This obituary appeared in The Coshocton Tribune, Coshocton, Ohio MRS ROAHRIG DIES AFTER 2 WEEKS ILLNESS After an illness of little more than two weeks duration, Mrs Solomon Roahrig died at her home about three miles from Wills Creek, Tuesday morning at 6 o'clock. Mrs Roahrig was almost 55 years of age. She had been seriously ill for two weeks preceding her death, suffering with a complication of liver and stomach trouble. Mrs Roahrig had for many years been a resident of the community in which she lived at the time of her death and she was a highly respected woman by all whom she came in contact. She was an active and loyal member of the Lutheran Church. The husband Solomon Roahrig, two brothers Rudolph Moscow of Coshocton, Albert Moscow of Bacon Run and one sister Mrs Jacob Skiles of near Wills Creek survive. among other relatives in this city are two nephews Carson Roahrig of Bank Street, Ernest Miller of Lee Avenue and two niece's, Mrs James Snedecker of Orange Street and Mrs Bradford of Kenilworth Avenue. The funeral service will be held from the Zion Lutheran Church Thursday morning at 10:30 and burial will take place in Zion Cemetery.