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Seymour Harvey or Thomas Seymour Harvey - Zanesville, Ohio

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Seymour Harvey or Thomas Seymour Harvey - Zanesville, Ohio

Posted: 1332959093000
Classification: Obituary
Edited: 1410273686000
Seymour Harvey a respected colored resident of the Seventh ward, died at his late home on West Main st., Wednesday morning at 11:30 o'clock, after a brief illness, aged fifty years.
The deceased was a brother-in-law of N. T. (Nelson T.) Gant.
A wife and several children survive.
The funeral will take place Friday afternoon.
Zanesville Times Recorder, Thursday Morning, Feb 3, 1898

The funeral of the late Seymour Harvey will take place from the former residence on W. Main street this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Ross of the St. Paul A.M.E church officiating

ZTR Friday, Feb. 4, 1898

Newsy Notes Concerning Prominent Members of Our Afro-American Population

The funeral of the late Seymour Harvey took place from the family residence on the West Pike Friday afternoon at 2:30.
The following persons from a distance attended the funeral: Mrs. Jackson of Bridgeport; (Ohio) Mrs. Moore and Mr. Harvey of Bellaire; Mrs. Chas. Bundy of Columbus.

Wallace Needham was called to Belpre today on account of the serious illness of his uncle, Mr. Parker.

The Daily Courier, Zanesville, Ohio
Sat. Feb 5, 1898

Mrs. Charles Bundy of Cleveland has returned home.
Robinson Glass
Porter avenue
Woodlawn cemetery, Zanesville, Ohio

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