the present home for several years and was well known and liked by people of that community. He was a farmer and was actively prominent in various agriculture associations.
Besides the widow, the following children survive: Lester, Carson, and William, Plainfield; Albert, West Lafayette; Raymond, Cambridge, O.; Sidna and Anna at home; Mrs. Chalres Bradford, this city; Mrs. William Duling, Bacon Run.
Funeral services will be condcuted from the home Wednesday morning at 10:00 o'clokc. The interment will be made in the Plainfield cemetery
Matilda Roahrig (1848 - 1935)
Raymond K Roahrig (1885 - 1974)*
Created by: CJW
Record added: Dec 10, 2011
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