WILL HOLD TIMLIN FUNERAL IN CITY
The body of George Timlin, well known local
young man who was instantly killed Saturday when struck by a train near
Mineral Ridge,Ohio, was removed Sunday to the home of his sister, Mrs T.
Mahoney, 18 Maple ave., Niles. Funeral services will be held in St. Ann's
church, Youngstown at 9 a.m. Tuesday. Mr Timlin was born in Youngstown 32
years ago, attended St. Ann's school and later became identified with the
Republic Iron & Steel Co. He was a World War veteran, having served 18
months in France, the most part of that time on the front lines. Following
his return from the army he resumed his duties with the Republic Iron and
Steel Co. A young man of fine character, Mr Timlin leaves a legion of
friends who will be deeply grieved to learn of his tragic death. In late
years he has resided with his brother, John Timlin, city. Four sisters and a
brother survive: Mrs W. P. Arntz, Warren, Mrs Catherine Edgar, Cleveland,
Mrs W. S. Ridinger, city, Mrs T. Mahoney, Niles, and John Timlin, city.
Burial will be made in Calvary cemetery.
Date of death: October 13, 1923
Source: Youngstown Vindicator - Oct 15, 1923
Submitted by great-niece - Catherine Timlin-Hebb