OBITUARY ABSTRACTS


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Abraham "Abe" LAIRD, 63, New Philadelphia, former Coshocton policeman, Tuscarawas Co Sheriff and State Senator, d Oct 29, 1946. B May 27, 1883 Carbon Hill, Hocking Co, son of Abraham and Elizabeth MURDOCH LAIRD. Member Masonic, Elks Lodges. M Margaret Isabelle HENDRICKS June 30, 1902. 5 child; Marguerite, Gladys, Lucille, Donald and Robert LAIRD. COD: Heart trouble. Rev James BOLEN officiating. Bu Evergreen Cem, New Philadelphia. "Coshocton Tribune October 30, 1946 1990; Laird Lines publication; Laird Family Bible"
Curtiss N. Stuart, PE


Abraham Alexander LAIRD, d Pleasant Valley 16 Mar 1908. B October 28, 1849 Newarthill, Scotland, son of John and Anne ROBERT LAIRD. Both father and mother died when Abe was 13 yrs old. He raised two younger sisters and a bro. Md June 12, 1874 Manse of St. Ninians Church Parish of Stirling, SCT, Elizabeth MURDOCH. Came to Corning OH 1874, removed to Coshocton 1895. Children; Margaret, Annie, John, James, Abraham, Allen, Robert, William John and William A. COD: Miner's asthma and Tuberculosis. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Age 19 March 1908"
Curtiss N. Stuart
Alexander LAIRD 80, d Feb 1934, Coshocton. B Feb 1854, Glascow, Scotland. Md 1877 Janet CAMPBELLwho died 1913. Six of 9 children survive: Malcom, Alexander Jr., James, Harry, Mrs Allen LOCKWOOD, Mrs Thomas STULL; Grandson Alex LAIRD, all of Coshocton. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, 28 Feb 1934"
Patsy Ruth Moore-Laird
Mrs. Elizabeth MURDOCH LAIRD, d Pleasant Valley 14 June 1925 at home of dau, Mrs. Annie LAIRD SCHMIDLIN. B Cumbernauld, Scotland, March 13,1852. Md Abraham LAIRD 24 June 1874, SCT. Came to America 1874. Nine children: Margaret, Annie, John, James, Abraham, Allen, Robert, William John and William A. COD: Stroke. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Jean Laird Wallace, Coshocton, OH; Lillian Laird McKay, Warren,OH"
Curtiss N. Stuart
Mrs. James LARR, 64, Coshocton Route 4, d Coshocton. Florence PEPPER b Conesville, Aug. 14, 1885 dau of Alfred and Emma HUMMER PEPPER; m. Dec 22, 1901 John A. HARDESTY who d. Feb. 12, 1942. M. April 19, 1947 James W. LARR who survives. Surviving seven children by first marriage, three daughters, Mrs. William EVERHART, Stone Creek; Mrs. William LINT, West Lafayette; Mrs. John STEPHENSON, Coshocton; Four sons, William HARDESTY, Fresno, Telford HARDESTY, David HARDESTY, and Clifford HARDESTY, Coshocton; 17 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. One son and one dau by first marriage and one sis and four bros are deceased. Member Branch Methodist Church, bu Branch Cemby Rev. C. D. FIRSTER. "Coshocton Tribune October 31, 1949"
Gwen Hardesty Oliver
Mary Elizabeth LATHAM, 87, Canton, former Newcomerstown and Coshocton resident, d Aultman hospital, Canton. B Feb. 21, 1871, Mustane, IA, d/o William and Susan CHANEY WILSON. Surv 3 daurs, Mrs. Clarence KUNKELMAN, Canton, Mrs. William EICHER, Painsville, and Mrs. Susan DAPEW; 2 sons, Donald LATHAM, Dayton, and Gene LATHAM, Canton; 1 sis, Mrs. George ADDY, Newcomerstown; 2 g’dchildren and 6 g-g’children. COD:  Heart attack  Bu Plainfield cem. “Coshocton Tribune February 3, 1959”
Laurie Sullivan


James LAYTON, 48 yrs was bu Adam's Mills. "The Democatic Standard, Apr 18, 1893"
Jamie Simcox
Elizabeth LEGGETT 65, Keene. Bu Clark's Cem near Bloomfield. "Coshocton Democrat 24 Oct 1882"
Harry Liggett
James LEGGETT 78, d 14 Jun 1888 Mill Creek twp, Coshocton Co. OH; b Washington Co. PA 1810. Dau Mrs. James HAMILTON. Bu Clark Cem. "Coshocton Age 19 Jun 1888, Coshocton Democrat 19 JUne 1888"
Harry Liggett
Jane F. LEGGETT d Indianapolis, IN May 1892. Resided Coshocton. "Coshocton Age 27 May 1892"
Harry Liggett
Samuel LEGGETT, Justice of the Peace, d Mill Creek twp. Leaves wife and 1 child. COD: consumption (Coshocton Co. Death Records show Dod 21 Oct 1879. Dob 1846.) "Coshocton Democrat 11 Nov 1879"
Harry Liggett
W.W. LEGGETT of Dresden, connected to Woolen Factory. "Coshocton Age 7 Feb 1888"
Harry Liggett
Moses LILLIBRIDGE abt 19 d July 1894 Franklin Station, Coshocton Co. COD: Consumption. "Democratic Standard 13 Jul 1894"
Sharyn L. Marang Dana
Clonia LINT, 68, Warsaw, d County Memorial Hospital.  Velma A. PORTER b Nov. 4, 1893, Roscoe, d/o James and Clonia RANDLES ORTER [sic]. Md May 24, 1912, Elmer R. LINT, who survives w/2 daus, Mrs. Clennis BESST, Warsaw, and Mrs. William BESST, Warsaw, 2 sis Mrs. Edward L. FITZGERALD, Chicago, and Mrs. Elsie SAMPSEL, Coshocton, and a half bro, Winford PORTER, Smithfield. One dau, 2 sons and a bro are deceased. Mem Methodist church..COD:  Heart ailment.  Svs Fischer funeral home, Warsaw, by Rev. Roy BOWER. Bu Prairie Chapel cem.  "Coshocton Tribune, Coshocton, OH, June 11, 1962, p 8"
Natalie Herdman

Allen LOCKWOOD 68, Coshocton, employee of Pope-Gosser China Co. Surv by wife Margaret, and 2 bros, Arther of Newark and William. Charles H. MANGOLD, Ohio Bell Co. repairman, saw a man plunge into the river. 3 boats were pressed into service. Working the boats w/grappling hooks were James ELSON, Marshall JACOBS, Patrolmen Ed KREIDER and Dave BRIGHTWELL, Lister ELSON and Harold CULLISON. COD: Suicide. "Coshocton Tribune, p. 1., Tues 15 May 1956"
Patsy Laird
Mrs. Margaret L. LOCKWOOD 84, d Coshocton. B 6 Jun 1884, in Scotland, dau of Alex and Janet CAMPBELL LAIRD md 5 Feb 1916 to Allen LOCKWOOD, who died 15 May 1956. Mrs. LOCKWOOD formerly employed by Pope-Gosser China Co, Coshocton . Mem Central Christian Church. Made home w/niece Mrs. Robert McKEE. Surv are 4 bros, Alex, Harry, James and Malcomb LAIRD, all of Coshocton, several nieces, nephews, cousins in community. 2 sis deceased. Svs at Dawson Funeral Home in charge of Rev. Robert KLEESATTEL. Bu South Lawn Cem "Coshocton Tribune, p. B-1. 18 April 1969"
Patsy Laird
Mrs. William LONGABAUGH 95, d July16 1958 at home of dau, Mrs. Bert GOODIN, nw of Metz. Evaline T. GASKILL b Plainfield, OH, Dec 16, 1862. Md William T. LONGABAUGH Des Moines, IA 1903, (paper's mistake, they md 1891.) Surv'g: son, T.J. LONGABAUGH of Metz; dau, Mrs. Bert (Anna) GOODIN, one g'dau, one g-g'son, Mrs. Wm. BRENEMAN and Keith of Metz; two bros Calvin GASKILL and William GASKILL, West Lafatte, OH, sis, Mrs. Anna Belle UMSTOTT, Mineral, WA; 2 s-i-ls, Mrs. HettieMcCORMICK, Hume and Mrs. Mollie REEVES, Voncover, WA. 6 bros and 2 sis preceded her in death. Came from Wick IA in 1903. Mem Methodist church 84 yrs. Svs Methodist church Metz. Rev. John PEHL of Peculiar, and Rev. Russell COX. Mrs. Howard LYONS and Mrs. Homer LYONS sang; Miss Maxine COX accompanied. The pallbearers were Otis WINTERBOTTOM, Frank BROWN, Ezra NEPTUNE, Lyle RAGAN, Harry BLUE and Walter STEELE. Bu was in Pryor Creek Cem."Metz Times Friday July 25, 1958"
Elizabeth Periman
Doyce ASHLEY LOOS d 20 Mar 1986 Newcomerstown, OH; b 29 Jul 1901 in Boone, NC. Dau of Martin and Teal ROGERS ASHLEY. Md Edwin LOOS 8 Jul 1933. Bu West Lawn Cem "Coshocton Tribune 21 Mar 1986"
Gary L. Loos
Edwin LOOS d 17 Jul 1981; b 15 Jun 1899 Coshocton Co., OH. Son of Hiram and Aldora WHITESIDE LOOS. Md Doyce ASHLEY 8 Jul 1933. Bu West Lawn Cem "Coshocton Tribune 17 Jul 1981"
Gary L. Loos
Alexander LOVE, d Linton Mills. Cancer surgery by Dr. HAMILTON, Columbus, another time by a cancer doctor Marietta. "Plainfield Pencilings Democratic Standard, Coshocton, OH, 18 Feb. 1887, pg. 4 "
Bob Orr
George D. LOVE, d. 26 Apr. 1992, Portland, ME. Svs at United Church of Christ, Biddeford. Masonic svs at Dennett-Craig & Pale Funeral Home, Saco.
Bob Orr
George D. LOVE, 85, formerly of Saco, d Portland at Maine Medical Center. B Toledo, OH, April 26, 1908, son of Dr. George Rusk and Helen DEERING LOVE. Att'd Thornton Academy, Exeter Academy, Worcester Academy and MIT. Was textile machinery design engineer. Past master Masonic Lodge of Saco; mem of Kora Temple Shrine, Lewiston; United Church of Christ in Biddeford. Surv'g are wife, Rebecca Kennard LOVE of Portland; 2 daus, Cynthia ESTES, Delmar, NY and Deborah OLSTAD, San Diego, CA; a son, Mark LOVE, Portland; 5 grandchilden and a g-grandchild. "Journal Tribune, Saco, ME, 30 Apr. 1992"
Bob Orr
James LOVE 82, Plainfield, d at home of his nephew, Joseph LOVE. B Londonderry, IRE 1808, came to Philadelphia, PA 1836 then to Coshocton Co. Svs by Rev. BLACKFORD Presbyterian Church. "Plainfield Pencilings Democratic Standard; Coshocton, OH; pg. 4, 3 Oct. 1890" "Coshocton Age, Coshocton, OH"
Bob Orr
Mrs. Jas. LOVE 71, Plainfield d at home near this place. Mrs. M. BASSETT and family wish to return thanks to the neighbors and friends for kindness to them during husband and father's sickness and death. (Obit not correct but copied correctly. Suspect this is the wife of James LOVE.)"Coshocton Deomcrat pg. 3, 7 Feb. 1888"
Bob Orr
Joseph A. "Jo" LOVE, Clear Creek Co, CO. B Coshocton Co, OH, 11 Jul 1829 Removed to CO 1860 Md abt 30 yrs ago Miss Jennie WEIMER who survives. Svs Presbyterian Church, Rev. JUNKIN officiating. (Much more info detailed in original obit.) "Georgetown Courier, Georgetown, CO, Saturday, 11 Jan. 1908, pg. 4"
Bob Orr
Mrs. Margaret LOVE abt 55, d Linton twp. Margaret RUSK became the wife of Joseph LOVE, Aug 22, 1861. 8 children born, 5 daus and 3 sons. 4 daus, with 3 sons and husband and father, survive. COD: Dropsy. Svs conducted by Rev. BLACKFORD, bu West Lafayette. "Democratic Standard, Coshocton, OH; pg. 1; 7 June 1901"
Bob Orr
Jane OSBORNE DAWSON LYNCH, d Dec 1899 Browning twp, Schuyler Co., IL; b 28 Mar 1820, Coshocton Co. OH. Md 1841 Noah DAWSON who d abt 1843. Md 1844 Absolom LYNCH who d NE. Children: Mary E. DAWSON SKILES, Thomas J. LYNCH, Mrs. Rachel NALL and A.W. LYNCH. Three children deceased; J.M., Ezra (Ed) and Mrs. Sarah LEE. Bur Edgar Cem "The Rushville Times, 28 Dec 1899"
Barbara Z. Abate
Charles E. MARANG 75 d 1 Jul 1992 San Bernardino CA; b 5 Jun 1917 Canton, OH son of Theodore and Ethel FISHER MARANG Md 1943 Opal I. JENNINGS, md #2 Helen SLABE. Son Carlos V. MARANG of Freemont, CA, dau Sharyn L. DANA of Riverside, CA, Stepsons, Marcus CARTER of Denver, CO, Harold CARTER of Battle Creek, MI, Kenneth CARTER of Riverside, CA; stepdau Mrs Robert (Jean) HOSTETTER, West Lafayette. "Coshocton Tribune Jul 1992"
Sharyn L. Marang Dana
Ethel MARANG 23, d Oct 1918 Canton, OH; b 1895 Coshocton, OH. Spouse Theodore MARANG. Sons Simon and Charles. Bros Ernest, Dewey and Raymond FISHER; sis Agnes FISHER and Mrs Bernice MARTIN, all of Coshocton. Mother Mrs. CARNES. COD: Pneumonia "Coshocton Tribune 24 Oct 1918"
Sharyn L. Marang Dana
J. D. MARSHALL 57, former Zanesville resident and father of Mrs. B. F. ADAMS of this city d Coshocton. B Somerset removed to Zanesville then Coshocton. Was contracting painter. Wife, 6 daus and half bro Henry HERITAGE, of this city surv. Chldn are: Mrs. ADAMS this city, and Mrs. Charles RENNER, Mrs. C. W. LOES, Mrs, James CLARK and Misses Sadie and Fannie MARSHALL all of Coshocton. Svs at the home, bu Southlawn Cem. "Prob a Zanesville paper Apr. 11 1904"
Carol Heritage
Sandra (Sandy) Kay LARNTZ MOORE MAURIGI, Conesville, OH. B. Bethesda Hospital, Zanesville Sep 19, 1947, d May 16, 1996, Hattiesburg, MS. Surv'd by dau Davanna MOORE-WILSON (Father: David A. MOORE, Tyndal, OH). COD: Colon Cancer
RachelB109@aol.com
Mrs. Noah I. McCLAIN, 76, d County Memorial hosp. B July 24, 1882, Plainfield,d/o John and Alice LATHAM SUNDERLAND. Md June 21, 1906, Mr. McCLAIN, who survs, with 3 daus.  Mrs. Alice E. STONE, Mrs. Helena R. MYERS, both of Delaware, and Mrs. Madge E. CLEMENS, Columbus, and 6 g’children. Mem Plainfield Methodist church, mem the WSCS. Bu church cem.
Laurie Sullivan


James R. McCORMICK, Coshocton Route 4, d August 1,1942 B January 7, 1873 Butler Co, PA son of James and Margaret BROWN McCORMICK. In 1927, elected board member International United Mine Workers of America. M July 15, 1893 Elizabeth STEWART, dau of James and Ellen CUTE McINTYRE STEWART, 6 child; Thomas O., James Jr., Ronald F., Audra, Harold S. and Bruce V. McCORMICK. COD: Gall bladder. Svs by Rev Lynn C. WHITE. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, Aug 1, 1942"
Curtiss N. Stuart, PE
Carl McCOY 84, d 13 Apr 1991 Lakeland, FL; b 6 Jan 1907, Pleasant Valley, OH, son of Willard Elmer and Corabelle BOOKLESS McCOY. Md 23 Oct 1926 Evelyn DICKERSON. Sons Carl Earl McCOY of Fresno, OH and Billy Neal McCOY of Lakeland, FL. Bro Virgil McCOY of Newark, OH. "Coshocton Tribune April 1991"
Sharyn L. Marang Dana
Joseph McCOY age over eight-five, Virginia Twp. B 1 Jul 1798, Farquhair Co. (Fauquier Co.) VA., came to OH w/parents Dec. 1806. Md Jan. 7, 1820, wife d Feb 26, 1877. 10 child, 7 living, all in Coshocton Co. but one dau. William and Henry McCOY, his sons, the latter with whom he lived at time of death. 63 gchildren, 41 living, and 81 g-g'child, 71. Bu Pleasant Hill Cem. "Coshocton Democrat, October 23, 1883"
Danny Fluhart
Martha McCOY 55, d 16 Oct 1892. Wife of Henry McCOY. COD: Thphoid Fever. "Democratic Standard 21 Oct 1892"
Sharyn L. Marang Dana
Sarah McCOY, wife of Joseph McCOY,Jackson Twp., d Feb 26, 1877. B May 22 (or 23), 1800, Md Joseph McCOY 7 Jan 1820. 10 child, 7 living, 2 sons, 5 daus. All of Coshocton Co, except one dau. 62 gchildren, 40 living. "Coshocton Democrat, March 6, 1877"
Danny Fluhart
Virgil "Bud" McCOY 90, d 8 Nov 1991, Coshocton, OH; b 15 Feb 1901, son of Willard and Cora BOOKLESS McCOY. Md 1 Jul 1922 Margaret "Maggie" DAVIS (d 29 May 1973) md 7 Nov 1987 Dorothy G. LYONS. Dau Catherine ARON of Coshocton, Sis Carrie JONES of Conesville. "Coshocton Tribune Nov 1991"
Sharyn L. Marang Dana
William McCOY. Svs Pleasant Hill Baptist church, Jackson twp. Tributes pd by the Rev. Mr. ERWIN, the Rev. Mr. SENTER, and Mr. S. H. NICHOLAS, of this city. "Coshocton Age March 29, 1906"
Garbird@aol.com
Andrew J.(STEWART) McINTYRE 62, d Coshocton Mem Hospital May 16, 1958 Ret'd restaurant owner, operated "Andy's Restaurant" founded by father, Andrew McINTYRE,Sr.in 1901. B Coshocton Mar 28, 1896, son of Andrew and Jeanette McCORMICK McINTYRE. Md Vida YOUNG 1914. 2 child'n Robert W. and James A. McINTYRE. Vida COLE YOUNG d Dec 24, 1948. Svs DAWSON Funeral Home, Rev Harold KASER officiating. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, May 17, 1958"
Curtiss N. Stuart
Andrew J.McINTYRE, Sr., d December 11, 1937. Known as Andy STEWART having assumed name of step-father, James STEWART. Founded Andy's Restaurant 1901, Walnut Street, Coshocton. B Beaver Falls, PA December 27, 1865 son of Thomas and Ellen CUTE McINTYRE. M June 30, 1894 Jeanette McCORMICK, dau of James McCORMICK of Scotland. 7 child, Andrew Jr., Marilla, Jeanette, Ella, Lucy and Margaret. One son d at birth. COD: Heart attack. Svs by Dr.R.M. KISKADDON. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, December 12, 1937"
Curtiss N. Stuart, PE
Mrs. Andrew J. McINTYRE, Sr. 70, d 12 Apr 1947. B 28 Oct 1876, Butler Co. PA, a dau of James and Margaret Brown McCORMICK, Lanarkshire, Scotland. Her bro, James Robert McCORMICK,1st, of this Co. was well known for his leadership role in Nat'l United Mine Workers Union. Jeanette McCORMICK md Andrew J. McINTYRE, Sr. 1894. 6 child: Andrew,Jr., Marilla, Jeanette, Ella, Lucy and Margaret. Husband founded and operated Andy's Restaurant in 1901. COD: Heart ailment. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, 13 Apr 1947
Curtiss N. Stuart
Thomas McINTYRE, 75, d March 29, 1942 Coshocton. B October 16, 1866, Johnstown, PA, son of Thomas and Ellen CUTE McINTYRE. M 1895, Frances HALL. Surviving are 5 child, Mrs. Clyde FARMER, Mildred McINTYRE, Raymond McINTYRE, Helen McINTYRE and Mrs.Carl HASKINS; half-sis Mary E. STEWART. COD: Cardiac heart problems. Svs by Rev Lynn WHITE. Bu South lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, March 30,1942"
Curtiss N. Stuart, PE
Isaac McMICHAEL 73, d 24 Jan 1877; b Readin, Berks Co. PA. Md 19 Jan 1825 Anne BETS. Leaves 4 children. Youngest dau Mrs. Margaret W. McKAY deceased. "Coshocton Democrat 27 Feb 1877"
Oliver MERILLAT, Spanish-American War Vet, d home of Mrs. Maude BUDD, Millersburg, where he roomed. Dr. Luther HIGH, Millersburg acting as coroner, pronounced the death a suicide. Mr. MERILLAT was found by friend, John HAMM.  COD:  Drowned in bathtub (fully clothed).  Svs i/c Hunter funeral home, Millersburg.
Laurie Sullivan


Miss Sarah MERRELL Ravenna, former resident and graduate of Coshocton Co. H.S. d Cleveland. Dau of Mrs J.C. MERRELL, Coshocton & Harvey MERRELL, Ravenna. Uncles W.S. MERRELL and L.W. MERRELL. COD: Died after surgery for Mastoids. Prob "Coshocton Tribune 7 Apr 1918"
George V. MEWHINNEY 64, d Mar 19, 1894 B County Kerry, Ireland; resided Coshocton since 1851. Surv'd by wife Letitia, 2 sons Andrew, Cleveland and Robert, Racine WI, daus Susan McKEE, Coshocton and Jane BARTHOLD, Stubenville. COD: Hit by train. Paper said bu Oak Ridge Cem but we loc'd him at Southlawn w/wife and dau Susan. "The Democratic Standard and another paper from the files in the library microfilm Friday Mar 23, 1894".
Andrew J Mewhinney
Letitia Jane (Hanna) MEWHINNEY 70, d May 23, 1898 at her home, Coshocton. Widow of the late George. COD: General body infirmities. Bu Southlawn Cem. The "Democratic Standard May 27, 1998"
Andrew J Mewhinney
Mrs. John MEYERS 76, d Mar 1923 Coshocton; b 25 Sep 1847 Coshocton. 2 children J.R. FOWLER Coshocton and Mrs. J.A. STINER. Three half brothers, John WILDEN and William WILDEN of Coshocton and Benjamin WILDEN of Tyndal. COD: Age and grippe. "Coshocton Tribune 1 Mar 1923"
Sharyn L. Marang Dana
Mrs. Isaac MIDDLETON, d Mar 1907 Washington twp. Husband Isaac MIDDLETON, dau Jessie May MIDDLETON, son Henry Ward MIDDLETON. COD: Pneumonia. "Daily Age 28 Mar 1907"
Pam Middleton Lee
Jesse MIDDLETON, 77 Jackson twp d 1886. "Coshocton Democrat 6 Apr 1886" Legal notice names John T. MIDDLETON of Winsor, Weld Co., CO; Loretta and George S. MORRIS, Arkansas City, KS; William C. MIDDLETON, Coshocton Co., OH
Pam Middleton Lee
Lewis S. MILLER 64, County Hospital, b. March 1, 1902, Conesville, the son of Lewis and Girtha DAWSON MILLER. m. April 6, 1935 to Isabella SHAW, who survives, one son, Lewis, of the home; one sis, Mrs. Ottis COURTRIGHT of Conesville. Parents and two sis deceased. Member of St. John's United Church of Christ. Bu at South Lawn. "Coshocton Tribune November 9. 1966"
Gwen Hardesty Oliver
Gerald Q. "Pappy" MINER 78, Coshocton, d Sep 26, 1997, at home of dau Carol WHITE. B Apr 27, 1919, Conesville, son of Harry E. and Nellie (GLOSSER) MINER. Md Nov. 30, 1940 Pearl C. CORDER. She d Oct 19, 1979 He was disabled 1966 aft 33 years with the PA RR as trackman and camp cook. U.S. Army vet WWll. Member Coshocton Moose Lodge 935. Surv's include a son, Gerald Q. MINER Jr.Newcomerstown; Three daus, Norma PHILABAUM and husband Paul, Conesville, Carol a. WHITE and husband William, Coshocton, and Vickie I. HARVEY, Newcomerstown; a bro, William D., Butler, IN; 14 g'children, Jeanine, Paul R. and Melissa PHILABAUM, Jerry E. and Jack SLAUGHTER Jr. Cathy ARMSTRONG, Lori BACON, Benjamin MINER, Jerri R. DURFEE, Christine, James, William and Andy WRIGHT, and Heather HARVEY; five step g'children; and 12 g-g'children. Preceded in death by infant son, Jerold MINER; 4 bros, James E., Fred E., George M. and Harry MINER; two sisters Rosemary J. MINER and Lucille STEPHAN; and a g'dau, Karen Jo SLAUGHTER. Svs conducted Given-Dawson Funeral Home Coshocton, Pastor Paul DORSEY officiating. Bu Adams Mills Cem.
Mark Miner
Harry E. MINER 68 of Fayetteville, N.C>, former Conesville resident, d Fri morning at his home following a long illness. Son of Harry E. and Nellie GLOSSER MINER, b Sep 13 1914, Conesville. Md 1938, Vera ROBERTS. She survives. Was PA RR worker. Attended Coshocton Curch of the Nazarene until move to Fayetteville in 1979.Surv'g in addition to his wife are a stepson, Jack DONLEY of Rittman; a stepdau, Joyce MINER of Fayetteville; 3 bros William, Butler, IN; Jerry (Gerald), Coshocton and George, Fayetteville; 4 g'children and 2 g-g'children. Preceding him in death; a dau, 2 bros and 2 sis. SVS Given-Dawson, Coshocton Rev. C. E. EASTERDAY officiating. Bu South Lawn Cem.
Newspaper clipping from the scrapbook of Dora Deeds FRANKLIN
Mark Miner
Garland K. MINNER, 48 of Conesville, d City Hospital Feb 1933. Son of late A.A. MINNER, bro of Wayne MINNER, cousin, Fred MINNER, Dresden Route 4. Leaves several cousins. Member Zanesville Elks Lodge. Funeral services at Fred MINNER in charge of Rev. F. R. MARTIN, Zanesville M. P. Church. Bu Salem cemetery. COD: Pneumonia as complication of other diseases.
Mark Miner
Mrs. Nellie MINOR 52, Conesville Route 1, d Coshocton Memorial Hospital 1948. B Feb. 17 1896, nr Conesville,dau of Mary DUNKAN and Lewellen GLOSSER. Md 1911 Harry MINOR who survives. Member Conesville Methodist church. Daus Rosemary of the home, Mrs. John DONLEY, Conesville Route 1; five sons, Fred, George and William all of the home, Harry MINOR, Conesville Route 1, and Gerald MINOR, Coshocton; bro John GLOSSER, Coshocton Route 5. Son James MINOR, killed south Pacific aboard a submarine, 1942. Funeral services Conesville Methodist church, charge of Rev. COLE assisted by Rev. McGEE. Bu Adams Mills cemetery. COD: Heart Disease
Mark Miner
John MOORE 67, Coshocton. CW Vet. COD: Paralysis. Bur Oak Ridge Cem "Democratic Standard 8 Jul 1898"
Sharyn L. Marang Dana
Margaret MARANG MOORE 47, d Jul 1905, Coshocton, OH; b Jackson twp, Coshocton. Spouse Frank MOORE, sons Will and Frank. COD: Breast Cancer "The Coshocton Age, 14 Jul 1905"
Sharyn L. Marang Dana
John MORFORD,  Perry twp, about 70 yrs. COD: Injuries of fall. "The Coshocton Democrat, Aug 5, 1890 "
Jamie Simcox
Mary C. MORROW, 88, d at Haven of Rest Nursing Home, this city. Resided 5 years at the home. B Jan. 29, 1878, Wills Creek, d/o Martin and Elizabeth GERWIG, Stockum. Md Anthony MORROW who is deceased. Mem Emmanuel Lutheran Church. Surv son, Floyd MORROW, 2 g’children and 3 g-g’children. 1 bro,2 sis are deceased. Svs Glass Funeral Home. Bu South Lawn Cem.  “Coshocton Tribune Apr 5, 1966”
Laurie Sullivan


Ada E. MOWREY 75, d. Sept 25, 1966 Coshocton; b. Aug 23, 1891 West Bedford, dau of William and Mary WALKER MOWREY. Member State Teachers Association, Park Avenue EUB church. Surviving: three nieces, Mrs. Margene MAYHEW, Coshocton; Mrs. Marie SHUCK and Mrs. Doris BONHAM of Roayal Oaks, MI; four nephews, Harold MOWREY of Bladensburg, David MOWREY of Mount Vernon, James MOWREY of Wayne and Francis MOWREY of San Diego, CA. Three brothers are deceased. Bu West Bedford Cem. "Coshocton Tribune "
Gwen Hardesty Oliver
Mrs. Margaret BRYSON MURDOCH 85, d 1908 Pleasant Valley, b Cumbernauld, Scotland May 10, 1823 came to America 1881. Husband, James MURDOCH was b 1822, d 1865 Scotland. 7 children, Elizabeth LAIRD, James Hill, Andrew 1st, Robert, Margaret, Ann and Andrew 2nd MURDOCH. Member of the Presbyterian Church. Svs by Rev HAMILTON Bu South Lawn Cem. "Laird Family Bible, Laird Lines publication, 1990"
Curtiss N. Stuart, PE  
Edna BECK MYERS, 82, County Memorial Hospital Nursing Home, d County Memorial Hosp. B New Princeton community, Monroe Twp, Aug. 13, 1883, d/o Samuel D. and Martha FREDERECK BECK.  Md Jan. 3, 1901 to Harve W. MYERS, deceased. Mem Warsaw Presbyterian Church and Homemakers Club, local YWCA. Survi are 1 son, Robert W. MYERS, Arlington Heights, IL.; one sis, Mrs. Rollin HOOK, Coshocton, and 1 g’daughter. 2 bros are deceased. Svs Dawson Funeral Homew/Rev. Harold KASER officiating. Bu Valley View Cemetery near Warsaw. “Coshocton Tribune April 5, 1966”
Laurie Sullivan


John MYERS 89, d Aug 1934 Coshocton; b 6 Aug 1845 Coshocton. Wife Drucilla MOORE MYERS deceased. Dau Mrs. J.A. STINER, Conesville; Step-son John R. FOWLER. "Coshocton Tribune 19 Aug 1934"
Sharyn L. Marang Dana
Lydia A. NELLANS 86, b Nov 9, 1851, dau of Horace and Hannah SMITH. M 3 times. 8 child first marriage. Surviving 2 sons, William M. and Oscar I. PORTER, 2 sis and 1 bro in CA. "Coshocton Tribune Jan. 5, 1938 page 1"
(Note: Spouses were Valentine PORTER, George W. ELLIS and Benjamin NELLANS)
Lisa Porter-Burt
Mrs. Essie MOORE NOLAND 91, Frazeysburg, native Coshocton Co, d July 26, 1975 Muskingum Co Hospital. B Nov 7, 1883 Pike Twp d/o Robert and Jane DEAN MOORE. Essie md 1917 Ernest NOLAND, who d 1949. There are no children. Svs at BAUGHMAN and Sons Funeral Home, Frazeysburg, w/Rev Richard Olsson. Bu Frazeysburg Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, July 29, 1975"
Curtiss N. Stuart
Jason NOLAND 49, farmer, d 19 Jun 1916. B 1865, son of John and Elizabeth McBRIDE NOLAND. Lived entire life in Wakatomika. Mem Chalfants M.E.Church. COD: Blood poisoning (wound to hand). Bu Union Hill Cemetery. "Coshocton Tribune, 21 Jun 1916"
Curtiss N. Stuart
Mary Jane NOLAND, abt 30, d June 19, 1890, wife of Samuel A. GARDNER,b 1860, dau of Henry and Martha ASHCRAFT NOLAND, Pike Twp. Had ten bros and sisters. Leaves husband and two little daus. Member M.B.Church. COD: "la grippe". Bu Broomstick Cem, services by Rev James REED. "Coshocton Democrat 24 June1890"
Curtiss N. Stuart
Mrs. Ray OGLE (Lottie PARKS), 17, d New Moscow. Survivors: Husband, Ray OGLE; infant dau; sis Velma PARKS; father, Elihy PARKS and gparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elisha PARKS. Bu Branch Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, 1914". (no date on clipping)
Danny Fluhart
Mrs. Thaddeus OGLE 70, d at home of dau Coshocton. B Muskingum Co, near Dresden 1838. 26 yrs later removed to New Castle resided there 44 yrs. 4 yrs ago husband, Thaddeus OGLE d; this summer sis, Mrs. John LANDERBAUGH Columbus d. 2 sis living, one NE and one CO. Child: Mrs. Kate SCOTT, New Castle; Mrs. Henry MEREDITH, Nellie; Mrs. M.A. VanHENNEL, Coshocton; and Charles B. OGLE, Walhonding. 11 Grandchildren survive. "The Coshocton Weekly Times, October 1, 1908".
Danny Fluhart
Henry B. PARSONS 78, d Coshocton Feb 15, 1934 at home of sis, Mrs. D. H. MAGNESS. He was recognized as best penman in USA. Operated business colleges Zanesville, Columbus and Cleveland. B Zanesville, Oct. 9, 1855, s/o William and Catherine PARSONS. Md 1877 Alice HARPER. Surv'd by wife, sis, 3 daus, Mrs. Norwood SHEARER, Columbus; Mrs. Claude BAKER and Mrs. Bernard FAY both of Chicago and 2 gchldren. One dau d in infancy. COD: Heart disease "Coshocton Library, local paper, date and name not specified".
Ray Parsons
Mrs. Sarah Viola PATTERSON, 79, Millersburg d Pomerene Memorial hospital, Millersburg. B Aug. 8, 1879, Killbuck twp, Holmes co, d/o James and Jermima WATERS LANHAM. Md Charles PATTERSON, who died 1955. Surv son, Russell PATTERSON, Millersburg; dau, Mrs. Winfred MIDDAUGH, Sundbury; half sis, Mrs. Glenn CASEY, Creston. Bu Clark cem.
Laurie Sullivan


Mrs. Jennie E. PENCE 60, d following an eight months' illness of complications. Jennie FORTUNE, dau/of the late Jesse and Derinda FORTUNE was b 5 Nov 1874 near Roscoe. Spent entire life in Coshocton Co. 1st husb, David FRAZEE d 1921; 2nd husb, George PENCE d 1928. Surv'g are dau Mrs. George FRANKLIN of the home, one half brother, Oliver FORTUNE, Coshocton and 7 gchildren. Member of Roscoe M. E. Church. Svs at Wesleyan Methodist Tabernacle in charge of Rev. Dwight H. FERGUSON. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Newspaper clipping from scrapbook of Dora FRANKLIN DUHAMELL", g-gmother of:
Mark Miner
Minta M. PIGMAN, 98, d Dresden. B Dec. 25, 1875, Tunnel Hill, Coshocton, Co. d/o Nathan S.and Mary HAINES PRICE. Md #1 John McCOY, who d Mar 1931. Md 2 Kelley PIGMAN, who d Apr. 7, 1951. She was mem Dresden United Methodist Church. Surv's are son Russell McCOY, Dresden; dau, Mrs. Mildred CONRAD, Coshocton; 13 gchild'n, 46 g-gchild'n, 10 g-g-gchild'n. Son, step-son, 2 bros deceased. Svs Dresden Chapel Rev. Raymond VINCENT, Jr. officiating. Bur Valley View Cem, Warsaw.  "The Coshocton Tribune 8 Mar 1974"
Beverly Price
David Rudolph PORTER, old res of Jackson twp, d last Tues. B Jackson twp, October 22, 1847. Wife is deceased,  4 daus and 5 sons survive  Was mail carrier, R.F.D. No.1 out of Roscoe.  COD:  Brain trouble resulting from sunstroke.  Bu Roscoe Cem w/svs by Rev. MAUGHIMAN.  His critical illness has been spoken of in former issues of this paper. “Democratic Standard (Coshocton, Ohio), August 12, 1904, pg 2 more in-depth  info in Democratic Standard (Coshocton, Ohio), August 12, 1904, p. 1, 8”  
Natalie Herdman


Frank PORTER, 48, d at his home near Pleasant Valley Wed.  B west of Roscoe, August 24, 1872. At age 22 he md Clonnia RANDLES, Roscoe.  7 yrs ago he md Angie PARKS.  Occupation gardener, employed by P.C. Shipps, Pleasant Valley area.  Surv’d by 4child by first wife; Mrs. Elmer LINT, Warsaw; Mrs. French WRIGHT, Akron; Mr. Leslie PORTER Akron, and Elsie PORTER Warsaw. One child, Winford aged 5, by second wife. 4 bros and 3 sis: Mrs. Susie PORTER, Mrs. Mary SWAGGARD, and J. W. PORTER all of Roscoe, Mrs. Harrison RANDLES, west of Roscoe; J. E. PORTER, Maro PORTER and W. B. PORTER, all of Coshocton.  COD:  Pneumonia, following influenza.  Svs at Roscoe M. E. church. Bur Roscoe cem. Rev. M. B. MEAD of Roscoe M. E. church in charge.  “Coshocton Tribune,  February 25, 1920, pg. 10”

Natalie Herdman
Mrs. Frank PORTER d Wed, at her home near Roscoe, of consumption. Her age was 28 yrs. W/ husband there are left 4 small children. COD: Consumption. Bur Roscoe cem.  “Democratic Standard, (Coshocton, OH), March 4, 1904, p. 1”
Natalie Herdman   (This is Colona/Clonna/Clonia/Clonie B.RANDLES--I've seen her name spelled all of these ways.)


Leslie H. PORTER, 46, Canton, formerly of Roscoe, and Carl ECKLEY, Canton.  Mr. PORTER b Bethlehem twp May 24, 1895, s/o James F. and Clonia RANDLES PORTER.  Surviving are 3 sis, Mrs. Velma LINT and Mrs. Elsie SAMPSEL, Coshocton and Mrs. Erma WRIGHT of Chicago, half-brother, Winfred PORTER of Route 1. COD:  Auto accident. "May 5, 1941, Coshocton Tribune, pg 1"
Natalie Herdman
Maro M. PORTER, 72, Coshocton., d Coshocton Mem hosp B Jan. 11, 1877, Roscoe, s/o late David Rudolph and Elizabeth PORTER.  Md  Sept. 10, 1904, Ruby BROWNFIELD, who d Oct. 18, 1946. Emp as custodian city hall and parking meters. Mem Grace Methodist church and Odd Fellows Lodge, Coshocton.  Surv son David PORTER of the home, 2 sis, Mrs. Mary SWAGGARD, Miss Susan PORTER, both of Roscoe; bro, Wilburn PORTER, Roscoe; 2 g’children.  One sis and 3 bros are deceased. COD:  Heart attack  Rest is unreadable.  "Coshocton Tribune, Wednesday, February 23, 1949, pg 1"
Natalie Herdman

Mrs. Maro M. PORTER, 62, d in her home, 709 South Seventeenth St. Ruby BROWNFIELD was born Jan. 11, 1884, Plainfield, d/o Gerome and Cassandria MILLER BROWNFIELD. Md Sept. 10, 1904 Maro M. PORTER, who survives. Surviving besides the husband are  dau, Mrs. Mildred HOGE,  son, David PORTER, both of the home; one bro, C. M. BROWNFIELD, Akron; t3 sis, Mrs. Mabel CHUBB, Springfield, O., Mrs. Nellie AKEROYD, Pittsburg, PA, Mrs. Violet ROWLEY, Trenton, N.J., and 2 grandchildren. COD:  Heart attack. Svs  in the home, w/Rev. Sumner LaFOILETTE officiating. Bu South Lawn cemetery. "Coshocton Tribune, October 18, 1946, pg. 1"
Natalie Herdman
Sarah Mae PORTER, 82, Coshocton, retired operator, Ohio Bell Telephone Co., d County Meml Hosp. B  Nov. 11, 1885, West Lafayette, d/o Riley A. and Annis COWDEN WIGGINS. Husband, Ward B. PORTER, d Dec. 21, 1939. Mem Grace Methodist Church, the Fidelis Club of YMCA, Pink Ladies of County Mem Hospl, honorary mem of the Ohio Federation of Telephone Workers and Telephone Pioneers of America.  Surv 2 daus, Mrs. Evelyn HANKINS,  Coshocton and Mrs. Lester WOODS, Everton, MO.; bror, Roy WIGGENS, Columbus; 5 g’children and eight gt-g’children. 5 bros deceased.  “Coshocton Tribune, Tuesday, January 16, 1968, pg. 2”
Natalie Herdman
Mrs. Susannah PORTER, 69, Jackson twp, d Coshocton.  Suffered from paralysis for a long time, and recently fell in the fire and was badly burned. "Semi Weekly Age (Coshocton, OH), February 26, 1886"
Natalie Herdman   (Her maiden name was Susannah HOOK)
Miss Susie PORTER, 81, d at her home on Hill st., Roscoe, following a long illness. B  Jackson twp August 19, 1875, d/o of Mr. and Mrs. David R. PORTER. Surviving are sister, Mrs. Mary SWAGGART, and brother, J. W. PORTER, Roscoe. One sister and 4 bros are deceased. Svs  Dawson funeral home w/ Rev. Donald ADAMS officiating. Bu Roscoe cem."11/23/1956, pg. 16, Coshocton Tribune"
Natalie Herdman
Ward B. PORTER, 53, Roscoe. B  Jan. 1, 1886, Jackson twp, s/o David and Elizabeth PORTER.  Md 1905 Mae WIGGENS, of West Lafayette who survs. Had 3 children. Son d in infancy.  Mem  Roscoe Methodist Church. Emp’d American [?] for 25 years. Also surv 2 daus Mrs. Harold HANKINS, Roscoe, Mrs. Lester WOOD of [?]; two [?] of Roscoe [?] and 2 bros, J. W. PORTER, Roscoe and Maro PORTER, Coshocton. Svs in charge of Rev. Harry STANLEY, Weslleyan Methodist church. BurWest Lafayette cem.  “Coshocton Tribune, Friday, December 22, 1939, pg. 1”
Natalie Herdman
Mrs. Zach E. PORTER, 69, d at her home at 538 Locust St.  B New Castle Apr 30, 1873, d/o  J. B. and Benjamina CUNNINGHAM. Md Aug 29, 1887 Charles FIELDS. To this union  one son and one daughter. Md Z. E. PORTER July 17, 1906. He d  Dec. 5, 1938. Survivors are son, James F. FIELDS, Columbus;  dau, Mrs. Ada DUNLAP, 538 Locust st.; 6 grandchildren and two g-grandchildren. Mem Ladies of the Moose and  Grace M. E. church.  COD: Seriously ill 6 wks.   Svs Dawson funeral home Dr. Don P. MUELLER, Grace church will officiate. Bu South Lawn cem. "Coshocton Tribune, Tuesday, June 16, 1942, pg. 1"
Natalie Herdman
Russell H. POWELL 76, d Coshocton. B Nov 9, 1892, West Lafayette, s/o Francis J. and Harriett RUSSELL POWELL. Md Sep 25, 1919 Ada SNOOTS. Had been employed as pharmacist Brungart's Drug Store and old Page & Lorenz Drug. Mem Grace United Methodist Church, and official board of the congregation, Methodist Men's Club, Masonic lodge and American Legion Post, West Lafayette.
Surv'g besides wife,son, James L. POWELL, Canton; dau, Mrs. John (Harriett) PESEK, Detroit, MI.; bro, Eugene F. POWELL, Lincoln, NE; 5 gchildren. One son deceased. Svs Grace United Methodist Church, Dr. Benjamin R. LEWIS to officiate. Bur Fairfield Cem, West Lafayette. "Coshocton (OH) Tribune, July 27, 1969"
Jennifer Snoots Pidgeon
Lewis POWELSON 85, d 24 Jan 1864 Franklin twp; b VA. "Coshocton Democrat 23 Mar 1864"
Sharyn L. Marang Dana
Charles  M. PRICE., 12yrs 1mo.10das. d June 2nd  1879 at  father’s house, in Jackson twp, Coshocton co, son of John D. &  Hannah PRICE, Bur Blooming Grove Church.  (Mentioned Sylvester BARCUS) "Coshocton Age 14 June 1879"
Beverly Price
Nathan PRICE d Oct 1893 b Baltimore co, MD., Jun 2, 1811.Md May 1831 Nancy MAY. Came to Ohio 1832, settled Perry twp, Coshocton co. Abt 1845 removed to Jackson twp. Member of M.E. Church in MD was charter member Blooming Grove Society. 1888 wife d Roscoe. Nine child'n, 7 sons, 3 daus; 1 dau, 5 sons antedated him in death. Svs by Rev. J.D. LEE Oct. 18, bur Blooming Grove church. "Democratic Standard 27 OCT 1893"
Beverly Price
Frank PRICE 70, d Hallowell,KS 1940, b Tunnel Hill, s/o Nathan and Mary PRICE, and spent entire life in this county until move to KS 15 yrs ago. Surv'd by, wife Mina NELDON PRICE; 2 sons, Clayton, Canton and Harry, San Diego, CA.; 2 gchild'n; bro Harley of Tunnel Hill, and a sister, Mrs. Minta McCOY, New Moscow. COD: Heart disease. "Coshocton Tribune 22 JUN 1940"
Beverly Price
Harley A. PRICE 79, d nr Tunnel Hill. Born Bedford twp Nov. 21, 1869,s/o Nathan and Mary HAINES PRICE. Mar 10, 1892, md Martha FOSTER, who surv's. Carpenter by trade. Also surv'g 2 daus, Mrs. Iva HARDESTY, nr Roscoe and Mrs. Ed DUSENBERRY, Coshocton Route 1; one sis, Mrs. Minetta PIGMAN, Dresden; 11 gchild'n, 9 g-gchild'n. One bro, Frank, deceased.Svs held Union Hill church Rev. Harry LAMBERT, West Bedford bur church cem. "The Coshocton Tribune 3 AUG 1948" 
Beverly Price
Mary Elizabeth PRICE, 83, d at home of dau, Mrs. Minta M. McCOY, Conesville Route 2. B Mary Elizabeth HAINES Sep 10, 1848, Tunnel Hil. Md Nathan PRICE 1868. 3 child'n, Harley A. PRICE nr Tunnel Hill, Frank M. PRICE, Kansas, Mrs. Minta M. McCOY, Conesville. Mem Methodist church in 1870. Also surv'd by 3 bros, Benjamin HAINES, Leander HAINES, and Henry HAINES, all of nr Tunnel Hill; sis, Mrs. A.L. REED, Coshocton, 7 gchild'n and 13 g-gchild'n. COD: Paralysis Svs held Union Church by Rev. George SIPES. Bur church cem. "Coshocton Tribune 22 OCT 1931" 
Beverly Price
Mrs. Nathan PRICE, Roscoe, d Wed aft two weeks illness. COD:  Heart disease.   Bur Blooming Grove, Svs held by Rev. HARROLD.  "Coshocton Semi Weekly Age   27 Jan 1888" 
Beverly Price
Nathan S. PRICE, 80, d Tunnel Hill, Bedford twp.B Jackson twp Nov 23, 1840. Md Mary HAINES, survives. He was Union soldier in Civil War, received 5 wounds. Member of local Richard LANNING  Post, No. 69. Mem Union church. Mr. PRICE was last and 11th member of the PRICE family. Survived by widow, 3 child'n, Mrs. John McCOY, Moscow;  Harley and Frank PRICE, Tunnel Hill.  N.H. PRICE of Peoples Undertaking Co. is nephew. COD: Old Age, Bur Union Cem "Coshocton Tribune 2 MAR 1921" 
Beverly Price
Dale P. RANDLES 63, d Coshocton Co Memorial Hospital.  B June 6, 1906 Roscoe, s/o Harrison and Blanche PORTER RANDLES, never md.  World War II Vet, ,formerly employed as ,carpenter, past 5 yrs worked River View HS. Mem Ohio Assn Public Employees and Roscoe United Methodist Church, former mem of Carpenters Local. Surv one bro, Donald A. RANDLES, one niece, Mrs. Richard (Donna Jean) WILLIAMS, Route 3. Svs at Dawson Funeral Home w/Rev. Forrest LANNECK in charge. Bur in Prairie Chapel Cem. “Coshocton Tribune, Sept 1, 1970, p. B-1”
Natalie Herdman


Grover C. RANDLES, 84, native of Coshocton Co, d Thurs in Elyria Hospital.   B Aug. 30, 1884, son of John Holly and Adeline McBRIDE RANDLES.  Md Sarah BEARD, deceased.  Mr. RANDLES was a World War I veteran.  Formerly operated a restaurant in Coshocton and Elyria.  Surv are one dau, Mrs. Stan (Jean) KARBY, of the home, Elyria, one sis, Mrs. Francis V. BODINE, Warsaw. One son,3 sis, 2 bros are deceased. Military rites conducted 1 p.m. Sat at  Dickens Funeral Home, Elyria. Bur in an Elyria cemetery. "Coshocton Tribune, Saturday, August 17, 1968, pg. 2"
Natalie Herdman


John Holley RANDLES, 78, d at home o/son, Grover RANDLES, 127 Chestnut St., B 7 Feb, 1852, Mr. RANDLES md 1874 Adeline McBRIDE, d 1890, 2nd 1896 Hannah HELVIN, d 1902. 7 ch born to first union, 4 survive.  2 daus, Mrs. Verna HIGGINS, Elyria, Mrs. Margaret BINNING, Coshocton, 2 sons, Grover, Coshocton and Harris, Roscoe; 2 bros, Wilson and Emerson, Coshocton, and 2 sis, Mrs. Nancy RICHESSIN, Coshocton and Mrs. Martha CANE,  Huntington, WV survive.  COD:  pneumonia. Svs Prairie Chapel church in charge of Rev. J. E. TRIPP. Bur church cemetery.  "Coshocton Tribune, January 24, 1931, pg. 1/Coshocton Tribune, January 25, 1931, p. 1"
Natalie Herdman 
Norma B. RANDLES, 92, d April 10, 2004, at Coshocton Co Memorial Hospital.  Jan. 21, 1912, Coshocton Co, she was d/o the late Hugh and Bessie (RICHARDSON) OGLE.  June 20, 1930, md late Donald A. RANDLES, who d May 20, 1972.  Attended school in Roscoe was employed more than 35 years Carton's Shoe Store, Coshocton. Mem Roscoe United Methodist Church, 50-year memof  Order of the Eastern Star No. 157, Ladies Shrine and VFW 1330 Ladies Auxiliary.  Surv by a daughter, Donna Jean WILLIAMS,  Coshocton;3 sis, Elizabeth (Garwin) STUBBS, Mildred FOSTER and Dorothy (Robert) BOYD, Coshocton; niece, Judy (Dwight) FESLER, Coshocton and several other nieces and nephews. In addition to husband and parents, preceded in death by 2 bros, Paul and Robert OGLE; a son-in-law, Richard WILLIAMS; and bro-i-l, Dale RANDLES.   Svs Given-Dawson Coshocton Funeral Home w/ Pastor Robert WRIGHT officiating. Bur will follow at Prairie Chapel Cem. “Coshocton Tribune, Sunday, April 11, 2004, pg 4”
Natalie Herdman


Bessie ROBINSON 2, nr Roscoe. Dau of Mr. and Mrs. James E. ROBINSON. Bu Prairie Chapel. "Democrat and Standard Sept 26, 1902"


Widow of David RODEHAVER 86, Walhonding d 11 Aug 1893. B 11 Jan 1825. Husband d abt 1 yr ago. 6 children survive her. 6 grandchildren were pallbearers. Bu Darling Cem. "Coshocton Democrat 15 Aug 1893"
Patsy Ruth Moore-Laird
C. Marjorie RODGERS 74, Dresden, d May 29, 1997, at her home. B 4 Dec 1922, Dresden, A 1941 graduate, Jefferson HS, member Dresden United Meth Chur 40 yrs. Survivors: sons, Gregory E. RODGERS and Frederick J. RODGERS, Dresden; dau Pamela J. SMYTHE Dresden; 3 gsons; 6 gdaus; and 2 bros, Chet WILLIAMS, Frazeysburg and Frank WILLIAMS, Columbus. Wid of Ernest E. RODGERS, who d May 1976; dau of, Sylvester and Glenna HOLBEIN WILLIAMS; 6 sis; 5 bros. Bu Valley View Cem, Warsaw. "Coshocton Tribune May 31, 1997"
Jody Rodgers


Mary Elizabeth SOWERS RODGERS d 17 Mar 1996, Coshocton. B 18 May 1898, Coshocton Co. Md Guy Charles RODGERS (d.73) on 16 Feb 16, 1919. Son Ernest Eugene RODGERS (b.21 d.76?).
Jody Rodgers


Charles Oscar ROLLINS 76, New Castle, d Feb. 8, 1990. Retired construction supervisor. Coshocton Moose Lodge will conduct services. "The Tribune, Feb.9,1990"
Mike and Renee
Mrs. Elsie Vern SAMPSEL, 79, 225 S. 15th St. d Coshocton Memorial Hospital,  B Aug. 1, 1901, d/o of James F. and Clonie B. RANDLES PORTER  Loder Road, Roscoe. Surviving 2 daus, Mrs. Elmer (Mary Ruth) DUNLAP and Mrs. Florence RICHESSON,  Coshocton; a son, Melvin (Jack) SAMPSEL, New York; 6 granddaus; 5 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; half-brother, Charles W. PORTER, Wooster; and sis, Erma FITZGERALD, Rogers, Ark.  Husband, a bro,  sis,  son, 4 grandsons and granddau preceded her in death. Svs Dawson Funeral Home, Rev. Don SPRAGUE will officiate,bu  Roscoe Cem.. "Coshocton Tribue,  Jan 18, 1981, pg. 2
Natalie Herdman   [There is an error here--Ralph SAMPSELl wasn't her father.  He was her step father/adoptive father.  Her biological father is unknown.]  Her married name was actually Elsie Vern Sampsel 
 Joseph SAUNIER, 88, d Holmes co Home Formerly lived Holmesville. B Oct. 3, 1870, Stark county, s/o Charles and Emma KEENER SAUNIER. Surv 4 sons, Homer and Floyd SAUNIER, Canton, Russell and Raymond SAUNIER, Louisville, Stark co; bro, George SAUNIER, Canton; and 5 sis. Wife, one son, one dau, 2 sis and 5 bros deceased. Bu Holmesville cem.
Laurie Sullivan
Mrs. Helen SEWARD 62, d from complications at City Hosp. Dau of David and Elizabeth SKINNER HUSTON, b Nov. 10, 1874, Coshocton. Md June 6, 1898, Jay SEWARD, who d 2 yrs ago. To this union 7 child, 5 who are liv'g: Mrs. William UGIE, Mrs. Earl TUBBS, Eugene and Raymond SEWARD, Coshocton, and Edgar SEWARD, Newark. David d in infancy and Mrs. C. V. MILLER d 3 yrs ago. Also surv'g are 6 bros and sis: Raymond HUSTON, Miss Sophie, and Mrs. E. S. LENHART, Coshocton and Clyde HUSTON, Mrs. E. J. SWIGERT and Mrs. Don TAYLOR, Columbus and 13 g'children. Svs at home of Mrs. William UGIE, 349 North Eleventh St. Bu M. E. Cem, Keene. "Newspaper clipping (abt 1936) from scrapbook of Dora FRANKLIN DUHAMELL", g-g'mother of:
Mark Miner
Fred SHEVELLA, 75, d Route 4. Mr. SHEVELLA was born in Russia. He has no known relatives. Graveside svs South Lawn cem.
Laurie Sullivan

B.R. SHAW 67, d 17 Feb 1877 Danville, Knox Co., OH; b Allegheny Co. MD. Md 4 Jul 1830 to Henrietta, dau of Benjamin RICKETTS. "Coshocton Democrat 27 Feb 1877"
Henry SHAW 80, West Lafayette, father of Dr. J. W. SHAW. Ret'd farmer. Res'd w/dau, Mrs. Nellie MILLER. Shaw born and raised West Lafayette, was one of oldest mems of the Masonic lodge, Coshocton. Mem Methodist Episcopal West Lafayette. Wife d 5 years ago. Surv'g: 3 sons, Dr. SHAW; George SHAW, West Lafayette, and Thomas SHAW, Lorain, 3 daus, Mrs. MOORE, West Lafayette; Mrs. Lee CASSADY, Dresden; and Mrs. May MILLER, NE. COD: Stroke. Svs by Rev. O. M. PEOPLES, West Lafayette, assisted by Coshocton Masons. Bu West Lafayette cem. "Coshocton Tribune, p. 1.Thurs, 14 Jun 1928"
Patsy Laird
Mrs. Henry SHAW 72, d West Lafayette. B Adamsville 22 Jun 1851, dau of Dr. and Mrs. MASTERSON. Md 29 Sep 1868 Henry SHAW. 6 children surv: Mrs. Pauline CASSIDY, Dresden; Mrs. Nellie MOORE, West Lafayette; Mrs. Mae MILLER, Newburg, OR; George M. SHAW, West Lafayette; Dr. J.W. SHAW Coshocton and Thomas C. SHAW, Lorain, OH. 3 sisters: Pauline J. MASTERSON, West Lafayette; Margaret MASTERSON, Washington DC and Caroline FITZWATER, C; 2 bros, J. W. MASTERSON, of the Pacific Coast and Dr. W. L. MASTERSON, of Washington DC. 11 g'children, and 10 g-g'children, also survive. Mrs. SHAW was mem West Lafayette, M. E. church. Svs in charge of Rev, M. W. BEVINGTON, Rev. E. L. CUSTER and Rev. C. W. CORNELL. COD: Heart trouble. Bu Fairfield Cem "Coshocton Tribune, p. 1. Wed, 30 Jan 1924"
Patsy Laird
Martha SIMPSON, widow of Perry SIMPSON, who d abt 6 mo ago. She made her home, with Joseph MARTIN. COD: Consumption. Bu Pleasant Hill Cem. "Democrat, 1/8/1889"
Danny Fluhart
Mrs. Virgil SMAILES 61, 916 South Sixth St., Fanny Pearl MILLS b. March 27, 1898 at Adams Mills daughter of Ira and Amy Hardesty Mills. m. Oct 5, 1916 to Virgil SMAILES, who survives, Member of Wesleyan Methodist Church of Coshocton. Also surviving two daus, Miss Della SMAILES of the home and Mrs. Donald FRYE, Coshocton; one son, William SMAILES, Coshocton; two granddaus and two grandsons. Parents and one bro deceased. Dawson Funeral home, South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune Monday August 18, 1959"
Gwen Hardesty Oliver
Alfred P. SMALLEY, 53, 1321/2 S. Third St., b. April 16, 1923 Pomeroy, OH s/o Emmet and Opal HARDESTY SMALLEY. VFW post 1330 to hold graveside rites. Dawson Funeral Home, Bu Coshocton County Memory Gardens."Coshocton Tribune December 18, 1976"
Gwen Hardesty Oliver
John Gilbert SMITH, d 7 December 1906,Summum, IL. B Coshocton Co., OH 15 June 1822, son of James A. and Elizabeth DAWSON SMITH. Justice of Peace for Woodland twp. Funeral services at the Reformed Church in Summum, conducted by Rev. SCHREFFLER, of Astoria and assistedby Rev. LUDE, of Ipava, IL. Bu Summum Cemetery. "Astoria (IL) Argus, Thurs., 13 Dec. 1906"
Carole Spencer
Esther SMITH 90, d Apr 1894 Roscoe; b 7 Apr 1804 Rutland, VT. Md Newman SMITH. 8 children. Dau Mrs. William BIGGS. COD: pneumonia. "Coshocton Democrat 24 Apr 1894"
Sharyn L. Marang Dana
Mrs. Wm. G. SMITH   The Greenfield (IN) Republican gives account of death of Mrs. Elizabeth SMITH, former res Jackson twp and sis of Nathan and John PRICE: Mrs. Elizabeth SMITH,56 wife of Ex-Citp Treasurer Wm. G. SMITH, d Greenfield,IN. B Elizabeth PRICE Oct. 4, 1844 Coshocton co, OH, Md Wm. G. SMITH 1866, moved to Hancock co, near Philadelphia, 1871 came to Greenfield. 3 child'n survive; Dr. Ada SMITH Atlantic City, N.J., Rev. Chesteen W. SMITH, Pastor Mishawaka M.E. church; Miss Mabel, of the home. A dau, d at 9 mo. Funeral by Rev. GUILD, of Knightstown, and Mrs. Ada NEW, of this city. The Greenfield (Ind.) Republican Coshocton Age 24 JUL 1900
Beverly Price
James Byrd SNEDEKER. B May 16, 1861, Jackson Twp., son of Garrett and Ruth SNEDEKER, spent entire life, w/exception of 1 year in Coshocton Co. Md Mar 2, 1882 Susie Catharine WRIGHT 7 child b to this union. Mrs. SNEDEKER d April 30, 1921. Aug 18, 1926 Mr. SNEDEKER md Mary PICKEREL who survives. Also surv'g are 7 child; James, Mrs. Ruth BARCROFT, Harvey, Mrs. Ivan LOOS & Mrs. J. C. DAUGHERTY of Coshocton, William of Canton, and Irvin of Newcomerstown; a step-son John DARR of Holmevsville; 26 g'child and 18 g-g'children; 2 bros Laurel of Painfield and Charles of Columbus. 3 bros and 3 sis deceased. Svs First Baptist Church, Coshocton. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Tribune, Fri. May 1, 1942".
Danny Fluhart
J. Harvey SNEDEKER, 77, real estate broker, d Newark City hospital apparently from the COD:  Effect of injuries suffered in a fall in Lake Wales, FL . Mr. SNEDEKER resided Coshocton  in Frazeysburg vicinity.  Active in real estate Cosh. and Muskingum Co.  Born Feb. 14, 1888, Jackson Twp, s/o James B. and Susie WRIGHT SNEDEKER. Md Aug. 11, 1910 Zelma KIMBERLEY who d Aug. 16, 1953. Mem of the First Baptist Church.  Surv 2 daus, Mrs. Leola UPPERMAN, Mrs. Roger (Hazel) ROBINSON, 3 bros, James D, Coshocton, W. W., Canton and Irvin, Newcomerstown; 2 sis, Mrs. Julia BARCROFT and Mrs. Lydia LOOS, both of Coshocton;5 g’children and 3 g-g’children. A dau, sis and half bro are deceased. Svs First Baptist Church.  Bu South Lawn Cem.  “Coshocton Tribune Aug 23, 1965”
Laurie Sullivan
Charles P. SNOOTS, 57, native of Adamsville, d Marine Hospital,Cleveland, OH  Employed on a Great Lakes steamer. Surv'g are 3 sis, Mrs. Jennie JONES and Mrs. Dan WYLAND, Coshocton, Mrs. Charles MATHEWS, Cambridge, and s-i-l, Mrs. Frank SNOOTS, Zanesville. 3 bros deceased. Svs at home of sister, Jennie JONES, Coshocton. P/o bur undecided. "Zanesville (OH) Signal, Nov. 15, 1941"
Jennifer Snoots Pidgeon
Lyman W. SNOOTS, 91, featured in article in yesterday's Tribune, d w/o reading story. Mem of Masonic lodge 70 yrs,reputed to be oldest active Mason in OH. B Dec. 7, 1857, Adamsville, s/o William and Charity Ann SNOOTS. Md Alveda PEREGOY, had one dau Mrs. Mabel BROWN, deceased. Sep 19, 1894, md Margaret GORDON, who d May 6, 1936, had Mrs. Russell POWELL and dau who d in infancy. Also surv'g are 4 gchildren, 3 g-gchildren, 3 sis, Mrs. L.W. PALEN and Mrs. L.D. WILSON, both of Norwich, Mrs. J.C. MILLER, Rome, GA, 2 bros, Clyde SNOOTS, Zanesville, and Addison SNOOTS, Lyerly, GA. Mem F. and A.M. Lodge, West Lafayette, Knights Templars, Order of the Mystic Shrine, Eastern Stars, West Lafayette. Also mem of Trinity Methodist church, West Lafayette. COD: Stroke of apoplexy. Svs Trinity Methodist church, West Lafayette by Rev. R.A. HALL. Bur Fairfield cem. " Coshocton (OH) Tribune, Aug. 1, 1949"
Jennifer Snoots Pidgeon
Remains of Attorney E.T. SPANGLER, who died in FL on the 4th arr'd Coshocton, in charge of son and W.R. POMERENE. Funeral svs by Rev. WILSON pastor Grace M.E. Church, asst'd by Rev. HUNT, Presbyterian Church. Member of Masonic Lodge # 96. Bu Oak Ridge cem (Thereafter follows a lengthy description of the provisions of the will). "Coshocton Democrat, Jan 17, 1888"
Betty Jane Wojdyla
Mrs. Elizabeth G. SPANGLER, mother of Attorney E.T. SPANGLER, Coshocton. B Baltimore, MD Aug 16, 1799. Md David SPANGLER, Zanesville, OH Dec 3, 1829. Member M.E. Church. Funeral Rev. BEAZELL, a former pastor, requested to assist the svs. "Coshocton Ohio Age Jul 11, 1885"
Betty Jane Wojdyla
Miss Iowa SPANGLER 32, sister of wife of L.L. CANTWELL, Esq. COD: Consumption. Funeral svs by Rev. E. HINGLEY. "The Coshocton Democrat Apr 25, 1882" Pg. 3
Betty Jane Wojdyla
Remains of Attorney E.T. SPANGLER, who died in FL on the 4th arr'd Coshocton, in charge of son and W.R. POMERENE. Funeral svs by Rev. WILSON pastor Grace M.E. Church, asst'd by Rev. HUNT, Presbyterian Church. Member of Masonic Lodge # 96. Bu Oak Ridge cem (Thereafter follows a lengthy description of the provisions of the will). "Coshocton Democrat, Jan 17, 1888"
Betty Jane Wojdyla
Mrs. Elizabeth G. SPANGLER, mother of Attorney E.T. SPANGLER, Coshocton. B Baltimore, MD Aug 16, 1799. Md David SPANGLER, Zanesville, OH Dec 3, 1829. Member M.E. Church. Funeral Rev. BEAZELL, a former pastor, requested to assist the svs. "Coshocton Ohio Age Jul 11, 1885"
Betty Jane Wojdyla
Miss Iowa SPANGLER 32, sister of wife of L.L. CANTWELL, Esq. COD: Consumption. Funeral svs by Rev. E. HINGLEY. "The Coshocton Democrat Apr 25, 1882" Pg. 3
Betty Jane Wojdyla  
Donald G. SPIES, 50, Columbus, d Riverside Hospital, Col.. Mr. SPIES, architect w/R. R. Royce Asso., Col, formerly lived Coshocton and was with late Fred JACOBS, Coshocton architect. Surv by wife, Marjorie BROWN SPIES; his mother, Mrs. Rowa SPIES, Columbus; 3 children, Suzannah, New Canaan, Conn., Daniel S. and Thomas P. of the home; one sis, Jeannette STEVENS, Schenectady, N.Y. former local resident. Svs St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Columbus.  “Coshocton Tribune Aug 23, 1965”
Laurie Sullivan
Samuel SQUIRE, Sr. d 24 Nov 1874, Jackson twp; b Rutland Co. VT 18 Oct 1806. Survived by children. "Coshocton Age 4 Dec 1874", "The Democrat 15 Dec 1874"
Barbara Squire Grenier
Jane SQUIRES 56yrs 2mo 14d, d 20 Dec 1865. "Coshocton Age 29 Dec 1865", "The Democrat 2 Jan 1866"
Barbara Squire Grenier
Samuel SQUIRES 67, d Jan 1903 Dresden. CW Vet, 143d OVI. Survived by 3 daus, one being Mrs. George McCOY of Virginia twp. COD: General debility. "Coshocton Democratic Standard 6 Jan 1903"
Barbara Squire Grenier
Andy STEWART.....See Andrew J. McINTYRE, Sr
Ellen CUTE McINTYRE STEWART, d Coshocton July 16, 1914. Was widow of James STEWART, miner from Coshocton, who d 1897. B 25 Oct1849 NJ, dau of Thomas CUTE and Omana STAAT CUTE, both b IRE. Md 1865 Thomas McINTYRE, Jr, had 2 child., Andrew and Thomas. The fa d soon after the births. Md 1869 James STEWART. Raised seven children, Andrew,Thomas, James, William, John, Mary and Elizabeth. Moved to Coshocton prior to 1887. Member Sacred Heart Church. Ellen was gdau of Ellen "Granny" CUTE, b 1798 in IRE and lived to be 101 yrs making her the oldest living resident of Johnstown PA at that time. Bu South Lawn Cem along side James STEWART and Thomas McINTYRE, Jr. "Weekly Tribune Newspaper, Johnstown, PA"
Curtiss N. Stuart
James STEWART, d 20 January 1897. B Scotland in 1819. Md Ellen CUTE 1869 who d 1914. Came to USA April 23, 1846 acc'd by bro William STEWART, aboard ship "Wyoming" to Port of Baltimore. Raised 7 child, inc'ing two McINTYRE step-children. One stepson, Andrew J.(STEWART) McINTYRE founded Andy's Restaurant in 1901. COD: Dropsey. Bu Coshocton Infirmary, remains later moved to South Lawn Cem. "Democrat Standard, 22 January 1897"
Curtiss N. Stuart
Andy STEWART.....See Andrew J. McINTYRE, Sr
Nelle STOFFER, 82, d at home of grandson, Jack STOFFER, Newcomerstown.  D/o James and Eliza TIDRICK CARR, b Sep 21, 1882, Newcomerstown vicinity.  Md July 11, 1912  John G. STOFFER, who d March 27, 1958.  Surv  son, Darrell, Newcomerstown; bro, Harry CARR, Coshocton; g’son at home she d, a g’dau, Mrs. Nancy HOFFMAN, Newcomerstown, and two g-g’children.  2 bros and a sis deceased.  Mem Newcomerstown Baptist Church and WCTU.  Rev. Fred WAKELING and Rev. George SHURTZ c/o svs Addy funeral home, Newcomerstown.  Bu West Lawn cem, Newcomerstown.  “Coshocton Tribune  November 16, 1964”
Laurie Sullivan


Lloyd R. (Heck) STRAIN 42, native Coshocton county, d following illness of 2 yrs from complications. B Warsaw 7 Sep 1894, s/of James and Hannah STRAIN. Enlisted 4 Sep 1917 company I,Coshocton, received honorable discharge Camp Zachariah Taylor, Ky., 21 Jan 1919. Md Ruth MILLER on 30 Jan 1920. Surv'g, besides his widow: mother, Mrs. Harvey TURNER; son, Jack, of the home; bro, William, Coshocton; 2 sis, Mrs. Emmett YOUNG, Coshocton and Mrs. Gladys SHIVERS, Uhrichsville. Svs Baptist Church in charge of Rev. J. O. WHITE. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Newspaper clipping (abt 1933) from scrapbook of Dora FRANKLIN DUHAMELL", g-g'mother of:
Mark Miner
Isaac D. STRAUSE...see STROUSE
Wesley STRINGFELLOW 45, former Coshocton res; owner of bakery/ restaurant Brinkhaven, . Surv'g besides wife, are 2 child, Carrie and Arthur of Brinkhaven; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clem STRINGFELLOW, Tiverton; 2 brothers, Robert STRINGFELLOW, Mt. Vernon and Andrew STRINGFELLOW, Tiverton, 3 sis, Mrs. Fred SWARTZ, Bladensburg, Mrs. Goldie BRANSTOOL, OK and Mrs. Sophia WEST. COD: Crushed skull when struck by steam shovel while working on construction of Nimisilla dam, nr Akron. Body was removed to Urey funeral home at Warsaw. "Coshocton Tribune 19 Nov 1937"
J.E.(Brown) Killick
Mrs. Alice Angeline STROUSE 73, Brinkhaven Route 1, d Horn Nursing Home, Wooster. Mrs. STROUSE b Jun 7, 1895, dau of John and Josephine (BROWN) PATTERSON, Holmes Co, and was widow of Noble STROUSE. Surv'g are 6 sons, Alva, Mansfield; Ervin, Walhonding; Arthur, Stow; Paul, Brinkhaven; Bernard and Calvin, both of the home; 2 daus, Mrs. Eva SAPP, Danville, and Mrs. Pauline MACKEY, Killbuck; 27 g'children and 15 g-g'children. 2 sons are deceased. Svs Dusthimer Funeral Home, Danville, Rev. James HUNTER officiating. Bu Tiverton Center Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, 22 JUL 1968"
J.E.(Brown) Killick
George STROUSE 16, son of Edward STROUSE, Cavallo neighborhood. Surv'd by parents, 1 bro, one sis. COD: Drowning Walhonding river. Bu Cavallo Cem. "Coshocton Morning Tribune, Tue 7 Jul 1912"
J.E.(Brown) Killick
Isaac D. STRAUSE [STROUSE], son of Isaac D. STROUSE Sr. d Nov. 9th. He leaves wife and several small children. Bu Baptist cem, Yankee Ridge [Tiverton Baptist Church, Tiverton Twp]. "Democratic Standard 24 Nov 1893"
J.E.(Brown) Killick
James K. STROUSE 85, d Tiverton twp, Brinkhaven B Tiverton twp Jun 1, 1850, spent entire life in that vicinity. MD 1881, Elizabeth BAILEY, who preceded him in death. Surv'g are 2 daus, Mrs. Oka BLACK,Brinkhaven route and Mrs. Avery YEAROUS, Danville; 2 sons, Walter, Brinkhaven, and Noble, Brinkhaven rte; 20 g'children, 3 g-g'children and bro, George STROUSE, Loudonville. Svs Brinkhaven Church of Christ in charge of Rev. H. W. LYONS. Bu Tiverton cem. "Coshocton Tribune 23 May 1936"
J.E.(Brown) Killick
Miss Loretta [Uretta M.] STROUSE 79. B Holmes Co Feb 10, 1843, dau of late George and Lavina [KAMP] STROUSE. Following bros and sis survive: James, George, Charles, Mrs. Mary Jane FENDRICK and Mrs. Almira MARSHALL, all of Brinkhaven. Dr. J. P. [Johnson P.] STROUSE, Garrett, IN and Mrs. Anna LEPLEY, Blissfield. Mem M. P. church, Blissfield. COD: Influenza. Rev. E. O. VICE in charge of svs. Bu Blissfield cem. "Coshocton Tribune 8 Feb 1923"
J.E.(Brown) Killick
William STROUSE 81, d Roberts Rest Home, South Third st. B Apr 5, 1862, Tiverton twp. Md Caroline PARSONS first and later Emma POTTS. Both are deceased. Mem Tiverton Baptist church. Surv'd by 1 sis, Mrs. Lola HUMPHREY, IA and several nieces, nephews. COD: Heart attack. Svs Urey funeral home Warsaw, Rev. F. P. FRANK officiating. Bu Walhonding Cem."Coshocton Tribune 27 May 1943"
J.E.(Brown) Killick
Wilson STROUSE 60, Walhonding. B Tiverton twp Sep 20, 1869, son of John and Barbara (BROWN) STROUSE. Surviving ten children: Benjamin, Columbus; Floyd, Walhonding Route 2; Mrs. George TAYLOR, Brinkhaven; Mrs. G. M. KARNS, Pittsburgh, PA; Mrs. George MEYERS, Zanesville; Mrs. Alva LOCKARD, Coshocton; Robert, Killbuck; Carl of the late home and Geraldine and Neal. 2 sis, Mrs. Edward HUMPHREY [Lola], Iowa and Mrs. Rillie HOBERG [Arilla], Walhonding; 1 bro, William, Walhonding, and 17 g'children also survive. Svs held Tiverton Church of Christ Bu Tiverton [Center] cem. "Coshocton Tribune, 16 May 1930"
J.E.(Brown) Killick
James M.A.STUART d 14 Mar 1975, Dayton OH. B 1 Mar 1905, Coshocton, OH son of James and Margaret LAIRD STUART. Md first Delvia Deloris WALKER (dau of Jess Mae WRIGHT WALKER, Coshocton) May 23, 1925 Newport, KY. Had 3 sons, James, Jr., Centerville, Curtiss NOLAND, San Diego, CA and Charles WALKER STUART, Centerville. Md second Blodwyn EVANS of Girard, OH. COD: Cancer. Bu David's Cemetery Dayton OH. "Coshocton Tribune March 17, 1975"
Curtiss N. Stuart
Mrs. James STUART 56, d Coshocton, Nov 18, 1931. Margaret Elizabeth LAIRD b 1875,Lycoming Co, PA dau of Abraham and Elizabeth MURDOCH LAIRD, who settled Pleasant Valley 1895. M James STUART 14 June 1900, 7 child; Mary Denise, Trevenna Mercedes, James Merton, Lillis Jean, Elizabeth Ellen, Juliaette Elsa and Andrew Donald STUART,who was stillborn 1916. Member Trinity Episcopal Church. COD: cancer. Svs in charge of Rev H.H. PARKINSON. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, Nov 19, 1931"
Curtiss N. Stuart, PE
Dorothy H. SWIGERT 90 of 232 S. Seventh St., d on day following her 90th birthday. B New Moscow, a dau/of George and Elizabeth SMAILES OGLE. 1898 she md John SWIGERT, who d 1910. Surv'd by 2 step-sons John W. SWIGERT, Seattle, WA and Edgar J. SWIGERT, Columbus. Svs at Grace Methodist Ch, bu South Lawn Cem. "The Coshocton Tribune, January 20, 1944".
Danny Fluhart
Acy Allen(Brown) THOMPSON 82, Ft. Collins, CO. B 22 Mar 1859 Wakatomika, OH. S/o Levi and Susannah GROVES THOMSON Coshocton Co. Md 1882 Jessie May PRESTON of IA. He is a bro of Malissa Jane THOMPSON WRIGHT, Conesville. Surv'd by wife, a dau Mrs.Nora Martin, Denver and several sis's and a bro all from eastern states. COD: Complications from sleeping sickness. Final rites by IOOF Lodge. "Local Fort Collins Newspaper 1941"
Curtiss N. Stuart  
Elbert D. THOMPSON 63, d Lexington, KY. B Jun 12, 1905,Coshocton, s/o D.O. and Sarah SMITH THOMPSON. Mem Grace Methodist Church. Surv'g are wife, Evelyn SNOOTS, son, Elbert D. THOMPSON Jr., Columbus; 3 daus, Mrs. Glenn CARMICHAEL, Lexington, KY, Mrs. K.B. COGSIL, North Palm Beach, FL, and Mrs. Karl RADER, Union Lake, MI; 5 gchildren. Svs Glass Funeral Home, Dr. Benjamin R. LEWIS. Bur South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton (OH) Tribune, Nov. 20, 1968"
Jennifer Snoots Pidgeon 
Levi THOMSON 88y 8 m 5d, d Jan 18,1911, Green Co, IN. B Coshocton Co May 14,1822, s/o William THOMSON of Coshocton Co. His gfather was James THOMSON, recorded Coshocton pioneer and RW Vet under the command of George WASHINGTON. James lived entire life Coshocton Co, and is bu on his farm, one mi s of Cooperdale. Deceased md Susannah GROVE, and unto them were born 8 children-Nancy Louisa, Lucy Ellen, Ruth Rebecca, Malissa Jane, Nora, Acy Allen, Angenettie and William Patrick THOMSON. Levi worked settling property estates as an administrator. Svs cond'd by Elder, J.A.SPENCER Bu Walnut Grove cem, Bloomfield, IN. "The Bloomfield News Jan 26, 1911".
G-g-grandson Curtiss N. Stuart
Maria Agness "Aggie" THOMPSON 14. Dau of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. THOMPSON. Surv'd by parents and bro. Rev. Dr. DAVIDSON officiated, her Sunday School class participated in the svs. COD: Brain fever. "The Semi-Weekly Age June 15, 1886"
Mrs. William J. TIEDT, 41, d Grant hospital, Columbus,. Jane McCLEARY was b Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 25, 1917, d/o late Mae RICE McCLEARY and John T. McCLEARY, Newcomerstown. Md Oct. 26, 1934 William J. TIEDT, who survs, w/one daur Mrs. Kenneth GROSS, Coshocton; one bro, Jack E. McCLEARY, Coshocton,4 g’children. Attended Newcomerstown school and had been employed at M. O’Neil. Mem Sacred Heart Church. COD: Fall (fractured skull). Svs Sacred Heart church.  Bu South Lawn cem. “Coshocton Tribune  January 10, 1959”
Laurie Sullivan


George D. TOLAND, 3 yr vet, 97th OVI, d Feb 18, 1905. B Coshocton, OH Mar 8, 1840. Md Aug 10,1871 Susan D. STANFORD. Mem M. E. Church till he moved to MO, here joining Protestant Methodist Church. Surv'd by wife, 5 daus, one son. COD: Grippe. Bu Hazelwood Cem. "Springfield Republican (Springfield, MO) Wednesday Morning Feb 22, 1905, pg. 8"
Submitted by g-g granddaughter, Michelle Roberts
Margaret TODD 75, former Coshocton resident, d at the home o/s; Almore TODD, South Lebanon, OH of complications.  Mrs. TODD was the daughter of William and Emaline CALLENTINE.  Also surv second son, Harvey, Cincinnati.  Svs conducted by Rev. C. Lynn WHITE at the First Baptist church and bu Oak Ridge cem. " The Coshocton Tribune, Monday evening, June 4, 1934"
Laurie Sullivan
Arthur G. TOWNSEND, 62, Cocoa FL, formerly of Fresno and West Lafayette, died St. Vincent Hospital, Jacksonville, FL. while visiting neice. m. former Opal HARDESTY who d Jun 1958. Survived by one bro, Lloyd TOWNSEND, Cocoa, FL; stepson Alva HARDESTY, Coshocton; three grandchildren. Services at Glen St. Mary FL. "Coshocton Tribune April 9, 1962"
Gwen Hardesty Oliver
Mrs. Arthur TOWNSEND, 56, 201 South Oak St., West Lafayette. Opal LEAVENGOOD b. April 11, 1903, Fresno, dau of Samuel and Dollie NORMAN LEAVENGOOD. m. August 1926 Alfred E. HARDESTY who died 1943. m. 1947 Arthur TOWNSEND who survives. Also surviving: son, Alva HARDESTY, West Lafayette; two sis, Mrs. Fern DEEDS, Canton; Mrs. John ELY, Coshocton; two grandsons. Three bros deceased. Funeral at Bonnell in West Laffayette, bu in Fairview cemetery, Fresno."Coshocton Tribune Jun 7, 1959"
Gwen Hardesty Oliver
Edward H. TREASURE 89, last surv'g CW Vet in Donora community, d following a lengthy illness. He would have been 90 bef the end of the summer. His wife, surv's him. Family members were not prepared to supply a complete list of surv's. "Newspaper clipping (abt 1933) from scrapbook of Dora FRANKLIN", g-g'mother of:
Mark Miner
Robert C. TREASURE d 16 Mar 1996; b 30 May 1935 West Lafayette, OH. Son of Carl TREASURE and Bessie HAMMERSLEY TREASURE. Bu Fairfield Cem, West Lafayette. "Coshocton Tribune 17 Mar 1996"
Gary L. Loos
Edgar TUMBLIN, 68, Newark, d Newark City Hosp. B July 3, 1897, Zanesville, s/o Howard and Estella TERRY TUMBLIN. Previously lived in Dresden.  Mr. TUMBLIN retired Borden Co.Mem (deacon) Central Church of Christ, mem of Acme Lodge, F and AM 354, Scottish Rite, Aladdin Temple of Shrine and Licking Co Shrine Club. Surv widow, the former Agnes DAVIS; 2 sons, Donald, Maumee and Billy of the home; 2 bros, Albert and Floyd, Dresden; 2 sis, Mrs. Pansy SENTER, Conesville and Mrs. Even FISK, Sommersworth, NH. and 2 g’children. Svs Ross Henderson Funeral Home,  Newark. Bu Dresden Cem. “Coshocton Tribune Apr 5, 1966”
Laurie Sullivan
Abram VanALSTINE, Lafayette twp, d Thurs bu Fri. Leaves wife and 6 grown chldn. "April 26, 1890, Coshocton Democrat"
Vivian Eichel
Mrs. Francis WILLIAMS VAN ALSTYNE, 79, d at home of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C.A. HARBOLD, Birds Run. B Plainfied, July 15, 1864, dau of Benjamin and Sarah SMITH WILLIAMS. On Aug. 12, 1884 md James A. VAN ALSTYNE, who is deceased. Surv'g chldn are: Mrs. Henry SHRYOCK, Mrs. HARBOLD, Mrs. Frank BABCOCK, Mrs. Joseph LYONS, Jesse, Lester, Merle, Rolla and Carl, 30 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren, and a sis, Mrs. Jennie SMITH, Newcomerstown. Dau, Mrs. Cicea Mae NEIBUHR, and infant son; a sis and a bro are deceased. Bu Plainfield. "Coshocton Tribune, Oct. 6, 1943"
Vivian Eichel
James Alva VAN ALSTYNE, 73, d at home of daughter, Mr. and Mrs.Henry SHRYOCK. B June 17, 1859 Albany, NY, s/o Abraham and Elizabeth VAN ALSTYNE. Md Aug. 12, 1884 to Francis WILLIAMS who surv's w/10 children: Jesse, Lester, Merle, Rolla, Mrs. C.A. HARBOLD, Mrs. Joseph LYONS, Mrs. James NIEBUHR, Mrs. Frank BABCOCK and Mrs. SHRYOCK. 3 sis Miss Katherine VAN ALSTYNE, Mrs. Mary WIGGINS, and Mrs. Benjamin MIZER. Bu Plainfied Cem, Linton Twp. "Coshocton Tribune, March 15, 1933"
Vivian Eichel
Mrs. John VEIGEL 59, Coshocton. B Minnie CROWN, 20 Oct 1873, Jackson twp. Spent entire life in that community. Member Roscoe M.E. Church. Surv'd by husband, whom she md Oct. 12, 1890; 4 daus, Mrs. Bert RAMSEY, Rte 6; Mrs. Ernest HOOP, Rte 8; Mrs. Ames SWIGERT, Canton and Mrs. Robert BARRICK of the home; 2 g'children, Helen RAMSEY and Lorayn HOOP; a bro Charles CROWN, Coshocton and 2 sis, Mrs. Jay RETILLEY and Mrs. John LATIER, both of Coshocton. Sister, Mrs. M. J. VALENTINE, d 8 yrs ago. COD: Pneumonia, bu South Lawn Cem. "Newspaper clipping from scrapbook of Dora FRANKLIN", g-g'mother of:
Mark Miner
Carl Noland WALKER 80 Coshocton, d at home on September 29, 1969. B Nov 26, 1888 Bedford Twp, s/o Charles B. and Ettie Noland WALKER. Was a clerk Coshocton Post Office. Md Jessie Mae WRIGHT Dec 29, 1905. One dau, Delvia Deloris WALKER, who married James M.A.STUART, Coshocton. Surv'd by wife, one bro, Dwight WALKER, and 3 grandsons, James, Curtiss and Charles STUART of Dayton. COD: Arteriosclerosis. Svs at DAWSON Funeral Home, Dr. Russell HOY. "Coshocton Tribune, Oct 1, 1969; Stuart Family of Coshocton Book"
Curtiss N. Stuart
Dwight F.(Huck) WALKER, 75, a retired deputy sheriff, d at home, 242 Cambridge Road, Oct 21, 1971. Became a deputy sheriff under Sheriff Gilbert KEMP and Sheriff William HOOP. B May 11, 1896 Bedford Township, s/o Charles B. and Ettie NOLAND WALKER.Bros and sis's were Mearl, Hazel I. and Carl N. WALKER. Md Margaret UNDERWOOD May 9, 1916, d/o Eli and Sarah McKINNEY UNDERWOOD. One dau, Mrs. Robert (Opal) CRAIG. Mem Canal Lewisville United Methodist Church and Coshocton Elks Lodge. "Coshocton Tribune, Oct 22, 1971"
Curtiss N. Stuart
Fred WALKER 67, d on 14 Jan 1943 White Cross Hosp, Columbus. Lifelong res Coshocton Co. Born West Bedford 17 Aug 1875, son of John and Narcissa BARNES WALKER. Narcissa dau of Judge Charles S. BARNES. Md 1903 Ella CLARK, one son, Noble WALKER, also surviving. Mem West Bedford M.E. Church. COD: Heart ailment. Svs held Urey Funeral Home, Warsaw. Rev Carl ALMEA in charge. Bu Valley View Cem, Warsaw. "Coshocton Tribune, 15 Jan 1943"
Curtiss N. Stuart
James WALKER, Warsaw, d Feb 2, 1841. B 1802, IRE. Md Jane LITTLE 1826. She was b 1810 IRE, and d May 8, 1880. Couple had 7 chldn; Frances, Elizabeth Ann, Francis, Susanna, David, John and William James WALKER. Both James and Jane LITTLE WALKER bu Jefferson Cemetery, Warsaw. "Local History files, Coshocton Public Library; Terry Walker, Sarcramento, CA; Stuart Family of Coshocton Book"
Curtiss N. Stuart
John WALKER, Bedford Twp, d Dec 17, 1912. B 1837 in Coshocton Co s/o James and Jane LITTLE WALKER, both of IRE. Md Narcissa M. BARNES 1866, d/o Judge Charles S. BARNES, Coshocton Co. John and Narcissa had 7 chldn, Blanche, Charles B. William J., Frank, Fred, Wade and Worth WALKER. Worked farming, post office and was CW Vet. Lived West Bedford 1866 until death. COD: Pneumonia. Bu West Bedford Cem. "History of Coshocton County; Stuart Family of Coshocton Book"
Curtiss N. Stuart
Mrs. Jessie Mae WRIGHT WALKER 91, d Jun 23, 1978. B Feb 22,1887 , Coshocton Co, dau of Albert and Malissa THOMPSON WRIGHT. Md Carl N. WALKER Dec 29,1905. One dau, Delvia Deloris WALKER STUART, Dayton, OH. Gson Curtiss STUART, San Diego, CA. Graduated Patterson School, Washington Twp, June 7, 1902. Owner of Walker Millinery Coshocton 1926-1936. Bu South Lawn Cem
Curtiss N. Stuart
Miss Pink WALKER 83, Warsaw, d May 2, 1970 at extended care unit of Coshocton County Memorial Hospital. She had been a patient 5 yrs. B Jefferson Township in 1887, d/o William J. and Eliza FOSTER WALKER. Mem Warsaw Presbyterian Church. Surv'g are 2 nieces Mrs. Manning (Mary)HUNTER, Millersburg. B.G.F.(Marjorie) RICKETTS, Raleigh, NC, and nephew, Dr.JamesWALKER, Warsaw. Svs held FISCHER Funeral Home,Warsaw, w/ Rev. Ernest BACON officiating. Bu Valley View Cem. "Coshocton tribune, May 5, 1970"
Curtiss N. Stuart
William J.WALKER 75, d Warsaw on January 19, 1914. B May 8, 1841 ; spent his entire life in Warsaw except of 11 yrs in California in 1855. Son of James and Jane LITTLE WALKER, both from Ireland. He M Eliza Jane FOSTER March 1, 1877. 4 child, Miss Pink, Dr. Pren, James Stuart and Anna WALKER. Mem Warsaw M.E. Church. Bu Valleyview Cem, Warsaw. "Coshocton Tribune, Jan 20, 1914"
Curtiss N. Stuart, PE
Dr. Mary Elizabeth WARNER, prominent osteopathic physician, Fort Morgan CO, d 4 Jul 1934. B Mary Elizabeth WILSON 9 Jun 1864,Warsaw, Coshocton Co, OH. Taught  Bedford IA, later principal Hopkins, MO HS. From Hopkins, to  Blockton, IA. Md Walter S. WARNER. 27 May 1900, Bedford, IA.. Surv by husband, sister Mrs. R.L. SMITH, Fort Morgan; 3 bros Irvin Ross WILSON of Denver; James Riles WILSON, Mendocino, CA and Elmer Pettit WILSON, New Windsor, IL. Bu Riverside Cem "Fort Morgan , CO paper"
Lynda Wilson
Mrs. Eva WEAVER, 87, d at home o/daur, Mrs. E.P. HAHN,. S. Seventh St.  B Linton twp Sept. 22, 1852, d/o Sebastian and Rachel DOLICK and md 67 years ago Adam WEAVER, d about 49 yr ago.  Mem Sacred Heart church. Surv son, J.L. WEAVER, Grand Rapids, MI. 3 daus, Mrs. Lucy KIEFER, Massilon, Mrs. Vern SWIGERT, this city and Mrs. E.P. HAHN at home she d; bro, Lewis DOLICK, Linton twp; 25 g’children and 25 g- g’children. A son and a dau are deceased.  Svs Sacred Heart church. Bu South Lawn cem.  “Coshocton Tribune 20 Apr 1940”
Laurie Sullivan


George Emmett WEAVER, 50, d at home of sis, Mrs. E.P. HAHN, S. Seventh St. B Feb. 7 1886, Knox county, s/oAdam and Eva WEAVER. Mvd to Coshocton co 1891. Employee o/ American Art Works. Surv mother, Mrs. Eva WEAVER, Grand Rapids MI; 3 sis, Mrs. Lucy KIEFER, Mrs. E.P. HAHN and Mrs. Vern SWIGERT of Coshocton.  Mem Sacred Heart church, where svs will be held.  COD:  Ruptured gall bladder. Bu South Lawn cemetery.
Laurie Sullivan


Mary WEAVER, 57, Coshocton. Surv’d her husband and 6 children: 6 sis, Mrs. Margaret TODD and Mrs. Sarah MYERS, Cambridge and one bro Frank CALLENTINE, Newcomerstown. Mrs. Edith NEWER, Newark is a nieced.  Svs  Sacred Heart church, Coshocton, bu Oak Ridge cemetery. Charles CALLENTINE, bro of Mrs. WEAVER and Mrs. TODD, was killed preforming his duties in the B. & O. yards here 7 yrs ago today.  “Newark Advocate, March 21, 1928”
Laurie Sullivan


William F. WEAVER, 71, Coshocton d at his home.  B April 15, 1863, a s/o John and Mary WEAVER   Wife, former Mary Collentine, d March 21, 1928. Surv 4 sons, Walter, Bernard, Raymond and Louis; 2 daus, Margaret and Mrs. J. H. TIEDT; 11 g’children and 1 bro Charles, all of Coshocton. Svs at Sacred Heart church, Mr. WEAVER was a lifelong mem. Rev. A.J. DOMM, pastor will officiate. Bu Oak Ridge cem. “Coshocton Tribune, Monday evening, July 27, 1942”
Laurie Sullivan
Myrtle N. WELKER, 83, Coshocton, d Haven of Rest Nursing Home. She and late husband, Clifford, operated a farm Plainfield community. B Nov. 23, 1882, Oxford twp, a d/o Edward and Agnes CROWTHERS THOMPSON.  Md Oct. 12, 1904 Clifford WELKER, who d Apr 6, 1949.   Mem Calvary Methodist Church.  Surv 3 sons, Byron (Barney), Rollin L. and William T. WELKER, all of this city; 1 bro, William J. THOMPSON, Warsaw, 3 g’children and seven g-g’children. One dau and 6 bros are deceased. Svs Bonnell-O’Neill Funeral Home, West Lafayette c/o Rev. Roy A. HALL. Bu Fairfield Cemetery,West Lafayette. “Coshocton Tribune Apr 5, 1966”
Laurie Sullivan
Edward WELLS abt 50, d Nov 1887. CW Vet. "Coshocton Democrat 8 Nov 1887"
Sharyn L. Marang Dana
Francis WELLS, d 16 Feb 1877 Tuscarawas twp, Coshocton Co., OH; b 10 May 1791, Hopewell twp, Washington Co. PA. Md in Harrison Co. OH Feb 1816. Leaves 4 bros, 1 sis and 6 children. "Coshocton Democrat 27 Feb 1877"
Sharyn L. Marang Dana
Isaiah WELLS, b 1836, son of J.M. and Lucinda WELLS. "Coshocton Semi Weekly Age 21 Aug 188"
Sharyn L. Marang Dana
Reuben B. WHITTAKER 67, d 11 April 1868, Jefferson Township; resident ot Coshocton County for more than forty years. " Historical Collections of Coshocton County Ohio: A Complete Panorama of the County, From the Time of the Earliest Known Occupants of the Territory Unto the Present Time. By William E. Hunt; Chapter 23, p. 255"
Allen A. Whitaker
Mrs. Harriet WIGGINS, wife of Tunis H. WIGGINS, d at home 4 mi so of Plainfield. Leaves a husband, son and two daus. Bur White Eyes Cemetery. COD: consumption."Democratic Standard 19 July 1880"
Judy Wiggins Adams
Riley WIGGINS, 79 CW Vet d at home S. 6th St. B Sep 16 1844 Plainfield. Enlisted 17 Mar 1862  Co. I, 69th Regiment, O.V.I.   Discharged Jul 17, 1865. Mem Coshocton G.A.R. and M.E. church West Lafayette. Md  Annis J. COWDEN  Aug 20, 1865.  7 children.  6 survive. Sherman, Canton; Harvey, Galion; Willis, Allen, Roy and Mrs. Ward PORT, all of Coshocton, 25 grandchildren and 16 g-grndchld'n surviving. Mrs. WIGGINS d 24 yrs ago. Svs at home of son, Allen WIGGINS, South Lawn Ave by Rev. W. B. WINTERS, local M.E. church.  COD: Old age & stroke. Bu West Lafayette cem. "Coshocton Telegraph 30 July 1924"
Don Wiggins 
Tunis H. WIGGINS d Columbus. Howard WA[ITE] went to Columbus and the body will be brought to Coshocton. Survived by wife, son, S. A. WIGGINS of Indianapolis, two daus, Mrs. G. W. LANE and Mrs. J. A. SIMMONS both of Plainfield. COD: Cancer stomach, liver. "Weekly Times, February 20, 1908"
Judy Wiggins Adams
Mrs. Tunis H. WIGGINS abt 44, White Eyes Creek. Leaves husband and three grown children; son and two daus. COD: consumption. "Coshocton Democrat July 16, 1889"
Judy Wiggins Adams
Peter WILDEN 65, d 1 July 1914, Coshocton, OH. Sons William, Harvey and Samuel of Coshocton; daus Mrs. Hiram JENNINGS, Coshocton and Mrs. Melissa BLAIR of MI; bros William and John of Coshocton and George and Benjamin of Tyndall; sis Mrs. John MYERS, Coshocton. "Coshocton Morning Tribune 3 July 1914"
Sharyn L. Marang Dana
David G. WILLIAMS, druggist for 47 years, d Coshocton. Would have been 82 on April 4. For 44 years Mr. Williams was partner in Siegrist and Williams drug store on sw corner Main and 5th sts. Mr. Williams opened store with late brother, Carl WILLIAMS, in 1895. Messrs WILLIAMS and SIEGRIST were first in Coshocton to be registered by state examinations. B 4 Apr 1865 Coshocton s/o Joseph S. and Mary CASSINGHAM WILLIAMS. Mem Presbyterian church. Nov. 11, 1886 md Emma Genora COX who d Nov. 20, 1897. Nov. 14, 1912 md Hattie M. ADAMS who surv's. Surv'ng by 1st marriage dau Mrs. Louis K. BEACH and son Joseph WILLIAMS, Coshocton; six grndchlden, two g-grndchldrn, bro, Frank WILLIAMS, Lake Clinton, OH. Son Clark, 2 sisters and bro dec'd. Svs. Glass F.H., in charge of Dr. R.M. KISKADDON, Presbyterian Church. "Coshocton Tribune, Mar 9, 1947"
Mary Smith
Joseph WILLIAMS 72, lived Coshocton all his life, managed grocery at corner of Walnut St. and Cambridge Rd. Mem Presbyterian Church. Only immediate relatives surv'g are bro, William WILLIAMS, IL and children: Frank WILLIAMS, Canton, Mrs. W. G. HUGHES, Columbus, Carl, David G.and W. H. WILLIAMS, Coshocton. Mr. WILLIAMS' son, Carl, who has been very ill for months has not been told of his father's passing. COD: Pneumonia. Pall bearers J. B. MANNER, Charles LAMBERSON, Joseph CLARKE, George P. AYERS, Charles CRAIG and James HAY. Bu Oak Ridge Cem "Coshocton Daily Times, Jun 1909"
Mary Smith
Mrs. Mary Jane WILLIAMS 58, wife of Joseph S. WILLIAMS, d at family home, Walnut St. D/o late G. F. CASSINGHAM. B lived entire life Coshocton. Surv'd by aged mother, husband and 6 chldrn. Bu Oak Ridge Cem. "Coshocton Democrat Jan. 28, 1896"
Mary Smith
Mrs. Fred (Nelia) WILLS, 80, d Coshocton Co Memorial Hosp. B Aug. 16, 1888, Missouri,d/o  Adam and Eva DOLICK WEAVER  Md Vernon SWIGERT, who died in 1941. Md 2nd 1953 to Fred WILLS, who survs. Former employee Coshocton County Memorial Hosp.MEM Sacred Heart Church and Altar and Rosary Society. Also surv’d 3 dau, Mrs. Wesley (Ruth) KING, Coshocton, Mrs. Bervil (Evea) AMORE, Mansfield, and Mrs. Russell (Margaret) McCOY, Coshocton; 4 sons, George, Clarence and Joesph SWIGERT, Coshocton and Robert SWIGERT of the home; sis, Mrs. E.P. HAHN, Coshocton; 14 g’children and 21 g-g’children. 2 sis and 2 bros deceased. Svs c/o Dawson Funeral Home.  “Coshocton Tribune Feb 15, 1969 ”
Laurie Sullivan
Elmer Pettit WILSON d 9 Feb 1950 New Windsor, IL. B Coshocton Co nr Warsaw, OH son of John and Phebe PETIT WILSON . Removed with parents to Bedford, IA. Manager lumber businesses MO and KS prior to coming to New Windsor, IL 1910 where he became owner of Christy Lumber Co. Md Anna PALMER WILKINS 22 Mar 1919 Galesburg,IL. Surv are widow; dau Mrs. Kathryn NELSON of Mazon, g'dau Jeanne of Mazon, sis Mrs. R.L. SMITH bro I.R.WILSONboth of Denver, CO. Masonic Svs held New Windsor Presbyterian Church by George CHANDLER. COD: Heart attack "New Windsor,IL paper "
Lynda Wilson
John WILSON d Bedford, IA May 24,1903, b Jefferson Co, OH 6 May 1836 removed to Coshocton Co. OH 1860. Md 11 Apr 1861 Phebe PETTIT. They removed 1886 to Bedford, Taylor Co. IA. 10 children, 2 died in infancy. 6 sons were pal bearers: William Reuben of Hopkins, MO; George Francis of Watson ,IL; James Riles, Superintendant of schools Ocheyedan, IA; Robert Emmett of Ozark MO; Elmer and Ross of Bedford , IA; 2 daus, Mrs. Dr. W.S.(Mary) WARNER of Perry, IA and Mrs. R.L. (Hattie) SMITH of Hopkins. Bu Fairview Cem, Bedford, IA. "Bedford IA paper"
Lynda Wilson
Mrs. Ruth Jane WILSON 81 d Newcomerstown. B Mar 16, 1853, s/of Newcomerstown, dau/of Mr. and Mrs. George HURSEY. Husband Ross WILSON, d 1921. Member of Newcomerstown U. B. Church. Surv'd by dau, Mrs. John McELHANEY; 4 sons, John, Newcomerstown; Lewis and James, Guernsey and Gilbert, New Philadelphia; sis, Mrs. Julia McCULLOUGH, Canton; a half-brother, Addison HURSEY,Bernice. Svs at Newcomerstown U. B. Church in charge of pastor, Rev. F. W. LANGELL. Bu Earley cem south of Newcomerstown. "Newspaper clipping (abt 1934) from scrapbook of Dora FRANKLIN DUHAMELL", g-g'mother of:
Mark Miner
Lemert M. WOHLHETER, 51, d Good Samaritan Hosp, Zanesville. B Apr 24, 1914, Adamsville, s/o late Otto F. and Maude STEWART WOHLHETER  Surv wife, Velma ALDRIDGE WOHLHETER; one dau, Nancy of the home and a sis, Mrs. Marie PARRY, Zanesville. a bro Ralph WOHLHETER, West Lafayette. Was manager of furniture dept of Sears Roebuck, Zanesville. Mem Grace Methodist Church, Zanesville.   COD:  Heart attack. “Coshocton Tribune Aug 23, 1965”
Laurie Sullivan
Andrew WOLFE 42 plus, of Canal Lewisville, d Feb 1890. Son of Wash G. WOLFE. COD: Prob Murdered. "Coshocton Democrat 4 Mar 1890, Democratic Standard 7 Mar 1890, Coshocton Age 7 Mar 1890"
Patsy Ruth Moore-Laird
Ferdinand WOLFE, 82, d at home Canton. CW Vet, 78th. Co. C.. Surv'd by wife, Mary, and dau', Mrs. Ed U. WOLFE, Canton. Bu Forest Hill Cem, Canton, OH "Coshocton Tribune, May 23, 1930"
Vivian Eichel
Philip WOLFE, 60, d 4-27-1910 at home of son, Lewis North Ninth St, Coshocton. Surv'd by 5 sons, Frank, Jack, Lewis of Coshocton, Rufus of NY, and Charles of Wheeling, one dau, Mrs. G. HOLLAND, Columbus; 3 bros, John, Fresno, Ferdinand, Canton and Christian, Dundee; 1 sis; Katherine WOLFE THOMAS. "Coshocton Tribune April 28, 1910"
Vivian Eichel
Sarah E. WOLFE 70, d Licking Co.; dau of Andrew G. WOOD, Canal Lewisville; widow of Wash WOLFE. Children: Mrs. Mood RICHARD, Vanatta, OH, Mrs. Louisa BURT of MS, George W. WOLFE of MEX, Bayard WOLF, CA, Merrill J. WOLF of Martinsburg, Knox Co.; bros William WOOD of Boone Co. MO, J.N. WOOD of Coshocton; sis Mrs. LAWRENCE, Coshocton. Bu. Evans Cem. Rev George FISHER officiating."Coshocton Democrat & Standard 16 Sep 1902"
Patsy Ruth Moore-Laird
Willis Wright WOLFE, b Aug. 8, 1863, s/o Phillip and Mary WOLF, found dead Globe Hotel, Newcomerstown. Surv'g 3 sons, Willis Jr., Philip and Clifford, 2 daus, Mrs. Harold CORWIN and Mrs. Walter RANDALL, 2 bros, Frank and Lewis; sis, Mrs. Lewis HOLLAND. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, March 22, 1939"
Vivian Eichel
Andrew G. WOOD 80, (Ohio Canal Contractor) d 11 Feb 1879, b Shenandoah Co. VA. Md 1812 Mary FEE of Hardin Co., she d 1836 Roscoe. Md 1837 Mrs. Edith BUTLER COOK, widow of Joseph COOK, dau of Thomas BUTLER. Leaves 6 children, 28 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren. (Funeral conducted by Rev. BROWN, Coshocton M.E. Church) "Coshocton Democrat 18 Feb 1879"
Patsy Ruth Moore-Laird
Edith BUTLER COOK  WOOD 70, wife of Andrew G. WOOD, d Mar 1877 Canal Lewisville. COD: Lung fever. Bu Coshocton Cemetery. "Coshocton Age 15 Mar 1877"
Patsy Ruth Moore-Laird
Mrs. Garfield J. WOOD 40, Coshocton. Lena ALBERTSON b Holmes Co. OH. Survived by husband and children: Florence, Roger, Ethyl, Joseph, Jean, Anna Louise, & Lena May, all of the residence. Father and step-mother, Mr. & Mrs. John F. ALBERTSON, Canton; 2 bros Dale and Harry, Coshocton. COD: Stroke of Apoplexy. "Coshocton Tribune 17 Jul 1924"
Patsy Ruth Moore-Laird
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Garfield WOOD. Rev. JOHNSON cond'd the svs at home of parents, 647 Orange St. Bu South Lawn cem. Pall bearers were four little girls: Mabel JOHNSON, Myrtle OVERHOLT, Lizzie LEWIS and Donna BUTLER. "Democratic Standard September 8, 1905"
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Joseph N. WOOD 78, d Dec 1919 Coshocton. CW Vet (imprisoned Andersonville) Survived by wife and sons, Hayes WOOD, Garfield WOOD of Coshocton; daus, Mrs A.C. NICHOLS and Mrs. Fred ELLIOTT of Coshocton, Mrs Garnet WILSON, Kings Mills, OH. Sis. Mrs William KUNKLE in CA. "Coshocton Tribune 17 Dec 1919"
Patsy Ruth Moore-Laird
Noah WOOD 72, d 7 Jan 1872 Gallia Co., bro of A.G. WOOD, Esq; Coshocton Co., son of Nenemiah WOOD. COD: Congestion of lungs. "Coshocton Democrat 27 Feb 1872"
Patsy Ruth Moore-Laird

Hannah WORLEY WRIGHT d. 5 Apr 1847 West Bedford, Coshocton Co.. buried Homestead, West Bedford, Coshocton Co.
William R. Wright


Mrs. Amy WRIGHT, wife of Emanuel WRIGHT, Virginia Twp d 14 July 1888. B 1843 Amy COX, dau of Hamilton and Rachel HARDESTY COX Md Emanuel WRIGHT 1862. Seven child: Alphonso, Emmery, Lyle, Dora Belle, Aretus, Philetus and Enos Hayes. COD: Consumption. Bu Millfork Baptist Church Cem. "Coshocton Age Newspaper, 17 Jul 1888
Curtiss N. Stuart
Elizabeth Jane WRIGHT 63, d Willow Brook Dau/o late Hilan WRIGHT and dwelt w/sister Rachel WRIGHT. She was aunt of Samuel WRIGHT, Third St, this city. COD: Obstruction of the bowels. "Coshocton Age Mar 29, 1906"
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Danny Fluhart
Emanuel WRIGHT d 10 Mar 1906. B Coshocton County on May 14,1842. First md Amy COX, dau of Hamilton and Rachel HARDESTY COX; child: Alphonso, Emmery, Lyle, Dora Belle, Aretus, Philetus, and Enos Hayes. Md 8 Jan 1890 Maria FROST LACEY, had dau Maude L. WRIGHT. COD: Paralysis. Funeral at res nr Willow Brook. Rev E.H. SENTERin charge. Bu Millfork Churchyard. "Coshocton Age Newspaper, Nov 15, 1906".
Curtiss N. Stuart
Emmet WRIGHT, song evangelist, lived east of West Carlisle, d Zanesville 1940. B March 19, 1883 Cooperdale, son of Daniel and Caroline WRIGHT. Md 1905 Cleona RINE, who died 1972. Cleona was pastor of Pilgim Holiness Church,McConnelsville. One son, Cecil Glen WRIGHT, who md Esther PERKINS. Bu West Carlisle Cem
Curtiss N. Stuart
Henry WRIGHT abt 75, Virginia twp. Father of Mrs. Samuel WADDLE of this city. Thomas WRIGHT, wife and son, Grandville, OH, attended funeral. "Democratic Standard February 12, 1892; The Democrat February 16, 1892; Coshocton Age February 12, 1892"
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Mr. Highland (Hiland) WRIGHT 80, Virginia twp, COD: Asthma, paralysis, and la grippe. Bu Mill Fork cem. "Democratic Standard January 8 1892; Coshocton Age January 8, 1892"
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Mrs. Louisa (McCOY) WRIGHT, 93, former matron, Coshocton Co Infirmary, d 7/20/1936 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John SMITH, Coshocton. B 5 Nov 1842 Jackson Twp to Joseph and Sarah (OGLE) McCOY. Md William WRIGHT, on 1 Jun 1862. He d Jun 1918. Member Pleasant Hill Bapt Chur in early life, trans to Cosh Bapt Chur. Proceeded in death by 3 child. Bu in South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, July 20, 1936".
Danny Fluhart
Mrs. Malissa Jane THOMPSON WRIGHT 87, of Conesville d June 3, 1950 near Otsego. B December 15, 1862 Washington Twp, dau of Levi and Susannah GROVES THOMPSON. M 1883 Albert WRIGHT, who died in 1897. 6 child, Grace D., Jessie Mae, Clarence N., Nora S., Mabel D. and French A.WRIGHT. December 31, 1913, she m Alphonso WRIGHT, who d 1945. Member of the Chalfants M.E. Church. Bu West Carlisle Cem. "Coshocton Tribune,June 4, 1950"
Curtiss N. Stuart, PE
Mrs. Marion WRIGHT 76, native of Coshocton co, d Trinway. Vina ANDERSON b Oct 13, 1867 Coshocton co. D/o Isaac and Jean GRAHM ANDERSON. Mem West Carlisle Presybyterian church. Surv'g are husband, 3 ch, Mrs. Emmett NETHERS and Mrs. James McCONNELL, both of Trinway Rte 1, and Clifford WRIGHT, Tunnel Hill Rte 1; 4 half-bros, Milton and Herbert ANDERSON, West Carlisle, Clay ANDERSON, Frazeysburg and Stanley ANDERSON , Steubenville, and 6 grandch. COD: Complications. Svs in charge of Dr. George LANGFORD, West Bedford and Dr. D. Ira LAMBERT, Dresden. Bu Frazeysburg cem. "Coshocton Tribune, January 2, 1949"
Ann F. Laird
Nathan WRIGHT Sr. d.15 Jun 1851 West Bedford, Coshocton Co buried Homestead, West Bedford, Coshocton Co.
William R. Wright
Perry WRIGHT abt 40 d nr Trinway. S/o Highland WRIGHT, Virginia twp. Leaves wife and 8 chldn, the oldest, a boy, is 17 yrs. COD: Broken neck in fall from horse. Horse went as far as Patrick HUNTER’s before it was noticed. Dr. NEAVE, Dresden discovered the man w/in few mins of accident. "Democratic Standard December 14, 1888, The Semi-Weekly Age December 14, 1888"
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Thomas WRIGHT 69, Willow Brook. Surv'd by wife, several bros, sis's and following children: Samuel WRIGHT, Coshocton; Olney WRIGHT, Virginia township; Lemuel WRIGHT, Newark; Benjamin WRIGHT, Coshocton, and Clarence WRIGHT at home in Virginia township; Mrs. H. DONLEY, New Moscow; Mrs. Ed MOSSMAN, New Lorain, OH; and Miss Mary WRIGHT at the home. Mem Baptist Church. COD: Old age. Svs at Millfork church in charge of Rev. SENTER, Rev. E. B. SMITH officiated.. Bu at the Millfork cem. "Coshocton Daily Age September 2, 1905; Democratic Standard September 8, 1905"
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Wm. WRIGHT, former Bailiff, d Jun 23, 1918. B Jackson Twp., Apr 3, 1847, md Louisa McCOY Jun 1, 1861. 3 children all died in infancy. Survived by wife and foster son, John SMITH, who has been in the Wright home since boyhood. 6 bros and sis: Allen and John, Coshocton Co; Joseph WRIGHT of Crete, KS; Mrs. Nancy RICHARDSON, Mrs. Wesley WRIGHT and Mrs. James SNEDIKER, all of Coshocton Co. Bu South Lawn Cem. "Coshocton Tribune, 6/24/18".
Danny Fluhart
Mr. Willis [Wyllis] WRIGHT, d at residence E. Chestnut St. In earlier life was farmer, Virginia twp. Age is 1 month short of 85 yrs. Suffered w/rheumatism. Bu Christian Chapel nr Willow Brook. "The Democrat July 28, 1891, Democratic Standard July 31, 1891"
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Mrs. D.T. WYLAND 67, d at home near Coshocton.  Her bro, Charles P. SNOOTS bur Sunday Coshocton. Surv'g are husband, D.T. WYLAND, a s-i-l Mrs. 
Stella K. SNOOTS, Zanesville, 2 sis, Mrs. Jennie JONES, Coshocton, and Mrs. Charles MATTHEWS, Cambridge. Svs Dawson funeral home, Coshocton. Bur Coshocton. "Zanesville (OH) Signal, Nov. 18, 1941"
Jennifer Snoots Pidgeon
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