Miscellaneous Coshocton County, Ohio Obituary Abstracts
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|Mrs. J.F. ALBERTSON 58, May 1917, Coshocton. Flora CARPENTER b Killbuck
Twp. Md John F. ALBERTSON (of Millersburg) abt 38 yrs. ago. Survived by
husband, 3 children: Harry of Keene Twp, Dale of the home and Mrs. Garfield
WOOD, Coshocton. 2 bros Sanford CARPENTER, Killbuck and Herbert CARPENTER
of Barberton, OH. COD: Arteriosclerosis. Bu South Lawn Cem "Coshocton Tribune
22 May 1917"
John ALBERTSON 73, d 25 Oct 1868, Holmes Co. "Holmes Co. Farmer 12 Nov 1868"
Mrs. Nancy ALBERTSON, Sr. d 22 Mar 1879 Millersburg, Holmes Co., OH. B 20 Apr 1802, Belmont Co., OH dau of Robert and Sarah BELL. Md John ALBERTSON 5 Mar 1818 who d Oct 1868. 13 children, 12 lived to maturity, 11 survive. 62 grandchrildren and 42 great-grandchildren. COD: Paralysis "Holmes Co. Farmer 27 Mar 1879"
Charles W. BALCH 79, Coshocton; b 24 Jun 1840 Martinsburg, OH (near Walhonding). Md 13 Sep 1865 Francis C. WOOD. Survived by 8 children; John W., Judge A., Harry L. BALCH of Coshocton; Mrs. Violet BOND, Omaha, NE, Mrs Corrine WILDERMUTH, Pomeroy, OH, Mrs. Pauline B. WATSON and Carrie OGLE, Coshocton and 8 grandchildren. Bro Samuel BALCH, Earl, AR; Sis Sara M. WOOD, Coshocton. Paulbearers: Edward CURTIS, Charles SHAFFER, Johnson SMITH, W.W. FLETCHER, E.E. REAMER and John BALCH. COD: rheumatism and neurosis. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune 29 Nov 1919"
Mrs. Charles W. BALCH 70, d Oct 1916 Coshocton; b Canal Lewisville 7 Jul 1846 dau of Andrew G. WOOD. Md 13 Sep 1865 Charles W. BALCH. Oldest child Viola BOND, Omaha, NE is 50 today. COD: Stroke. "Coshocton Tribune 22 Oct 1916"
George BALCH 73 d Canal Lewisville; b Knox Co. OH. Survived by 4 daus Mrs. E.E. REAMER, Mrs John McCLEARY of West Lafayette, the Misses Leura and Nanna BALCH of the home, and John BALCH of Canal Lewisville. 2 Sis Mrs Joseph WOOD and Mrs. Fulton SAYER, Coshocton and 2 bros Charles of Coshocton and Samuel of MO. Paulbearers: Curtis BOYD, Allen WIER, George WEST, Herman CARNAHAN, T.B. RAENFREW, Milton ELLIOTT. COD: Heart trouble. Bu Canal Lewisville Cem "Coshocton Tribune 9 Sep 1911"
George A. BALCH d East of Newcomerstown, OH; b 15 Aug 1899 White Eyes Twp, son of L.J. and Margaret BALCH. Md Elizabeth L. LYONS 17 Aug 1931. 3 children; George, Mary Elizabeth and Margaret Louise. Survived by father L.J. and 2 bros Charles of Coshocton and Guy of Dennison. Bu West Lafayette. "Coshocton Tribune 20 Jul 1937"
Guy BALCH d Jul 1939; b 2 Feb 1901 White Eyes twp, son of John and Margaret BALCH. Bro Charles, sister in-law Mrs. George BALCH. COD: Heart Disease. Bu West Lafayette Cem "Coshocton Tribune 25 Jul 1939"
Mrs. John BALCH d West Lafayette, OH; b Margaret HOLDERBAUM near New Bedford. Survived by 3 sons Charles, George and Guy of the home; 5 bros and 3 sis: Alonzo HOLDERBAUM of Canton, Perry of Massilon, George of West Lafayette, Lloyd of New Bedford, and Edwin who is not permanently settled; Lena of Dover, Mrs. William HAGER, Coshocton and one other sister. COD: Childbirth (child did not survive). Bu West Lafayette Cem " Coshocton Tribune 14 Apr 1919"
Mrs. Malinda BALCH 80, Coshocton d 30 Mar 1893 at home of dau Mrs. R.F. SAYER. "Coshocton Age 31 Mar 1893, Coshocton Democrat 4 Apr 1893"
Walter Butler BEEBE 78, d Apr 1894, Columbus; b 1816 Cadiz, Harrison Co., OH. Bro James W. BEEBE of Coshocton. Children Stewart BEEBE and Mrs. NORRIS, both of Columbus and Mrs. E.Z. HAYS. "Coshocton Democrat 24 Apr 1894"
Mrs. William L. (Lula Mae) BONTRAGER, 74, formerly of Oak St., West Lafayette, d. Campus Center, Otterbein Village, Lebanon, Ohio. b. July 21, 1900 Lancaster, Ohio d/o Homer and Glispie SITES. m. 1925 Mr. BONTRAGER who survives. Surviving, daughter Mrs. Alva (Esther) HARDESTY, Coshocton; sis Mrs. Alice RILEY, Cass City, MI; bro Walter SITES, Cleveland; three grandsons, one bro deceased. Services at Dawson Funeral Home,bu South Lawn Cemetery. "Coshocton Tribune 1974"
William BUCKLESS (BOOKLESS) 78, d Jun 1909 Coshocton Co, OH. Children JamesBUCKLESS and Mrs. Richard TOOKER of Coshocton; Mrs. Wm. McCOY, Pleasant Valley; Mrs. D.M. JENNINGS, Franklin twp; Mrs. Jos. SHRIGLEY, Jackson twp; Mrs. David LILLIBRIDGE, Conesville; George BUCKLESS, Coalport. COD: Bright's Disease "Coshocton Daily Times 23 Jun 1909"
Park BUCKLEW, 72, d 28 Feb 1905 Dallas IA; b Coshocton Co., OH 25 Feb
1833. Md Mahala E. SALYARDS 1854 who d 1884 Logan Co. KS. Children: Lizzie
A. and W.L. BUCKLEW of near Knoxville, IA; Isaac J. BUCKLEW of Hays, KS;
Mary I. ANDERSON, Dallas, IA and Sherman P. and Eugene L. BUCKLEW on a
farm near Knoxville, IA. One child d in infancy.
Ingabie BUCKLEW CAMPBELL 70, wife of Joel S. CAMPBELL, d Knoxville, IA. B Coshocton county, OH 9 Oct 1831. Md 27 March 1849. 9 children, two sons, seven daughters, three of whom preceded her to the spirit world. "Coshocton Age December 23, 1902"
Jennie CAMPBELL 56, d Jun 1913, Coshocton. B Lanark, Scotland. Survived by husband and following children: Alexander LAIRD Jr., Miss Margaret LAIRD, Harry LAIRD and Malcomb LAIRD all of Coshocton, James LAIRD and Mrs. Thomas STULL of Sebring, OH. One brother Malcomb CAMPBELL and one sis Mrs. Alexander WALKER of Homestead, PA. COD: Cancer. Bu South Lawn Cem, Rev. George BREWER officiating. "Coshocton Morning Tribune 10 Jun 1913"
John CARPENTER 80, d Oxford 20 Feb 1872; b 10 Dec 1792 Carpenter's Sta, Jefferson Co., OH. W of 1812 Vet. Had 8 sons (7 survive), 1 dau. "Holmes Co. Farmer 6 Mar 1872"
William M. CARPENTER 55,d Killbuck Twp 24 Jan 1890. COD: Cancer. Bd Christy Chapel. "Holmes Co. Farmer 23 Jan 1890"
Mrs. Amelia (RANDLES) CHEEVER, 98, d. 1 Jul 1953 Winfield, KS, b. 15 May 1855 (Coshocton Co.), OH, md. 1 Sep 1872 David D. CHEEVER, moved to KS in 1896, 2 surviving ch.: Mrs. Ed LAWRENCE, Burden, KS and Charles O. CHEEVER. Monrovia, CA, 16 grandch., 23 gr. grandch., 11 gr. gr. grandch. "Winfield (KS) Daily Courier 1 Jul 1953"
Mrs. Hannah B. CLARK, nearly 80, wid of late William CLARK, d Bethlehem twp. Survived by 7 child. Svs conducted by Revs. R. P. HUDNALL and C. W. JONES, Prairie Chapel Chur. Bu adjoining burial ground. "Democrat Standard, Feb 5, 1897"
David R. COOK 84, d Nov 1887 Plainfield; b 11 Mar 1803 Washington
Co. PA. Father of 14 children. "Coshocton Democrat 8 Nov 1887"
Samuel COX 88, Conesville, Rte 2, CW Vet, Co. F. 87th OVI , d March 22,1926. B April 16, 1837 s/o Hamilton and Rachel (HARDESTY) COX. Md. November 28, 1858 Miss Mary KREIDER. 12 children were born. 7 survive him: Isaac, Adams Mills; Howard, of Beatrice, Nebr.; Emmanuel, of Coshocton; Mrs. O. G. McCOY, Coshocton Rte 6; Marvin and Mrs. J. E. McFARLAND, both of Dresden and Melvin of the late home. Four daughters and one son preceeded him. Bu Cox Cemetery
John CRAMBLETT 45, d Apr 1894, Coshocton. Lived MO. Relative of Wm. RICHESON. "Coshocton Democrat 24 Apr 1894"
Ephrain CULLISON 70, d Perry twp. COD: Dropsy. Bu Wilson Chapel. "The Democratic Standard Friday 14 Sept., 1894"
George Washington CULLISON 52, member M.E. church, also ex soldier. Leaves a wife and 4 child. COD: Heart failure. Bu Wilson Chapel Cem under auspices of G.A.R. Nichols Post, New Castle. Rev. B.F. BELL officiating. "The Democratic Standard Friday, 7 April 1893"
Ralph J. DARLING, 63, Millersburg Route 3, d 2 a. m. June 19,1968, Mt. Carmel Hospital, Columbus. B Apr 4, 1905, in Paulding Co, son of William and Effie WILSON DARLING. Md Aug. 17, 1925, Lillian SPANG, who survives. Member Warsaw Presbyterian Church, Carpenters Local 525, Associate member of the FOPA. Also Surviving 2 daus, Mrs. Raymond (Beverly) PATTERSON, Clark and Mrs. Paul (Betty) STINGEL, Marble Falls, TX; 2 bros, Dent DARLING, Hebron and Dallas DARLING, Syracuse, N.Y.; 3 sis, Mrs. Burgess (Ina) GRACE and Mrs. Harry (Rilla) DENNY, both of Mansfield, and Mrs. Grover (Mary) SMITH of Cuyahoga Falls, and 5 grandchildren. 3 bros and a sis are deceased. Services Fischer Funeral Home, Warsaw, by Rev. John RUSSELL, assisted by Rev. Ernest BACON. Bu Warsaw. "Coshocton Tribune June 19,1968"
Robert Bruce DARLING, 43, native of Warsaw, d at 5 a.m. Jan. 4, 1958, Columbus. B Apr 29, 1914, son of the late Carl E. and Emily DARR DARLING. Survived by brother, Dwight DARLING, Columbus, sister, Mrs. William H. WILLIAMS, Sullivan, IN. COD: Massive infection. Funeral at Fischer funeral home, Warsaw. Bu Valley View cem Rev. Paul MILLER,Warsaw Nazarene church to conduct the svs. "The Coshocton Tribune prob Jan. 4, 1958"
Mrs. Caroline DILLON 62, d Jackson twp, b Keene, resided Canal Lewisville. Spouse Frank DILLON, Sr.; Son Frank DILLON, Jr.; bro, J. N. WOOD, two sis's, Mrs. Pauline CRAWFORD and Mrs. Charles BALCH, all of Coshocton. COD: Tuberculosis. Bu Canal Lewisville Cem, Rev. M.B. MEADE officiating. "Coshocton Tribune (maybe)15 Sep 1916"
Francis W. DILLON 73, CW Vet, d at home of niece, Mrs Albert NICHOLSHIS, Coshocton. Son of Thomas DILLON. Md 1st Susan CLARK, had son Clyde DILLON. Md 2nd Caroline WOOD, had son F.T. DILLON who resides near Roscoe. Bro. A????? DILLON. COD: Dropsy, bu Canal Lewisville. "Coshocton Tribune (maybe) 7 Apr. 1918"
Son of Robert DOUGLASS 6 yrs Pittsburgh, PA, formerly of Coshocton. Bu Oak Ridge Cem. "Democratic Standard 8 Jul 1898"
Mrs. Almira ELLIOTT 60, wid of late David ELLIOTT, Clark twp. COD: Heart disease. Bu Blissfield."The Coshocton Democrat, Mar 7, 1899"
William EMLER, 90, d Wills Creek; b Muskingum Co, Oct 12, 1827. M 1851 Margaret BAINTER. 14 child. Wife and 4 child deceased. Surviving: Mrs. George HUTCHISON, Mrs. Oliver FORTUNE of Willow Brook; Mrs. Ben WILDEN of Tyndall; Irwin of Bloomfield; Anderson of Birds Run; Richard of Tyndall; Lon of Plainfield; Rudolph of Maysville, and John and Morris of Conesville. One bro Lewis EMLER, of Missouri, and one sis, Eva (not legible) of Cambridge; 42 gchild and 18 (not clear) ggchild survive. COD: Heart trouble. Svs by Rev. A. P. REES (not sure of last name bad copy),Franklin M.P. Church and Bu Harmony Cem. "Coshocton Tribune and Times Age Sunday, May 12, 1918"
Nena Estella FINNELL 27, Roscoe, wife of Bartlett FINNELL. Dau
of Robert KYLE, Coshocton. Had 4 children, 2 survive her. Bu Roscoe Cem.
"Coshocton Age 8 Jul 1898"
Peter FISHER 96 d Aug 1871 Lakeville, IN "St. Joseph Valley Register 24 Aug 1871"
Simon FISHER 69, d Mar 1911 Coshocton, OH. CW Vet. Spouse Mrs. Linnie FISHER. Three small children and Mrs. Fred MARTIN and Mrs. Theodore MARANG; step-son Ernest MIDDY. COD: Asthma and grip "Coshocton Daily Times 13 Mar 1911"
Mrs. Mina FORTUNE (should be Nina) 76, Fresno, b. April 1, 1888 Tiffin, Ohio daughter of Frank and Louise HEIZEL HELLER m. Oct 1, 1908 to Lewis W. FORTUNE, who died Jan 26, 1960. Member of Fresno Methodist Church. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Homer (Louise) SHARP of Newcomerstown, Mrs. George (Clara) SMITH of Dover, Mrs. Harry (Laura) STONEBROOK of Fresno and Mrs Wilma PATTERSON of West Lafayette; a foster son, Paul BUCKHOLTZ of Glen Burnie, Md; sis grandchildren and one great-grandchild One son and a sister are deceased. Bu in Fairview Cemetery at Fresno. "Coshocton Tribune"
M. Marlene FREETAGE, 54 of 551 N. George St.,West Lafayette, d Nov. 21, 1996, Coshocton. B. Nov. 20, 1942, Zanesville, dau of the late Floyd and Madeline (LAWYER) WILLIAMSON. M Allan "Max" FREETAGE, Sept. 17, 1960. He survives. Four daughters, Nancy FREETAGE, Annette SIRRINE and husband Joe, Joann ALLEN and husband Tracy, and Kelly WINNER and husband, David, all of West Lafayette; 10 grandchildren, Nancy Sirrine, Joseph Sirine II, Brenna Allen, Breann Allen, Amanda Dreher, Tommy Dreher II, Zachary Allen, Crislyn Freetage, William Allen and Max Freetage II, all of West Lafayette; a brother, Bill WILLIAMSON of Coshocton; and three sis, Nancy NORMAN and Linda MOLAY, both of Newcomerstown and Mary "Mag" WHYDE of West Lafayette. Preceded in death by two brothers, Chuck WILLIAMSON and Jimmy WILLIAMSON. Bu Fairfield Cemetery in West Lafayette, Pastor Robert SIRRINE officiating. "Coshocton Tribune, November 22, 1996"
Abram GASKILL, 82, d 5 Jan 1887, Cambridge OH . He came from NJ 1832, settled in Linton twp. Boot and shoemaker by trade, long citizen of Plainfield."Coshocton Semi Weekly Age Feb. 8, 1887"
Mrs. Anna GASKILL, 89 d Plainfield. Anna MILLER b 1830 Scotland, coming to America when she was a child. Husband J.B. GASKILL died nine years ago. Survived by five sons, two daughters, as follows: Franklin GASKILL, St. Charles, IA, Albert GASKILL, Des Moines, IA, H.H. GASKILL, Warsaw; William GASKILL, Plainfield, Calvin GASKILL, Coshocton; Mrs. William LONGABAUGH, Metz MO.; Mrs Marion UMSTOTT, WA. COD: complication of disease incident to old age. No heading--probably "Coshocton Democrat May 22, 1919"
Dorotha GASKILL, the bright little two year old daughter of Captain and Mrs. H.H. GASKILL, Warsaw. COD: poss la grippe. "Coshocton A????? February 12, 1897"
Dau of H.W. GASKILL, Plainfield, about fifteen years old d last Tuesday night. COD: Consumption. "Semi Weekly Age Dec 10, 1886"
Mrs. Mame GASKELL, 28, Warsaw bur near that village last Tuesday. She had been an invalid for several months. "Democratic Standard March 13, 1891"
Mrs. Jennie H. GAUMER 70, of West Lafayette, d 1970 Columbus, OH; b 5 Apr 1900 Guernsey Co. dau of Anderson and Ella MARLOW EMLER. Md John A. GAUMER Sr. 20 Oct 1917 who d 7 Oct 1968. Sons, Edward C., Fresno and John Jr., Coshocton; daus, Mrs Raymond (Nellie) TURNBULL and Mrs. Norman (Betty) DEAN , both of Keene; Sis, Mrs. Grant DEAN and Mrs. Grover WILLIAMS both of West Lafayette; bros, Clark, Dewey and Palm all of Newcomerstown and Robert EMLER, Guernsey. Deceased are 2 sons, 2 sisters and 2 bros. "Coshocton Tribune"
John A. GAUMER Sr. 82 d Coshocton, b 24 Oct 1885 at Linton Mills, Coshocton Co., son of Aron A. and Eliza JOHNSTON GAUMER. Md 20 Oct 1917 Jeannie H. EMLER. Sons, Edward C. of Fresno and John GAUMER,Jr. of Coshocton; Daus Mrs Raymond (Nellie) TURNBULL dnd Mrs. Norman (Betty) DEAN, both of Keene."Coshocton Tribune"
Mrs. Hiram GILMORE 74, Layland. Margaret b Coshocton Co.25 Dec 1846. Md 1861 Hiram GILMORE . He d ca 1901. Survived by 4 children, Mrs. D. L. GILBERT of Barberton; Mrs.William MIDDAUGH of Killbuck; Simon GILMORE of Layland, and Mrs. William AMES of the home; one sis Mrs. Elizabeth WILLIAMS of Killbuck; 2 bros William and Jacob LAYLAND, of Des Moines, IA. COD: Apoplexy. Rev. BROWN, of Killbuck, officiated at Big Run Chapel. "Coshocton Tribune (maybe) 7 Apr 1918"
Henry GLOSSER 45, Conesville. b. August 29, 1891 Va Twp, son of Mr. & Mrs Llewelyn GLOSSER. Mother deceased. Surviving are widow and nine children: Mrs. Fran UGLE and Mrs. Edmund HARDESTY, of Conesville; Warren, Madeline, Kathleen, Wayne, Vearl, Vonnie and Ronald, of the home; three sisters: Mrs. Kathryn WHITE of Columubus, Mrs. Anna WHITEUS of Conesville and Mrs. Harry MINOR, Conesville, and a brother John GLOSSER, Coshocton. Member of Conesville M.E. church. Bu South Lawn Cemetery. "Coshocton Tribune Saturday June 26, 1937"
Wanda Grace GUTHRIE 27, formerly Conesville, d. Mercy hospital, Pittsburg. Daughter of Oren and Grace GUTHRIE, Granddaughter of Mrs. Irene B>HARDESTY, Conesville. Surviving are two sisters: Mrs. Oveda KERSTETTER, Phoenix, AZ and Mrs. Ray HIBBS, Beallsville PA. Bu South Lawn. "Coshocton Tribune Saturday April 11, 1959"
Alfred E. HARDESTY, 40, Fresno. W.L. BROWNING, 30, of Coshocton coworker. Kenneth KINKLEY, county engineer. Alfred b nr Adams Mills Oct. 2, 1902 m. Aug 4, 1926 Opal LEAVENGOOD, Fresno who survives. Other survivors: son Alva, 13, mother Mrs. Florence HARDESTY, Fresno Rt.1; grandmother Mrs. Emma PEPPER, Fresno Rt1; Bros and siss, Mrs. William EVERHART, William HARDESTY, Telford HARDESTY, Mrs. William LINT, Miss Vesta HARDESTY, David HARDESTY of the US Army in Texas, Clifford HARDESTY. Funeral in home, Rev. Glenroy SHOUP in charge. COD: Bridge Collapse Beaver Run, nr Warsaw. Bu in Fairview Cemetery, Fresno. "Coshocton Tribune September 3, 1943"
Edward HARDESTY 83, New Moscow d at home of son John. B and reared in
Chalfants vicinity. Wife died 15 years ago, Survived by four sons: Frank,
Howard and Noah HARDESTY of Conesville, David of Illinois, and one daughter
Mrs. William MILLS of near Adams Mills. 32 grandchildren and five great
grandchildren. Last of a family of 13 children. Funeral Chalfants Church.
Rev W.E. HOPKINS of Conesville.
John Alva HARDESTY 61, Fresno Route 1, d Coshocton, after accident at Hardesty and Son Mine. B Wakatomika Dec 13, 1880, son of Edmond and Sara Jane HARDESTY. m. Dec 21, 1901 Florence PEPPERof Conesville. Surviving: five sons, Alfred of Fresno, William of West Lafayette, Telford of Coshocton, Clifford and David of the home.; three daus, Mrs. William EVERHART of Stone Creek, Mrs. William LINT of West Lafayette, and Vesta of the home; 13 gchild, and two bros, Henry and Noah of Conesville. Dau Sara Jane deceased. Funeral and bur Branch Church Cem. Rev. C. D. FIRSTER and Rev. Glenroy SHOUP. "Coshocton Tribune February 12, 1942"
Noah B. HARDESTY 73, b. April 14, 1878 in Muskingum Co, son of Edmund and Sarah Jane GROVES HARDESTY, m. april 26, 1899 to Arzada LAYTON who survives. Member Chalfant Methodist Church. Survived by five sons, William H. and Charles, Coshocton, Laurel, Columbus, Leonard, Newark and Kenneth, Uhrichville; one dau Mrs. William PENDERGRASS, Dayton; five gchild and one g-gchild. Two daus are deceased. Bur in South Lawn Cemetery. "Coshocton Tribune September 4, 1951"
Sarah Jane HARDESTY, 9, dau of Mr. & Mrs. John HARDESTY of near Branch. Six siblings Alfred, Opal, William, Telford, Letha and Vesta all of the home. COD: Diptheria. "Coshocton Tribune January 15, 1916"
Jonathan HERSHBERGER, abt 66, leaves wife and several grown sons and daus. COD: Apoplectic fit. Bu Sugar Creek, Tuscarawas Co. "Democratic Standard 8 Jul 1898"
C.B. HERSHMAN b 1850 died 8/11/1914 Coshocton, OH. Md 1st to Julia RICHARDSON who d 2/22/1885. Md 2nd to Hattie WARING in 11/1890 (she of Portsmouth, OH). Surviving children: Harold J. and Charles Orley HERSHMAN of Nettleton, MO., W.T. HERSHMAN, Richmond , IN, Mrs. Rosanna PRIEST of Loudonville, OH, T.W. HERSHMAN, Coshocton, Edward HERSHMAN, Gallipolis, OH, Mrs. C.L. DENMAN,Coshocton, OH, Miss Sarah and Howard HERSHMAN, Toledo, OH. COD: Heart trouble. "Coshocton Morning Tribune 12 Aug 1914"
John HULL 63, so. of Coshocton d May 1896. Bu So. Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Democrat 16 May 1896, Democratic Standard 22 May 1896"
Marion HULL, Sr. 63 near Mt. Zion d May 1896. "Coshocton Age 26 May 1896"
Abigail JENNINGS 87, d 18 Mar 1898 Tuscarawas twp, b 27 May 1810, near Romney, VA, dau of Lewis and Rachel POWELSON Md Joseph JENNINGS had 11 children. 5 sons; Orin, Hiram, Harrison, Leander and Joseph and one grandson J.A. JENNINGS were pallbearers. "Democratic Standard 25 Mar 1898"
Hiram JENNINGS 74, d Jul 1939 Coshocton, OH. B 8 Oct 1864, Coshocton, son of Orin and Susan JENNINGS. Md 4 Jul 1888 Sarah WILDEN. Sons Ray and Archie, both of Coshocton. Sis: Mrs. Jane GRAY of Springfield, OH; Mrs. William WEST and Mrs Price OWEN, both of West Lafayette. Bro William JENNINGS of Morgan Run vicinity. "Coshocton Tribune 7 July 1939"
Hiram JENNINGS 85, d Jun 1914, Plainfield Rd., Coshocton Co CW Vet. Dau Mrs. H.C. ARONHALT of the home farm and Mrs. C.D. CONLEY, Plainfield, OH. COD: Cancer. "Coshocton, 2 June 1914"
Orin JENNINGS 85, d Mar 1911 Coshocton, OH. CW Vet. Md Susan WELLS, 8 children; Lewis of Bacon Run, Wm. O. Morgan Run vicinity, Alexander of Franklin twp, Hiram of Coshocton, Mrs Price OWENS, Mrs. Mary WERTS, Mrs. William WEST and, Mrs. Jane GRAY, all of West Lafayette. 2nd wife Harriet LAW. "Coshocton Morning Tribune March 1911"
Leander JENNINGS 95, d Nov 1938 Coshocton, OH. CW Vet. B 13 Apr 1843, Franklin twp, son of Joseph and Abigail JENNINGS. No children, reared niece Mrs. Lee FORTUNE and foster son Charles JONES. "Coshocton Tribune 3 Nov 1938"
Joseph JENNINGS, b June 1802, NJ, d Aug 1888, Franklin twp, Coshocton Co. OH. Md 1826 Abigail POWELSON. 10 sons, 1 dau. "Coshocton Semi Weekly Age 21 Aug 1888"
Carrie JONES 104, d 25 Nov 1991 Newark, OH; b 10 Sep 1887 Coshocton, dau of Willard and Cora BOOKLESS McCOY. Md 1. George CARPENTER, 2. Charles L. JONES. Daus Nellie BRYAN of Conesville, Irma RANDLES of Adams Mills, Jeri NUTTER and Helen MAPLE of Newark. "Coshocton Tribune Nov 1991"
John KEISTE, d at the residence of son nr Newcomerstown on Monday last. Bur Plainfield Cemetery. "Coshocton Democrat November 23 1880"
Nathan KEIST Sr d Linton twp 22 Dec 1869. Age abt 60 years. "Coshocton Age 7 Jan 1870"
Mrs. Caroline KINKADE, 90, d Oct 1931, Coshocton; b Caroline HENRY, Dresden, OH 10 Aug 1841. Md 1858 William W. KINKADE, CW Vet, who d 20 yrs before her. Member Sacred Heart Church. Son, W. J. KINKADE, Coshocton; dau Mrs. James PARKS, Dayton; eight grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. Funeral Sacred Heart Church by Rev. Fr. Anthony DOMM. Bur South Lawn Cem. "The Coshocton Tribune Oct. 19, 1931"
Harold J. KINKADE Jr., 67, d August 1, 1986 Coshocton. B April 17, 1919, Coshocton, son of Harold J. KINKADE Sr., Roscoe Blanche (CAMPBELL) KINKADE. World War II Vet. Graduate Coshocton High School, 28 year employee Carnation Milk Co., for 13 year employee General Electric. Member of St. John's United Church of Christ, Coshocton Community Choir, member of Cinephiles. M Oct. 12, 1940, Marjory COCHRAN who survives. Also surviving: son, Glenn E. KINKADE,Coshocton; three daus, Mrs, Richard (Teresa) ANDREWS, and Miss Martha KINKADE, both of Coshocton Co., and Mrs. James (Melissa) COZART, Norwich, CT; two sis, Mrs Phil (Mary Jane) KLINGENSMITH, Cambridge and Mrs. William (Sue) MEDLEY, Roscoe; 10 grandchildren; three aunts; and five nephews. A son preceded him in death. Services Coshocton Memory Gardens, and St. John's United Church of Christ. Rev. Carolyn J. MANN will officiate. "The Tribune " Aug. 2, 1986"
Harold J. KINKADE, Sr. 90, d April 29, 1990, Coshocton. B May 30, 1900, Coshocton, son of William Jacob and Mary Jane (STEWART) KINKADE. Mail carrier, member of the National Mail Carrier's Association, member of Roscoe United Methodist Church. M July 3, 1918, Blanche CAMPBELL who d June 15, 1974. Surviving: two daus, Mrs. Phil (Mary Jane) KLINGENSMITH, Cambridge and Mrs. William (Sue) MEDLEY, Coshocton; sis Mrs. Evelyn GILBERT Columbus; nine grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Son (Harold Jesse KINKADE Jr.) and grandson are deceased. ServicesCoshocton County Memory Gardens,pastor Richard HOOVER officiating. "The Coshocton Tribune April 30, 1990"
Mrs. Harold J. (Blanche) KINKADE, 74, d Coshocton. B April 28, 1900, Farmer City, IL, dau of Samuel and Lulu HURLEY CAMPBELL. M July 3, 1917 Harold J. KINKADE who survives. Also surviving: son, Harold J., Coshocton, two daus, Mrs. Phil (Mary Jane) KLINGENSMITH, Cambridge, and Mrs. William (Sue) MEDLEY, Coshocton; two sis, Mrs. Dorothy SPECKMAN, Coshocton, Mrs. Warner (Zoe) HAMILTON, Wills Creek; eight grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Deceased are a grandson and two sis. Graduate of Bellflower, IL, High School, member of Roscoe United Methodist Church, 12-year employee of Galligher Drug Store,Coshocton. ServicesRev. Forrest D. LAMNECK, Dawson Funeral Home. Bur Coshocton County Memorial Gardens."The Coshocton Tribune June 16, 1974"
Mrs. Jane KINKADE d 8 July 1903, Toledo. Bur 10 July 1903 South Lawn Cemetery. "Coshocton Daily Age July 10, 1903"
Jeffery KINKADE, 25, Newcomerstown, d Sept. 26, 1992, Coshocton. B Aug. 31, 1967, Coshocton, son of Glenn and Sally (SCOTT) KINKADE of Coshocton. 1985 graduate of River View High School, employed at Hooker Trucking, Uhrichsville. Member of St. Johns United Church of Christ, Marine Corps vet. M Sept. 12, 1988, Amy CAMPBELL, who survives. Also surviving: two sons, Jeffery Charles and Kyle Evan, both of the home; sis, Elizabeth KINKADE, Coshocton; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Harold (Marjory) KINKADE, Coshocton; maternal grandmother, Marjorie SCOTT, Augusta, Maine. Funeral Addy Funeral Home, Newcomerstown, Rev. Carolyn MANN officiating. Bur Coshocton County Memory Gardens. Services at St. Johns United Church of Christ, Coshocton. COD: complications from a bee sting. "The Tribune Monday Sept. 28, 1992"
William Jacob KINKADE, 78, West Lafayette, d 18 Oct. 193; b Dec 7, 1878, Coshocton. Metal sign worker Toledo, Dayton and Coshocton. Son of William W. and Caroline HENRY KINKADE. M 1898 Mary Jane STEWART, who died 1903. M 1909 Blanche MARTIN who survives. Son, Harold KINKADE, Coshocton; dau Mrs. Evelyn GILBERT, Columbus; five grandchildren and nine great-grand-children. Member of the Trinity Methodist church, West Lafayette. Funeral Bonnell Funeral Home, West Lafayette, Rev. S.S. BURNETT officiating. Bur South Lawn Cem. "The Coshocton Tribune 13 July 1956"
William Wallace KINKEAD, who had passed the allotted three- score years and ten,d 15 august 1903, Coshocton, OH, leaves a wife and four children to mourn his death. CW Vet. Bur South Lawn Cem.17 August 1903. "Coshocton Daily Age Aug 17, 1903"
Mrs. Georgia V. KINNEY 46, Conesville, d city hospital 1944. B MuskingumCo. April 13, 1888 dau of J. W. and Mary Ann NEWELL. Md October 12, 1908 Clement KINNEY. Ten children were born to them, 3 are deceased. Surviving are husband and following children: Mrs. Opal SHARON, Clement, Roy, Wilson, Pauline, Calvin, and Olean KINNEY, all of the Conesville vicinity. 3 bros survive: Conrad, Paul and Percy NEWELL, all of near Ellis Station in Muskingum Co. 2 sis, Mrs. Fred HOY of Newark and Mrs. Dan HELSEL of Ellis Station, and 3 grandchildren. Member of the Plains church. Funeral at Salem church in Muskingum county, in charge of Rev. Ray HARRISON. Bu in the church cemetery.
Barbary KISER 80, d Nov 1887 Jackson twp. Son George KISER. "Coshocton
Democrat 8 Nov 1887"
Jacob KOHL, 84, Plainfield, d county infirmary. Surviving are two bros Charles and Peter KOHL both of Coshocton and several sisters. (Abt 1933).
Abraham "Abe" LAIRD, 63, New Philadelphia, former Coshocton policeman, Tuscarawas Co Sheriff and State Senator, d Oct 29, 1946. B May 27, 1883 Carbon Hill, Hocking Co, son of Abraham and Elizabeth MURDOCH LAIRD. Member Masonic, Elks Lodges. M Margaret Isabelle HENDRICKS June 30, 1902. 5 child; Marguerite, Gladys, Lucille, Donald and Robert LAIRD. COD: Heart trouble. Rev James BOLEN officiating. Bu Evergreen Cem, New Philadelphia. "Coshocton Tribune October 30, 1946 1990; Laird Lines publication; Laird Family Bible"
Abraham Alexander LAIRD, d Pleasant Valley 16 Mar 1908. B October 28, 1849 Newarthill, Scotland, son of John and Anne ROBERT LAIRD. Both father and mother died when Abe was 13 yrs old. He raised two younger sisters and a bro. Md June 12, 1874 Manse of St. Ninians Church Parish of Stirling, SCT, Elizabeth MURDOCH. Came to Corning OH 1874, removed to Coshocton 1895. Children; Margaret, Annie, John, James, Abraham, Allen, Robert, William John and William A. COD: Miner's asthma and Tuberculosis. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Age 19 March 1908"
Alexander LAIRD 80, d Feb 1934, Coshocton. B Feb 1854, Glascow, Scotland. Md 1877 Janet CAMPBELLwho died 1913. Six of 9 children survive: Malcom, Alexander Jr., James, Harry, Mrs Allen LOCKWOOD, Mrs Thomas STULL; Grandson Alex LAIRD, all of Coshocton. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, 28 Feb 1934"
Mrs. Elizabeth MURDOCH LAIRD, d Pleasant Valley 14 June 1925 at home of dau, Mrs. Annie LAIRD SCHMIDLIN. B Cumbernauld, Scotland, March 13,1852. Md Abraham LAIRD 24 June 1874, SCT. Came to America 1874. Nine children: Margaret, Annie, John, James, Abraham, Allen, Robert, William John and William A. COD: Stroke. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Jean Laird Wallace, Coshocton, OH; Lillian Laird McKay, Warren,OH"
Mrs. James LARR, 64, Coshocton Route 4, d Coshocton. Florence PEPPER b Conesville, Aug. 14, 1885 dau of Alfred and Emma HUMMER PEPPER; m. Dec 22, 1901 John A. HARDESTY who d. Feb. 12, 1942. M. April 19, 1947 James W. LARR who survives. Surviving seven children by first marriage, three daughters, Mrs. William EVERHART, Stone Creek; Mrs. William LINT, West Lafayette; Mrs. John STEPHENSON, Coshocton; Four sons, William HARDESTY, Fresno, Telford HARDESTY, David HARDESTY, and Clifford HARDESTY, Coshocton; 17 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. One son and one dau by first marriage and one sis and four bros are deceased. Member Branch Methodist Church, bu Branch Cemby Rev. C. D. FIRSTER. "Coshocton Tribune October 31, 1949"
Elizabeth LEGGETT 65, Keene. Bu Clark's Cem near Bloomfield. "Coshocton Democrat 24 Oct 1882"
James LEGGETT 78, d 14 Jun 1888 Mill Creek twp, Coshocton Co. OH; b Washington Co. PA 1810. Dau Mrs. James HAMILTON. Bu Clark Cem. "Coshocton Age 19 Jun 1888, Coshocton Democrat 19 JUne 1888"
Jane F. LEGGETT d Indianapolis, IN May 1892. Resided Coshocton. "Coshocton Age 27 May 1892"
Samuel LEGGETT, Justice of the Peace, d Mill Creek twp. Leaves wife and 1 child. COD: consumption (Coshocton Co. Death Records show Dod 21 Oct 1879. Dob 1846.) "Coshocton Democrat 11 Nov 1879"
W.W. LEGGETT of Dresden, connected to Woolen Factory. "Coshocton Age 7 Feb 1888"
Moses LILLIBRIDGE abt 19 d July 1894 Franklin Station, Coshocton Co. COD: Consumption. "Democratic Standard 13 Jul 1894"
Doyce ASHLEY LOOS d 20 Mar 1986 Newcomerstown, OH; b 29 Jul 1901 in Boone, NC. Dau of Martin and Teal ROGERS ASHLEY. Md Edwin LOOS 8 Jul 1933. Bu West Lawn Cem "Coshocton Tribune 21 Mar 1986"
Edwin LOOS d 17 Jul 1981; b 15 Jun 1899 Coshocton Co., OH. Son of Hiram and Aldora WHITESIDE LOOS. Md Doyce ASHLEY 8 Jul 1933. Bu West Lawn Cem "Coshocton Tribune 17 Jul 1981"
Jane OSBORNE DAWSON LYNCH, d Dec 1899 Browning twp, Schuyler Co., IL; b 28 Mar 1820, Coshocton Co. OH. Md 1841 Noah DAWSON who d abt 1843. Md 1844 Absolom LYNCH who d NE. Children: Mary E. DAWSON SKILES, Thomas J. LYNCH, Mrs. Rachel NALL and A.W. LYNCH. Three children deceased; J.M., Ezra (Ed) and Mrs. Sarah LEE. Bur Edgar Cem "The Rushville Times, 28 Dec 1899"
Charles E. MARANG 75 d 1 Jul 1992 San Bernardino CA; b 5 Jun 1917 Canton, OH son of Theodore and Ethel FISHER MARANG Md 1943 Opal I. JENNINGS, md #2 Helen SLABE. Son Carlos V. MARANG of Freemont, CA, dau Sharyn L. DANA, Stepsons, Marcus CARTER of Denver, CO, Harold CARTER of Battle Creek, MI, Kenneth CARTER of Riverside, CA; stepdau Mrs Robert (Jean) HOSTETTER, West Lafayette. "Coshocton Tribune Jul 1992"
Ethel MARANG 23, d Oct 1918 Canton, OH; b 1895 Coshocton, OH. Spouse Theodore MARANG. Sons Simon and Charles. Bros Ernest, Dewey and Raymond FISHER; sis Agnes FISHER and Mrs Bernice MARTIN, all of Coshocton. Mother Mrs. CARNES. COD: Pneumonia "Coshocton Tribune 24 Oct 1918"
James R. McCORMICK, Coshocton Route 4, d August 1,1942 B January 7, 1873 Butler Co, PA son of James and Margaret BROWN McCORMICK. In 1927, elected board member International United Mine Workers of America. M July 15, 1893 Elizabeth STEWART, dau of James and Ellen CUTE McINTYRE STEWART, 6 child; Thomas O., James Jr., Ronald F., Audra, Harold S. and Bruce V. McCORMICK. COD: Gall bladder. Svs by Rev Lynn C. WHITE. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, Aug 1, 1942"
Carl McCOY 84, d 13 Apr 1991 Lakeland, FL; b 6 Jan 1907, Pleasant Valley, OH, son of Willard Elmer and Corabelle BOOKLESS McCOY. Md 23 Oct 1926 Evelyn DICKERSON. Sons Carl Earl McCOY of Fresno, OH and Billy Neal McCOY of Lakeland, FL. Bro Virgil McCOY of Newark, OH. "Coshocton Tribune April 1991"
Martha McCOY 55, d 16 Oct 1892. Wife of Henry McCOY. COD: Thphoid Fever. "Democratic Standard 21 Oct 1892"
Virgil "Bud" McCOY 90, d 8 Nov 1991, Coshocton, OH; b 15 Feb 1901, son of Willard and Cora BOOKLESS McCOY. Md 1 Jul 1922 Margaret "Maggie" DAVIS (d 29 May 1973) md 7 Nov 1987 Dorothy G. LYONS. Dau Catherine ARON of Coshocton, Sis Carrie JONES of Conesville. "Coshocton Tribune Nov 1991"
Andrew J.McINTYRE, Sr., d December 11, 1937. Known as Andy STEWART having assumed name of step-father, James STEWART. Founded Andy's Restaurant 1901, Walnut Street, Coshocton. B Beaver Falls, PA December 27, 1865 son of Thomas and Ellen CUTE McINTYRE. M June 30, 1894 Jeanette McCORMICK, dau of James McCORMICK of Scotland. 7 child, Andrew Jr., Marilla, Jeanette, Ella, Lucy and Margaret. One son d at birth. COD: Heart attack. Svs by Dr.R.M. KISKADDON. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, December 12, 1937"
Mrs. Andrew J. McINTYRE, Sr. 70, d 12 Apr 1947. B 28 Oct 1876, Butler Co. PA, a dau of James and Margaret Brown McCORMICK, Lanarkshire, Scotland. Her bro, James Robert McCORMICK,1st, of this Co. was well known for his leadership role in Nat'l United Mine Workers Union. Jeanette McCORMICK md Andrew J. McINTYRE, Sr. 1894. 6 child: Andrew,Jr., Marilla, Jeanette, Ella, Lucy and Margaret. Husband founded and operated Andy's Restaurant in 1901. COD: Heart ailment. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, 13 Apr 1947
Thomas McINTYRE, 75, d March 29, 1942 Coshocton. B October 16, 1866, Johnstown, PA, son of Thomas and Ellen CUTE McINTYRE. M 1895, Frances HALL. Surviving are 5 child, Mrs. Clyde FARMER, Mildred McINTYRE, Raymond McINTYRE, Helen McINTYRE and Mrs.Carl HASKINS; half-sis Mary E. STEWART. COD: Cardiac heart problems. Svs by Rev Lynn WHITE. Bu South lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, March 30,1942"
Isaac McMICHAEL 73, d 24 Jan 1877; b Readin, Berks Co. PA. Md
19 Jan 1825 Anne BETS. Leaves 4 children. Youngest dau Mrs. Margaret W.
McKAY deceased. "Coshocton Democrat 27 Feb 1877"
Mrs. John MEYERS 76, d Mar 1923 Coshocton; b 25 Sep 1847 Coshocton. 2 children J.R. FOWLER Coshocton and Mrs. J.A. STINER. Three half brothers, John WILDEN and William WILDEN of Coshocton and Benjamin WILDEN of Tyndal. COD: Age and grippe. "Coshocton Tribune 1 Mar 1923"
Mrs. Isaac MIDDLETON, d Mar 1907 Washington twp. Husband Isaac
MIDDLETON, dau Jessie May MIDDLETON, son Henry Ward MIDDLETON. COD: Pneumonia.
"Daily Age 28 Mar 1907"
Legal notice names John T. MIDDLETON of Winsor, Weld Co., CO; Loretta
and George S. MORRIS, Arkansas City, KS; William C. MIDDLETON, Coshocton
Lewis S. MILLER 64, County Hospital, b. March 1, 1902, Conesville, the son of Lewis and Girtha DAWSON MILLER. m. April 6, 1935 to Isabella SHAW, who survives, one son, Lewis, of the home; one sis, Mrs. Ottis COURTRIGHT of Conesville. Parents and two sis deceased. Member of St. John's United Church of Christ. Bu at South Lawn. "Coshocton Tribune November 9. 1966"
Garland K. MINNER, 48 of Conesville, d City Hospital Feb 1933. Son of late A.A. MINNER, bro of Wayne MINNER, cousin, Fred MINNER, Dresden Route 4. Leaves several cousins. Member Zanesville Elks Lodge. Funeral services at Fred MINNER in charge of Rev. F. R. MARTIN, Zanesville M. P. Church. Bu Salem cemetery. COD: Pneumonia as complication of other diseases.
Mrs. Nellie MINOR 52, Conesville Route 1, d Coshocton Memorial Hospital 1948. B Feb. 17 1896, nr Conesville,dau of Mary DUNKAN and Lewellen GLOSSER. Md 1911 Harry MINOR who survives. Member Conesville Methodist church. Daus Rosemary of the home, Mrs. John DONLEY, Conesville Route 1; five sons, Fred, George and William all of the home, Harry MINOR, Conesville Route 1, and Gerald MINOR, Coshocton; bro John GLOSSER, Coshocton Route 5. Son James MINOR, killed south Pacific aboard a submarine, 1942. Funeral services Conesville Methodist church, charge of Rev. COLE assisted by Rev. McGEE. Bu Adams Mills cemetery. COD: Heart Disease
John MOORE 67, Coshocton. CW Vet. COD: Paralysis. Bur Oak Ridge Cem "Democratic Standard 8 Jul 1898"
Margaret MARANG MOORE 47, d Jul 1905, Coshocton, OH; b Jackson twp, Coshocton. Spouse Frank MOORE, sons Will and Frank. COD: Breast Cancer "The Coshocton Age, 14 Jul 1905"
Ada E. MOWREY 75, d. Sept 25, 1966 Coshocton; b. Aug 23, 1891 West Bedford, dau of William and Mary WALKER MOWREY. Member State Teachers Association, Park Avenue EUB church. Surviving: three nieces, Mrs. Margene MAYHEW, Coshocton; Mrs. Marie SHUCK and Mrs. Doris BONHAM of Roayal Oaks, MI; four nephews, Harold MOWREY of Bladensburg, David MOWREY of Mount Vernon, James MOWREY of Wayne and Francis MOWREY of San Diego, CA. Three brothers are deceased. Bu West Bedford Cem. "Coshocton Tribune "
Mrs. Margaret BRYSON MURDOCH 85, d 1908 Pleasant Valley, b Cumbernauld, Scotland May 10, 1823 came to America 1881. Husband, James MURDOCH was b 1822, d 1865 Scotland. 7 children,Elizabeth LAIRD, James Hill, Andrew 1st, Robert, Margaret, Ann and Andrew 2nd MURDOCH. Member of the Presbyterian Church. Svs by Rev HAMILTON Bu South Lawn Cem. "Laird Family Bible, Laird Lines publication, 1990"
John MYERS 89, d Aug 1934 Coshocton; b 6 Aug 1845 Coshocton. Wife Drucilla MOORE MYERS deceased. Dau Mrs. J.A. STINER, Conesville; Step-son John R. FOWLER. "Coshocton Tribune 19 Aug 1934"
Lydia A. NELLANS 86, b Nov 9, 1851, dau of Horace and Hannah SMITH.
M 3 times. 8 child first marriage. Surviving 2 sons, William M. and Oscar
I. PORTER, 2 sis and 1 bro in CA. "Coshocton Tribune Jan. 5, 1938 page
Jason NOLAND 49, farmer, d 19 Jun 1916. B 1865, son of John and Elizabeth McBRIDE NOLAND. Lived entire life in Wakatomika. Mem Chalfants M.E.Church. COD: Blood poisoning (wound to hand). Bu Union Hill Cemetery. "Coshocton Tribune, 21 Jun 1916"
Mary Jane NOLAND, abt 30, d June 19, 1890, wife of Samuel A. GARDNER,b 1860, dau of Henry and Martha ASHCRAFT NOLAND, Pike Twp. Had ten bros and sisters. Leaves husband and two little daus. Member M.B.Church. COD: "la grippe". Bu Broomstick Cem, services by Rev James REED. "Coshocton Democrat 24 June1890"
Mrs. Ray OGLE (Lottie PARKS), 17, d New Moscow. Survivors: Husband, Ray OGLE; infant dau; sis Velma PARKS; father, Elihy PARKS and gparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elisha PARKS. Bu Branch Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, 1914". (no date on clipping)
Moses PITCOCK, son of W. & E. WOODWARD d Mar 15, 1855, 50
yr 2m 25d
Lewis POWELSON 85, d 24 Jan 1864 Franklin twp; b VA. "Coshocton Democrat 23 Mar 1864"
Widow of David RODEHAVER 86, Walhonding d 11 Aug 1893. B 11 Jan 1825. Husband d abt 1 yr ago. 6 children survive her. 6 grandchildren were pallbearers. Bu Darling Cem. "Coshocton Democrat 15 Aug 1893"
C. Marjorie RODGERS 74, Dresden, d May 29, 1997, at her home. B 4 Dec 1922, Dresden, A 1941 graduate, Jefferson HS, member Dresden United Meth Chur 40 yrs. Survivors: sons, Gregory E. RODGERS and Frederick J. RODGERS, Dresden; dau Pamela J. SMYTHE Dresden; 3 gsons; 6 gdaus; and 2 bros, Chet WILLIAMS, Frazeysburg and Frank WILLIAMS, Columbus. Wid of Ernest E. RODGERS, who d May 1976; dau of, Sylvester and Glenna HOLBEIN WILLIAMS; 6 sis; 5 bros. Bu Valley View Cem, Warsaw. "Coshocton Tribune May 31, 1997"
Mary Elizabeth SOWERS RODGERS d 17 Mar 1996, Coshocton. B 18 May 1898, Coshocton Co. Md Guy Charles RODGERS (d.73) on 16 Feb 16, 1919. Son Ernest Eugene RODGERS (b.21 d.76?).
Charles Oscar ROLLINS 76, New Castle, d Feb. 8, 1990. Retired construction supervisor. Coshocton Moose Lodge will conduct services. "The Tribune, Feb.9,1990"
Andy STEWART.....See Andrew J. McINTYRE, Sr
B.R. SHAW 67, d 17 Feb 1877 Danville, Knox Co., OH; b Allegheny
Co. MD. Md 4 Jul 1830 to Henrietta, dau of Benjamin RICKETTS. "Coshocton
Democrat 27 Feb 1877"
Alfred P. SMALLEY, 53, 1321/2 S. Third St., b. April 16, 1923 Pomeroy, OH s/o Emmet and Opal HARDESTY SMALLEY. VFW post 1330 to hold graveside rites. Dawson Funeral Home, Bu Coshocton County Memory Gardens."Coshocton Tribune December 18, 1976"
John Gilbert SMITH, d 7 December 1906,Summum, IL. B Coshocton Co., OH 15 June 1822, son of James A. and Elizabeth DAWSON SMITH. Justice of Peace for Woodland twp. Funeral services at the Reformed Church in Summum, conducted by Rev. SCHREFFLER, of Astoria and assistedby Rev. LUDE, of Ipava, IL. Bu Summum Cemetery. "Astoria (IL) Argus, Thurs., 13 Dec. 1906"
Esther SMITH 90, d Apr 1894 Roscoe; b 7 Apr 1804 Rutland, VT. Md Newman SMITH. 8 children. Dau Mrs. William BIGGS. COD: pneumonia. "Coshocton Democrat 24 Apr 1894"
Samuel SQUIRE, Sr. d 24 Nov 1874, Jackson twp; b Rutland Co. VT 18 Oct 1806. Survived by children. "Coshocton Age 4 Dec 1874", "The Democrat 15 Dec 1874"
Jane SQUIRES 56yrs 2mo 14d, d 20 Dec 1865. "Coshocton Age 29 Dec 1865", "The Democrat 2 Jan 1866"
Samuel SQUIRES 67, d Jan 1903 Dresden. CW Vet, 143d OVI. Survived by 3 daus, one being Mrs. George McCOY of Virginia twp. COD: General debility. "Coshocton Democratic Standard 6 Jan 1903"
Ellen CUTE McINTYRE STEWART, d Coshocton July 16, 1914. Was widow of James STEWART, miner from Coshocton, who d 1897. B 25 Oct1849 NJ, dau of Thomas CUTE and Omana STAAT CUTE, both b IRE. Md 1865 Thomas McINTYRE, Jr, had 2 child., Andrew and Thomas. The fa d soon after the births. Md 1869 James STEWART. Raised seven children, Andrew,Thomas, James, William, John, Mary and Elizabeth. Moved to Coshocton prior to 1887. Member Sacred Heart Church. Ellen was gdau of Ellen "Granny" CUTE, b 1798 in IRE and lived to be 101 yrs making her the oldest living resident of Johnstown PA at that time. Bu South Lawn Cem along side James STEWART and Thomas McINTYRE, Jr. "Weekly Tribune Newspaper, Johnstown, PA"
James STEWART, d 20 January 1897. B Scotland in 1819. Md Ellen CUTE 1869 who d 1914. Came to USA April 23, 1846 acc'd by bro William STEWART, aboard ship "Wyoming" to Port of Baltimore. Raised 7 child, inc'ing two McINTYRE step-children. One stepson, Andrew J.(STEWART) McINTYRE founded Andy's Restaurant in 1901. COD: Dropsey. Bu Coshocton Infirmary, remains later moved to South Lawn Cem. "Democrat Standard, 22 January 1897"
Arthur G. TOWNSEND, 62, Cocoa FL, formerly of Fresno and West Lafayette, died St. Vincent Hospital, Jacksonville, FL. while visiting neice. m. former Opal HARDESTY who d Jun 1958. Survived by one bro, Lloyd TOWNSEND, Cocoa, FL; stepson Alva HARDESTY, Coshocton; three grandchildren. Services at Glen St. Mary FL. "Coshocton Tribune April 9, 1962"
Mrs. Arthur TOWNSEND, 56, 201 South Oak St., West Lafayette. Opal LEAVENGOOD b. April 11, 1903, Fresno, dau of Samuel and Dollie NORMAN LEAVENGOOD. m. August 1926 Alfred E. HARDESTY who died 1943. m. 1947 Arthur TOWNSEND who survives. Also surviving: son, Alva HARDESTY, West Lafayette; two sis, Mrs. Fern DEEDS, Canton; Mrs. John ELY, Coshocton; two grandsons. Three bros deceased. Funeral at Bonnell in West Laffayette, bu in Fairview cemetery, Fresno."Coshocton Tribune Jun 7, 1959"
Robert C. TREASURE d 16 Mar 1996; b 30 May 1935 West Lafayette, OH. Son of Carl TREASURE and Bessie HAMMERSLEY TREASURE. Bu Fairfield Cem, West Lafayette. "Coshocton Tribune 17 Mar 1996"
Fred WALKER 67, d on 14 Jan 1943 White Cross Hosp, Columbus. Lifelong res Coshocton Co. Born West Bedford 17 Aug 1875, son of John and Narcissa BARNES WALKER. Narcissa dau of Judge Charles S. BARNES. Md 1903 Ella CLARK, one son, Noble WALKER, also surviving. Mem West Bedford M.E. Church. COD: Heart ailment. Svs held Urey Funeral Home, Warsaw. Rev Carl ALMEA in charge. Bu Valley View Cem, Warsaw. "Coshocton Tribune, 15 Jan 1943"
William J.WALKER 75, d Warsaw on January 19, 1914. B May 8, 1841 ; spent his entire life in Warsaw except of 11 yrs in California in 1855. Son of James and Jane LITTLE WALKER, both from Ireland. He M Eliza Jane FOSTER March 1, 1877. 4 child, Miss PINK, Dr. PREN, James Stuart and Anna WALKER. Member Warsaw M.E. Church. Bu Valleyview Cem, Warsaw. "Coshocton Tribune, January 20, 1914"
Emmet WRIGHT, song evangelist, lived east of West Carlisle, d Zanesville 1940. B March 19, 1883 Cooperdale, son of Daniel and Caroline WRIGHT. Md 1905 Cleona RINE, who died 1972. Cleona was pastor of Pilgim Holiness Church,McConnelsville. One son, Cecil Glen WRIGHT, who md Esther PERKINS. Bu West Carlisle Cem
Mrs. Jessie Mae WRIGHT WALKER 91, d June 23, 1978. B Feb 22,1887 , Coshocton Co, dau of Albert and Malissa THOMPSON WRIGHT. Md Carl N. WALKER Dec 29,1905. One dau, Delvia Deloris WALKER STUART, Dayton, OH. Gson Curtiss STUART, San Diego, CA. Graduated Patterson School, Washington Twp, June 7, 1902. Owner of Walker Millinery Coshocton 1926-1936. Bu South Lawn Cem
Edward WELLS abt 50, d Nov 1887. CW Vet. "Coshocton Democrat 8 Nov 1887"
Francis WELLS, d 16 Feb 1877 Tuscarawas twp, Coshocton Co., OH; b 10 May 1791, Hopewell twp, Washington Co. PA. Md in Harrison Co. OH Feb 1816. Leaves 4 bros, 1 sis and 6 children. "Coshocton Democrat 27 Feb 1877"
Isaiah WELLS, b 1836, son of J.M. and Lucinda WELLS. "Coshocton Semi Weekly Age 21 Aug 1887"
Mrs. Harriet WIGGINS, wife of Tunis H. WIGGINS, d at home 4 mi so of Plainfield. Leaves a husband, son and two daus. Bur White Eyes Cemetery. COD: consumption."Democratic Standard 19 July 1880"
Tunis H. WIGGINS d Columbus. Howard WA[ITE] went to Columbus and the body will be brought to Coshocton. Survived by wife, son, S. A. WIGGINS of Indianapolis, two daus, Mrs. G. W. LANE and Mrs. J. A. SIMMONS both of Plainfield. COD: Cancer stomach, liver. "Weekly Times, February 20, 1908"
Mrs. Tunis H. WIGGINS abt 44, White Eyes Creek. Leaves husband and three grown children; son and two daus. COD: consumption. "Coshocton Democrat July 16, 1889"
Reuben B. WHITTAKER 67, d 11 April 1868, Jefferson Township; resident ot Coshocton County for more than forty years. " Historical Collections of Coshocton County Ohio: A Complete Panorama of the County, From the Time of the Earliest Known Occupants of the Territory Unto the Present Time. By William E. Hunt; Chapter 23, p. 255"
Peter WILDEN 65, d 1 July 1914, Coshocton, OH. Sons William, Harvey and Samuel of Coshocton; daus Mrs. Hiram JENNINGS, Coshocton and Mrs. Melissa BLAIR of MI; bros William and John of Coshocton and George and Benjamin of Tyndall; sis Mrs. John MYERS, Coshocton. "Coshocton Morning Tribune 3 July 1914"
Andrew WOLFE 42 plus, of Canal Lewisville, d Feb 1890. Son of Wash G. WOLFE. COD: Prob Murdered. "Coshocton Democrat 4 Mar 1890, Democratic Standard 7 Mar 1890, Coshocton Age 7 Mar 1890"
Sarah E. WOLFE 70, d Licking Co.; dau of Andrew G. WOOD, Canal Lewisville; widow of Wash WOLFE. Children: Mrs. Mood RICHARD, Vanatta, OH, Mrs. Louisa BURT of MS, George W. WOLFE of MEX, Bayard WOLF, CA, Merrill J. WOLF of Martinsburg, Knox Co.; bros William WOOD of Boone Co. MO, J.N. WOOD of Coshocton; sis Mrs. LAWRENCE, Coshocton. Bu. Evans Cem. Rev George FISHER officiating."Coshocton Democrat & Standard 16 Sep 1902"
Andrew G. WOOD 80, (Ohio Canal Contractor) d 11 Feb 1879, b Shenandoah Co. VA. Md 1812 Mary FEE of Hardin Co., she d 1836 Roscoe. Md 1837 Mrs. Edith BUTLER COOK, widow of Joseph COOK, dau of Thomas BUTLER. Leaves 6 children, 28 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren. (Funeral conducted by Rev. BROWN, Coshocton M.E. Church) "Coshocton Democrat 18 Feb 1879"
Edith BUTLER COOK WOOD 70, wife of Andrew G. WOOD, d Mar 1877 Canal Lewisville. COD: Lung fever. Bu Coshocton Cemetery. "Coshocton Age 15 Mar 1877"
Mrs. Garfield J. WOOD 40, Coshocton. Lena ALBERTSON b Holmes Co. OH. Survived by husband and children: Florence, Roger, Ethyl, Joseph, Jean, Anna Louise, & Lena May, all of the residence. Father and step-mother, Mr. & Mrs. John F. ALBERTSON, Canton; 2 bros Dale and Harry, Coshocton. COD: Stroke of Apoplexy. "Coshocton Tribune 17 Jul 1924"
Joseph N. WOOD 78, d Dec 1919 Coshocton. CW Vet (imprisoned Andersonville) Survived by wife and sons, Hayes WOOD, Garfield WOOD of Coshocton; daus, Mrs A.C. NICHOLS and Mrs. Fred ELLIOTT of Coshocton, Mrs Garnet WILSON, Kings Mills, OH. Sis. Mrs William KUNKLE in CA. "Coshocton Tribune 17 Dec 1919"
Noah WOOD 72, d 7 Jan 1872 Gallia Co., bro of A.G. WOOD, Esq; Coshocton Co., son of Nenemiah WOOD. COD: Congestion of lungs. "Coshocton Democrat 27 Feb 1872"
Hannah WORLEY WRIGHT d. 5 Apr 1847 West Bedford, Coshocton Co.. buried Homestead, West Bedford, Coshocton Co.
Angelina WOODWARD, dau of William & Eleanor WOODWARD d Apr 24, 1851,
20 y 1m 24d
William WOODWARD d Apr 13, 1864, 87 Yrs
Mrs. Amy WRIGHT, wife of Emanuel WRIGHT, Virginia Twp d 14 July 1888. B 1843 Amy COX, dau of Hamilton and Rachel HARDESTY COX Md Emanuel WRIGHT 1862. Seven child: Alphonso, Emmery, Lyle, Dora Belle, Aretus, Philetus and Enos Hayes. COD: Consumption. Bu Millfork Baptist Church Cem. "Coshocton Age Newspaper, 17 Jul 1888
Emanuel WRIGHT d 10 Mar 1906. B Coshocton County on May 14,1842. First md Amy COX, dau of Hamilton and Rachel HARDESTY COX; child: Alphonso, Emmery, Lyle, Dora Belle, Aretus, Philetus, and Enos Hayes. Md 8 Jan 1890 Maria FROST LACEY, had dau Maude L. WRIGHT. COD: Paralysis. Funeral at res nr Willow Brook. Rev E.H. SENTERin charge. Bu Millfork Churchyard. "Coshocton Age Newspaper, Nov 15, 1906".
Mrs. Louisa (McCOY) WRIGHT, 93, former matron, Coshocton Co Infirmary, d 7/20/1936 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John SMITH, Coshocton. B 5 Nov 1842 Jackson Twp to Joseph and Sarah (OGLE) McCOY. Md William WRIGHT, on 1 Jun 1862. He d Jun 1918. Member Pleasant Hill Bapt Chur in early life, trans to Cosh Bapt Chur. Proceeded in death by 3 child. Bu in South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, July 20, 1936".
Mrs. Malissa Jane THOMPSON WRIGHT 87, of Conesville d June 3, 1950 near Otsego. B December 15, 1862 Washington Twp, dau of Levi and Susannah GROVES THOMPSON. M 1883 Albert WRIGHT, who died in 1897. 6 child, Grace D., Jessie Mae, Clarence N., Nora S., Mabel D. and French A.WRIGHT. December 31, 1913, she m Alphonso WRIGHT, who d 1945. Member of the Chalfants M.E. Church. Bu West Carlisle Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, June 4, 1950"
Nathan WRIGHT Sr. d.15 Jun 1851 West Bedford, Coshocton Co buried Homestead, West Bedford, Coshocton Co.
Wm. WRIGHT, former Bailiff, d Jun 23, 1918. B Jackson Twp., Apr 3, 1847. md Louisa McCOY Jun 1, 1861. 3 children all died in infancy. Survived by wife and foster son, John SMITH, who has been in the Wright home since boyhood. 6 bros and sis: Allen and John, Coshocton Co; Joseph WRIGHT of Crete, KS; Mrs. Nancy RICHARDSON, Mrs. Wesley WRIGHT and Mrs. James SNEDIKER, all of Coshocton Co. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, 6/24/18".