Clyde S. Roach, 18871937 (aged 50 years)

Name
Clyde S. /Roach/
Given names
Clyde S.
Surname
Roach
Note: Visit Clyde's page on the Augusta Cemetery website:
Birth
Birth of a brother
August 1889 (aged 2 years)
Death of a paternal grandmother
April 20, 1895 (aged 8 years) Age: 61 years 20 days
Cause: phthisis
Citation details: pg 15
Text:

Mary C/G w/o J.W. Roach b Mar 28 1834 Apr 20 1895

Citation details: Vol 4, pg 409
Text:

M.G. Roach died 20 Apr 1895 in Augusta of Phthisis, married, housewife, residence same.

Burial of a paternal grandmother
Cemetery: Augusta Cemetery, Augusta, OH
Birth of a daughter
June 25, 1910 (aged 23 years)
Citation details: 283-28-7876
Text:

Social Security Death Index

Name: Opal E. Weir
SSN: 283-28-7876
Last Residence: 44657 Minerva, Stark, Ohio, United States of America
Born: 25 Jun 1910
Died: 26 Aug 1988
State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (Before 1951)

Source Citation: Number: 283-28-7876;Issue State: Ohio;Issue Date: Before 1951.

Death of a paternal grandfather
Citation details: pg 15
Text:

John W Roach 1833 - 1917

Death of a mother
1936 (aged 48 years)
Citation details: Vol 13, pg 1084 Grove Hill Cemetery, Hanover Tp, CCO
Text:

Della Roach 1866 - 1936

Death
Cause of death: Struck by bolt of lightning
Source: Alliance Review
Citation details: June 1937
Text:

CLYDE S. ROACH, 50, SUCCUMBS TO BROKEN NECK AND SHOCK
OTHER MEMBERS OF FAMILY STUNNED
LIGHT STORM LAST NIGHT CLAIMS LOCAL WOMAN'S FATHER

Struck by lightning as he sat in the kitchen of his farm home on the E. Rochester-Augusta Road about 5pm Thursday, Clyde S. Roach, 50, was instantly killed.

The family had just concluded the evening meal and Mr. Roach was leaning back on his chair, with his elbow on the sink. The bolt of lightning was believed to have centered in the light socket overhead, traveling to the sink.

Other members of the family gathered around the table were slightly stunned by the bolt, but felt no ill effects. Dr. C.C. Taylor of E. Rochester was summoned. Mr Roach was severely burned about the back and suffered a broken neck. There was nodamage to any of the farm buildings.

Mr. Roach, father of Mrs. William Weir of the West State Road, was born at Hanoverton April 10, 1887 and had lived in that vicinity his lifetime. He was a member of the First Christian Church at Augusta and of the Masonic Lodge there.

His wife, Verna; three daughters, Mrs Weir, whose husband is a teller at the First National Bank, Misses Faye and Mabel Roach of the home; his father, James Roach of Kensington; two brothers, Harry of Kensington and Roy of Cleveland and twograndchildren, survive.

Funeral services will be held at the home Sunday at 2pm, and at the First Christian Church in Augusta at 2:30pm. Burial will be at Augusta.

Burial
Citation details: Page 34
Text:

ROACH
Clyde S 1887-1937
McCLURE, Verna Roach 1889-1981
McCLURE, Robert A. 1878-1952

Family with parents
father
18631946
Birth: October 23, 1863 30 29 Ohio
Death: July 18, 1946Kensington, Hanover Tp, Columbiana Co, Oh
mother
elder brother
3 years
himself
18871937
Birth: April 10, 1887 23 20 Ohio
Death: June 17, 1937at home, E. Rochester, Carroll County, Ohio
2 years
younger brother
Family with Verna Manfull
himself
18871937
Birth: April 10, 1887 23 20 Ohio
Death: June 17, 1937at home, E. Rochester, Carroll County, Ohio
wife
18891981
Birth: April 22, 1889 21 19
Death: October 16, 1981Minerva, Stark, OH
daughter
19101988
Birth: June 25, 1910 23 21 Ohio
Death: August 26, 1988Alliance, Stark, OH
daughter
Private
daughter
Private
Robert A. McClure + Verna Manfull
wife’s husband
18781952
Birth: February 23, 1878Knoxville, Tennessee
Death: August 23, 1952Minerva, Stark, Ohio, United States
wife
18891981
Birth: April 22, 1889 21 19
Death: October 16, 1981Minerva, Stark, OH
Marriage Marriage
Denny + Verna Manfull
wife’s husband
wife
18891981
Birth: April 22, 1889 21 19
Death: October 16, 1981Minerva, Stark, OH
Marriage Marriage
Birth
Death
Source: Alliance Review
Citation details: June 1937
Text:

CLYDE S. ROACH, 50, SUCCUMBS TO BROKEN NECK AND SHOCK
OTHER MEMBERS OF FAMILY STUNNED
LIGHT STORM LAST NIGHT CLAIMS LOCAL WOMAN'S FATHER

Struck by lightning as he sat in the kitchen of his farm home on the E. Rochester-Augusta Road about 5pm Thursday, Clyde S. Roach, 50, was instantly killed.

The family had just concluded the evening meal and Mr. Roach was leaning back on his chair, with his elbow on the sink. The bolt of lightning was believed to have centered in the light socket overhead, traveling to the sink.

Other members of the family gathered around the table were slightly stunned by the bolt, but felt no ill effects. Dr. C.C. Taylor of E. Rochester was summoned. Mr Roach was severely burned about the back and suffered a broken neck. There was nodamage to any of the farm buildings.

Mr. Roach, father of Mrs. William Weir of the West State Road, was born at Hanoverton April 10, 1887 and had lived in that vicinity his lifetime. He was a member of the First Christian Church at Augusta and of the Masonic Lodge there.

His wife, Verna; three daughters, Mrs Weir, whose husband is a teller at the First National Bank, Misses Faye and Mabel Roach of the home; his father, James Roach of Kensington; two brothers, Harry of Kensington and Roy of Cleveland and twograndchildren, survive.

Funeral services will be held at the home Sunday at 2pm, and at the First Christian Church in Augusta at 2:30pm. Burial will be at Augusta.

Burial
Citation details: Page 34
Text:

ROACH
Clyde S 1887-1937
McCLURE, Verna Roach 1889-1981
McCLURE, Robert A. 1878-1952

Name

Visit Clyde's page on the Augusta Cemetery website:
http://www.augustacemetery-ohio.com/Residents/Q-R/Roach-Clyde/Roach-Clyde-S.htm