Harry S. Livingston
1926

Harry Livingston
Dies at Age of 72

Harry S. Livingston, aged 72, one of the best known residents of East Lake,
died at his home, 3108 Ave M, yesterday afternoon at 1 o¹clock after a short
illness. He is survived by his wife, two sons, C. D., of this city, and H.
W. Livingston, of Atlanta, Ga.; two daughters Mrs. G.O. Bates of this city
and Mrs. W. S. Sitton, of Teloga, GA.; two brother Robert W., of Pittsburgh,
Pa., and two sisters, Mrs. Anderson Sole, of McKeesport Pa., and Mrs. R. H.
Brown, of this city. Mr. Livingston had been a resident of East Lake for
more than thirty years and had been connected with the Ross-Mehan foundry
for the same length of time. Mr. Livingston was  was a molder, and in his
young years was active in union labor circles.
Funeral will be held from the home Thursday afternoon at 2 o¹clock, the Rev.
Mr. Adams and the Rev. T. S. McCallie officiating. Interment will be in
Forest Hill cemetery. Pallbearers will be Matt Brown, Richard Brown, Charley
Hunt, Harry Hunt, A. M. Hill and C. A. Carpenter.
The Chattanooga Times, Wednesday, February 24, 1926.

Submitted by Claudia O'Leary
mailto:coleary@thefloridacatholic.org