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 James Byron Allison

James Byron Allison

Birth
Holmes County, Ohio, USA
Death 16 Dec 1905 (aged 33)
Raton, Colfax County, New Mexico, USA
Burial Welcome, Holmes County, Ohio, USA
Memorial ID 24772807 · View Source
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OBITUARY: Holmes County Farmer, Millersburg, Holmes Co., OH. Thursday, 21 Dec 1905.

Death of Byron Allison

The body of Byron Allison a former resident of this county, arrived in Millersburg, Tuesday afternoon, and was taken to the home of his mother, Mrs. James Allison, of Monroe township. The deceased was a son of the late James Allison, of Monroe township. He had been in poor health for some time and about three years ago went to New Mexico, hoping to be benefitted by a change of climate. His condition, however, did not improve and a few days ago he started home, death ensuing on the way. His age was about 32 years. A wife and little baby survive him. The funeral occurred Wednesday at 11 o'clock, the remains being interred at the Monroe cemetery.

OBITUARY:

Unknown Paper, Holmes Co., OH. Dec 1905.

James Byron Allison

James Byron Allison was born Dec. 16, 1872 and died Dec. 16, 1905, aged 33 years and being the anniversary of his birth. He was the son of James and Ann Allison of Monroe township. He was a pharmacist, having been educated at Angola, Indiana. After serving some time in his chosen occupation his health failed and with his wife he went to Texas and afterwards to Mexico, in the hope that the change would be beneficial. For the greater part of the three years he was located at Albuquerque. For a time the climate seemed to inspire hope of recovery, but the time came when he choose home and loved ones to all else. He started for home on the 16th of Dec. and passed away on the train at Raton, not yet at the danger point, which is Lynn - the summit called the dead line. He was cared for by railroad officials, and their kindness to Mrs. Allison could not have been excelled. On the following day she left with the body for Millersburg, and at Topeka, Kansas was joined by his brother Ellsworth and wife who accompanied her. We feel deeply the loss of such energetic and well qualified young men when they are just in the prime of manhood. There was three brothers, Herbert, Ellsworth and William, the latter dying in the south while engaged in work at the Southern Christian Institute. There were five sisters, Laura, Lula, Zorelda, May and Estella, the latter having passed away some years ago. There remains to mourn his departure his wife, mother, two brothers and four sisters. On June 25, 1902, he was united in marriage to Mame M. Goodale of Angola, Indiana. An infant daughter is the result of this union. Deceased united with the Christian church at Welcome when about eleven years old, under the pastorate of Rev. James Snyder. He was an active and efficient worker in all departs of the church and leaves the example of a Godly life to comfort those whom he dearly loved. The funeral services were held at the Welcome church on Wednesday, Dec. 20, services being conducted by Rev. A. M. Bird of Fredericksburg.

We sincerely thank our friends, neighbors and all those who so kindly rendered assistance at our recent sad bereavement, the loss of a beloved husband, son and brother. - Mrs. James Allison and Family, Mrs. Byron Allison.

Allison lineage back to Thomas Allanson, English extraction, London.

Thomas Allanson/Mary Roberts
Charles Allanson/ ? Posey
Thomas Allison/Barbary Burch
Charles Allison/Barbara Moore
Charles Allison, Jr./Mary Blackmore
Charles Allison, III/Jane Hankins
James J. Allison/Ann Elizabeth Judson Phillips
James Byron Allison



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  • Created by: George Alexander Allison, Jr.
  • Added: 20 Feb 2008
  • Find A Grave Memorial 24772807
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for James Byron Allison (16 Dec 1872–16 Dec 1905), Find A Grave Memorial no. 24772807, citing Welcome Cemetery, Welcome, Holmes County, Ohio, USA ; Maintained by George Alexander Allison, Jr. (contributor 46812554) .