|Posted 2018-05-15 by Judy Wight Branson|
|Weekly Journal-Miner, Prescott, Arizona Territory|
Wednesday, November 9, 1910 - page 5, column 4
Thomas Meehan Called To His Reward
(From Tuesday's Daily)
Within the past three weeks many pioneers have answered the summons
from the unknown, Thomas Meehan being the last to pass away. His
death occurred Sunday morning, a the home of his sister, Mrs.
Farrell Tiernan, and was due to the la grippe, an affliction that
seized him over four years ago, and from which he never fully
Mr. Meehan arrived in this country over thirty-nine years ago, and
was an industrious and upright citizen. In his late years his once
robust constitution gave way to the privations he suffered in the
early days, and during the last year he has been seen only
His funeral was held yesterday forenoon from the Catholic church,
and many friends were in attendance to pay their last sad respects.
High mass was celebrated by Father Mandin for the repose of the
sole. The pallbearers were R. E. Morrison, E. J. F. Horne, James J
Sweeney, M. L. Buckley, Mr. LeBarr and Mr. Mahoney.
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