|2-13-1923 Nelsonville Newspaper
We heard a voice from heaven saying, "Come unto me, all ye that labor
heavy laden and I will give you rest" and peacefully and quietly as
of day was breaking "Mother passed peacefully and quietly away".
Margaret, the oldest daughter of James and Jane Auflick
was born at Elen
Banks, County of Durham, England, September 28, 1845 and departed this
January 23, 1923, aged 77 years 4 months.
Her father emigrated to the United States in the year of 1855, leaving
family in England. Six months later, death invated the home,
and the Mother
answered that noble call to the Great Beyond. Margaret Auflick
sister then came to the Father in America and settled in Hartford City,
W.Va., April 21, 18**, where with their Father they made a happy Christian
Margaret Auflick was united in marriage to D.L. Bateman at Clifton,
June 21, 1865, and moved to Nelsonville, Ohio in the fall of 1877.
union six children were born, two dying in infancy and Mrs. Margaret
the oldest daughter, preceeded her mother in death on August 14, 1902.
sons, James of Hartford City, W.Va., and Daniel of Dayton, Ohio, and
daughter, Mrs. Alice Wyskivers of Haydenville, Ohio, with whom the
made her home, six grandchildren and two great grandchildren and one
Mrs. Jane Ann Hood of Mason, W.Va., are left ot mourn their loss.
In childhood Mrs. Bateman was confirmed in the Church of England and
residing a few years in this country, she was converted and connected
to the M.F. Church at Nelsonville, O. Jan 18, 1878 and has always
faithful membership there. She was always obedient to her duty
the Master's will. She has fought the good fight, she has finished
course and has kept her faith, so devout was her life here that those
knew her for her kindly examples, knew only to love her, the more,
summoned to answer the call to come higher yet will the memories of
life continue to live in those who surrounded her in her earthly home.
has gone to rest from her labors, with the will of the Master completed
heavenly home, receiving the glad welcome, "Well done, thou good and
servant, enter into the joys of the Lord to a home and be prepared
hands, etneral in the heavens.
January 24, 1923 Nelsonville Newspaper
Former Nelsonville woman passes
Mrs. Margaret Bateman, aged 78 years, died yesterday at the
home of her
daughter, Mrs. Alice Wyskiver at Haydenville. Mrs. Bateman was
resident of Nelsonville and is well known here. Funeral services
held at the Logan Methodist Church Thursday afternoon at one o'clock.
will be made at Logan.
January 24, 1923 Nelsonville Newspaper
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bateman of Franklin
street who died
Monday was buried on Tuesday at Greenlawn.
10-27-1920 Nelsonville Newspaper
Miss Emma Bateman, aged 27 years, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
died at the family residence in Mason City Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock
after a five week's illness from a nervous breakdown. No arrangements
as yet been made for the funeral service.
June 30, 1921 Nelsonville Newspaper
Young girl passes away
Naomi Bass, aged 13 years and only child of Mr. and Mrs. J.
*. Bass passed
away last evening at her home on Koniner Street after an illness of
weeks with heart trouble.
Naomi was one of the best liked little girls of the Methodist church
she was a faithful member as well as the subordinate junior societies
church. She was born and reared in this city and was a great
favorite of all
who knew her. Her death has caused grief all over the city and
goes out to the parents in the loss of their only child.
Funeral services will be held at the Methodist Chruch Friday afternoon
o'clock conducted by the pastor, Rev. Paul E. Kemper.
July 6, 1922 Nelsonville Newspaper
Mrs. Gladys "Happy" Vaughn Bash, wife of Herbert Bash died July
fourth at the
Lancaster camp grounds where mr. and Mrs. Bash had gone from their
home. Mrs. Bash had been ill with tuberculosis for several years.
Possibly no girl on campus had a wider circle of friends than did "Happy
Vaughn" as she was best known during her college days. She graduated
Ohio university in Public School music and was a member of Alpha Xi
Sorority. Her parents who survive are residents of Columbus.
Mr. Bash also a graduate of Ohio university was prominent in Athletics
Ohio and has coached with pronounced success in Columbus where he teaches
the South High school of that city. He is a member of Sigma Pi
Mr. and Mrs. Bash graduated from Ohio university in 1917 and their
followed the commencement ceremonies.
Oct. 19, 1920 Nelsonville Newspaper
Michael Bartoe, 33, died at his house near Carbon Hill this
morning. He is survived by the wife and two children. Funeral
arrangements have not been completed.
March 7, 1922 Nelsonville Newspaper:
Aged Carbon Hill resident called.
Mr. John Bartoe, aged 85 years, died at his home near Carbon
Hill last evening. Funeral services will be held Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Carbon Hill Christian Church. Burial
at Carbon Hill.
From the Columbus Dispatch, dated Sunday, August 12, 1944:
TWO LOCAL MEN KILLED IN ACTION IN FRANCE
Two Columbus boys were killed in action three days apart in
France, casualty lists disclosed Saturday.
SGT. MARLIN ROCK, 31, was killed July 29 in action with an
armored unit in France, his mother, Mrs. E.E. ALTHOFF,
1385 E. Broad St., was notified Saturday by the War Department.
SGT. ROCK, a resident of Sidney, Ohio, was inducted March 19,
1942 at Ft. Thomas, Ky., and went overseas after training in New
York and several western states. He was married in April, 1943.
His wife, MARGARET, resides in Los Angeles. Survivors besides
his widow and mother include his father, PETER ROCK, of
Medina; and two sisters, Miss JANE ROCK, an employee in
Secretary of State Edward J. Hummel's office and Mrs. R.E.
MARTIN of Dayton.
SGT. ALBERT L. JOHNSON, 33, son of Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM
JOHNSON, 546 S. Champion Av., died July 26 of wounds suffered
in the invasion of France, the parents were informed Saturday. The
sargent was hospitalized in England for several weeks in the spring
for face and hand burns received in an explosion. A resident
Athens, Ohio, at the time of his induction on Nov. 16, 1942, SGT.
JOHNSON was never home on furlough after entering the service.
He trained at Camp Wheeler, Ga. and went overseas in February,
1942. One sister, Mrs. Robert McGRAIL of the S. Champion Ave.
address survives in addition to the parents. SGT. JOHNSON was
graduate of the Crooksville (Ohio) High School and was employed
by the Athens Junk Co.
From the Columbus Dispatch, April 18, 1942:
Miss Bertha L. TURNER, teacher in the Columbus public schools
1906 and sister of Judge Edward C. TURNER of the Ohio supreme court,
died Friday night at her home, 30 Crestview road. A teacher at
Avenue school since 1910, she conducted her classes there Thursday.
Born in Columbus and educated in the public schools, Miss TURNER
received a bachelor of philosophy degree from the Ohio State university
arts college in 1903 and the following year taught school in Middletown.
She was appointed by the Columbus school board in 1906 and taught
at Siebert Street school until she was assigned to Medary Avenue school
in 1910. In 1927-28 she taught at the Dalton school in New York
Active in Alumni Club
She was active in affairs of the Ohio State University Alumnae club,
served as vice president, secretary and treasurer, and was a past president
of the Woman's Association of Commerce. She also held membership
the Columbus Woman's club, Order of Eastern Star and the American
Association of University Women. Education groups with which
affiliated included the National Education Association, Ohio State's
Association, Central Ohio Teachers' Association, and the Columbus
Teachers' Federation. She was a member of First Congregational
Besides Judge TURNER, she leaves one sister, Miss Emma TURNER,
teacher at Indanola Junior High School, and two other brothers, William
and Harry C. TURNER.
Miss TURNER's body will lie at the Schoedinger chapel, where funeral
services will be held at 4 p.m. Monday. Burial will be in Green
From the Columbus Dispatch, dated Wednesday, May 1, 1946:
MRS. MARTHA BANKS, 63, DIES AT SPRINGFIELD
Mrs. Martha Banks, 63, mother of Mrs. Edward WATSON of Columbus,
and sister of Homer and John REESE, both of Columbus died Tuesday
at her home in Springfield. She had been seriously ill two weeks.
Another sister is Mrs. Doris HOLLOWAY of London. Funeral services
will be held at 9 a.m. Thursday at St. Martin's Chapel. Burial
will be in
From the Columbus Dispatch, dated Friday, Dec 17, 1920:
JAMES R. EWING
Stricken with heart trouble Thursday in the tailor shop of Luther
Beason, 748 East Long street, JAMES R. EWING, aged 48,
1149 Aget street, painter, died shortly after a physician arrived.
He is survived by his wife. The body will be taken to Nashville,
Tenn. for funeral and interment. Mrs. D.A. Whittaker.
At 7:30 o'clock Friday evening, funeral services will be held at the
home of Mrs. I.B. BOALS, 1113 Walter street, for her father,
HIRAM ROBERTS, ages 81, who died at St. Anthony's Hospital,
Thursday. The body will be taken to New Lexington for interment
in charge of Denton, Donaldson, and Hughes.
Mrs. GWENDLYNE WATSON, aged 23, 536 W. State street,
died at the Franklin county sanitarium Friday morning. The
body was removed to the chapel of the Brown-Ferguson company.