Nicholas SPANGENBERGER, 34 died of complications Sunday at 6:20 a.m. at his home, 115 Lincoln avenue. The funeral will held Wednesday at 9 a.m. at St. Raphael's church. Burial will be made in St. Bernard's cemetery.
Herald Arthur WOODARD, the eight-months-old son of Harry and Ida WOODARD, died early Sunday morning. The funeral will be held at the home, 428 West Washington street Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial in Ferncliff. Funeral and burial private.
Page 2. The Funeral of David ENOCH , aged 90 years, a retired farmer, who died Sunday morning at the home of his son, William L. ENOCH , 119 Lincoln avenue, of a complication of diseases, will be held at Tremont City Tuesday afternoonat 2 o'clock from the Reformed church, and the burial will be made in Calvary cemetery of Tremont City. The funeral party will leave the residence in thiscity at 12:30 o'clock. Mr. ENOCH was the son of Henry and Mary ENOCH , and was born at Chapman creek, west of Tremont, in 1825. He was a member of the Reformed church for a numberof years and leaves to mourn his loss two sons, John H. ENOCH , of Quincy, Illinios, and William L. ENOCH , of this city; a brother, Henry ENOCH of this city, and a sister, Mrs. Henry PENCE of Oregon. Five grandchildren andone great grandchild also survive him."
The funeral of Mrs Jane ANDERSON, aged 90 years, who died at her home, 527 South Fountain Ave, Wednesday morning following a short illness, will be held at the residence Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The services will be conducted by the Rev Willis A Cooper, pastor of the St Paul Methodist Church of which Mrs Anderson was a life long and the oldest member. The burial will be made in Ferncliff Cemetery. She was born in 1824 in New York City of English Irish parentage and came to Clark County ten years later with her family and watched the growth of Springfield from a tiny village to its present size. Mrs Anderson's mother was born in Manchester, England, and her father, John Anderson, in Armah County, Ireland. Her maternal grandfather came to this country with his oldest daughter and her husband, the son-in-law and daughter taking up a residence in Dayton, Ohio. After accompanying them to that place, the grandfather returned for the others of a large family. Mrs Andersons's mother was three months in crossing the water. Part of the family found homes and business in Paterson, NJ, where descendants of that branch are still living, and others settled in New York. Mrs Andersons parents were married in St George's Church, New York City, and to that union were born seven children. Mrs Anderson was the oldest born and all are now deceased. In 1844, at the age of twenty years, she was married to James Anderson, born in Greenfield, who died twenty-two years ago this coming April. Mrs Andersons family name and that of her husband are the same, although the two families were not related. Mr Anderson came to Springfield with his family when he was about seven years of age, and in those early days knew every one in the "village". He died, he declared, "a stranger". Of the eight children born to Jane M and James Anderson, there are four still living -- O.H. ANDERSON, Mrs M.H. BOYD, Mrs Elizabeth FLAGO, and Mrs J.C. MECHLIN. On the four adjoining lots owned by Mr Anderson, three facing on South Fountain Avenue and one on Clark Street, houses were built and in these the four children now have homes. The houses have been remodeled since that time, but are still the same structures put up by Mr Anderson years ago, when there were practically no other houses in that vicinity. So added to the list of changes which Mrs Anderson had seen in the city and county, is that of witnessing Fountain Avenue grow into the handsome residence district is now is. Mrs Anderson, the oldest member of St Paul Methodist Episcopal Church, had always in her earlier years, been prominently identified with the city's work in that denomination. From the very inception of the Crusade work in this vicinity, she had been actively connected with that work, and took a very great interest in the 1914 "wet and dry" campaign, the progress of which she watched with close attention. She was one of the founders of the local YMCA which she had seen grow to the splendid influential institution of the present day. Mrs Anderson was a member of the original board of trustees of the Clark Memorial Home. In 1912, Mrs Anderson, as the oldest member of St Paul Church, burned the mortgage in the presence of a large congregation, when the church was relieved of that incumbrance. Her husband was a member of the first Methodist Chuch ever founded in Springfield. Mrs Anderson had eight grandchildren and six great grandchildren, in whom she took more than the ordinary interest and pride.
The funeral services of Mrs. Elizabeth SLAGER, widow of George L. SLAGER, formerly a resident of Paulding, took place at the home of her son A. L. SLAGER in Springfield, Ohio at four p.m. on Tuesday April 6th, Rev. W. A. Wiant being the officiating minister. At the service the following obituary was read: Mrs. Elizabeth SLAGER was born in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, June 3rd 1829 and died at her home No. 228 West Pleasant Street, in this city, April 5th, 1915. Her parents were Frederick and Mary CLAIR, the father being of English ancestry. On the 20th day of May 1848, at the age of 19 years, she was received into full membership in the Evangelical Lutheran church at Mt. Joy, Pa. by the Rev. W. M. Heighley, and all through life she carefully preserved the certificate of confirmation given her on that occasion and which she highly prized. She was married on July 9th, 1850 at her home in Newton, Pa. to George L. SLAGER, who died at Paulding, Ohio, November 8th, 1904. Soon after her marriage she came with her husband to Medway, Clark county, Ohio but on account of continued ill health they returned to their former home in Pennsylvania. In 1858 they again came to Ohio settling in this city temporarily, and she has ever since resided in the state with the exception of one year. Mrs. SLAGER was the mother of five sons and four daughters, all of whom lived to manhood and womenhood and of whom three sons and two daughters survive her. She was always a consistent christian and bore the burdens of life with a cheerful, optimistic spirit, that was an inspiration to all who knew her intimately. She had no fears for the future life and frequently said she was ready to go when the Lord called her. Her faith through life was expressed by her quotation from the Psalmist just a few days before her death, "The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want" adding these words, "He takes care of me."
Jacob SPANG Dies; Funeral Monday The funeral of Jacob Spang, age 71 years, who died Saturday morning of a complication of diseases, at this residence, 1615 East Main street, will be held Monday morning at 8 o'clock, at the St. Bernard church. Burial will be made in the St. Bernard cemetery. Mr. Spang has been in ill health for two years, and about eighty years ago met with a serious accident at the E. W. Ross factory, which necessitated the amputation of one of his legs. He was a native of Germany, coming to this country 35 years ago. He leaves his widow, and the following sons and daughters: Louis, John, Joseph and Mrs. Mary Hornberger, Mrs. Helen, Krupp, Mrs. Rosa Gaier, and Mrs. Anna Brugger, all of whom reside in this city.
The funeral of Harrison GORDON age 76 years,who died at his home in Enon Thursday evening, of a complication of diseases will be held at the Methodist church -- afternoon at 1:30. Burial will be made in the Enon cemetery. Mr. GORDON was born in Bethel township and has lived all of his life in Enon. He was a farmer and was well known in the community. He was a member of the G.A.R. and a 100 day man in the Civil war serving in Company E. For nine years, he was a tax assessor in Clark county and held that position until three years ago. Mr. GORDON was prominently identified with the Methodist church in Enon. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Martha GORDON, and last December, Mr. and Mr. Gordon, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. Besides his widow, Mr. Gordon leaves eight children. Mrs. Rosie FORBECK, Williss GORDON, Mr. Katherine SHANK, Mrs. Maude HART, Ezra GORDON, Silas GORDON and Mrs. Rachel MILLER all of whom reside in Enon with the exception of Mrs. Harte and George GORDON. There are 18 grandchildren and two brothers also left, William GORDON who lives in the National pike and Scott GORDON who resides in West North Street.
Death Calls Former Member of Council Joseph W. SPANGENBERGER; Well Well Known Bottling Works Man, Dies at His Home. After an illness extending over a period of three months, Joseph W. SPANGENBERGER, aged 63, better known as "Uncle Joe", well know soda water manufacturer, lifelong resident of Springfield and prominent church and lodge member, and a former council-man, died at his home, 110 East Main street, at 6:50 Monday morning from a complication of diseases. Mr. SPANGENBERGER was born in 1852 and ad been in the soft drink manufacturing business all his life. He was a charter member of the Moose lodge of this city and has been a faithful worker in the St. Bernard church for many years. He married Mary Ann BUSHONG in 1878, who died ten years ago. Three daughters Mary, Anna, Rose and one son, Edward, survive. Mr. SPANGENBERGER also leaves four sisters, Catherine and Mary SPANGENBERGER, Mrs. Peter LOTHSCHUETZ and Mrs. Caroline FISHER, all of this city. Mr. SPANGENBERGER was a member of the United Commercial Travelers and was a member of this city council for over twelve years. The funeral announcement will be made later.
Additional Information: This obituary also followed on 7/29/1915: The funeral of Joseph W. SPANGENBERGER, 63, who died at this home on East Main street, Monday morning, will be held at the St. Bernard church Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock. The burial will be made in the family vault at the St. Bernard cemetery.
The funeral of Mrs. Malinda Jane BYRD, 56, who died at her home, 817 West Grand avenue, at 7 o'clock Monday morning from a complication of diseases, will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Second Baptist church. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery.
Page. 7. Columbus and Franklin county authorities are searching for the driver of an automobile which crashed into an ambulance on Sullivant avenue, Columbus, while on its way to the Grant hospital, resulting in the instant death of William VANSKIVER, 48, a prominent farmer living two miles west of Mechanicsburg and slight injuries to two other persons. The Windshield of the Machine in which VANSKIVER was riding was broken, a piece of the glass severing his jugglar vein. VANSKIVER with Dr. A. L. BAKER, his wife and the driver were rushing Robert VANSKIVER, three years old, to the hospital for an abdominal operation when the crash came. It is said the machine which struck the ambulance was being driven by a negro who did not stop after the accident. No one thought to secure the number of his license tag. Dr. DAVIS and the driver were neither seriously injured while Mrs. VANSKIVER escaped with but slight injuries. After the boy had been taken to the hospital by a nurse and Dr. BAKER it was decided that the diseases from which he was suffering was to far advanced to permit of an operation.
Page 7. Funeral services for Adam Lacey* RICE, aged 67 years, who died Sunday afternoon, at his home 235 E. Grand avenue, of typhoid fever, will be held at the residence Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery. Mr. RICE was the oldest son of Alonzo and Mary E. RICE. He was born and reared in this city, where he spent the greater part of his life. For the last twenty years he had been a faithful employee of the public schools, serving as janitor at the Clifton street school for two years and at the Lincoln school for eighteen. Besides his aged mother he is survived by his widow, one daughter, Mary RICE, who resides at the home, and a son, William RICE of Linden avenue, of this city. Three sisters, Mrs. Caleb BIRD, Mrs. Charles (Maria Ellen) TOLAND, and Mrs. Wesley (Mary Belle) MCDONALD, and one brother, Charles E. RICE, all of whom live in this city are also left. Additional information from Submitter. Middle name is Lafayette, not Lacey. Submitted by: Jane Martin Whitty (email@example.com)
Katherine KLOEPFER Answers Final Call After a residence of 61 years in Springfield, Katherine KLOEPFER, widow of John M. KLOEPFER, died at her home, 719 West Jefferson street Thursday morning at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. KLOEPFER was 77 years of age.Mrs. KLOEPFER was born in Germany in the year 1840 and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John SCHMIDT came to this city in 1854 where she has resided ever since. She was married in 1860 to John M. KLOEPFER, who for many years was engaged in the grocery business in this city. Her husband preceeded her in death five years ago. Mrs. KLOEPFER is survived by four children, two sons and two daughters. They are Mrs John S. SMITH and George KLOEPFER of this city; Mrs. Phillip SCHNEIDER of Urbana and Christopher KLOEPFER of Cleveland. Mrs KLOEPFER was for many years a member of Zion Lutheran church. The funeral will be held Saturday at 2 o'clock at the residence. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery. (Notes: 1st paragraph correct birth year is 1838 2nd paragraph Christopher KLOEPFER should have been Christian KLOEPFER. Submitted by: Ann Dodds, firstname.lastname@example.org)
WOMAN BURNED WHILE BOILING LARD DIES. Mrs. Elizabeth HOTZ Unable To Withstand Shock Occasioned By Injuries. Unable to withstand the shock caused by her injuries because of her advanced age, Mrs. Elizabeth HOTZ, who was fatally burned while boiling lard at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henry BERGER, on the Willow road, seven miles from this city, died Wednesday evening at 8:30 o'clock, eight hours after her injuries were received. Mrs. HOTZ was burned when the lard which she was cooking boiled over, igniting her clothing and severely burning her about the hands, arms, face and body. Mrs. BERGER who was burned while endeavoring to save her mother was recovering Thursday. The Skin fell from Mrs. HOTZ'S arms in large pieces, although the burns were not deep. She was intermittently conscious until 6 o'clock when she was overcome by a stupor from which she did not recover. Mrs. HOTZ was born in Germany and came to the United States when a child. She had resided in Clark County for about 60 years. Her husband preceded her in death many years ago. Besides Mrs. BERGER, Mrs. HOTZ is survived by three other daughters. They are: Mrs. A. D. HEINDEL, who resides in this county and Mrs. John USTLER and Mrs. Elizabeth NICKLAS, of Springfield. Mrs. Elizabeth HAERR, also a resident of this county, is a sister.
Mrs. Mary JONES, aged 66 years, died of a complication of diseases Friday morning at the City hospital. Mrs. JONES had been ill for some time. The body was taken to her home, 1701 Warder street. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Harry LOBAUGH, of this city. The funeral arrangements will be made later.
William N. SLUSHER, aged 60 years, died of a complication of disease Friday morning at the City hospital. The body was removed to the residence of Mrs. John SLUSHER, 14 North Light street, his sister-in-law, with whom he has been making his home. Mr. SLUSHER was a bachelor and for many years was a laborer at the Foos Gas Engine company. The funeral arrangements will be made later.
Mrs. Louise BURNS, aged 27 years, died of a complication of diseases Friday in a hospital in Columbus. The body will be brought to the home of her mother, Mrs. Catherine FAY, 1330 Warder street, Friday evening. Mrs. BURNS had been a sufferer for several years. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Catherine FAY; four sisters, the Misses Catherine, Mary and Loree FAY, all living at home, and Mrs. Chester GOOD, of this city. Two brothers, Michael and Frank, of Springfield, also survive. The funeral will be held Monday morning at 8 o'clock at th
Funeral services for Mrs. Rebecca DOBIE, aged 68 years, who died Thursday at the home of her son, Frank DOBIE, 129 West Jefferson street, will be held at the residence Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery. Mrs. DOBIE'S death was due to a complication of diseases, from which she had suffered for several months. She is survived by two sons, Frank and Edward DOBIE, both of this city. A daughter, Mrs. Jennie DISSEL, of Bellefontaine, is also left.
Mrs. Martha VANRICK, wife of Samuel VANRICK, died at the City hospital Thursday of a complication of diseases. The body was removed to her home, 1009 Oak Street. She is survived by her husband, four brothers and four sisters. The funeral services will be held at the residence Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery. Additional Information: Surname VENRICK variation.
Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret LOCKWOOD, aged 69 years, who died at her home, 970 Clifton Street, Wednesday of apoplexy, will be held at the residence Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery.
The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth HOTZ, aged 86 years, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henry BERGER, in the Willow road, as the result of a shock caused by burns which she received Wednesday, will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Zion's church. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery.
Cornelius KELLY, aged 72 years, died Thursday morning at his home, 118 North Water Street, of pneumonia. The funeral will be held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at the St. Raphael's Church. Burial will be made in the Lagonda Avenue cemetery.
Funeral services for Emma M. HAAS, aged 21 years, who died of a complication of diseases Wednesday afternoon at her home, 453 ˝ East Main Street, will be held Saturday morning at 8 o'clock at the St. Bernard's church. Burial will be made in the St. Bernard's cemetery.
Mrs. Mary Jane (HECK) CALLISON, (widow of Moses) aged 79 years, died of the infirmities of old age Wednesday morning at 1 o'clock at the home in North Hampton. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the German Reformed church in North Hampton. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery
Mrs. Mary Jane CALLISON, aged 79 years, died at her home in North Hampton, Wednesday morning of the infirmities of old age. Funeral services will be held at the German Reformed church in North Hampton, Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Burial will be made in the Ferncliff cemetery. Born in North Hampton, Mrs. CALLISON had lived there all of her life. She had endeared herself to her many friends by her cheerful disposition. She was a devoted member of the German Reformed church which she served faithfully for many years. Mrs. CALLISON is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Lydia Ellen JENKINS of New Carlisle, and three sons, David W. of North Hampton, Willard E of south of the city and Nevin E. of North Hampton. She also leaves thirteen grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren.
John W. DERR, aged 73 years, died at midnight Wednesday night at the Dayton Soldier's Home, from infirmities. The body will be brought to this city today and taken to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank E. GOOD, 1805 South Limestonest. Funeral services will be held at that residence tomorrow afternoon at2:30 o'clock. Burial will be made in Ferncliff Cemetery.
Pg. 5. Mrs. Mary E. RICE, aged 88 years, died at her home, 521 Rice street, Wednesday of the infirmities of old age. She had been ill for some time. She was the widow of the late Alonzo RICE, who died twelve years ago. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. C(aleb). A. BIRD, with whom she made her home for a number of years; Mrs. C(harles). M. TOLAND, and Mrs. W(esley). MCDONALD, all of this city. One son, C.A. RICE, also of this city and fourteen grandchildren and six great grand children are also left. A brother, Daniel AULT, of Locust Grove, survives. A son, A(lonzo) L(afayette) RICE died last September. Mrs. RICE was a member of the First Baptist church. She was ill for the past three years. The funeral services will be held at the residence, Friday at 2 p.m. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery.
First Man Pensioned By Harvester Company, James M. DAY, Dies. Veteran of Civil War Goes To His Reward - Resided Here 44 Years. James Michael DAY, aged 75 years, veteran of the Civil War, died Friday morning at 9:30 o'clock at his home, 17 South Murray Street, following a six months' illness of Bright's disease. Although Mr. DAY had been in failing health, he did not take to his bed until Thursday afternoon. From that time on he grew rapidly worse until his death Friday. Mr. DAY was born in Philadelphia. When quite a young man he came to this city with his brother, Charles DAY, from Bellefontaine, where he conducted a grocery. During his service in the Civil war he was a member of Company G, Ohio Volunteer infantry. During his residence in the city for 44 years he has been connected with the International Harvester company. He was the first man pensioned by this concern. He was a member of St. Raphael's church. His widow, Mrs. Catherine DAY, and three children, al of this city, survive. The children are: Miss Mary DAY, Charles and William DAY. A brother, Charles, lived in Bellefontaine, and a sister, Miss Louise DAY, in Cincinnati. Funeral services will be held at the St. Raphael's church Monday at 9 a.m. Burial will be made in the St. Bernard cemetery.
Jacob VOLLMER Dies After Long Illness. Jacob VOLLMER, aged 75 years, a lifelong resident of Clark county, died Sunday night at this home in the Bird road, following a several months illness of heart disease. Mr. VOLLMER was a veteran of the civil war, having served in the 94th company, Ohio Volunteer infantry. He was a prisoner at Andersonville for 19 moths, being among the first and last confined in this notorious Confederate prison. He was affiliated with the Mitchell post, Grand Army of the Republic. For many years he was an active member of the Methodist protestant church in Harmony. He was born in Muskingum County. He came to Clark County when he was but 11 years of age. Since that time be has made his home in the Bird road. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Vinton E. BUSLER, and a son, living in South America.
Miss Mabel COLLISON, age 16 years, died Wednesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nevin COLLISON, near North Hampton, of peritonitis. Funeral services will be held at the Reformed church in North Hampton, Friday at 1 pm. Burial will be made in Ferncliff Cemetery.
Funeral services for S. Jerome UHL, age 74 years, who died Wednesday of hardening of the arteries, at his home in Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, will be held in Ferncliff chapel Friday at 2:15 p.m. The body will arrive Friday at 1:51 p.m. over the Big Four railroad. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery.
The funeral of Miss Anna MCCLEARY, school teacher of Osborn, who died Wednesday at her home in that place, of pneumonia, will be held in Osborn, Friday, at 1:30 p.m. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery in this city.
Mary Elnora DUFFY, two weeks old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson DUFFY, 21 North Sycamore street, died Wednesday. The funeral will be held Friday at 9 a.m. at the residence. Burial will be made in the St. Bernard's cemetery.
Miss Mabel COLLISON, age 16 years, died Wednesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nevin Collison, near North Hampton, of peritonitis. Funeral services will be held at the Reformed church in North Hampton, Friday at 1 pm. Burial will be made in Ferncliff Cemetery.
Mrs. Lois RUST, aged 58 years, died at her home in Dialton, this county, Friday morning from cancer of the stomach. The funeral service will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Lawrenceville church. Burial will be made in the Lawrenceville cemetery.
Mrs. Lean WOODARD. Following a short illness of a complication of diseases, Mrs. Lean WOODARD, aged 21 years, died Wednesday night at her home, 1223 West Mulberry street. Mrs. WOODARD had lived in this city but a short time, coming here from Plattsburg. Three brothers, Clyde, Edward, and Milton FRANKLIN, and two sisters, the Misses Drusie and Nina FRANKLIN, all of Plattsburg, survive. She also leaves her husband, Emerson WOODARD, and a small baby daughter. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. WOODARD'S parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold FRANKLIN, at Plattsburg. Burial will be made in the Plattsburg cemetery
Mrs. Theresa CARROLL, aged 26 years, wife of John C. CARROLL, died Wednesday at the City hospital of a complication of diseases. She had been ill for three weeks. Mrs. CARROLL was formerly Miss Theresa MCNULTY, of Urbana. She had lived in this city for a year. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James MCNULTY; four brothers, Edward, Paul, Joseph and William MCNULTY, all of Urbana, and a baby daughter. The body was removed to her home, 102 East Madison Avenue. The funeral will be held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Raphael church. Burial will be made in St. Bernard cemetery.
Mrs Emily J EVILSIZOR, aged 76 years, died Thursday morning at 9 o'clock of a complication of diseases at her home 1036 West Broadway. She was born in Urbana and was a member of the Baptist Church of that place. Mrs. EVILSIZOR, is survived by seven sons. Lem, of this city, Melvin of Urbana, Jason of Urbana, Joseph of this city, William of Urbana, Ezra of this city, and Ernest of Urbana. Funeral services will be held at the residence Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Burial will be made in the Nettle Creek Cemetery near Urbana
Miss Gladys STICKLE, aged 12, daughter of John P. STICKLE, of the vicinity of New Carlisle, died at 1:55 at the city hospital Tuesday. She had been there but two days and the cause of the death could not be ascertained.
Elizabeth WOODARD, two-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson WOODARD, 416 Harrison street died at the baby camp, Wednesday evening. The body was taken to Plattsburg, Thursday, where funeral services took place at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
James C. HATFIELD, aged 65 years, died of a complication of diseases, Monday morning at the home of his sister, Mrs. R. H. MAGAW, 551 Chestnue Av. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1 pm at that residence. Burial will be made in the Garlough cemetery.
Former County Commissioner Dies James H. DALIE, Aged 64 (sic), Passes Away at Home in South Fountain Avenue. After a prolonged illness of 14 months, James H. DALIE, for 64 years a resident of Springfield, died at his home, 1024 South Fountain avenue, Wednesday at 4:10 p.m. from a complication of diseases. He would have celebrated his seventy-fourth birthday on December 22. Mr. DALIE was born at Sidbury, Devonshire, England, in 1842, and came to Springfield in 1862. He enlisted in the 110th Ohio Volunteer Infantry at the outbreak of the Civil war and served under General J. Warren Kiefer. In private life Mr. DALIE was a carpenter and general contracor, but retired from active businss about 10 years ago. He was a county commissioner for six years. He leaves his wife, formerly Miss Arabella ALDRICH of this city, to whom he was married in May 1871. He is also survived by one brother, John G. DALIE, of this city, and four sisters, Mrs. Alice AYERS, Mrs. Rose SEIBERT and Mrs. J.A. HOLMES of Cleveland, and Mrs. Cynthia HOLMAN of Columbus. Mr. DALIE was a member of the Knights of the Golden Eagle and of the Knights of Pythias. Funeral services will be held at the residence Saturday at 2 p.m. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery. ** the age in the headline is obviously incorrect, but is typed as printed. (Transcriber: Phyllis Reinheimer email@example.com)
D. Hamlin ILIFF, aged 73 years, died suddenly Saturday at 4:30 a.m. at his home, 824 Clifton Avenue of pleurisy. Funeral services will be held at the residence Monday at 2:30 p.m. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery. Both funeral and burial will be private. Friends may view the body Sunday afternoon at the residence from two to five o'clock.
D. Hamlin ILIFF, 73, Dies Suddenly. D. Hamlin ILIFF, aged 73, a bachelor, died suddenly Saturday morning at 4:30 o'clock of pleurisy at this home, 824 Clifton avenue. He had been ill but 48 hours. Mr. ILIFF was born in Cedarville, Ohio. He has lived in Springfield for the past forty years. He was a member of Central Methodist Episcopal church. He was survived by three sisters and one brother. They are: Miss Sue ILIFF, of this city: Mrs. Lestia MITCHELL, of New Carlisle; Mrs. Charles KENDALL of Piqua, and A. W. ILIFF, of Springfield. Funeral services will be held at the residence, Monday at 2:30p.m. burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery. Both the funeral and burial will be private.
James J. ANDERSON is taken by death. Infirmities of old age caused the death Friday of James J. ANDERSON, aged 88 years, of Lake View, at the Hull Private hospital. Mr. ANDERSON had been at this institution since October 1, 1916 for treatment. He is survived by the following children: John and Albert ANDERSON of Lake View; William ANDERSON, living in Michigan; Mrs. Clara MORRIS, OF Findlay and Mrs. Edna J. HULL of Springfield. Funeral services will be held at the Hull hospital, Saturday evening. The services will be private. The body will be taken to Walnut Hill cemetery, east of North Hampton, for burial, which will take place Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock.