|Born||Edward William Coppin|
|Died||September 3, 1942 |
|Resting place||Colon Cemetery|
In 1911, the company brought the play, "A Night in an English Music Hall," to the United States. When Chaplin entered motion pictures, Mr. Coppin formed the "Keystone Trio" with Stan Laurel and a girl.
He died of a heart attack the day after the famous fire evacuation of Blackstone's audience from the Lincoln Theater in Decatur, Illinois.