Samuel Dyke from Akron Insulator & Marble Company on train with widow.

[Newspaper]

Publication: The Salem Daily News

Salem, OH, United States
vol. 8, no. 21, p. 8, col. 2


ON THE SAME TRAIN.


An Akron Business Man and a

Young Widow Have Left the City.

 

Akron, January 25. Samuel C. Dyke, a prominent business man of this city, and superintendent of the Akron Marble and Insulator Company, until a few days ago, has disappeared. On the same train went Mrs. Clara Esyscue, a young widow, who had been employed in the works.

Mrs. Dyke was seen and said that her husband had told her that he was going to East Liverpool to look for a situation, but that several letters directed to him there had not been answered. This was nearly two weeks ago. She had heard the report of his being accompanied by the Esyscue woman, and said she would take immediate steps for a legal separation. Dyke took with him all his clothes. He aslo disposed of the stock which he held in the company, of which he was superintendent, besides property of various kinds and description.

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Keywords:Akron Insulator & Marble Company
Researcher notes:The actual name of the company was Akron Insulator & Marble Co.
Supplemental information: 
Researcher:Elton Gish
Date completed:January 16, 2007 by: Elton Gish;