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Obituaries for March thru July 1901

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Surnames: STEMPLE
Decedent: Milton Stemple

Date listed: Wednesday, March 20, 1901

(Submitted by Barbara Ann Smith, bas@coshocton.com)

Martin Stemple
This well known and respected citizen died at the home of his son, Milton Stemple, Tuesday, March 12, 1901, of the infirmities of old age. Mr. Stemple had been in feeble health for several years, but for the last year had been confined to the house. He was born in Washington township, Carroll Co, January 6, 1822, on the old Stemple farm now owned by James Tripp. Was one of a family of 11 children of whom four survive., Jacob of Ada, Ohio, Levi of Wellington, O., Milton of Indianapolis, Ind., and Mrs. Barbara Dumbleton of Carrollton. He was married to Rebecca Harsh August 31, 1848, to whom eight children were born, three of whom, with the widow, survive him, viz: Mrs. Emma Robbinson of Ada, Ohio, Mrs. Carrie Shultz and Milton Stemple of this place. It was with the latter that he made his home. Was a lifelong and consistent member of the Lutheran church. The funeral was held Thursday afternoon, his pastor, Rev. Arnholt, officiating.



Surnames: SEMPLE
Decedent: Edward Semple

Date listed: Wednesday, April 17, 1901

(Submitted by Barbara Ann Smith, bas@coshocton.com)

Killed by the Cars: Edward Semple Monday morning Shober Semple received a telegram that his brother Edward, a fireman on the Pan-handle, had been killed a few hours before, in the yards at Colliers, West Va. Shober took the first train for Colliers. Deceased was assisting in making a switch when the train struck him, throwing him under the wheels, causing instant death. (He was a son of Robert Semple, deceased, of Monroe township, aged about 30 years. Leaves a wife and two children twins, girl and boy, two years old, to mourn his sad death, also several brothers. Buried today at 10 o'clock in Cleveland. His brothers, Guy, Shober, Samuel and Howard attended the funeral.



Surnames: KESSLER
Decedent: Anthony J. Kessler

Date listed: Wednesday, May 1, 1901

(Submitted by Don Kear, dkear@zoomtown.com)

Anthony J. Kessler died at his home in Cleveland of heart trouble He was found dead in bed Saturday morning last. Mr. Kessler was formerly a resident of New Harrisburgh. He went to Cleveland over twenty years ago and engaged in the dry goods business. Was connected with a wholesale millinery house at the time of his death.



Surnames: KIRBY
Decedent: Frank M. Kirby

Date listed: Wednesday, May 1, 1901

(Submitted by Don Kear, dkear@zoomtown.com)

Dr. Frank M. Kirby, a practicing physician, located at Rockford, Mercer county, Ohio, died in a Cincinnati hospital last week. Deceased was a brother of H. W. Kirby of Lamartine. He leaves a wife and child.



Surnames: KESSLER
Decedent: Anthony J. Kessler

Date listed: Friday, May 3, 1901

(Submitted by Don Kear, dkear@zoomtown.com)

Anthony J. Kessler of Cleveland was found dead in bed Saturday morning last. He was a son of the late Philip Kessler of New Harrisburg, and went to Cleveland soon after the war where his father set him up in business. He was connected with a wholesale millinery house at the time of his death, although he had been a merchant and afterward conducted a hotel. Michael Halter and wife attended the funeral.



Surnames: KELLY
Decedent: Mary Lydie Kelly

Date listed: Wednesday, May 8, 1901

(Submitted by Don Kear, dkear@zoomtown.com)

MARY L. KELLY. Mary Lydie Kelly died at her home in Oneida Saturday morning last of conjestion (sic) of the liver-aged 54 years. She was the mother of 14 children and and 19 grand children, 11 of her children are living, all of whom with 17 grand children were present at the funeral, Her husband preceded her to the tomb three years ago. She was interred at Mt. Zion cemetery on Monday.



Surnames: KELLEY, KELLY
Decedent: Mary Kelley

Date listed: Friday, May 10, 1901

(Submitted by Don Kear, dkear@zoomtown.com)

On Saturday morning the spirit of Mrs. Mary Kelley took its flight to the great beyond. Monday afternoon her body was laid to rest in the Mount Zion churchyard beside that of her husband who preceded her. Mrs. Kelley was a very affectionate mother, a good kind neighbor and a loving, sympathizing friend. She will be sadly missed not only by her children but by all who knew her. The family have the sympathy of the community in their sad bereavement.



Surnames: KELLEY
Decedent: Mary Kelley

Date listed: Friday, May 10, 1901

(Submitted by Don Kear, dkear@zoomtown.com)

Mrs. Mary Kelley of Oneida died Saturday morning of congestion of lungs and liver. She had been sick in bed about ten days. She had a large family of children-14 in all, 11 of whom are living, 8 girls and 3 boys-and her death is a hard blow to them as they will be left alone, the father having died in the Pennsylvania oil field about four years ago. Both parents now rest in Mt. Zion cemetery. All the children were home for the funeral, except one, who was to sick too attend. Mrs. Kelley's maiden name was Leyde, having been a sister of the late Wm. Leyde of Augusta. She was a woman greatly admired in a large circle of friends.



Surnames: RUTLEDGE
Decedent: John Rutledge

Date listed: Friday, June 14, 1901

(Copied by Don Kear, dkear@zoomtown.com)

Mrs. John Rutledge of Union township, relict of the late John Rutledge, died Sunday night of dropsy. Interment Wednesday at the M. P. burying ground, Rev. McGrath, her pastor, officiating. She was an aged lady, and was held in high esteem by the community.



Surnames: REEDER
Decedent: Samuel Reeder

Date listed: Thursday, July 25, 1901

(Copied by Don Kear, dkear@zoomtown.com)

Samuel Reeder, a carpenter working on Thomas Patterson's barn near Augusta, died suddenly of heart trouble Thursday last Mr. Reeder's home was in Minerva.



Surnames: ROSS
Decedent: William Ross

Date listed: Thursday, July 25, 1901

(Copied by Don Kear, dkear@zoomtown.com)

William Ross, a respected citizen of Perrysville, died at his home on Sunday, July 21, after a lingering illness with cancer of the stomach. Deceased was a soldier of the Rebellion, and a blacksmith by trade. He leaves a wife and five grown children to mourn his loss. Funeral was held on Tuesday. His age was about 65 years.



Surnames: REEDER
Decedent: Samuel Reeder

Date listed: Friday, July 26, 1901

(Copied by Don Kear, dkear@zoomtown.com)

Samuel Reeder, while at work on the Patterson farm last Thursday morning, fell dead from heart failure probably induced by excessive heat. Mr. Reeder lived in Minerva, was about 50 years of age, and leaves a widow and four children, He lived in Alliance until recently, where he was employed as a molder. Remains interred Saturday at Hanoverton.



Surnames: REEDER
Decedent: Samuel Reeder

Date listed: Friday, July 26, 1901

(Copied by Don Kear, dkear@zoomtown.com)

Last Thursday our people were much shocked and grieved at the sudden death. of Mr. Samuel Reeder. He had left home Monday to do some work on a barn near Pattersonville. While working on a scaffold. he became ill and died in just a few minutes, heart failure causing death.



Surnames: ROSS
Decedent: Wm. Ross

Date listed: Friday, July 26, 1901

(Copied by Don Kear, dkear@zoomtown.com)

Wm. Ross died at home in Perrysville Sunday evening after a long illness with cancer of the stomach-aged 65 years. A widow and five children survive. By trade a smith and a veteran of the war.




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