|Birth: ||May 21, 1907|
|Death: ||May 21, 1946|
Fall Is Fatal to Jackson St. Man
George Monroe Rognon, 39, of Jackson street, died this morning at the home of his mother, Mrs. Ellen Elson of 130 North Fourth street, as the result of injuries sustained late yesterday when he fell while walking across the Fifth street bridge.
Rognon struck his head on the curbing, it was reported. The accident occurred about 5 p.m. He was removed to Bethesda hospital, but was dismissed following examination.
Rognon, who was born in Albany**, Ala., had resided here since 1923. He was employed at the Burley Glass Products Co. in South Zanesville. While in Alabama, he attended the Methodist church.
Surviving are his widow, Edith of the home; three sons, Charles, Robert and James Rognon, all of the home: his mother; a sister, Mrs. Lucille Suler of Toledo; and three brothers, Roy Rognon of St. John's street and Robert and Fred Rognon of Oakland, Calif.
The body has been removed to the Dean-Swope funeral home. Burial will be in Greenwood.
printed in "The Zanesville Signal" 21 May 1946 - evening edition.
** New Decatur/Albany existed as a city from 1887 until 1927, when it merged with the city of Decatur
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