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Coshocton Age; May 1, 1874
Amore - On Sunday, April 19th, of Congestion of the Brain. Floris, youngest son of Wm. and E. Amore, in the 7th year of his age. The deceased was a bright, affectionate child whose gentle ways had endeared him to every heart.
George Washington Amore
Coshocton Tribune; Friday evening, Sep. 18, 1942; Front page; Vol. XXXIV No. 26; 3 cents
George W. Amore, Retired Harness Maker, Succumbs
George W. Amore, 88, retired harness maker of Plainfield, died at the home of his son, Grover Amore, Coshocton Route 4, at 5:30 a.m. today of a complication of diseases following an illness of four months.
Mr. Amore was born Jan. 6, 1854 at West Lafayette, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Amore. The family later moved to Plainfield, where Mr. Amore spent most of his life. He was taken to the home of his son a week ago. In June 1874, he married Catherine Burden, who died 17 years ago. One son also preceded him in death. Mr. Amore attended the Plainfield Methodist church.
He leaves two daughters, Mrs. Bertha Woodward of Plainfield and Mrs. Georgia Smith of Greenfield, O,; three sons, Grover of Route 4; and Jesse and Charles of Plainfield; 10 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren; two half-sisters, Mrs. Nellie Brannon of Adamsville and Mrs. Laura Reese of Alexandria, O., and a half-brother, Cephis Amore of Alexandria.
Funeral services will be conducted by Rev. S.P. Ozmun at the Amore residence at Plainfield at 2 p.m. Sunday. Burial will be in Plainfield cemetery.
Catherine (Burden) Amore
Sept. 26, 1925, Saturday, Coshocton Tribune
Mrs. Catherine Burden Amore, aged 67, Plainfield, wife of the late G.W. Amore, died at her home this morning at 7 o’clock from Bright’s disease. She had been ill for the past two years and was seriously ill for the past six months. She was born in Adams township and spent most of her life in Plainfield. Mr. and Mrs. Amore were married 47 years ago. The following children survive: Stanley Amore, Mrs. J.D. Woodward, Charles, Grover and Georgia, all of Plainfield and Jesse of Zanesville. One brother, William Burden and a sister, Mrs. Nan Stockum, both of Plainfield, also survive.
Funeral services will be held on Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the Plainfield M.E. church in charge of Rev. R.A. Hall. Burial will be made in the Plainfield cemetery.
Laura (Amore) Reese
The Newark Advocate; Thurs, June 9, 1955; pg. 5
In failing health the past 18 months, Mrs. Laura Reese, 83, widow of John Thomas Reese, died at 9 p.m. Wednesday in her home in Alexandria.
A native of Coshocton County, born Aug. 17, 1871, Mrs. Reese had resided in Alexandria almost 60 years. She was the daughter of William and Elizabeth (Spencer) Amore, and niece of Dr. Bunyan Spencer.
Her husband preceded her in death in 1931, and surviving are three daughters and one son; Mrs. R.J. Kirkpatrick of Long Beach, Calif., Mrs. George Cornelius of San Gabriel, Calif., Mrs. Wendell Oglesbee of Lakewood, and Ellis Reese of Alexandria; also 10 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. W.D. Brannon of Adamsville. The late Cephas Amore was a brother of Mrs. Reese, and a sister, two other brothers, three half brothers and two half sisters are also deceased.
Mrs. Reese for many years was active in the work of the Baptist Church in Alexandria of which she had been a member since 1896.
Services will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday in the church with the Rev. Leroy Day and the Rev. Ray C. McMillan conducting the service. Burial will be made in Maple Grove Cemetery, Alexandria. The body will be reutrned to the fmaily home Friday morning from the Gutliph & Henderson Fruneral Home.
Nellie (Amore) Brannon
Coshocton Tribune; October 24, 1961
Mrs. Dennis Brannon Mrs. Dennis Brannon, about 88, died Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Myers, in Canton. Nellie Amore was born in Franklin township, Coshocton county, to William and Elizabeth Spencer Amore. In 1902 she was married to Mr. Brannon and they resided in Coshocton for several years. They later moved to Adamsville where they lived for 39 years. It was here that Mr. Brannon died in 1954. One sister and four brothers preceded her in death. The funeral will be at 1:30 Thursday at the Methodist church where she was a member. Two nephews, Maj. Rollo W. Amore and Rev. Isaiah H. Amore, will officiate. Burial will be in New Hope cemetery.
Zanesville Times Recorder; Tuesday, October 24, 1961; Page 8
Mrs. Nellie Amore Brannon 86. a former resident of Adamsville. died at 11:15 a.m Monday at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Merville Meyer of Canton, following a 10-month illness.
She was born in Coshocton County February 12, 1875, the daughter of William and Sarah Spencer Amore. She made her home in Canton the past six years. Her husband, William D. Brannon, died on Oct. 1, 1954. She was a member of Adamsville Methodist Church.
Surviving in addition to her daughter are several nieces and nephews.
Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Adamsville Methodist Church. Burial will be in New Hope Cemetery near Adamsville.
The body will be taken from Shirer and Son Funeral Home to the church one hour before services.
Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. today.
William Dennison Brannon
Coshocton Tribune; Saturday evening, Oct. 2, 1954
William D. Brannon
William Dennison Brannon, 83, Adamsville, a one-time resident of Coshocton county, died Friday after being ill for a year.
A retired farmer, Mr. Brannon was born in Muskingum county Nov. 18, 1870, a son of Michael and Sarah Ann McCall Brannon. He had made his home in Adamsville for the last 39 years. He was a member of the Adamsville Methodist church.
Surviving are his widow, the former Nellie Amore; a daughter, Mrs. Merville Meyer of Canton; a brother, N.S. Brannon of Zanesville.
Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday from Adamsville Methodist church. Rev. Rolla Amore and Rev. I.A. Amore will officiate. Burial will be in New Hope cemtery near Adamsville.
Friends may call at the residence.
Benjamin F. Baker
The Coshocton Tribune; Page 8, May 21, 1936
B. F. Baker, Native of Plainfield, Dies
Former Teacher Succumbs at Columbus Home
Relatives here received word Tuesday afternoon of the sudden death of Benjamin F. Baker, 62, which occurred at his home at 2392 Apple st., Columbus. He was found dead in bed by his wife Tuesday morning.
Mr. Baker was a former Coshocton County resident, having been born in Plainfield, the son of John and Charlotte Baker. He had lived in Coshocton, Chili, Roscoe, and Isleta, was a former teacher in several Coshocton county schools, and at one time was justice of the peace in Coshocton. In 1919 he moved with his family to Columbus and for the past several years had been employed by the Belmont Casket Co. of that place.
In December 1893, he was united in marriage to Miss Clemmie Amore, who survives. Also surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Emerson Levering of Columbus, Mrs. John Smith of Cincinnati and Mrs. Harry Foster of Springfield, Ohio; a son Donald Baker of Columbus; seven grandchildren; two brothers, Lewis of Plainfield and James of Newcomerstown, and a sister, Mrs. Christie Latham of near Plainfield. Mrs. Henry Amore, Roscoe, is his mother-in-law.
Funeral services will be held at the home Thursday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Columbus.
Louisa Clementine (Amore) Baker
Coshocton Tribune; Apr. 5, 1956
Mrs. B.F. Baker
Mrs. B.F. Baker, 82, former resident of Coshocton, Roscoe and Chili, died at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Harry E. Foster, Springfield, Wednesday at 3 a.m.
Louisa Clemmie Amore was born Mar. 12, 1874, the daughter of William and Mary A. Werts Amore of Lafayette township. In 1892 she was married to Benjamin F. Baker, who died in 1936.
Survivors include one son, Donald F. Baker, Columbus; three daughters, Mrs. H.E. Foster, Springfield, Mrs. Emerson Levering, Columbus, and Mrs. John Smith, Pittsburgh; five brothers, Rev. I.H. amore and Rollo W. Amore, Coshocton, Roy Amore, Coshocton Route 2, H. I. Amore, Roscoe, and Clarence Amore, Cleveland; 12 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. One brother is deceased.
Funeral services will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the Schoedinger funeral home, Columbus, in charge of her grandson, Francis Baker, West Jefferson. Burial will be in the Sunset cemetery, Columbus.
Leroy T. Amore
Coshocton Tribune; Jan. 28, 1974
West Lafayette - Leroy T. Amore, 94, of West Lafayette Route 1, a retired coal miner, died at 2:20 a.m. today at County Memorial Hospital, where he had been admitted on Jan. 24.
He was born July 21, 1879, in Linton Twp., a son of Henry and Annie Wertz Amore. In 1908, he was married to Mamie Harriet Rivers, who died in 1957. Mr. Amore was a member of the Salvation Army.
Survivors include seven daughters, Mrs. William (Sophia) Donley, Fresno, Mrs. George (Annie) Moore, Warsaw Route 1, Mrs. Galen (Lawanda) Burger, Mrs. Forrest (Isabelle) Simmons and Mrs. Ethel Angle, all of Coshocton, Mrs. Felix (Lily) Green and Mrs. Roger (Mary) Maple, both of Wes Lafayette; four sons, Everett Amore, Fresno Route 1, Thurman Amore, Newcomerstown, Virgil Amore, Weed, Calif., and Leo Amore, Thornville; 57 grandchildren and 103 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Rev. Isaiah Amore and H.I. Amore, of Coshocton. Two sons, three brothers and one sister are deceased.
Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Salvation Army Citadel with Capt. Frank L. Psaute and Brig. Alvin Youtzy officiating. Burial will be in Fairfield Cemetery at West Lafayette.
Friends will be received at the Dawson Funeral Home Wednesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday noon at the Citadel until time for services.
Rollo Wertz Amore
Coshocton Tribune; March 8, 1972
MANSFIELD: Senior Major Rolio W. Amore. 86, of 512 Sunset Blvd.. Mansfield, a retired Salvation Army officer, died Tuesday at the Castleloma Sanitarium in that community following a three-year illness. He was. born Nov. 1, 1885 in Coshocton County, a son of William Henry and Anna Wertz Amore. On Dec. 28, 1900, he was married to Alice Bell McCall, who died in 1965. Senior Major Amore was commissioned in the Salvation Army in 1918 and retired in 1950 after serving in the Army in several Ohio cities, Ashland, Mansfield, Coshocton and Dover. He made his home in Mansfield since 1968 moving there from Coshocton. He was a member of the Long Service Order of the Salvation Army and the Coshocton Masonic Lodge. Surviving are his son, Ralph W. Amore, 512 Sunset Blvd.. Mansfield; two daughters, Mrs. Donald (Beatrice) Mathews, 188 Clesser Ave., Mansfield and Mrs. Florence Zellner, Columbus; four brothers. Rev. I.H. Amore, Herbert Amore and Roy Amore, all of Coshocton, ard Clarence Amore, Cleveland; nine grandchildren, 16 greatgrandchildren and four great-greatgrandchildren. Services will be held at 1:30 pm. Friday at the Salvation Army Citadel in Coshocton with Brigadier Alvin Youtzy officiating. Burial will be in South Lawn Cemetery. Friends may call at the Dawson Funeral Home Thursday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. and where Masonic rites will be held at 7 p.m. Calling hours will be (inelligble) Wednesday at the (ineligible) Funeral Home in Mansfield from 7 to 9 p.m.
Wesley Roy Amore
Coshocton Tribune; Monday, July 23, 1973
Wesley R. Amore, 66, Coshocton Route 4, died at 7:45 p.m. Sunday at County Memorial Hospital, where he had been a patient for two days. He was born May 24, 1907 in Coshocton County, a son of LeRoy (Roy) T. Amore, West Lafayette Route 1, and the late Mamie Harriet Rivers Amore He had been married to Florence Whyde, who survives. Mr. Amore had been a coal miner in Coshocton County most of his life and had been a cutting machine operator, retiring in 1969. He belonged to the Faith Tabernacle in West Lafayette. Besides his father and wife, survivors are four brothers, Thurman Amore, Newcomerstown, Virgil Amore, address unknown, Leo Amore, Thornville, and Everett Amore, Fresno Route 1; seven sisters, Ms. Ethel Angle, 759 Pine St., Mrs. Felix (Lily) Green, West Lafayette Route 1, Mrs. George [Annie) Moore, Warsaw. Mrs. W i l l i am (Sophia) Donley, Fresno Route 3, Mrs. Roger (Mary) Maple, Guernsey Route 1, Mrs. Galen (Wanda) Burger, 1227 Denman Ave., and Mrs Forrest (Isabelle) Simmons, 94 South Lawn Ave. One brother Arthur Amore, died to 1942. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Free Funeral Home with the Rev. Earl B. Johnson, Faith Tabernacle, West Lafayette, officiating. Burial will be in Fairfield Cemetery at West Lafayette. Friends may call at the local funeral home Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and until time for services on Wednesday.
Charles V. Angle
Coshocton Tribune; Tuesday, Feb. 13, 1973, pg. 2
Newcomerstown - Charles V. Angle, 40, of 4600 Gage St., Apt. 28, Bell, Calif., a former Newcomerstown resident, died early Monday morning from a heart attack while at work as an airplace mechanic at the McCollough Air Lines at Bell.
He was born Aug. 8, 1932, in Newcomerstown, a son of Mrs. Ethel Angle, Coshocton, and the late Charles E. Angle.
He graduated from Newcomerstown High School in 1950.
Survivors are his wife, Donna; four sons, Steven, James, Joseph, and Thomas; three sisters, Mrs. George A. Dilley, Worthington, Ind., Mrs. Russell W. Hart, Dennison, and Mrs. James V. (Lorna) Couts, Newcomerstown.
Services and burial are planned Wednesday at Long Beach, Calif.
Catherine (Sunafrank) Angle
The Coshocton Tribune; April 29, 2006
WEST LAFAYETTE -- Catherine "Grammie" M. Angle, 71, of 610 Plainfield Road, Apt. 1D, died Thursday, April 27, 2006, at Akron General Medical Center in Akron. She was born Oct. 14, 1934, in Coshocton County, to Annie A. (Amore) Sunafrank of Coshocton, and the late Clarence W. Sunafrank. Catherine had worked at the former American Glove Co. in Coshocton, was a member of Plainfield United Methodist Church, A.A.R.P. and Veterans of Foreign Wars 2040 Auxiliary in Coshocton.
On April 8, 1951, she married Floyd D. Angle, who died July 6, 1989. Survivors include three daughters, Beatrice (Alex) Jonard of West Lafayette, Kathy Sue Gibson of West Lafayette, and Marie L. (Earnest) Edwards of Kimbolton; three sons, Floyd W. (Linda) Angle of West Lafayette, David A. (Anna) Angle of West Lafayette, and Timothy J. (Candy) Angle of West Lafayette; 17 grandchildren; 17 stepgrandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; 17 stepgreat-grandchildren; and two sisters, Jeanie (John) Hammond and Linda J. (Dick) Graham, all of Coshocton.
She was preceded in death by son, Thomas Angle; daughter, Teresa Angle; one son-in-law Carol Gibson; one brother; two great-grandchildren; and step-father George Mason. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 3, 2006, at Addy Funeral Home in Newcomerstown, with the Rev. Johnnie Swann officiating. Burial will be at Plainfield Cemetery in Plainfield.
Visitation is from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 2, at Addy Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 1815 W. Market St., Suite 108, Akron, OH 44313.
Arrangements are by Addy Funeral Home.
Coshocton Tribune; Oct. 28, 1965; Thurs, Oct. 28, 1965
Teresa Carolyn Angle, five month-old daughter of Darrell and Catherine Sunafrank Angle of 330 Walnut St., died at 2:15 a.m. Wednesday in Children's Hospital, Columbus. She was born in Coshocton, May 19, 1965. In addition to her parents she is survived by three brothers and three sisters, Beatrice, Kathy, Marie, William, David and Timothy, all of the home: the maternal grandmother, Mrs. George Moore of Coshocton; the paternal grandfather, Floyd Angle, Cambridge; the paternal great-grandfathers, Roy Amore of Coshocton and Wilmer Sunafrank of Elyria. One brother is deceased. Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday at the Addy Funeral Home in Newcomerstown with Rev. I. H. Amore officiating. Burial will be in Plainfield Cemetery. Friends will be received at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m today.
Henry A. McAfoose
Coshocton Tribune; Sunday, June 30, 1968; pg. 10
Henry A. McAfoose
Henry A. McAfoose, 59, of Mansfield, son-in-law of Major Rollo Amore, 1016 Orange st., died Friday in Good Samaritan Hospital, Mansfield.
He was married to the former Beatrice Amore of this city.
Mr. McAfoose, veteran of World War II, who served in the Marines, was a former oil well driller in oil fields in Texas and Oklahoma.
Surviving besides his widow are three children by a former marriage.
Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at the Wappner Funeral Home in Mansfield by Major Arthur McGower. Place of burial has not been set.
The age reported in the obituary is more than likely a misprint. IF he was 60 years old
when he died, he would have been born in 1869 - 9 years prior to his parents' marriage and when his father was 15 years old.
Mary H. Amore Maple
Coshocton Tribune; Originally Published April 2, 2007
NEWCOMERSTOWN- Mary H. Maple, 84, of Newcomerstown, died Saturday, March 31, 2007, at her home.
She was born on April 22, 1922, in Coshocton County to the late Leroy and Mamie (Rivers) Amore.
Mary was homemaker who enjoyed all of her family as well as birds, flower gardens, making rugs and writing poems. She was a member of the former Four Square Gospel Church of Newcomerstown.
She is survived by five daughters, Rosalie Maloy of Newcomerstown, Jean (Clare) Taylor of West Lafayette, Virginia Rothenstein of West Lafayette, Charlotte (Randy) Haney of Wainwright, and Mary (Michael) Garbrandt of Newcomerstown; three sons, Edward E. (Alice M.) Grewell of Newcomerstown, Robert L. (Teresa) Grewell of Coshocton, and Roger Grewell of West Lafayette; 28 grandchildren; two step grandchildren; 53 great-grandchildren; one step great-grandchild; three great-great-grandchildren; three sisters, Annie Moore, Isabell Simmons, and Lawanda Cappel, all of Coshocton; and two brothers, Virgil Amore of Oklahoma and Leo Amore of Chillicothe. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by one son, Richard Maple; one granddaughter; one grandson; four brothers; and three sisters.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, April, 4, 2007, at Addy Funeral Home, Newcomertown, with Pastor Greg Emerick officiating. Burial will be in Fairfield Cemetery, West Lafayette.
Calling hours will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 3, 2007, at the funeral home.
Lily M. Amore
Coshocton Tribune; Originally Published April 2, 2007
WEST LAFAYETTE- Lily M. Green, 95, of West Lafayette, went to be with the Lord at 1:35 a.m., Saturday, March 31, 2007, at Genesis Extended Care Rehabilitation Center in Zanesville.
Born Feb. 17, 1912, in Coshocton County, she was the daughter of the late LeRoy and Mamie Pearl (Rivers) Amore.
A loving farmer's wife, she enjoyed gardening and crocheting and was a member of the Plainfield United Methodist Church.
On May 2, 1929, she married Felix Sylvester Green who preceded her in death on Sept. 7, 1982.
Surviving are two daughters, Rosemary (William) Art of Newcomerstown, and Josephine "Jo" Gephart of West Lafayette, with whom she had made her home the past three years; four grandsons, Dave (Peggy) Alexander of Coshocton, Hubert (Ellen) Alexander of Woodsfield, Jack (Betty) Art of Newcomerstown, and Perry (Carol) Alexander of Orlando, Fla.; two granddaughters, Mary (Doug) Robertson of West Lafayette, and Diana Wetzel and John of Allegany, Pa.; seven great-granddaughters; eight great-grandsons; 13 great-great-grandchildren; two brothers, Virgil Amore of Tulsa Okla., and Leo (Chris) Amore of McArthur, Ohio; three sisters, Annie Moore, Isabelle Simmons, and LaWanda Capple all of Coshocton; several nieces and nephews; a special friend, Linda Brown of West Lafayette; and a sister, Mary Maple of Newcomerstown, who followed Lily in death also on March 31, 2007.
In addition to her husband and parents, Lily was preceded in death by a daughter, Betty Louise Green; a granddaughter, Beverly Cook; a great-granddaughter, Jennifer Alexander; four brothers, Arthur, Thurman, Wesley and Everett Amore; and two sisters, Sophia Donley and Ethel Angle.
Services will be held at 1:30 p.m., Thursday, April 5, 2007, at the Plainfield United Methodist Church with Hubert Alexander, minister, officiating. Interment will follow at Mount Zion Cemetery in Lafayette Township.
Calling hours will be held from 5 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, April 4, 2007, at the Free Funeral Home, Coshocton and one hour prior to services on Thursday at the Church.
Memoriams may be made to the Woodsfield Christian Church, P.O. Box 581, Woodsfield, OH 43793, or Word of Life Ministry, 427 Russell Ave., West Lafayette, OH 43845, or the Plainfield United Methodist Church, Plainfield, OH 43836. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home.
Raymond E. Amore Updated January 27, 2007
The Newark Advocate; Aug. 20, 2006
Dec. 28, 1924-Aug.18, 2006 A funeral service for the Rev. Raymond E. Amore, Sr., 81, of Newark, will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Brucker & Kishler Funeral Home, with the the Rev. Chester Sidle officiating. Burial will be after in Newark Memorial Gardens. Rev. Amore, a part-time Realtor for Century 21, passed away Aug. 18, 2006, at his residence. He was born Dec. 28, 1924, in Roscoe, to the late Herbert I. and Fannie (Coder) Amore. The Rev. Amore was an ordained (can't access rest of obit).
Julia Ann (House) Tuttle
Coshocton Weekly Times; Coshocton, Ohio; Thursday, November 28, 1907; page 3
Mrs. Julia Tuttle Dies At Defiance
The family of James House, living in the eastern part of the city received a message at two o'clock this afternoon from Defiance conveying the sad news that their daughter, Mrs. Julia Tuttle had just died in that city as the result of child birth. Mrs. Tuttle was formerly a trained nurse in this city and was conducting a sanitarium at Defiance. She was about 27 years of age. The brothers and sisters of the deceased left for Defiance at once to attend the funeral.
Ella Maria (House) Amore
Coshocton Tribune; July 3, 1946
Mrs. Lloyd Amore, 64, Lifelong Resident of County, Dies Today
Mrs. Lloyd Amore died at her home, 684 John st., at 5 a. m. today following an illness of several months from cancer.
Ella House was born in Coshocton county in 1882, a daughter of James and Fanny House, and spent her entire life in this vicinity.
Besides her husband she is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Marie Werkley, Philadelphia, and Mrs. Gertrude Shackelford, Zanesville; five sons, Norman and Bervil, Coshocton, Gail and Paul, Detroit, and S/Sgt. Eugene Amore with the army air force in Great Falls, Mont.; a brother, Lester House, Coshocton, and a sister, Mrs. Thomas Ruby, Coshocton route. She was an active member of the Nazarene church and funeral services will be held there at 2 p.m. Saturday in charge of Rev. L. L. Zimmerman. Burial will be in Prairie Chapel cemetery.
John Wesley House
Coshocton Tribune, Oct. 23, 1945
John W. House Dies at Age 71
John Wesley House, 71, a carpenter in Coshocton for 33 years and active in the labor movement, died at 9:45 p.m. Monday at city hospital after a two-day illness with angina pectoris.
He was born Aug. 31, 1874, in Coshocton county, a son of James and Frances Ogan House. On July 30, 1902, he was married to Lulu Peer, who survives. For several years after their marriage they operated a farm in Logan county, Ohio, and then moved to Coshocton 33 years ago.
Mr. House was past president of the Coshocton Eagles lodge and served as chairman of the Coshocton county salvage committee for a period during World War II. He was a member of the carpenters union here.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Pauline Torjusen, 392 South Ninth st.; a son, Harold House, 650 Elm st.; four grandchildren ; a sister, Mrs. Ella Amore and a brother, Lester House, both of this city; a half-brother, Ed House of Coshocton Route 4, and a half-sister, Mrs. Belle Ruby, Birds Run. Four brothers and two sisters preceeded him in death. Funeral services will be at the 1 p.m. Thursday at the Glass funeral home, 710 Main st. Rev. R.P. Hudnall of Calvary Methodist church and Rev. L.L. Zimmerman of the Nazarene church will officiate. Burial will be in Prairie Chapel cemetery. Friends will be received at the funeral home this evening starting at 7 p.m. and again from 4 p.m. Wednesday until time for the services Thursday afternoon.
James William House Updated January 26, 2008
Coshocton Tribune; Sunday Morning, November 7, 1920; Vol. XII, No. 66; Front Page
Body of J.W. House to be Buried Monday at Prairie Chapel
Word was received Saturday by John House, Vine-st, that his brother, James W. House, aged 44, died at his home in Sebring Friday night at 10:10 o'clock following a week's illness from pneumonia. He took suddenly ill while at work in the Pottery plant at Sebring a week ago.
James W. House was born three miles east of Coshocton, June 20, 1876.
He was a resident of Coshocton until 18 months ago when he with his family moved to Sebring.
He worked at the Pope-Glosser China Co. plant here for 15 years.
He was a pottery worker by trade.
Mr. House was a member of local United Brethren Church and had been a follower of that belief for more than 18 years.
He was married March 30, 1899 to Cora Randles, who preceded him to the grave a year ago.
He is survived by his four children: Raymond, 20; Mildred, 16; Lillian, 14 and Kenneth, 7, all of the late home. He is survived by his brothers and sisters, Florus, Lester and John, all of Coshocton; Edward House, half brother, Plainfield Road; Mrs. Lloyd Amore, Elm-st; Mrs. J.A. Conger, a half sister, 927 south Seventh-st; Mrs. Thomas Rudy, near Plainfield a half sister. His father, James E. House, a Civil war veteran who is living at the Soldiers' home in Sandusky, survives.
The body arrived from Sebring Saturday night and was brot to the home of his sister, Mrs. Lloyd Amore, elm-st, where it was prepared for burial.
Funeral services will be conducted at the E.B. church Monday morning at 11 o'clock with Rev. L.J. Hopper in charge.
Burial will be made at the Prairie Chapel Church.
Florus Allen House Updated January 27, 2007
Coshocton Tribune; Thursday evening, July 10, 1941; Front page; Vol. XXXII, No. 313, 3 cents
F.A. House Dies After Operation in Cleveland Hospital
Florus Allen House, 68, Coshocton, died in Cleveland Marine hospital at 2 a.m. today from complications following an operation.
Mr. House was born in Guernsey county April 21, 1873, the son of James and Frances House. On July 26, 1899, he was united in marriage to Emma Stacer, who survives. He was a member of the Nazarene church here for a number of years.
Besides the widow he is survived by the following children: Mrs. Gertrude Hughes, New York City, Mrs. Helen Fahey, Boston, Ralph of Coshocton, Weltha of New York City, Dorothy and Mrs. Betty Carpenter of the home; 13 grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Lloyd Amore, Coshocton; two brothers, John and Lester House of Coshocton; a half-sister, Mrs. Thomas Ruby, Plainfield, and a half-brother, Ed House, Plainfield road.
Funeral services will be held at the Nazarene church at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in charge of Rev. J.D. Moore. Burial will be in Prairie Chapel cemetery.
Edward F. House Updated January 27, 2007
Coshocton Tribune; December 28, 1945
Heart Attack Fatal To Ed House, 79, At Home on Route 4
Ed House, 79, a lifelong resident of Coshocton Route 4, died suddenly of a heart attack at 2:45 a.m. today at his home. He was born Dec 16, 1866, a son of James and Fannie House. He was a farmer all his life. He was married Oct. 9, 1889, to Nancy Rogers, who survives.
He also leaves a son, Waldo House, of the home; a grandson, a half-sister, Mrs Lloyd Amore, and a half-brother, Lester House, both of this city. Funeial services will be at 2 p. m. Sunday at the Dawson funeral home, 325 McClain av. Burial will be in the Zion cemetery, on the Plainield road. Friends may call at the funeral home.
Nancy Rodgers House
Coshocton Tribune; Tuesday evening, Mar. 9, 1948; Front page; Vol. XXXIX, No. 197
Nancy House, 87, Lifelong Resident of County, Is Claimed
Nancy House, 87, widow of Edward House, died at her home on Route 4 at 7:30 last evening. Nancy Rodgers was born June 16, 1860, in Tuscarawas township, a daughter of Madison and Julia Rodgers. In 1889 she was united in marriage to Edward House, who preceded her in death in 1945.
Surviving are one son, Waldo E. House of Route 4; and two grandsons.
Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Dawson funeral home. Rev. Russel Hoy officiating. Burial will be made in Mt. Zion cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home from 3 p.m. Wednesday.
Waldo E. House
Cleveland Necrology File
House. Waldo House, beloved husband of Ethel, father of Richard and Donald, grandfather of Charlene, Ronald and Janette, late residence, 2416 W. 10th St. Friends may call at Zimmer's Funeral Home, 2937 W. 14th St. 2-5 And 7-10 P.M. Sunday, where services will be held Monday, March 28, at 1:30 p.m.
Arthur Joseph House Updated January 27, 2007
Coshocton Tribune; Sunday morning; April 29, 1945; page 8
35 Years Ago
APRIL 29, 1910
Arthur Joseph, two months son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester House, North Eleventh st., died at home following a short illness from pneumonia.
Welby James House Updated January 27, 2007
Coshocton Daily Times; Monday, July 12, 1909
Babe Dies From Spinal Trouble
Welby, the six weeks old son of Mr. and Mrs. F.A. House of East Elm street died Sunday night of spinal trouble; he had been ill since his birth. The funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon and interment will be made at Prairie Chapel.
Wilbur Gray House Updated January 27, 2007
Coshocton Daily Age; July 15, 1903
Wilber Gray House, the One year old son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. House, died at their home on South Tenth street, Tuesday afternoon. Death was caused from typhoid fever. The funeral cortege will leave the house at one o'clock, Thursday afternoon. Services will be held and interment made at Prairie Chapel.
Johnson E. Ruby Updated January 26, 2008
Newcomerstown News, Nov. 26, 1959
Johnson E. Ruby, 66, Guernsey Route 2, died unexpectedly at 1 p.m. Saturday at the residence following a heart attack. He was born Feb. 28, 1893, in Linton township, a son of Thomas W. and Beldora House Ruby.
Surviving are two brothers, Oscar Ruby of Guernsey Route 2 and Elmer Ruby, Coshocton; three sisters, Mrs. Elmer Cornelius, Guernsey Route 2, Mrs. Benjamin House, Coshocton, and Mrs. Viola Kistler, Engelwood, Calif. One brother and one sister are deceased. He was a railroad worker for a number of years. He held a life membership in DAV Chapter 12, Zanesville. He served in World War I. Funeral services were Monday at 2 p.m. at the Bonnell funeral home, West Lafayette, with Rev. R.A. Hall, officiating. Burial was in the Plainfield cemetery.
Thomas W. Ruby Updated January 26, 2008
Newcomerstown News, July 19, 1956
Thomas W. Ruby, 91, Plainfield, a retired farmer, died Friday at the Bonnie Mere Rest Home, Coshocton. He was born Jan. 15, 1865 at Cannonsburg, Ohio, was married March 31, 1886, to Bell Dora Howell, who died in 1951.
Surviving are three daughters, 4 sons, 15 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and two great great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on Sunday from the Plainfield Methodist church of which he was a member, conducted by Rev. Donald Yaussey and burial was made in the Plainfield cemetery.
James Wilson Johnson
Obituary that appeared in the Anderson Herald
Thursday, Nov. 1, 1917, Page 4
JAS. W. JOHNSON, AGE 88, IS DEAD
Grocer and Postmaster Fourteen Years at Johnson's Crossing, Near Anderson. Oldest Member of Large Family
James W. Johnson, age 88, died at 3 a.m. Wednesday at the home of his son, J.L. Johnson, 99 Indiana avenue, North Anderson. The funeral will take place at 10 a.m. Friday at the J.L. Johnson residence with Rev. H.R. McCune conducting the service. The body will be taken to the Blue River church cemetery, five miles south of Knightstown.
Mr. Johnson is survived by five children - James B. Johnson, of Tipton; O.L. Johnson, of Dublin; J.L. Johnson, North Anderson; Mrs. Ollie B. Tyler and Mrs. Martha E. Whittiker, of Battle Creek, Mich,; seventeen grandchildren, thirteen great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.
Mr. Johnson was born in Brown county, Ohio, and came to Rush county, Indiana at the age of three and spent his youth there. He married Eveline Mulless and located in Madison county about thirty years ago.
For fourteen years he was a grocer and also postmaster at Johnson's Crossing, five miles west of Anderson.
Mr. Johnson suffered from dropsy since last January, but he came from Battle Creek, Mich,; to Anderson last summer to attend the Johnson reunion, of which he was the oldest member present. The reunion was held on his birthday for the past few years and last year he was presented with a gold headed cane.
Sallie J.M. Johnson Updated January 26, 2008
Anderson Daily Bulletin; Saturday, April 21, 1934, page 11
Ex-Perkinsville Resident Is Dead
Perkinsville - April 21.-Mrs. Sallie Johnson Daggett, age 71, former resident of Perkinsville, died Friday at 4 p.m. at her home in Indianapolis. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Van Horn and Miss Irene Lewark, both of Indianapolis. Funeral services will be conducted Monday afternoon in Indianapolis. Burial will be in Lapel.
John Lafayette Johnson
Original obituary prepared for newspaper by Glen Roy Johnson
JOHN LAFAYETTE JOHNSON, son of James W. and Amanda Johnson (nee Mullis) was born March 2, 1861 in Rush County, Indiana. His early boyhood was spent in and around Rushville and Kokomo, Indiana. While a very young man he settled in Madison County, near Anderson, Indiana. On July 4, 1883 he was married to Katie J. Blazer. To this union were born two sons, Letus W. and Glen R. In 1910 a foster daughter, Eva, came to bless the home. Letus, the older son, passed away in 1915. Shortly after coming to Anderson, Indiana, in 1889, to make their home they became identified with the Central Christian church and continued as active members until leaving there in March, 1930, due to illness of Mrs. Johnson, to make their home with their son Glen and family at Fairfield, Ohio. On May 20, 1930, Mrs. Johnson passed away and Mr. Johnson continued Living with his son until his death on May 28, 1939. In 1889 he entered the employ of American Steel and Wire Company at Anderson. In 1904 he entered business for himself as a fruit and vegetable peddler. After taking up his residence in Fairfield, he continued to sell fruit and vegetables during the spring and summer month, until the fall of 1938. Since January this year he had been in failing health, but did not become seriously ill until last Friday and died at 10:30 A.M., Sunday, May 28th, at the age of 78 years, 2 months, and 26 days. He leaves to mourn his passing his son Glen R. and daughter Mrs. Eva Skinner of Fortville, Indiana, and 4 grandchildren.
John Lafayette Johnson
Newspaper Obituary from Unknown Indiana paper
JOHNSON FUNERAL TO BE WEDNESDAY Funeral services for John Lafe Johnson, age 78, former Anderson resident who died Sunday at the home of a son, Glen Johnson, in Fairfield, O., will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Bob Waltz funeral home. Rev. James H. Welsh, pastor of the East Lynn Christian Church, will be in charge, and burial will be in East Maplewood cemetery. The body will arrive at the funeral home Wednesday morning to lie in state until the hour of the funeral.
Glen Roy Johnson
Fairborn Herald, Fairborn, Ohio January 18, 1985
COL. GLEN R. JOHNSON
Retired Col. Glen R. Johnson, 86, died this morning, Jan. 18, 1985, in Trinity Home, Dayton. Col. Johnson held many property and supply posts in the U.S. Air Force Air Material Command before retiring in late 1959 as deputy director of supply and services, Dayton AF Depot. Born in Anderson, Ind., he moved to the Dayton area in 1923 to become a supply clerk at Fairfield Air Depot (later named Wright Field). He formerly resided in the Park Layne Apartments in Dayton. He also had resided in Fairborn for 19 years and had proposed the merger of the villages of Fairfield and Osborn many years before their merger in 1950 to become Fairborn. He was elected to the Fairfield Village Council in 1936, was instrumental in the building of the sewage disposal plant to serve both villages, and served as fire chief for the volunteer fire department. Active in veteran affairs, he was commander and service officer for George E. Dignam Post 526 (now Dignam-Whitmore Post), and also served as scoutmaster for several years of Boy Scout Troop 54, sponsored by the Post. Col. Johnson was one of the first to receive the Silver Beaver award in 1930 given for leadership in the Tecumseh Council, Boys Scouts of America. In the 1950s and '60s, he was active as national commander and newspaper editor of the National Association of Balloon Corps Veterans (NABCV) (WWI), and had contributed many artifacts to the Air Force Museum at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. He also served two terms as regional vice president of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees. Col. Johnson began his military career in 1918 when he enlisted and was assigned to the 14th Balloon Company and saw WWI duty in France. He was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Army Quartermaster Reserve in 1924, and later was called to serve active duty as a major. He served tours of duty in Orlando, Wright Field, Pacific Theater and in July 1945 was appointed to the War Department Equipment Board, headed by Gen. Joseph (Vinegar Joe) Stillwell, with rank of lieutenant colonel. In April '46, Johnson was assigned as chief of the Logistics Branch, Air Force Division of the National Guard, and during the next four years helped organize and equip 27 wings and 84 squadrons of the Air National Guard. Johnson was promoted to full colonel in June 1950 and saw duty in Wiesbaden, Germany, where he served as director, supply and services, Headquarters, USAFE. This was followed by a tour as director of material, Arnold Engineering Development Center, Tullahoma, Tenn. He was relieved from active duty in September '53, returned to civil service in Dayton, and retired from the Air Force in December 1958. His affiliations included Michael L. Finnell Lodge 764, F&AM; Aero Chapter 536, Order of Easter Star (past worthy patron); Antioch Shrine Temple, Dayton; High 12 Club of Dayton 69; Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite Valley of Dayton; NARFE; American Association of Retired Persons; American Legion Post 526; VFW Post 6861, Fairborn; Voiture 40 and 8; Kittyhawk Chapter 70, Reserve Officers Association of the United States; and Retired Officers Association. A member of Trinity United Church of Christ, he was a charter member of the Aviation Hall of Fame and a past member of the USAFE Chapter, National Sojourners; Joppa Lodge, FAAM, and Joppa Chapter, OES, both in Washington, D.C.; Oregon Military Lodge, F&AM, Frankfurt, Germany; and the Square and Compass Club (serving as president) and the Star of Germany Chapter, OES, both in Wiesbaden. Col. Johnson is survived by a son, Glen R. Johnson Jr., Battle Creek, Mich.; daughter, Mary H. Amore, Beavercreek; eight grandchildren; 2 step-grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and one great-great grandchild. He was preceded in death by his wife Vesta in January 1984; daughters Genevieve in 1958 and Lois Evelyn in 1927. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Burcham Funeral Home. Full military honors will be observed and the Rev. Roger Burlingham will officiate. Burial will be in the Glen Haven Memorial Gardens, New Carlisle. Visitation will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday in the funeral home. Memorial donations may be made to the Trinity United Church of Christ Elevator Fund, 821 N. Central Ave.
Eva L. Johnson Skinner Updated January 27, 2008
Unknown Anderson, Indiana Newspaper
Eva L. Skinner
Eva L. Skinner, 80, Anderson, died Sunday at Countryside Manor Healthcare Center after an extended illness.
She was born Oct. 5, 1910, in Anderson, and had lived in the Anderson area most of her life. She as a housekeeper/sitter and had lived at Harter House before moving to Countryside Manor. She was one of the original residents of Harter House.
There are no survivors.
Graveside services will be at 2:30 p.m. today at East Maplewood Cemetery wit the Rev. Ron Spyker of First United Methodist Church officiating.
James Oakland Goul
Anderson Daily Bulletin
Wednesday, Oct. 30, 1935
Page 6, Column 4
JAMES O. GOUL EXPIRES HERE
James Oakie Goul, age 83, residing at 1462 1/2 Main street, died yesterday at 8:30 p.m. in St. John's Hospital of complications following a stroke of paralysis he suffered more than a week ago. Following the stroke he was found unconscious on the floor of his room and he was removed to the hospital. He had been a resident of this city all his life. There are no known close relatives. The body was removed to the Howard H. Brown funeral home where services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. Burial will be in a local cemetery.
Katie Jane Blazer
Unknown Indiana Newspaper
KATIE JOHNSON EXPIRES IN OHIO Mrs. Katie J. Johnson, age 65, wife of J.L. Johnson, fruit wagon driver here for 26 years, died of cancer of the stomach today at 6:20 a.m. at the home of a son, Glen R. Johnson, of Fairfield, O., where Mr. and Mrs. Johnson had gone from Anderson on March 1 of this year. The body will be brought here for funeral services and burial. The remains will lie in state at the Central Christian church Friday from 12 until 2 p.m. Services will be conducted at 2 o'clock by Rev. Harper McCune. Besides the husband and son at whose home she died, Mrs. Johnson is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Eva Skinner, living on Cincinnati avenue; a brother, Wesley Blazer, of Mechanicsburg, O.; a half-brother, Okie Goul, of Anderson; two sisters, Mrs. Rachel Givens, of Kansas City, Kan., and Mrs. Mattie Hardman, of Anderson, and four grandchildren. Mrs. Johnson was born and reared west of Anderson in Stony Creek township and had spent all of her life in this County, with the exception of the last three months when she had resided with her son. The family lived at 623 Indiana avenue, North Anderson, for fifteen years. Mrs. Johnson was a member of the Central Christian church.
Martha A. Blazer
Obituary that appeared in Anderson Herald
Thursday, March 11, 1948
Page 53, Column 1
MRS. MARTHA HARDMAN
Graveside services for Mrs. Martha Hardman, age 87. who died at 7 p.m. Wednesday at her home on R.R. 7, will be conducted at 10 o'clock Saturday morning in East Maplewood cemetery. The body is lying in state at the Waltz and Hiday funeral home. Mrs. Hardman is survived by one son, Chase Noonan, of Anderson.
Obituary submitted to me by Phyllis Leedom, Indiana Room, Anderson Public Library, Anderson, Indiana
Jennie S. (Goul) Blazer
Springfield Daily News
Springfield Daily News, Thursday, 17 October 1963. Mechanicsburg - Mrs. Jennie Blazer, 78, of 71 S. Main st. died at noon Wednesday in Doctor's Hospital, Columbus where she had been a patient for six days. She was the Widow of John Blazer who died in 1920. Mrs. Blazer was born in Union Township, Champaign County, March 14, 1885 and was a member of the Grace Methodist Church in Mutual and the Faith Council of the Daughters of America in Urbana. Survivors include a son, Lloyd, of near Urbana, and a daughter, Mildred Blazer in whose home she lived. In addition there are a grandson and a granddaughter. The body was taken to the Skillman funeral home where friends may call and will be taken to Grade Methodist Church in Mutual at 12:30 p.m. where it will lie in state until 2 p.m. at which time services will be conducted by the Rev. Alfred Chapman. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, Mutual.
Binnie C. McAdams
Obituary found by Linda, posted to Genforum Message Board
Binnie Blazer was the youngest daughter of Samuel and Jane Doak McAdams. She was born April 13, 1864 and passed to the great beyond Jan 30 1938 aged 73 years 9 months and 17 days. On Sept.12,1885 she was united in marriage to Wesley Blazer, to this union were born four children, Charles who died in infancy, and John in 1920. Two children survive. Mrs. Ada Black of Cable Ohio and Glenn Blazer of N.Lewisburg,Ohio. She leaves besides her husband and children, four grandchildren two great grandchildren four brothers, and four sisters. a lorge number of relatives and a wide circle of friends. In 1888 at Willmore Kan. she became a member of the United Brethern church and later transferred to the M.E.Church at Union,Ohio Her life has been one fo practical christianity, following the example of the Savior whom she had accepted. There never was a better wife mother of neighbor, Such busy hands. Such unselfish devotion! Ready to serve, to sooth, to make life easier for all with whom she came in contact, Her mother heart accepted and mothered all, Active in church circles and testifying for her Master, she many times gave this testimony: "She wanted to live such a life that the neighborhood would miss her, when she was gone, " And the neighborhood has lost one of its most beloved characters.
Nina Hazel Cushman Updated January 26, 2008
Urbana Daily Citizen, Thursday, January 27, 2000; Page A-2
Nina Hazel Blazer, 99, of North Lewisburg, died Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2000, at 1:55 p.m. in Wellington Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Urbana.
Nina was born Feb. 18, 1900, in Champaign County, the daughter of the late Charles W. and Verna (Green) Cushman.
She was a past school teacher of Long Pond School, member of Grace Mutual United Methodist Church, past member of the Daughters of Union Veterans.
Survivors include son and daughter-in-law, Marion and Shirley Blazer, of Woodstock; two granddaughters and husbands, Brenda and Ronny Rutan, of Urbana, Karen Bea Blazer, of Columbus; grandson and wife, Bill and Karen Sue Blazer, of Woodstock; sister, Lois Cheney, of West Liberty; five great-grandchildren, Douglas Rutan, Deron Rutan, Tamara Ford, Tricia Deere, Torre Blazer; 10 great-great-grandchildren, Jordan Rutan, Rachael Rutan, Jessica Rutan, Megan Rutan, Jacob Rutan, Addison Ford, Ainsley Ford, Michelle Moore, William Austin Deere, Joey Deere; sister-in-law, Marguerite Cushman, of Urbana; four stepgrandchildren, Delores (Jim) Moore, Stephanie Butler, Valerie Parish, all of Columbus, William (Sharon) Ringler, of Bellefontaine; nine stepgreat-grandchildren; 10 step-great-great-grandchildren.
Her husband, Glen O. Blazer, whom she married Dec. 24, 1920, preceded her in death. A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday in the FRESHWATER-MCDONALD FUNERAL HOME, North Lewisburg, with Rev. Michael Stewart officiating. Burial will follow in Woodstock Cemetery, Woodstock.
Family and friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday in the funeral home.
Clement V. Wilt
Unknown Indiana newspaper, April 20, 1942
Middletown Man Dies in Hospital
Clem Wilt, 78, died in the Richmond Hospital Sunday at 8 p.m. The body was brought to the Davis St. John funeral home where services will be conducted Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. Rev. Estle McCullough will be in charge and burial will follow in the Miller cemetery.
Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Maggie Wilt, one daughter, Bertha, at home, and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Zirkle, of Mechanicsburg, and Mrs. Jane Riggs, living near Middletown, and one brother, Joe Wilt, of Lexington, Ind.
John Alfred Wilt
Springfield (Ore.) News, Monday, Jan. 4, 1965
John A. Wilt (obituary)
John A. Wilt, 71, of Leaburg died at a local hospital Dec. 31. He was born Oct. 24, 1893 in Noblesville, Ind., and had lived here for the past 45 years. Mr. Wilt, a retired logger, was a veteran of World War I and a member of the Springfield American Legion Post No. 40. Surviving are two brothers, Clifford M. Wilt of Leaburg and Clarence M. Wilt of Fortville, Ind.; two sisters, Mrs. Nellie M. Lilly of Tillamook and Mrs. Vesta C. Johnson of Dayton, Ohio; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at Buell Chapel Wednesday, Jan. 6, at 2 p.m. The Rev. Ross Knotts will officiate and Interment will be in the Greenwood cemetery at Leaburg.
Unknown Indiana Newspaper
Thursday, Oct. 16, 1975
Clarence Wilt, 84, Rt. 1, died Tuesday afternoon as a result of burns and smoke inhalation after his clothes apparently ignited while he was lighting a cigar. Wilt was pronounced dead at the scene by the Hancock County deputy coroner. He was a veteran of World War I.
Surviving with his wife are two sisters, Mrs. Nellie Lilly, Olympia, Wash., and Mrs. Vesta Johnson, Dayton, Ohio.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Ronald Seals Funeral Home with the Rev. Leroy Wright officiating. Burial will be in the Mendon Cemetery.
Obituary submitted to me by Phyllis Leedom, Indiana Room, Anderson Public Library, Anderson, Indiana.
Maud M. Brumwell Updated January 26, 2008
Unknown Indiana Newspaper
Sunday, February 19, 1978
Fortville - Mrs. Maude M. Wilt, 86, formerly of Rt. 1, Fortville, died Saturday afternoon at the Sugarcreek Convalescent Home after an extended illness.
She was a native of Ingalls and lived most of her life in Hancock County. Her husband Clarence preceded her in death in 1975.
Survivors include a half-brother, Claude Rummel of Ingalls and several cousins in the Fortville area.
Services will be conducted at the Ronald Seals Funeral Home in Fortville at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday with J. Leroy Wright of the Fortville Christian Church officiating. Burial will be in Menden Cemetery.
Sarah Christina Wilt
Unknown Muncie, Indiana Newspaper
Date: August 28, 1928
Mrs. John Hofherr Sucumbs at Home
Mrs. Sarah Catherine Hofherr, 69, wife of John Hofherr, died yesterday at the family residence southeast of Yorktown, following an extended illness. She is survived by the husband, two sisters Mrs. Dilman Zirkle, of Middletown, and Mrs. James Riggs, of Cadiz: four Brothers, Jacob M. Wilt, of San Berdeno, Cal., Clem and Charles Wilt of Middletown, and Joseph Wilt of Lexington and three grand children Edith E., Freda E. and John William Pierce. Funeral services will be conducted at the Hofherr Chapel tomorrow afternoon , with the Rev. Rolland Osborne in charge. Burial will be at the Hawk Cemetery. The cortege will leave the residence at 2 o'clock
Obituary submitted to me via email by Harry Pierce on March 3, 2001
Raymond L. Wilt Updated January 29, 2008
Unknown Indiana Newspaper
Raymond L. Wilt, 53, 1610 S. Jefferson St., died at noon Tuesday at his home after a brief illness. He was born in Henry County and had lived in Muncie 19 years. He was an employee of Midwest Products.
Surviving are his wife, Grace (Yingling) Wilt; a daughter, Retia Kay, at home; two sisters, Mrs. George Wisehart, New Castle, and Mrs. Ward Livezy, Sulphur Springs; and three brothers, Homer Wilt, Spiceland, and John and Fred Wilt, New Castle.
Friends may call at Meeks Mortuary after 7 p.m. Wednesday and before services there at 2 p.m. Thursday. Rev. Keith Davis will officiate. Burial will be in Miller Cemetery.
Frederick L. Wilt Updated January 26, 2008
Funeral Bulletin on September 10, 1994 from Christ Lutheran Church in Anderson, Indiana.
Frederick L. Wilt, 73, passed away September 5th at his home in Anderson, Indiana, after a brief illness. He was born December 14, 1920, in Pendleton, Indiana. Survivors include his wife, Eleanor Christensen Wilt; three daughters, Barbara Bustion, of Anderson, Indiana, Christina Lipka, of Tarpon Springs, Florida, and Candace Barnett, of Atlanta, Georgia; a sister, Joan Borelli, of Dayton, Ohio, a brother, William T. Wilt, of Markesan, Wisconsin, an aunt, Florence Franklin of Anaheim, California, and six grandchildren. He was predeceased by his parents Jesse and Inez Wilt, a sister, Lorraina M. Frey, and a grandson, Andrew Barnett. Mr. Wilt graduated from Pendleton High School, received a bachelor's degree from Indiana University, and a graduate degree from Purdue University. During World War ii he served as a Naval Lieutenant and Port Commander in the Pacific Theater. Mr. Wilt served as a Special Agent in the FBI for 31 years. Upon retiring, he accepted the position of Coaching Education Coordinator of the Canadian Track and Field Association, residing in Ottawa for two years. Returning home, he accepted the position of Track & Field Coach at Purdue University for ten years. When he retired in 1990, he was named Coaching Education Coordinator for U.S.A. Track & Field, a position he held until his death. Mr. Wilt, a prolific author, wrote over twenty books on the subjects of Track and Field athletics and physiology. His programmed physiology text Mechanics Without Tears is used in many colleges. Mr. Wilt received numerous accolades During his lifetime. He was chosen the 1950 James E. Sullivan Award winner, presented to the outstanding Amateur Athlete in the U.S.A. He was named to the Indiana University Hall of Fame, Purdue University Track & Field Hall of Fame, the USA Track & Field Hall of Fame, and in 1992, to the New York Athletic Club Hall of Fame. He represented the USA on two Olympic teams, London in 1948 and Helsinki in 1952. He held the world record for the indoor two-mile run in 1951. He won the NCAA two mile and cross Country titles in 1941 while competing for Indiana University. He won eight national titles in cross Country, the 5,000 and 10,000 meters, and the U.S. indoor mile from 1949-1954, running for the New York Athletic Club. He established Five American records at distances from 3,000 to 10,000 meters. Mr. Wilt belonged to many clubs and organizations, including the New York Athletic Club, New York Athletic Club Quarter Century Club, International Track & Field Coaches Association, Delta-Chi Fraternity and Former Special Agents of the FBI. He was a Fellow of Anderson University, where he volunteered his services as an assistant track & field coach and taught athletic courses. He was a member of Christ Lutheran Church in Anderson. Memorial contributions may be made to Indiana University Men's Track and Field program.