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IVORY, William A.
|Cambria Freeman, 18 Sep 1903, Contributed by Patty Millich|
|William A. Ivory|
William A. Ivory who died suddenly of heart disease at St. Louis September 5th, was the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ivory of Loretto, and was born June 18, 1868. He was twice married, his first wife being Miss Elizabeth Little of Loretto who died May 28, 1895. His second wife was Miss Enide Quess of St. Louis, who survives him with one son, Henry. The remains were brought to Cresson September 8th and taken to Loretto, where a requiem mass was said by the Rev. Father Kenoy of St. Francis' College, interment being made in St. Michael's Church cemetery.
Mr. Ivory is survived, besides his wife and son, by his parents and the following brothers and sisters: Louis F. of Cresson, Richard and Edward of Loretto, George of Duquesne and Mrs. W. C. Schwab, Mrs. William Hogue and Mrs. Eugene Litzinger of Loretto.
Mr. Ivory was in St. Louis for eight years where he was employed as a carpenter.