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.....Milton John Hormell, the fourth son of Henry Jr., attended District School and completed the course in Harveysburg Seminary in two years. He began the study of medicine at the age of 21 under Dr. Corlis of Harveysburg and completed this course of study and reading in three years, and for five years practiced medicine in Warren County, and Clinton County,. He graduated from the Ohio Medical College in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1853.
.....Milton moved from Harveysburg to Oakland in 1860. In 1862 he joined the 49th O.V.I. as Assistant Surgeon, but was compelled to return home after four months service because of illness. In the spring of 1864 he was instrumental in forming a company of volunteers which was attached to the 149th O.N.G. (100 Days Men) and from this organization he received an honorable discharge.
.....He was one of the founders of the Masonic Lodge at Harveysburg, and at various times he held the office of Justice of Peace, Township Trustee, Road Supervisor, Director of Oakland School and was a member of the Babtist Church. [Source: Stanley Wright Aultz, "Chronicles of a Griffis Family". Miamisburg, Ohio: S. W. Aultz 1981 and Letter written by William G. Hormell, not dated]

MILTON JOHN HORMELL, physician, Oakland, was born October 8, 1820, in Warren County, about five miles north of Lebanon. His parents were Henry and Margaret Hormell. He received the rudiments of an education in a district school, and afterward attended the Harveysburg Seminary, for about two years, where he completed a higher course of study. When about twenty-one years of age, he began the study of medicine with Dr. Corlis, of Harveysburg, with whom he remained as a student for about three years. After completing his course of study he bean to practice, which he did successfully for about five years in both Warren and Clinton Counties. He then attended the Ohio Medical University, at Cincinnati. From which institution he graduated in 1853. He resumed the practice of his profession, with headquarters at Harveysburg, Warren County, where he remained until 1860, in which year he removed to Clinton County, Chester Township, near Oakland, and attended to the duties of his profession. In October, 1845, he married Almira Dakin, daughter of Judge James Dakin (deceased). She died in November, 1846. On November 1, 1849, he married Miss Eveline Hisey, born November 9, 1826, daughter of Jacob and Amelia Hisey, who settled in Warren County, about 1810. They are the parents of four children--Fremont N., Horace D., Mary C. and William. In 1862, after the breaking out of the war of the rebellion, he went with the Forty-ninth Ohio Volunteer Infantry as Assistant Surgeon, with which regiment he remained about four months, when having contracted an illness, he returned home, where he remained until the spring of 1864. At that time he was instrumental in forming a company of volunteers which afterward belonged to the One Hundred and Forty-ninth Regiment of Ohio National Guards, or the hundred day men. He was engaged in the battle of Monocacy, and received an honorable discharge in August of the same year. He then returned home and began to attend to the duties of his profession. In 1847, he was elected Justice of the Peace for Massie Township, Warren County, and served three years. He also served as Township Trustee for one year. He was member of the Baptist Church and the owner of 121 acres of land. [Source: W. H. Beers & County, Chicago 1882, "The History of Clinton County, Ohio", a reproduction by Unigraphic, Inc.: Evansville, Indiana 1971, Biographical Sketches, Chester Twp., pg. 938, 939]

.....Milton John Hormell, son of Henry and Margaret Fry Hormell, married first Almira Dakin and then he married Emeline Hisey who was born in 1826. They had at least one daughter, Mary Clara hormell, who was born in 1859.
.....Milton John Hormell was a "Physician." He died in 1885 and his wife, Emeline Hisey Hormell, died in 1900. (They were married in 1848.) Their daughter, Mary Clara Hormell married in 1878 Oscar F. McKay who was born in 1855. We have no dates of death for them. They had at least one daughter, Helen McKay, who was born in Loviland, Colorado. Se became the wife of Stanley R. Mauck. [Source: Gillis, W. Floyd, ""Hormell Family"," pg. 23]

The One Hundred Forty-ninth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Company K, was formerly the Fifty-fifth Battalion Ohio National Guard, of Clinton County, Ohio. It was mustered into service of the United States at Camp Dennison, Ohio, on the 8th of May 1864, and August 20, 1864, the company returned to Ohio and was mustered out. 
Hormell, Milton John (I6752)

...In 1719 and again in 1729, a religious group formed in Schwarzenau, Germany in 1708 by leader Alexander Mack, (eventually) called the "Church of the Brethren," emigrated to Pennsylvania to escape religious persecution. They formed their first congregation in Germantown in 1723, and quickly expanded west and south over the next several decades. Although there seems to be no direct connection between Hans Theobald Leatherman and the Brethren movement, several of his sons became prominent members and leaders of the Brethrens in America, founding several congregations over their lives. 
Leatherman, Johan Theobald (I5749)

...Mentioned in the will of Nathan Kelly as daughter Sidney Van Meter and her husband James Van Meter.
...There is a marriage for Sidney Kelly and Cornelius Denehy in Shelby County.
...I certify that I have this day solemnized the marriage of Cornelius Denehy with Sidney Kelly Witness my hand this 5th day of August A.D. 1855. George Wenner JP. License Cornelius Denehy & Sidney Kelly Aug 4th 1855. vol 6. pg. 466. 
Kelly, Sidney M. (I4824)

...Owner and operated a waterpower sawmill and was the first large-scale commercial lumberman of Foxville and Deerfield. On October 28, 1802, he was commissioned an ensign in the Frederick county Militia. October 12, 1804, he was commissioned lieutenant. During the of 1812 he formed a company of men at the present Thurmont, MD., trained the men, and, as captain, led the company into action.
...Ignatius Brown served for many years as constable and magistrate for the forth district of Frederick county. Most of his cases were tried at what was then Hauver's tavern. He died of typhoid fever on March 12, 1830, at Foxville, Frederick County, MD. 
Brown, Ignatius (I5715)

...The 1840 Census, his marriage record (2nd) and his will have his name as Isaac Florea. In the 1850 census the name is Issac Flora.
...Apparently Isaac and his wife first lived with his parents, then moved to Clinton County, Ohio, near Macedonia shortly after his first marriage. He purchased land near Macedonia (see records in Clinton County Court House). There are many of his descendants in Clinton, Highland, and other nearby counties. Isaac and his second wife, Nancy Hayes had no children. 
Florea, Isaac (I987)

...They met at a social function at New Burlington Church in New Burlington, Ohio.

...Helen and Harry were united in marriage at the home of her parents on Home Ave. in Xenia. The Reverend Wallace W. Foust of the First Reformed Church officiated at the double ring service which was read before an improvised altar of palms and ferns in the living room of the Lackey home. The couple's attendants were the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Krug (Dorothy Lackey) of Englewood. Jeannette Hormell, small sister of the bridegroom. Dressed in a dainty frock of yellow crepe, she preceded the bride, scattering rose petals in her path. Bobby Lackey, brother of the bride, was ring bearer.
...The bride wore a gown of chiffon velvet, in a maroon shade. The dress was made over Princess lines, with puffed sleeves. She wore gold slippers and accessories. Her sister was attired in a gown of the same shade and her accessories were black. Following the service a wedding an informal reception was held for 35 guests and a two course wedding dinner served. The bride's table was decorated in a color scheme of yellow and green. A large wedding cake was used as a centerpiece, with yellow streamers leading from the cake to each corner. The brides going-away costume consisted of a dark blue triple sheer crepe dress and dark blue accessories. Her gloves were of white kid and were worn by her mother at her wedding thirty-two years ago. The young couple set up housekeeping at 113 West Monument Avenue, Dayton. 
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...Anna was a very good cook. The grandchildren looked forward to a visit on the farm and grandmas home cooked meals. She made her own cottage cheese and butter, and fried fresh chicken in the butter. The Hormells produced and sold maple syrup. Maple syrup was the sweetener of choice in their home; even on hand cranked ice cream.
...When grandma Hormell visited us she would sit in front of our aquarium and watch the fish for hours; she thought they were fascinating. She was small in stature and quiet. 
Bogan, Anna May (I6705)

...Clifford Hormell, a soft spoken farmer, was born January 21, 1874 in Oakland, Ohio. He married Anna May Bogan on January 10, 1906. To this union were born three sons and three daughters. The old farmhouse had gas lights, a crank telephone and a tin roof with no insulation. During the hot summer months a summer porch provided a welcome relief for the young boys while sleeping; it was cooler than the upstairs bedroom. The Caesar's Creek valley was impounded in 1978 by the Army Corps of Engineers to assist with flood control in the Little Miami River watershed. The Hormell farm was in the path of the newly formed lake.
Hormell, Clifford (I6704)

...Harry married his third cousin Helen Lackey. Harry's great-grandfather, Milton John Hormell was a brother of Helen's great-grandmother, Rebecca Hormell Sellers. Dr. Milton John Hormell delivered Helen's Father, Dr. Burt Lackey.
...In his younger days, Harry did woodworking and finished several items that remain in the family today. One item was a large dry sink, others were a corner cabinet, a bookcase and several magazine racks. He collected stamps, liked to play cards, work in his rose garden and tell jokes. On occasion he was seen doing jigsaw puzzles. He was a member of Toastmasters International and a former member of the Lions Club.
...After retirement, Helen and Harry traveled to Australia for an extended vacation, to visit their daughter Joyce, who was living there at the time. In later years, Florida became their winter home where they enjoyed the company of friends, many also from Ohio. They joined in the dancing, exercising, card games, bingo, walks on the beach, bike riding and visiting local restaurants, where Harry liked to sample all good things. He was fond of pork chops and corn fritters.
...Harry's birth certificate lists his name as Harry Hormell, with no middle name. The middle name, William, was added at a later date but the records were never changed (letter in file explaining the circumstances).

Hormell, Harry William (I6700)

For several years Helen ran a pre-school kindergarten from her home in Englewood, Ohio. She kept the children busy with games, songs and creative activities; interlaced with outdoor playtime and "show and tell". She laughed (and sometimes blushed) at the stories the children would tell and enjoyed teaching them new things. She liked to play cards--especially bridge. Helen and Harry belonged to a card club and often entertained their friends with small dinner parties before the games began. She liked to read novels, dabbled in ceramics for a while, and tried a few other crafts--including flower arrangement. Roses and daisies were her favorite flowers. Harry grew roses and she admired them; always having a vase full of buds in the house when they were in bloom. Helen came from a family with roots deep in religion and she carried on the tradition, being a longtime member of Concord United Methodist Church. Helen was a member of Eastern Star and Alpha Rho Tau (an art sorority).

Lackey, Helen Louise (I6701)

...Barent Van Rotmers (Röttmer) was born in 1591 or 1595 in Osterbruch, Hannover, Preußen, Germany or Otterndorf (about five miles from Altenbruch, also in Hannover). He married Gysje Geesje BARENTSDOTTER in 1611 in Osterbruch, Hannover. Barent died in Europe before 1632 and did not emigrate. 
Van Röttmer, Barent (I11246)

...Gysje (Gissel or Geesie) Geesje Barentsdotter was born in 1591 in Osterbruch, Germany. She was known as Barents and Barentsdr. (Barentsdotter) meaning “daughter of a man named Barent”. At the time Gissel was living on the Schaepensteegje or Sheep Alley in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Geesie’s husband Barent Rottmer is never listed, so it is assumed he died before 1632. After Barent died, she married Pieter Jacobse Van Rynsburgh. They emigrated on the Den Waterhondt which sailed from the Texel on 15 June 1640 and had arrived in New Amsterdam by 25 Oct 1640.
...Pieter Jacobsz Van Rynsburgh was the gunner at Fort Orange. He filed a joint will with Gysje in June 1642 in New Amsterdam. On 12 Apr 1658 Pieter made the first of three payments to the deacons for an adult pall at Fort Orange, so it is likely that Geesjie had died that previous winter or in the spring. Pieter went on to marry Elisabeth d’Honneur.
...Gissel or Geesie Barentsdr. [Barentsdochter] assisted her daughter Annatie Barents Van Rottmer at the signing of banns on 27 March 1632 for her marriage to Albert Andriessen. Annetie was 24 years old. When Annatie’s brother Barent Barents signed his banns at the age of 22, on 21 Apr. 1632 he too was assisted by his mother. At the time Gissel was living on the Schaepensteegje or Sheep Alley in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Geesie’s husband Barent Rottmer is never listed, so it is assumed he died before 1632.
...The passenger list of Den Waterhondt, which sailed from The Texel in June or July 1640 for New Netherland, lists Gijsje Berents, wife of Pieter Jacobsz. Gijsje was charged with board on den Waterhondt in 1640 and credited with 28 days work done by her husband at the home of Arent van Curler. Pieter Jacobsz may have been the “constapel” of Fort Orange, who on 15 April 1652 by order of Johannes Dyckman, tore van Slichtenhorst’s proclamation from the house of Gijsbert Cornelisz, tavern keeper.

1662 . . . Baptismal record transcription from church records by Hoes 81 – March 13. Cornelia, daughter of Eva Bratt and Roleof Swartwout, had as her baptismal sponsors Cornelis Slecht, Jannetje Pels, Willemje Jacobs, and Geesje Barents. Geesje Barents was the child’s maternal great grandmother.

1667 . . . Baptismal sponsor as noted. Child: Cornelia. Reference ID: 81. Bapt. Date: 13 Mar 1667. Parents: Roeloff Swartwout and Eva Swartwout. Sponsors: Cornelis Slecht; Jannetje Pels; Willempje Jacobs; Thomes Loodewycksen and Geesje Barents . Source: Kingston Baptismal Register. 
Barentsdotte, Gysje Geesje (I11247)

...A. Clark Lackey, 81, of San Diego, Calif., died there this week. He was born in Ohio Dec. 10, 1903, the son of Burt and Anna Clark Lackey, former Xenia residents.
...He was a former Vice president of North Carolina Granite Corp.
...Surviving are his widow, Leota, a son, Richard C. Lackey of Atlanta, Ga., a daughter, Nora L. Baxter of Del Mar, Calif., four grandchildren; two sisters, a half-brother and a half-sister.
...Services and burial were held Thursday in San Diego. [Source: Copy of original newspaper clipping from the obituary card index at the Montgomery County Library, Dayton, Ohio; card dated January 4, 1985, name of newspaper and date published unknown] 
Lackey, Amos Clark (I6797)

...Mrs. Amanda Lee Walls - Funeral Services for Mrs Amanda Lee Walls, 88, of Route 4 Sallisaw, were held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday February 6 in the Wheeler Chapel with Rev. Leland Davis, pastor of the Baptist Temple of Sallisaw officiating. Burial was in the Gans Cemetery under the direction of Wheeler Funeral Home.
...She was born June 13, 1871 in Arkansas and passed away Thursday Feb 4, in a Sallisaw hospital.
...Survivors include three sons, Floyd Walls of Checotah, Perry Walls and Leonard Walls both of Sallisaw; two daughters, Mrs Lula Powell fo El Centro, Calif., and Mrs. Linnie McCombs of Lamont, Calif.; 39 grandchildren, 50
great-grandchildren and 19 great-great-grandchildren. (Sequoyah County Times, Sallisaw, OK Feb 12, 1960) 
Gibson, Amanda Lee (I430)

...Mrs. Jessella B. Lackey, 92 of Christian Missionary Home, Carlisle, Pa, died at the home Tuesday morning. A native of Kingman, Kan., she was born Feb. 27, 1887, the daughter of John W. and Ellen (Thorpe) Beebe. She resided in Carlisle, Pa. the past 17 years and formerly resided in Xenia.
...Her husband, Dr. B. L. Lackey, who died in 1960, practiced dentistry in Xenia for many years. She was a member of the First Reformed Church of Xenia.
...Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Mary E. Pipher of Xenia, Mrs. Dorothy Krug of Pleasant Hill and Mrs. Helen Hormell of Dayton; two sons, A. Clark Lackey of San Diego, Calif. and Robert E. Lackey of Oklahoma City, Okla.; 10 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
...A sister and three brothers preceded her in death.
...Services will be conducted at the Neeld Funeral Home, 1276 N. Detroit St., by the Rev. Edward Smith at 2 p.m. Friday. Burial will be in Woodland Cemetery.
...Visitation will be held at the funeral home Friday from 1 p.m. to time of services. [Source: Copy of original newspaper clipping from the obituary card index at the Montgomery County Library, Dayton, Ohio; card dated 9-19-79, name of newspaper and date published unknown] 
Beebe, Jessella (I6796)

...Mrs. Margaret P. Foster, aged 86 years, died Saturday night in St. Mary’s
hospital, after being confined to her bed only seven days, although she had been in failing health for several months. Her death was due to old age rather than to any specific ailment. Mrs. Foster had been a resident of Macon county for almost 60 years, coming to Illinois from Ohio with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Price, when a young woman, in 1858.
...Margaret Price was born near Hamilton, Ohio, Dec. 7, 1831, and when her parents came to Illinois they made their home in South Wheatland Township, near what now is the village of Elwin. Margaret Foster was married to David B. Foster April 10, 1860, and he died in Decatur in 1871 and soon after that she removed to Elwin, where she made her home until 1897, when she returned to Decatur, where she has since made her home. Mrs. Foster was a woman of wonderful vitality and until within recent months had not shown any of the signs of breaking
physical strength such as might be expected in one of her age. Nearly all of the members of her father’s family lived to be 80 years of age or nearly so.
...She leaves two daughters, Miss Etta M. Foster and Mrs. Chester Cox, both of Decatur, and a brother, Jacob R. Price, of Decatur, and Mrs. Mary E. Hopkins of Charleston, and three grandchildren, Arthur F. Connard of Savannah, Ga., Mrs. J. R. Buckler of Elwin and Miss May Connard, Red Cross nurse now in London, England, en route to France.
...From the day of her girlhood Mrs. Foster had been a member of the Untied Brethren church and it may be of interest to the members of that church in Decatur to know that her mother’s brother, William Rhinehart, was the first editor of the Religious Telescope, the church publication.
...The body was removed to the undertaking rooms of Monson & Wilcox to be prepared for burial and the funeral service will be conducted in the chapel of that firm Monday morning at 9:30 o’clock. The burial will be in Mt. Gilead cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 o’clock. (Decatur Herald – October 21, 1917) 
Price, Margaret P. (I10840)

...Myrtle Spicer Death Mourned Mrs. Myrtle Spicer passed away suddenly May 24, near Lonoke Arkansas, at the age of 64.
...She was born March 27, 1903, the daughter of Frank and Cora Leeth Wahl, in Paulding County Ohio. In November 1919 she was united in marriage to Floyd Spicer at Mt. Pleasant and had lived in Farwell since 1959. Her husband and three children preceded her in death.
...Surviving are eight sons Edward of Clare, William of Flint, Ray and John of Coleman, Don of Richmond, Robert and Larry, Farwell, and Jerry of Flint.
...Five daughters, Mrs. Elmer (Dorothy) Gingery, Mrs. Edward (Janice) Tomaski, Clare, Mrs. Edward (Doris) Zuker, Beal City, Mrs. Gary (Lucille) Bole, Farwell, Mrs. Larry (Jean) Bole, California; 40 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren.
...Three brothers, Edward Wahl, Bradenton Florida, Homer Wahl, Lavonia and Dale Wahl, Brighton, and one sister Mrs. John Bravender of Flint, and many other relatives and friends.
...Funeral services were held Saturday, May 27 from the Coker Funeral Home at 2 p.m. with Elder Hobart Beavers and Leo Higgins officiating with burial in Cherry Grove Cemetery. (The Clare Sentinel, p. 8 - Clare, MI - 8 June 1967) 
Wahl, Myrtle (I879)

...WAVERLY: Paul Leeth, 99 was born on June 28, 1913 in Pike County, Ohio, the son of the late Rev. James Algon and Louie Herman Leeth. He passed from this life to meet the Lord and Savior on January 20, 2013, at the Adena Regional Medical Center, Chillicothe, Ohio.
...On May 16, 1936 at the Waverly Church of Christ in Christian he married his lifelong sweetheart, Emojane Tackett Leeth who preceded him in death on September 9, 2009.
...Surviving are three sons: Charles Edward, Gerald Gene, and Paul David Leeth all of Piketon, one daughter, Paulette Jane Moats and husband David of Waverly; 18 grandchildren, thirty-two great grandchildren, and ten great great grandchildren; and three sisters: Wilma Williams, Edith Savage, and Hazel Gragg.
...He was preceded in death by two sons: Terrance Ray and Ronald Leeth; a granddaugter, Sherry Kay Leeth; a daughter-in-law, Julie Leeth; three brothers: Ernest, Henry, and James Leeth; and six sisters: Chloe and Ruth Leeth, Marie Louderbach, Lena Newman, and Esther Blackburn.
...Mr. Leeth was a retired carpenter from Ohio Dept. of Transportation for many years, a member of the Riverdale Church of Christ in Christian Union where he served as Sunday School Teacher, and enjoyed singing at revivals with his brothers in the Leeth Brothers Singing Group. He was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting and fishing.
...Funeral services will be 1:00 P.M. Wednesday at Botkin Funeral Home in Waverly with Rev. Richard Lloyd officiating. Burial will follow in the Gardner Cemetery. Friends may call on Tuesday from 5:00-8:00 P.M. and Wednesday from 12:00 noon-1:00 P.M. at the funeral home. (Published in the Chillicothe Gazette on January 21, 2013) 
Leeth, Paul (I1504)

...Passed Away at Xenia, Ohio, After Long Illness.
The following account of the death of a well-known Gallia County, girl is taken from the Xenia Daily Republican of Friday March 27, 1914:
...A beautiful life, full of love and tender devotion to her home and little children, came to a close today in the death of Mrs. Ada Clark Lackey, wife of Dr. Bert L. Lackey, well known dentist, who passed away at her home 20 Home Avenue, twenty minutes after ten, Friday morning. Mrs. Lackey had lain in an unconscious condition for hours preceding the end and death came peacefully and quietly. Cancer, which became apparent November 7 a year ago, was the immediate cause of death and during the weary months when she was confined to her home, Mrs. Lackey displayed a beautiful Christian fortitude bearing her sufferings without a murmur, except for her little ones, from whom death would separate her. Her husband and children have the sympathy of her scores of friends in their great bereavement.
...Ada Clark Lackey was born November 7, 1871, at Raccoon Island, Gallia county, and was a daughter of Hon. Amos Clark, at one time a member of the State Board of Equalization, and a prominent retired farmer, broker and merchant of that place. Mr. Clark died at the Lackey home in this city, June 4, 1912. Her mother passed away when Mrs. Lackey was but three years of age, but a step-mother gave her and her brother and sister all of the tender care of a mother. She survives and lies in Gallipolis, Ohio.
...Mrs. Lackey finished her education at Lebanon National Normal institute and at Ohio Wesleyan university at Delaware, where she took a special art course. For a time she taught penmanship in the public schools of Manchester and in 1891 came to Xenia where she was appointed instructor in penmanship and bookkeeping at the O. S. & S. O. Home, which position she held for nine years. It was here that she met Dr. L. B. Lackey, and their marriage was solemnized September 10, 1902. They went to housekeeping within a short time in a newly built home on Home avenue, where they had lived ever since. Mrs. Lackey leaves her husband and three little children, Clark, Dorothy and Helen, the youngest of whom is only three years of age.
...Mrs. Lackey united with the Clay Chapel Methodist church at Raccoon Island when but 11 years of age, and retained her membership there until she came to Xenia when she joined the First Methodist church. She was a true Christian mother, and the interests of her little family were always first in her mind. She was greatly beloved and admired in her circle of friends.
...Mrs. Lackey's sister, Mrs. J. B. Ewing, had been with her several weeks preceding her death, and with her brother, J. S. Clark who had frequently visited her during her illness was at her bedside when death came. They are the only surviving members of her immediate family.
...Funeral services will be held at the home Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock and will be in charge of the Rev. Charles W. Sullivan, of the First Methodist church. Burial will be made at Woodland cemetery. [Source: Original newspaper clipping: The Gallipolis Bulletin, March 27, 1914] 
Clark, Ada Frances (I6795)

Anna M. Hormell
...Anna M. Hormell, 91, a former New Burlington resident, died at Heathergreene II Nursing Home in Jamestown at 1:20 p.m. Tuesday. Her husband, Clifford Hormell, died Aug. 14, 1950. A native of Spring Hill, she was born Aug. 28, 1888, the daughter of John and Nettie Bogan and resided in the New Burlington area all of her life.
...Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Louise Collett of Wilmington and Mrs. Marvin (Jeanette) Webb of Shawnee Lake, Jamestown; two sons, Harry W. Hormell of Dayton and Clifford Hormell of Longwood, Fla.; nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
...Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the Springfield Church Cemetery in Clinton County, with Rev. Clifford Stearns officiating.
...Visitation will be held at the Neeld Funeral Home, 1276 N. Detroit St., Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. [Source: Original newspaper clipping; Name of newspaper and date published unknown.] 
Bogan, Anna May (I6705)

At eleven o'clock on Sunday night, Oct. 30th, Mrs. Lucinda Harlan, relict of Judge Justin Harlan, quietly and peacefully crossed the "Dark River". She had been in feeble health for some time but did not take to her bed till Saturday, Oct. 22nd. From that time on she was conscious but little of the time, and despite all that love and skill could do, her system, worn and wearied by the tolls and burdens of four-score years, gradually grew weaker till the end came. Mrs. Harlan was the daughter of David and Sarah Hogue, and was born in the old fort at Vincennes, Oct. 4, 1812, her father being one of the soldiers of the garrison, and her mother, with many other women of the surrounding country, being there for safety. Her parents moved to Union Prairie in 1814 and here she grew up to womanhood and was married to Mr. Harlan March 4, 1832. the young couple began housekeeping in Darwin, then the county seat. When the court house was changed to Marshall the family moved here and this has ever since been her home. Nine children were the fruits of this marriage; all but one who died in infancy, being still living and with one exception making their homes in Marshall. Her husband died in 1879 and since then the aged mother has been cared for by her children with tender solicitude.
Mrs. Harlan had long been a faithful and consistent member of the Presbyterian church and pursued her way through life with an unfaltering faith in the merciful love of her Redeemer.
The funeral took place today at 10 .a.m. from the family residence, Rev. C. F. Wilson in charge. A large concourse of friends and relatives followed the remains to their last resting place beside those of her husband in the Marshall Cemetery.
Source: Marshall Herald, Wednesday Eve., November 2, 1892, pg 1 
Hogue, Lucinda (I8511)

Bear —At his residence, near Conrad's Store, Rockingham county, Va., on Tuesday, the 27th ult.. Col. Jacob Bear, father of Prof. Henry A. Bear, of the D. D. B. Institution of this place, aged 75 years. He had been a consistent and exemplary member ofthe Methodist church for fifty years. His remains were interred at Eik Run Church on last Thursday. (Staunton Spectator, 6 March 1877) 
Bear, Jacob (I10799)

Carey Bogan, age 70 of 100 S. Washington Street, West Milton died Saturday evening at his home. He is survived by a son, Dave Bogan of West Milton; a daughter, Mrs. Richard (Libby) Hawse of North Carolina; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Joseph (Janet) Goines of Troy; a sister, Doris Scammahorn of Cedarville; a brother Ralph Bogan of Xenia. He as a member of the West Milton Eagles #3621 and retired in 1970 from Coate Burial Vault Company. Funeral services will be 2:oo PM Wednesday at Hale-Sarver Funeral Home, Rev. Dorlan Bales officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home from 4-8 PM Tuesday with the Eagle service being held at 7 PM. (Dayton Daily News) 
Bogan, Carey Pentzler (I9730)

Clifford Hormell
HORMELL, CLIFFORD, 81, of Sorrento, died Sunday, March 13, 2005. He was born in New Burlington, OH and moved to Central Florida in 1972 from OH. Mr. Hormell was a Methodist and a Veteran of the U.S. Army having served in the Korean War. He was a retired farmer and served as a School Bus Driver for 27 years, both in Clinton County, OH. Additionally, he was retired from Coca Cola Company. Mr. Hormell is survived by his wife of 60 years, Frances; two sons, Kevin (Jennifer) of Kissimmee, and Darrell (Tara) of Maitland; two daughters, Karen (Howard) Martin of Deltona, and Yvonne (James) Schatzel of Lebanon, OH; a sister, Jeanette Webb of Tavares; 10 grandchildren; and seven great grandchildren. A brother, Harry and a sister, Louise Collett, predeceased him. Graveside services will be held from Lakeside Memory Gardens of Eustis at 11AM Thursday. Hamlin & Hilbish Funeral Directors, 326 E. Orange Avenue, Eustis. (352) 357-4193. [Published in the Orlando Sentinel on March 15, 2005] 
Hormell, Clifford Jr. (I6709)

...Clifford Hormell, Sr., 76, died at his home, southeast of New Burlington, Monday at 2:30 a. m. In failing health several months, he had been seriously ill two weeks.
...The son of Fremont N. and Alice E. Hudgell Hormell, he was born near Oakland in Clinton County, Jan. 21, 1874, and had always resided in the New Burlington community.
...He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Anna Bogan Hormell; two sons, Harry W., Clayton, O., and Clifford, Jr., Xenia; two daughters, Mrs. Thomas Collett, Wilmington, and Mrs. Marvin Webb, New Burlington; three granddaughters and three grandsons, and a sister, Mrs. Nelle Anderson, Wilmington.
..Services will be held at Neeld Funeral Home Wednesday at 2 p.m. in charge of Rev. C. A. Arthur, pastor of New Burlington Methodist Church. Burial will be in Springfield Cemetery, Clinton County,. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday from 6 to 9 p. m.

Clifford Hormell Sr.
XENIA--Services will be held at the Neeld funeral home at 2 p. m. Wednesday, for Clifford Hormell Sr., 76, who died Monday at his home, southeast of New Burlington.
...The son of Fremont N. And Alice E. Hudgell Hormell, he was born near Oakland in Clinton county, Jan. 21, 1873.
...He leaves his wife, the former Anna Bogan; two sons, Harry W. Of Clayton and Clifford Jr., Xenia; two daughters, Mrs. Thomas Collett of Wilmington and Mrs. Marvin Webb of New Burlington, and a sister, Mrs. Nelle Anderson, Wilmington. [Source: Original newspaper clipping; Name of newspaper and date published unknown] 
Hormell, Clifford (I6704)

CRESS, Mabel C. Age 94, formerly of 117 Phillip Dr., West milton, passed away on Friday, January 15, 1999, at the Covington Care Center, in Covington, Ohio. She is preceded in death by her parents, Sam and Amanda (Ditmer) Bridenbaugh; husband, Edwin Cress; son, Kermit Cress; and brother, Russell Bridenbaugh. Survivors include her sons, Lowell Cress-Tipp City, Donald Cress-Pleasant Hill; daughter, Lois Kuck-Beavercreek; 13 grandchildren; 15 great-great-grandchildren. She was a member of the Center Friends Church in West Milton, and a graduate of Milton-Union high School. Funeral services will be at 10:00 a.m., on Monday, at the Hale-Sarver Funeral home in West Milton, with Rev. Steve Sims officiating, burial will follow in Riverside Cemetery. (Source: Copy of original found at Brookville Historical Society, Inc. Brookville, Ohio) 
Bridenbaugh, Mable Clare (I2182)

David M. Geiman, 90, father of Theodore U. Geiman, Gettysburg, died at 3:55 p.m. yesterday at the home of his son, J. L. Geiman, Chambersburg, following an illness of about two years. Mr. Geiman is also survived by another son, Melvin G., Chambersburg and a number of grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. He was a member of Park Avenue EUB Church, Chambersburg. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Barbour funeral home South Second Street, Chambersburg. Friends may call at the funeral home tomorrow evening. Burial will be in Cedar Grove cemetery, Chambersburg. (The Evening Sun, Hanover, Pa. Monday, July 23, 1956) 
Geiman, David (I5168)

Death Calls Well Known Retired Farmer
Martin L. Gates
Dies at His Home Today After Long Illness
Martin L. Gates passed away at noon today at his home on East Monument Ave. in Pleasant Hill at the age of 74 years. Mr. Gates has been suffering for some time from complications of diseases. He is well known having lived his entire life in this vicinity, and was an active member of the Congregational Christian Church in Pleasant Hill. Besides the widow, the deceased is survived by a daughter Mrs. Mary Robins of Mentor, two sons Dr. G.R. Gates of Bedford Mass. and J. A. Gates of Newport, Oregon. (Stillwater Valley News, 11 Oct 1932,
Gates, Martin Luther (I5395)

Dr. Lackey, Dentist for over 50 years, Succumbs
...Dr. Burt L. Lackey, 88, of 20 Home Ave., a practising Xenia dentist for more than 50 years, was stricken while attending services at the First Reformed Church Sunday morning. The Xenia Fire Division Emergency Squad removed him to Greene Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival. Death was believed caused by a heart attack suffered soon after the start of services.
...Dr. Lackey was born June 15, 1872, in Clinton County, the son of Enos and Laura Sellers Lackey. His first marriage was to Miss Ada Clark, whose death occurred in April 1914. In June of 1915, he married Miss Jessella Beebe, who survives.
...Dr. Lackey was graduated from the Cincinnati Dental College and maintained an office here in the Home Federal Building, maintaining his procedure to the last. He was a long-life member of the First Reformed Church.
...Surviving besides his widow and three daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Krug of Dayton, Mrs. Helen Hormell of Englewood, and Mrs. Mary E. Pipher of Xenia; two sons, Robert E. of Xenia and A. Clark Lackey of Mt. Airy, N.C., 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
...Services will be conducted Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Neeld Funeral Home, 106 W. Market St., by Rev. Russell Mayer of the First Reformed Church, with burial in Woodland Cemetery here.
...Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. [Source: Original newspaper clipping: Xenia Daily Gazette, date published unknown]
Lackey, Dr. Burt LaFetra (I6792)

FINE, Marjorie Jean (Cress) age 86 of West Milton, OH, passed away Sunday, November 7, 2010. Marjorie was born May 28, 1924 in Miami County, OH, daughter of the late George and Margaret (Honeyman) Cress. Mrs. Fine is survived by 2 sons, Jeffrey and Gregory Fine; granddaughter, Heather (Josh) Maxey; 2 great-grandsons, Chase and Howard Maxey; sister, Carolyn DeHart; sister in-law, Marie Fine; numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Howard Fine and sister, Mary Poling. A private Graveside Service will be held at Riverside Cemetery, West Milton, OH. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Miami County or to a charity of one's choice, in Marjorie's memory. The family would like to extend a special thank you to the staff of Upper Valley Medical Center PCU, for their loving and compassionate care of Marjorie. (Published in Dayton Daily News on Nov. 9, 2010) 
Cress, Marjorie Jean (I2072)

...Floyd S. Spicer, the son of Elymas and Frances Spicer was born May 30, 1884 in Providence Township, Lucas County, Ohio, and passed away February 6, 1963 at the Ardis Convalescent Home at the age of 78 years.
...Mr. Spicer spent his youth in Lucas County and in 1907 moved to Clare where he followed the carpenter trade until his retirement, moving to Farwell in 1959.
...In November 1919, he was united in marriage to Myrtle Wall at Mt. Pleasant and to this union was born 16 children, three having preceded him in death.
...Surviving are the widow Myrtle, eight sons, Edward and Lawrence of Glare, William of Flint, John and Raymond of Coleman, Donald and Robert of Farwell, Jerry of Fort Bliss, Texas; five daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Gingery, Mrs. Janice Tomaski of Clare, Mrs. Doris Zuker of Beal City, Mrs. Lucille Bole of Farwell and Jean at home. His sisters are Mrs. Rose Athey, Mrs. Adeline Cleveland and Mrs. Nell Heiser all of Clare, also a brother Carl of Clare and twenty-seven grandchildren, many other relatives and friends.
...Funeral services were from the Coker Funeral Home in Farwell, Saturday, February 9, 1963 at 2;00 p.m. with Elders Hobart Beavers and Leo Higgins officiating. Burial was in Cherry Grove Cemetery. (The Clare Sentinel, p. 8 - Clare, MI - 14 February 1963) 
Spicer, Floyd (I6113)

FUGLIE, Virginia Ardennea (nee: Florea) 90, a longtime Morrow resident, passed away Friday, January 7, 2011 at Laurels of Blanchester Nursing Home. Born in Pleasant Plain on March 1, 1920 to B. Denver & Bertha Louise (nee: Geihls) Florea, Virginia was a 1939 graduate of Morrow High School and a graduate of Moeller Beauty Academy in Cincinnati. She worked for Peter's Cartridge during the war and later owned & operated Virginia's Beauty Shop in Morrow until 1977. An avid gardener, she also worked for Rock Knoll Nursery for several years. Virginia was a member of Grace Community Presbyterian Church, Morrow O.E.S. and member & past president of Morrow V.F.W. Ladies' Auxiliary. Preceded in death by her beloved husband, Marvin in 1994, and her brother, Clifford Florea, survivors include her devoted daughter, Ardenea L. Thomas of Maineville, grandson, Davin Marvin Lee Thomas of Maineville, sister, Imogene Hopkins of Morrow, sister-in-law, Lucille Lind of Santa Monica, CA, and several nieces & nephews. Visitation will be Tuesday, January 11th, 6-8:00 P.M., and the funeral service will be Wednesday, January 12th, 1:00 P.M., all at the Vale-Hoskins Funeral Home, Morrow. Reverends Barbara Schnecker and Cheryl McDaniel Edmonds will officiate followed by interment in Morrow Cemetery. Memorial donations are requested to the American Diabetes Association and online condolences may be sent by visiting (Published in The Western Star on Jan. 13, 2011) 
Florea, Virginia Ardennea (I1895)

Gene P. Nevin, 68, of Allegheny Township died Monday (Nov. 12, 2001) in Allegheny Valley Hospital, Natrona Heights, Harrison.
Born June 7, 1933, in Sidney, Ohio, he lived in Allegheny Township the past 34 years. A Korean War veteran, he served with the Air Force. Mr. Nevin was a machinist at Alcoa, Upper Burrell, until retiring in 1992. He was a member of the American Legion and VFW, Lower Burrell. He enjoyed golfing, fishing, bowling and softball. Survivors include his wife of 44 years, Evelyn L. Pierce Nevin of Allegheny Township; a son, Phillip G. Nevin of Allegheny Township; three daughters, Cathy L. Bertram of Tarentum, Sandra J. Nale of Apollo, and Cynthia R. Huncher of Cheswick; six grandchildren; and a sister, Kathryn Billing of Anna, Ohio. He was preceded in death by his parents, Edwin and Grace Iiams Nevins, and two brothers, Ralph and Dale Nevin. Friends will be received from 7 to 9 tonight in CURRAN-SHAFFER FUNERAL HOME, 100 Owens View Drive, Apollo. Services will follow at 10 a.m. Wednesday, where military honors will be accorded by the Armstrong County American Legion. Officiating will be the Rev. Clifford Foster. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery, Apollo. The family suggests memorial donations may be made to Kiski Valley Habitat for Humanity. (Published in The Valley News Dispatch on Nov. 13, 2001) 
Nevin, Gene Paul (I6548)

...Died at Xenia Yesterday Morning--Well Known and Highly Respected Throughout County,.
Yesterday morning Auditor James S. Clark received a telegram that his father, Hon. Amos Clark had died at 5:45 o'clock at Xenia, O., at the home of his daughter, Mrs. B. L. Lackey. Mr. Clark had been in failing health for some time and spent the past winter in Florida in the hope of being benefited by a change of climate. He returned to Xenia about two months ago and since then failed rapidly. He was born in Westport, Me., December 8th, 1939, and was 72 years, 5 months and 26 days old. For a short time he was a sailor and when 19 years of age came to this country from New Orleans and located near Chambersburg. In connection with his brother Joshua he operated a store and wharfboat at that place for a number of years. June 2, 1865 he was united in marriage with Miss Fannie Riggs and they became the parents of three children, Auditor James S. Clark, Mrs. R. B. Ewing, of Carlisle, O., and Mrs. B. L. Lackey, of Xenia, all of whom survive. In October, 1881, several years after the death of his first wife, he was united in marriage with Mrs. Sallie Ingels Harper, who survives him.
...For over twenty-five years he was engaged in the apple and produce business with the firm of Graham, Clark and Riggs and was very successful. Until two years ago he owned one of the best farms on the Ohio River and was always a progressive, wideawake farmer.
...He served three years in the Civil War in the 36th O. V. I. and was promoted to Second Lieutenant for meritorious service. He was also a member of the State Board of Equalization at one time and for years was prominent and active in Republican politics.
...Mr. Clark could fitly be described as a gentleman of the old school and as a man of sterling worth. He was widely known in this section of the country and highly respected. His relatives have the sincere sympathy of many friends, who are grieved to learn of their loss.
...His body will arrive here on the H. V. Thursday evening and will be taken in charge by Wetherholt. The funeral services will be held at the residence of James S. Clark Friday morning and will be conducted by Rev. J. R. Fields.
...Three brothers also survive, J. M. Clark of Topeka, Kas., Henry B. of Girard, Kas. and Augustus of Winterport, Me. [Source: Original newspaper clipping; Gallipolis Journal June 5, 1912]

Amos Clark Dead
Prominent Gallia County Citizen Passed Away at Xenia
...Auditor James S. Clark received the sad news, this morning, that had been foreshadowed in these columns, of the death of his father at the home of his daughter Mrs. Ada Lackey of Xenia, O. It is thought that the body will reach here Wednesday evening, when Undertaker Wetherholt will have charge, but further details of the funeral and burial cannot be given at this time, being undetermined.
...Mr. Clark was born at Winterport, Maine, 72 years ago the 8th of last December. He came to New Orleans when only 19 years of age, and followed the river up to Chambersburg, and later he and brother Joshua went to merchandizing together and running the wharfboat there. Later on he bought a farm and became a farmer prominent as such and later on formed a partnership with Capt. William Graham and Jacob Riggs, under the firm name of Graham, Clark & Riggs, and boated produce south for perhaps 30 years and bought up large quantities of fruit, running into immense transactions some years. A year ago he sold his farm to John Sanders and has done nothing since but try to recuperate his failing health which began several years ago, but in the last two years particularly so. Last fall he went to Florida and spent his winter at St. Petersburg with his wife, they only arriving North recently, and going immediately to Xenia where they have been sojourning until the end.
...Mr. Clark was a member of the State Board of Equalization a few years ago, and had been often spoken of for high places in the State, but shifting conditions in politics never seemed to be quite opportune, but he was recognized as capable and worthy of distinguished preferment.
...He was married first to Miss Fannie Riggs in June, 1865, and became the father of Mrs. R. B. Ewing of Carlisle, O., Mrs. Dr. Lackey of Xenia, and Mr. J. S. Clark, the present auditor of Gallia county.
Mrs. Clark dying, he was united in marriage the second time to Mrs Sallie Harper, widow of the late Attorney Eben Harper, in October, 1881, and she survives him without children.
...He was a member of the M.E. church and a highly moral christian man of a kindly and agreeable nature and much respected and admired by a large acquaintance and sincerely and devotedly loved by family and relatives. [Gallipolis Daily Tribune, June 7, 1912 , Transcribed by Henny Evans] 
Clark, Amos (I6814)

Hormell, Harry W., age 85, of Englewood, passed away on Tuesday, February 14th. Harry was an active member of Concord United Methodist Church for 45 years, he retired from NCR in 1972 after 35 years of service, member of toastmasters International and a former member of the Lions Club. He is survived by his loving wife of 60 years, Helen L. (Lackey); daughter & son-in-law, Joyce R. & Tom Saylor of Englewood; son & daughter-in-law, Jon W. & Patti Hormell of Jackson Gap, AL; sisters, Louise Collett of Wilmington, Ohio, Jeanette Webb of FL; brother Clifford Hormell of FL; 6 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Clifford & Anna (Bogan) Hormell. Funeral service will be held on Friday, February 17th, 11:00 A.M. at Concord United Methodist Church 1123 S. Main St., Englewood) with Rev. Kenneth Brown officiating. Family will receive friends from 5 to 8:00 P.M. on Thursday at Kindred-Barnes Funeral Home (400 Union Blvd., Englewood). Interment will be at Concord Cemetery. If desired, Memorial Contributions may be made to the Concord UMC Remembrance Fund. [Source: Original newspaper clipping; Dayton Daily News, Dayton, Ohio, February 15, 1995, pg. B4] 
Hormell, Harry William (I6700)

HORMELL, Helen L. (Lackey)
...Age 89, formerly of Englewood, passed away on Friday, July 14, at Brookhaven Nursing Care Center in Brookville. Helen was a member of Concord United Methodist Church in Englewood and enjoyed playing bridge. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Jon W. & Patti Hormell of Florida; daughter and son-in-law, Joyce R. & Tom Saylor of Englewood, brother Bob & Fran Lackey of Oklahoma; six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Helen is preceded in death by her husband, Harry W. Hormell; parents: Bert & Ada (Clark) Lackey; two sisters and one brother. Funeral services will be held 11:00 A.M., Wednesday, July 19, 2000 at the Kindred Funeral Home (400 Union Blvd., Englewood) with Reverend Kathy Brown officiating. Interment will follow at Concord United Methodist Church Cemetery in Englewood. The family will receive friends on Wednesday from 10:00 A.M. Until time of service. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Brookville Rescue Squad, envelopes will be provided. (Source: Dayton Daily News, Dayton, Ohio, July 16, 2000, pg. B9) 
Lackey, Helen Louise (I6701)

LEETH, Helen Louise (nee: Flagg) Age 79, of Dayton, passed away Thursday, November 27, 2008 at her home after an extended illness. Helen was preceded in death by her husband of 63 years, Donald R. "Dutch" Leeth, who died July 31, 2007. She was also preceded in death by her parents, Winthrop & Marie Flagg; brothers, Urban, Alvin, Phillip, Richard & Donald; and by her sisters, Virginia & Margaret. Helen is survived by five children, Donald Jr & Carol Leeth, Linda & Richard Sponsler, David & Valerie Leeth, Sandy Leeth and Robert Richmond-Leeth; 12 grandchildren, Jennifer (Jon), Laurie (Ed), Jessica (Chris), D. Roger III (Crystal), Sarah (Matt), Stephen (Jamie), Halley (Chad), Hannah (Daniel), Heather (Brandon), Mary, Allison & Hope; nine great grandchildren, Dylan, Izabelle, Cole, Ryen, Eddie III, Stephen Jr, Jackson, Simon & Lincoln; one brother, Harry & Mary Flagg; two sisters, Ruth Morter & Jean Lanter; and by many other beloved family members and friends. The family will be receiving friends from 5:00 8:00 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 30, at Newcomer Funeral Home & Crematory, 4104 Needmore Rd, Dayton. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Monday, at the funeral home. Rev. Bobbie Predmore will officiate. Interment will follow at Willow View Cemetery. If so desired, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Dayton, 324 Wilmington Ave., Dayton, Ohio 45420. To send a special message to the family, please visit (Published in the Dayton Daily News from 11/29/2008 - 11/30/2008) 
Flagg, Helen Louise (I41)

WAPAKONETA — Mary Lou Stahler 86, of Wapakoneta, died 6:52 a.m., Fri. May 2, 2014, at the St. Rita's Medical Center, Lima. She was born Feb. 26, 1928, in Van Wert, OH, the daughter of Leo & Rosena (Zotz) Jordan, who preceded her in death. On Sept. 11, 1945, she married Robert Darrell Stahler, who preceded her in death on Feb. 24, 1999.

Survivors include 5 children: Marcia Kay Bledsoe, Toledo, OH, Mike (Susan) Stahler, Wapakoneta, Dave (Brenda) Stahler, Findlay, OH, Jerry (Barb) Stahler, Wapakoneta, Jon (Terry) Stahler, Wapakoneta, 17 grandchildren, 31 great grandchildren and 6 great- great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a grandchild, a great grandchild, and 3 siblings: Doris, Ann, and Fred.

Mrs. Stahler had worked for Fishers Cheese and at the Auglaize Acres. She was a member of the Harvest Baptist Church. She enjoyed sewing, gardening, tending to her flowers, but most especially she enjoyed spending time with her family.

Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m., Wed. at the Harvest Baptist Church, Wapakoneta, Pastor Gary Bragg officiating. Burial will be in the Resthaven Cemetery, near Moulton. The family will receive friends from 4-8 Tues. at the Bayliff & Eley Funeral Home, St. Rt. 501, Wapakoneta, and 1 hr. prior to the service on Wed. at the church. Memorials may be directed to the Harvest Baptist Church. Condolences may be expressed at
(Published in The Lima News from May 3 to May 4, 2014) 
Jordan, Mary Lou May (I2315)

Miami Union June 15, 1949
Mrs. Esther Honeyman
...Funeral services for Mrs. Esther Honeyman, 50, Laura, sister of George Rice, Casstown, whose death occurred Saturday at the St. Elizabeth hospital in Dayton, were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Roy H. Miller Funeral home in West Milton. burial was in the Old Ludlow cemetery....Mrs. Honeyman was the daughter of the late Louis and Anna Rice and is survived by a son, Noel; two brothers, George and Dorsey, the latter of West Milton, three sisters, Mrs. Ellen Ditmer, Sidney, Mrs. Meda Wellbaum, West Milton and Mrs. Florence Sherer, Dayton. (Source: Miami County, Ohio Genealogical Researchers, , "Obituaries of Miami County Ohio People", Mrs. Esther Honeyman, nee Rice April 2006) 
Rice, Esther Dewene (I4708)

...Mrs Anna E Honeyman of McKaig avenue died suddenly at about 9 o'clock Thursday morning from an attack of acute indigestion. She lived alone but during the last few days two of her grandchildren, Helen and Louis Frantz, children of Mr and Mrs Bert Frantz of Pleasant Hill, had been visiting her and were in the house when she became ill. The children at once notified the neighbors and Dr J W Means was called. The physician, after giving medical aid, left for another call and during his absence Mrs Honeyman suffered another severe attack and before Dr Means could return she passed away.
...Mrs Honeyman before her marriage was Miss Anna E Smith and was born August 2, 1861, in Monroe township. She was married to David Honeyman thirty-eight years ago and he died three years ago this month....She is survived by two daughters, Mrs A L Fritz, residing on the farn near Troy, and Mrs Bert Frantz, of Pleasent Hill, four brothers, Estey S. Smith, D A Smith, both of Troy, John Smith of Tippecanoe City and Peter Smith of Vandalia, and three sisters, Mrs J E Gearhart of Troy, Mrs Lillie Rudy of New Carlisle And Mrs William Keller of Tippecanoe City. There are six grandchildren.
...Mrs Honeyman was a member of the First Christian church. The funeral arrangements have not been made.
(Source: Miami County, Ohio Genealogical Researchers, , "Obituaries of Miami County Ohio People", Anna Elizabeth Honeyman, nee Smith April 2006, Troy Daily News 9 September 1920) 
Smith, Anna Elizabeth (I3950)

...Rites were held for Mrs. Josephine Milligan, 89, of Sage Township today (Wednesday) at 2 p.m. from the Hall Funeral Home. The Rev. F. E. Voller officiated and burial was in Beaverton Cemetery.
...Mrs. Milligan died Sunday after an illness of five years. She was born in Ohio on Aug. 12, 1875, and had lived in Gladwin County for the past six years. She was married to Newton Milligan who preceded her in death in 1937.
...Survivors include one son, Jacob Grant, of Beaverton; a daughter, Rachel Holycross, of North Lewisburg, Ohio; 16 grandchildren, 44 great grandchildren, and 3 great great grandchildren. (Source: Gladwin County Record dated 08-04/1965 Column - 2 Page - 1) 
Leeth, Josephine (I47)

SWIGART, Kevin Michael, Sr.
Age 49, passed away Friday, August 15, 2008, at his Potsdam home. He was born December 13, 1958, in Dayton, Ohio, to Nevin & Sandra Swigart. He is survived by his loving wife Ann Swigart; son & daughter-in-law Kevin Michael, Jr. & Ruth Swigart-Potsdam; daughter & son-in-law Jamie Louise & Ronald Bowling-Englewood; brother Kent & Sue Swigart-West Milton; seven grandchildren; step-son Randy Greeg-Ludlow Falls. Mr. Swigart graduated from Northmont High School Class of 1977. He was the co-owner and Vice-President of Swigart Electric Motors, Englewood, a third generation family company, and was a former mayor and councilman of the Village of Potsdam. He had many hobbies which included piloting and building planes, reparing and collecting steam engines, and Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Funeral Services will be held 10:30 AM Thursday, August 21, at Hale-Sarver Funeral home, 284 N. Miami Street, West Milton. Rev. Robert Kurtz will officiate with interment following at Mote Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4-8 PM Wednesday at Hale-Sarver. If so desired, memorial contributions may be made to Potsdam church of the Brethren. 
Swigart, Kevin Michael (I270)

Troy Daily News 7 September 1917
...David Honeyman, of Troy, who with his wife had been spending the summer on his farm, five miles west of this city, died shortly after seven o'clock Thursday evening as the result of a stroke of paralysis which he sustained four weeks ago last Tuesday.
...Mr Honeyman was about 61 years of age and was born and reared in Miami county. He had been living in Troy for several years but spent the summer on his farm.
...He is survived by his wife, two daughters, Mrs Minnie Frantz, of Pleasant Hill, and Mrs Leonard Fritz, of Covington, two sisters, Mrs Cora Fritz and Mrs Ida Grisso, and five brothers, Harvey Honeyman, Hamilton Honeyman, Benjamin Honeyman, Enos Honeyman and George Honeyman.
...The funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the residence on the farm and will be conducted by Rev O P Furnas, with interment in Riverside cemetery. (Source: Miami County, Ohio Genealogical Researchers, , "Obituaries of Miami County Ohio People", Davis Marian Honeyman April 2006) 
Honeyman, Davis Marian (I1072)

Wayne Allan Lee, age 56 died Sunday, June 20 at the Paulding County Hospital, Paulding. He was born July 9, 1953 in Paulding, the son of Don W. and Olive C. (Leeth) Lee. On November 26, 1972 he married Barbara E. Grindstaff, who survives. He was employed for 37 years by Spartech Plastics, Paulding. He was a member of the former Haviland Baptist Church. He loved spending time with his grandchildren, woodworking, playing corn hole, and listening to music. He coached Pee Wee League, enjoyed playing softball, drag racing, hunting, and fishing and was an avid John Deere collector. He is survived by his wife, Barbara Lee, Briceton; his father, Donald W. Lee, Briceton; children: Angela Gamble, Ottoville, Wayne A (Mariam) Lee Jr., Chesapeake, VA., and Isaac (Denise) Lee, Briceton; 10 grandchildren: Chelsea, Olivia, Faith, Grace, Tricia, Monica, Wayne III, Jaylynn, Brookelynn and Mason; 2 sisters, Rose (Keith) Wilhelm, Broughton, and Brenda (Bill) Reichard, Paulding; and many cousins and friends. He is preceded in death by his mother Olive, grandparents Russel and Mable Lee and Lafie and Olive Leeth. Funeral services will be conducted 10 AM Thursday, June 24 at Den Herder Funeral Home, Paulding, with Pastor Ron Johnson officiating. Burial will be in St. Paul Cemetery, Paulding. (Source: Find A Grave Memorial# 54004944) 
Lee, Wayne Allan (I6569)

William Shrader
...Funeral services for the late William Shrader, aged resident of 223 South Seventh street, Tippecanoe City, Ohio, took place Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Zion Lutheran church with Dr. W. L. Guard officiating. Interment at Nashville cemetery. The deceased passed away at his home on Tuesday night at nine o'clock after an illness of several weeks from cancer.
...William Shrader, son of Charles and Rosanna Shrader, was born Dec. 25, 1845 on the Dixie Highway, Miami county, O. and departed this life at the advanced age of 80 yrs., 4 mo. and 10 days. He was a veteran of the Civil war of Co. G, 147 Reg. O. V. I. On Jan. 22, 1872 he was united in marriage to Elizabeth Knife. To this union were born 7 children. He is survived by the widow, one son Wesley Shrader, 17 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren and two aged sisters, Mrs. Mary Vance aged 84 years. and Mrs. Martha Honeyman aged 75 years. Four daughters and two sons
preceded the father in death.

WE hereby wish to extend our thanks to all neighbors and friends for their kindness and sympathy shown during the sickness and after the death of our dear husband and father and grandfather, William Shrader; to Coppock & Lee, to Dr. W. L. Guard for his consoling words, and for the beautiful floral tributes.
Schrader, William A. (I2952)

A soldier of the American Revolution, served the regiment of Col. James Johnson, Maryland Troops, stationed at Morristown, NJ. Pension Application 4140. He also served as a guard in company of Captain Winchester at the Hessian camp at Frederick, Frederick county, MD. 
Gordon, Daniel (I5714)

Burt L. Lackey, D. D. S.
.....Dr. Burt L. Lackey, dental surgeon at Xenia, was born in the vicinity of Oakland, in Clinton county, this state, June 15, 1872, son of Enos Ellsworth and Laura (Sellars) Lackey, both of whom were born and reared in the neighboring county of Warren and the latter of whom is still living, now making her home at Xenia.
.....Enos Ellsworth Lackey was born on September 30, 1844, a son of Enos Lackey and wife, pioneers of Warren county, the former of whom was born in 1802 and who were the parents of fourteen children. Reared in Warren county, Enos E. Lackey later made his home for a while in Clinton county and in 1873 moved to the village of New Burlington, on the Green-Clinton county line and was there engaged in the general lumber business the rest of his life, operating a saw-mill and dealing in lumber, timber and logs and also engaged as a building contractor, his death occurring there on January 9, 1903. Mr. Lackey was a Republican and for years rendered service as a member of the local school board. He was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church, as is his widow, and at the time of his death was a member of the official board of the same. To him and his wife were born three sons, of whom Doctor Lackey is the youngest, the others being Walter Lackey, of New Burlington, a farmer, and Raymond L. Lackey, who was engaged in the grocery business at New Burlington and who died on September 1, 1907.
.....Upon completing the course in the New Burlington high school Burt L. Lackey began teaching school and for three years thereafter was the teacher of the school in the Buck Run district in Clinton county. He matriculated at the Ohio College of Dentistry and was graduated from that institution with the class of 1896. Thus equipped for the practice of his profession, Doctor Lackey returned to his home at New Burlington and opened an office there, continuing in practice at that place for eighteen months, at the end of which time, in January, 1898, he located at Xenia, where he ever since has been engaged in practice, with present offices in the Steele building. Preparatory to his marriage in 1902, Doctor Lackey built a house at 20 Home avenue, Xenia, where he is still living.
.....Doctor Lackey has been twice married. On September 10, 1902, he was united in marriage to Ada Frances Clark, who was born and reared in Gallia county, this state, and who for nine years prior to her marriage had been engaged as a special teacher at the Ohio Soldiers and Sailors Orphans Home at Xenia. To that union were born three children, Clark, born on December 10, 1903; Dorothy, May 9, 1907, and Helen, January 1, 1911. The mother of these children died on March 27, 1914, and on June 30, 1915, Doctor Lackey married Jessella Beebe, who was born at Kingman, Kansas, and who was reared at Elwood Indiana, in which latter city her father, John W. Beebe, is still living. [Source: Michael A. Broadstone, "History of Greene County, Ohio: its people, industries and institutions", Indianapolis, B.F. Bowen, 1918, pg. 654, 6550]

Lackey, Dr. Burt LaFetra (I6792)

Christian Hauver was a deacon of the Mt. Moriah Lutheran Church, Foxville, Frederick, County, MD. Married March 11, 1823, Frederick County, MD. 
Hauver, Christian (I5725)

Coleman lived in Montana, Carrie answered his ad for a wife 
Hildebrant, Carrie (I1546)

Declined to administer the Estate of her late husband Henry Florea.
Turner, Mary (I1430)

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