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Miscellaneous Franklin and Pickaway Counties, Ohio Obituaries


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Columbus Dispatch
Sat. Jan. 3, 1942 p.2A
Columbus, Ohio

BATTLE, Mr. Ben, beloved husband of Mrs. Anna M. BATTLE, 448 N. 18th. St., foster father of Mr. J. M. BABO and Mrs. Florence BRONSON.  Funeral services will be conducted by Rev. MASON in the Mortuary of Mrs. D. A. Whitaker & Son.  Interment Evergreen Cemetery.

BOOHER, Virginia M., widow of Rev. John BOOHER, died at home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles STEINER, in North Hollywood, Calif.  Also survived by 1 son, Charles, of Wooster; 1 grandson, Herbert; 1 granddaughter, Mrs. Chester SCOTT; 1 great-grandson, all of Columbus.  Brief services at the P. E. Rutherford Co. Chapel.  Burial Union Cemetery.

CAMPBELL, Nellie, 1290 E. Long-St, Friday.  Survived by husband, James CAMPBELL; parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. HOLLIMAN; sister, Mrs. Annie HILL, and a host of other relatives.  Funeral services, Union Grove Baptist Church. Interment Evergreen Cemetery by A. L. Brooks.

COLEMAN, Miss Ruth, 231 N. Washington-Av.  Beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George COLEMAN; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William JOHNSON; 2 aunts and 9 cousins also survive.  Funeral services, in the Mortuary of Mrs. D. A. WHITTAKER& Son. Interment Wesley Chapel.

COX, Elizabeth, age 90, 141 West Park-Av, Saturday.  Survived by 3 sons, Findley B., 141 W. Park-Av., Walter, 182 E. Norwich-Av, Nathan of Logan, O.; 17 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; 8 great-great-grandchildren.  Friends may call at the Wylie S. Shroyer Funeral Home, 1278 W. Broad-St.  Services Monday at the Ebenezer Methodist chuch, Swan Township, Vinton County.  Interment Ebenezer Cemetery.

Democrat and Watchman
Thurs. Sept. 9, 1920
Circleville, Ohio

PINNIX - Mrs. Alice J. HINTON, age 67, wife of Richard M. HINTON, died at her home in 217 East Main Street last Wednesday, Sept. 1, 1920.  She was a native of Circleville, where she resided during her entire life.  She was a daughter of John B. PINNIX and Corinthia B. (WARE), native of New York State.  She was united in marriage to Richard M. HINTON, who
survives.  The funeral occurred from the late residence last Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Rev. Arthur B. COX of the United Brethren Church officiated, burial in Forest Cemetery by the Albaugh Co.

MITCHELL, Harriett, widow of William and daughter of Francis and Mary Jane (HATFIELD) HILL, was born in Monroe township, Pickaway county, Ohio, January 5th, the year of 1855.  Died at her home, Columbus, August 27,1920, at the age of 65 years,7 months, 22 days.  She leaves two daughters and three sons.

WILSON, Lucy Etta, daughter of Wesley and Melvina O'DAY, was born in South Bloomfield, O., April 10, 1857.  Died at her home in South Bloomfield, Aug. 24, 1920.

WIGGINS, A., a native of this county, died at his residence near Lancaster, Thursday evening, September 2nd, of hemorrhage of the brain, in his 67th year.  Deceased was a son of Philip WIGGINS and was born in Wayne township on February 11th, 1854, surviving are his wife, who was formerly Sarah Lida CLARK, and two children, Mrs. Alice MOODY of Lancaster, and Frederick WIGGINS of this city; deceased was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church.  Funeral services held at Williamsport on Saturday, burial in Springlawn cemetery.

SMITH, Robert, died Wednesday of last week, at his home in South Bloomfield, aged 43 years.  His death was due to paralysis.  He is survived .......( the article was cut off here)

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