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 Joann A “Infant” Roscoe

Joann A “Infant” Roscoe

Birth
Rome, Oneida County, New York, USA
Death 29 Jun 1944 (aged 4)
Rome, Oneida County, New York, USA
Burial Rome, Oneida County, New York, USA
Plot B
Memorial ID 100642711 · View Source
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JO ANN ROSCOE, 4,
FATALLYINJURED
Girl Struck by Automobile
On Her Birthday
DIES SHORTLY AFTER
REACHING HOSPITAL

Youngster Crossing James
St. Near Her Home
Jo Ann Roscoc, who was four
years old yesterday, was fatally
i injured in a motor vehicle accl-
! dent near her home shortly before
7:30 p. m. when she was
I struck by an automobile operated
i by Mrs. Martin R. Marriott, 912
Laurel St.
The girl was the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Roscoe, 510
N. James St. The parents were
in Syracuse at the time, attending
the wedding of a niece If Mr.
Roscoe. A woman had been engaged
to stay at the home in her
absence.
The accident occurred near the
intersection of James St. and Fort
Stanwix Park South, almost
across the street from the girl's
home and in front of Fort Stanwix
Park.
Mrs. Marriott reported to police
she was driving south on James
St. and did not know she had
struck the youngster. She said she
thought a tire had gone flat.
Police learned the* girl was
crossing from the east to the west
side of the street when the accident
occurred. She was taken to
the hospital by Frank McCauley,
101 Vine Place, who came upon
the scene at that time.
The girl died three minutes after
being admitted to the institution.
* Coroner Thomas A. Cox reports
death was caused from hemorrhage
and shock.
Riding with Mrs. Marriott at
the time was her sister-in-law,
Mrs. August G. Oldfield,. 631
Chatham St. The girl is reported
to have been on her way back to
the park to rejoin companions after
having gone to her home.
She was born in Rome June 28,
1940. Surviving besides her parents
there are five sisters, Mrs. Hilda
Nicklaw, Mrs. Arlene Jeffrey,
Delores, Patricia and Donna
Marie, and two brothers. Don and
Louis C. Roscoe jr., all of Rome.
She attended St. Peters Church.
Investigating with Coroner Cox
were Police Captain Patrick J.
Smith and Patrolmen Cecil Parkhurst
and James V. Brown
DAILY SENTINEL. ROME, N. Y., THURSDAY EVENING. JUNE 29, 1944


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  • Created by: Ronald E Schuler
  • Added: 13 Nov 2012
  • Find A Grave Memorial 100642711
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Joann A “Infant” Roscoe (28 Jun 1940–29 Jun 1944), Find A Grave Memorial no. 100642711, citing Saint Peters Catholic Cemetery, Rome, Oneida County, New York, USA ; Maintained by Ronald E Schuler (contributor 47631330) .