T. L. YOHO, 66 OF WOODLANDS FOUND DEAD AT HIS HOME
Thomas Lindsey Yoho 66, a resident of Woodlands RD 1 [WV], was found dead yesterday morning at his home.
He was a member of the Clouston church and was a prominent resident of Marshall county.
Surviving are his wife Ella Marcella Yoho; two daughters, Ruth Cozart of Proctor, and Olive Marcum, of Pontiac, Mich.; a son, Dr. Noel Yoho of Moundsville; two brothers, Okey and Joe Yoho both of Moundsville; and a sister Mrs. Sue Coffield of New Martinsville, and four grandchildren. The body is at the Lutes funeral home, 1109 Second street. It will be removed to the late home this evening, where services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. Rev. E. P. Schaich of the Moundsville Christian Church will be in charge. Interment will be in Fairview church cemetery, Franklin district.
(Source: Moundsville Daily Echo - 1 July 1952 - furnished by Clarice Stanley)
Note: The obituary says found dead "yesterday morning" - but Court House Record shows 1 July 1952. Did he actually die June 30, 1952? I checked my Computer Calendar for 1952 and July 1, 1952 is Tuesday! We could check Social Security Records. I assume date of the Echo was 1 July 1952, as that is the way Vernon Anderson recorded all the dates of the newspaper, on the back of the pages he copied. 1 July 1952 is the date of the Echo in this instance. (Clarice Stanley)