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John R. FRY
From the Pickaway County News, dated Thursday, Mar 2, 1933:
FENCE WIRE CAUSES DEATH OF JOHN R. FRY
Funeral services were held Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the home for John R. FRY, 
Jr.  Jackson Twp. farmer and school board president, who died early Thursday.
Rev. H.O. HARBAUGH of New Holland officiated with interment in Grandview
cemetery, Chillicothe.
Mr. FRY passed away after undergoing an abdominal operation.  He suffered
a ruptured intestine when he stumbled over a wire and fell at his home 
Tuesday afternoon.  Directors of the Pickaway County Farm Bureau and the Pickaway Grain Co.
of which Mr. FRY was a director attended the funeral in a body.

Mrs. Ida KELLER
From the Columbus Dispatch, dated Monday Nov 26, 1917:
DIES FROM INFECTION
Mrs. Ida Keller, Wife of South Side Conductor, Succumbs After Caesarian 
Operation.
  Mrs. Ida KELLER, aged 33, wife of Charles F. KELLER, a conductor, living at 
515 Deshler avenue died at Grant Hospital Sunday following a Caesarian 
operation three weeks ago, by which she gave birth to a daughter.  The baby 
is doing nicely.  The mother was apparently on the road to recovery at Grant 
Hospital and was removed to her home, when her condition became worse and she 
re-entered the hospital.
  Besides her husband and infant daughter she is survived by one brother and 
one sister.  The funeral will be held from the residence at 2 p.m. Tuesday 
and burial will be made in Green Lawn cemetery by the Brown-Ferguson Company.

Captain William Botimer
From the Ohio State Journal, dated June 26, 1914:
CAPT. BOTIMER IS FOUND DEAD; ILL A FEW HOURS
Wife Makes Discovery When Her Calls Evoke No Response.
Had Reached Age of 76
  Captain William Botimer, aged 76, was found dead at 3 o'clock yesterday 
afternoon in bed at his home, 315 Parsons Avenue.
  Mrs. Botimer called to him several times and when she received no response 
went to his room where she found him lying dead in bed.  He had complained of 
feeling badly yesterday morning and would not eat breakfast.  At noon he said 
he was better and wanted to sleep for a short time.
  When Mrs. Botimer found his body she called Dr. Earl M. GILLIAM, a 
son-in-law, and the physician pronounced death due to heart failure.
  Captain BOTIMER had a notable record in the Civil War and was last Post 
Commander at Cumberland Gap at the close of the war.  He was a member of the 
Masons and Union Veteran Legion.
  He is survived by his widow and two daughters, Mrs. A.B. CLEMENS and Mrs. 
GILLIAM.  Funeral arrangements which are in charge of the H.A. Pletcher 
Company, have not been completed.

Mrs. Harriett E. IJAMS
From the Ohio State Journal, dated Friday, June 26, 1914:
MRS. IJAMS PASSES AWAY
AGED WIDOW'S DEATH FOLLOWS WEEK AFTER FALL.
Mrs. Harriett E. IJAMS, aged 84, widow of late Major John F. IJAMS, died at 
1:30 yesterday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J.W. PRITCHETT, 
133 West Fifth Avenue.  Mrs. IJAMS was much enfeebled by her years and while 
in her room last week fell and broke her leg.
She leaves two sons and two daughters by a former marriage, Joseph L. and 
Samuel F. WEBB and Mrs. Charlotta SHAPTER and Mrs. PRITCHITT; a stepson, John 
R. IJAMS, and two stepdaughters, Mrs. Lydia SOUTHERLAND and Mrs. Julia A. 
BURDESS.  The funeral will be held from the Pritchett residence at 2 o'clock 
tomorrow afternoon.  Rev. Dr. Rexford of All Souls Church is to officiate. 
The burial, which will be private, will be in Union Cemetery.

August ALTHAUSER
From the Ohio State Journal, dated Friday, May 2, 1945:
AUGUST ALTHAUSER
Funeral services for August ALTHAUSER, 63, of 447 S. Sixth St., will be at 1 
p.m. Monday in the O.R. Woodyard funeral chapel.  Burial will be in Green 
Lawn Cemetery.  Mr. ALTHAUSER, a retired bricklayer, died yesterday morning 
in St. Francis Hospital after a two-month illness.
He was a member of Bricklayers Union No. 55.  He is survived by a son, A. 
Thomas ALTHAUSER, overseas with the Navy, three brothers, Jacob ALTHAUSER, 
Westerville; William ALTHAUSER, Columbus, and George ALTHAUSER, Akron; a 
sister, Mrs. Amelia LANG, Columbus, and two grandchildren.

Mrs. Christina LEITHART THEIS
From the Grove City Record, dated Friday, Oct. 16, 1936:
MRS. CHRISTINA THEIS SUCCUMBS IN HOSPITAL
Funeral services were held Thursday in St. John's Luthern Church for Mrs. 
Christina LEITHART THEIS, who died in Mt. Carmel Hospital, Monday.
Mrs. THEIS, who was 80, is survived by three sons, Theodore, William and 
Edward; a daughter, Mrs. Anna GROSSMAN; 13 grandchildren, and a brother, 
Theodore LEITHART.  Burial was in Grove City Cemetery by J.E. Norris Son.

Walter D. GAVER
From the Grove City Record, dated Friday, Oct. 16, 1936:
LIFE-LONG RESIDENT OF BRIGGSDALE DIES
Walter D. GAVER of 1431 Harrisburg Pike, a life-long resident of Briggsdale. 
died at the age of 51, in Mt. Carmel Hospital last Tuesday.
He is survived by his wife, Margaret Elizabeth; three sons, Clifford and 
Walter, Jr., of 1431 Harrisburg Pike, and Charles of Grove City: three 
daughters, Mrs. Mary GILL, 1073 East Fourteenth Avenue, Columbus; Margaret 
and Patricia; two grandchildren, and one brother, Samuel GAVER of Columbus.
Funeral services were held at the Doty and Stroup funeral home Friday and 
burial was in Green Lawn Cemetery.

Mrs. Minnie Amelia PHILLIPPI
From the Grove City Record, dated Friday, Oct. 16, 1936:
MRS. MINNIE PHILLIPPI, AGED 76, DIES AT HOME
Mrs. Minnie Amelia PHILLIPPI, aged 76, died at her home, 83 Wilson Road, last 
Friday.
She is survived by her husband, Christian; six daughters, Mrs. Charles 
PLANCK, 901 Wilson Road; Mrs. Fred LEHNERT, Galloway; Mrs. Carl SCHULTZ, 
Hillards; Mrs. Anton PATZER, Grove City; Mrs. Otto Willing, Chicago; two 
sons, George, 801 Mohawk Street, Columbus; Jonas, Camp Chase; 16 
grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, three sisters and two brothers.
Funeral services were held Monday at the home and from St. Matthews Luthern 
Church, Columbus, with entombment in Wesley Chapel Mausoleum by J.E. Norris 
Son.

HON. JOHN M. GARVIN
From the Columbus Dispatch, dated Tuesday, July 6, 1897:
Exclusive to Dispatch by Associated Press
Cadis, O., July 6  -- HON. JOHN M. GARVIN, a leading attorney of this place, 
died very suddenly, Sunday afternoon, July 4.  He had served two terms as 
prosecutor, and two as clerk of courts, was a soldier in 126th O.V.I. and a 
member of the Masonic fraternity.

Mrs. Augusta M. Krout
This article is from a Hancock County, Ohio, Findlay newspaper, May 1, 1946.
Mrs. Augusta M. Krout, 82, wife of Floyd E. Krout, 338 East Lincoln street, 
died at 7:30 o'clock in her residence of a heart attack. She had a cerebral 
hemorrhage nine years ago from which she never fully recovered.
She was born Aug. 31, 1863, in Amanda township, a daughter of James M. and 
Mary (Morehart) Van Horn. On Oct. 24, 1888, she was married to Floyd E. Krout 
who survives.
Also surviving are two children, Mrs. George Crawford, 2732 Albion street, 
Toledo, and Warren R. Krout, route 1, Jackson township.
Preceding her in death were the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. George 
Russell, Mrs. Frank Wise, Mrs. S. R. Van Sant, Mrs. Ben Hoy, Dr. W. S. Van 
Horn, Dr. R. W. Van Horn, Iro Van Horn, Fremont Van Horn and Lincoln Van 
Horn.
She had been a member of the Church of Christ since she was 19 years of age.
Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon in the Russell 
E. Herman chapel. Rev. W. E. Bradley, pastor of the First Lutheran church, 
will officiate. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery, Mt. Blanchard.
The body was taken to the Russell E. Herman funeral home and will be at the 
residence after 10 o'clock this morning. It will be taken back to the funeral 
home Thursday noon for services in the afternoon.

EARL BAIRD
Word was received here that Earl Waldo Baird, 59, of Columbus, Ohio, passed 
away on November 3rd following several months of illness.
Funeral services will be held in Columbus and burial there this Saturday.
He is survived by his wife, (Margie Roach Baird of the home, 3569 Kenlawn 
Street; a daughter, Janet Marie; and a son, David.
Mrs. Baird is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lester Raymond Roach, Sr.
FROM THE JOURNAL-HERALD DATED FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1983

JESSE HENSON
Jesse A. Henson, age 76, of Buckeye Church Road, Jackson died 4:05 p.m. 
Thursday at his home.
Born in Elliott County, Kentucky, he was the son of the late John and Nancy 
Ison Henson. He was a retired farmer and a member of Paul's Chapel Church.
Survivors include his wife, Emily Boggs; three sons, Lonnie of Jackson and 
Tom and John of Lyndon; three daughters, Mrs. Lloyd (Pauline) Short of 
Jackson, Mrs. Dave (Nancy) Camp of Talmadge, Mrs. Jim (Jean) Vamey of 
Columbus; seven sisters, Essie Waddell and Virgie Henson of Columbus, Mary 
Rice of Ashland, Kentucky, Myrtle Groah of Wheelersburg, Maggie Green of 
Culver, Kentucky, Hazel Rings of Fleetwood, North Carolina and Violet Ratliff 
of Sciotoville; one brother, Elmer of Jackson; 11 grandchildren; and three 
great grandchildren.
Friends may call at the Hammerstein-Cox Funeral Home after 4 p.m. Saturday. 
Services will be held there 2 p.m. Sunday with Rev. Willis Tomblin 
officiating.
FROM THE JOURNAL-HERALD DATED FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1983

SARAH McGOWAN
Sarah McGowan, age 94, of Portland Street, Oak Hill died this morning 
(Friday) at Holzer Medical Center.
Born in Jackson County, she was a lifetime resident of the area.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Harvey, and two daughters.
Survivors include three grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements are ending at Mayhew Funeral Home.
FROM THE JOURNAL-HERALD DATED FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1983

EFFIE RAY
Effie Ray, age 86, died Thursday morning at Heartland of Jackson. She had 
been in failing health.
Born in Vinton, she was a former resident of Dayton and had resided in 
Wellston for the past four years. She was a homemaker.
Daughter of the late Harvey and Emma Nixon Atwood; she was also preceded in 
death by her husband, Thomas Ray; a daughter, sister and two brothers.
Survivors include a brother, Ernest Atwood of Byer; and several nieces and 
nephews.
Friends may call at Jenkins Funeral Home from 7 until 9 p.m. Saturday; Rev. 
Raymond Patterson will officiate the last rites. Graveside services will be 
held 1 p.m. Monday at the Willow View Cemetery, Dayton.
FROM THE JOURNAL-HERALD DATED FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1983

CATHERINE SHAFFER
Catherine Shaffer, age 77, of Portsmouth Street, Jackson died 2 p.m. 
Wednesday at Oak Hill Hospital following several years of failing health.
Born in Jackson, she was a retired school teacher with over 40 years of 
service and a graduate of Otterbein College.
Survivors include a niece, Louise Young of Atlanta, Georgia.
Friends may call at the Eisnaugle Funeral Home this evening (Friday). 
Services will be held 11 a.m. Saturday with Rev. James Gleaves officiating. 
Burial will follow in Fairmount Cemetery.
FROM THE JOURNAL-HERALD DATED FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1983


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