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Adams County Record  1904

 

 

 

Adams County Record

Tursday, 7, January 1904

 

DIXON, Clem 8 yr. Old s/o Mr. & Mrs. King Dixon died at Winchester of pneumonia one day last week. Burial - Winchester, Ohio.

 

BURNETT, Benjamin born 28, April 1816 in Trumbull County, Ohio; died 27, Dec. 1903 at the age of 87 yr., 7 mo., and 29 days. When age 18 married Elizabeth West ( who died 24, Feb. 1894) ..married secondly to Margaret Bercaw. Eight children - 2 boys and 1 girl deceased, 5 daughters survive. Mr. Burnett served in Co., K 188th O.V.I. infantry.

 

HEATHERINGTON (COZIER), Jane… born July 1818 in Ireland, coming to America in 1819. Died 2, January 1904. In 1841 married James Heatherington.

 

CLINGER, Mrs. John (nee - Mattie BROWN) born 16, April 1870 died Sunday; Married John Clinger about 12 years ago. To them was born 2 daughters, Bessie and Cora.

Burial - Kirker cemetery.

 

KLIENKNECHT, Will, s/o J.G. Klienknecht of Liberty township, died Monday at the age of 29 years. Burial - Kirker cemetery.

 

DENMAN, Lucy Emma, d/o Reverend L.H. & S. F. Denman, born near Brooksville, Kentucky died , January 1904. Burial- West Union cemetery, beside her father, brother and sister.

 

SHIVELY, Hamilton S., s/o Daniel Shively and brother of W.S. Shively at Athens, Ohio.

 

Burial - West Union I.O.O.F. cemetery.

 

POOLE, Arthur, s/o Edward Poole died , shot by Moody WAMSLEY s/o Reverend W.C. Wamsley.

 

 

 

Thursday 4, February 1904

 

 

 

SWEARINGEN, Mrs. N.J. died at her home in Christianburg, Ohio; formerly of West Union.

 

Nancy Jane Swearingen was born 15, July 1831 near Winchester, Ohio and died 1, Feb. 1904 at the age of 72 yr.,6 mo. and 16 days. Married John L. Swearingen 8, Feb. 1854 and to them were born 7 children - William A., of Tolono, Ill., Laura M. SHINN who died 3, April 1889, Mary L. who died in 1858 at age 2 years, F.S. and J. E. who live in Addison, Ohio, Jessie who died in 1872 at the age of 6 months… her husband passed away 28, October 1875.

 

RANNELLS, James Robert died Tuesday morning at Rochester, Indiana. Born 1, January 1826 in Hamshire County, Virginia (W), died at the age of 78 yr., 24 days; moved to Urbana, Ohio with his parents when a boy. His widowed mother kept a hotel until her death in 1841.

 

James REYNOLDS (this is how it is listed in the paper - from RANNELLS to REYNOLDS) moved to West Union in early childhood, married three times - 1st. Orpha J. FENTON in 1850, to them was born one son, William W. . 2nd. Margaret TEETS / sister of P.M. Teets, to them was born one daughter, Sarah E. . 3rd Charity RYAN.

 

WAMSLEY, Margaret A. wife of Mayor James N. Wamsley, died recently at the age of 74 years, the former Miss PIATT. Burial - Locust Grove cemetery.

 

CLINGER, John died last Wednesday evening at the age of 89 years, born near Meadville, Pa. Two sons George and John, 2 daughters Mrs. Sarah PERRY and Mrs. Susie BAYLESS, one son Alfred is deceased. Burial - Manchester I.O.O.F. cemetery.

 

All three sons served in the Civil War.

 

PARKS, James died 29, January 1904 - served in Co. G 182nd reg. O.V.I., widow and several grown children survive.

 

 

 

Thursday 11, February 1904

 

LUCAS, William D. was born in 1841; married Hester A. WILSON in 1860, to them 9 children were born - John C., Clifton, Robert, Joseph, Anna, Mrs. Dora CRANE and Lizzie, two died in infancy. Civil War veteran of Co. I 39th O.V.I.

 

Burial - Copas cemetery.

 

FOSTER, Harriet E. was born 15, Feb. 1836 and died 24, January 1904 in Sheldon, Illinois, married Maxwell G. MOORISON in 1861 …. 6 children were born to them.

 

MILLER, Dr. Flavius J. born 18, Dec. 1824; married Eliza BUNN the 12, Jan. 1851.

 

Burial - I.O.O.F. cemetery.

 

McCUTCHEN, Minnie died Tuesday of appendicitis, funeral is Friday; by Reverend Ferguson. Burial - Manchester cemetery.

 

WILSON, Henry died Wednesday at the age of 79 years.

 

 

 

3, March 1904

 

ABBOTT, d/o Mr. & Mrs. Henry Abbott, caught fire and died the next morning.

 

LEWIS, Raymond, 16, step son of J.B STEEN died Monday evening of brain fever. Funeral - Tuesday; Burial will be at the Mt. Leigh cemetery.

 

 

 

17, March 1904

 

CHARLES, David died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Belle SCHLTZ, at Aberdeen, aged 88 years; born 14, March 1816 in Pennsylvania… came to Ohio in 1835 and married Elizabeth BROWNFIELD in 1837, to them were born 9 children; 2 surviving - S.B. and William CHARLES of Manchester. Burial - I.O.O.F. cemetry

 

31, March 1904

 

JONES, Edward…. Died (?) from the effects of a Railroad wreck in Clermont County, engineer on the Little Miami.

 

 

 

 

 

16, April 1904

 

RICHARDS, Hannah A., wife of Wiley Richards died Sunday morning.

 

Funeral Tuesday by Reverend McCANN… Burial - I.O.O.F. cemetery

 

The deceased is a sister - in- law of Wm. And J.L.B. YOUNG at this office (referring to the newpaper office - Adams County Record).

 

ELLIS, Jesse of Aberdeen aged 71 years died Thursday. Mentions that his daughter married W. L. MILLER of Younsville, Ohio.

 

 

 

 

 

28, April 1904

 

BALDRIDGE, Charles the only s/o Aldo Baldridege and wife, died Sunday morning. Funeral Tuesday, burial at the Kirker cemetery.

 

THOMAS, Mrs. S.S. died in Missouri. She was the former Miss Tina CHLOE, married Prof. S.S. Thomas . Brought back to Winchester for burial . Funeral by Rev. J.A. Easton, pastor of the M.E. church.

 

KINCAID, Samuel, a former resident of West Union, died at his home in Hammersville (Clermont County, Ohio) Monday. Served in the Civil War. Funeral Wednesday, burial will be in Russellville.

 

Mentions brothers J.V. and A.N. KINCAID of Liberty township.

 

SWANGER, Reuben died at Highland County Monday. Member of the 91st O.V.I., funeral Wednesday.

 

ZACHEICH, Mrs. Lydia, died this week, her husband died just 3 months ago. Funeral will be at the Decatur M.E. church.

 

 

 

5, May 1904

 

FIELDS, Maggie d/o Walker Fields died Friday morning. Funeral will be Sunday , by Reverend W. R. BRODT.

 

 

 

12, May 1904

 

MESSER, Daniel died Friday evening at the age of 88 years, in Manchester. Civil War veteran.

 

19, May 1904

 

STOUT, James body was found Wednesday, he had drowned near Rome a few weeks ago, his body was found near there.

 

23, June 1904

 

Decatur News

 

THOMPSON, Mrs. Elizabeth AUSTIN, wife of Jno. Thompson of this place died Sunday 12, June 1904 at the age of 77 years… funeral will be Monday by Reverend D. S. EWRY of the M. E. church officiating..

 

 

 

30, June 1904

 

JONES, George F. born 18, Dec. 1871 in Greenup Kentucky, died 24, June 1904 in Cedar Mills, of consumption and grippe. Survived by his wife, children, 2 brothers and 2 sisters. Burial was in the Cedar Mills cemetery.

 

 

 

7, July 1904

 

MORRISON, Rafe Peterson of Meigs township, died Tuesday near Peebles at the age of 83 years - born 23, August 1821

 

14, July 1904

 

McFARLAND, Joseph L. born 15, August, 1828 at Turkey Creek, Ohio; died 16, June 1904 at his home in Rome, Ohio. Married 25, December 1846 to Susan Metz of Turkey Creek; to them were born 13 children of which 8 survive and 56 grandchildren.

 

Thursday 21, July 1904

 

CALDWALLADER, Maude d/o Mr. & Mrs. Victor Caldwallader, died Saturday night.

 

 

 

28, July 1904

 

CARTER, Mrs. Isabel ELLISON died at the home of Samuel RYAN, Friday . She was 88 years old, a member of the Baptist church. Great Aunt of Mrs. J. B. Demint.

 

Burial at the Lick Fork Baptist church.

 

WOLFE, Nellie d/o Lewis H. & Francis STEWART Wolfe, born 31, Oct. 1883 and died 27, July 1904; survived by parents and a brother Minor Wolfe, preceded in death by a brother Homer Wolfe who died 12 years ago. Funeral, Sunday.

 

 

 

BOYLE, Wilson died at Leavenworth, Kansas in the Soldiers National home. Born and raised in West Union, was the father of Mrs. Ed SHIPMAN of this place.

 

HAMILTON, James W., a native of Adams County, Ohio - died at his home in Nashville, Kansas last week, aged 61 years; born 18, Oct. 1842 in Adams County, Ohio - moved to Benton County, Indiana in 1858 and moved to N____o county, Kansas in 1868 and to Wellington Summit county Kansas in 1871. He was a Civil War veteran of Co., A 15th Reg. Ind. Vol. Inf.

 

LEONARD, Sarah A. widow of Alexander Leonard, was born 10, November 1833 and died 19, June 1904 at the age of 70 years, 7 months and 9 days. Burial was at the Quinn Chapel cemetery 21, June 1904 services by Reverend VERITY of the M. E. Church at Quinn Chapel.

 

STEVENSON, Minnie d/o Elijah and Elizabeth Stevenson, born 27, October 1885 died 6, July 1904 at the age of 18 years, 8 months and 9 days. She lived with her grandmother Mary J. McKENZIE.

 

 

 

Thursday 4, August 1904

 

RINEHART, Martha CHARLES, died at her home in lower Sprigg township Monday. Born 27, January 1814 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Married George Rinehart 19, March 1833 and three years later moved to Adams County, Ohio. Her father was one of the noble bands of French soldiers who came over with Lafayette, in freedoms name, and offered their services to the disheartened colonial soldiers. Her grandfather John FISHER, was also a Revoluntionary soldier and fell while engaged in battle under Washington. Four of her sons served in the Civil War ( she had five sons) of these were Cyrus and D. C. of Columbus, W. H. of Fearis Kentucky who spent 16 months at Andersonville, another son George and a daughter Lizzie reside at the old home, her husband deceased several year ago.

 

18, August 1904

 

COOPER, Mrs. Eli died at her home in Monroe twonship Thursday morning, she was the sister of Mrs. Hosea YOUNG of this place and the mother of Profs. Walter and Cal Cooper, former well known Adams County teachers now located in the North West. Funeral will be this afternoon at 2:00 PM.

 

WILL

 

WIDNEY, John deceased from Wayne township admitted to probate this week. Daughters Emma E. McCLANAHAN, Anna SHUSTER, Belle BLAIR and Ella WILSON, two granddaughters, Anna E. McCLANAHAN and Susan BLAIR.

 

Witt: to will - Truman ALEXANDER and Robert COLLINS.

 

BURNETT, 18 month old child of Wylie Burnett. The child had been placed in the Wilsons childrens home by her father after the death of his wife, no immediate relatives living. Burial in the Hickory Ridge cemetery.

 

BEAVERS, Allen died at Athens, formerly of Franklin township… brought here for burial.

 

HALL, John Captain, of Aberdeen, well known river engineer - was engineer on a gun boat during the Civil War, with the Miss Fleet under the daring Farragut. He leaves four sons and a daughter, Mrs. George BROWN who died recently.

 

25, August 1904

 

GOENS, William died in a railroad accident. Survived by a sister here in Adams County, Lizzie, who for the last three years has been living in the home of John CRAWFORD.

 

Burial was in Fairmont, Kentucky.

 

LOUDER, Cleve died about two weeks ago of typhoid fever. Married just three weeks prior to her death.

 

YOUNG, Meridth "Doc" died at Pleasant Bottom 9, August 1904 at the age of 51 years… survived by his wife and six children. Burial was in the Rodgers burying grounds.

 

McCOLM, Martha was born 16, September 1835 in Adams County, Ohio and died 12, August 1904 near Ravanna, Mo., married Jesse C. FOSTER 18, February 1857 whom with six children survive Henry C., William G., Carey, Laura, Jewett, Cyrus F. and D. Mark.

 

Funeral was Sunday 14, August 1904 in Mo.

 

1, September 1904

 

MILLER, Jacob Captain brother of Andrew Miller of Liberty township died at his home in Maysville Sunday,

 

ELLISON, Mrs. Mary died last evening, sister of Mrs. Sarah J. DEMINT, Mrs. Daniel BIELY, Mrs. Mat. COSLY and the late Jasper ELLISON. Burial was in the West Union cemetery.

 

JAMESON, George died last Thursday of Tuberculosis. Survived by his wife and two children. Burial, Friday at the Wamsley cemetery.

 

Thursday 8, Sept. 1904

 

BOATMAN, Isaac of Tyger, Gallia County, Ohio died last Friday. Married Miss Jennie ELLISON sister of T. W. Ellison of West Union. Burial Sunday.

 

 

 

15, September 1904

 

MARRIAGE

 

ELLISON, Julius B. of Logan, Ohio a former popular West Union boy, was recently wedded to Miss Edith ENGLE of Logan, Ohio.

 

 

 

NICHOLS, Ella age 10 years, of the Wilsons Childrens Home died Saturday. She had been in the home since the age of 9 months. Burial was in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery

 

Wilmington, Ohio

 

GIRARD GRAND, Mrs. Georgianna , born 11, September 1820 in Bowling Green, Kentucky; married Reverend E. Grand Girard a minister December 1840, to them were born 10 children - the late Mrs. George BROWN of Wilmington, Emma and Kate Grand Girard of Wilmington, Mrs. Dr. TAPPAN and George Grand Girard of Circleville. Burial is in Hillsboro.

 

 

 

29, September 1904

 

Accidental death

 

RICHARDS, Amil was digging a well, failed to come for supper and was later found where he had fallen backwards down the well. He leaves a wife and 5 children.

 

 

 

Bradyville News

 

LITTLE, Miss Susanna died Friday, funeral Saturday with burial in the I.O.O.F. cemetery Manchester, Ohio.

 

HAVENS, Mrs. Mary E. of Montgomery, Iowa dropped dead at the residence of Saylor MaHAFFEY in Liberty township Tuesday morning. She was the sister of Mrs. Albert SWEARINGEN of Eagle Creek and an aunt of Mrs. Susie MaHAFFEY, at whose place she was visiting. Mrs. Havens mainden name was WALLACE, married Mr. Haven 8 years ago -who with two step sons survive. Funeral will be Thursday at 10:00 am at the Brair Ridge church, officiated by Reverend SHUMAKER. Interment will be at the church cemetery.

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 6, October 1904

 

 

 

McNEILAN, Reverend James, Methodist minister died Sunday morning; services at the M. E. Church Wednesday by pastor Reverend W. C. MITCHELL.

 

Son of Reverend William McNeilan, he was born 1, August 1832 in Tyrone County, Ireland and died 2, October 1904. Came to America in 1840 and lived ever since in Adams County, Ohio. Married 14, June 1858 to Ann McCLAREN, to them were born 9 children - 7 surviving; Silas and Porter both ministers, Milton a physician, Henry a clerk, Oscar a farmer, Angeline ELLISON widow of a physician and Minnie STEEN wife of a farmer.

 

Burial - I.O.O.F. cemetery

 

 

 

STEWART, Clarence R. (died from an accident) age 21 years, s/o Mr. & Mrs. Charles Stewart. Burial in the I.O.O.F. cemetery.

 

GROOMS, Mrs. John died of pneumonia Monday, she was the former Miss Caroline MOWERY; married around 30 years ago. Survived by a daughter Miss Allie GROOMS. Burial in the I.O.O.F. cemetery

 

WALLACE, Minnie the d/o Anderson and Rody J. McCLOUD , born 20, March 1884 and died 14, Sept. 1904 of consumption. Married 12, November 1903 to E. O. Wallace, survived by her parents, husband, 2 brothers and 4 sisters.

 

Mineral Springs News

 

THATCHER, Irene died of diptheria last Wednesday morning.

 

DAVIS, Mrs., the aged mother of Mrs. J. H. REED died last Tuesday evening , burial in the May Hill cemetery Thursday.

 

 

 

13, October 1904

 

JONES, John the s/o Andrew Jones died Monday evening, survived by his wife and baby girl Opal. Funeral and burial at Wamsleyville Wednesday.

 

FENTON, Turner died Monday night, age 66 years, leaves a widow. Funeral Wednesday at the Pres. Church.

 

RIDEOUT, Miss Anna the d/o George Rideout died Saturday. Funeral Tuesday with burial in the village cemetery.

 

EASTON, Mrs. Martha age 27 years, d/o James O. SMITH of Winchester, died at her home in Toledo Sunday… burial Tuesday at Winchester, Ohio.

 

BRADFORD, Richard Orval the 7 month old s/o John K. Bradford died Tuesday, burial Saturday at the West Union Cemetery.

 

BURBAGE, John was born 18, February 1832 in Brown County, Ohio - died 25, September 1904 at Winchester, Ohio. The s/o Joel Burbage and Mary DELEY, was one of 10 children, ( 5 surviving - James, William, Edward, Mrs. Sarah PITTINGER and Mrs. Angeline THOMPSON all of near Decatur)… married 12, October 1853 to Maria GREATHOUSE…served in the Civil War in Co. K, 162 nd regiment O.V.I. .

 

 

 

Mineral Springs News

 

CLINE, Noel only s/o J. L. Cline died Friday afternoon of diptheria.

 

 

 

20, October 1904

 

GROOMS, Sylvan age 21 years, the s/o Jack Grooms died of Typhoid Fever Monday night. Funeral Tuesday, burial in the I.O.O.F. cemetery.

 

 

 

WALLACE, William J. died 9, October 1904 at Villisca, Iowa at the age of 72 years; Relatives in Adams Co., are H. N . Wallace of this place , P.H. Wallace of Manchester and Mrs. Elizabeth GLASGOW of Hiett.

 

LONEY, Cora d/o Mr. & Mrs. J. D. Loney, former residents of Adams County, died Wednesday . Funeral this afternoon with burial in Martinsville Cemetery.

 

She was the neice of Dr. W. B. Loney.

 

THOMPSON, Charles Herbert veterinary surgeon, died Wednesday. Born in Yorkshiree, England 15, May 1852, came to America in 1878, married Louella LAWWILL 24, December 1891 who with three children survive. Burial will be in the village cemetery.

 

CLARK, Mrs. John (nee- Nancy Agnes COLEMAN) born 4, may 1836 in Holmes Co., Ohio; married 5, January 1860 to John Clark, born to them were seven children, 6 surviving - Lillie DIETRICK of Portland, Me., Nettie COLLINS of Morrisville, Winnie SMITH of Cleveland, Will of Augusta, Kentucky, Margaret and Charles at home. Funeral Tuesday, burial I.O.O.F. cemetery.

 

Mineral Springs News

 

MATHENY, Mrs. Dora wife of H. T. Matheny, died at he home of her daughter Mrs. Burt SMALLY, where she and her husband were visiting. Burial at the Antioch church last Sunday morning at 10:00 am.

 

Thursday 27, October 1904

 

REARICK, Mrs. Harvey J. died from the results of a fire she was building, poured oil on to the fire and it exploded catching her on fire. Survived by her husband and 3 small children.

 

McCARTY, Charles Logan, s/o Mr.. & Mrs. George McCarty, was born 20, November 1893 and died 23, October 1904.

 

WARSON, Mrs. Mary E. age 73, a native of Adams County, died at her home in Hillsboro. Married twice (1) Robert BAYLESS (2)Nathan WARSON in 1868.

 

WOODROW, Mrs. H. B. of Cincinnati, a former West Union lady and sister of S. N. BRADFORD died Monday night. Burial in Cincinnati.

 

Mineral Springs News

 

SOWARDS, Frank died last Thursday morning of diptheria. Burial - Antioch Friday morning.

 

 

 

3, November 1904

 

SMITH, Mrs. Levi and there only son Edward SMITH died of Typhoid fever Friday at about the same time. Buried Saturday in a double grave at Unity. Also a nephew of Mrs. Smith, Jas. A. MATHEWS, s/o Mr. & Mrs. J. H. Mathews died Thursday and buried Friday the same day as Mrs. Smith and her son.

 

FIELDS, Mrs. Hannah Amanda died Thursday. Born 12, December 1833 near Old Forge Dam on Brush Creek, died 27, October 1904 at the age of 71 years, 10 months and 16 days. Burial - I.O.O.F. cemetery.

 

RUSSELL, Isaac K. - Civil War veteran. Preceded in death by his (first ?) wife who died last Christmas. Survived by a son Samuel.

 

(Death was by suicide, morphine overdose)

 

GRAY, Miss Effie age 15 year died by suicide - consumed a 2 ounce bottle of carbolic acid.

 

FOSTER, Mrs. Mary widow of John H. Foster died Friday, funeral Sunday afternoon at the Manchester M. E. church with burial in the I.O.O.F. cemetery.

 

GAFFIN, Mrs. Jane, died at Bentonville Friday at the age of 68 years, widow of Norton Gaffin. Survived by four children, Mrs. J. D. DARLING, Miss Ruth, Reverened Will Gaffin and H. B. Gaffin ex. Treasurer.. Funeral Sunday by Reverened VERITY of Manchester.

 

COOK, John F. born 6, June 1848 in Adams County, Ohio. At the age of 16 years he enlisted in the Civil War, at age 22 years moved to Fayette County, for 7 years - then moved to Marion County; married 30, January 1873 to Olive V. SHIELDS , 7 children were born to them (5 are deceased)..Mr. Cook died 9, October 1904. Survived by his wife, 2 daughtes, 4 grandchildren, 2 brothers and 4 sisters. Burial in the Marion Cemetery.

 

Mineral Springs News

 

NEWMAN, Mrs. Lizzie of Jaybird ( can not read the rest of this line due to a paper crease - not for sure if it was a death or something else….s.l.p.)

 

 

 

10, NOVEMBER 1904

 

Published from the Daily Telegraph - Burlington, Iowa

 

HOLLINGSWORTH, Captain John died 29, October 1904 at the age of 69 years. Survived by a brother A. Hollingsworth of Adams County.

 

BUNN, Dr. John, died at Batavia, Clermont County Sunday, he was a native of Adams County, age about 63 years. Survived by wife and 2 son’s and a step - son. Funeral Thursday.

 

SHULTZ, Ed., of Monroe township died of Typhoid fever Saturday night. Funeral Monday by Reverend J. W. SHOEMAKER.

 

 

 

17, Novemeber 1904

 

 

 

SHULTZ, Clarinda, d/o Ed Shultz died Sunday a week after the death of her father, she died of Typhoid fever.

 

 

 

BIELY, Herman 7 year old s/o Mr. & Mrs. Biely died on Thursday, services Thursday in Portsmouth, burial in West Union.

 

 

 

SHAW, Lorn E., s/o Thomas and Clara Shaw, born 23, February 1879 and died Sunday 6, November 1904 at the age of 25 years, 8 months and 14 days; married31, August 1902 to Grace M. HALLER. Survuved by his wife and baby, father, mother, 3 brothers and 2 sisters. Preceded in death by 2 sisters. Member of the U. B. church.

 

 

 

SHRIVER, Eva Ellen, d/o Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Shriver, was born 31, January 1904 and died 4, November 1904.

 

 

 

24, November 1904

 

REYNOLDS, Russell, former West Union citizen, died at his home in Illinois one day last week at the age of 92 years; he was a carpenter.

 

MYERS, Charley Theodore, s/o Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Myers, was born 17, September 1901 and died 6, November 1904, cause of death was membraneous croup.

 

LATSCHE, Mrs. Gertrude ROBBINS, died at Good Samaritain Hospital in Cincinnat, Ohio last Thursday morning… d/o William Robbins.

 

Mineral Springs News

 

McFARLAND, infant s/o Mr. and Mrs. Vern McFarland. Burial was at the Antioch last Friday.

 

 

 

1, Decmber 1904

 

WEBER, Mrs. Karo KINCAID, wife of William Weber died at her home in Geneseo, Illinois. She was the d/o Mr. and Mrs. John V. KINCAID and a sister to Mrs. J. E. CROSS. Burial Friday.

 

WILLMAN, Mrs. Ida, died at her home at Eckmansville Tuesday morning at 2:00 AM. D/o Amos MANN and wife. Funeral at Eckmansville M. E. church yesterday morning at 10:00 AM.

 

EGINGTON, Dr. Charles Wilbur died Friday morning at 2:30 from tuberculosis. Born 16, November 1867 the s/o Dr. T. C. Edgington and wife. Married Anna CROSS and to them was born 3 children, 2 dying in infancy, remaing is one son Paul age 6 years. Burial at the I.O.O.F. cemetey.

 

THOROMAN, Ollie age 24 years, the s/o Nelson Thoroman, died Sunday night, burial - Treber Cemetery Tuesday morning.

 

 

 

15, December 1904

 

 

 

HONNALD, Mrs. Jane of Bentonville died Monday. Widow of Will Honnald who died several years ago. Funeral Wednesday by Reverend H. A. GASKENS. Burial - Kirker cemetery.

 

 

 

BLAIR, Nancy M., mother of Judge A. Z. Blair died Wednesday at elfast at her home, at the age of 74 yeas. Her husband died about 7 years ago , survived by 3 children - George A., Lametta and Judge A.Z. Blair. Funeral Thursday by Reverend NIPPERT at the Presb. Church, burial in Belfast.

 

 

 

From the Corydon, Iowa Times Republican

 

McCLANAHAN, John Newton was born 7, July 1833 near Winchester, Ohio (Adams County) died 30, November 1904 in Corydon Iowa at the age of 71 years and 4 months; his father John B. McClanahan - 50 years an elder in the Pres, church in Winchester and his mother Elizabeth KINCAID a devoted member of the same church. Survived by one sister Mrs. Sarah MASTERS and two brothers, Milton K. and William P. McClanahan. In the Spring of 1854 he went to Corydon, Iowa and married September 1855 to Mattie BAILEY and settled in Bethlehem, Wayne County, Iowa, his wife died April 1858 and he married secondly Isabella HARRIS of Keokuk, Iowa 13, December 1869. He served in Co. F 34th Iowa volunteers as Captain. Married third to Amanda STAFFORD 9, September 1872 of Ashland Ohio, four children; Phebe E. the eldest daughter died 29, October 1890 aged 17 years, Mrs. M. D. (Edith) CAMPBELL, Ada and John.

 

 

 

NEWMAN, Charlie born 27, October 1896 died Saturday 29, October 1904, s/o James Newman.

 

 

 

WEBER, Alma KINCAID, born 6, January 1874 died 29, Nov. 1904 at the age of 30 years, 10 months and 23 days. Married Will Weber 22, December 1903, survived by the husband and infant baby, 5 sisters and 2 brothers. Funeral was 2, December 1904 at Loraine, by Reverend E. O. RIFE.

 

 

 

Thursday 22, December 1904

 

 

 

MOORE, John H., formerely of Adams County, Ohio, died in Humbolt, Illinois. Served in the Civil War in the 91 st O.V.I..

 

 

 

McKINNEY, Lorenzo Dow age 88 years, died at Portsmouth Monday.

 

The article talks about how Mr. McKinney had his funeral preached in 1896 and how 10,000 people attended - leading papers of the county were represented.

 

CRAVEN, Mrs. Edith JOHNSON, d/o Mr. and MRS. Andrew Johnson, died in Cincinnati at her home last week, formerly of Adams County, Ohio.

 

WORSTELL, Mrs. Caroline, died here Tuesday morning, the daughter of Robert and Milley Ann CARROLL, born 8, October 1822. Married I. N. Worstell 24, June 1847, he died 26, June 1890. Funeral , Thursday by Reverened W. C. MITCHELL, burial in the village cemetery.

 

CHILDS, John R., of Cincinnati, was found dead in bed at the home of his nephew Ezra ROBBINS of Rome, Sunday morning; cause of death was rupture of the arteries of the heart. Served in the Civil War - 16 th Ky., Infantry. Funeral Tuesday at Maysville.

 

GUSTIN, Mrs. Frank died leaving 4 small children, the youngest being 2 weeks old. Funeral in Dunkinsville, burial in IO.O.F. cemetery.

 

IRWIN, Mrs. Frank, died near Rushtown, Scioto County, Ohio 13, December 1904 at the age of 31 years, 6 months and 28 days… survived by 2 small children, 1 sister and 2 brothers.

Cause of death was due to consumption.

 

GUSTIN, Mrs. Mollie C., of Wayne twonship died last Friday at the age of 79 years, funeral Sunday by Reverends FULTON and EDMISTON.

 

ROUSH, Mrs. Nathan, born 10, Sept 1830 near Winchester, Ohio died at the home of her son Sherman, 12, November 1904, at the age of 74 years, 2 months and 2 days; married 12, October 1848 to Nathan Roush. Funeral by Reverend M. F. BAGLY.

 

 

 

Thursday 29, December 1904

 

GRAHAM, Mrs. Martha - widow of William Graham. Burial ,Saturday I.O.O.F. cemetery.

 

GUSTIN, Laura Pearl, born 26, April 1880 died 19, December 1904. Married Frank Gustin 11, February 1897, to them were born 5 children (1 deceased). Survived by her husband, 4 children, mother and 3 brothers.

 

HOLMES, Mrs. Louis D., died at her home in Omaha, Nebraska of pneumonia. Her husband is the s/o John Holmes formerly of West Union. Survived by , Louis Holmes and cousins W. L, and Henry HOLMES who live north of town

 

 

 

GUSTIN, Mollie C., born 24, September 1826 in Pennsylvania, died 17, December 1904. Married 9, November 1849 to William C. Gustin who died 1 year, 8 months and 10 days before her. Six children - Susan, wife of Reverend W. J. BAKER of Felicity, Ohio; Jennie who married C. W. COOPER (deceased); Kate, wife of A. L. PATTON and Thomas B. all of Cherry Fork. Preceded by 2 children, Maxy D. and Mrs. Ella MORRISON. Also survived by 16 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.

 



 

The following are obituaries I have abstracted from the 1913 newspaper (The Peoples Defender)… these were originally typed on an OLD Kaypro computer *hence* I have no way of changing the all capitol text (I typed it once I am not typing it again J )..I have no other information other than what is here… I abstract what I see (no gaurentee you won’t find a mistake or two)..

 

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THE PEOPLES DEFENDER

 

2, JANUARY 1913

 

HAM BLACK OF DUNKINSVILLE, 63 YEARS OLD, SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE WHO IS THE SISTER OF DR. O.T. SPROULL AND ONE SON ROBERT. BURIAL IN SPROULL RIDGE NEAR THE HOME.

 

 

 

JOSEPH FLOREA, AGED 43 YEARS, OF THE NEWPORT AREA DIED THURSDAY MORNING.

 

 

 

JAMES EDGINGTON, WHO DIED AT THE ATHENS STATE HOSPITAL, IS BEING SHIPPED HOME FOR BURIAL IN WINCHESTER.

 

 

 

MRS. JOHN BAIRD A FORMER MANCHESTER RESIDENT DIED IN HER HOME IN PORTSMOUTH, 60 YEARS OLD. A NATIVE OF MASON COUNTY KY., SURVIVED BY SEVEN CHILDREN. BURIAL MANCHESTER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JOHN R. GRIFFITH OF MANCHESTER, DIED AT HIS HOME AT THE AGE OF 55 YEARS, SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND TWO CHILDREN MISS GUSSIE AND MRS. RUBY BOWMAN BOTH OF MANCHESTER.

 

 

 

WILLIAM BAXTER GIBBONEY THE THIRD SON OF THE LATE WILLIAM AND ISABELLA GIBBONEY DIED AT THE HOME OF SAMUEL WILSON IN LIBERTY TWP. AT THE AGE OF 74 YEARS. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS PARENTS AND TWO BROTHERS. SURVIVED BY A HALF SISTER MRS. ELIZABETH WILSON OF WEST UNION. BURIAL CHERRY FORK.

 

 

 

MRS. ED COCHRAN, DIED AT HER HOME IN PEEBLES AT THE AGE OF 36 YEARS. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, TWO CHILDREN, HER FATHER AND A BROTHER. BURIAL LOCKLAND BESIDE HER MOTHER AND SISTER.

 

 

 

MRS. G.J. FURNIER DIED AT HER HOME IN ROME AT THE AGE OF 77 YEARS. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND AND SEVEN CHILDREN. BURIAL POINT CEMETERY.

 

 

 

9, JANUARY 1913

 

JOHN FORSYTHE DIED 30, DECEMBER 1912 IN FRUIT HURST ALABAMA, HE LEAVES A WIFE AND ONE DAUGHTER OF BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA. HE WAS BORN AND RAISED TO MANHOOD IN FAWCETT. HIS WIFE'S MAIDEN NAME WAS KEYS. HE WAS 75 YEARS OLD. HIS ONLY LIVING BROTHER IS ABRAHAM FORSYTHE OF RARDEN.

 

 

 

THOMAS JOHNSON AGED 42 YEARS DIED AT HIS HOME IN RARDEN, HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE THE D/O M.H. NEWMAN OF MINERAL SPRINGS, AND FOUR CHILDREN. BURIAL NEWMAN CEMETERY.

 

 

 

16, JANUARY 1913

 

SAMUEL LUTHER SWAIN DIED AT HIS HOME ON NORTH STREET. HE WAS BORN AT HARMONY, BUTLER COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA 18, JUNE 1831, BEING OVER 81 YEARS OLD. HE CAME TO OHIO IN 1857 LOCATING ON A FARM NEAR WEST UNION. HE WAS MARRIED SHORTLY BEFORE HE LEFT PENNSYLVANIA TO MARIE AGNES HEBERLING WHO DIED 31, MARCH 1887. THE SURVIVING CHILDREN ARE C.L. SWAIN, S.E. SWAIN OF CINCINNATI AND MISS NETTIE SWAIN AT HOME. DURING THE CIVIL WAR HE SERVED AS A PRIVATE IN THE 24th INDEPENDENT BATTERY LIGHT ARTILLERY, OHIO VOLUNTEERS. BURIAL MT. LEIGH CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. CATHERINE (HIBBS) NEWMAN WIFE OF THE LATE GARRETT W. NEWMAN DIED AT HER HOME IN RARDEN. SHE WAS BORN AND REARED NEAR LOCUST GROVE. SURVIVED BY TWO SONS JAMES AND S.E. OF PEBBLES AND ONE DAUGHTER MRS. GEORGE BRATTON OF RARDEN, TWO SISTERS MRS. JOHN WILLIAMS OF RARDEN, MRS. SAMUEL JOHNSON OF PEEBLES AND TWO BROTHERS J.O. HIBBS OF PEEBLES AND __________?, HER HUSBAND DIED TEN YEARS AGO, SHE WAS BURIED BESIDE HIM.

 

 

 

THE TWO YEAR OLD DAUGHTER OF MR. & MRS. CHARLES CALL, DIED AT THEIR HOME IN PEEBLES OF TUBERCULOSIS. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE.

 

 

 

MARTHA ROBERTS THE SEVEN YEAR OLD DAUGHTER OF MR. & MRS. CHARLES ROBERTS OF BRATTON TOWNSHIP, DIED OF DIPHTHERIA. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE.

 

 

 

ORA LEE KIMBALL, FORMER RESIDENT OF DUNBARTON AND THE WINCHESTER AREA. AGED THIRTY TWO YEARS. THE S/O A.J. KIMBALL. BURIAL PLEASANT HILL CEMETERY.

 

 

 

RALPH RALSTON, TWO YEAR OLD SON OF MR. & MRS. MORRIS RALSTON OF ROME DIED AT THE HOME. BURIAL LIBERTY CHAPEL

 

 

 

MRS. WILLIAM CRAWFORD, AGED 63 YEARS DIED AT HER HOME NEAR DUNKINSVILLE. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND AND TWO SONS EDWARD AND WILLIAM OF PERU INDIANA, AND ONE SISTER MRS. WILLIAM STEEL . BURIAL WEST UNION.

 

 

 

 

 

23 JANUARY 1913

 

WILLIAM CRAWFORD DIED FOUR DAYS AFTER HIS WIFE DIED, RESIDED NEAR DUNKINSVILLE. 84 YEARS OLD, A NATIVE OF IRELAND. SURVIVED BY TWO SONS EDWARD AND WILLIAMS BOTH OF PERU INDIANA. BURIAL WEST UNION CEMETERY BESIDE HIS WIFE.

 

 

 

 

 

MRS. GEORGE EVANS, DIED AT HER HOME IN BLUE CREEK AT THE AGE OF 75 YEARS. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND AND THREE CHILDREN. BURIAL MOORES CHAPEL CEMETERY.

 

 

 

WILLIAM LEHR AN AGED CITIZEN OF WINCHESTER. A VETERAN OF THE CIVIL WAR ( 70th O.V.I.). SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND FOUR CHILDREN HAMER, SAM, WILLIAM AND MRS. MYRTLE TUCKER.

 

 

 

RAY OREN WEEKS THE THREE MONTH OLD SON OF MR. & MRS. SAMUEL WEEKS OF FAIRVIEW. BURIAL DECATUR.

 

 

 

WILLIAM CLEVELAND TOLLE DIED AT HIS HOME ON CEDAR FORK, 27 YEARS OLD. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND TWO CHILDREN. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE.

 

 

 

MELVIN ROBERTS FIVE YEAR OLD SON OF MR. AND MRS. CHARLES ROBERTS ( THE ROBERTS HAVE LOST TWO CHILDREN IN ONE WEEK), BURIAL LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

EMAMUAL EAIRD, TWENTY NINE, DIED AT HIS HOME IN BRATTON TWP., SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND THREE CHILDREN. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE.

 

 

 

SAMUEL SUMMERS, DIED AT HIS HOME IN L.A. CALIFORNIA 7, JANUARY 1913 AT THE AGE OF 56 YEARS, BORN IN LOCUST GROVE. S/O THE LATE CAPTAIN FRANK SUMMERS OF THE 70th O.V.I. REGIMENT.

 

 

 

 

 

30, JANUARY 1913

 

 

 

TWO WEEK OLD CHILD OF MR. AND MRS. LEMMA TOLLER, DIED AT THE HOME NEAR STEAM FURNACE. BURIAL PURTEE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

DAVID HAMMOND AGE 64 DIED AT HIS HOME IN SINKING SPRINGS. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE. BURIAL SINKING SPRINGS.

 

 

 

MRS. ELIZABETH SHIVENER DIED AT HER HOME IN LYNX AT THE AGE OF 88 YEARS. SURVIVED BY THREE SONS JOHN, CASPER AND PHILLIP. BURIAL HAMILTON CEMETERY.

 

 

 

GANELL COPAS THE TWO YEAR OLD SON OF MR. & MRS. WALTER COPAS, DIED AT THEIR HOME NEAR BLUE CREEK. BURIAL; COPAS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

HAMLET BLACK, BORN IN VANCEBURG KY., 17, SEPTEMBER 1849 DIED 1, JANUARY 1913, OLDEST S/O B.C. AND A.L. BLACK. CAME TO OHIO IN 1850, MARRIED JENNIE D/O ROBERT AND SARAH SPROULL 28, NOVEMBER 1874 AND TO THEM WERE BORN TWO CHILDREN ONE CHILD WAS STILLBORN THE OTHER, A SON ROBERT. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND SON, AGED MOTHER, TWO SISTERS MRS. W.S. VIRES OF SPRINGFIELD OHIO, MRS. S.W. THOMPSON OF PAWHUSKA OKLAHOMA, THREE BROTHERS SAMUEL OF HUNTINGTON W. VIRGINIA, HORACE OF SAN LEANDRO CALIFORNIA AND EDWARD OF ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO.

 

 

 

WILLIAM CRAWFORD, BORN IN TYRONE COUNTY IRELAND 23, DECEMBER 1829 AND DIED 19, JANUARY 1913. MARRIED IN 1864 TO ELIZABETH CRAWFORD AND TO THEM WERE BORN FOUR CHILDREN MARY JANE AND ROBERT THE TWO ELDEST DIED SEVERAL YEARS AGO, still living ARE WILL AND ED; ALSO SURVIVED BY TWO BROTHERS AND ONE SISTER.

 

30, JANUARY 1913

 

ELIZABETH CRAWFORD, WIFE OF WILLIAM CRAWFORD, WAS BORN 11, JANUARY 1849 IN WEST UNION, DIED 15, JANUARY 1913. BURIAL WEST UNION.

 

 

 

6, FEBRUARY 1913

 

CARSON TRACY, AGE 18 DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS PARENTS MR. & MRS. J.M. TRACY OF NEAR PEEBLES. HE WAS LAID TO REST BESIDE HIS BROTHER BINA AND SISTER MARY WHO DIED SIX YEARS AGO.

 

 

 

MRS. MARY FULTON DIED AT HER HOME IN WINCHESTER AT THE AGE OF 88 YEARS, THE WIDOW OF ROBERT FULTON WHO DIED SEVERAL YEARS AGO. BURIAL WINCHESTER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JAMES GALLAHER DIED AT HIS HOME AT THE AGE OF 67 YEARS, NATIVE OF BROWN COUNTY, OHIO, A RESIDENT OF PEEBLES FOR TWENTY YEARS. CIVIL WAR VETERAN OF CO. L 9th O.V.C., SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, STEP SON HARRY F. PARKER. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JOSEPH REED, OF ROME, DIED AT HIS HOME AT THE AGE OF 82 YEARS. A NATIVE OF IRELAND. SURVIVED BY HIS SECOND WIFE AND DAUGHTER MRS. LYDA WAMSLEY OF ROME. BURIAL RIPLEY CEMETERY.

 

 

 

THOMAS ADAMSON, ELDEST SON MR. & MRS. J.V. ADAMSON OF BENTONVILLE, DIED AT HIS HOME IN CINCINNATI AT THE AGE OF 50 YEARS. A NATIVE OF ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO; SURVIVED BY HIS SECOND WIFE AND A DAUGHTER BY THE FIRST WIFE , MRS. EDWARD HEEB OF COVINGTON KENTUCKY. BURIAL KIRKER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

AMOS HAMER, DIED AT HIS HOME IN MANCHESTER AT THE AGE OF 70 YEARS. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, THREE SONS AND THREE DAUGHTERS, ONE OF WHOM IS MRS. ERNEST DUNCAN OF WEST UNION. CIVIL WAR VETERAN OF CO. H 70th O.V.I. . BURIAL ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

REBECCA NEWLAND STIGLER, A NATIVE OF ADAMS COUNTY. BORN NEAR MARBLE FURNACE 16, AUGUST 1825 DIED 23, JANUARY 1913, THE D/O OF JACOB AND PHOEBE NEWLAND, ONE OF A FAMILY OF SIXTEEN CHILDREN, THE FATHER BEING TWICE MARRIED. AT THE AGE OF TWO YEARS SHE MOVED TO INDIANA WITH HER PARENTS, WHERE THEY LIVED FIVE YEARS. 19, NOVEMBER 1846 MARRIED ADAM STIGLER, LOCATING ON WHITE OAK CREEK WHERE SHE LIVED THE LAST 66 YEARS. SEVEN CHILDREN PHOEBE E., CHARLOTTE AND ELIZABETH ARE DECEASED MRS. RUTH SAAL, MRS. REBECCA KATINE, JOHN ADAM AND JACOB HENRY SURVIVE. HER HUSBAND DIED 7, SEPTEMBER 1898. SHE ALSO LEAVES 7 GRANDCHILDREN AND 15 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. SHE HAD LIVED THE LATTER PART OF HER LIFE WITH HER SON JACOB. BURIAL BAPTIST CEMETERY IN GEORGETOWN.

 

" UNCLE " DAN SULLIVAN, DIED AT HIS HOME ON HICKORY RIDGE AT THE AGE OF 83 YEARS, HIS WIFE IS DECEASED. BURIAL BRIAR RIDGE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. HEY LAWSON HILL, NATIVE OF ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO , RESIDING IN LAKEPORT CALIFORNIA. SURVIVED BY A DAUGHTER MRS. MARY J. ARNOLD.

 

MRS. HILL WAS 105 YEARS OF AGE, IT IS CLAIMED THAT SHE WAS RELATED TO OUR 1st PRESIDENT GEORGE WASHINGTON. SHE WAS BORN IN 1808. SHE WAS THE OLDEST DAUGHTER OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION IN AMERICA.

 

6,FEBRAURY 1913

 

 

 

MRS. WILLIAMS RUNYON, A NATIVE OF ADAMS COUNTY, RESIDING IN VANCEBURG. HER FULL NAME WAS SOPHIA FURGESON, BORN ON BRUSH CREEK IN ADAMS COUNTY 16, APRIL 1838 DIED 20, JANUARY 1913. MARRIED JOHN HEANIGIN 22, AUGUST 1864 ONE CHILD WAS BORN TO THEM MRS. SARAH MARDIS OF CINCINNATI, HE DIED THE FOLLOWING YEAR AFTER THE MARRIAGE, 28,MAY 1867 SHE MARRIED WILLIAM RUNYON WHO DIED 30, APRIL 1903, TO THEM WERE BORN FIVE CHILDREN, ONE DIED IN INFANCY SURVIVING ARE LIZZIE STEADHAM, BERTIE APPLEGATE, MISSES MARY AND ELIZA RUNYON. THREE BROTHERS JOHN FERGUSON OF SUMMER ILLINOIS, JAMES OF PORTSMOUTH AND JOSHUA OF VALLEY KENTUCKY. BURIAL VANCEBURG KY.

 

 

 

CAPTAIN R.A. BRYAN, A NATIVE OF ADAMS COUNTY, DIED AT HIS HOME IN PORTSMOUTH OHIO. HE WAS BORN 22, MARCH 1839, MARRIED 23, DECEMBER 1860 TO SARAH E. GIVENS OF BUENA VISTA, SHE DIED 30, DECEMBER 1910. TO THEM WERE BORN ELEVEN CHILDREN, FOUR SURVIVE. RESIDENT OF PORTSMOUTH SINCE 1866.

 

 

 

13, FEBRUARY 1913

 

CLEM MORRISON, OF BRUSH CREEK DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS FATHER I.N. MORRISON. SEVENTEEN YEARS OLD, SURVIVED BY THE FATHER, THREE BROTHERS AND ONE SISTER. BURIAL ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY IN WEST UNION. THIS MAKES THE SIXTH DEATH IN THIS FAMILY IN THE PAST TWO YEARS ( THE MOTHER AND FOUR CHILDREN).

 

 

 

TONY TAMME, OF ARNHEIM IN BROWN COUNTY ( NEAR THE ADAMS COUNTY LINE). SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND SEVERAL SMALL CHILDREN. FUNERAL ARNHEIM CATHOLIC CHURCH.

 

 

 

JAMES ANDERSON RYAN FIFTEEN MONTH OLD S/O MR. & MRS. CHARLES RYAN, DIED AT THE HOME IN UNITY, DIED WITH DIABETES. BURIAL UNITY CEMETERY.

 

 

 

INFANT DAUGHTER OF MR. & MRS. WALTER PLUMMER OF HARPERS FERRY. BURIAL RUSSELVILLE.

 

 

 

MISS MARIETTA McCULLOUGH, AGE 56 YEARS DIED AT THE HOME OF J.G. CREIGHT OF NEAR SEAMAN, SHE WAS THE D/O THE LATE WILLIAM McCULLOUGH. FUNERAL TRANQUILITY U.P. CHURCH.

 

 

 

 

 

MRS. ELIZABETH SPRIGG, 70 YEARS OLD, DIED AT HER HOME IN LAWSHE. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, THREE DAUGHTERS AND ONE SON.

 

FUNERAL TRANQUILITY U.P. CHURCH

 

 

 

JAMES REIGHLE, FORMERLY OF WINCHESTER, DIED IN COLUMBUS AT THE HOME OF HIS SON HERBERT. BROUGHT BACK TO WINCHESTER FOR BURIAL.

 

 

 

EARL WAGNER GARRETT THREE YEAR OLD SON OF MR. & MRS. ELMER GARRETT. BURIAL MANCHESTER.

 

 

 

ISAAC SMITH, DIED AT HIS HOME IN WINCHESTER. 50 YEARS OLD, SURVIVED BY HIS 2nd WIFE AND THREE CHILDREN BY THE 1st WIFE. BURIAL WINCHESTER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. ELLA MORGAN, DIED IN HER HOME IN MANCHESTER AT THE AGE OF 27 YEARS. THE D/O MR. & MRS. JOHN LEMMING OF MANCHESTER, ALSO SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND. BURIAL MANCHESTER.

 

 

 

DR. W.R.S. CONNELL, A NATIVE OF SPRIGG TOWNSHIP AND A BROTHER OF SQUIRE G.J.J. CONNEL OF SPRIGG TOWNSHIP, DIED AT HIS HOME IN PAOLA KANSAS 1, FEBRUARY AT THE AGE OF 64 YEARS. MARRIED MISS MARY WILSON IN 1888 SHE DIED IN 1893. BESIDES THE BROTHER HE IS ALSO SURVIVED BY A SISTER MISS HOLLIE CONNELL OF OSAWATOMINE KANSAS.

 

 

 

JOHN GALL, AGE ABOUT 69 YEARS DIED AT HIS HOME IN SINKING SPRINGS IN HIGHLAND COUNTY. BURIAL SANDY SPRINGS.

 

 

 

JOHN ROADS, OF HIGHLAND COUNTY DIED AT HIS HOME NEAR THE POINT.

 

 

 

20.FEBRUARY 1913

 

JAMES ANDERSON RYAN S/O CHARLES T. AND GLADYS RYAN, WAS BORN AT UNITY 1, NOVEMBER 1911 AND DIED 5, FEBRUARY 1913. BURIAL UNITY CEMETERY.

 

 

 

 

 

MARY ETTA McCULLOUGH OLDEST D/O WILLIAM AND REBECCA MONTGOMERY McCULLOUGH WAS BORN NEAR TRANQUILITY 3, APRIL 1856 AND DIED 7, FEBRUARY 1913. SHE WAS UNITED WITH THE U.P. CHURCH OF TRANQUILITY. SURVIVED BY A BROTHER AND A SISTER; PRECEDED BY HER PARENTS, TWO BROTHERS AND ONE SISTER WHO DIED SOME YEARS AGO.

 

 

 

MARY ETHEL MOORISON AGED SIX MONTHS, THE D/O I.N. MOORISON DIED AT THE HOME IN WEST UNION. BURIAL " ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY. THIS FAMILY HAS LOST THE MOTHER AND SIX CHILDREN IN THE LAST TWO YEARS ALL FROM TUBERCULOSIS. THE FATHER AND THREE SONS SURVIVE.

 

 

 

RICHARD HENRY OURSLER, AGE 63 OF PORTSMOUTH, A FORMER WEST UNION RESIDENT. HE LEAVES HIS WIFE LYDA TRACY OURSLER AND TWELVE CHILDREN, ARTHUR OF ADAMS COUNTY, CLYDE OF CINCINNATI, MRS. HARRY GRACE OF JACKSON, WILL AND MRS. P.E. ROUSH OF PORTSMOUTH, ETHEL, ELLA, EDNA, ANNA, RICHARD, AILEEN AND LOUISE AT HOME; ALSO LEAVES A BROTHER JAMES AND A SISTER MRS. PHILLIP BURR OF ADAMS COUNTY AND ONE SISTER AND FOUR BROTHERS IN KANSAS. BURIAL GREENLAWN CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JAMES FORSYTHE OF ROME, DIED AT HIS HOME AT THE AGE OF 76 YEARS. A NATIVE OF ADAMS COUNTY. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, TWO DAUGHTERS STELLA SIMPSON OF DONOIA PENNSYLVANIA AND DORA AT HOME AND ONE SON WILLIAM OF YOUNGSTOWN. BURIAL SANDY SPRINGS.

 

 

 

MRS. JULIA MAY McGIONE, DIED AT HER HOME BELOW BUENA VISTA AT THE AGE OF 25 YEARS. SURVIVED BY HER PARENTS MR. & MRS. PHILIP HODGE OF BUENA VISTA. BURIAL SULPHUR SPRINGS.

 

 

 

MAGGIE HOLSINGER TWO YEAR OLD DAUGHTER OF ALVA HOLSINGER DIED AT BUENA VISTA.

 

 

 

JOHN B. DOWNING OF PEEBLES, DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS SON DR. F.E. DOWNING, AT THE AGE OF 78 YEARS. SURVIVED BY THREE SONS DR. F.E., DR. M.L. OF ROCKFORD AND JAMES OF DAYTON, A DAUGHTER MRS. STELLA McADOW OF SPRINGFIELD. BURIAL LICK FORK.

 

 

 

MRS. JAMES WASHBURN OF BELLEVILLE KANSAS, ABOUT 65 YEARS OLD, THE FORMER SARAH BLACK OF MEIGS TOWNSHIP. A BROTHER IN LAW OF DUNBARTON THOMAS WASHBURN SURVIVES.

 

 

 

MRS. CATHERINE EDGINGTON DIED IN HER HOME AT BENTONVILLE AT THE AGE OF 63 YEARS, THE WIDOW OF R.N. EDGINGTON WHO DIED TWO YEARS AGO. SURVIVED BY FOUR CHILDREN MRS. WILSON PRATHER OF WILMINGTON, MRS. JAMES GROOMS OF FAIRVIEW, MACK AND ANDY AT HOME. BURIAL KIRKER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. DAVID STECK. A FORMER RESIDENT, DIED AT THE HOME OF HER SON JACK IN WICHITA KANSAS, THE BODY WAS BROUGHT BACK HERE FOR BURIAL AT ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY. SHE WAS 77 YEARS OLD AND A NATIVE OF GERMANY, CAME TO THIS COUNTRY AT THE AGE OF ELEVEN YEARS. HER HUSBAND PRECEDED HER IN DEATH MANY YEARS AGO SHE IS SURVIVED BY SIX CHILDREN JAKE, JOHN AND FRED OF WICHITA KANSAS, MRS. JOE SMITH OF IOWA, MRS. JOHN SHEELY OF TIFFIN TOWNSHIP AND MRS. JOHN A. CLARK OF OLIVER TOWNSHIP.

 

 

 

BAXTER CLARK, AGED 50 YEARS DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS SISTER MISS MOLLIE CLARK AT UNITY. SURVIVED BY TWO SISTERS AND TWO BROTHERS. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS PARENTS, SISTER AND BROTHER ALL WITHIN THE LAST FOUR YEARS. BURIAL UNITY.

 

 

 

MRS. W.A. NEWMAN, 59 YEARS OLD. MAIDEN NAME MARY JANE GRIMES, HER HUSBAND DIED MAY 1912. SURVIVED BY CHILDREN MRS. J.N. CUMMINGHAM, MRS. J.W. FREEMAN, MRS. JOHN C. MOORE, MISS CORA AND RALPH AT HOME AND C.E. NEWMAN OF WEST UNION. MRS. NEWMAN WAS STRUCK WITH A HEART ATTACK, WHILE DRIVING TO HER HOME IN WHITE OAK, THE ATTACK OCCURRED ON THE ROAD NEAR ARTHUR BRUNTONS, THE FUNERAL TOOK PLACE THERE.

 

 

 

J. HENRY BLAKE, DIED AT THE HOME OF WILLIAM AND MISS ALTA COLLINS OF PEEBLES, WITH WHOM HE MADE HIS HOME WITH. 77 YEARS OLD. SURVIVED BY A DAUGHTER LAURA BIXBY OF IRONTON AND A SON H.C. BLAKE OF ATLANTA GEORGIA. BURIAL IRONTON

 

 

 

A.D. PITTINGER OF HARSHAVILLE, DIED AT HIS HOME. 78 YEARS OLD, SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND THREE DAUGHTERS. BURIAL UNITY CEMETERY.

 

 

 

27, FEBRUARY 1913

 

WILLIAM FURNIER, 72 YEARS OLD A CIVIL WAR VETERAN, DIED AT HIS HOME IN BUENA VISTA. HE WAS BORN AND RAISED IN BUENA VISTA. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND FOUR CHILDREN WILLIAM JR. AT HOME, JAMES AND A DAUGHTER IN CINCINNATI AND CHARLES WHO IS OUT WEST, ANOTHER SON WALTER DIED SOME YEARS AGO. BURIAL SANDY SPRINGS.

 

 

 

MRS. JAMES WASHBURN, A FORMER ADAMS COUNTY RESIDENT. SARAH A. BLACK WAS BORN 27, DECEMBER 1842 IN ADAMS COUNTY OHIO. MARRIED JAMES WASHBURN 5, SEPTEMBER 1870 AND DIED 11, FEBRUARY 1913. FOUR CHILDREN WERE BORN TO THEM ETTA LEOTA WHO DIED IN INFANCY, ROLLA A, CORA L. SMITH, ISA E. SMITH. LEFT TO MOURN ARE THE HUSBAND, SON AND TWO DAUGHTERS AND FIVE GRANDCHILDREN. BURIAL BELLEVILLE KANSAS.

 

 

 

MRS. ANN E. HIGGINS, WIFE OF THE LATE RICHARD HIGGINS A RESIDENT OF BENTONVILLE OHIO FOR MANY YEARS, BUT FOR THE LAST TEN YEARS HAD LIVED IN DENVER COLORADO. 94 YEARS OF AGE, SURVIVED BY A SISTER MISS SARAH BRANSON AND THREE CHILDREN DR. J.W. HIGGINS, JUNIUS HIGGINS AND MELISSA SHIPLEY ALL OF COLORADO.

 

 

 

COMMODORE LEE H. BROOKS, OF CINCINNATI DIED AT THE AGE OF 72 YEARS. BORN IN PORTSMOUTH OHIO.

 

 

 

JOSEPH PARKS, THE S/O JAMES AND MELINDA PARKS WAS BORN 27, JULY 1855 DIED AT HIS HOME IN MANCHESTER 23, FEBRUARY 1913. MARRIED FRANCIS ADAMSON 16, MAY 1875. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, ONE SISTER MRS. ELIZABETH CROPPER OF LEXINGTON KY., TWO BROTHERS NORMAN OF MANCHESTER AND WILL OF BENTONVILLE. BURIAL ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY IN MANCHESTER.

 

 

 

MRS. MAHETABEL CORYELL OF LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, DIED AT THE AGE OF 52 YEARS, WIDOW OF THE LATE SALATHIEL CORYELL WHO DIED ABOUT 18 MONTHS AGO. SURVIVED BY TWO CHILDREN ROBERT AND DAUGHTER MRS. ROBERT MUSSER, ONE BROTHER R.J. McCLUNG AND ONE SISTER MISS MARY McCLUNG. BURIAL NORTH LIBERTY CEMETERY.

 

 

 

BERLIN GARMAN, 14 YEAR OLD S/O THE LATE DAN AND ICY GARMAN OF PEEBLES, DIED AT XENIA WHERE HE WAS EMPLOYED THE LAST SIX MONTHS. HIS MOTHER AND UNCLE CAM GARMAN WENT TO XENIA TO BRING THE BODY HOME. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. TILITHA WATSON OF BENTONVILLE, 85 YEARS OLD A NATIVE OF ADAMS COUNTY. THE WIDOW OF THE LATE JOHN WATSON. THREE SONS SURVIVE CHARLIE WHO WAS LIVING WITH HIS MOTHER, WALTER OF HUTCHINSON KANSAS AND W.R OF HOOPSTON ILLINOIS ONE DAUGHTER MRS. MATTIE G. HOOK OF WICHITA KANSAS, GRANDSONS GEORGE A. AND CLYDE C. WATSON. BURIAL KIRKER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. JOHN TAYLOR, DIED AT HER HOME IN BRADYVILLE. 48 YEARS OLD, SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, ONE SISTER MRS. ELIZABETH SHELTON OF BRADYVILLE, TWO BROTHERS JOSEPH SCOTT OF BRADYVILLE AND J.B. SCOTT OF WEST UNION. BURIAL MANCHESTER.

 

J.B. SCOTT AND THREE DAUGHTERS MISSES ETHEL, EVA AND ESTELLE; JAMES BRITTINGHAM AND DAUGHTER MISS LORA, ATTENDED THE FUNERAL FROM WEST UNION.

 

 

 

MISS IDA MATHENEY, AGED 20 YEARS DIED AT THE HOME OF HER UNCLE ELMER MATHENEY AT BEAVER POND. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE.

 

 

 

CHARLES BECK OF HUNTINGTON WEST VIRGINIA, 94 YEARS OLD, A NATIVE OF ENGLAND. SURVIVED BY A LARGE FAMILY. A BROTHER FRED BECK.

 

 

 

MRS. MARGARET BAIRD, WIFE OF LEWIS BAIRD OF MT. HOPE KANSAS, WAS A SISTER OF MRS. THOMPSON EDWARDS OF LAWSHE AND A AUNT TO MRS. A.W. PURDIN OF WEST UNION.

 

 

 

WILL GLASS THE ADOPTED SON OF THE LATE WILLIAM €M€€O€€R€€R€€I€€S€€O€€N€ OF ECKMANSVILLE, DIED AT HIS HOME IN OMAHA NEBRASKA. 51 YEARS OLD, LEFT THIS COUNTY 32 YEARS AGO. A.M. MORRISON AND W.C. MORRISON OF PEBBLES ATTENDED THE FUNERAL.

 

 

 

JOHN TAYLOR, FORMERLY OF WINCHESTER DIED AT CRYSTAL CITY TEXAS. THE BODY WAS RETURNED TO WINCHESTER FOR BURIAL. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, ONE SON EARLE AND ONE DAUGHTER MRS. VIRGIE DARLINGTON OF WINCHESTER.

 

 

 

6, MARCH 1913

 

ELIZABETH MAHALA GREENLEE, DIED AT THE HOME OF HER MOTHER, MRS. ALICE GREENLEE, 41 YEARS OLD, DAUGHTER OF THE LATE WILLIAM GREENLEE. SURVIVED BY HER MOTHER, TWO SISTERS MRS. GRACE RUSSELL AND MRS. MAGGIE NEWMAN, THREE BROTHERS JOSEPH, CHARLIE AND JOHN. BURIAL ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

W.H. ARMSTRONG OF RIPLEY, A NATIVE OF ADAMS COUNTY, 68 YEARS OLD, DROWNED WHEN HE FELL OVER BOARD ON A FERRY BOAT. BURIAL RIPLEY.

 

 

 

MRS. CAROLINE BROWNFIELD VANCE, DIED AT HER HOME 1, MARCH 1913 IN MANCHESTER. 78 YEARS OLD, WAS BORN NEAR DECATUR 10, MAY 1835, MARRIED 27, JANUARY 1859 TO JOSEPH K. VANCE, TWO CHILDREN /MRS. LOU FITCH OF ABERDEEN ( THE ONLY ONE LIVING RELATIVE). BURIAL ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

EARL REISINGER OF HARPERS FERRY, 19 YEARS OLD, THE S/O JACOB REISINGER DIED 22,FEBRUARY AT HIS FATHERS HOME. FUNERAL PLEASANT HILL CHURCH.

 

 

 

FRANK TEST, AGED 51 YEARS DIED AT HIS HOME IN SEAMAN. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND THREE CHILDREN.

 

 

 

MRS. W.T. ELLISON, DIED AT HER HOME IN SEAMAN. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND. BURIAL LOUISVILLE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. MARY ANN COMPTON, A FORMER RESIDENT, RESIDING ON POND RUN. THE WIFE OF CLARK COMPTON. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, ADOPTED DAUGHTER ANNA, THREE BROTHERS WILLIAM, SAMUEL BIRDWELL OF PORTSMOUTH AND DAVID BIRDWELL OF LOSTINE OREGON, A SISTER MRS. SARAH HAMILTON OF PORTLAND OREGON.

 

THE D/O MR. & MRS. JAMES BIRDWELL AND WAS BORN IN ADAMS COUNTY 74 YEARS AGO.

 

 

 

THELMA McINTIRE, 8 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER OF MR. & MRS. C.H. McINTIRE, DIED AT THEIR HOME IN CHERRY FORK. BURIAL CHERRY FORK CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. M.J. WOODROW, AGED 83 YEARS, A FORMER WEST UNION RESIDENT, DIED AT THE HOME OF HER DAUGHTER MRS. J.D. KIRKLAND OF COLUMBUS, THE WIDOW OF THE LATE NATHAN A. WOODROW WHO DIED IN 1884 IN PORTSMOUTH (BURIED IN WEST UNION ). SURVIVED BY ONE SON ATTORNEY ALEX WOODROW OF PORTSMOUTH. BURIAL PORTSMOUTH.

 

 

 

13, MARCH 1913

 

OTHA BLAKE OF STONE CHAPEL, 73 YEARS OLD, A VETERAN OF THE CIVIL WAR. SURVIVED BY A SECOND WIFE AND FOUR CHILDREN. BURIAL STONE CHAPEL.

 

POWELL SHISTER, FORMERLY OF ROCKVILLE, A NATIVE OF GERMANY DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS SON JOHN OF VANCEBURG KY., 85 YEARS OLD, SURVIVED BY TWO SONS JOHN AND PETER AND FIVE GRANDCHILDREN. BURIAL SANDY SPRINGS.

 

 

 

WILLIAM WILLMAN OF UNITY, 79 YEARS OLD A VETERAN OF THE CIVIL WAR SERVING IN CO. I 182nnd O.V.I., HE WAS BORN 20, DECEMBER 1833, MARRIED 31, AUGUST 1861 TO LUCINDA THOMPSON, NINE CHILDREN WERE BORN TO THEM, EIGHT SURVIVE ALONG WITH THE WIFE, DAVID N. OF WEST UNION, WILLIAM, WALTER, HARRY, OSCAR, TREBER, JESS AND MRS. WILBUR FULTON. BURIAL CHERRY FORK CEMETERY.

 

 

 

ROY HOWELL, 15 YEAR OLD SON OF MR. & MRS. BENJAMIN HOWELL DIED AT THE HOME IN BENTONVILLE. BURIAL MANCHESTER.

 

 

 

MRS. THEBA DRENAN, DIED AT HER HOME IN MANCHESTER AT THE AGE OF 81 YEARS, BORN IN HIGHLAND COUNTY. SURVIVED BY A SISTER MRS. E.M. YOUNG, PRECEDED IN DEATH BY A BROTHER J.N. PATTON. MARRIED TWICE ( 1 ) JAMES SILCOTT ( 2 ) JOHN DRENAN. BURIAL MANCHESTER.

 

 

 

CHARLEY SHATTUCK, AGED 24 YEARS DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS PARENTS MR. & MRS. DAVIS SHATTUCK NEAR GREENBRIAR. BURIAL FAIRFAX.

 

 

 

JOHN TAYLOR THE S/O LEVI AND ELIZABETH TAYLOR WAS BORN NEAR PEEBLES 16, JANUARY 1859 AND DIED AT CRYSTAL CITY TEXAS 21, FEBRUARY 1913. MARRIED 28, SEPTEMBER 1881 TO HARRIET A McMILLEN, TWO CHILDREN MRS. VIRGINIA B. DARLINGTON AND J. EARLE TAYLOR BOTH OF WINCHESTER. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, TWO CHILDREN, A WIDOWED MOTHER, THREE BROTHERS R.F. TAYLOR OF PEEBLES, JAMES S. OF ANAMOSA IOWA AND GEORGE OF SEAMAN. BURIAL WINCHESTER.

 

 

 

20, MARCH 1913

 

MRS. RACHEL A. ELLISON, FORMERLY RACHEL A. HATTON, WAS BORN IN LOUDEN IN HIGHLAND COUNTY OHIO 20, SEPTEMBER 1869 AND DIED 27, FEBRUARY 1913. WIFE OF W.P. ELLISON. SURVIVED BY, HER HUSBAND, ONE BROTHER AND ONE SISTER. BURIAL LOUISVILLE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. LUCINDA COOK, FORMERLY OF ADAMS COUNTY, NOW RESIDING IN PORTSMOUTH. WIFE OF JOHN COOK. BORN 3, JANUARY 1849 IN ADAMS COUNTY OHIO, THE D/O MR. & MRS. WILLIAM EARLY OF ADAMS COUNTY. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND AND THE FOLLOWING CHILDREN, MRS.. EDITH ASTHOLZ, MRS.. BERTA NOURSE, SIDNEY AND ROBERT E. COOK OF PORTSMOUTH, MRS.. BELLE CLEARY OF CINCINNATI, JOSEPH H. COOK OF ANDERSON INDIANA AND JOHN H. COOK OF CIRCLEVILLE; THREE CHILDREN ARE DECEASED, 13 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. BURIAL FAMILY CEMETERY.

 

 

 

BENJAMIN FOWLER, DIED AT HIS HOME NEAR HARPERS FERRY AT THE AGE OF 31 YEARS. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND FOUR SMALL CHILDREN. BURIAL WAS IN DAYTON, THE FORMER HOME OF MR. FOWLER.

 

 

 

MISS MAGGIE McNOUN, AN AGED MAIDEN LADY DIED AT HER HOME NEAR WINCHESTER. BURIAL WINCHESTER.

 

 

 

REVEREND R.F. WAMSLEY, 75 YEARS OLD OF OTWAY, DROPPED DEAD IN THE FIELD FROM A HEART ATTACK. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND SEVERAL CHILDREN. BURIAL OTWAY.

 

 

 

ED RAZOR, A COLORED MAN DIED AT HIS HOME IN NORTH LIBERTY AT THE AGE OF 42 YEARS. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND FIVE CHILDREN. BURIAL NORTH LIBERTY.

 

 

 

MRS.. MATILDA M. SCOTT, DIED AT HER HOME NEAR DUNKINSVILLE AT THE AGE OF 64 YEARS. BORN ON POPLAR RIDGE. TWICE MARRIED [1] JOHN CARSKADON [2] JOHN SCOTT BOTH OF WHOM ARE DECEASED. SURVIVED BY ONE SON WILLIAM CARSKADON. BURIAL ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY IN WEST UNION.

 

 

 

27, MARCH 1913

 

MRS.. JOHN R. MOSIER, BORN 3, OCTOBER 1863, THE D/O MR. & MRS.. ANDREW MILLER OF LIBERTY TWP., MARRIED 16, AUGUST 1892 TO JOHN RILEY MOSIER. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND AND ONE CHILD MISS FAYE. BURIAL KIRKER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS.. AMANDA RATHBURN, DIED AT HER HOME IN ROME AT THE AGE OF 74 YEARS, BORN NEAR PORTSMOUTH. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND W.V.A. RATHBURN AND TWO BROTHERS JOHN CLARK THOMPSON OF ROME AND JOHN WILL THOMPSON OF BEATTYVILLE. BURIAL GREENLAWN CEMETERY.

 

 

 

HENRY PALMER, RESIDING JUST OVER THE LINE IN PIKE COUNTY {7 miles from Locust Grove}. 66 YEARS OLD, HE LEAVES A WIFE, SEVERAL BROTHERS AND SISTERS AND THE FOLLOWING CHILDREN " MERIDITH, LAFE AND THOMAS OF NEWTON; MRS.. MAGGIE, EMMA WOODS AND ALICE GROOMS OF CHENITH FORK; MRS.. ELLA CARTWRIGHT OF BAINBRIDGE, MRS.. SARAH BRUCE OF SINKING SPRINGS AND MRS.. REBECCA GROOMS OF SHIMAR. BURIAL CHENITH CEMETERY.

 

 

 

WILLIAM WYLIE GRIFFITH OF CINCINNATI, SURVIVED BY A SISTER MRS.. JOHN HUTCHINSON OF RIPLEY. THE S/O JESSE AND MALINDA GRIFFITH, BORN IN MANCHESTER. BURIAL FITCHS CHAPEL.

 

 

 

EDGAR P. BELCHER, DIED AT HIS HOME IN IRONTON AT THE AGE OF 65 YEARS. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND TWO CHILDREN.

 

 

 

JOHN RITCHER OF CINCINNATI, DIED THERE AT THE AGE OF 60 YEARS. A FORMER RESIDENT OF SCIOTO COUNTY. SURVIVED BY HIS ONLY SON CHARLES OF BUENA VISTA AND A DAUGHTER IN CINCINNATI.

 

 

 

WILL McDANIEL DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS FATHER DAVID McDANIEL AT BLUE CREEK, AGE 22 YEARS. BURIAL RODGERS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS.. BUD COPELAND, DIED AT HER HOME IN LOCUST GROVE AT THE AGE OF 63 YEARS. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND AND FIVE CHILDREN, MRS.. OLA TENER OF SINKING SPRINGS, MRS.. SAM ARNOLD, MRS.. SCOTT MASON, FRED AND BERT OF FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, TWO BROTHERS M.H. NEWMAN AND PIERCE NEWMAN. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE .

 

MRS.. MARY MORRISON, AGE 83 YEARS. A PIONEER SETTLER OF ADAMS COUNTY, DIED AT THE HOME OF HER DAUGHTER MRS.. AMANDA PETERSON. SURVIVED BY FIVE CHILDREN AMANDA PETERSON OF PEEBLES, MRS.. VASTINE SHOTSMAN OF MACON, J.H. MORRISON OF PEEBLES, JOE MORRISON OF WARSAW INDIANA AND SANFORD OF MARION INDIANA. BURIAL LAWSHE.

 

 

 

MRS.. MARY PURTEE, WIDOW OF THE LATE NATHAN PURTEE DIED AT HER HOME ON RARDEN. THE DAUGHTER OF MRS.. R.A. CLARK OF PEEBLES. BURIAL NEWMAN CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS.. MARY BISSINGER, DIED AT HER HOME IN LIBERTY TOWNSHIP. WIDOW OF THE LATE JACOB BISSINGER WHO DIED SEVERAL YEARS AGO. AGED 80 YEARS AND A NATIVE OF GERMANY. BURIAL FAMILY CEMETERY IN FAIRVIEW.

 

 

 

3, APRIL 1913

 

 

 

MRS.. CARRIE BOUGHMAN OF YORK PENNSYLVANIA, THE DAUGHTER OF JACOB KLEINKNECT OF NORTH LIBERTY. SHE WAS A NATIVE OF ADAMS COUNTY, 36 YEARS OLD. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, TWO SONS AND ONE DAUGHTER AND HER PARENTS.

 

 

 

WALTER COPAS OF BLUE CREEK, DIED AT THE AGE OF 27 YEARS. LEAVES A WIFE AND A DAUGHTER. BURIAL COPAS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JOHN SHAMBLIN, 24 YEAR OLD SON OF MR. & MRS.. ELLIS SHAMBLIN OF BLUE CREEK. SURVIVED BY THE PARENTS, SIX BROTHERS AND FOUR SISTERS. BURIAL MOORES CHAPEL.

 

 

 

17, APRIL 1913

 

MRS.. MILTON COPAS, AGE 23 YEARS DIED AT HER HOME ON BEAVER POND, DIED OF TYPHOID FEVER. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND AND ONE CHILD. BURIAL JAYBIRD CEMETERY.

 

 

 

ATTORNEY E.H. KIRKPATRICK OF GEORGETOWN, DIED AT HIS HOME OF A HEART DISEASE, A NATIVE OF RUSSELLVILLE.

 

 

 

MRS.. SARAH EDWARDS, DIED AT THE HOME OF HER SISTER MRS.. JOHN HOWELL IN MANCHESTER. BURIAL M.E. CHURCH CEMETERY.

 

 

 

LUVIE CHANDLER, DAUGHTER OF MR. & MRS.. SAM CHANDLER, DIED AT HER HOME ON ISLAND CREEK OF WHOOPING COUGH. BURIAL I.O.O.F. CEMETERY.

 

 

 

 

 

BENJAMIN HANES, 95 YEARS OLD DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS SON WILLIAM AT WHITE OAK. A NATIVE OF PENNSYLVANIA, LOCATING IN THIS COUNTY IN HIS YOUTH, BESIDES WILLIAM HE IS ALSO SURVIVED BY ONE OTHER SON, JAMES OF CLINTON COUNTY AND ONE DAUGHTER MRS.. WHEELER FREEMAN OF PEEBLES. BURIAL BRUSH CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH.

 

 

 

MRS.. ELIZABETH EDGINGTON, 89 YEARS OLD DIED AT THE HOME OF HER SON CHARLES PUCKETT, IN FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MOSES WADE, AN INMATE OF THE COUNTY INFIRMARY DIED THEIR LAST FRIDAY OF TUBERCULOSIS AT THE AGE OF 65 YEARS. HIS ONLY LIVING RELATIVE IS A SISTER MRS.. SARAH NAYLOR OF MANCHESTER. BURIAL I.O.O.F. CEMETERY.

 

 

 

TWO YEAR OLD DAUGHTER OF MR. AND MRS.. HERBERT GROOMS DIED AT THE HOME ON TULIP { DIED OF WHOOPING COUGH }. BURIAL LIBERTY CEMETERY.

 

 

 

OTTO SHEELEY, 17 YEAR OLD SON OF MR. & MRS.. JOHN SHEELEY OF LICK FORK. SURVIVED BY THE PARENTS. FOUR BROTHERS AND THREE SISTERS AND A UNCLE JOHN STECK OF WICHITA KANSAS { His mothers brother}.

 

 

 

24, APRIL 1913

 

FRANK E. LEONARD, DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS PARENTS, MR. & MRS. ALFRED LEONARD OF NEAR WRIGHTSVILLE, 23 YEARS OLD THE YOUNGEST CHILD OF THE FAMILY. SURVIVED BY THE PARENTS, FIVE SISTERS AND FOUR BROTHERS. BURIAL GIFT RIDGE.

 

 

 

DAVID FORD, 77 YEARS OLD DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS STEP DAUGHTER MRS. JESSE MANN OF PEEBLES. HE WAS A MEMBER OF CO. A 74th OHIO. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE.

 

HENRY ELLISON, DIED AT HIS HOME ON WAGGONERS RIPPLE, OF DIABETES. 50 YEARS OLD, SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND TWO CHILDREN. BURIAL McKEE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

 

 

MRS. NELLIE WILLIAMS SHELDON, WHO WAS BROUGHT TO MANCHESTER FROM LANSING MICHIGAN FOR BURIAL. SHE WAS BORN 6, APRIL 1893. HAD LIVED IN MANCHESTER ALL HER LIFE PREVIOUS TO HER MARRIAGE TO EUGENE A. SHELDON OF LANSING ON 23, SEPTEMBER 1911, SHE DIED 16,APRIL 1913 FROM MERCURIAL POISONING. THE FUNERAL WAS HELD AT THE HOME OF MR. & MRS. JOHN WILLIAMS. THE PALL BEARERS WERE MEMBERS OF HER CLASS IN THE MANCHESTER HIGH SCHOOL MISSES GRACE ELLIS, JULIA DARNELL, MARY LOUISE STABLETON, ANNA RYAN, RAYMOND ROUSH AND RAYMOND VANCE. BURIAL I.O.O.F. CEMETERY.

 

 

 

LEONA SCOTT, ONE YEAR OLD DAUGHTER OF MR. & MRS. GRANT SCOTT DIED OF SPINAL MENINGITIS, OF NEAR PEEBLES. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE.

 

 

 

1, MAY 1913

 

H.E. ALEXANDER, DIED AT HIS HOME IN WINCHESTER, 48 YEARS OLD. SON OF THE LATE JAMES ALEXANDER AND IS SURVIVED BY HIS MOTHER, ONE BROTHER TRUMAN AND ONE SISTER MISS ETTA. BURIAL CHERRY FORK CEMETERY.

 

 

 

CAPTAIN WATSON FOSTER, DIED AT SANDY SPRINGS FROM A HEART TROUBLE. A CIVIL WAR VETERAN, A CAPTAIN OF ONE OF THE COMPANIES OF THE 70th OHIO REGIMENT. SURVIVED BY EIGHT CHILDREN. BURIAL SANDY SPRINGS. RELATIVES MENTIONED HENRY FOSTER AND DAUGHTER MISS MARY OF ADAMS COUNTY.

 

 

 

MICHAEL THORONTON, AGED 88 YEARS DIED AT HIS HOME ON TULIP, HIS WIFE PRECEDED HIM IN DEATH TWO YEARS AGO. SURVIVED BY SEVERAL CHILDREN. BURIAL COX CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JUDGE J.W. MARKLEY, DIED SUDDENLY AT GEORGETOWN, ABOUT 65 YEARS OF AGE, AT THE TIME OF HIS DEATH HIS WIFE AND SON WERE IN NEW MEXICO, WHERE THEY WERE PLANNING TO MOVE TO IN THE SPRING.

 

 

 

ANNA WHARFF OF NORWOOD, THE D/O MRS. COLEMAN MOORE OF PEEBLES, 36 YEARS OLD. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, ONE SON 11 YEARS OLD, HER MOTHER, FOUR SISTERS MRS. S.J. McDERMOTT OF McDERMOTT, MRS. EDWIN WALKER OF INDIANA, MRS. GEORGE THOMAS OF TRANQUILITY, AND MRS. RAY CONOWAY OF FRANKLIN TWP., TWO BROTHERS JOHN OF CINCINNATI AND EARL AT HOME. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE.

 

 

 

MRS. REBECCA TRICKLER 82, DIED AT THE HOME OF HER NEPHEW O.T. MONTGOMERY OF MANCHESTER. BURIAL I.O.O.F. IN MANCHESTER.

 

 

 

LORENZA LUNTZ 92, DIED AT HIS HOME IN LOUISVILLE. A VETERAN OF THE CIVIL WAR SERVING IN CO. E 1st OHIO HEAVY ARTILLERY. BURIAL LOUISVILLE.

 

 

 

MISS GENEVIVE ELLISON, GRANDDAUGHTER OF SAM ELLISON, FORMER RESIDENT OF WEST UNION DIED AT MASON OHIO. BURIAL MASON OHIO.

 

 

 

MARION PARR 80, DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS SON WILLIAM, IN MANCHESTER. BURIAL I.O.O.F. IN MANCHESTER.

 

 

 

WILLIAM CLARK, DIED SUDDENLY IN CINCINNATI OF A HEART DISEASE, 48 YEARS OLD. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE THE FORMER CORA TUCKER, THE D/O MR. & MRS. S.S. TUCKER. THE BODY WAS ACCOMPANIED TO MANCHESTER BY MRS. CLARK AND CHARLES TUCKER, JAMES CLARK AND WIFE. OTHER RELATIVES ARE S.S. TUCKER, WILBUR TUCKER OF PORTSMOUTH, MR. & MRS. EMILL SCOTT, A BROTHER IN LAW.

 

 

 

WASHINGTON KIMBLE OF VANCEBURG KY., 80 YEARS OLD, SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND TWELVE CHILDREN. FORMERLY OF ROME OHIO. A NEPHEW ATTORNEY B.F. KIMBLE ALSO SURVIVES.

 

 

 

8,MAY 1913

 

JAMES TAYLOR 68, DIED AT HIS HOME ON FRONT STREET IN MANCHESTER. 1st MARRIED MAY JONES WHO PRECEDED HIM IN DEATH, TO THEM WERE BORN FOUR CHILDREN SUSAN, HERBERT, WILLIAM AND IDA, THE LATTER TWO ARE DECEASED. MARRIED 2nd CLARISSA FLOYD AND TO THEM WERE BORN THREE CHILDREN MRS. L.D. PARKER OF OEN ALBERTA CANADA, HERSHEL AND JUNA AT HOME. BURIAL MOORES CHAPEL CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. LOUISE OSBORNE 54, DIED AT HER HOME IN FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND AND A FAMILY OF GROWN CHILDREN. BURIAL OSBORNE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

HARRY CREED 11, THE SON OF MR. & MRS. WILL CREED OF PEEBLES. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MISS ANGIE McCREIGHT 32, DIED OF A HEART DISEASE AT THE HOME OF HER PARENTS MR. & MRS. JESSE McCREIGHT OF TRANQUILITY.

 

 

 

OTTO EARLY SHEELEY, THE SON OF JOHN AND CAROLINE SHEELEY WAS BORN 10, OCTOBER 1895 IN ADAMS COUNTY, DIED 15, APRIL 1913. SURVIVED BY HIS PARENTS, FOUR BROTHERS AND THREE SISTERS, PRECEDED IN DEATH BY ONE BROTHER.

 

 

 

THERESSA C.R. ( HITE ) SIMMONS WAS BORN NEAR GUYANDOTTE WEST VIRGINIA 25, AUGUST 1833 AND DIED 30, APRIL 1913, THE DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM AND JANE HITE, CAME TO OHIO IN 1857, MARRIED JOSIAH W. SIMMONS 17, AUGUST 1862 AND TO THEM WERE BORN FIVE CHILDREN, WILLIAM QUINTER OF DAYTON OHIO, IRA STROTHER OF GREAT BEND KANSAS, PRISCILLA EMMA SILCOTT OF SEAMAN, CORA VALANCHE BARNES OF TRANQUILITY AND SALOMA ALICE SIMMONS AT HOME. BURIAL TRANQUILITY U.P. CHURCH.

 

 

 

 

 

15, MAY 1913

 

MRS. ANNA E. JONES, A FORMER ADAMS COUNTY RESIDENT DIED AT THE HOME OF MRS. WILLIAM BRAMMER OF IRONTON OHIO. SHE WAS BORN IN ADAMS COUNTY 67 YEARS AGO IN JANUARY. MR. JONES DIED 15 YEARS AGO. BURIAL " FAIRMONT INDIANA, SHE WILL BE BURIED BESIDE THE DAUGHTER SHE HAD LIVED WITH; THREE CHILDREN ARE SURVIVING, A.V. JONES, O.H. JONES AND L.B. JONES OF MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA, AND A BROTHER GEORGE KING OF WILMINGTON OHIO ALSO SURVIVES.

 

 

 

ARNOLD WEBB 21, THE SON OF MRS. JANE WEBB OF BLUE CREEK, DIED AT HIS HOME. SURVIVED BY HIS MOTHER, THREE BROTHERS AND THREE SISTERS. BURIAL COPAS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

SAMUEL C. MASTERS, WHO DIED AT HIS HOME IN PORTSMOUTH, WAS RETURNED TO WINCHESTER FOR BURIAL { WINCHESTER WAS HIS FORMER HOME }. 76 YEARS OLD , SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND ONE DAUGHTER MRS. O.E. CLUTTER. BURIAL WINCHESTER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. ROBERT ECKMAN 60, RESIDENT OF NORTH LIBERTY, SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND AND EIGHT CHILDREN. BURIAL CHERRY FORK.

 

MRS. THOMAS JOHNSON OF PEEBLES, DIED AT THE HOME OF HER DAUGHTER MRS. OZRA HAINES, 70 YEARS OLD, SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND AND THE FOLLOWING CHILDREN, GEORGE AND SPENCER OF MEIGS TWP., JAMES OF PEEBLES, MRS. AMANDA WINDALL OF CASTORIA, MRS. EVA WINDALL OF CINCINNATI AND MRS. OZRA HAINES OF PEEBLES. BURIAL PURTEE CEMETERY

 

 

 

MRS. JENNIE CHAPMAN 40, WIFE OF DR. CHAPMAN DIED AT THEIR HOME IN SINKING SPRINGS. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND AND TWO CHILDREN, THREE BROTHERS OREN REARICK OF MUNCIE, BERT REARICK OF DAYTON AND HARVE REARICK OF PEEBLES, THREE SISTERS MRS. OSCAR EYLAR OF SINKING SPRINGS, MRS. OSCAR CUMMINGS OF MARTINSVILLE AND MRS. ED JACKSON OF LOCUST GROVE.

 

 

 

 

 

22, MAY 1913

 

MRS. HENRIETTA PATTON 82, DIED AT HER HOME IN PEEBLES. SURVIVED BY THREE DAUGHTERS MRS. JOE McKEEHAN AND MRS. J.F. YANKIE OF PEEBLES, MRS. NETTIE GRIFFITH OF CARRY OHIO, AND ONE SON WILL PATTON OF ST. JOE MONTANA. BURIAL SINKING SPRINGS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

SOPHIA JANE BOYD 8, DAUGHTER OF MR. & MRS. N.A. BOYD DIED AT THE HOME OF TYPHOID FEVER, LIVED NEAR MINERAL SPRINGS. BURIAL NEWMAN CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MARTHA J. CLARK, DIED SUDDENLY AT THE HOME OF HER SON WILLIAM A. CLARK OF WINCHESTER, SHE WAS 80 YEARS OLD, SURVIVED BY THREE GROWN CHILDREN, ALBERT W. OF PRINCETOWN, MRS. C.S. RODGERS OF CLEAR WATER NEBRASKA AND W.A. WITH WHOM SHE MADE HER HOME WITH. SHE WAS LAID TO REST IN THE LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY, BESIDE HER HUSBAND THAT DIED TWO YEARS AGO.

 

 

 

MISS LETTA SHATTUCK 22, DIED AT THE HOME OF HER PARENTS MR. & MRS. DAVIS SHATTUCK OF GREENBRIAR. BURIAL FAIRFAX M.E. CHURCH.

 

 

 

 

 

29, MAY 1913

 

ROBERT W. MATHEWS 67, A FARMER OF LIBERTY TWP., DIED OF CANCER OF THE LIVER. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND THREE BROTHERS, SYLVESTER OF SEAMAN, JOSEPH OF ECKMANSVILLE AND JAMES OF NORTH LIBERTY AND ONE SISTER MISS MARY. BURIAL CHERRY FORK.

 

 

 

CAPTAIN N.W. EVANS, HEART FAILURE CAUSED THE DEATH OF CAPTAIN NELSON WILEY EVANS, HE WAS BORN AT SARDINIA, BROWN COUNTY OHIO 4, JUNE 1842 THE SON OF EDWARD PATTON EVANS AND AMANDA J. KING. HE MOVED WITH HIS FAMILY TO WEST UNION IN 1847, A VETERAN OF THE CIVIL WAR, SERVING IN CO.G 129th O.V.I. AS CAPTAIN. GRADUATED FROM THE MIAMI UNIVERSITY IN 1864, FROM THE CINCINNATI LAW SCHOOL IN 1865. HE LOCATED IN PORTSMOUTH, IN 1866 AND ON 9, SEPTEMBER 1868 HE MARRIED ELIZABETH HENDERSON. IN CONJUNCTION WITH HON. E.B. STIVERS, CAPTAIN EVANS WROTE AND PUBLISHED AN EXCELLENT HISTORY OF ADAMS COUNTY. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE. BURIAL PORTSMOUTH OHIO.

 

 

 

5. JUNE 1913

 

JOSEPH K. ELY 78, DIED AT HIS HOME IN PEEBLES. A VETERAN OF THE CIVIL WAR, SERVED IN CO. B 89th OHIO. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND TWO DAUGHTERS, MRS. LOU DAVIDSON OF PEEBLES AND MRS. MARGARET ADAMS SON OF WILLIAMSBURG, TWO SONS ALVA AND CHARLEY ELY OF WILLIAMSBURG. BURIAL WILLIAMSBURG.

 

 

 

W.H. JOHNSON, A FORMER RESIDENT OF WAMSLEY, DIED AT HIS HOME IN OTWAY. HE WAS BORN IN WAMSLEY 56 YEARS AGO, THE S/O ELIAS M. JOHNSON AND MINERVA PURTEE. BURIAL WAMSLEY CEMETERY.

 

 

 

WHEELER MOORE 67, OF WEST UNION. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE THE FORMER MISS CLARA BROOKS, TWO BROTHERS W.B. AND T.N., FOUR SISTERS MRS. M.J. FREEMAN OF MATTOON ILLINOIS, MRS. MARIAH REYNOLDS, MRS. ADA MASON AND MRS. ANN BAYLESS. BURIAL WEST UNION OFF FELLOWS.

 

 

 

FLOYD W. WHITE 79, OF SPRIGG TOWNSHIP, DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS SON HARRY E. WHITE OF BENTONVILLE. A NATIVE OF BROWN COUNTY, HAD BEEN MAKING HIS HOME WITH HIS SON, SENICE THE DEATH OF HIS WIFE. BURIAL PISQAH RIDGE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

ROSS KING 68 YEAR OLD BACHLOR, DIED AT THE HOME OF GRANVILLE WILLIAMSON AT SEAMAN, DUE TO CANCER OF THE STOMACH. THE DECEASED WENT TO SEAMAN ABOUT TWO MONTHS AGO FROM RED OAK, BROWN COUNTY. BURIAL RED OAK CEMETERY.

 

 

 

12,JUNE 1913

 

PHILLIP SHIVNER, A WELL KNOWN FARMER RESIDING ON THE SCOTT SPEARS FARM IN LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, PASSED AWAY DUE TO CANCER OF THE STOMACH.

 

 

 

DANIEL HAMER WOODS, A NATIVE OF ADAMS COUNTY, DIED AT HIS HOME IN PARKERSBURG WEST VIRGINIA, WHERE HE MOVED TO NINE YEARS AGO. BORN IN WAMSLEY 39 YEARS AGO, SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE THE FORMER MISS MARY MATHENEY AND THREE CHILDREN AND THREE SISTERS, MISS S.M. WOODS AND MRS. EMMA WHITAKER OF WEST UNION AND MRS. ANNA DOUGLASS OF EASTWOOD, ONE BROTHER SAMUEL C. WOODS OF CARTHAGE MONTANA. BURIAL I.O.O.F. CEMETERY IN WEST UNION.

 

 

 

HARRY WASHBURN 9 YEAR OLD SON OF MR. & MRS. ED WASHBURN, DIED AT HIS HOME IN JACKTOWN OF HEART TROUBLE. BURIAL JACKTOWN CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JOSEPH THATCHER 81, DIED AT HIS HOME IN PEEBLES. HE WAS MARRIED TWICE, TO THE FIRST UNION WAS BORN ELEVEN CHILDREN, WHO WITH THE WIDOW FROM THE SECOND MARRIAGE SURVIVE AS FOLLOWS, T.W. THATCHER OF YOUNGS, SAMUEL OF KANSAS, ALFRED OF MINERAL SPRINGS, CHARLEY OF SINKING SPRINGS, LEON AND WILLIAM OF PEEBLES, MRS. ANNA BENNINGTON OF CINCINNATI, MRS. VIOLA HIBBS OF NEW VIENNA, OSCAR AND FRANCIS OF INDIANA. BURIAL ELDRIDGE CEMETERY ON PEACH MOUNTAIN.

 

MRS. LUCINDA MEEKS 56, WIDOW OF MOSES MEEKS, DIED AT THE HOME OF HER SON IN LAW ERNEST MOORE, A SHOEMAKER OF NO. 423 BOND STREET. THE FOLLOWING CHILDREN SURVIVE, WILLIAM MEEKS OF PORTSMOUTH, JOHN MEEKS OF BLUE CREEK, MRS. ARTIE EVANS OF BEECHY FORK AND LIZZIE MOORE OF PORTSMOUTH, BROTHERS JOHN HUNT OF BLUE CREEK AND CHRIS HUNT OF PEEBLES. HER REMAINS WERE TOOKEN TO BLUE CREEK IN ADAMS COUNTY FOR BURIAL.

 

 

 

19, JUNE 1913

 

MRS. LELAH KIRKER, DIED AT THE HOME OF HER SISTER MRS. W.P. STEPHENSON, 34 YEARS OLD, DAUGHTER OF THE LATE D.R. AND MARY J. SHRIVER OF MANCHESTER. SHE HAD LIVED IN CINCINNATI FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS, BUT FOR SEVERAL MONTHS HAD BEEN LIVING WITH HER SISTER IN WEST UNION. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND P.B. KIRKER AND A LITTLE DAUGHTER CAROLINE, ONE BROTHER BYRON OF JACKSON AND SIX SISTERS MRS. W.P. STEPHENSON, MRS. C.R. GREGORY OF OREGON CITY, OREGON, MRS. P.D. DRGO OF CINCINNATI, MRS. F.H. ELLISON AND MISSES EMMA AND KATE OF MANCHESTER. BURIAL MANCHESTER

 

 

 

SAMUEL LUCAS 67, DIED AT HIS HOME AT MAYHILL, A NATIVE OF HIGHLAND COUNTY. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND SEVERAL CHILDREN. BURIAL LOUDEN CEMETERY.

 

 

 

HENRY ROBINSON 81, OF ROME, DIED AT HIS HOME THERE. A FORMER UNDERTAKER OF THAT AREA. SURVIVED BY TWO CHILDREN WILL AND MISS ELLA AT HOME. BURIAL POINT CEMETERY.

 

 

 

PHILIP SHIVENER 48, SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND SIX CHILDREN. BURIAL LIBERTY CEMETERY.

 

 

 

WILLIAM B. KINKEAD 74, DIED AT HIS HOME IN NORWOOD. HE WAS A WELL KNOWN HAT DRUMMER, THAT TRAVELED THROUGH SOUTHERN OHIO FOR THE PAST THIRTY YEARS.

 

 

 

MRS. MARIAH BLAKE 87, DIED AT THE HOME OF HER SON " IN " LAW H.S. McCELLAND OF DUNKINSVILLE. BURIAL BLAKE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

TWO MONTH OLD CHILD OF MR. & MRS. FRANK RALSTON OF WAGGONERS RIPPLE, DIED AT THE HOME LAST THURSDAY. BURIAL LIBERTY CEMETERY, JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP.

 

 

 

MRS. SAMUEL GROOMS 75, DIED AT HER HOME NEAR WEST UNION. HER HUSBAND SURVIVES. BURIAL I.O.O.F. CEMETERY.

 

 

 

26, JUNE 1913

 

CLAYTON HOUSER OF GALLIPOLIS, THE SON OF MR. & MRS. SAMUEL SANTEE OF PEEBLES AND A BROTHER OF WILLIAM HOUSER OF WEST UNION; DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS SISTER MRS. ALLIE HARTSELL OF COLUMBUS, 46 YEARS OLD. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND TWO CHILDREN. BURIAL GALLIPOLIS.

 

CHADWICK EASTMAN DIED AT DODD CITY KANSAS, THE REMAINS WERE SHIPPED TO PEEBLES FOR BURIAL IN THE SINKING SPRINGS CEMETERY.

 

MRS. JENNIE PETERSON 63, DIED AT HER HOME IN LAWSHE. BURIAL NEWPORT CEMTERY.

 

ALLEN RIGGS OF SEAMAN, WAS INJURED IN A AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT NEAR MILFORD THE 8, JUNE 1913, DIED AT THE GOOD SAMARITAIN HOSPITAL IN CINCINNATI. THIRTY YEARS OF AGE AND SINGLE. HE LIVED WITH HIS MOTHER MARTHA RIGGS. BURIAL KIRKER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. HARRISON HARPER, FORMERLY OF MANCHESTER, DIED AT CHRIST HOSPITAL IN CINCINNATI AT THE AGE OF 27 YEARS. D/O GEORGE DRAKE OF MANCHESTER, SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND. BURIAL MANCHESTER.

 

 

 

MRS. R.F. TAYLOR 52, DIED AT HER HOME ON STEAM FURNACE. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND AND FOUR DAUGHTERS, MRS. SYLVIA WITTENMYER OF ST. FRANCISVILLE ILLINOIS, MRS. P.O. THOMAS, MISSES GRACE AND MAGGIE AT HOME. BURIAL STEAM FURNACE.

 

 

 

J.V. McNEIL 80, OF CHERRY FORK, A NATIVE OF WAYNE TOWNSHIP. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND SIX CHILDREN, CHARLIE OF HIGHLAND COUNTY, ALBERT OF MONTANA, EDWARD OF TEXAS, ARCHIE AND MRS. MAY HOOK OF IDAHO AND MRS. MINNIE KIRKPATRICK OF CHERRY FORK. BURIAL CHERRY FORK CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MISS MAGGIE STEELE, DIED AT THE HOME OF HER MOTHER. MRS. WILLIAM STEELE NEAR STONE CHAPEL. BURIAL ODD FELLOWS.

 

 

 

3, JULY 1913

 

MRS. J.H. CONNER, THE FORMER JENNIE FRAME, WAS BORN IN SPRIGG TWP. OF ADAMS COUNTY ON 26, MARCH 1851. THE DAUGHTER OF JAMES AND NANCY FRAME, PIONEER SETTLERS OF ADAMS COUNTY. SURVIVED BY THREE BROTHERS AND FIVE SISTERS. ON 26, JULY 1868 SHE MARRIED J.H. CONNER WHO SURVIVES HER, AND TO THEM WAS BORN THREE CHILDREN, A SON DIED IN INFANCY, THE OTHER TWO ARE MRS. HARLEY DUNLAP OF WASHINGTON C.H. AND WILLIAM A. OF WEST UNION. BURIAL ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MARGARET McGINNIS 8 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER OF, MR. & MRS. JOHN McGINNIS, WHO MOVED FROM ADAMS COUNTY TWO YEARS AGO TO HILLSBORO. CAUSE OF DEATH WAS A BRAIN TUMOR. BURIAL ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

THOMAS SHELBY, COMMONLY CALLED " UNCLE TOM " DIED AT HIS HOME IN LAWSHE AT THE AGE OF 68 YEARS. BETTER REMEMBER AS " NO - ARM - TOM " DURING THE CIVIL WAR HE HAD BOTH ARMS BLOWN OFF AT THE ELBOWS, HE WAS A MEMBER OF CO. E, 1st OHIO HEAVY ARTILLERY. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND THREE DAUGHTERS MAY MALCOME OF LOUDEN, MYRTLE MALONE OF HILLSBORO AND REBECCA POWELL OF WHOM WITH HER HUSBAND HE MADE HIS HOME WITH, ONE SON ROBERT OF SCOTT TWP., BURIAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. W.F. LLOYD 74, SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND AND THREE CHILDREN GEORGE AT HOME, LAFE OF LIBERTY AND MRS. PORTER WAMSLEY OF WAYNE TWP., BURIAL KIRKER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JOHN TUCKER OF WINCHESTER, DIED AT HIS HOME. 66 YEARS OLD WAS BORN IN BENTONVILLE, THE ELDEST SON OF HUGH AND PATIENCE MATHENY TUCKER NOW LIVING NEAR PEEBLES. HE WAS THE FIRST TO PASS ON IN HIS FAMILY AND THE FIRST IN 50 YEARS IN HIS FATHERS FAMILY. FIVE BROTHERS, ALFRED M. OF BROWN COUNTY, WESLEY L. OF LATONIA KY., OLIVER OF SEATTLE WASHINGTON, KILBY OF WILMINGTON AND ALSON OF PORTLAND OREGON. ONE SISTER MRS. MARY ELLISON OF PEEBLES ALL SURVIVE. ALSO SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND THREE SONS NORVIA E., HARVEY O. AND WILLIAM P. OF WINCHESTER AND ONE DAUGHTER MRS. ETTIE McNEILAN OF COLUMBUS.

 

 

 

 

 

10, JULY 1913

 

THOMAS J. WILSON OF BENTONVILLE, 74 YEARS OLD. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND FIVE CHILDREN, MRS. MOLLIE TUMBLESON, CHARLES, JOHN, WILLIAM AND JAMES. FUNERAL M.E. CHURCH OF BENTONVILLE.

 

 

 

EDWIN JESSE, LITTLE SON OF MR. & MRS. W.T. JESSE OF FLEMINGSBURG KY., DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS GRANDPARENTS. THE REMAINS WILL BE TAKEN TO MANCHESTER OHIO FOR BURIAL DR. AND MRS. JESSE FORMERLY RESIDED THEIR.

 

 

 

JOHN B. MARKIN SON OF ANDREW AND ELIZABETH MARKIN, WAS BORN 10, AUGUST 1836 AND DIED 12, JUNE 1913. ON 28, DECEMBER 1859 MARRIED MARY BROWNLEE AND TO THEM WERE BORN FIVE CHILDREN, MRS. MARY F. HAINES NOW DECEASED, EMMA E. HAINES, JOHN W. NANCY B. MOORE AND MINTA M. PRESSGRAVES. HE WAS A VETERAN OF THE CIVIL WAR, SERVING IN 173rd. OHIO INFANTRY.

 

 

 

WOODROW JUDSON MOORE, THE SON OF FRANK AND ERMA MOORE, WAS BORN 11, MARCH 1913 AND DIED 27, JUNE 1913.

 

 

 

24, JULY 1913

 

MRS. CATHERINE SUFFRON AGED 80 YEARS WAS FOUND DEAD IN HER BED, AT THE HOME OF HER DAUGHTER MRS. F.C. MOORE. SURVIVED BY TWO SONS J.F. SUFFRON AND C.E. SUFFRON THE ONE DAUGHTER, ALL RESIDING IN PEEBLES, ONE BROTHER JAMES ELGIN OF TRANQUILITY. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. MARTHA EYLAR WIDOW OF THE LATE DAVID EYLAR DIED AT HER HOME IN LOCUST GROVE AT THE AGE OF 79 YEARS. SHE AND HER HUSBAND RAN THE EYLAR HOTEL IN LOCUST GROVE. SURVIVED BY SIX CHILDREN - JENNIE ZILE OF FRANKLIN TWP., MISSES ELLA & RUTH AT HOME, DR. O.R. EYLAR OF RAINSBORO, OSCAR OF SINKING SPRINGS AND JOHN OF KANSAS CITY. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JOSEPH BURBAGE OF BENTONVILLE, DIED AT RIPELY WHILE ON A VISIT TO HIS DAUGHTER MRS. ETHEL KIRK. THE DECEASED WAS 71 YEARS OF AGE, A VETERAN OF THE CIVIL WAR AND IS SURVIVED BY FIVE CHILDREN. BURIAL KIRKER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

EDWARD HARMON RALSTON DIED AT HIS HOME ON BRUSH CREEK AT THE AGE OF 34 YEARS. S/O MR. & MRS. ROBERT RALSTON. SURVIVED BY WIFE AND SON, THE DECEASED DIED OF HODGKINS DISEASE. BURIAL ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JAMES MACE RESIDING ON STOUTS RUN, DIED FROM A SUN STROKE AT THE AGE OF 65 YEARS. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND SEVERAL CHILDREN.

 

 

 

31, JULY 1913

 

MRS. EMMA SHUPERT WIFE OF FRED SHUPERT OF LIBERTY TWP., PASSED AWAY DURING CHILDBIRTH, THE CHILD A HEALTHY BABY GIRL. SHE WAS 40 YEARS OLD AND THE D/O MRS. LEWIS YOUNG, BESIDES HER HUSBAND SHE IS ALSO SURVIVED BY SIX CHILDREN. BURIAL ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

 

MRS. CAROLINE KAY KAUTZ DIED AT THE HOME OF HER DAUGHTER MRS. IRA MILLER OF RUSSELLVILLE. BORN NEAR GEORGETOWN 5, DECEMBER 1842 AND TURNED 70 YEARS OLD LAST DECEMBER. SHE WAS MARRIED AT GEORGETOWN 9, NOVEMBER 1869 TO HENRY KAUTZ, TO THEM WAS BORN THE FOLLOWING CHILDREN, MRS. SALLIE MILLER OF RUSSELLVILLE AND MRS. ELLA HOWLAND OF NORTH LIBERTY. BURIAL ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. DORIS {RICKEY} HERBERT DIED AT THE HOME OF HER PARENTS, MR. AND MRS. CAMPBELL RICKEY OF LOCUST GROVE, SHE WAS 33 YEARS OF AGE. SURVIVED BY HER PARENTS, ONE SISTER MRS. FRANK SNYDER OF BELFAST, TWO BROTHERS OSCAR OF KENTON IOWA AND CARL OF CINCINNATI. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY BESIDE HER HUSBAND WHO DIED FOUR YEARS AGO.

 

 

 

MANCHESTER OHIO

 

ALBERT BECKMAN 33 OF 946 ENRIGHT AVE., PRICE HILL, DIED IN HIS CHAIR IN THE REAR OF HIS STORE. HE WAS A DRUGGIST WHO HAD OWNED A DRUG STORE IN MANCHESTER FOR SEVERAL MONTHS. SURVIVED BY HIS MOTHER. BURIAL CINCINNATI.

 

 

 

MYRON AUBERY PLUMMER 2€«_€ YEAR OLD S/O MRS. LEXIE PLUMMER DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS GRANDPARENTS MR. & MRS. JEFF SWISSHELM IN FRANKLIN TWP., HE WAS A VICTIM OF CHOLERA. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

HON. WILLIAM M. TUGMAN DIED AT HIS HOME IN CINCINNATI. BORN IN THE MOUNTAIN REGIONS OF NORTH CAROLINA, HE CAME TO ADAMS COUNTY AT THE AGE OF 15 YEARS. HE LEAVES A WIFE AND THREE SONS.

 

 

 

7, AUGUST 1913

 

DON TEEGARDEN A FORMER RESIDENT OF JEFFERSON TWP. DIED AT HIS PLACE OF WORK IN SPRINGFIELD OHIO. 34 YEARS OLD, THE S/O MR. & MRS. CALEB TEEGARDEN OF WAMSLEY. SURVIVED BY 2 BROTHERS ARA AND PAUL AND 4 SISTERS ICY WHITLEY AND ELLA ASHCRAFT ALL OF WAMSLEY, 2 SISTERS MRS.JEAN GARRETT OF SEAMAN AND MRS. JOHN MURPHY OF KY., HE WAS TWICE MARRIED, HIS SECOND WIFE AND SIX CHILDREN RESIDING IN PORTSMOUTH. BURIAL CINCINNATI, BESIDE HIS FIRST WIFE.

 

 

 

MRS. LIZZIE { YOUNG } DEMINT DIED AT THE HOME OF HER SON EARL ON BOYD AVE. IN WEST UNION AT THE AGE OF 63 YEARS, WIDOW OF FRANK DEMINT. FIVE CHILDREN SURVIVE IRWIN, MRS. ELMER REYNOLDS OF CINCINNATI, MRS. MAGGIE DEATLY OF CHICAGO, EARL, MATT AND CLYDE ALL OF WEST UNION. BURIAL ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

 

 

MARY BERKS BAILEY, WHO A NUMBER OF YEARS AGO LIVED WITH HER UNCLE I.A. WALLACE, DIED WHILE ON A VISIT TO RELATIVES IN KY., SHE LIVED IN DAYTON WITH HER HUSBAND WHO SURVIVES HER, A SISTER MRS. C.V. THOMAS ALSO OF DAYTON SURVIVES. BURIAL DAYTON

 

14, AUGUST 1913

 

 

 

FRANK G. BLAIR DIED AT HIS HOME IN TRANQUILITY AT THE AGE OF 53 YEARS. THE S/O HON. ALFRED BLAIR. HE LEAVES HIS WIFE AND ONE SON, THREE BROTHERS, JOHN J. OF PEEBLES, BLANCHARD AND F.W. .

 

 

 

JOSEPH W. HAYSLIP QUIETLY PASSED AWAY AT THE OLD HOMESTEAD AT THE HEAD OF MAIN STREET, 87 YEARS OF AGE, HE WAS A LIFE LONG RESIDENT OF WEST UNION AND SINCE CHILDHOOD HAD LIVED IN THE HOUSE HE DIED IN. JOSEPH WARREN HAYSLIP WAS BORN THE 17, MAY 1826 THE S/O JOHN AND LETTIE CAMPBELL HAYSLIP WHO WERE THE EARLIEST SETTLERS OF ADAMS COUNTY OHIO. HE WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO LEMIRA E. MONTGOMERY ON 25, DECEMBER 1849 AND TO THEM WERE BORN NINE CHILDREN, HIS WIFE DIED 24,MAY 1891 AND EIGHT CHILDREN PRECEDED HIM, MRS. MAGGIE SPEARS IS THE ONLY SURVIVING CHILD. A CIVIL WAR VETERAN OF CO. C 24th REGIMENT O.V.I., BURIAL ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JAMES M. STEWART FORMER RESIDENT OF WEST UNION DIED IN A CINCINNATI HOSPITAL WITH BRIGHTS DISEASE, AGE 34 YEARS THE S/O OF THE LATE CAPTAIN WILLIAM STEWART. HE AND HIS MOTHER CAROLINE STEWART HAD BEEN LIVING IN THE WALNUT HILLS AREA FOR THE LAST TWELVE YEARS. BURIAL WEST UNION'S OLD CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. ELIZABETH WILSON DIED AT HER HOME ON E. MULBERRY STREET, WIDOW OF THE LATE JAMES WILSON, SHE WAS 69 YEARS OLD, SURVIVED BY SIX CHILDREN, MRS. ELI THOMAS OF PEEBLES, SAM, GARFIELD, MABEL, TILLIE AND SALLIE OF WEST UNION. BURIAL WEST UNION CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MARY PRICE AN AGED MAIDEN LADY DIED AT THE HOME OF HER SISTER MRS. ALEC WILSON ON STOUTS RUN. BURIAL COX CEMETERY.

 

 

 

INFANT CHILD OF MR. AND MRS. HENRY JOHNSON DIED AT THEIR HOME IN MINERAL SPRINGS. BURIAL JAYBIRD CEMETERY

 

 

 

21, AUGUST 1913

 

MR. CONNIE LEEDOM A FORMER ADAMS COUNTY RESIDENT DROPPED DEAD ON A STREET IN THE CITY OF HEBRON NEBRASKA, THAYER COUNTY. OLDEST S/O DAVIS LEEDOM, WAS BORN AND REARED TO MANHOOD NEAR BENTONVILLE, BUT LEFT THERE WITH HIS FATHER IN 1866 AND WENT TO NEBRASKA. THE NEPHEW OF MRS. EMPIRE BAYLESS FORMERLY OF WINCHESTER. HE LEFT NO FAMILY BUT HIS WIFE.

 

 

 

 

 

GEORGE W. SMITH FAMILIARLY KNOWN AS " KIRBY " DIED AT HIS HOME IN DECATUR AT THE AGE OF 58 YEARS. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND ONE DAUGHTER MISS RUTH.

 

 

 

INFANT CHILD {2yrs} OF W.R. WEBB DIED OF CHOLERA AT THE HOME OF THE PARENTS IN GREENFIELD. BURIAL N. LIBERTY.

 

 

 

MISS MARY E. MATHEWS DIED AT THE OLD MATHEWS HOMESTEAD NEAR N. LIBERTY AT THE AGE OF 71 YRS., BURIAL CHERRY FORK CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. NELSON EDGINGTON DIED AT HER HOME NEAR N. LIBERTY AT THE AGE OF 74 YRS., SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, TWO DAUGHTERS AND ONE SON.

 

 

 

MRS. FANNIE NELSON DIED AT THE HOME OF HER DAUGHTER MRS. LAKEN MARTIN IN MANCHESTER.

 

 

 

28 AUGUST 1913

 

DR. J.W. BUNN, WAS BORN AT SUGAR TREE RIDGE OHIO 11, FEBRUARY 1842 THE S/O JOHN BUNN WHO CAME TO OHIO FROM PENNSYLVANIA. A SISTER MRS. ELIZA MILLER AND TWO BROTHERS DR. WILL BUNN OF SUGAR TREE RIDGE AND JOSEPH BUNN OF HILLSBORO SURVIVE HIM. A CIVIL WAR VETERAN OF THE 182nd O.V.I.. MARRIED MISS ANNIE HOOD 16, SEPTEMBER 1877 TO THEM WERE BORN THREE CHILDREN, ALL PRECEDING HIM DEATH. SURVIVED BY THE WIFE AND DAUGHTER - IN - LAW AND GRANDDAUGHTER. BURIAL ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

ASBURY M. PAGE OF CLERMONT COUNTY, THE S/O REVEREND WILLIAM AND ELIZABETH O.DELL PAGE, WAS BORN IN WEST UNION ADAMS COUNTY OHIO 14, MARCH 1819 AND DIED 17, AUGUST 1913. HE CAME WITH HIS PARENTS FROM WEST UNION TO MOSCOW, CLERMONT COUNTY IN 1834. IN 1845 HE MARRIED MISS HARRIET CARR OF MT. OLIVE, CLERMONT COUNTY OHIO, OF THEIR CHILDREN FOUR SURVIVE HIM, CHARLES W., BELLE, MRS. A. WOLFE, MRS. HARRY PHIPPS. HIS WIFE DIED 10,MAY 1903. ALSO SURVIVED BY TWO AGED SISTERS MRS. GEORGE SMITH OF INDIANAPOLIS INDIANA AND MRS. HANNAH THOMPSON OF WALNUT HILLS IN CINCINNATI OHIO.

 

 

 

 

 

CAMPBELL RICKEY OF FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP DIED AT HIS HOME IN LOCUST GROVE AT THE AGE OF 78 YEARS. VETERAN OF THE CIVIL WAR OF CO. I 39th REGIMENT O.V.I., SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND SEVERAL GROWN CHILDREN, ONE SISTER MRS. MARTHA DOWNING AND TWO BROTHERS WILLIAM AND ALBERT OF WINCHESTER. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

11, SEPTEMBER 1913

 

GERTRUDE RICHTER 18 MONTH OLD DAUGHTER OF MR. & MRS. JOHN RICHTER OF LOWER TWIN CREEK. DEATH OCCURRED FROM BEING SCALDED TO DEATH BY HOT COFFEE.

 

 

 

18, SEPTEMBER 1913

 

OBITUARY

 

ELROY HERBERT WHITMER SECOND SON OF ALBERT WHITMER AND ANGIE M. LUCAS WAS BORN THE 26, APRIL 1885 AND DIED 28, AUGUST 1913. HE WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO MARY YOUNG 17, AUGUST 1910 THE D/O JOHN B. AND DESMONID YOUNG. ONE SON WAS BORN 28, MAY 1911 NOW DECEASED. HE WAS FORMALLY SET APART TO THE OFFICE OF THE MINISTRY AT NEW HOLLAND, OHIO 6, SEPTEMBER 1907.

 

 

 

25, SEPTEMBER 1913

 

EMILY BELL BRUMLEY D/O WILLIAM AND OLIVE JENKINS WAS BORN 14, DECEMBER 1852 AND DIED 29, AUGUST 1913. MARRIED JOSEPH BRUMLEY 6, JANUARY 1870, EIGHT CHILDREN WITH SEVEN SURVIVING. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, SEVEN CHILDREN, FIFTEEN GRANDCHILDREN, THREE BROTHERS, TWO SISTERS AND ONE HALF SISTER

 

 

 

MRS. ELIZABETH TUCKER OF BENTONVILLE, DIED AT HER HOME THERE. THE WIDOW OF THE LATE LEE TUCKER. MRS. TUCKER WAS NEAR 80yrs. OF AGE, SHE HAD SPENT HER ENTIRE LIFE IN THE BENTONVILLE AREA, SURVIVED BY FOUR SONS AND TWO DAUGHTERS. BURIAL MANCHESTER.

 

2, OCTOBER 1913

 

OBITUARY

 

MARTIN VAN BUREN WILLIAMSON, THE S/O SAMUEL AND ELIZABETH KINGLET WILLIAMSON WAS BORN 6, MARCH 1842 NEAR TRANQUILITY OHIO. HIS FIRST MARRIAGE WAS TO EMMA CAMPBELL AND TO THEM WAS BORN THREE DAUGHTERS MYRTA, ELMA AND MAGGY ALL WITH THE MOTHER ARE DECEASED. 24,SEPTEMBER 1877 HE MARRIED HATTIE STORER. IN HIS FATHERS FAMILY HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE BROTHER A.P. WILLIAMSON OF PERTH KANSAS, TWO HALF " BROTHERS J.G. WILLIAMSON OF TRANQUILITY AND IRA WILLIAMSON OF CARLOCK ILLINOIS, ONE HALF" SISTER MRS. MELISSA SMITSON OF CARLOCK ILLINOIS. IN HIS OWN FAMILY HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, ONE DAUGHTER LULU, TWO GRANDDAUGHTERS ETHEL AND ADA JAMISON, ONE GRANDSON JOHN E. HAIGH. BURIAL BELFAST CEMETERY.

 

 

 

 

 

16, OCTOBER 1913

 

MONROE PATTON A FORMER NORTH LIBERTY RESIDENT, DIED IN COLUMBUS AT THE AGE OF 62 YEARS. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND FOUR DAUGHTERS. BURIAL NORTH LIBERTY.

 

 

 

23, OCTOBER 1913

 

ALLEN T. WRIGHT DIED AT HIS HOME IN NEWPORT KY., A NATIVE OF ADAMS COUNTY, HE LEFT HERE 20 YEARS AGO. THE DECEASED WAS 65 YEARS OF AGE . HE LEAVES TO MOURN, HIS WIFE AND ONE SON, FOUR BROTHERS AND FOUR SISTERS ALL OF ADAMS COUNTY OHIO. ONE BROTHER W.H. WRIGHT OF ADAMS COUNTY ATTENDED THE FUNERAL.

 

 

 

MRS. FRANK FOSTER DIED AT HER HOME IN CEDARVILLE OHIO, HER HUSBAND WAS A NATIVE OF ADAMS COUNTY AND IS A BROTHER OF J.C. FOSTER AND W.H. FOSTER OF WEST UNION. SHE LEAVES FOUR CHILDREN. FUNERAL LOUDEN OHIO.

 

 

 

ANDREW JACKSON MATHEWS, WAS BORN IN HARRISON COUNTY 25, DECEMBER 1836 AND DIED 28, OCTOBER 1913 AT HIS HOME IN MANCHESTER. MARRIED 23, NOVEMBER 1865 TO MISS NAOMI LITTLE, SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND TWO SONS AND THREE DAUGHTERS. HE WAS A VETERAN OF THE CIVIL WAR OF CO. I 29th INFANTRY. BURIAL I.O.O.F. CEMETERY.

 

 

 

GEORGE HILL DIED AT HIS HOME IN BLUE CREEK, JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP. HE LEAVES HIS WIFE, AGED MOTHER AND ONE SISTER. BURIAL COPAS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. MEAD SEAMAN DIED AT HER HOME ON THE SOUTH SIDE. BURIAL THE OLD CEMETERY IN WEST UNION.

 

 

 

30, OCTOBER 1913

 

BERT NEWLAND, DIED AT PORTSMOUTH, WAS A FORMER RESIDENT OF PEEBLES, AGE 41 YEARS. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND FIVE CHILDREN AND ONE SISTER MRS. JOEL THOMAS OF PEEBLES. BURIAL MT. JOY.

 

 

 

MRS. PHOEBA MILEY AGED 78 YEARS DIED AT HER HOME NEAR PEEBLES. SURVIVED BY A FAMILY OF GROWN CHILDREN. BURIAL LAWSHE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. I.D. YOUNG DIED AT HER HOME ON CHURN CREEK, THE D/O THE LATE PHILLIP KRATZER, SHE WAS 45 YEARS OLD. SURVIVED BY HUSBAND AND EIGHT CHILDREN. BURIAL DRAKE CEMETERY.

 

D.B. KIRKER DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS DAUGHTER MRS. JOHN BROWN IN LIBERTY TOWNSHIP. THE S/O THE LATE WILLIAM KIRKER AND THE GRANDSON OF GOVERNOR THOMAS KIRKER, HIS WIFE PRECEDED HIM IN DEATH ABOUT 15 YEARS AGO. SURVIVED BY THREE CHILDREN, ANNA PURDON OF BROWN COUNTY, MRS., JOHN BROWN AND GEORGE R. OF LIBERTY TWP., BURIAL DECATUR.

 

 

 

FRANK HEMPLEMAN FORMERLY OF ADAMS COUNTY AND A NEPHEW OF ATTORNEY F.D. BAYLESS OF ADAMS COUNTY, DIED AT HIS HOME IN WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE AT THE AGE OF 30 YEARS. S/O I.L. HEMPLEMAN OF MINERAL SPRINGS, SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND ONE INFANT CHILD. BURIAL WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE.

 

 

 

MRS.. F.M. STULTZ OF PEEBLES DIED AT THE HOME OF HER DAUGHTER, MRS.. MARY DOSLEY AT PEORIA ILLINOIS WHERE SHE HAD BEEN VISITING FOR ABOUT FOUR WEEKS, SHE WAS 58 YEARS OLD AND IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND AND SIX CHILDREN, SAMUEL, OVE, STARL AND CURLESS OF PEEBLES, OSCAR OF WEST UNION AND MRS.. MARY DOSLEY OF ILLINOIS. THE REMAINS WERE BROUGHT BACK TO PEEBLES FOR BURIAL.

 

 

 

6, NOVEMBER 1913

 

CLAY LEE COOPER AGED 55 YEARS A LIFE LONG RESIDENT OF TWIN CREEK IN JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP, DIED LAST WEEK AND WAS BURIED ON THE HIGHEST POINT OF LAND BETWEEN UPPER AND LOWER TWIN CREEK IN COMPLIANCE WITH A REQUEST MADE BY THE DECEASED TO HIS FAMILY, ALSO HE REQUESTED THAT HIS RIFLE AND OLD FASHIONED POWDER HORN AND POUCH BE PLACED IN HIS COFFIN. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND TWELVE CHILDREN (SIX BOYS AND SIX GIRLS ).

 

 

 

13, NOVEMBER 1913

 

HERBERT ELLIOTT OF BLUE CREEK DIED OF DIPHTHERIA; S/O CHARLES ELLIOTT AND THE GRANDSON OF THOMAS ELLIOTT. BURIAL SUNSHINE RIDGE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

FAY JONES SIX YEAR OLD DAUGHTER OF MR. & MRS.. HENDRIC JONES OF BLUE CREEK. BURIAL MOORES CHAPEL CEMETERY.

 

 

 

HARVEY ECKMAN DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS FATHER ROBERT ECKMAN OF NORTH LIBERTY, THE DECEASED WAS 23 YEARS OLD. MARRIED MISS NELLIE SUTTERFIELD THE D/O THE POSTMASTER AND MRS.. P.R. SUTTERFIELD OF NORTH LIBERTY, BESIDES THE WIFE HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS FATHER THREE BROTHERS AND FOUR SISTERS. BURIAL CHERRY FORK CEMETERY.

 

 

 

E.B. CROSS AGED 58 YEARS OF JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP, WAS FOUND DEAD IN HIS BED BY HIS WIFE. BESIDES THE WIFE HE IS SURVIVED BY A DAUGHTER AT HOME AND TWO SONS BEN OF PORTSMOUTH AND JOHN A MUSICIAN IN THE U.S. NAVY. BURIAL MOORES CHAPEL CEMETERY

 

 

 

MICHAEL BRAND WHO CAME TO ADAMS COUNTY FROM CLERMONT COUNTY THIRTY YEARS AGO, DIED AT HIS HOME NEAR WAMSLEYVILLE IN JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP AT THE AGE OF 84 YEARS. SURVIVED BY FOUR SONS AND TWO DAUGHTERS { ONE SON E.T. BRAND AND ONE DAUGHTER MISS CELIA BRAND OF WARREN COUNTY SURVIVE }. BURIAL WAMSLEYVILLE, BESIDE HIS WIFE.

 

 

 

DR. NELSON B. LAFFERTY DIED AT HIS HOME IN HILLSBORO. HE WAS BORN 1, JANUARY 1840 IN WEST UNION, HE LIVED THERE UNTIL THE CIVIL WAR BROKE OUT, HE THEN ENLISTED WITH CO. D 24th O.V.I., SOON TO BE DISCHARGED. MARRIED 4, FEBRUARY 1880 TO MISS KATE HOLMES OF HILLSBORO. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND TWO DAUGHTERS AND ONE SON, A BROTHER AND A SISTER OF ADAMS COUNTY, JOSEPH, MISS JULIA, ANOTHER SISTER MRS.. SMITH GRIMES OF PORTSMOUTH AND ANOTHER BROTHER C.Q. LAFFERTY OF PITTSBURGH. BURIAL QUAKER HILL.

 

 

 

REVEREND DAVID A. MOORISON, DIED AT HIS HOME NEAR PEEBLES, AGED 59 YEARS. HE WAS MARRIED TO MISS SALLIE BILLINGS SOME THIRTY YEARS AGO. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND THREE DAUGHTERS. FUNERAL PEEBLES OHIO.

 

 

 

MRS.. REBECCA PRATHER THE WIFE OF CAPTAIN W.W. PRATHER DIED AT HER HOME AT 4213 TURRILL STREET CINCINNATI OHIO. A FORMER RESIDENT OF MANCHESTER SOME 15 YEARS AGO. D/O THE LATE JOSEPH SHRIVER AND WAS 63 YEARS OLD. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, FIVE DAUGHTERS AND TWO SONS, MRS.. ED.T. LAWILL OF MANCHESTER BEING ONE OF THE DAUGHTERS. BURIAL 13, NOV. 1913 IN MANCHESTER.

 

CLARENCE BENNINGTON S/O JAMES M. AND MARY A. BENNINGTON WAS BORN 8, MARCH 1888, DIED 1, NOVEMBER 1913. BURIAL WHITE OAK.

 

 

 

20, NOVEMBER 1913

 

MRS.. AMANDA J. GROOMS WIFE OF UNCLE BILLIE GROOMS OF WEST UNION DIED AT HER HOME AT THE AGE OF 83 YEARS, LIVED IN TIFFIN TWP. ALL OF HER LIFE. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND AND FOURTEEN CHILDREN, THIRTY " TWO GRANDCHILDREN AND THIRTEEN GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. BURIAL ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY.

 

MRS.. NANCY BURNS, WIDOW OF JOHN BURNS FORMERLY OF FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP DIED AT THE HOME OF HER DAUGHTER MRS.. LEWIS CALDWELL OF BROWN COUNTY INDIANA. BURIAL SINKING SPRINGS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

BLANCHE DOUGLAS THE FOURTEEN YEAR OLD DAUGHTER OF MR. & MRS.. CAREY DOUGLAS AND THE GRANDDAUGHTER OF MR. & MRS.. SOL CONOWAY OF FRANKLIN TWP. , DIED AT THE D.D. HOSPITAL IN COLUMBUS, OF DIABETES. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

MRS.. ELLEN MORRIS DIED AT THE INFIRMARY, 72 YEARS OLD. BURIAL WEST UNION CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS.. PETER HAMILTON OF HIGH HILL BACK OF ROME, DIED AT THE AGE OF 35 YEARS. THREE DAYS LATER THERE NEWBORN BABY DIED. SEVERAL OTHER SMALL CHILDREN ARE IN THE FAMILY.

 

 

 

FIFTEEN MONTH OLD CHILD OF MR. & MRS.. LEE COOPER OF BLUE CREEK DIED WITH PNEUMONIA.

 

 

 

 

 

27, NOVEMBER 1913

 

MISS MIMA COOPER D/O MR. & MRS.. JOHN COOPER OF MONROE TOWNSHIP PASSED AWAY. BURIAL MANCHESTER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

NATHAN PENCE OF BENTONVILLE DIED AT HIS HOME. 63 YEARS OF AGE. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND FOUR CHILDREN, MRS.. DELMER JACKSON OF WEST UNION, MRS.. FRANK PIATT OF CARRS KY., CARL OF GILMAN ILLINOIS AND VIRGIL OF BENTONVILLE, SIX BROTHERS AND ONE SISTER GEORGE, HENRY, PETER, JERRY, BENJAMIN, LEWIS AND ELIZA TACKET. BURIAL KIRKER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS.. HENRY SMALLEY AGE 20 YEARS DIED AT THE HOME OF HER BROTHER ASA PALMER AT NEWTOWN, NEAR CINCINNATI. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE.

 

 

 

 

 

MISS JANE LITTLE A MAIDEN LADY AGED 60 YEARS, DIED AT HER HOME IN MANCHESTER, THE D/O THE LATE JAMES LITTLE A PIONEER RESIDENT OF ADAMS COUNTY { MANCHESTER}.

 

 

 

HENRY KRESS, DIED AT HIS HOME IN MANCHESTER AT THE AGE OF 82 YEARS, A NATIVE OF BAVARIA, HE CAME HERE WHEN A YOUNG BOY. CIVIL WAR VETERAN OF CO. G 70th REGIMENT. MARRIED MISS JANE CALBERT OF MANCHESTER AND TO THEM WAS BORN SIXTEEN CHILDREN. SURVIVED BY THE WIFE AND TEN OF THE CHILDREN. BURIAL MANCHESTER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

ALBERT KENDALL OF HARPERS FERRY DIED OF CANCER AT THE AGE OF 60 YEARS. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND THREE CHILDREN EDWARD, CURTIS AND MRS.. DORA D€Š_€VORE. BURIAL WINCHESTER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

4, DECEMBER 1913

 

DORA MAE CARAWAY BORN 17, MAY 1865 DIED 23, JULY 1913.

 

 

 

LULU BLANCHE DOUGLASS D/O CAREY AND IONA DOUGLASS WAS BORN 13, OCTOBER 1899 AND DIED 18, NOVEMBER 1913.

 

 

 

 

 

STEPHEN L. LAWILL A FORMER MANCHESTER MAN DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS DAUGHTER MRS.. D.C. MULLEN OF CINCINNATI, WITH WHOM HE AND HIS WIFE HAD MADE THEIR HOME WITH FOR SEVERAL YEARS. AGED 85 YEARS, BORN NEAR ELLSBERRY IN BROWN COUNTY, VETERAN OF THE CIVIL WAR OF CO. H 182nd REGIMENT O.V.I., BURIAL MANCHESTER/

 

 

 

CRAYTON DUNBAR A FORMER FRANKLIN TWP. RESIDENT DIED AT YUMA ARIZONA, AGED 37 YEARS OLD, THE S/O THE LATE CARY DUNBAR AND A GRANDSON OF THE LATE W.W. DUNBAR OF LOCUST GROVE. HE LEFT ADAMS COUNTY SIXTEEN YEARS AGO HOBOING HIS WAY TO ARIZONA. NEVER MARRIED. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY IN THE FAMILY PLOT.

 

 

 

OMAR WILSON A FORMER ABERDEEN BOY, DIED IN WASHINGTON D.C., BROTHER OF M.O. WILSON OF VANCEBURG. SURVIVED BY THREE CHILDREN.

 

 

 

MRS.. MARY MURPHY WIDOW OF THE LATE DARIUS MURPHY DIED AT THE HOME OF HER DAUGHTER MRS.. REBECCA WALKER AT DUNLAP. AGE 71 YEARS OLD. SURVIVED BY A FAMILY OF GROWN CHILDREN. BURIAL JAYBIRD CEMETERY.

 

 

 

BARBARA KATES A FORMER ADAMS COUNTY RESIDENT, 67 YEARS OLD DIED AT HER HOME IN RAREDEN. BORN 22,MAY 1846 IN ADAMS COUNTY THE D/O RICHARD AND CHRISTINA THATCHER , BEING ONE OF TEN CHILDREN SAMUEL THATCHER OF PORTSMOUTH, WILLIAM THATCHER WAGGONERS RIFFLE ARE THE SURVIVING BROTHERS. 3, NOVEMBER SHE MARRIED J.N. KATES, TO THEM WERE BORN TWELVE CHILDREN, SIX SURVIVE, MRS.. MINNIE KEAVEY OF RAREDEN, MRS.. T.C. MCCANN OF CINCINNATI, MRS.. HOADLY THOMAS OF DAYTON, CLYDE C. OF DAYTON, JAMES W. AND WILEY OF RAREDEN. BURIAL NEWMAN CEMETERY.

 

 

 

FRED WISECUP FORMERLY OF UNITY, DIED AT OXFORD AT THE AGE OF 58 YEARS. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND SEVEN CHILDREN AND A BROTHER - IN - LAW THEODORE LEACH.

 

 

 

RUTH GARRETT, EIGHT YEAR OLD D/O MR. & MRS.. C.O. GARRETT DIED AT THE HOME OF HER GRANDFATHER CALEB TEAGAREDEN INN JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP OF TYPHOID FEVER. BURIAL WAMSLEY.

 

 

 

J.D. FORSYTHE OF GREEN TOWNSHIP DIED AT HIS HOME NEAR ROME. 69 YEARS OLD. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND SEVEN BOYS AND TWO DAUGHTERS. BURIAL SANDY SPRINGS.

 

 

 

JOHN CLINTON COLVIN DIED AT HIS HOME ON TWIN CREEK AT THE AGE OF 50 YEARS. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS WIFE AND TWO CHILDREN. SURVIVED BY FOUR SONS AND ONE DAUGHTER.

 

 

 

MRS.. MARIE BURBAGE DIED AT HER HOME IN WINCHESTER AT THE AGE OF 82 YEARS. NO IMMEDIATE RELATIVES SURVIVING.

 

 

 

MAURICE EVANS, AGE 33 YEARS DIED AT HIS HOME ON HOOP RIDGE. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND THREE CHILDREN. BURIAL SCRUB RIDGE.

 

 

 

 

 

11, DECEMBER 1913

 

JOHN B. MITCHELL DIED AT LEESBURG. HE HAD SPENT NEARLY ALL HIS LIFE IN PEEBLES, 7, SEPTEMBER 1908 HE HAD MOVED TO LEESBURG. HE WAS 70 YEARS OLD AND SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND THREE CHILDREN, REVEREND W.C. MITCHELL OF CINCINNATI, I.V. MITCHELL OF LEESBURG AND MRS.. LIDA J. PETERSON OF PEEBLES. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE.

 

CHARLES D. YOUNG, THE YOUNGEST S/O THE LATE WILLIAM AND SARAH YOUNG WAS BORN AT YOUNGSVILLE OHIO 10, JULY 1867. MARRIED IN 1890 TO MISS MARY E. ALLISON OF SINKING SPRINGS OHIO AND TO THEM WAS BORN ONE SON CORWIN C. OF DETROIT MICHIGAN. HE DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS SISTER MRS.. J.C. BIDDLE OF SEAMAN 3, DECEMBER 1913. BURIAL MT. LEIGH CEMETERY.

 

MARION M. YOUNG, THE ELDEST S/O WILLIAM AND SARAH YOUNG, WAS BORN AT YOUNGSVILLE OHIO 24, JUNE 1850. FOR MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS HE HAD LIVED IN COLORADO. DIED AT HIS SISTERS HOME IN YOUNGSVILLE OHIO. OF THE TWO BROTHERS LISTED ABOVE THEY LEAVE TO MOURN, ONE BROTHER JOHN OF SEAMAN AND FOUR SISTERS.

 

 

 

18, DECEMBER 1913

 

SAMUEL WALKER 82 YEARS OLD DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS SON " IN " LAW REVEREND RABB AT TRANQUILITY. A NATIVE OF LOUISVILLE KY., BURIAL LOUISVILLE KY.

 

 

 

MISS OVA STEWART D/O MR. & MRS.. LOU STEWART, WHO WERE FORMERLY OF STEAM FURNACE, DIED AT HOME NEAR SINKING SPRINGS AT THE AGE OF 24 YEARS.

 

 

 

ELIZABETH MARY SPENCER MCCALL, DIED 5, DECEMBER 1913, WAS BORN IN ROME ADAMS COUNTY OHIO 7, JANUARY 1865, WITH HER PARENTS MOVED TO SCIOTO COUNTY WHEN SHE WAS A SMALL CHILD. HER PARENTS JOSEPH SPENCER DIED TEN YEARS AGO AND HER MOTHER DIED TWENTY " FIVE YEARS AGO IN BUENA VISTA. THERE WAS SEVEN DAUGHTERS AND THREE SONS IN THIS FAMILY, TWO BROTHERS AND TWO SISTERS ARE DECEASED, THOSE SURVIVING ARE EFFIE METZGER OF THIRD STREET, LAURA WAMSLEY OF ROME, GILBERT OF NEW BOSTON, MYRTLE MOORE OF WEST SIDE AND SALLIE HARVEY OF 7th STREET. MARRIED 28, JUNE 1883 TO JOSEPH MCCALL, NINE CHILDREN WERE BORN TO THEM, THOSE SURVIVING ARE DAVID OF MICHIGAN, SOPHIA MARTIN, HELEN MALONE, HARRY, LAURA, ROBERT AND BESSIE.

 

 

 

MINOR DUNLAP AGE SIXTY YEARS, DIED AT HIS HOME IN HILLSBORO. HE WAS BORN AND REARED IN FRANKLIN TWP., A BROTHER OF MARION DUNLAP. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE CE,ETERY.

 

 

 

 

 

ROUELLA ROMAINE WILLIAMS FIVE MONTH OLD DAUGHTER OF MR. & MRS.. NATION WILLIAMS OF PEEBLES PASSED AWAY. BURIAL LOCUST GROVE.

 

 

 

T.W. BROOMHALL OF COLUMBUS DIED AT THE AGE OF 60 YEARS. SURVIVED BY WIFE AND FAMILY OF GROWN CHILDREN AND A BROTHER G.W. BROOMHALL OF PEEBLES.

 

 

 

MRS.. ELANOR LEACH DIED AT HER HOME ON MULBERRY STREET, AT THE AGE OF 79 YEARS. D/O SAMUEL AND AGNES CHRISTIA WILSON AND WAS BORN NEAR MEADVILLE PENNSYLVANIA. IN HER GIRLHOOD DAYS SHE ACCOMPANIED HER PARENTS ON TWO RETURN TRIPS ACROSS THE ATLANTIC OCEAN TO IRELAND, THEIR NATIVE LAND. MARRIED IN 1855 TO ROBERT A. LEACH NOW DECEASED, TO THEM WERE BORN FIVE CHILDREN, TWO SURVIVING, WILLIAM C. OF CINCINNATI AND MRS.. J.S. MATHEWS OF WEST UNION. BURIAL TROTTER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS.. NANCY ELLIOTT BLACK, WIFE OF P.K. BLACK OF BENTONVILLE DIED SUNDAY AT THE AGE OF 60 YEARS, BORN ON ISLAND CREEK. SURVIVED BY A NEPHEW REVEREND JOSEPH BLACK OF MACON. BURIAL ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY IN MANCHESTER.

 

 

 

TWO MONTH OLD CHILD OF MR. & MRS.. CHARLES WILLIAMSON, FORMER RESIDENTS OF HARSHAVILLE, DIED AT THEIR HOME IN HILLSBORO. BURIAL MT. LEIGH CEMETERY.

 

 

 

VERNON WALKER DIED AT FLAT RUN. THE FIFTEEN YEAR OLD S/O MR. & MRS.. DAVID WALKER. BURIAL TRANQUILITY CEMETERY. 



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19, APRIL 1883

 

PROBATE NEWS

 

DAVID P. KENNEDY'S ESTATE - THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN APPOINTED AND QUALIFIED AS ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF DAVID P. KENNEDY, LATE OF ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO DECEASED

 

01, MARCH 1883 JOHN KENNEDY.

 

 

 

SARAH M. ELLISON'S ESTATE THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN APPOINTED AND QUALIFIED AS EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF SARAH M. ELLISON, LATE OF ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO DECEASED.

 

15, MARCH 1883 T.W. ELLISON.

 

 

 

 

 

WILLIAM PLUMMER'S ESTATE - THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN APPOINTED AND QUALIFIED AS ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM PLUMMER, LATE OF ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO DECEASED.

 

15, MARCH 1883 J.M. PLUMMER.

 

 

 

 

 

JAMES. S. LEWIS ESTATE - THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN APPOINTED AND QUALIFIED AS ADMINISTRATOR de bonis non OF THE ESTATE OF JAMES H. LEWIS, LATE OF ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO DECEASED.

 

15, MARCH 1883 LUTHER THOMPSON.

 

 

 

 

 

OBITUARY

 

EDWARD PATTON EVANS, BORN 31, MAY 1816 NEAR RUSSELLVILLE ( BROWN COUNTY,OHIO ). HE WAS THE OLDEST SON OF TEN CHILDREN BORN TO WILLIAM AND MARY PATTON EVANS. HIS FATHER WAS OF WELSH DECENT AND HIS MOTHER WAS OF SCOTCH DECENT, A NATIVE OF ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA; THE FIRST EIGHTEEN YEARS OF HIS LIFE WAS SPENT WORKING ON A FARM AT $8.00 A MONTH DURING THE SUMMER AND ATTENDING COUNTRY SCHOOL IN THE WINTER, AT THE AGE OF TWENTY HE WENT TO RIPLEY TO STUDY UNDER A PRIVATE TUTOR, AFTER FOUR MONTHS HE WENT TO DECATUR. TAUGHT SCHOOL AT INTERVALS IN BROWN COUNTY. IN 1844 HE WAS ADMITTED TO THE BAR, PRACTICING IN SARDINIA ON THE LINE OF HIGHLAND COUNTY AND BROWN COUNTY. HE MOVED TO WEST UNION, SEAT OF JUSTICE, WHERE HE RESIDED UNTIL HIS DEATH. BURIED BY THE _______MASOSN'S.

 

 

 

MRS. BARBARA MINICH, AGE 90. BURIAL, POSSIBLY WEST UNION CEMETERY, PAPER WAS TORN.

 

 

 

MRS. MARY STROMAN, WIFE OF HENRY STROMAN OF WEST UNION, DIED ON TUESDAY NIGHT AT THE AGE OF 79 YEARS.

 

 

 

MISS ANNA BARKER, SISTER OF DR. BARKER OF JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP, DIED ON THE 6th INSTANT.

 

 

 

19, APRIL 1883

 

SHERIFF'S SALE GOODS, CHATTELS

 

IN FAVOR OF RUSSELL AND COMPANY AND AGAINST WILLIAM POTTS, SARAH E. POTTS AND OTHERS, MONDAY 30, APRIL 1883.

 

AT THE FARM OF J.W. EYLAR IN WEST UNION, ONE THRESHER, ONE BROWN MARE. TAKEN ON SAID EXECUTION ______ THE PROPERTY OF WILLIAM AND SARAH POTTS. 18, APRIL 1883.

 

 

 

 

 

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11, DECEMBER 1884

 

SHERIFF'S SALE

 

H.F. McGOVNEY PLAINTIFF AGAINST THOMAS H. HIATT et al DEFENDANTS.

 

SATURDAY 3, JANUARY 1885

 

REAL ESTATE IN JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO; BEING PART OF COLLEGE LOT # 35.

 

 

 

 

 

PROBATE NOTICES

 

A.J. EBRITE'S ESTATE - THE ACCOUNT AND VOUCHERS OF SARAH ANN EBRITE AS EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF A.J. EBRITE. SATURDAY 27, DECEMBER 1884.

 

SAMUEL MOORE'S ESTATE - THE ACCOUNT AND VOUCHERS OF W.L. MOORE AS EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF SAMUEL MOORE. 3, JANUARY 1885.

 

JOSEPH BRITTINGHAM'S ESTATE - THE ACCOUNT AND VOUCHERS OF JOHN TAYLOR AS EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF JOSEPH BRITTINGHAM. 3, JANUARY 1885.

 

U.E. MATHENEY'S GUARDIANSHIP - THE ACCOUNT AND VOUCHERS OF GEORGE A. THOMAS AS GUARDIAN OF THE ESTATE OF ULYSSES E. MATHENEY MINOR, SATURDAY 3, JANUARY 1884 [?] POSSIBLY MEANT 1885.

 

SEBASTIAN DEMPLE PLAINTIFF AGAINST S.B. CURRY et al, DEFENDANTS. REAL ESTATE SITUATED IN ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO, BEING PART OF O.A. AND M. COLLEGE SURVEY #26.

 

ED KIRKER, DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS PARENTS IN LIBERTY TOWNSHIP.

 

 

 

WAMSLEYVILLE NEWS

 

CALVIN THOMPSON MARRIED MISS LINA SCOTT A FEW DAYS AGO.

 

JOHN PELTS AND MISS NANCY JONES MARRIED ON LAST THURSDAY.

 

 

 

NORTH LIBERTY NEWS

 

WILL THOMPSON OF INDIANA IS VISITING HIS FATHER ROBERT T. THOMPSON.

 

FRANK ALLISON HAILS FROM NEBRASKA, MOVED HERE.

 

 

 

CEDAR MILLS ITEMS

 

LITTLE DAUGHTER OF MR. AND MRS. J.P. CUNNINGHAM, DIED LAST WEEK, BURIED IN THE FISHER CEMETERY.

 

O.T. HAMMOND DIED LAST FRIDAY. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE. BURIAL - BATTY CEMETERY.

 

 

 

 

 

27, NOVEMBER 1884

 

JOHN PUNTENNEY PLAINTIFF - VS - JOSEPH McGOVENEY DEFENDANT, BEFORE HENRY SCOTT J.O.T.P., FOR TIFFIN TOWNSHIP. ON THE FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER 1884 SAID JUSTICE ISSUED AN ORDER OF ATTACHMENT IN THE ABOVE ACTION FOR $115.05 DEBT AND $25.00 PROBABLE COSTS OF SUIT.

 

6, NOVEMBER 1884 JOHN PUTENNEY

 

 

 

 

 

27, NOVEMBER 1884

 

WILLIAM HOOKS ESTATE, THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN APPOINTED AND QUALIFIED AS ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM HOOK, LATE OF ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO. 20, NOVEMBER 1884 A.J. SININGER

 

 

 

M.E. NOLAND'S GUARDIANSHIP - THE ACCOUNT AND VOUCHERS OF RUTH E. NOLAND AS GUARDIAN OF THE ESTATE OF MARY E. NOLAND. 20, NOVEMBER 1884.

 

 

 

O.C. STREETER'S ESTATE - THE ACCOUNT AND VOUCHERS OF GEORGE FULTON AS ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF O.C. STREETER DECEASED. SATURDAY 20, DECEMBER 1884

 

 

 

 

 

11, DECEMBER 1884

 

JOHN SAWYER, THE SALOON KEEPER IN MANCHESTER, HAD JEFF TOLLE AND HIS SON ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT, WHICH WAS COMMITTED SOMETIME AGO. THE SON WAS BOUND OVER FOR $100.00, THE FATHER WAS SICK, HIS TRIAL WILL BE LATER ON.

 

 

 

SHERIFFS SALE

 

SEBASTIAN DEMPLE PLAINTIFF AGAINST S.B. CURRY et al, DEFENDANTS. REAL ESTATE SITUATED IN ADAMS COUNTY, BEING PART OF O.A. AND M. COLLEGE SURVEY NO. 26.

 

 

 

ED KIRKER DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS PARENTS IN LIBERTY TOWNSHIP.

 

 

 

WAMSLEYVILLE NEWS

 

CALVIN THOMPSON MARRIED MISS LINA SCOTT A FEW DAYS AGO.

 

JOHN PELTS MARRIED MISS NANCY JONES LAST THURSDAY.

 

 

 

NORTH LIBERTY

 

WILL THOMPSON OF INDIANA IS VISITING HIS FATHER ROBERT T. THOMPSON.

 

FRANK ALLISON HAILS FROM NEBRASKA, HAS MOVED HERE.

 

 

 

CEDAR MILLS ITEMS

 

LITTLE DAUGHTER OF MR. & MRS. J.P. CUNNINGHAM DIED LAST WEEK. BURIAL - FISHER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

O.T. HAMMOND, DIED LAST FRIDAY. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE. BURIAL - BATTY CEMETERY.

 

 

 

27, NOVEMBER 1884

 

ROME ITEMS

 

EDWARD DUGAN OF TEXAS IS VISITING HIS FATHER OF HERE.

 

ANNA SLAGLE OF NEAR HERE IS CLOSE TO DEATH.

 

 

 

 

 

27, NOVEMBER 1884

 

WAMSLEYVILLE ITEMS

 

MRS. JANE BAIRD, ONE OF THE PIONEERS OF NEBRASKA IS VISITING RELATIVES HERE, SHE LEFT HERE THIRTY - FIVE YEARS AGO AND HAS NOT BEEN BACK TILL NOW.

 

MRS. C.P. LISTON, FELL FROM A PLATFORM, A DISTANCE OF 12 FEET, SHE IS NOT EXPECTED TO RECOVER.

 

MR. H. JONES MARRIED MISS JULIA WAMSLEY (AGE 16).

 

 

 

 

 

NORTH LIBERTY ITEMS

 

LITTLE CHILD OF STEWART GLASGOW DIED LAST SATURDAY OF PNEUMONIA.

 

 

 

 

 

WHEAT RIDGE ITEMS

 

A BABY BOY WAS BORN TO BILLY JACKSON AND WIFE.

 

WILLIAM NORRIS, OF RIPLEY DIED AT HIS HOME.

 

ROBERT STIVERS, SON OF A.J. STIVERS IS TO MARRY MISS BELL TYLER THE DAUGHTER OF HI TYLER 27, NOVEMBER 1884.

 

JACK MAYS OF JEFFERSON WAS NATURALIZED AND CAST HIS VOTE FOR CLEVELAND.

 

J. SCOTTS ESTATE " THE ACCOUNT AND VOUCHERS OF HENRY SCOTT AND JAMES SCOTT AS ADMINISTRATORS OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN SCOTT, DECEASED. 1, NOVEMBER 1884.

 

 

 

MARRIAGES

 

AT THE HOME OF THE BRIDES PARENTS; 15, NOVEMBER 1884 BY REVEREND WILLIAM HILL - MR. LANDON KNOX OF WEST UNION AND MISS SAMANTHA ABBOTT OF JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP.

 

AT THE HOME OF THE BRIDES PARENTS - 22, NOVEMBER 1884 - MR. JOHN P. GROOMS AND MISS LUCINDA F. MCKINZIE, BY S.B. GROOMS ESQ. ALL OF ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO.

 

MRS. HELEN BAYLESS, DIED IN WEST UNION 9, SEPTEMBER 1884 AND WAS BORN AT YOUNSVILLE (ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO) 28, JANUARY 1844, THE SECOND DAUGHTER OF MR. AND MRS. JAMES F. YOUNG, FOR OVER FORTY YEARS RESIDED IN ADAMS COUNTY. MARRIED IN 1869 TO MR. FRANK BAYLESS OF ADAMS COUNTY, FIVE CHILDREN, THREE SURVIVE.

 

SUSAN E. SPEER WAS BORN 10, APRIL 1825 NEAR PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, MARRIED 7, SEPTEMBER 1848 TO N.M. HOWE WITH WHOM THREE SONS AND ONE DAUGHTER SURVIVES. BURIAL - MOORES CHAPLE CEMETERY 15, OCTOBER 1884.

 

JESSE D. FOOR WAS BORN 27, AUGUST 1858 AND DIED 17, OCTOBER 1884 AT THE HOME OF HIS MOTHER IN JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP, ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO.

 

 

 

27, NOVEMBER 1884

 

V.D. LEWIS ESTATE - THE ACCOUNT AND VOUCHERS OF R.W. MCNEAL AS ASSIGNEE OF THE ESTATE OF V.D. LEWIS, FILED IN ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO. 27, SEPTEMBER 1884.

 

MICHAEL HASSON'S ESTATE - THE ACCOUNT AND VOUCHERS OF S.T. BALDRIDGE AS ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF MICHAEL HASSON, DECEASED. 27, SEPTEMBER 1884.

 

THE MOWRER'S GUARDIANSHIP " THE ACCOUNT AND VOUCHERS OF C.W. SATTERFIELD AS GUARDIAN OF THE ESTATE OF MARY E., OLIVER L., AND MINNIE MOWRER MINORS. SATURDAY 27, SEPTEMBER 1884.

 

NEHEMIAH SAMS ESTATE " THE ACCOUNT AND VOUCHERS OF WILLIAM LONG AS ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF NEHEMIAH SAMS, DECEASED. 27, SEPTEMBER 1884.

 

WILLIAM MCFARLANDS ESTATE" THE ACCOUNT AND VOUCHERS OF SAVID POTTS AS ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM MCFARLAND, FOR PARTIAL SETTLEMENT. SATURDAY 25, OCTOBER 1884

 

WILLIAM A. DUNN'S GUARDIANSHIP - THE ACCOUNT AND VOUCHERS OF J.H.B. CRISWELL GUARDIAN OF THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM A. DUNN. SATURDAY 18, OCTOBER 1884

 

 

 

 

 

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24, FEBRUARY 1898

 

( THE BOTTOM HALF OF THIS PAPER WAS MISSING ).

 

THE ELECTION CONTEST CASE OF DURSLER - VS - NEWMAN WILL COME UP FOR HEARING NEXT TUESDAY. ABOUT FIFTY WITNESS HAVE BEEN SUBPOENAED

 

 

 

WILLIAM CRUTE, A BLACKSMITH AT YOUNGSVILLE SUDDENLY DISAPPEARED A MONTH AGO, LAST WEEK HIS BROTHER RECEIVED A TELEGRAM FROM HIM IN SEATTLE, WASHINGTON STATING HE WAS GOING TO KLONDIKE.

 

 

 

ZACHARIAH BLACK, DIED AT HIS HOME IN MONROE TOWNSHIP AT THE AGE OF 80 YEARS, A STONE MASON. BURIAL - MANCHESTER CEMETERY. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND EIGHT CHILDREN.

 

 

 

SHERIFF'S SALE - REAL ESTATE

 

THE S.O.L. AND TRUST COMPANY PLAINTIFF " VS " DANIEL COLLIER et al DEFENDANTS. SALE SATURDAY 19, MARCH 1898. REAL ESTATE SITUATED IN OLIVER TOWNSHIP, LOT # 18 IN DUNKINSVILLE AND 2 TRACKS. J.W. McKEE SHERIFF.

 

 

 

AMZI S. SMITH OF ADAMS COUNTY TO MISS EFFIE WAGNER OF MAYSVILLE KENTUCKY " MARRIED LAST THURSDAY.

 

OHMER CRAWFORD TO MISS LOTTA TRABER BOTH OF PEEBLES, MARRIED 24, FEBRUARY 1898.

 

 

 

 

 

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THE PEOPLES DEFENDER

 

4, JANUARY 1912

 

JAMES BRYANT AGED 18 YRS., WHO HAS BEEN BLIND SINCE BIRTH, DIED TUESDAY AFTERNOON, AT THE HOME OF HIS PARENTS, MR. AND MRS. JOHN BRYANT OF NEAR PEEBLES. CAUSE OF DEATH WAS FROM TUBERCULOSIS. FUNERAL SERVICES WERE CONDUCTED WEDNESDAY BY REVEREND JOSEPH COUSER. BURIAL WAS AT JACKTOWN.

 

 

 

11, JANUARY 1912

 

MRS. EMILY REDMON, WHO LACKED BUT A FEW DAYS OF REACHING THE

 

CENTURY MARK, DIED TUESDAY ON ROCKY FORK, IN THE HOME OF SAMUEL DOUGLAS, WHOSE FIRST WIFE WAS THE GRANDDAUGHTER OF THE DECEASED. SHE WAS 95 YEARS OF AGE, A NATIVE OF LEWIS COUNTY, KENTUCKY AND WIDOW OF THE LATE DANIEL REDMON ( WHO WAS A VETERAN OF THE MEXICAN WAR). SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS " SAMUEL AND ZACHARIAH OF OTWAY AND JOHN OF MANCHESTER. BURIAL WAS IN THE BEREA CHAPEL CEMETERY ON ROCKY FORK.

 

 

 

THE 5 YEAR OLD SON ( THEIR ONLY SON ), OF MR. AND MRS. HOMER SWEARINGEN OF WHEAT RIDGE, DIED WITH DIPHTHERIA.

 

 

 

MRS. IRENE ABBOTT, WIDOW OF THE LATE CYRUS ABBOTT OF BLUE CREEK, DIED AT HER HOME IN OTWAY. PNEUMONIA WAS THE CAUSE OF DEATH. SHE IS 59 YEARS OF AGE AND IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON , ED ABBOTT OF NEAR PEEBLES AND A DAUGHTER MISS INEZ AT HOME. BURIAL WAS IN THE MORRISON CEMETERY IN JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP.

 

 

 

JABEZ OSMAN, A PIONEER RESIDENT OF MONROE TWP., HAS DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS DAUGHTER, MRS. NAAMAN ARMSTRONG OF GIFT RIDGE. HE WAS 94 YEARS OF AGE, HIS WIFE PASSED AWAY A NUMBER OF YEARS AGO. HE WAS THE FATHER OF 11 CHILDREN, 7 OF WHOM SURVIVE - MRS. DANIEL BAYLESS OF WEST UNION, MRS. MILTON CUMMINGS AND MRS. NAAMAN ARMSTRONG OF MONROE TWP., MRS. JOSEPH MITCHELL OF DAYTON, MRS. VIOLA MITCHELL OF CINCINNATI, HAMER AND DYRE OF MONROE TWP., ALSO LEFT TO MOURN ARE 50 grandchildren,113 great grandchildren and several of the 5th generation...THE FUNERAL WAS HELD AT QUINNS CHAPEL, BY; REVEREND ZERIER OF MANCHESTER. BURIAL WAS IN THE CHAPEL CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JOHN L. MCNEIL, WELL KNOWN DRAYMAN OF PEEBLES HAS DIED. HE WAS 35 YEARS OF AGE AND IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND 2 SONS ( AGE 8 YEARS AND 11 MONTHS ), HIS FATHER ROBERT MCNEIL AND 3 SISTERS - MRS. HARVEY PETERSON OF PEEBLES, MRS. SYLVIA STORER OF MUNCIE, KANSAS AND MRS. LOUISE FLOREA OF LAWSHE AND ONE BROTHER CHARLES MCNEIL OF PEEBLES. FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD AT THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH BY REVEREND JOSEPH SHEPHERD, BURIAL WAS IN THE LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

11, JANUARY 1912

 

JOHN HENRY FLAUGHER, DIED OF PNEUMONIA. HE WAS BORN ON EAGLE CREEK IN BROWN COUNTY, BUT A RESIDENT OF MANCHESTER FOR SEVERAL YEARS. HE WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO MISS MARTHA WALDRON, IF HE HAD LIVED UNTIL FEBRUARY 29th THEY WOULD HAVE BEEN MARRIED 40 YEARS. TO THEM WAS BORN 6 CHILDREN, 3 BOYS AND 3 GIRLS; 2 GIRLS AND 1 BOY PRECEDED HIM IN DEATH. THOSE WHO SURVIVE ARE , HIS WIFE AND 2 SONS " RICHARD CLIFTON AND DAVID HENRY OF HUNTINGTON, W.VA., AND ONE DAUGHTER MRS. DAISY B. EDWARDS OF CINCINNATI, AND ONE GRANDCHILD. THE FUNERAL WAS PREACHED BY REVEREND ZERIER OF THE M.E. CHURCH; BURIAL WAS IN THE ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY AT THIS PLACE.

 

 

 

18, JANUARY 1912

 

THE 8 WEEK OLD CHILD OF MR. AND MRS. C.C. GREENLEE, DIED TUESDAY AND WAS BURIED WEDNESDAY. THE INFANT HAD BEEN IN ILL HEALTH SENICE IT'S BIRTH.

 

 

 

GRACIE, THE 5 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER OF ROSA B. TAYLOR RESIDING IN THE EAST END DIED WITH DIPHTHERIA.

 

 

 

ELI KNECHTLY, AGE 57 OF SEAMAN, DIED IN HIS HOME OF HEART TROUBLE. HE WAS A NATIVE OF BROWN COUNTY AND IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE ( WHO'S MAIDEN NAME IS MENTIONED AS LOVETT) AND 4 BOYS - MARK, OWEN, OTIS AND MARION AND ONE DAUGHTER MISS MAY. THE FUNERAL WAS HELD AT TRANQUILITY U.P. CHURCH, BY REVEREND J.C. FOSTER. BURIAL WAS IN THE CHURCH CEMETERY.

 

 

 

25, JANUARY 1912

 

JAMES PALMER, WHO LEFT DUNBARTON FOUR WEEK AGO TO MAKE HIS HOME IN THE " DAYTON SOLDIERS HOME ", HAS DIED; HE WAS 82 YEARS OLD, SERVED IN CO. G.,182nd REGIMENT. HIS REMAINS WERE RETURNED TO DUNBARTON. FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD AT THE M.E. CHURCH BY REVEREND SHEPHERD. BURIAL WAS IN THE JACKTOWN CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. REBECCA WILSON DIED AT HER HOME IN WEST UNION AT THE AGE OF 85 YEARS. SHE WAS BORN NEAR BENTONVILLE, BUT HAD BEEN A RESIDENT OF WEST UNION SENICE EARLY CHILDHOOD; SHE UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO THE LATE WILLIAM M. WILSON ( SHE WAS 16 YEARS OLD). SHE WAS THE MOTHER OF 13 CHILDREN - 5 BOYS AND 8 GIRLS, ONLY 9 CHILDREN SURVIVE - MRS. MARY A. MORGAN, MRS. CAROLINE LAWLER, MRS. TABITHA LAWLER OF WEST UNION; MRS. MARTHA E. BARNES OF ECKMANSVILLE, MRS. ESTHER LUCAS OF BLUE CREEK, MRS. RACHEL R. HOOK OF CINCINNATI, MRS. LYDIA H. ADAMSON, MRS. JENNIE G. DAVIDSON AND JAMES O. OF DAYTON - 62 GRANDCHILDREN ( 44 SURVIVING), AND 51 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN ( ALL SURVIVING). THE FUNERAL WAS AT THE HOME OF THE DECEASED, BURIAL WAS IN THE I.O.O.F. CEMETERY.

 

 

 

 

 

25, JANUARY 1912

 

WILLIAM HOLMES OF BEASLEY FORK, DIED AT HIS HOME. HE WAS A VETERAN OF THE CIVIL WAR. HE WAS A NATIVE OF HIGHLAND COUNTY, HE WAS 79 YEARS OF AGE, HAD LIVED IN ADAMS COUNTY FOR 50 YEARS. HE WAS MARRIED THREE TIMES AND IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIDOW POLLY ANN PIATT HOLMES, 6 CHILDREN BY HIS FIRST WIFE - MRS. WILLIAM NIXON, MRS. CAREY LEMON, JOHN, CAREY, WILL AND MRS. OAKLEY MOORE - 2 CHILDREN BY HIS SECOND WIFE - MRS. EDWARD CRAWFORD OF ASHLAND KENTUCKY AND GEORGE OF SOUTH DAKOTA . HIS FIRST WIFE WAS SARAH J. SATTERFIELD HIS SECOND WIFE WAS MARGARET TREFTZ. BURIAL WAS IN THE I.O.O.F. CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. HARRY PALMER PASSED AWAY AT HER HOME IN MANCHESTER, CAUSE OF DEATH WAS DUE TO A BUSTED BLOOD VESSEL IN HER HEAD. SHE WAS 23 YEARS OF AGE, THE DAUGHTER OF MR. AND MRS.JOHN W. CREAMER OF MANCHESTER. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND AND 2 CHILDREN. THE FUNERAL WAS AT THE M. P. CHURCH, BY REVERAND ISNER, BURIAL WAS IN THE ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY AT MANCHESTER.

 

 

 

DOUBLE FUNERAL

 

SAMUEL RYAN OF SEAMAN DIED THIS WEEK AND SO HAS HIS WIFE. MRS. RYAN DIED WEDNESDAY AND HER HUSBAND DIED THURSDAY, SHE BEING 73 YEARS OF AGE AND HE 83 YEARS OLD. THEY WERE BOTH BORN IN OLIVER TWP., SURVIVED BY 4 CHILDREN - J.T. OF OLIVER TWP., JUDSON AND ARTHUR AT HOME AND MRS. J.E. REID OF WINCHESTER. THE DOUBLE FUNERAL WILL BE AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH IN SEAMAN.

 

 

 

LUTHER MARTIN REED WAS BORN NEAR RUSSELLVILLE, BROWN COUNTY OHIO 15, FEBRUARY 1837 AND DIED 26,NOVEMBER 1911 AT THE AGE OF 74 YEARS. HE WAS THE SECOND SON OF LUTHER AND MINERVA REED. HE IS THE LAST ONE OF A FAMILY OF 5 BOYS. AT THE AGE OF 23 HE MARRIED ELIZABETH DUNN OF ARNHEIM AND MOVED TO ILLINOIS, TO THEM WAS BORN 6 CHILDREN - EMMONS, MASON AND JAMES OF GEORGETOWN, WILLIAM OF HILLSBORO, MRS. MAGGIE PRINE OF ASH RIDGE AND MRS. DORA KRATZER OF MT. STERLING KENTUCKY. LATER IN LIFE HE RETURNED TO OHIO AND IN 1873 HE MARRIED PAULINE McCLANNAHAN OF SARDINIA, TO THEM WERE BORN 4 CHILDREN - MRS. NELLIE BLACK OF CHERRY FORK, CLINTON OF WINCHESTER, LEE AND BESSIE AT HOME. ALL THE CHILDREN ALONG WITH 29 GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN SURVIVE. BURIAL WAS IN THE ASH RIDGE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

EDNA MAE, THE ONLY DAUGHTER OF HOMER AND EXIE RALSTON SWEARINGER, WAS BORN 20, MARCH 1907 AND DIED 6, JANUARY 1912. SHE IS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY A LITTLE BROTHER WHO DIED - 18,August 1906

 

 

 

25, JANUARY 1912

 

HARRISON PALMER A VETERAN OF THE CIVIL WAR, DIED AT HIS HOME IN MANCHESTER, FROM HEART TROUBLE. HE WAS 79 YEARS OF AGE AND WAS BORN NEAR BRADYVILLE. THE WIFE WAS THE FORMER ELMIRA TAYLOR A SISTER OF THE LATE SAMUEL TAYLOR OF THIS PLACE. THE WIDOW AND 6 CHILDREN SURVIVE. FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD AT THE M.P. CHURCH IN MANCHESTER AND BURIAL TOOK PLACE IN THE I.O.O.F. CEMETERY.

 

 

 

THE PEOPLE'S DEFENDER

 

no month or date

 

EDWARD TUMBLESON, 67, OF PEEBLES DIED AT HIS DAUGHTERS HOME ( MRS. JAMES COPAS ). SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND TWO DAUGHTERS, MRS. COPAS AND MRS. FLOYD SMITH OF SEAMAN. BURIAL - FLAT RUN CEMETERY.

 

no month or date

 

PROFESSOR J.E. COLLINS, OF OXFORD OHIO DIED IN A FORT WAYNE HOSPITAL FROM THE EFFECTS OF A CAR WRECK. BURIAL - LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

JOHN EDGAR COLLINS WAS BORN NEAR PEEBLES OHIO 9, APRIL 1871. SURVIVED BY, HIS WIFE INA TREBER COLLINS, A BROTHER OSCAR OF SPRING VALLEY OHIO, A SISTER, MRS. ROBERT JACKMAN OF WEST UNION, TWO SONS, CHARLES AND CARVEL.

 

no month or date

 

A.R. McADOW, OF PEEBLES. SURVIVED BY, HIS WIFE AND ONE SON HARRY OF PEEBLES AND SIX DAUGHTERS, JULIA PLUMMER OF PEEBLES, MRS. ERNEST CRAWFORD OF DUNKINSVILLE, MISS STELLA OF XENIA, MISS ZORA OF COLUMBUS, MISS CORA OF CINCINNATI AND MISS MAE AT HOME, ONE SISTER, MRS. MARY HAWKEY OF HOLLYWOOD CA., ONE BROTHER, MINOR OF WEST UNION. BURIAL - LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

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30, MARCH 1933

 

JOHN BROWN, 77, OF WINCHESTER DIED FROM THE EFFECTS OF A NAIL WOUND, THE OLDEST OF ELEVEN CHILDREN. SURVIVED BY, HIS WIFE AUIE, THREE CHILDREN, MRS. D.J. CORBOY OF WINCHESTER, WILLIAM AND ORLAND OF HAMILTON OHIO, THREE GRANDCHILDREN AND SIX SISTERS, MRS. RUTH JODRY OF WINCHESTER, MRS. MARGARET PURDIN OF MACON, MRS. DENNY OF WINTERSET IOWA, MRS. MYRTLE PRATHER OF INDIANAPOLIS, MRS. A.H. CAMPBELL OF DAYTON AND MRS. MOLLY VANT OF GREENFIELD. BURIAL " WINCHESTER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

DR. ROBERT E. GOPPERTON, OF WINCHESTER. BORN 27, JULY 1888 IN GEORGETOWN DIED 27, MARCH 1933 FROM HICCUPS, WHICH HE HAD FOR TWENTY - FOUR DAYS. PROMINENT VETERINARIAN OF ADAMS AND BROWN COUNTIES. DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS MOTHER, MRS. MARY GOPPERTON, SURVIVED BY HIS MOTHER, TWO SISTERS, SADIE AND MRS. MAUDE OSBORN OF WINCHESTER, A BROTHER LONNIE OF DAYTON. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS FATHER ROBERT U. GOPPERTON WHO DIED FOUR YEARS AGO.

 

 

 

CHARLES CARSON GREENLEE, OF WEST UNION. SON OF WILLIAM AND ALICE McKINLEY GREENLEE, WAS BORN IN BRADYVILLE 13, MAY 1870, DIED 24, MARCH. MARRIED MISS ETTA KNOX 26, MARCH 1898. (BURIED ON THEIR WEDDING ANNIVERSARY). SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND TWO SONS, JOHN OF DAYTON AND CLIFFORD OF CINCINNATI, ONE DAUGHTER, MISS HAZEL OF WEST UNION, ONE BROTHER JOSEPH OF WEST UNION, TWO SISTERS, MRS. JAMES RUSSELL OF WEST UNION AND MRS. C.E. NEWMAN OF BUENA VISTA, TWO GRANDSON'S, CHARLES WILLIAM AND THOMAS WRIGHT GREENLEE. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY ONE DAUGHTER ELIZABETH WHO DIED IN 1912, TWO BROTHERS, JOHN AND MARSHALL, ONE SISTER, MAHALA. BURIAL - ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

30, MARCH 1933

 

MRS. MAXINE DUZAN, OF SCIOTOVILLE DIED AT THE HOME OF HER FATHER E.S. WHITE. SURVIVED BY, HER PARENTS, HER HUSBAND, E.S. DUZAN AND THREE CHILDREN, LYLE, MARION AND DALE OF SCIOTOVILLE, TWO SISTERS, MRS. CORRINE LAMME OF FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, MRS. CATHERINE PROCTOR OF CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA, ONE BROTHER REV. WHITE OF CLEVELAND, OHIO. SHE WAS BORN AND REARED IN MANCHESTER.

 

 

 

20, APRIL 1933

 

MISS ELIZA ALEXANDER, 75, OF MANCHESTER. BURIAL - MANCHESTER CEMETERY.

 

JOHN T. WIKOFF, 66, OF ROME. SURVIVED BY ONE BROTHER, W.A. WIKOFF, WITH WHOM HE LIVED WITH. BURIAL - SANDY SPRINGS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

ELLEN JUNITA YOUNG RECTOR, DAUGHTER OF A.W. AND SARAH SIGLER YOUNG, WAS BORN IN MT. LEIGH 1, JUNE 1851, DIED 13, APRIL 1933; MARRIED 22,SEPTEMBER 1874 TO RODNEY OSBURN RECTOR WHO DIED 4, JUNE 1910. SURVIVED BY, TWO DAUGHTERS, MRS. EDITH B. COMBS OF CHICAGO AND MRS. LELA SIGLER OF DAYTON AND ONE GRANDSON, ROBERT RECTOR SIGLER. SHE HAD LEFT ADAMS COUNTY SIXTY YEARS AGO, HAS BEEN A RESIDENT OF DAYTON, OHIO. BURIAL - WOODLAWN CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. ANNA E. GOFF, 80, DIED AT THE HOME OF HER NEICE MRS. HELEN E. NEAL. A NATIVE OF DOVER, KENTUCKY, BUT HAD SPENT THE LAST THREE YEARS IN MANCHESTER. SURVIVED BY, ONE SISTER, MRS. JENNIE JACOBS OF DOVER. BURIAL - LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

WILLIAM FREEMAN, UNDERTAKER OF OTWAY. SURVIVED BY, HIS WIFE, ONE DAUGHTER, MRS. MARGARET WHITT AND ONE SON RAY.

 

 

 

WILLIAM McGOWN, 83, OF CEDAR MILLS. SURVIVED BY, HIS WIFE AND THREE SONS, CARL OF GREENVILLE, OHIO, EDDIE AND ALFRED OF CEDAR MILLS AND ONE DAUGHTER MRS. MAUDE EVANS OF CINCINNATI. BURIAL - SCRUB RIDGE.

 

 

 

13, APRIL 1933

 

ATTORNEY, EDWARD A. SCOTT, 60, NATIVE OF ADAMS COUNTY, DIED IN COLUMBUS, OHIO. THE SON OF JOSEPH AND ANNA BELLE SHELTON SCOTT. MARRIED (1) ADA METZ OF ROME, NOW DECEASED, MARRIED (2) IRENE WICKERHAM OF PEEBLES, NOW DECEASED. SURVIVED BY ONE SON RICHARD AGE SIXTEEN ( BY THE FIRST WIFE), ONE BROTHER, CLARENCE AND TWIN SISTERS ADA AND LIDA.

 

 

 

 

 

FRANK RAMSEY, 79, OF PEEBLES, DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS DAUGHTER MRS. DELLA BUSCH. SURVIVED BY THE FOLLOWING CHILDREN, MRS. BUSCH, JAMES OF MARBLE FURNACE, MRS. SALLIE BOWSER, JOHN AND WILLIAM OF DAYTON, MRS. IDA REARICK OF EATON INDIANA, MRS. HATTIE LENCTZ OF MT. PLEASANT, MICHIGAN. BURIAL - MARBLE FURNACE.

 

 

 

LATOUR LAFFERTY, WEST UNION UNDERTAKER WAS FOUND DEAD UNDER MYSTERIOUS CAUSES, NO INDICATION OF FOUL PLAY, POSSIBLE NATURAL CAUSES. MR. LAFFERTY COMES FROM AN OLD PIONEER FAMILY OF ADAMS COUNTY. SURVIVED BY, HIS WIFE THE FORMER MISS MABLE PURDIN, ONE DAUGHTER, MRS. HAROLD GREENLEE OF CINCINNATI, TWO SON'S, WILLIAM AND ALLEN BOTH AT HOME, ONE BROTHER, KENNETH OF MIAMI FLORIDA.

 

 

 

HERMAN McCLELLAND, 63, OF OLIVER TOWNSHIP. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, TWO DAUGHTERS, MRS. ALPHA HARTMAN AND MRS. WILBUR BRADFORD OF WILMINGTON, OHIO, TWO BROTHERS, BRICE OF SARDINIA, DELBERT OF UNITY, ONE SISTER MRS. LAFE PENCE OF NEW VIENNA.

 

 

 

MRS. MARTHA GAFFIN, 28, THE FORMER MISS LESTY SHANKS. SURVIVED BY, HER HUSBAND AND SIX SMALL CHILDREN. BURIAL - EVERGREEN CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. ANNA ARNOLD, 56, OF SINKING SPRINGS. SURVIVED BY, HER HUSBAND S.O. ARNOLD, TWO SONS, HILLIS OF SPRINGFIELD AND FRANK AT HOME, TWO SISTERS, MRS. O.A. TENER OF SINKING SPRINGS AND MRS. SCOTT MASON OF LOCUST GROVE, ONE BROTHER, BERTIA COPELAND OF MIAMISBURG. BURIAL - LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

GEORGE ADAMS, 56, OF ASH RIDGE DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS SON LAWRENCE ADAMS. THE SON OF THE LATE HENRY AND LOUISE WOHLEBER ADAMS, WAS BORN NEAR FINCASTLE, THERE HE MARRIED MARY KAUTZ. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS WIFE WHO DIED A YEAR AGO. SURVIVED BY, THE SON AND DAUGHTER - IN - LAW, SISTERS AND BROTHERS, MISS ELLA AND MRS. ANNA BURNS OF FINCASTLE, MRS. SALLIE BLACK, MRS. MATILDA STAMM OF MACON, OHIO, LOUIS OF GEORGETOWN AND WILLIAM OF SPRINGFIELD. BURIAL - ASH RIDGE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

VOLLEY HAZELBAKER, 60, DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS SISTER MRS. J.C. KOPP IN PORTSMOUTH. BORN 25, AUGUST 1872 IN ADAMS COUNTY, THE SON OF JACOB AND REBECCA SHAW HAZELBAKER. MARRIED MEDELINE LAUNTZ WHO DIED TWO YEARS AGO, SURVIVED BY TWO SISTERS AND A BROTHER, MRS. KOPP AND MRS. IDA RIVERS OF BEREA KENTUCKY AND HOMER OF RIPLEY. BURIAL - CLARKSBURG KENTUCKY.

 

 

 

 

 

30, MARCH 1933

 

MRS. MARGARET KEPP, WIDOW OF THE LATE JACOB KEPP, DIED AT HER HOME ON TULIP, 82, (NEE) MARGARET SHAFER. SURVIVED BY, THREE SONS, ROBY, WILLIAM AND HARLEY OF TULIP, ONE DAUGHTER, MRS. HARLEY M. GROOMS, ONE BROTHER WILSON SHAFER. HER HUSBAND DIED 28, MARCH 1926. BURIAL - COPAS CEMETERY.

 

MRS. RACHEL BLACK, 82, OF WINCHESTER, WIDOW OF DAVID BLACK WHO DIED FOUR YEARS AGO, THEY LIVED IN EMERALD THERE ENTIRE MARRIED LIFE, AFTER HIS DEATH SHE MOVED TO WINCHESTER. SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER MRS. JOHN ( ALICE ) RHOADS OF WINCHESTER, ONE GRANDDAUGHTER, NELLIE LOUDERBACK OF SARDINIA, ONE SISTER, MRS. FRANK McCLURE OF FINCASTLE, TWO BROTHERS, WESLEY KINCAID OF FINCASTLE AND DEXTER OF SABINA. BURIAL - FINCASTLE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

CARL RAY WILLIAMS, DIED AT HIS HOME IN PARIS KENTUCKY, SURVIVED BY, HIS MOTHER, BERTHA WILLIAMS OF MANCHESTER, WIFE, ROSIE AND TWO CHILDREN, CARL RAY AND EARL GENE, TWO SISTERS, MRS. SADIE MARTIN AND GAZELLA OF MANCHESTER, ONE BROTHER, NAYLOR OF CINCINNATI. BURIAL - MANCHESTER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

AYERS BRAMBLE ADAMS, 84, FORMERLY OF ADAMS COUNTY, DIED 23, MARCH 1933 IN CINCINNATI. THE SON OF MR. & MRS. JAMES W. ADAMS OF SANDY SPRINGS AREA. MARRIED 16, NOVEMBER 1869 TO LIZZIE THOROMAN WILLIAMS, THE DAUGHTER OF JESSE WILLIAMS OF BUENA VISTA, HIS WIFE DIED AROUND 1925. SURVIVED BY, THREE CHILDREN ALBERT G. OF WEST AFRICA, NELLIE C. OF CINCINNATI AND AYERS B. JR. OF NEW YORK CITY, A GRANDDAUGHTER EVELYN OF PENNSYLVANIA, TWO SONS FLOYD AND JESSE ( DIED IN YOUNG MANHOOD SEVERAL YEARS AGO), A SISTER " IN " LAW, MRS. JAMES M. WILLIAMS OF PORTSMOUTH, A NEPHEWS, H.C. PEMBERTON OF CLEVELAND AND SEVERAL NEPHEWS IN ILLINOIS. WHEN THIRTEEN HE WANTED TO JOIN THE UNION ARMY, HIS PARENTS WOULD NOT CONSENT, HE RAN AWAY THREE TIMES AND EACH TIME WAS BROUGHT BACK, ON THE THIRD TIME HE WAS ENLISTED WITH CO. A, 195th O.V.I., HE REMAINED IN THE ARMY OF OCCUPATION AT ALEXANDERIA, VIRGINIA UNTIL DECEMBER 1865. AFTER LEAVING ADAMS COUNTY, HE LIVED SOME YEARS IN WASHINGTON D.C., THEN TO CINCINNATI. ON THEIR FIFTIETH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY THEY SENT TO THEIR FRIENDS, A BOOK WITH THEIR WEDDING PICTURE AND A PHOTO OF WHAT THEY LOOKED LIKE THEN. WHEN EIGHTY YEARS OLD, HE WROTE AND COMMITTED TO MEMORY AN ADDRESS ON ABRAHAM LINCOLN.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

29, JUNE 1933

 

MRS. MARY C. CHAMBERS, 71, OF PORTSMOUTH, FORMERLY OF ADAMS COUNTY. WIDOW OF JAMES CHAMBERS AND WAS BORN AND REARED IN FLEMINGSBURG, KENTUCKY. FOLLOWING HER MARRIAGE THEY MOVED TO CHERRY FORK, OHIO WHERE THEY LIVED FIFTEEN YEARS, LATER ON TO COLUMBUS WHERE THE HUSBAND DIED. SURVIVED BY, THREE CHILDREN, MRS. BLANCHE ELLISON OF MT. TABOR CITY, DR. R.L. OF SARDINIA AND MRS. ONA MILLS OF NEW PORT, KENTUCKY, TWO GRANDCHILDREN, MRS. ELINORE AND JAMES MILLS OF CINCINNATI. BURIAL - CHERRY FORK CEMETERY.

 

 

 

19, OCTOBER 1933

 

JOHN H. WALLACE, 81, OF SCOTT TOWNSHIP. SURVIVED BY ONE SON, ERNEST OF CHICAGO, FOUR DAUGHTERS, MRS. DAVID BRADFUTE OF XENIA, MRS. JOHN HEY AND MISS BETHA OF STATEN, KENTUCKY, MRS. J.D. WILLIAMS OF SEAMAN. BURIAL -TRANQUILITY.

 

 

 

REVEREND EDGAR McDILL, 75, OF DAYTON FORMERLY OF ADAMS COUNTY. BORN AT ECKMANSVILLE, THE SON OF DR. AND MRS. DAVID McDILL. IN HIS YOUTH HIS PARENTS MOVED TO MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS. SURVIVED BY, TWO SONS, MAJOR L""""(PAPER MISSING) McGILL OF VIRGINIA AND WILFRED McDILL OF ILLINOIS. BURIAL - XENIA OHIO.

 

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THE PEOPLE'S DEFENDER

 

6, SEPTEMBER 1934

 

THOMAS SIBERT, 45, OF STOUTS RUN DIED IN A PORTSMOUTH HOSPITAL AFTER AN AUTO ACCIDENT. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, FOUR CHILDREN, BURTON, THOMAS, WILBURT AND DOLSIEL (MRS. TURNER ), HIS MOTHER MRS. TOM SIBERT OF BLUE CREEK, ONE SISTER MRS. MARY GREEN OF CHURN CREEK, THREE BROTHERS, FLOYD, ROBIN AND SHERMAN OF PORTSMOUTH, AND A BROTHER - IN - LAW, SAMUEL BLEVINS. BURIAL - MANCHESTER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. LOTTIE MORRISON, 66, OF MONROE TOWNSHIP. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND ED L. MORRISON AND THREE CHILDREN, CLARENCE OF MANCHESTER, MRS. EMMA ABBOTT AND MRS. AGNES DEATLY OF WEST UNION AND THE FOLLOWING BROTHERS AND SISTERS, CHARLES SPHON OF WEST UNION, ROBERT OF URBANA, HENRY OF MT. VERNON AND MRS. EMMA FIELDS OF WEST UNION.

 

 

 

THOMAS THORNTON, 65, OF BLUE CREEK FELL FROM A TOBACCO BARN. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS WIFE ONE YEAR AGO, FATHER OF ELEVEN CHILDREN, FOUR SURVIVING. BURIAL - COX CEMETERY.

 

 

 

 

 

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PEOPLES DEFENDER

 

3, JANUARY 1935

 

EARL R. CARTER, OF OAKLEY, CINCINNATI, FORMER HUSBAND OF THE LATE PAULINE RECTOR. SURVIVED BY HIS WIDOW MARTHA CARTER, ONE SON ROBERT OF SEAMAN, HIS MOTHER AND TWO SISTERS OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE SON LIVES WITH HIS GRANDMOTHER MRS. KATE RECTOR. MRS. KATE RECTOR, ROBERT CARTER, REVEREND AND MRS. AUGUST H. WESSELS, MRS. JOHN DAVIS AND SON JACK OF ADAMS COUNTY ATTENDED THE FUNERAL TUESDAY AT THE FUNERAL HOME IN OAKLEY.

 

ATTORNEY C.E. ROBUCK, 58, DIED NEW YEARS DAY. ADMITTED TO THE BAR IN 1899. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE CLARA BRODT ROBUCK AND EIGHT CHILDREN, BEN AND CHARLES AT HOME, ATTORNEY R.W. ROBUCK OF DETROIT MICHIGAN, MISS ROSANNA, ATTORNEY BOYD ROBUCK OF COSHOCTON OHIO, MISS NELLIE AND MISS MARGARET AT HOME, MRS. HELEN MAE OF GRANVILLE OHIO, TWO GRANDCHILDREN MARY LOUISE AND BETTY ROBUCK OF WEST UNION, ONE BROTHER HENRY OF WEST UNION AND A COUSIN DR. ORAL ROBUCK OF GOMER. BURIAL - ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JOHN J. BRODT, 82, PIONEER RESIDENT OF WEST UNION. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE IDA ROBUCK BRODT, SON H.T., DAUGHTER MRS. D.C. COLEMAN OF LUCASVILLE, SON CARL F., TWO BROTHERS GEORGE OF MILLON INDIANA AND REVEREND WILLIAM OF WEST UNION, THREE SISTERS, CLARA ROBUCK OF WEST UNION, EMMA KINCAID OF BLANCHESTER AND MISS CARRIE OF ATHENS OHIO, TWO GRANDCHILDREN IDA RUTH AND JOHN HARVEY BRODT. BURIAL - ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

REVEREND CHARLES H. BANDY, FORMERLY OF BUENA VISTA DIED AT THE HOME OF A RELATIVE IN HILLSBORO, HE WAS 75 YEARS OLD, A NATIVE OF IOWA, HE AND HIS WIFE WERE MISSIONARIES TO INDIA FOR THIRTY YEARS. NO CHILDREN OF THEIR OWN, BUT THEY DID RAISE SIX BOYS.

 

 

 

ANNA JAMES TRACY, 69, WIFE OF JOHN TRACY DIED IN HER HOME IN COLUMBUS. SURVIVED BY THE HUSBAND AND THREE DAUGHTERS. BURIAL - LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

W.W. HOWLAND, 70 OF MANCHESTER, SURVIVED BY SON MAXON AT HOME, FIVE DAUGHTERS, MISSES MOLLIE AND MYRTLE HOWLAND OF MIDDLETOWN, MRS. MARIE BROOKS OF REINERSVILLE OHIO, MRS. FRED RICHMOND OF WEST UNION AND MRS. MINDERILLA DAY OF ST. LOUIS MISSOURI.

 

 

 

ISAAC VERNON MITCHELL, 60, BORN IN PEEBLES, 16, SEPTEMBER 1874 THE SON OF JOHN B. AND ANGELINE MITCHELL, HAS LIVED IN GREENFIELD FOR THE LAST TEN YEARS. SURVIVED BY, HIS WIFE ANNA, THREE SONS, FRANCIS OF PHILADELPHIA, CARLTON OF CINCINNATI AND EARL OF DELAWARE OHIO, TWO GRANDCHILDREN, ONE BROTHER, REVEREND WILLIAM C. MITCHELL OF CINCINNATI AND A SISTER MRS. LYDA PETERSON OF PEEBLES. BURIAL - LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MISS GLADY PURDUE, 17, DAUGHTER OF MRS. ROY PETERSON, DIED AT HER HOME IN LAWSHE. SURVIVED BY, THE MOTHER AND STEP - FATHER, TWO BROTHERS, WENDALL AND ERNEST PURDUE, ONE SISTER, MRS. MABEL SWIGER OF AKRON OHIO. BURIAL - LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

ROY DELMORE GOODWIN, 51, DIED IN BETHEL. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND ONE DAUGHTER MAXINE, ONE SON ROY JR., AND HIS PARENTS MR. AND MRS. E.P. GOODWIN OF BETHEL.

 

 

 

ELIZABETH BELL YOUNG, WAS BORN NEAR WINCHESTER, OHIO 18, NOVEMBER 1854 AND DIED AT HER HOME ON HICKORY RIDGE 25, DECEMBER 1934. MARRIED 18, MARCH 1873 TO ANDREW YOUNG AND TO THE WERE BORN THIRTEEN CHILDREN, SIX ARE PRECEDED IN DEATH ALONG WITH THE FATHER. SURVIVED BY THREE DAUGHTERS, MRS. ETTIE DALRYMPLE, MRS. FRANK BURBAGE AND MRS. JASON LANTER, FOUR SONS, NEWTON, THOMAS, LEE AND DENNIE, TWO SISTERS, MRS.FRED ADAMS AND MRS. PUMMELL, TWO BROTHERS, SAMUEL AND JAMES BELL, TWENTY - THREE GRANDCHILDREN AND TWENTY - FOUR GREAT GRANDCHILDREN.

 

 

 

CHARLES K. JACKSON, DIED IN A COLUMBUS HOSPITAL. BORN 27, JANUARY 1882 IN ADAMS COUNTY, LEFT HERE IN 1910 GOING TO MARION LATER TO CLEVELAND, FOUR YEARS AGO TO ASHLEY. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE MINA BOGER JACKSON, A SISTER MRS. C.L. YOUNG OF PEEBLES, FOUR BROTHERS, E.E. OF COLUMBUS, J.E. OF MIDDLETOWN, O.R.P. AND F.P. JACKSON OF PORTSMOUTH. BURIAL - MARION OHIO.

 

 

 

16, MAY 1935

 

MEMORIAL

 

IRA T. BOOTH, BORN 27, MAY 1853 IN VIRGINIA DIED 12, MAY 1934 IN CHERRY FORK. ELDEST SON OF JOHN AND MATILDA BOOTH, HE WAS A PIONEER TEACHER OF ADAMS COUNTY. MARRIED 28, MARCH 1876 TO ELIZABETH YOUNG, TO THEM WERE BORN THE FOLLOWING CHILDREN, MARTHA HENDERSON OF WHITTIER CA., OLA E. WHO DIED IN 1911, JOSIE STULTZ OF DAYTON, WILLIE OF WINCHESTER, JENNIE WHO DIED IN CHILDHOOD, ALFRED AND NOBLE OF CHERRY FORK AND EDNA NAYLOR OF SEAMAN, ALSO SURVIVED BY THE WIFE, 16 GRANDCHILDREN, 19 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN, 2 BROTHERS, ISAAC OF COMPTON CA., AND JOHN OF HILLSBORO, 1 SISTER, LIZZIE SHELTON OF SUGARTREE RIDGE.

 

 

 

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THE PEOPLES DEFENDER 1936

 

20, AUGUST 1936

 

WID EYLAR ( WILLIAM A. ), BURIAL - CONFIDENCE CEMETERY.

 

FIRST PART OF ARTICLE WAS MISSING.

 

 

 

MARY ELIZABETH FREELAND, DIED AT THE HOME OF A SON ANDREW IN DAYTON, 9, AUGUST 1936, FORMERLY OF SEAMAN, WAS BORN IN BUENA VISTA 24, SEPTEMBER 1861 AND MARRIED 19, SEPTEMBER 1882 TO AMOS FREELAND WHO DIED FIFTEEN YEARS AGO. FOUR CHILDREN ARTHUR, ANDREW, ALVA AND BERTHA WHO MARRIED GEORGE VARVEL, ALL OF DAYTON, FOUR GRANDCHILDREN AND TWO GREAT GRANDCHILDREN.

 

 

 

2, JANUARY 1936

 

CORBETT PORTER, 38, FATHER OF EIGHT; CHARLES 14, MRS. GOLDIE PORTER KENNEDY 21 ( A BRIDE OF JUST A FEW HOURS) AND WILLARD KENNEDY 22, ALL OF LEWIS COUNTY KENTUCKY; DIED WHEN ATTEMPTING TO CROSS THE OHIO RIVER ON A SKIFF, JUST BEFORE A BLIZZARD ( ONE OF THE WORST IN THIRTY YEARS ). THEY WERE GOING TO VISIT KENNEDYS PARENTS IN STOUT OHIO. PORTER WHOSE WIFE DIED A YEAR AGO, IS THE FATHER OF EIGHT CHILDREN RANGING IN AGE FROM 2 - 22. HIS DAUGHTER GOLDIE HAD MARRIED WILLARD KENNEDY THE EVENING BEFORE.

 

 

 

ALBERT RAYMOND MERZ, TWO YEAR OLD SON OF MR. & MRS. JOHN MERZ, WAS BURNED TO DEATH WHEN A CAN OF STOVE POLISH, WHICH THE MOTHER WAS USING, EXPLODED IGNITING THE CHILD'S CLOTHING, THE MOTHER WAS BADLY BURNED ALSO. SURVIVED BY THE PARENTS, ONE SISTER AND TWO BROTHERS. BURIAL - WHITE OAK CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JOE BLAKE, FORMERLY OF ADAMS COUNTY, DIED IN COVINGTON KENTUCKY WHEN HE FELL ON THE ICY STEPS AT HIS HOME THE 21, DECEMBER. BORN ON POPLAR RIDGE HE IS THE SON OF OTHA AND MARTHA BLAKE. MARRIED LILLIAN KELLY. SURVIVED BY THE WIFE AND A SISTER MRS. MARY McDINE OF CINCINNATI. BURIAL - WEST UNION ODD FELLOWS.

 

 

 

EMMA F. BAYLESS, DIED 27, DECEMBER 1935, THE DAUGHTER OF JOHN AND LETITIA CRAWFORD, WAS BORN 24, FEBRUARY 1869 IN WEST UNION, MARRIED FRANK G. BAYLESS.

 

 

 

THE DAUGHTER OF PATRICK HOLSINGER. THE TWELVE POUND BABY GIRL WAS BORN ON CHRISTMAS NIGHT, LIVING ONLY TWENTY " FOUR HOURS. BURIAL " DRAKE CEMETERY.

 

WILMA JEAN TROTTER, 17 MONTH OLD DAUGHTER OF MR. & MRS. WILBUR TROTTER OF MANCHESTER, DIED OF SCARLET FEVER. SURVIVED BY THE PARENTS AND TWO SISTERS. BURIAL " MANCHESTER I.O.O.F. CEMETERY.

 

 

 

 

 

2, JANUARY 1936

 

HARRY E. OGLE, BORN NEAR MANCHESTER 12, NOVEMBER 1888, DIED 19, DECEMBER 1935, THE ONLY SON OF LAFE AND SARAH BROZEE OGLE. MARRIED IN MARCH 1930 TO OCTA DOUGLAS OF SEAMAN, ONE DAUGHTER MARIE EVELYN AGE FIVE YEARS. DEPUTY SHERIFF OF ADAMS COUNTY; IN 1930 ELECTED AS SHERIFF, REELECTED IN 1932. ON 12, JANUARY 1935 HE MARRIED GLADYS GROOMS OF WEST UNION, THE DAUGHTER OF CHARLES S. GROOMS WITH WHOM THEY LIVED WITH. SURVIVED BY THE WIFE, HIS MOTHER AGE 82 YEARS, THE DAUGHTER, FIVE SISTERS, MRS. GEORGE BOWMAN OF MANCHESTER, MRS. SETH STEVENSON OF WRIGHTSVILLE, MRS. A.G. STRICKLETT OF MAYSVILLE KENTUCKY, MISS ESTELLE M.OGLE OF WASHINGTON D.C. AND MISS WINONA OGLE OF ATHENS OHIO, PRECEDED BY HIS FATHER AND TWO SISTERS. OBITUARY WRITTEN BY THE SISTERS, HIS WIFE AND DAUGHTER.

 

 

 

FRANK DOWNEY, 78, WHO RESIDED ALONE IN A HUT THREE MILES FROM RARDEN, WAS FOUND WITH HIS FEET FROZEN AND SUFFERING FROM HUNGER. HE WAS TAKEN TO THE HOME OF HIS SISTER MRS. GEORGE MILEY OF PEEBLES, WHERE HE REGAINED CONSCIOUSNESS. HE LATER DIED THERE. SURVIVED BY FIVE DAUGHTERS AND ONE SON AND THE SISTER. BURIAL - NEWMAN CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JAMES W. YOUNG (JIM), DIED 17, DECEMBER 1936. MR. YOUNG HAD WENT BLIND FIVE YEARS AGO. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND FIVE CHILDREN, O.W. AND ELMER A. OF COLUMBUS, J. HARVEY OF PEEBLES, HARRY B. OF HILLSBORO AND MRS. J.M. KEPPERLING OF CHERRY FORK. MR. YOUNG WAS ONE OF THE OLDEST RESIDENTS IN SEAMAN BEING FOUR SCORE AND TEN. BURIAL - MT. LEIGH CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JOHN SLACK SR., DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS DAUGHTER MRS. LORA NIXON AT MT. ORAB, HIS WIFE DIED LAST SEPTEMBER. HE WAS 71 YEARS OF AGE, A NATIVE OF SCIOTO COUNTY, MOVING TO WEST UNION A NUMBER OF YEARS AGO. SURVIVED BY TWO SONS J.A. OF PEEBLES, ROBERT OF WEST UNION AND FOUR DAUGHTERS, MRS. ORA SLATTERY OF NEWTOWN, MRS. ESTA STAGGS AND MRS. EMMA GROOMS OF WEST UNION AND MRS. NIXON. BURIAL - ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

 

 

24, DECEMBER 1936

 

DIVORCE ANNOUNCEMNET

 

SAMUEL WARREN AGE 94, SUED HIS WIFE SARAH WARREN AGE 78 FOR DIVORCE, MARRIED IN 1922; OLDEST COUPLE TO GET A DIVORCE.

 

 

 

 

 

AUDREY TAYLOR, THREE DAY OLD DAUGHTER OF MR. AND MRS. WALTER TAYLOR OF LYNX, THEIR ONLY CHILD. BURIAL - MT. ARMENIA CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. LAURA DAVIS, 78, WIDOW OF JOHN O. DAVIS DIED AT THE HOME OF HER DAUGHTER MRS. TRACY TREFZ OF PEEBLES. SURVIVED BY TWO SONS HARRY OF SABINA AND JOHN OF RUSSELLVILLE, TWO DAUGHTERS, SARAH JANE RHODES OF SUGARTREE RIDGE AND THE MRS. TREFZ. BURIAL - LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JOHN WILL BAKER, 45 OF SEAMAN, DESPONDENT OVER SALE, COMMITS SUICIDE. THE SON OF MR. AND MRS. JOHN BAKER, BORN 18, DECEMBER 1891, DIED 19, DECEMBER 1936. ON 25, MAY 1918 ENLISTED FOR SERVICE IN THE WORLD WAR, SPENT HIS ENTIRE TIME IN THE WAR AT A CAMP IN GEORGIA, UNTIL HIS DISCHARGE ON 14, OCTOBER 1919. SURVIVED BY ONE BROTHER JAMES BAKER OF WINCHESTER AND ONE SISTER MRS. FIRMAN BAKER OF GREENFIELD, AN UNCLE JOHN REED AND A AUNT AMANDA HUGHES OF SEAMAN. FUNERAL - HELD AT MT. CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

 

 

 

MRS. D.N. WILLMAN, 62, SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, TWO DAUGHTERS, MRS. CHARLES SHULTZ OF WINCHESTER AND MRS. ROBERT CAMERON OF WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE, TWO SONS DENNIS OF WEST UNION AND JAMES OF WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE. BURIAL - ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

HARRY PIATT OF ROME, KILLED IN A HIT AND RUN ACCIDENT BY JOHN JACKSON 40, OF TULIP AND EMORY SHIVELEY 30 OF BUENA VISTA, 12, DECEMBER 1936. MR. PIATT WAS A WORLD WAR VETERAN; HE WAS TIGHTENING THE LUG BOLTS ON HIS CAR, WHEN THE MEN STRUCK HIM WITH THEIR CAR. MR. PIATT WAS ACCOMPANIED BY HIS WIFE AND FOUR CHILDREN . JACKSON AND SHIVELEY HAD BEEN DRINKING BEER, THE CAR BELONGED TO JACKSON, EVERETT CONRAD OF ADAMS COUNTY WAS IN THE CAR WITH JACKSON AND SHIVELEY. MR. SHIVELEY SAID HIS FATHER WAS KILLED BY A HIT AND RUN DRIVER FIVE YEARS AGO, THAT IS WHY HE CAME FORWARD NOW ABOUT MR. PIATT.

 

 

 

MEMORIAL

 

THREE YEARS AGO AT CHRISTMAS TIME, MOTHER, MRS. CAROLINE ROUSH LEFT US. WE SURELY MISS HER AND AS THE CHRISTMAS TIDE DRAWS CLOSER OUR MINDS ARE DRAWN TO OUR CHILDHOOD DAYS.

 

HER SONS AND DAUGHTERS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

24,DECEMBER 1936

 

YELLOW MFG. ACCEPTANCE CORP. - VS - JOSEPH CRAYCRAFT - ACTION FOR RECOVERY OF PERSONAL PROPERTY AND COST. CRAYCRAFT

 

 

 

DONALD MATTHEWS, TWO MONTH OLD SON OF MR. AND MRS. CHARLES MATTHEWS. SURVIVED BY THE PARENTS, A BROTHER HERBERT AND TWO SISTERS, RUBY AND DOLLY. BURIAL -CHERRY FORK CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. FLO BALDRIDGE, DIED IN IRONTON; MAIDEN NAME WAS MAXWELL, FORMERLY OF CHERRY FORK. WIDOW OF THE LATE TALMADGE BALDRIDGE, A SISTER MRS. MAUDE KIRKPATRICK OF COLUMBUS. BURIAL - CHERRY FORK CEMETERY.

 

 

 

 

 

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THE PEOPLES DEFENDER

 

11, MARCH 1937

 

MISS HATTIE A. LEONARD 66, DIED AT HER HOME ON ISLAND CREEK. THE DAUGHTER OF THE LATE MR. & MRS. ALFRED LEONARD. SURVIVED BY THREE SISTERS, MRS. JENNIE BAYLESS OF WEST UNION, MRS. PEARL OSMAN AND MRS. IDA SCOTT OF ISLAND CREEK AND THREE BROTHERS GEORGE OF BENTONVILLE, ORA AND JAMES OF MANCHESTER, ONE BROTHER DIED A FEW MONTHS AGO. BURIAL - QUINN CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. ELIZABETH CRAWFORD KIRKER 75, DIED AT THE HOME OF HER DAUGHTER, MRS. MAGGIE THOROMAN. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND RUSSELL, TWO DAUGHTERS MRS. MINNIE PIATT OF WEST UNION AND MRS. THOROMAN, TWO SONS CRAYTON OF DAYTON AND ERNEST OF WINCHESTER; SIX GRANDCHILDREN, TWO SISTERS MRS. MARGARET JOHNSON AND MRS. FLOYD DOUGLAS OF WEST UNION, TWO BROTHERS, WILLIAM CRAWFORD OF XENIA AND JOHN OF LOCUST GROVE. BURIAL - CHERRY FORK CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. EFFIE A. GARMAN 64, THE DAUGHTER OF THE LATE PETER G. SIMMONS. MARRIED JOSEPH I. THOMAS WHO DIED SEVERAL YEARS AGO, TO THEM WERE BORN TWO CHILDREN, MRS. GLENNAH DUNN OF HUNTINGTON WEST VIRGINIA AND MRS. FLORENCE FEUSTAL OF COLUMBUS. MARRIED SECONDLY TO NOAH GARMAN (DECEASED), TO THEM WAS BORN ONE SON JOHN WHO WITH HALF SISTERS SURVIVE, ALSO SURVIVED BY THREE BROTHERS AND FOUR SISTERS, JOHN SIMMONS OF PORTSMOUTH VIRGINIA, C.E. SIMMONS OF SEAMAN, BLANCHARD SIMMONS OF PEEBLES, MRS. GRANIRLLE GUSTIN AND IDA VIERS OF CINCINNATI, MISS MYTRA SIMMONS OF DAYTON. BURIAL - MT. LEIGH CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. RHODA McCLUGHEN 77, WIFE OF THE LATE MARION McCLUGHEN. THE DAUGHTER OF MOSES AND MINERVA PLUMMER, PIONEERS OF WINCHESTER. SURVIVED BY SIX CHILDREN, MRS. FAYE CRAMPTON OF WILMINGTON, ERNEST OF DAYTON, MAXINE OF WILMINGTON, FRED, STANLEY AND EARL AT HOME.

 

 

 

 

 

19, AUGUST 19937

 

A.J. KENNEDY 73, OF BROWN COUNTY DIED AT HIS HOME IN HAMERSVILLE.

 

 

 

OSCAR ABBOTT 34, OF CEDAR MILLS THE SON OF JOHN AND NELLIE ABBOTT. SURVIVED BY THE MOTHER, TWO SISTERS AND TWO BROTHERS. BURIAL - EAST LIBERTY CEMETERY.

 

 

 

 

 

19, AUGUST 1937

 

OSCAR McINTIRE OF COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO, DIED 10, JUNE, FORMERLY OF BUCK RUN, THE SON OF WILLIAM McINTIRE. NEVER MARRIED. SURVIVED BY A BROTHER JOHN AND A SISTER MRS. ELIZABETH CAMPBELL OF KANSAS, TWO NEPHEWS WALTER AND RALPH McINTIRE OF BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS (SONS OF THE LATE ANDREW McINTIRE OF MANCHESTER). OTHER RELATIVES SURVIVING ARE JOHN HARSHA, FLORENCE YANKEE, WILBUR McINTIRE AND MRS. E.F. YOUNG. BURIAL - COUNCIL GROVE KANSAS.

 

 

 

WILLIAM HOSEA FREEMAN SON OF THE LATE ELIAS B. AND MARY(TRICKLER) FREEMAN WAS BORN 22, JUNE 1860 IN WHITE OAK, DIED 21, JULY 1937. HE WAS THE SIXTH GENERATION OF MOSES FREEMAN, WHO WAS BORN AND REARED NEAR THE CITY OF LONDON ENGLAND AND WHO MARRIED NANCY NIGHT OF ENGLAND IN 17 ___(INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK IN THE NEWSPAPER), LATER HE AND HIS FAMILY SAILED ACROSS THE ATLANTIC OCEAN , UP THE CHEASAPEAKE BAY AND LOCATED ON THE EASTERN SHORE IN QUEEN ANN COUNTY OF MARYLAND, HIS SONS MICHAEL AND JOSEPH CAME TO ADAMS COUNTY IN 18___9 (INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK IN THE NEWSPAPER), MICHAEL LOCATED IN BLUE CREEK, JOSEPH IN WHITE OAK, AND HE AND HIS SONS MILBY AND WILLIAM BUILT OF WHITE OAK LOGS THE SECOND M.E. CHURCH EAST OF THE ALLEGHENY MOUNTAINS. WILLIAM MARRIED TAMER BEECH AND LOCATED NEAR BY, ONE OF THE SONS OF THIS COUPLE WAS ELIAS B. WHO MARRIED MARY JANE TRICKLER AND TO THEM WERE BORN EIGHT CHILDREN, WILLIAM HOSEA, DAVID N., ELIAS WHEELER, JOSEPH L., ROBERT LONGWORTH, STEEN, MOLLIE AND BEN. IN THE YEAR 1900 SOLD BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES IN PEEBLES, IN 1930 SOLD JOHN DEERE PARTS, IN 1904 SOLD BEE KEEPERS SUPPLIES. 25, JUNE 1905 MARRIED SALLIE GARMAN, THE HAD ONE SON BY ADOPTION, CHARLES G. HANS, WHO CAME FROM THE CHILDREN'S HOME IN CINCINNATI AUGUST 1912. MR. FREEMAN AND HIS FAMILY WERE NATURE LOVERS AND SPENT VACATIONS TRAVELING BY CAR TO NIAGARA FALLS, CANADA, WASHINGTON D.C., FLORIDA, MAMMOTH CAVES AND MICHIGAN. IN 1931 INVENTED AND PATENTED A GRAIN GRADER. A FAITHFUL MEMBER OF THE M.E. CHURCH AND A MEMBER OF THE CHOIR. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, SON, SISTER MOLLIE PRETTYMAN OF MARION OHIO, TWO BROTHERS, J.L. OF MARION AND ROBERT L. OF BLUE CREEK. IN 1934 LIVED WITH THE SON IN CINCINNATI.

 

 

 

25, FEBRUARY 1937

 

ALFRED C. BOLDMAN 48, OF JAYBIRD. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND ONE SON ROBERT. BURIAL - WHITE OAK CEMETERY.

 

AMELIA WOLFE 76, OF WINCHESTER, THE DAUGHTER OF JOHN AND MARGARET WOLFE WAS BORN IN WEST UNION, WENT TO WINCHESTER IN 1890. SURVIVED BY A DAUGHTER MRS. ESPA LOPE, TWO GRANDCHILDREN MISS MARY MARGARET LOPE AND MISS BETTY LOPE BOTH TEACHERS, TWO SISTERS. MRS. TILLIE SHIVENER OF WEST UNION AND MISS CAROLINE WOLFE OF WINCHESTER. BURIAL - WEST UNION.

 

 

 

25, FEBRUARY 1937

 

CHARLES A. COOK, 29, OF SAN ANSELMO, CALIFORNIA. CREMATED THURSDAY ASHES WERE TOOK TO KENTUCKY TO BE BURIED BESIDE HIS PARENTS IN BARDSTOWN CEMETERY. A NATIVE OF NELSON COUNTY, SURVIVED BY HIS WIDOW MRS. ANNE BASHFORD COOK (FORMERLY OF PEEBLES OHIO ), TWO LITTLE DAUGHTERS BARBARA SIX AND JEANNE FOUR, A SISTER MISS ROBERTA COOK OF NEW YORK CITY. HIS WIFE'S PARENTS ARE MR. & MRS. E.A. BASHFORD OF PEEBLES.

 

 

 

MRS. AURA PIATT, 82, WIDOW OF THE LATE JACOB PIATT DIED AT THE HOME OF HER DAUGHTER JENNIE ARNOLD, WHERE SHE HAD BEEN LIVING SENSE THE DEATH OF HER HUSBAND. SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS, MRS. BERTHA MOORE OF STONE CHAPEL AND MRS. ARNOLD, TWO SONS HARVEY PIATT OF PORTSMOUTH AND HARLEY OF PEEBLES. BURIAL- LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

DR. G.F. THOMAS, 80, DIED AT HIS HOME IN PEEBLES 20, FEBRUARY, A PHYSICIAN. BORN 23, JANUARY 1857 ON THE OLD STEAM FURNACE; MARRIED AGNES REYNOLDS IN 1894, NO CHILDREN. SURVIVED BY THE WIFE AND THREE BROTHERS, JUDGE J.S. THOMAS OF PORTSMOUTH, JOHN R. OF PEEBLES AND STEPHEN S. OF LEBANON, ONE SISTER MISS TILLIE GAYMAN OF PEEBLES. BURIAL - LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. ESSIE MAE BRITTON, 50, OF CHERRY FORK. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND CHARLES BRITTON AND FOUR SONS, LAWRENCE OF CINCINNATI, DAVID OF NORWOOD, KENNETH OF YELLOW SPRINGS AND DEWIGHT AT HOME, A BROTHER ERNEST RICE OF SPRINGFIELD. BURIAL - I.O.O.F. CEMETERY.

 

 

 

TWO MONTH OLD CHILD OF, MR. & MRS. THOMAS GARDNER DIED TUESDAY. BURIAL - MARBLE FURNACE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

FRED ALLEN GRIMES, 6 YEAR OLD SON OF MRS. MARGENE EBERT. THE ONLY CHILD OF MRS. EBERT, WHOSE HUSBAND DIED A FEW WEEKS AGO IN WEST VIRGINIA. GRANDPARENTS MR. & MRS. MASON COBLER. BURIAL - LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

ISAAC ALONZO DAVIS OF RUSSELLVILLE, BORN NEAR SUGARTREE RIDGE ( HIGHLAND COUNTY OHIO), 78 YEARS OLD, SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE ( LUCY CAHALL DAVIS) , TWO DAUGHTERS MRS. H.S. PICKERILL OF WINCHESTER AND MRS. W.A. JENKINS OF RIPLEY, THREE SONS CHARLEY OF RIPLEY, LON OF PORTSMOUTH AND ALBERT OF COLUMBUS; A BROTHER THOMAS OF RIPLEY OF RIPLEY, EIGHT GRANDCHILDREN AND ONE GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. BURIAL - RUSSEL CEMETERY.

 

3, JUNE 1937

 

FRANK STANLEY SPEARS, 55, OF PEEBLES. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, A DAUGHTER MRS. CLARENCE JOHNSON OF PEEBLES, AND A SON ERNEST AT HOME, A SISTER MRS. CLEM MaHAFFEY OF LEESBURG, A BROTHER DELBERT SPEARS OF(BOOMINGSBURG ?). BURIAL - BRUSH CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY.

 

 

 

ED COX, 56, OF STOUTS RUN. SURVIVED BY FOUR BROTHERS FRED, WHEELER AND NELSON OF STOUT AND JOHN OF PORTSMOUTH, TWO SISTERS MRS. MINNIE HARRIS OF WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE AND MRS. MOLLIE McGOVNEY OF STOUT. BURIAL - COX'S CEMETERY.

 

 

 

SYLVESTER HOUSIER, 46, OF PEEBLES COMMITTED SUICIDE WITH A SHOT GUN. THE FATHER OF FIVE SMALL CHILDREN, HE WAS FOUND IN THE WOODS BY AN UNCLE, WYLIE HOUSIER, THE CAUSE WAS DOMESTIC TROUBLES. THE SON OF JOSEPH AND ELIZABETH HOUSIER OF SPRINGFIELD. SURVIVED BY THE WIFE, FIVE CHILDREN, SEVERAL BROTHERS AND SISTERS. BURIAL - LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

DR. J.A. GRIMES, 60, A DENTIST FORMERLY OF PEEBLES, COMMITTED SUICIDE BY SHOOTING HIMSELF IN THE LEFT TEMPLE AT HIS HOME AT OAK HILL; HE WAS A NATIVE OF MILLERSBURG, KENTUCKY, MOVED TO JACKSON FROM CINCINNATI SEVERAL YEARS AGO AND MOVED TO OAK HILL LAST SEPTEMBER. SURVIVED BY WIFE JANE, THREE BROTHERS JOHN AND MCKAY GRIMES OF MILLERSBURG, KY., RICHARD OF PARIS, KY., ONE SISTER MRS. RACHEL MILLER OF MIAMI FLORIDA.

 

MRS. IONE SININGER, 27, WIFE OF TODD SININGER OF BENTONVILLE DIED AT CHRIST HOSPITAL OF A BRAIN TUMOR. SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND AND THREE DAUGHTERS, HER MOTHER MRS. WHEELER GROOMS OF WEST UNION, THREE BROTHERS AND THREE SISTERS, A.O. GROOMS AND OF DAYTON, MRS. RUTH MATUSCHKA, J.F. GROOMS AND FRED GROOMS OF COLUMBUS, CARL GROOMS OF DECATUR, LUTHER GROOMS OF MOWRYSTOWN, OLEN AND ETHEL GROOMS AT HOME. BURIAL - ODD FELLOWS CEMETERY IN WEST UNION.

 

JOHN GRIERSON, OF DETROIT MICHIGAN, FORMERLY OF MANCHESTER DIED OF A GUN SHOT WOUND, IT'S NOT KNOWN HOW HE GOT THE GUN SHOT. SURVIVED BY HIS MOTHER AND TWO BROTHERS ELMER AND JOE OF DETROIT, ONE SISTER OLLIE SMITH OF WINCHESTER. BURIAL - WINCHESTER.

 

GRANT WATSON, 60, OF GEORGETOWN WAS CRUSHED TO DEATH WHILE WORKING WITH A STATE HIGHWAY CREW NEAR GREEN BUSH, A LAND SLIDE STARTED AND HE WAS TRAPPED BENEATH THE SLIDE BY A LARGE ROCK.

 

 

3, JUNE 1937

 

DAVID MINOR COBLER BORN NEAR PEEBLES 22, OCTOBER 1860 DIED 24, MAY 1937 ( MONDAY ). MARRIED FLORENCE MATHEWS OF NEWPORT (LAWSHE) 19, AUGUST 1880. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, A BROTHER MASON, A SISTER LYDIA COBLER AND DAUGHTERS MRS. DORA ASKREN AND LELA COBLER, ONE SON WILLIAM AND ELEVEN GRANDCHILDREN AND TWO GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY A SON EDGAR.

 

IN MEMORY 

JOHNSON ELLISON McCARTY, DIED 3, JUNE 1936

BY; GRANDDAUGHTER BESSIE L. McCARTY.

 

 

12, AUGUST 1937

 

HARRIET ELIZABETH BURR THE DAUGHTER OF JOHN AND HANNAH CRUMMIE, WAS BORN NEAR WEST UNION 15, SEPTEMBER 1854 DIED AT GOMER OHIO 6, JULY 1937. MARRIED 20, APRIL 1884 TO PETER McKENZIE AND TO THEM WERE BORN FOUR CHILDREN, SUE McCORMICK OF BARTLESVILLE, OKLAHOMA; MARY ROBUCK OF GOMER OHIO, FRANK McKENZIE OF WEST UNION AND DRENAN McKENZIE WHO DIED SIXTEEN YEARS AGO. AFTER THE DEATH OF MR. McKENZIE ( 31, DECEMBER 1896 ), SHE MARRIED JACOB BURR IN 1898, WHO DIED 26, SEPTEMBER 1926. ALSO SURVIVED BY FOUR GRANDCHILDREN CHARLES, JAY AND KENNETH McCORMICK AND BETTY JEAN McKENZIE, ONE STEP - SON STANLEY BURR OF WEST UNION, TWO SISTERS FLORENCE SATTERFIELD AND LAURA YOUNG SATTERFIELD OF SEAMAN, ONE BROTHER JOHN CRUMMIE OF WEST UNION. OBITUARY WAS SUBMITTED BY THE FOLLOWING CHILDREN - FRANK McKENZIE, SUE McCORMICK AND MARY ROBUCK.

 

MEMORIAL

HARLEY BURNS WHO DIED 7, AUGUST 1935.

BY; WIFE ROSA AND CHILDREN.

 

2, DECEMBER 1937/PEOPLES DEFENDER

 

CHARLES TUNY, 87, FORMERLY OF WEST UNION DIED AT HIS DAUGHTERS MRS. PHILLIP HUNTER IN COLUMBUS.

 

PAUL BUSH, 47, OF WINCHESTER. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE CALLIE AND TWO DAUGHTERS MILDRED AND VERNON AT HOME AND ONE SISTER.

 

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THE PEOPLES DEFENDER 1938

 

8, SEPT. 1938

CHESTER LUTHER WOLFE, S/O CHARLES F. AND HARRIET ROTHWELL WOLFE WAS BORN 9, NOV. 1885 IN LYNX, DIED 25, AUGUST 1938 AT THE HOME OF EARL MIRANDA IN LIBERTY TWP.. MARRIED EDITH BRODT 14, NOV. 1906. SURVIVED BY THE WIFE AND THE FOLLOWING CHILDREN "

MRS. GAIL BROZEE OF WEST UNION OHIO , MRS. VIVIAN SHIVELEY AND MRS. JEAN BUTTS OF XENIA, MRS. BEULAH SKINNER OF WINCHESTER, MISS JUANITA AT HOME AND ALSO TWO BROTHERS ARTHUR OF WEST UNION AND DEWEY OF AKRON, TWO SISTERS MRS. AGNES YOUNG AND MRS. EMMA DEMINT OF WEST UNION.

 

29, DECEMBER 1938

 

MRS. ELIZA ANN SHELTON, 82 WIDOW OF GEORGE SHELTON OF NEAR PEEBLES. SURVIVED BY 5 SONS " NOBLE OF MIDLAND, WILLIAM, CONWAY AND RAY OF PEEBLES AND GEORGE AT HOME, THREE DAUGHTERS MRS. VIOLA BROOKS OF SABINA, MISS VERNA AT HOME AND MISS ANNA OF CHICAGO ILL., ONE BROTHER PERRY EVANS OF HAMBURG IA., BURIAL WAS IN THE HICKORY RIDGE CEMETERY.

 

 

R. R. PENNYWITT, FORMERLY OF MANCHESTER DIED IN CHARLESTON W.VA., LEFT ADAMS COUNTY OHIO THIRTY YEARS AGO. SURVIVED BY THE WIFE AND A SISTER MISS ROXANNA PENNYWITT OF CINCINNATI.

 

MRS. SUSAN MYERS, 31 FORMERLY OF DUNLAP, THE D/O MRS. EMMA WHITE OF DUNLAP. MRS. MYERS WAS FATALLY BURNED SATURDAY MORNING WHILE DECORATING THE CHRISTMAS TREE FOR HER DAUGHTER, WHEN HER DRESS IGNITED FROM A BURNING GAS STOVE. BURIAL - NEWMAN CEMETERY.

 

COLEMAN DAVIS, 24 OF NEAR PEEBLES DIED IN A COLUMBUS HOSPITAL FROM INJURIES HE RECEIVED IN A CAR ACCIDENT. SURVIVED BY HIS PARENTS MR. & MRS. VALENTINE DAVIS AND TWELVE BROTHERS AND SISTERS.

 

LOWELL EUGENE THOMPSON, TEN MONTH OLD S/O MR. & MRS. EVERETT THOMPSON OF LOCUST GROVE. SURVIVED BY THE PARENTS, ONE BROTHER AND TWO SISTERS. BURIAL - DUKE CEMETERY

 

17, NOVEMBER 1938

 

LENA WICKERHAM MOORE, D/O ROBERT AND ANNA BELLE WICKERHAM, WAS BORN NEAR PEEBLES 22, AUGUST 1887 AND DIED 4, NOVEMBER 1938. MARRIED IN 1903 TO JOHN E. MOORE, TO THEM WERE BORN FIVE CHILDREN, TWO OF WHOM HARRY COLEMAN AND EARL CLIFFORD DIED IN INFANCY, SURVIVED BY HUSBAND, TWO SONS JOHN ROBERT AND FAMILY OF AKRON, MARK ELGIN AND FAMILY OF PIKETON, ONE DAUGHTER JEAN KATHERYN AT HOME. THREE GRANDCHILDREN, ONE SISTER MRS. ANNA MCINTIRE OF CHERRY FORK AND ONE BROTHER ERNEST OF SEAMAN.

 

IN MEMORY

JOHN MOSTELLER, WHO DIED THE 10, NOVEMBER 1937

 A DAUGHTER CATHERINE SHANKS

 

 

 

FRANCIS SCOTT, 66 OF BENTONVILLE. SURVIVED BY WIFE RUTH AND SEVEN CHILDREN, LYMAN, MARION AND VIRGINIA AT HOME, MRS. NOAH SPURGEON OF WILMINGTON, MRS. LEE BUTTS OF SABINA, ROBERT OF WILMINGTON, AND DEWEY OF ALVIN OHIO, A BROTHER GEORGE OF WEST UNION OHIO, AND FOUR SISTERS MRS. CASH FROST OF PEEBLES, MRS. ANNA BRADFORD, MRS. DAVE SUTTERFIELD AND MRS. SUSIE FREELAND OF WEST UNION. BURIAL - I.O.O.F. CEMETERY

 

 

GERALD McCARTY, 8 MONTH OLD S/O MR. & MRS. WILSON MCCARTY OF HIGH HILL WAS BURNED TO DEATH, WHEN THEIR THREE ROOM HOUSE BURNED TO THE GROUND. THE INFANT AND TWO YEAR OLD SISTER SHIRLEY HAD BEEN LEFT WITH THE GRANDMOTHER MRS. MINOR BREWER, SHE MANAGED TO GET THE LITTLE GIRL, BUT COULD NOT REACH THE LITTLE BOY. BURIAL WAS IN THE NIXON CHAPEL CEMETERY.

 

 

EMERY BEIGHLE, 90 OF GIFT RIDGE. SURVIVED BY DAUGHTER MRS. MARGARET BRITTINGHAM AT HOME, A GRANDDAUGHTER AND FIVE GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. BURIAL - WEST UNION CEMETERY.

 

 

 

B. C. MACE, 68 OF CHERRY FORK ( MOVED THERE SEVEN YEARS AGO), FORMERLY OF CHILLICOTHE, WASHINGTON C.H. AND BROWN COUNTY OHIO. SURVIVED BY WIFE KETURAH. BURIAL - CHILLICOTHE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

B.W. RAMSEY, 76 FORMERLY OF SEAMAN DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS DAUGHTER MRS. GEORGIA STEVENSON AT HAMILTON, ALSO SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS AND ONE SON - MRS. MILDRED BEAN OF HILLSBORO, MRS. HELEN GEORGE OF NEW CASTLE IND. AND CLIFFORD OF HAMILTON.

 

 

 

FLORA OLIVE SHAW, D/O MR. & MRS. GEORGE HATTERS. BORN NEAR LOWDEN OHIO 15, NOVEMBER 1879 AND DIED AT HER HOME NEAR WESLEY CHAPEL 1, NOVEMBER 1938, MARRIED PEARL W. SHAW 2, DECEMBER 1905. SURVIVED BY HUSBAND, AGED FATHER AND A BROTHER.

 

 

 

MARRIAGE LICENSE

 

FRANCIS TUMBLESON 22 MANCHESTER

 

TO

 

ALBERTA HERNELING 23 MANCHESTER

 

REV. FRANK H. KARNES 10, NOVEMBER 1938

 

 

 

 

 

MRS. LOUISE COLVIN, 85 OF ROME. SURVIVED BY TWO SONS, WALTER OF ROME AND HARTZELL OF BLUE CREEK. BURIAL - PUTNENNY CEMETERY]

 

IN MEMORY OF OUR SON AND BROTHER ELDEN JOHNSON, WHO DIED 8, NOVEMBER 1936.

 

 

 

MRS. EMMA K. KINCAID, 86 DIED AT THE HOME OF HER DAUGHTER MRS. M.H. TRACY OF STOUT. SURVIVED BY TWO SONS W.E. OF WEST UNION AND T.W. OF EL SEGUNDA CA., THREE DAUGHTERS MRS. TRACY, MRS. J.E. CROSS OF COLUMBUS AND MRS. FRED KISSELL OF CINCINNATI. BURIAL - KIRKER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

 

 

27, OCTOBER 1938

 

MRS. BETTY E. THOMPSON, 94 WIFE OF THE LATE LOSSOM THOMPSON OF PEEBLES DIED AT THE HOME OF HER SISTER MRS. MAGGIE SPROULL OF COLUMBUS FORMERLY OF ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO. BURIAL - EVERGREEN CEMETERY.

 

OSCAR RICKEY, 59 FORMERLY OF LOCUST GROVE DIED AT HIS HOME IN CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND TWO STEP - SONS. BURIAL - BALTIMORE CEMETERY IN CINCINNATI.

 

 

 

MRS. ADELINE THOROMAN SHEELEY, DIED AT THE HOME OF HER DAUGHTER MRS. ROSA CASE OF SARDINIA. BORN 28,APRIL 1866 IN DUNKINSVILLE THE D/O WILSON AND HESTER BLACK THOROMAN, DIED 21, OCTOBER 1938. HAD LIVED IN THE WEST UNION AREA FOR THE LAST 38 YEARS. PREACHER AT THE SOUTHERN OHIO CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. HER HUSBAND LOUIS DIED 25, JANUARY 1936. SURVIVED BY THE DAUGHTER, ONE DAUGHTER EFFIE PEARL DIED AT THE AGE OF NINE YEARS. MARRIED LOUIS THE 18,DECEMBER 1884. BURIAL - WEST UNION I.O.O.F. CEMETERY.

 

 

 

3, NOVEMBER 1938

 

GILBERT LLOYD, 29 FORMERLY OF CAVE HILL DIED AT THE MIAMI VALLEY HOSPITAL AT DAYTON ( IN AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT). SURVIVED BY WIFE DOROTHY, A DAUGHTER ALICE, HIS PARENTS MR. & MRS. ISAAC LLOYD OF CAVE HILL, TWO SISTERS MRS. ANNA LOU KIDDERS OF WEST UNION AND MISS RUBY AT HOME. BURIAL - CHERRY FORK CEMETERY.

 

MRS. FLORA L. GRIMES, 71 FORMERLY OF STOUT DIED AT HER HOME IN EWING KENTUCKY. D/O MR. & MRS. ALBERT E. LOCKHART. SURVIVED BY A DAUGHTER MRS. ETHEL GRIMES OF EWING KENTUCKY, A BROTHER ALBERT OF STOUT. BURIAL - SANDY SPRINGS CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JOSEPH YOUNG, 81 OF BEASLEY FORK. SURVIVED BY WIFE MARY, A SISTER RILLA OF WEST UNION, TWO BROTHERS GEORGE OF WEST UNION AND MITCHELL OF BRUSH CREEK. BURIAL - WEST UNION I.O.O.F. CEMETERY.

 

 

 

IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY HUSBAND GLENN STORER, WHO DIED 28, OCTOBER 1932

 

AND DAUGHTER MARY RUTH WHO DIED 15, MARCH 1933.

 

BY OLIVE A. STORER

 

2314 SOUTH A STREET

 

ELWOOD, INDIANA

 

 

 

 

 

10, NOVEMBER 1938

 

MRS. ELLA M. DUZAN, DIED AT THE HOME OF REVEREND S.A. STEELE ( HAD LIVED THERE A FEW MONTHS ) HER HUSBAND BAKER DUZAN DIED SEVERAL YEARS AGO. SURVIVED BY TWO SONS CLARENCE T. AND STANLEY BOTH OF PORTSMOUTH, SIX GRANDCHILDREN, ONE BROTHER CHARLES AULT OF HAVER HILL. BURIAL - MANCHESTER I.O.O.F. CEMETERY.

 

 

 

MRS. JOHN E. MOORE, OF SEAMAN DIED IN A AKRON HOSPITAL. D/O ROBERT M. AND BELLE WICKERHAM, BORN NEAR PEEBLES. SURVIVED BY HUSBAND, AND TWO SONS AND ONE DAUGHTER " JACK R. OF AKRON, DR. MACK E. OF PIKETON AND JEAN AT HOME, THREE GRANDCHILDREN, A BROTHER ERNEST OF SEAMAN, A SISTER MRS. W.A. MCINTIRE OF CHERRY FORK. BURIAL - LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

WALTER HUGHES, 75 OF SCRUB RIDGE. SURVIVED BY WIFE EVA AND TWO SONS, WILLIAM OF WILMINGTON AND RAY AT HOME, TWO DAUGHTERS MRS. ELLA EAKINS OF WILMINGTON AND MRS. COLE AT HOME. BURIAL - MOORES CHAPEL CEMETERY.

 

 

 

JOSEPH E. YOUNG, BORN IN GREEN TOWNSHIP 9, SEPTEMBER 1857 DIED 28, OCTOBER 1938. THE S/O PATTERSON AND ELLEN MORRISON YOUNG. MARRIED MARY MINERVA YOUNG IN MAY 1894, NO CHILDREN WERE BORN TO THEM. HE WAS ONE OF NINE CHILDREN, SURVIVING ARE MITCHELL, GEORGE AND CORDILLA K., DECEASED ARE WILLIAM, JOHN, LOUISA, ALICE AND MAGGIE. ALSO SURVIVED BY THE WIFE.

 

 

 

 

 

IN MEMORY OF

 

IVA HEMMING, WHO DIED THE 4, NOVEMBER 1937 AT THE AGE OF FOUR YEARS, THE D/O MR. & MRS. JAMES HEMMING OF NEAR PORTSMOUTH.

 

SUBMITTED BY AN AUNT

 

 

 

 

 

MILTON T. NEWMAN, 69 OF PEEBLES. SURVIVED BY WIFE CHARITY, A SON VIRGIL OF COLUMBUS AND A DAUGHTER MRS. ALMA BRODT OF COLUMBUS AND A BROTHER NEWTON OF PEEBLES. BURIAL - LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY.

 

 

 

27, OCTOBER 1938

 

MRS. MALINDA SWONGER, 81 FORMERLY OF BELFAST, DIED AT THE HOME OF HER SON FRANK IN HILLSBORO OHIO. ALSO SURVIVED BY ANOTHER SON LON OF BELFAST AND A DAUGHTER MRS. ALEX EASTER OF BELFAST.

 

 

 

MRS. WILLIAM RUBLE, 55 HUNG HER SELF ON THERE FARM IN HILLSBORO OHIO. SURVIVED BY HUSBAND, THREE CHILDREN, ONE BROTHER AND THREE SISTERS. BURIAL - LYNCHBURG CEMETERY.

 

 

 

LORENA COLLINS HUMBLE, DIED AT HER HOME IN CRESENT CITY, ILL. BORN IN BLUE CREEK OHIO 30, JULY 1893, MARRIED IN BLUE CREEK 29, JANUARY 1910 TO EVERETT W. HUMBLE. TWO DAUGHTERS HELEN MARJORIE AT HOME AND MRS. CARL SAMELSON OF WATSEKA ILL. . SURVIVED BY THREE SISTERS MRS. E.W. ELLIOTT OF FOWLER IND., MRS. N.R. TOLLE OF WATSEKA ILL. AND MRS. W.F. LUBBEN OF CRESENT CITY ILL., BURIAL - FLECHER CEMETERY CRESENT CITY ILLINOIS.

 

 

 

MRS. DOLLY ANN LEWIS, 18 THE WIFE OF RALPH LEWIS OF MONROE TOWNSHIP. SURVIVED BY THE HUSBAND, FATHER LAYTON WALKER OF MONROE TOWNSHIP, TWO SISTERS MRS. LILLIAN RUARK AND MISS LUELLA WALKER OF PORTSMOUTH, SIX BROTHERS CHESTER OF CINCINNATI, DAVID AND WILLARD OF GENEVA ILLINOIS, ROY, ELMER AND JACK OF MANCHESTER. BURIAL - MANCHESTER I.O.O.F. CEMETERY.

 

 

 

 

 

CARD OF THANKS

 

TO THOSE WHO HELPED IN ANY WAY DURING THE LOSS OF OUR DEAR HUSBAND AND BROTHER;

 

SIGNED; MRS. CHARLES JONES, HIS BROTHER AND SISTERS.

 

 

 

 

 

JOHN SININGER, 85 OF SPRIGG TOWNSHIP. SURVIVED BY WIFE ( MAMIE ) FOUR DAUGHTERS MRS. MARY ROBINSON OF KANSAS, MRS. KATE PYLE AND MRS. ALMA BARR OF MANCHESTER AND MISS SUSIE SININGER AT HOME, SIX SONS AUGUSTUS OF CINCINNATI, WILLIAM OF CALIFORNIA, ALBERT OF MAYSVILLE KENTUCKY, JENNINGS OF WEST UNION, RAYMOND OF BENTONVILLE AND TODD AT HOME, TWO SISTERS MRS. MAGGIE MCCARTY OF DECATUR AND ,RW. LOUISE LANG OF MANCHESTER, THREE BROTHERS ROBERT OF WINCHESTER. THOMAS OF WEST UNION AND JAMES OF MANCHESTER. BURIAL - KIRKER CEMETERY.

 

 

 

TOMMY DAVID HARMON, FOUR MONTH OLD SON OF MR. & MRS. CLYDE HARMON OF WEST UNION, DIED IN CHILDRENS HOSPITAL. SURVIVED BY THE PARENTS, A SISTER MARCELLA AND HIS GRANDPARENTS MR. & MRS. S.A. GAFFIN OF BENTONVILLE AND FRANK HARMON.

 

 

 

GEORGE HAMMOND, 89 OF LOUDEN. SURVIVED BY WIFE MARY, A SON RAY AT HOME AND A DAUGHTER MRS. SYLVIA FROST OF SINKING SPRINGS. BURIAL - DUNKARD CEMETERY

 

 

 

 

 

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10, MARCH 1955 DEFENDER

 

SARAH JANE ( CAMPBELL ) EVANS, OLDEST DAUGHTER OF AMERICA AND WILBUR CAMPBELL, WAS BORN SEPTEMBER 11, 1878 AND DIED FEBRUARY 26, 1955. SHE MARRIED FLOYD W. EVANS ON JUNE 19, 1901, AND THEY HAD SEVEN CHILDREN: MRS. DOLLIE FITE, MRS. WELDA SHIVELEY, MRS. BERDIE CHAMBLIN, MRS. DORA CHAMBLIN ALL OF WHOM ARE SURVIVORS; DECEASED ARE TWO OTHER DAUGHTERS MRS. STELLA THOMAS AND MRS. NELLIE COOPER, BOTH OF OTWAY. ONE SON RHODA EVANS OF LUCASVILLE, OHIO ALSO SURVIVES, PLUS GRANDCHILDREN AND GREAT GRANDCHILDREN; TWO SISTERS, BINA HARPER AND MARY CROSS AND ONE BROTHER SAM CAMPBELL. SEVEN BROTHERS AND ONE SISTER PRECEDED HER IN DEATH.



                                                                            ADAMS  COUNTY DEATHS  1889

 The Adult Dead of 1889

The following list is names of the persons dying in this county during the year 1889,
over 21years of age as returned by the assessors. The unusual number of old persons
in the list will be at once noticed. Out of 165 names, 107 of them are over 50 years of age.

Manchester

Catherine E. Scott 38
John A. Scott 20
Abraham Sowers 82
Perry Shipley 47
W. H. Bowman 43
Fannie Cooley 23
C. E. LaPort 26?
W. McKinney 21

Mineral Springs

Sylvester Parks 54
Emry Riley 22
Joseph Shoemaker 29
Elnora Skidmore 39
Paul Williams 96
Elizabeth Bradny 32
Robert Corothers 80
Elizabeth Keys 72
H. L Marcum 25
Sarah Nevil 88

Jacksonville

Druzilla Powers 60
Wm T. Ramsy 60
U. S. Thoroman 55?
Elizabeth Wasburn 47
Milton Gardner 36
Mariah Graham 21
Ellen Mathias 66
Eliza Morgan 43

Cedar Mills

Elizabeth Morrison 72
Sarah R. Taylor 23
Dugald Thompson 71
Hattie Anderson 25
Mary Copas 64
David N. Freeman 26?

Churn Creek

James Parks 24?
Mary Cattel 27
Henry Drake 66
Elizabeth Gunnel 78
Mahala Kratzer 42

Bratton

James W. Jones 75
Allen Turner 65?
Elizabeth Throman 81?
Wm. Carter 76
Sarah Hix 34
F. O.Hughes 48

Monroe

Isabel Vance 84
Samuel Wallace 24
Harrison Wilson 78?
Charles Gash 25
Lucinda E. Lindsey 66


 Rome

Amanda Greenough 36
George Metscar 61
James Roberts 37
Martin Cox 77
George Dobson 81
W. W. Ellison 64?

Bradysville

Mary Jane Eads 39
Sarah Rogers 79
Mary A. Wilson 54
John M. Bolis 25
Mary A. Bradford 75
Robert S. Daily 66

Sandy Springs

Charity McGraw 65
Julia Shafer 66
Alice Wright 46
Henry England 75
Richard Hayslip 59

Oliver

James Helterbran 62
Margaret Ellison 73
Margaret Coleman 59
Rebecca Thornburg 68

Wamsleyville

John P. Graham 43
W. M. Gragg 70
Mary J. Matheny 45
Hester Attis 98
J. Mad. Bradney 79

Lynx

Hannah McGovney 75
Phebe Newman 65
Elisbth Armstrong 71
Mary J. Fear 54

Franklin

James Johnson 82
Ruth Leonard 78
Rachel A. Riley 52?
Wm Henry Reno 74
Emma Reno 74
Nancy J. Shoemaker 66
Sam'l Shoemaker 66
Elizabeth Boyd 66
Elizabeth Bradney 36?
Chrissie A. Crissmn 52
Catharine Gaffin 46
Jacob Hines 83?
Levi Helterbran 79
Mary Horn 68

 

The People's Defender, West Union OH; 27 Jun 1889

[NB: The copy was not clear in places, so some ages are my best guess.]

Contributed by: Yvonne Dishon

 


 

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