NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - The Miami News; Miami, Florida; Thursday, January 12, 1912; Page 5 (Newspapers.com)
Messrs. LeRoy Mullihan and Strickland, of Little River, were in the city yesterday on business.
OBITUARY - Charles Samuel Mullihan (father of LeRoy Sanford Mullihan); The Evening Times; Sayre, Pennsylvania; Saturday, November 26, 1932; Page 2 (Newspapers.com)
FATHER OF ATHENS MAN DIED AFTER EVENTFUL LIFE
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mullihan of 304 West Pine street, Athens, have received word of the death of Mullihan's father, Charles S. Mullihan, age 84, one of the first settlers of Loxley, Alabama, at the home of his daughter Mrs. R. A. Epperson at noon on November 4. The end came after a week of ??? brought on by a light paralytic stroke.
Mr. Mullihan was one of five brothers, four of whom served in the Civil War, and was born in Warren Center, Pa. At the age of sixteen years he left home to join a band of hunters in the Black Hills. His first money came to him through the sale of Antelope and buffalo meat to the contractors then building the Northern Pacific railroad.
A few years later he met and married Miss Lettie LeClair, at York, Nebraska. After proving up on a homestead and timber claim in western Nebraska he moved to Missouri, then because of ill health to Florida, later going to Lexley where he spent the remainder of his years.
Surviving are three daughters, four sons, and twenty-three grandchildren. The body was buried beside that of his wife, who died on November 14, 1928, at Pocatello, Idaho, where his youngest son resides.
OBITUARY - Glen Mullihan (brother of LeRoy Sanford Mullihan)
Glen Mullihan, 75, 630 McKinley, a retired crane operator for the Union Pacific Railroad, died at his home Saturday after a short illness.
A son of Charles and Lettie LeClaire Mullihan, he was born March 12, 1890 at York, Neb. He lived in Missouri, Alabama, and Florida before coming to Idaho in 1913. He moved to Lakeview, Mont., in 1917, and returned to Pocatello in 1924 and worked for the Union Pacific until his retirement Sept. 30, 1959.
He married Lula Mae Fechtel Dec. 7, 1912 at Griswold, Iowa. She died here Nov. 22, 1963.
He was a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, the Union Pacific Old Timers Club 15, the Golden Age Club, and was a former member ot the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aerie 119, and had served in various offices in the lodge.
Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Eleanor (Reese) Morin, Lewiston, Idaho; two grandchildren, Glen and Arlene Reese of Pocatello, one great-grandchild; a brother, Roy Mullihan, Arcadia, Fla., and two sisters, Mrs. Glen Jimeson, Haiwatha, Kan., and Mrs. Roy Epperson, Lillian, Ala. Two daughters preceded him in death.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Downard Chapel with the Rev. Minnie Reddick of the First Church of God officiating. Burial will be in Mountainview Cemetery under the direction of the Downard Funeral Home.
OBITUARY - The Tampa Tribune; Tampa, Florida; Thursday, January 26, 1967; Other Editions, Page 22 (Newspapers.com)
LEROY MULLIHAN SR.
ARCADIA -- Leroy S. Mullihan Sr., 124 S. Hillsborough Ave., died Monday in the Hill Crest Nursing Home in Avon Park. He was born in Creighton, Neb., and came to Arcadia in 1919. He was a retired carpenter and painter and a ruling elder emeritus of the First Presbyterian Church of Arcadia. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Blanch D. Mullihan, Arcadia; one son, Leroy S. Mullihan Jr., Milwaukee, Wis., and two sisters, Mrs. Ray Epperson, Lillian Ala., and Mrs. Glen Jumeson, Hiawatha, Kan., and two grandchildren.
LEROY S. BLANCHE D.
1883 - 1967 1887 - 1969.