Schneider--George SCHNEIDER, aged 51 years, died yesterday morning at 6 o'clock at his late residence at the corner of Washington and Water Street, from ulcers of the liver. The funeral will be held from St. John's Evagelical church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment at Ferncliff.
Additional Information: This obituary also was listed in the newspaper "The Springfield Times" on 22 Feb 1897.
George SCHNEIDER died of of abscess of the liver at his home, corner of Washington and Walter streets at 6 o'clock this (Friday) morning. The funeral services will be held at St. John's German Lutheran church at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Interment at Ferncliff.
Coroner Schaeffer was called at 5 o'clock yesterday evening to the home of George and Elizabeth LORTON at the rear of No 5 engine house, where their little 5 month old daughter, Mabel, had died suddenly and unattended in her cradle. The child had been ill five weeks and the parents being Christian science people considered the services of a physician unneccessary, believing as they stated to the coroner, that if it was the will of the Lord, that the child should die, the services of a physician could not benefit it. The coroner has not come to any decision in the matter and a post mortem may yet be necessary to determine the cause of death. The funeral services will occur from the house Friday morning at 9:30 o'clock. Interment at Vale cemetery. Information submitted by Marilyn Hansen, GNEOLOG@aol.com
Mrs. Edward WREN, the wife of the well-known dry goods merchant, died last (Monday) night at 8 o'clock in Columbus, where she had gone for treatment. Mrs. WREN had been an invalid for many months, but there had been no change in her condition which would have been a premonition of her sudden death. Her health had been better during the few days preceding the end and she had expected to come home soon. Mrs. WREN' s maiden name was Margaret M. KINNANE. She was born in Ireland in 1849. She was married to Edward WREN on the 22d of October, 1871. In 1872, Mr. and Mrs. WREN came to this country, coming direct to Ohio, making their home at Lancaster, and then removing to Springfield where they have resided since. Thirteen children were born to Mr. and Mrs. WREN and eight survive their mother - - James, Gretatta, Alphonso, Raphael, Alice, Edward, Thomas and Christopher. Three brothers also live in this city, Edward, John, and James KINNANE, and a sister, Miss Bridget KINNANE. The body was brought from Columbus this morning. The funeral arrangement will be announced later.
Using date of death. Thos J. WREN, son of John WREN, 394 S. Fountain av., died at 10 this a.m. at Edward Wren's store, where he had been a clerk for nearly two years. Previous to that time he was a student at St. Raphael's school. About an hour before his death he was taken suddenly ill with excruciating pains in his stomach. Medical aid was of no avail and as a result one of Springfield's most popular young men, and a favorite at the store, passed into eternity. He was in his 20th year. Father Sidley performed the last rites of the church at the store. Mrs. WREN arrived just in time to see her son alive. Thomas' father who is in Lexington, Ky, has been telegraphed of his son's death. Doctor in attendance said cause of death was congestion of the brain.
Also published in an unknown newspaper was this article, though it was in the same time period. The funeral of Thos. WREN, the beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. John WREN, held at St. Raphael church at 9 o'clock this morning was one of the largest and most impressive ever held in the parish. The main auditorium was crowded to the doors, many people having to stand, and some could not gain entrance to the church. Rev. Father SIDLEY conducted the impressive funeral mass and delivered an earnest sermon. He paid a glowing tribute to the high Christian character and sterling qualities of the deceased who had been so suddenly called just as he was entering upon the duties of life. The coffin containing the remains of the deceased was covered with beautiful bloom, bearing testimony to the love and esteem in which he was held by the entire community. The pall bearers were Harry KALIHER, Jas. DWYER, John CODY, Sam'l LEVY, Chas. BRANNAN, Ray WREN, Frank BROOME, Dan'l FOGARTY. The remains were taken to Calvary cemetery where they were interred with the usual ceremonies of the Catholic church conducted by Rev. Father Sidley.
Ludwig JUNG, aged 61 years, died at 1 o'clock yesterday morning at his late home, 671 East Main Street, of a complication of diseases. The funeral will occur from St. Bernard's Church Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock. Interment at St. Bernard's Cemetery.
William GRAHAM, aged 29 years, died suddenly yesterday afternoon at his home, 275 West Southern Avenue. He was a brother of Harry GRAHAM, who died recently, and leaves a mother, a wife and one child. The funeral will occur from the residence Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment at Ferncliff Cemetery. The deceased was a florist and was employed by the Good and Reese Co. He had sustained an attack of measles early in the winter from which he never fully recovered. He began feeling badly at 9 o'clock yesterday morning and had quit work. He went home and grew steadily worse until the hour of his death, which occurred at 5 o'clock. Dr. BERRY, his physician, pronounced as his opinion, that death was due to apoplexy, but the coroner will view the remains today.
Harold ALDRICH, age 2 years died yesterday morning at the home of his parents on Belmont avenue, of cholera infantum. The funeral will occur Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the residence, Interment at Ferncliff cemetery. Information submitted by Marilyn Hansen, GNEOLOG@aol.com
Death of John SPANGENBERGER Occurs Last Evening. John SPANGENBERGER died last evening at his late home, 665 East Main Street, after an illness of over a year. His death was due to dropsy. Deceased was 54 years of age and was born at Fairfield, O. He was a brother of Councilman Joseph SPANGENBERGER. He leaves a family of four children. The funeral will be announced later.
The funeral of John SPANGENBERGER who died Saturday evening will be held Tuesday morning at 8:30 o'clock at St. Bernard's church. The Union Veterans Union and the German Benevolent society will have charge of the services. Deceased was one of the oldest saloonkeepers in the city. He leaves a widow and four children, Conrad, member of the Cadet bank, Peter, Jacob and Mary.
Funeral of Wilbur ROPP Will be Held Tuesday Afternoon. The funeral services over the remains of Wilbur ROP, who died Saturday evening at the home of his parents, 160 West North Street, will be held at the residence Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. There will be a meeting of the embers of what was once Battery E at 7:30 this evening in the mayor's office in the west end of the city building, to take appropriate action on his death and make the necessary arrangements to attend the funeral in a body. The remains will be interred in Ferncliff Cemetery.
Moses CALLISON age 65 years died yesterday at this home in North Hampton from pneumonia. The funeral will be held Tuesday morning at 9:30 o/clock at the Reformed church at North Hampton, and the interment will be at Ferncliff cemetery
Eli JOHNSTON, aged 67 years, died yesterday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at his late home one mile east of Enon. The cause of death was Brights Disease, he having been ill but two weeks. The funeral services will take place Friday at 2 pm from the residence and the burial will be at Enon Cemetery.
Yellow Springs, Ohio Mrs. Minerva KEIFER PALMER dies at her home in Columbus, Ohio July the 22nd, after a serious illness of about 14 weeks. Mrs. PALMER spent most of her early life at YellowSprings and will be remembered as a school girl and afterwards as a teacher. She taught for sometime in the public schools of YellowSprings. The funeral service was held at her home on last Monday afternoon, conducted by Dr. SCOTT, Rev. Byron W. LONG, and Rev. Joseph CLARKE. Her body was brought to Springfield, Ohio and interred in the KEIFER lot at Fern-Cliff Cemetery. Her husband and three children: Walter K., Elmer B. and Mary Ella, feel deeply their bereavement, but have the sympathy of many friends.
TREMONT Tremont Aug. 26. Mrs. Shaffer and Mrs. Buck of Lima, attended the funeral of Esquire Evilsizor. The funeral of Esquire Evilsizor which was held at Nettle Creek church Friday was largely attended. His age was 87 years, 3 months, and 13 days. He left ten children, fifty-six grandchildren and twenty-seven great grandchildren."
Miss Laura MARTIN, daughter of David MARTIN, whose funeral services were largely attended last Thursday, was but 21 years old. She leaves parents and five brothers and five sisters with a large host of friends to mourn her loss. She was a member of the Reformed Church of Tremont and was of a very quiet, unassuming, uncomplaining disposition, always pleasant, having nothing but a kind word for all humanity. Her sickness was very protracted and she fully realized her physical condition was fast wasting away. Consumption, the king of diseases had fastened its fangs so deeply that the once beautiful and fresh countenance that she bore, was changed so quickly and the struggle of life was quickly ended. Her soul was set at liberty and was wafted to her God who gave it and the loss to her hosts of earthly friends in her eternal gain.
FAITHFUL OFFICER DEAD. Adam NICKLAS Expires After a Long Illness. Officer Adam NICKLAS died yesterday morning at 7 o'clock at his home 115 East Columbia street, of a complication of disease. Mr. NICKLAS was 50 years old, and has been in poor health for the past six years, being unable to do anything for the last two months, most of which time he has been confined to his bed. He came to this city twenty-five years ago, and for many years worked in the stone quarries west of the City. In 1885 he was appointed a regular patrolman and has been on the force since that time. Under Mayor Good, Mr. NICKLAS was appointed keeper of the station house and made many friends during his fifteen years of faithful public service. The funeral will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, at the residence, burial at Ferncliff. The police held a meeting last evening in the office of the chief and appointed the following committee to purchase a suitable floral design and make other arrangements: Chief Leuty and Officers Lawless, Sullivan, Smith, Cashin and Warner. The police will attend the funeral in a body and will ask the police and fire board to assist in defraying the funeral expenses. Chief O'Brien will designate pallbearers from the force, naming them today.
Our citizens were greatly shocked to learn of the sudden death of their former townsman, Jasper N WARD, late of Springfield. Mr. WARD lived in Tremont for many years and he with his family were highly respected. In this sad bereavement, the family have the sympathy of our entire community. A large number attended the funeral at Westville, Thursday.
Carl DAVIS was born February 23, 1882, died March 23, 1900, aged 19 years, 1 month. Carl was a splendid son, a constant joy to his parents, and a pleasure to the community in which he lived. His memory is a sweet incense to all who knew him. Though one loss is irreparable, and one sorrow seems more than we can bear, yet we all say "Thank God for such a son" Don't grieve for me father and mother dear, But look for me among the angel band; We had many pleasures while here, But our joys will be complete when we meet in the glory land.
Page 4. Issue cost - 1 cent. John Milton COLLISON, of near Simm's chapel, died yesterday morning at 7:30 o'clock, of heart and kidney trouble. The funeral will be held at Simm's Chapel tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock, the funeral leaving the residence at 8:30, and burial will be in the Collison Cemetery. Information submitted by Marilyn Hansen, GNEOLOG@aol.com
Page 4. Stephen H. HAGENBUCH, residing near Fairfield, O. died Thursday evening from cancer of the jaw. He was 54 years of age. Funeral services will be held at the Reform church at 2 o'clock this afternoon under the auspices of Reed commandery, Scottish Rite Masons of Dayton.
Page 4. Fannie J. UNDERWOOD, wife of O.C. UNDERWOOD, night watch man at the Warder, Bushnell & Glesener shops, died last evening of a complication of diseases. Funeral Tuesday afternoon at North Street A.M.E. church. Burial at Ferncliff.
Nettie E. NEFF, formerly of this city, a sister of A. R. COBAUGH, died yesterday morning at her residence in Boston, Mass. The body will be brought to this city for burial. Due funeral notice will be given. Information submitted by Marilyn Hansen, GNEOLOG@aol.com
Leonard WILSON, the 8 months old son of Frank WILSON, died Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, at the family residence in Lawrenceville. The funeral will occur at their residence this morning at 10 o'clock. Information submitted by Marilyn Hansen, GNEOLOG@aol.com
Mrs. Stella MALEY of Ellsworth street has received an announcement of the death in Columbus of her cousin Paul MIRANDA. He is a nephew of Milton MIRANDA of 171 Rice street. Information submitted by Marilyn Hansen, GNEOLOG@aol.com
The funeral of Jacob KISER was largely attended. Mr. KISER was the oldest man in Tremont being 78 years old and has been a resident of the town for many years. Our esteemed friend, Henry DEAM, who has been a resident of the town for many years is now considered the oldest male inhabitant of the city. Readers of our letters stop for a moment and think what the grim reaper (death) is doing for our community. Probably you and I may live to be the senior one. Additional Information on June 9, 1900 was reported The public sale of the personal effects of the late Jacob KISER, Wednesday was well attended and brought good prices.
The funeral of Josiah FABER, who died after a long illness Monday morning was held at the Reformed Church Wednesday afternoon. Rev Dr TAYLOR had charge of the services. Mr. FABER was 71 years of age and was in business in Tremont for about 24 years. The store will continue to be run by his son, John FABER, for a while, at least
D. B. MORRIS attended the funeral of Mrs. Eunice M BRUNNER who died at her late home 123 West Pleasant Street, Springfield, Wednesday. She was the wife of the venerable Daniel BRUNNER and has a large following of friends in and around Tremont. Funeral was held Friday at 3 p.m.
The funeral of Miss Mary Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde BLOSE who died Tuesday evening and was buried Thursday afternoon at Mt Calvary, was largely attended by friends and relatives from Springfield and Moorefield and Westville. Her illness was brief, only a few days.
Genevieve WREN, 15 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward WREN, died Sunday morning at 6 o'clock of congestion of the brain. Funeral at the residence on North Limestone Street Tuesday at 10 a.m. Burial at Lagonda avenue cemetery.
Mrs. Charles SPANG, nee Miss Mary CALLAHAN, died at her residence, 734 East Main Street, this morning at 1 o'clock of a complication of diseases. She was the wife of Charles SPANG the well know machinist. She leaves one child. Funeral announcements will be made later.
The many friends of the late Mrs. Eli WEAVER, who moved to Kokomo, IND, almost 39 years ago from Tremont regret to hear of the death of this sainted woman which occurred at Kokomo Saturday evening, August 18. "Aunt Margaret" by which name she was familiarly known, was a lifelong and consistent member of the M E Church, she being at the time of her death 86 years old and was one of the oldest citizens of Kokomo. She was the widow of Eli WEAVER, who preceded her in the grave 32 years ago. The funeral services were conducted by Rev BAILEY at the residence of Mrs. Amelia WILY. The deceased was highly esteemed by all who knew her, and the surviving children, Samuel WEAVER and Mrs. WILEY have the sympathy of our entire neighborhood.
Kendrick - Funeral services of Mrs. Susan KENDRICK will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence, 60 Pontiac Street. (Additional Information by submitter: Denise Kendrick firstname.lastname@example.org Susanah H HARRIS married William H KENDRICK in Springfield, OH in 4/03/1881. They had 2 daughter born in Springfield before moving to Indiana. I believe this is the Suzy (KALP) HARRIS that is listed as a widow in the 1880 census.
The funeral of one of Tremont's old citizens, Akery BERRY, was held Thursday morning at Myrtle Tree Church. Mr. BERRY was a much respected citizen and at his funeral the church was crowded with old neighbors and friends. He moved to Tremont almost three years ago. His age was about 68 years. The heirs of estate of the estate of Akery BERRY, deceased, met at the homestead in Tremont Friday evening to arrange for the settlement of the estate. George BERRY, Roy BERRY, Albert BERRY, Charles and Mrs. STRAUB of Springfield, and A C WYANT and daughter of Springfield were present. Roy BERRY is administrator. On April 7, 1901, it was reported Mrs. George and Gertie BERRY and Mrs. Charles STRAUB of North Springfield were at the home of Mrs. Akery BERRY Wednesday.
William M RUPLE, who died in the Philippines, last November, and whose remains were shipped to Tremont, arrived last Thursday morning. Friday morning funeral services were held at the residence of his mother Our citizens turned out in respect for the dead hero. The interment was at Greenfield, to which point the family went with the remains after the services. The soldier left a widowed mother, several brothers and sisters, all of whom have the sympathy of our citizens.
On account of the death of President MCKINLEY the Order of Red Men of Wyacoda Tribe at Tremont, who had previously arranged to hold a fiddlers contest have withdrawn the contest and are arranging to have a memorial service in honor of our martyred president. Prominent speakers from Springfield and other places will take part, also Springfield, Lagonda and St. Paris lodges will be present, it is expected. The date is not of yet known, but it will be announced later. Never before in the history of Tremont has stores and shops with one or two exceptions closed on a week day in honor of the martyred president. The scene will never be forgotten. There were no demonstrations of bell tolling, nor bugle sounds to solemnize the occasion, but the citizens kept close the their homes, bowed down with sorrow. The town, since this memorable event, is practically dead; business is disheartened and our people are absolutely grief stricken.
The funeral of Daniel ROCKAFIELD, late of Springfield, Oh, was held at Tremont City Wednesday morning. Mr. Rockafield was a member of the Sixtieth regiment OVC enlisting in 1862, and was stationed at the frontier, Ft Laramie, and there fought many battles with the Soiux and Blackfoot Indians. Mr. Rockafield was present when in 1864 of Schronchin Chief buried the hatchet and then and there agreed to war no more with the palefaces. Mr. Rockafield was aid to General Custer's staff while in the frontier since raging war with the bloodthirsty Indians. Something remarkable about his man's service was that while he was through the war from beginning to end he was never wounded and suffered but little sickness although many times he was in perilous places and death was expected at any moment. He was buried with war honors. He was 56 years old and leaves a widow and several children, as well as a host of friends.
The funeral services of Corporal Harry I. WILSON will be held at the Reformed Church Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. His last sickness was of very short duration, only a few days, he having suffered a relapse from typhoid fever, the result of leaving his sick room too soon. He left his home in Springfield last Tuesday to visit his mother, Mrs. S. M. DAVIS, at Tremont, at which place he died Friday afternoon.
The funeral of the late Mary PECK who was 86 years old, was held Tuesday afternoon at Tremont. The deceased was the mother of Mrs. William KISER of Urbana. Funeral services by the Lutheran minister at Thackery.