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|Cincinnati Times-Star, May 2, 1911, p. 3|
The record shows that James Hugh demanded that a second autopsy be performed in Cincinnati. Although his son's body was returned in a sealed coffin, James Hugh wanted confirmation. The evidence suggests that he got his wish.
According the the Death Notice, the funeral took place in the family home and was followed with a Mass at St. Aloysius Church. He was buried at St. John's Cemetery in St. Bernard, OH. He, along with his mother, father and several other Ryans are buried in this cemetery. Not one grave is marked.
Just to complete the record for interested family, I am attaching a copy of Jim's Death Certificate.