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Subject: OBIT-JOSEPH MENEGAY, STARK COUNTY
Date: Sat, 23 Oct 1999 18:16:56 EDT


STRUCK BY A TRAIN
JOSEPH MENEGAY KILLED ON THE FT. WAYNE RAILWAY, SUNDAY
Joseph Menegay, a son of Simon Menegay, of West Gorgas Street, was
killed near Garfield, Ohio, Sunday afternoon. Mr. Menegay was walking along
the track of the Pennsylvania Railway Company and was struck by the Toledo
special at about one o'clock. He had been on track No. 1 and stepped to track
No. 2 in order to get out of the way of an east bound train. After he had
done this he was struck by the Toledo train. Death was instantaneous but the
body was not mangled.
Mr. Menegay was born on a farm a short distance west of Louisville about
forty-three years ago. Upon reaching the age of manhood he left the farm and
had since been employed as a moulder. For the past year he had been making
his home in Beaver Falls. Pa. He is survived by his father and the following
sisters and brothers. Louis Menegay, of Cleveland; Frank Menegay of Chippewa
Lake; Charles Menegay of Akron; Henry Menegay of New Berlin Ohio; James
Menegay and Mrs. Louis N. Ley, of Canton; Mrs. Alfonso Faiver, of Lansing
Mich; Miss Anna Menegay of Louisville. The remains were brought to
Louisville, Monday afternoon, and were taken to the home of his father, where
they were viewed by many friends and associates. Funeral services were held
at St. Louis Catholic church, Tuesday afternoon, and were conducted by Rev.
Father Senner. The attendance at the services was large. Interment was made
in the Catholic cemetery.
Louisville Herald Date of death 15 July 1906 Submitted by Anita A.
Rippel

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