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Mrs. J.F. ALBERTSON, 58, May 1917, Coshocton. Flora CARPENTER born Killbuck Twp. Married 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. Cause of death: Arteriosclerosis. Buried South Lawn Cem "Coshocton Tribune 22 May 1917"

John ALBERTSON, 73, died 25 Oct 1868, Holmes Co. "Holmes Co. Farmer 12 Nov 1868"

Mrs. Nancy ALBERTSON, Sr. died 22 Mar 1879 Millersburg, Holmes Co., OH. Born 20 Apr 1802, Belmont Co., OH dau of Robert and Sarah BELL. Married John ALBERTSON 5 Mar 1818 who died Oct 1868. 13 children, 12 lived to maturity, 11 survive. 62 grandchrildren and 42 great-grandchildren. Cause of death: Paralysis "Holmes Co. Farmer 27 Mar 1879"

Charles W. BALCH, 79, Coshocton; born 24 Jun 1840 Martinsburg, OH (near Walhonding). Married 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. Cause of death: rheumatism and neurosis. Buried South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune 29 Nov 1919"

Mrs. Charles W. BALCH, 70, died Oct 1916 Coshocton; born Canal Lewisville 7 Jul 1846 dau of Andrew G. WOOD. Married 13 Sep 1865 Charles W. BALCH. Oldest child Viola BOND, Omaha, NE is 50 today. Cause of death: Stroke. "Coshocton Tribune 22 Oct 1916"

George BALCH, 73 died Canal Lewisville; born 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. Cause of death: Heart trouble. Buried Canal Lewisville Cem "Coshocton Tribune 9 Sep 1911"

George A. BALCH, died East of Newcomerstown, OH; born 15 Aug 1899 White Eyes Twp, son of L.J. and Margaret BALCH. Married 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. Buried West Lafayette. "Coshocton Tribune 20 Jul 1937"

Guy BALCH, died Jul 1939; born 2 Feb 1901 White Eyes twp, son of John and Margaret BALCH. Bro Charles, sister in-law Mrs. George BALCH. Cause of death: Heart Disease. Buried West Lafayette Cem "Coshocton Tribune 25 Jul 1939"

Mrs. John BALCH, died West Lafayette, OH; born 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. Cause of death: Childbirth (child did not survive). Buried West Lafayette Cem " Coshocton Tribune 14 Apr 1919"

Mrs. Malinda BALCH, 80, Coshocton died 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, died Apr 1894, Columbus; born 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"

Mary Ann STARKEY BEEBE, 85y 2m 17d, died May 6, 1921 d/o Richard & Lydia STARKEY, born Coshocton, OH. Married William H. BEEBE Jan 17, 1856 Marion, IA. 9 children. 5 deceased. Surv'g are Mrs John(Mary) CLARK, Blue Earth, MN; Charles R. BEEBE, Crosby, MN; Mrs John(Ada) SMITH, Cedar Falls, IA and William (Billy), Central City, IA. Svs Congregational Church buried Oak Hill Cem, Central City. "Central City Newsletter, Central City, Linn Co, IA May 11, 1921"

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"

Henry BROWN, abt 87. He lived at Samuel NYHART's. [Henry is son (or grandson) of Joseph BROWN who died 1844 in Richland Twp, Holmes Co, OH, and was first to be buried Brown Crider Devore Cem]. "Democratic Standard 27 Jan 1893"

William BUCKLESS (BOOKLESS), 78, died 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. Cause of death: Bright's Disease "Coshocton Daily Times 23 Jun 1909"

Park BUCKLEW, 72, died 28 Feb 1905 Dallas IA; born Coshocton Co., OH 25 Feb 1833. Married Mahala E. SALYARDS 1854 who died 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 died in infancy. Married second Eliza HANSACKER in 1886. She and son, Arba, and 12 grandchildren also survive. Masonic Order Funeral services conducted at the M.E. Church. Serman by Rev. HOLLIDAY. Cause of death: Rheumatism heart and chest. Buried Dallas Cemetery.

Ingabie BUCKLEW CAMPBELL, 70, wife of Joel S. CAMPBELL, died Knoxville, IA. Born Coshocton county, OH 9 Oct 1831. Married 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, died Jun 1913, Coshocton. Born 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. Cause of death: Cancer. Buried South Lawn Cem, Rev. George BREWER officiating. "Coshocton Morning Tribune 10 Jun 1913"

John CARPENTER, 80, died Oxford 20 Feb 1872; born 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, died Killbuck Twp 24 Jan 1890. Cause of death: Cancer. Buried Christy Chapel. "Holmes Co. Farmer 23 Jan 1890"

Mrs. Amelia (RANDLES) CHEEVER, 98, died 1 Jul 1953 Winfield, KS, b. 15 May 1855 (Coshocton Co.), OH, married 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, widow of late William CLARK, died Bethlehem twp. Survived by 7 child. Services conducted by Revs. R. P. HUDNALL and C. W. JONES, Prairie Chapel Chur. Buried adjoining burial ground. "Democrat Standard, Feb 5, 1897"

James CONNOR, born May 15, 1813 VA. Moved to Ohio with parents at age five. Was a pioneer of this twp. Parents lived Tiverton twp. 2 sons and 2 daus are living. Had 3 brothers, one died OR; one lives IL; one IA; 2 sis, one IL; one Tiverton twp. Children and wife of James CONNOR express thanks, signed by Mrs. S.H. AYERS "Democrat Spring Mountain 12 Feb 1889"

Jesse CONNOR, bro to James CONNOR, died in OR. Uncle to Mrs. S.H. AYERS. Cause of death: Consumtion "Democratic Standard 7 Feb 1888"

D. R. COOK, 83 lived Linton twp for 40 yrs. Married first Catherine, dau of Judge Thomas JOHNSON, had several chld'n; eldest son T.J. COOK, Linton twp; eldest dau Mrs. Nancy WOLGAMONT, St. Louis, MO. Two chld'n by second wife, Charles and Catherine. Services M.E. Church by Rev. J. BEETHAM. " Coshocton Semi-Weekly Age November 18, 1887"

David R. COOK, 84, died Nov 1887 Plainfield; born 11 Mar 1803 Washington Co. PA. Father of 14 children. "Coshocton Democrat 8 Nov 1887"

Charles Edward CORDER, 79, resident of Smithfield, formerly of Steubenville, died Oh Valley Hospital, Steubenville. Retired plumber w/PA RR. Member First Baptist Church, Steubenville. Leaves 2 sons, Floyd E. CORDER, Bergholz and William Leo CORDER, Steubenvile; dau, Mrs. Annabell PALMER, Smithfield; 3 brothers, John W. CORDER, Steubenville; Oliver CORDER, New Philadelphia; Emmett CORDER, Canton; sis, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth NEWCOME, Zanesville; 18 g'children and 13 g-g'children.Svs Nightingale Funeral Home in charge of Rev. Mr. John CRANE. Buried Milfork Cem, Conesville, OH. "Steubenville Herald Star Jun 13, 1967"

Mrs. Selma May COX CORDER, wife of Charles E. CORDER. Born Coshocton Co Jan 19, 1888, dau of Isaac and Belle Z. COX, both deceased. Life member First Baptist Church, resident of city 25 yrs. Surv'd by husband and these children, Floyd, Richmond; Annabelle at home; Lester, Fallansbee, WV; Paul, Richmond; William, Wintersville. Also 1 sis, Mrs. Leora NEWCOME, Columbus; 1 bro L.L. COX, this city and 7 g'children. "Steubenville Herald Star Apr 12, 1943"

Mary Ann COURTRIGHT, Roscoe. Born Dec 1826 Fayette Co., PA. Married A.D. COURTRIGHT 16 Apr 18??. 8 children, 2 survive. Buried Roscoe Cem. "Coshocton Age 8 Jul 1898"

Samuel COX, 88, Conesville, Rte 2, Civil War Vet, Co. F. 87th OVI , died March 22, 1926. Born April 16, 1837 s/o Hamilton and Rachel (HARDESTY) COX. Married. 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. Buried Cox Cemetery

John CRAMBLETT, 45, died Apr 1894, Coshocton. Lived MO. Relative of Wm. RICHESON. "Coshocton Democrat 24 Apr 1894"

Mr. Joseph CRIDER, 87, He leaves a wife and several children. Member of the Tiverton Baptist church. Cause of death: old age. Rev. R. C. KEECHLY officiating. Buried Brown Crider Devore Cemetery, Richland Twp, Holmes Co. "Millersburg Republican 26 Apr 1906"

William CRIDER, abt 70, son of Joseph and Barbara (DEVORE) CRIDER, died south-western Holmes Co. Was lifelong resident Holmes Co. He leaves widow, Mrs. Elizabeth CRIDER, 1 dau, Mrs. Willis ROBINSON at home, a step-son Walter KLINE, Brink Haven, 5 g'children, 3 sis and 2 bros. Cause of death: Stroke of apoplexy. Buried Brown Crider Devore Cemetery, Richland Twp, Holmes County. "Holmes County Farmer 5 Mar 1931"

Luella CROY, died Newark. The former Miss OGLE of Cooperdale, lived in Coshocton Co until she and husband removed to Newark 9 yrs ago. Her husband died 3 yrs ago; 2 small child'n are left orphans. Services by Rev. CHILTON. Buried McCOY Cemetery near Trinway. "Coshocton Morning Tribune, Wednesday Morning, December 18, 1912"

Ephrain CULLISON, 70, died Perry twp. Cause of death: Dropsy. Buried 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. Cause of death: Heart failure. Buried 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, died 2 a. m. June 19,1968, Mt. Carmel Hospital, Columbus. Born Apr 4, 1905, in Paulding Co, son of William and Effie WILSON DARLING. Married 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. Buried Warsaw. "Coshocton Tribune June 19,1968"

Robert Bruce DARLING, 43, native of Warsaw, died at 5 a.m. Jan. 4, 1958, Columbus. Born 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. Cause of death: Massive infection. Funeral at Fischer funeral home, Warsaw. Buried Valley View cem Rev. Paul MILLER, Warsaw Nazarene church to conduct the services. "The Coshocton Tribune prob Jan. 4, 1958"

Mrs. Leroy DAWSON, 38, Coshocton Rte 5. Married Leroy DAWSON Aug 7, 1913, they were parents of 2 daus: Pauline, 18; Doris, 14 and 2 sons: Carl, 16; Parnell, 11. Also surv'g Mrs. DAWSON is her parents, 3 sis: Mrs. Byron FOSTER, Mrs. Dennis SOWERS, and Mrs. Earl McKEE, Coshocton; one bro, Roy CULLISON, Trinway. Sis Mrs. Joseph SOWERS, died 1914 and another died in infancy. Cause of death: pneumonia. Services Lewisville M. E. Church, where she was a member, Rev. HARRISON, Conesville M.E. church officiat'g. Buried in Church Cem. "Newspaper clipping from scrapbook of Dora FRANKLIN", g-g'mother of:

Eli DEVORE 70, died Tiverton twp. Son of Andrew and Susan (BROWN) DEVORE Leaves wife and (#?) sons and daus. Also surv'd by mother, who is said to be 107. Probable she is oldest woman in OH. "The Democrat & Standard 22 Nov 1901"

Mrs. Eli DEVORE, Tiverton. Born Elizabeth CRIDER, dau of Joseph and Margaret (GRIMM) CRIDER]. Mr. DEVORE died abt 4 mos ago. "The Democrat & Standard, 28 Mar 1902"

John DEVORE, 84, Brink Haven. Buried Brown Crider Devore Cem, Richland Twp, Holmes Co. His mother, Mrs. Susan [BROWN] DEVORE 108 ys old on 26th of last Mar, att'd funeral. A telephone message states Mrs. DEVORE died Mon and was bu Wed Brown Crider Devore Cem. "Millersburg Republican". "Coshocton Age 21 Oct 1904"

Mrs. Caroline DILLON, 62, died Jackson twp, born 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. Cause of death: Tuberculosis. Buried Canal Lewisville Cem, Rev. M.B. MEADE officiating. "Coshocton Tribune (maybe)15 Sep 1916"

Francis W. DILLON, 73, Civil War Vet, died at home of niece, Mrs Albert NICHOLS, Coshocton. Son of Thomas DILLON. Married 1st Susan CLARK, had son Clyde DILLON. Married 2nd Caroline WOOD, had son F.T. DILLON who resides near Roscoe. Bro. A????? DILLON. Cause of death: Dropsy, bu Canal Lewisville. "Coshocton Tribune (maybe) 7 Apr. 1918"

Son of Robert DOUGLASS, 6 yrs Pittsburgh, PA, formerly of Coshocton. Buried Oak Ridge Cem. "Democratic Standard 8 Jul 1898"

John R. EASTERDAY, 81, New Castle Twp, father of Joseph EASTERDAY, Coshocton. Born Oct 6,1852 Holmes Co. Married Susanna KENT 1875. Surv'g are widow, son, Joseph; 2 bros, David, Knox Co, and Joshua, Holmes Co; one sis, Mrs. Mary STRINGFELLOW, Brinkhaven; 9 g'children, and 3 great-grandchildren. 2 children died several years ago. Mr. EASTERDAY was mem of M. E. church, Brinkhaven. Rev. Fred W. HUGHES will officiate. Buried Riley Chapel cem, Knox Co. "Coshocton Times 1 Jun 1934"

Mrs. John EASTERDAY, 91, died at home of son, J. A. EASTERDAY. Born Susan KENT in Keene twp 1846. Married 1872 John EASTERDAY. Had 4 children, 3 preceded her in death. Surv'g besides son is 11 g'children and 12 g-g'children. Funeral services in charge of Rev. C. Wayne BALYEAT. Buried Riley Chapel cem, Knox Co. "Coshocton Tribune 5 Sep 1937"

Joshua EASTERDAY, 80, lifelong resident Monroe twp died Stillwell, Holmes Co. Son of David and Susan (BROWN) EASTERDAY. Surv'g are wife, Lottie; 2 sons, Charles, Sullivan and Curtis, Wellington; dau, Mrs. Stella SIMPKINSON, Wellington; 14 g'children; 3 g-g'children; sis, Mrs. Mary STRINGFELLOW, Mt. Vernon, and bro, David EASTERDAY, Mt. Vernon. Cause of death: killed when caught under falling tree. Services Stillwell Baptist church, Rev. John PROPER, Walhonding. Buried Harmony cem. "Coshocton Tribune" 4 Aug 1934"

Mrs. Joshua EASTERDAY, 62, Tiverton twp. Born Mary MC CLUGGAGE Jan 31, 1860. Mrs. EASTERDAY was lifelong resident Tiverton twp. Mem Harmony Baptist church. Cause of death: Heart trouble. Buried Harmony church cem. "Coshocton Tribune 4 Mar 1922"

Mrs. Almira ELLIOTT, 60, wid of late David ELLIOTT, Clark twp. Cause of death: Heart disease. Buried Blissfield."The Coshocton Democrat, Mar 7, 1899"

Simeon H. ELLIS, 84, Civil War Vet , died Columbus at home of son, Ephriam ELLIS . Former resident of New Moscow where his wife died abt 18 yrs ago. Father of 4 children, only one Ephriam ELLIS survives. Buried Branch church. "Coshocton Age, Fri. Oct. 23, 1898". . "Democratic Standard, Fri. Oct. 28, 1898".

William EMLER, 90, died Wills Creek; born 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. Services by Rev. A. P. REES (not sure of last name bad copy),Franklin M.P. Church and Buried Harmony Cem. Cause of death: Heart trouble. "Coshocton Tribune and Times Age Sunday, May 12, 1918"

Harold O. EVANS, 1 yr 2 mos and 21 dys, died Sep 19, 1902. Born Jun 28, 1901, son of Wm. and Emma EVANS, Bethlehem twp. "Democrat and Standard Sept 26, 1902"

Mrs. Mahala EVANS, 65, died at home of dau Mrs. William PHILLIPS, Keene. Widow of late Alexander EVANS, who died 10 yrs ago. Lived Bethlehem twp. 5 child-- David A. and James A., this city; William D. Bethlehem twp; Mrs. PHILLIPS, Keene; and Mrs. LOREN of this city. Services by Rev. Mr. MECHLIN. Buried Prarie chapel. Cause of death: Cancer of the stomach. "The Coshocton Age, June 10, 1904"

Mrs. Nancy M. EVANS, 55, died Tuscarawas twp. Wife of Mr. J. d. EVANS. Mem of Presbyterian church. Surv'd by husband only, no children from the union. Cause of death: Heart disease. "The Semi-Weekly Age, June 15, 1886, page 2"

Phoebe Ann EVANS, 52, died Dec 1896 Peoria, IL. Born Coshocton, OH dau of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob WAGGONER, wife of Isaac EVANS. Leaves 3 child: Lona, the wife of William HAZZARD, Commercial National Bank; Willis, assistant city editor of the Transcript, and Rolls, a boy of fourteen. Funeral by the Rev. D. N. STAFFORD, Hale M.E. chapel. Cause of death: Stroke of paralysis. "The Coshocton Age, December 18, 1896"

Nena Estella FINNELL, 27, Roscoe, wife of Bartlett FINNELL. Dau of Robert KYLE, Coshocton. Had 4 children, 2 survive her. Buried Roscoe Cem. "Coshocton Age 8 Jul 1898"

Mrs. John FISHER, 68, Walhonding Route 2, died Mercy Hospital Mt. Vernon.Elizabeth RAHN b. May 16, 1870 daughter of Gasper and Catherine RAHN, near Dutch Run. March 13, 1890 married John W. FISHER who survives. with following children: Mrs. Della UTTERBACK of Warsaw Rte 3, Mrs. Chloris HAMMOND of Alexandria, Mrs. Linna TARRH and Kenneth FISHER, of the home, Paul FISHER of Akron, Walter of Canton, Clarence of Mr. Vernon and Donald of Cleveland. Survived by 14 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. sister, Mrs. Melvin YOUNG of Howard, three brothers, Henry RAHN of Columbus, William and Chris RAHN of Walhonding. Member of Dutch Run Reformed and Evangelical Church. Buried in Valley View Cemetery at Warsaw. "Coshocton Tribune May 1938"

Peter FISHER, 96 died Aug 1871 Lakeville, IN "St. Joseph Valley Register 24 Aug 1871"

Simon FISHER, 69, died Mar 1911 Coshocton, OH. Civil War Vet. Spouse Mrs. Linnie FISHER. Three small children and Mrs. Fred MARTIN and Mrs. Theodore MARANG; step-son Ernest MIDDY. Cause of death: 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, Married; sis grandchildren and one great-grandchild One son and a sister are deceased. Buried in Fairview Cemetery at Fresno. "Coshocton Tribune"

M. Marlene FREETAGE, 54 of 551 N. George St.,West Lafayette, died 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, 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. Buried Fairfield Cemetery in West Lafayette, Pastor Robert SIRRINE officiating. "Coshocton Tribune, November 22, 1996"

Abram GASKILL, 82, died 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 died Plainfield. Anna MILLER born 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. Cause of death: 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. Cause of death: poss la grippe. "Coshocton A????? February 12, 1897"

Dau of H.W. GASKILL, Plainfield, about fifteen years old died last Tuesday night. Cause of death: 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, died 1970 Columbus, OH; born 5 Apr 1900 Guernsey Co. dau of Anderson and Ella MARLOW EMLER. Married John A. GAUMER Sr. 20 Oct 1917 who died 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 died Coshocton, born 24 Oct 1885 at Linton Mills, Coshocton Co., son of Aron A. and Eliza JOHNSTON GAUMER. Married 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 born Coshocton Co.25 Dec 1846. Married 1861 Hiram GILMORE . He died 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. Cause of death: Apoplexy. Rev. BROWN, of Killbuck, officiated at Big Run Chapel. "Coshocton Tribune (maybe) 7 Apr 1918"

Henry GLOSSER, 45, Conesville. born 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. Buried South Lawn Cemetery. "Coshocton Tribune Saturday June 26, 1937"

Benjamin GRAHAM, formerly of Coshocton. Wife was Jane, dau/of William LOVE. "Coshocton Age, Coshocton Co., OH, 6 May 1882"

Benjamin GRAHAM, born Mar 4, 1816, in Ireland; Scotch-Irish parentage. To America w/parents age 3. Married Coshocton 1866, Jane LOVE. Removed to IA, Scott twp. Mem Presbyterian Church. On the 13th, he attended the funeral of his old friend, the lamented Dr. TULLOSS. Next day Dr. HOBBY diagnosed pneumonia. Surv'd by wife and child'n Robert and James, Mrs. Abner BRADLEY, Mrs. Edward LONG, Mrs. F. H. HILL and Mrs. Frank LONG. Services by Rev. Dr. PORTER. Buried Iowa City Cem. Memorial "Iowa City Daily Republican, Friday, April 21, 1882"

Wanda Grace GUTHRIE, 27, formerly Conesville, d. Mercy hospital, Pittsburg. D/o Oren and Grace GUTHRIE, Granddaughter of Mrs. Irene HARDESTY, Conesville. Surviving are two sisters: Mrs. Oveda KERSTETTER, Phoenix, AZ and Mrs. Ray HIBBS, Beallsville PA. Buried South Lawn. "Coshocton Tribune Saturday April 11, 1959"

Anderson Monroe HALL, 76, d. West Lafayette. Born March 4 1867 vicinity of Plainfield, s/o Henry H. and Juda INGRAHAM HALL. Married Aug 13, 1892 Hester FITCH, who died Feb 22, 1940. Four child: Marie who died in infancy, 3 sons survive; Floyd F HALL add unk, Delno Loren and Harold Eugene, both of West Lafayette. Also surv'g 10 gchldrn., 4 made their home w/ Mr. HALL. Floyd M HALL, West Lafayette, Donis H HALL, Pearl Harbor, Jack E HALL, Norfolk Va, and L Gene HALL, south Pacific. Later 3 in navy. Also surv'g is sister, Mrs. Sadie BEETHAM, Chicago. Mr HALL was youngest of 10 chldrn, 5 bros and 3 sis preceded him in death. Mem Trinity Methodist church. Services Trinity Methodist church, pastor Rev. S.P. OZMUN officiating. Buried Fairfield cemetery.

Alfred E. HARDESTY, 40, Fresno. W.L. BROWNING, 30, of Coshocton coworker. Kenneth KINKLEY, county engineer. Alfred born 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. Cause of death: Bridge Collapse Beaver Run, nr Warsaw. Buried in Fairview cemetery, Fresno. "Coshocton Tribune September 3, 1943"

Edward HARDESTY, 83, New Moscow died at home of son John. Born 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. NOTE: This is Elisha Edmond HARDESTY. Also son Frank is actually Henry Jackson HARDESTY of Conesville who was sometimes called Hank.

John HARDESTY, 85, died at his home near the home of Gilmore MASTEN. He was 3 times married and the father of 18 children. His present wife had been his campanion for 48 yrs. Buried Chafants Cem. "Coshocton Age, September 19, 1885".

John Alva HARDESTY 61, Fresno Route 1, died Coshocton, after accident at Hardesty and Son Mine. Born 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. Buried 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. Cause of death: Diptheria. "Coshocton Tribune January 15, 1916"

Jonathan HERSHBERGER, abt 66, leaves wife and several grown sons and daus. Cause of death: Apoplectic fit. Buried Sugar Creek, Tuscarawas Co. "Democratic Standard 8 Jul 1898"

Charles B. HERSHMAN, born 1850 died 8/11/1914 Coshocton, OH. Married 1st to Julia RICHARDSON who died 2/22/1885. Married 2nd to Hattie WARING in 11/1890 (she of Portsmouth, OH). Surviving children: Harold J. and Charles Orley HERSHMAN of Coshocton, OH., 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. Cause of death: Heart trouble. "Coshocton Morning Tribune 12 Aug 1914"

John HULL, 63, son of Coshocton died May 1896. Buried South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Democrat 16 May 1896, Democratic Standard 22 May 1896"

Marion HULL, Sr. 63 near Mt. Zion died May 1896. "Coshocton Age 26 May 1896"

Abigail JENNINGS, 87, died 18 Mar 1898 Tuscarawas twp, born 27 May 1810, near Romney, VA, dau of Lewis and Rachel POWELSON Married 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, died Jul 1939 Coshocton, OH. Born 8 Oct 1864, Coshocton, son of Orin and Susan JENNINGS. Married 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, died Jun 1914, Plainfield Rd., Coshocton Co Civil War Vet. Dau Mrs. H.C. ARONHALT of the home farm and Mrs. C.D. CONLEY, Plainfield, OH. Cause of death: Cancer. "Coshocton, 2 June 1914"

Orin JENNINGS, 85, died Mar 1911 Coshocton, OH. Civil War Vet. Married 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, died Nov 1938 Coshocton, OH. Civil War Vet. Born 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, born June 1802, NJ, died Aug 1888, Franklin twp, Coshocton Co. OH. Married 1826 Abigail POWELSON. 10 sons, 1 dau. "Coshocton Semi Weekly Age 21 Aug 1888"

James R. JOHNSON, abt 83, died Plainfield. Born 1819 Postmaster, Civil War Vet. Mem Mason and GAR. Married 50+yrs to Susan T. SANGSTER. Wife, 2 dau surv; Mrs. Ada GAULT and Mrs. Alice SIBLEY. Son died abt 12 yrs of age. Cause of death: Throat Cancer Masonic svs by Rev. GRACE, ME Church. Buried Plainfield Cem. "Coshoction Daily Age Nov 19, 1902"

Carrie JONES, 104, died 25 Nov 1991 Newark, OH; born 10 Sep 1887 Coshocton, dau of Willard and Cora BOOKLESS McCOY. Married 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"

James JONES, abt 60, employed Franklin mines. Survived by wife, formerly Miss LARR and 8 children, the youngest a boy of 12. Cause of death: Mine accident. Coroner F.M. MARSHALL notified, this being his first case. "The Coshocton Age, Feb 12, 1901"

Mrs. Jennie JONES, 89, died Davis nursing home. Born Jan 7, 1871, Adamsville, d/o George W. and Ellen SHOEMAKER SNOOTS. Married Feb, 1897 Howard D. JOBE, who died 1901. Married 1915 Charles JONES, who died 1945. Surv'g, dau, Margaret E. JOBE, of the home. 2 sis, 4 bro deceased. Mem Grace Methodist church and WSCS. Services Dawson funeral home by Rev. John HESS. Buried South Lawn cem. Coshocton (OH) Tribune, April 14, 1960

John KEISTE, died at the residence of son nr Newcomerstown on Monday last. Buried Plainfield Cemetery. "Coshocton Democrat November 23 1880"

Nathan KEIST Sr., died Linton twp 22 Dec 1869. Age abt 60 years. "Coshocton Age 7 Jan 1870"

Mrs. Caroline KINKADE, 90, died Oct 1931, Coshocton; born Caroline HENRY, Dresden, OH 10 Aug 1841. Married 1858 William W. KINKADE, Civil War Vet, who died 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. Buried South Lawn Cem. "The Coshocton Tribune Oct. 19, 1931"

Harold J. KINKADE Jr., 67, died August 1, 1986 Coshocton. Born 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, died April 29, 1990, Coshocton. Born 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 died 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, died Coshocton. Born 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. Buried Coshocton County Memorial Gardens."The Coshocton Tribune June 16, 1974"

Mrs. Jane KINKADE, died 8 July 1903, Toledo. Buried 10 July 1903 South Lawn Cemetery. "Coshocton Daily Age July 10, 1903"

Jeffery KINKADE, 25, Newcomerstown, died Sept. 26, 1992, Coshocton. Born 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. Buried Coshocton County Memory Gardens. Services at St. Johns United Church of Christ, Coshocton. Cause of death: complications from a bee sting. "The Tribune Monday Sept. 28, 1992"

William Jacob KINKADE, 78, West Lafayette, died 18 Oct. 193; born 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. Buried South Lawn Cem. "The Coshocton Tribune 13 July 1956"

William Wallace KINKEAD, who had passed the allotted three-score years and ten, died 15 august 1903, Coshocton, OH, leaves a wife and four children to mourn his death. Civil War Vet. Buried South Lawn Cem.17 August 1903. "Coshocton Daily Age Aug 17, 1903"

Mrs. Georgia V. KINNEY, 46, Conesville, died city hospital 1944. Born MuskingumCo. April 13, 1888 dau of J. W. and Mary Ann NEWELL. Married 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. Buried in the church cemetery.

Barbary KISER, 80, died Nov 1887 Jackson twp. Son George KISER. "Coshocton Democrat 8 Nov 1887"

Mrs. John KISTE (See also KEISTE), 90 years old, died at granddaughter's. Buried Plainfield Cemetery. "Coshocton Democrat March 6, 1888"

Jacob KOHL, 84, Plainfield, died county infirmary. Surviving are two bros Charles and Peter KOHL both of Coshocton and several sisters. (Abt 1933).


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