Harley E. Green 1892-1918
Posted By: Debbie Truitt (email)
Date: 7/22/2017 at 16:14:07
Obituary From “Ottumwa Daily Courier,” Monday, March 4, 1918:
MEETS DEATH BY FALLING
CINDER WHEELER AT POWER HOUSE DROPS FROM CONDENSER AND IS KILLED.
Harley E. Green, a cinder wheeler at the power house, fell from a ladder on the water condenser, while at work this morning about 8:30 o’clock and was almost instantly killed. He died shortly after being placed in the ambulance.
Green was found lying on the concrete floor at the foot of the ladder by fellow working men. No one saw him fall. An ugly gash in the left side of his head showed that he had struck the floor with much force.
He was 25 years of age and has been employed at the power house for several months. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. F.A. Barton, 621 East Williams street, and one son, four years old.
An inquest was held this afternoon by Justice W.B. Jones, acting coroner.
Funeral Notice From “Ottumwa Daily Courier,” Tuesday, March 5, 1918:
The funeral services of Harley E. Green who died as a result of a fall at the power house, will be held Thursday at 10 a.m. at the residence, 621 East Williams street, conducted by Rev. D.C. Eddy, pastor of the Free Methodist church. Burial will be in Shaul cemetery.
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