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KINDLEBERGER Name of Newspaper is Wittenberg Torch, Springfield, OH on Thursday, April 7, 1921

Vol LVII, #25, page 1. Rear Admiral David KINDLEBERGER, MedicalCorps, U.S.N. died on March 25th at his home in New York City. AdmiralKindleberger was the oldest living alumnus of Wittenberg College, having graduated from the college in the class of 1855. He was 87 years old. Admiral Kindleberger was known as one of the few survivors of the Union naval campaign in the Gulf of Mexico under Admiral Farragut in the Gulf of Mexico and on the Mississippi river during the Civil War. At the time of his retirement from active service twenty-five years ago, he was the oldest officer in the service and had enjoyed the longest period of active service. Admiral Kindleberger was an Ohio boy. He came with his parents to live in Springfield when he was about 14 years of age. He graduated from Wittenberg College in 1855, and then entered Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. In 1859 he entered the naval service, receiving a commission as an assistant surgeon. He saw his first active service with the American naval squadron maintained along the coast of Africa to prevent and break up traffic in slavery. For a few months in 1861 he was detailed to the navy yard at Philadelphia. At the outbreak of the Civil War he was assigned for duty with the west gulf blockading squadron and participated in a number of the naval engagements off the southern coast, including the battle of Mobile Bay. In 1886 Dr. Kindleberger became fleet surgeon of the Pacific coast naval station. Two years later he was placed in charge of the naval hospital at Washington. He served for a number of years as a member of the Medical Examining board of the navy. In 1888 he was appointed head of the naval hospital at Philadelphia which post he held until his retirement. Admiral Kindleberger was retired from active service on September 2, 1896, having reached the age limit of 62. Since then he has traveled extensively throughout the world, and has resided in France, Italy, and Norway. During and since the world war, he has been residing in Washington and New York. Admiral Kindleberger is survived by his widow, Olivia. The funeral was held at Washington where interment took place at Oak Hill Cemetery. This information was submitted by Carol Schmalenberger, Pittsburg, California, R2AC@aol.com.

BAKER, CONFER, GINEVAN, KEAFAWVER, KISER, MENTZER Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Friday, April 22, 1921

Mrs. Sarah GINEVAN, 67, died Thursday morning at her home in Yellow Springs. She has been ill since last Sunday. She is survived by her husband, Neal GINEVAN; two daughters, Mrs. Howard CONFER of Xenia, and Mrs. Henry KISER of Springfield; two sisters, Mrs. KEAFAWVER and Mrs. BAKER, both living near Springfield, and two brothers, John MENTZER of Dayton, and A. J. MENTER, of Indiana. The funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the residence. The burial will be made in Glen Forest cemetery.

GRAF Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Friday, April 22, 1921

Nicholas GRAF, 50, died Thursday afternoon at his home, 316 East Columbia street. He had been ill but a few weeks. Mr. GRAF was born in Austro-Hungary. Several years ago he moved to America. His widow is now on her way to this country. He leaves a brother and sister and several children. He attended the St. Bernard church in Springfield. Funeral services will be held at the St. Bernard church Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock. Burial will be made in the St. Bernard cemetery.

BARKER, BOGGS, MECKLEY Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Friday, April 22, 1921

Mrs. Annie Louise BOGGS, widow of Henry H. BOGGS, a former resident of this city, died of pneumonia at her home in Brooklyn, N.Y., March 27, 1921, according to word received in this city, Friday. She had lived in Brooklyn for the last several years, where she was engaged in social service work. She leaves one daughter, Miss Evelyn Hope BOGGS, and two sisters, Mrs. Edwin B. MECKLEY and Miss Edith BARKER of Detroit. Burial was made in a Brooklyn cemetery. Mrs. BOGGS was a daughter of William BARKER, who was a tailor here at one time.

BACON, BROWN, HEIT, SHAFER Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Tuesday, April 26, 1921

Albert C. SHAFER, 73, died Tuesday morning at his home, 1025 South Center street. Mr. SHAFER had been suffering from diabetes for some time, but his condition was not thought to be serious until a few hours before death. He was formerly employed at the plant of the International Harvester Company, but recently was placed on the list of pensioners. He was born in Cincinnati and had lived many years in this city. He was a member of the Ohio Insurance Union and of Ephraim Lodge, I.O.O.F. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Lida SHAFER, a daughter, Mrs. Florence BROWN, and granddaughter Mary SHAFER, of this city; two brothers, William and Henry SHAFER, both of Cincinnati, and three sisters, Mrs. Mary HEIT, Miss Lizzie SHAFER and Mrs. Kate BACON, all of Cincinnati. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the residence. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery.

EVILSIZOR, GENTIS, GREEN, HOLL Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Tuesday, April 26, 1921

LEWIS EVILSIZOR, 79,TAKEN BY DEATH
Civil War Veteran and Native of Tremont City Lewis EVILSIZOR, 79, died Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at his home in Tremont City after an illness of several months. Mr Evilsizor had lived in the vicinity of Tremont all his life. He was a member of Poll Post G A R in Tremont. He leaves three daughters, Mrs. Julius Holl, Mrs. Ollie Green, and Mrs Earl Gentis all of Springfield. Six sons, Bert of Arizona, Marion of Michigan, John and Henry of Tremont City and Clement and Marshall EVILSIZOR, of Springfield. The funeral arrangements will not be made until the arrival of Bert Evilsizor from Arizona

CHASE, SCHNEIDER Name of Newspaper is Unk. Springfield, OH Newspaper on Friday, June 3, 1921

Gustave SCHNEIDER, 41, owner of the Schneider floral store and several greenhouses, and on of the city's highly respected citizens, died Friday morning at his home, 1407 South Center street. He had been in failing health for several years, but his condition was not considered serious until the last five weeks. Mr. Schneider was a man well liked by all who knew him. His many friends in this and other cities will learn of his death with the deepest regret. He was born in New Bremen, Ohio and was educated in the public schools of that place. He had made Springfield his home for the last twenty years. He had always been engaged in the floral business. Fourteen years ago he established his own business of which he was the sole owner. He operated the Schneider florist in East High street and also four greenhouses in Johnson avenue. He grew all of the flowers that he sold in his downtown shop. Previous to establishing his own Business, he was affiliated with the Springfield Floral company. Mr. Schneider was considered an authority on flowers and plants of all kinds. He was a member of the St. John Evangelical church. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Glenna SCHNEIDER, and one daughter, Audrey SCHNEIDER. One brother, Charles SCHNEIDER, and one sister, Mrs. Daniel CHASE, both of Springfield, and a half brother, Otto SCHNEIDER, of New Bremen, also survive The arrangements for the funeral will be announced later. Submitter: Christine Howard (cjh@EriNet.com). No newspaper indicated, but you can see the part of the heading which appears to have the word "Board".

BOSS, NUNNS, STIER Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Wednesday, June 8, 1921

Brother Of Local Woman Passes Away. Edgar BOSS 26, died at 6 o'clock Wednesday at the home of is uncle, Henry STIER in the Cincinnati Pike, near Xenia. Mrs. BOSS went to Xenia six weeks ago from Pennsylvania, suffering with tuberculosis and his condition had gradually declined until death came. Mr. BOSS was the son of the late Mrs. Elizabeth BOSS. His mother died at the home of her brother, Henry STIER, of Xenia, a year ago last April, and his father has been dead many years. Mr. BOSS is survived by one sister, Miss Rosa BOSS of Springfield, and a cousin, William NUNNS of Dayton, who was reared in the BOSS family. Mr. BOSS had been engaged as an iron worker in Pennsylvania. Funeral services will be held at the chapel at Woodland cemetery, Xenia, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock standard time. Burial will be made at Woodland cemetery.

BIGGS, KAUFFMAN Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Wednesday, June 8, 1921

The body of David Fisher KAUFFMAN, 65, who died Sunday at his home, one mile east of New Carlisle, was laid to rest in Ferncliff cemetery, Wednesday morning. Funeral services were held at the residence at ten o'clock. Mr. KAUFFMAN'S death resulted from injuries which he received when struck by an automobile last week while walking near his home. He was a member of the Church of God of Springfield and had been a resident of new Carlisle for 25 years. He is survived by his wife, one son, Bernard KAUFFMAN of Springfield, and one daughter, Mrs. Beatrice BIGGS of Sacramento, California.

HORNSBERGER, WREN Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Wednesday, June 8, 1921

Robert Thomas HORNSBERGER, eight-year-old son of Henry HORNSBERGER, died Tuesday evening at nine o'clock at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas WREN, 133 West Liberty street, following a short illness. Funeral services will be held at the home of the grandparents at two o'clock Thursday afternoon. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery. Both funeral and burial services will be private.

BOLTON, ROBERTS Name of Newspaper is Daily Morning Sun, Springfield, OH on Saturday, June 11, 1921

Edward Bolton, 73, one of the city's older residents, died Saturday morning at his home, 1569 East Harrison street, following a brief illness. He was born and reared in this city, where he had lived all of his life. He was a blacksmith. Besides his widow, Mrs. Mary Bolton, he is survived by the following children: William M. Bolton, J. Ward Bolton, Charles L. Bolton and Edward J. Bolton, all of Springfield; Mrs. Earl A (unreadable) of Marysville, Mrs. Charles R. Roberts and Miss Nellie E. Bolton, both of this city. Funeral services will be held at the St. Raphael church Monday morning at 9 o'clock. Burial will be made in Calvary cemetery.

KENNEDY, LYNCH, MAHONEY, VOLLMER Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Monday, June 20, 1921

Following a short illness, Mrs. Mary VOLLMER died Saturday morning at the city hospital. She lived at 246 East Columbia Street. The body was taken to the home of Mrs. VOLLMER'S aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth LYNCH, 525 York Street. Mrs. VOLLMER leaves her husband, John VOLLMER; three children, Marie, Betty Jane and Paul; her father, John J. Kennedy; three brothers, peter, John and Michael, besides two sisters, Mrs. David MAHONEY and Miss Agnes Kennedy, all of this city. Funeral services will be held at the St. Raphael church Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. Burial will be made in the St. Bernard cemetery.

ARMSTRONG, HOPPING, HORNEY, STRAWSBURG Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Monday, June 20, 1921

James HOPPING, Ill Year Dies. James A. HOPPING, 39, died Monday morning at this home, 834 West High Street. He had been ill for one year. Mr. HOPPING was born in Greene County. He had lived in this city since a young man. He was a machinist employed by the Foos Gas Engine Company. He was a member of Moncrieffe lodge, Knights of Pythias. A mother, Mrs. Margaret HOPPING, survives, besides three sisters, Mrs. Minnie E. STRAWSBURG, Mrs. Laura M. ARMSTRONG and Mrs. Dora M. HORNEY, all of this city, and a brother, Edward E. HOPPING, who also lives here. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the residence. Burial will be made in the Yellow Springs cemetery.

FLOCK, LOWTHER, WILLARD, WRIGHT Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Monday, October 3, 1921

Mrs. Emma LOWTHER, 55, a former resident of Springfield, died Sunday at her home in Philadelphia. She had lived in Springfield until about one month ago, when she went to Philadelphia. Mrs. LOWTHER had been making her home with her niece Mrs. Lloyd FLOCK in Philadelphia. She was born in Middleton, Md., and had lived in this city for many years. Besides her niece, she leaves a sister, Mrs. L. M. WRIGHT of this city, one brother, T. WILLARD of Washington, and four step-daughters, Misses Blanche, Hazel, Kitty and Maude.

FISHER, LOTHSCHUETZ, SPANGENBERGER Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Monday, October 3, 1921

Miss Katherine SPANGENBERGER, 73, died Sunday night at the home of her sister, Mrs. Louise LOTHSCHUETZ, 19 North Murray Street. She had been ill for four weeks. Miss SPANGENBERGER was born in Dayton, but had spent the greater part of her life in this city. She was a member of the St. Bernard church. Besides the sister at whose home she died, she leaves two other sisters, Mrs. Caroline FISHER and Miss Mary SPANGENBERGER, both of this city. Funeral services will be held at the St. Bernard church, Wednesday at 8:30 o'clock in the morning. Burial will be made in the St. Bernard cemetery.

EDWARDS, KELLY Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Monday, October 3, 1921

William F. EDWARDS, 52, died Sunday at the city hospital. He had been ill for several months. Mr. EDWARDS is survived by his widow, Mrs. Iona EDWARDS, and a daughter, Mrs. Fred KELLY. He was an aluminum metal pattern maker. The body was taken to the home of Mr. EDWARDS's daughter, at 435 West Euclid Avenue, where the funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery

BALDNER, FROCK, RUDOLPH Name of Newspaper is Unk. Springfield, OH Newspaper on Thursday, October 6, 1921

Funeral services for Mrs. Sophia FROCK, 77, who died Thursday at her home in South Vienna, will be held at 2:00 o'clock Sunday afternoon from the residence in South Vienna. She was the wife of Jeremiah FROCK and recently celebrated her fiftieth wedding anniversary. She had lived in South Vienna for 53 years. Besides her husband she also leaves three sons, Charles W. of Springfield, and George E. and Harry U. of South Vienna. Additional Information by submitter Lynn FROCK: There was also a daughter (Effie Jane) who died young in the 1870s. Parents names were John W. and Elizabeth [BALDNER] RUDOLPH. Penciled date on the obit is October 6, 1921. Lynn Frock, lmfrock@one.net

JUNG, KRUPP, VOLLMER, WHITACRE Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Tuesday, December 13, 1921

Funeral services for Joseph A. JUNG, 40, who died Monday night at his home, 102 Freeman street, will be held at the residence Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock in St. Bernard Church. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Grace JUNG; three sons, Joseph, Edward and Carl, of this city; four daughters, Ruth, Dorothy, Loretta and Mary, of this city; five brothers, Father Carl JUNG of Columbus and Ludwig, Peter and John of Springfield; and three sisters, Mrs. Caroline VOLLMER, Mrs. Adam KRUPP and Mrs. James WHITACRE all of Springfield. Burial will be made in St. Bernard cemetery.

LEHMAN, MCDANIELS Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Tuesday, December 13, 1921

Mrs. Meredian MCDANIELS, 68, died Monday evening at about 11 o'clock at her home, 304 Johnson avenue, after an illness of about one year. She leaves her husband, Jacob MCDANIELS; two sons, Fred and Orley; and one daughter, Mrs. Ethel LEHMAN, all of this city. She was a member of the Third Lutheran church. Funeral services will be held at the residence Thursday afternoon at two o'clock. Burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery.

JUNG, MONAGHAN Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Wednesday, December 21, 1921

August A. JUNG, 31, died Wednesday morning at 4:20 O'clock at Phoenix Arizona, where he went four years ago for his health. Mr. JUNG was born and reared in this city. He was at one time manager of the Home City Breweries in this city and while in Arizona was a notary public. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. John JUNG received work Tuesday that their son was failing rapidly in health and left for his bedside Tuesday night. Efforts are being made to reach them to apprise them of their son's death. Besides his parents he leaves, tow sons, Jack and William, three brothers, John, Albert and Alphonse, and three sisters, Miss Marie and Catherine, and Mrs. Edward MONAGHAN all of Springfield. He was a member of the St. Bernard church. The body will be brought to this city for funeral and burial.

CALLISON, STEPHENSON Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Tuesday, January 3, 1922

Funeral services for Mrs. Earl CALLISON, 49, who died Monday at their home, 121 South Western Avenue, will be held at the residence Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Burial will be made in the Lawrenceville cemetery. Mrs. CALLISON was born in Clark County. She had lived in Springfield for a number of years. She was a member of the Grace Methodist Episcopal church. Five children are left. They are; Robert, Harold, Beulah, Fred and Walter, all of this city, and her husband, Earl CALLISON. Her mother, Mrs. Anna STEPHENSON of North Hampton and a sister, Miss Emma Stephenson, also of that place; besides a brother, J.A. Stephenson, also survive.

BENTON, HARRELL Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Tuesday, January 3, 1922

Mrs. Miranda BENTON, 70 , wife of Rice Benton, died Tuesday morning at her home, 1835 Prospect avenue. Mrs. BENTON was a native of Kentucky. Besides her husband, she is survived by seven sons; Huston BENTON of Robinson, Kansas; Virgil BENTON of Hamlin, Kansas; William BENTON, of Hiawatha, Kansas; Charles BENTON of Pratt, Kansas; John, June and James BENTON, of Springfield, and one daughtrer, Mrs Eva HARRELL, of Pratt, Kansas

ROLLER Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Tuesday, January 3, 1922

Mrs. Anna ROLLER, 56, wife of A. J. ROLLER, died Monday afternoon at her home in North Hampton. She had been ill for one year. Mrs. ROLLER was a member of the Reformed Church in Tremont. Besides her husband, she leaves one son, Harry of North Hampton. Funeral services will be held at the North Hampton Reformed church. Thursday afternoon at one o'clock. Burial will be made in the Enon cemetery.

MORGAN, WEST Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Tuesday, January 3, 1922

Apoplexy cause the death Monday afternoon at the city hospital of Dr. J.H. WEST, 82. He lived at the home of Dr. I.P. MORGAN, 114 South Lowry avenue. He was a retired physician and as far as can be learned, leaves no relatives. His birthplace was Kentucky and he was a graduate of the Louisville Medical college. The body was removed to the Jackson funeral home.

BOOLMAN, LONEY, SCHAAL, WEBB Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Friday, January 6, 1922

Funeral services for Mrs America E WEBB, 32, who died Tuesday at her home in Detroit, will be held Saturday afternoon at two o'clock at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs W.A. BOOLMAN, 422 West Mulberry St. Burial will be made in Ferncliff Cemetery. Mrs Webb was a former resident of this city. She belonged to the American Insurance Union here. Besides her parents, she leaves three sisters, Mary BOOLMAN, Mrs Della LONEY and Mrs Helen SCHAAL all of this city.

MCKINNEY Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Friday, January 6, 1922

Mrs Ruth McKinney, 24, died Wednesday at the home of her parents, Rev and Mrs S.D. Day at Wilmington. She was a former resident of this city. She was a member of the Trinity Afro-American Methodist Episcopal Church of this city, where she had lived for two years. Her husband, William McKinney survives, besides her parents. The body will arrive in this city Friday afternoon and be taken to the Patterson undertaking parlors. Funeral services will be held at the Trinity Church Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. Burial will be made in Ferncliff Cemetery.

CHASE, SCHNEIDER Name of Newspaper is Unk. Springfield, OH Newspaper on Thursday, January 12, 1922

Date of Death January 12, 1922 according to the Ohio Death Index. Charles F. SCHNEIDER . . . superintendent of the Robbins and Myers company, , died suddenly of acute indigestion Thursday morning at 9:15 o'clock in the first aid room of the plant. Mr. Schneider was taken ill while on his way to work and rapidly grew worse later he reached the plant. All that could be done was brought to bear for Mr. Schneider, but to no avail. His body was removed to the Schneider home at 1404 South Center Street. He had been promoted only two months ago. Previous to that he had been superintendent of Plant No. 1 of the company. Mr. Schneider had been identified with the company for twenty-two years, ever since he had lived in Springfield. He was a man of capability and liked by all who knew him. Mr. Schneider was born in New Bremen, Ohio where he received his education. He was a member of the German Lutheran church there. He belonged to the Lagonda club of this city. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth SCHNEIDER, and the following eight children all of Springfield: Francis, Harold, Miss Anna, August, William, Joseph, Miss Elizabeth and Miss Mary. Two children are dead. Three grandchildren, Frances Marie, Charles SCHNEIDER, Jr., and Mary Louise SCHNEIDER all residing here, are also left, besides a sister, Mrs. Daniel CHASE of Springfield and a step-brother, Otto SCHNEIDER of New Bremen.
Submitted by Christine Howard (cjh@EriNet.com) The above obituary also does not give a newspaper or a date. I know from family records that the date of death was January 12, 1922. The first line of text is not clearly legible

COMPTON, MORRIS Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Saturday, February 11, 1922

Mrs. Deborah M. MORRIS, 86, died Friday night at 11:50 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carrie COMPTON, 315 West Pleasant Street. She had made her home with her daughter for the past ten years, since the death of her husband, Richard W. MORRIS, superintendent of the public schools. Besides her daughter, she leaves four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at two o'clock at the residence. Burial will be made in New Carlisle Cemetery.

BOWMAN, GRIFFITH, GRINDLE, MYERS Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Tuesday, May 2, 1922

Mrs. Lourena GRIFFITH, 86, died at 12:45 a.m. Saturday at her home, 802 Clifton Av. She was a member of the Central M. E. Church. She leaves her husband, Jeremiah GRIFFITH; two daughters, Mrs. J. W. BOWMAN of this city and Mrs. H. E. MYERS of South Vienna; two sons, W. E. GRIFFITH and Samuel M. GRIFFITH, both of this city, and a sister, Mrs. J. GRINDLE of this city. Funeral Services Will be held at 2 p.m. Monday and burial will be made in Ferncliff cemetery.

CAST, KENNEDY, MAHONEY, MARSH Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Wednesday, July 12, 1922

Thomas Mahoney, 86, Succumbs at Home of Daughter
Thomas MAHONEY, 86, died Tuesday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Thomas KENNEDY, 222 N. Limestone st. He had been ill for four weeks. Mr. Mahoney was born in Tralee, county Kerry, Ireland. He had lived in America for the last 55 years, and in this city 48 years. He previously lived in Tremont City before coming to Springfield. For eighteen years he was night watchman at the Edward Wren company's store. He had not been in active business of any kind for the last seven years. He was a member of the St. Raphael church. His wife died 21 years ago. Mr. MAHONEY had been making his home with the daughter for a number of years. Besides this daughter he leaves the following other children: Mrs. Guy MARSH, William MAHONEY, city treasurer; Mrs. Earl CAST, David MAHONEY, all of this city, and Dr. Thomas MAHONEY of the state board of health, Columbus. Funeral services will be held at the St. Raphael church, 9 a.m. Thrusday, celebrated with solemn requiem high mass. Burial will be made in the Lagonda av. cemetery. (Editor: Next to last sentence. Newspaper spelled Thursday as Thrusday.

IRELAND, OCONNOR Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Wednesday, July 26, 1922

Maurice O'CONNOR, 60, DIED Tuesday AT HIS HOME, 425 Baldwin av. He had been ill for several months. Mr. O'CONNOR was born near Dayton. He had lived in this city for 35 years. He was a molder by trade. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Celia O'CONNOR; two daughters, Miss Hazel O'CONNOR and Mrs. G. E. IRELAND; besides three sons, Lee, Robert and Clarence. Funeral services will be held at 8:30 a.m. Friday at the St. Joseph church. Burial will be made in Calvary cemetery.

MCDONALD, OCONNOR Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Sunday, August 20, 1922

Mrs. Bridget O'CONNOR, 84, died Sunday, Aug. 20, 1922, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. D. MCDONALD, 7 Drake av., Dayton, O. Funeral services will be held at 8 a.m. Tuesday at the Corpus Christi church in Dayton. Burial will be made in Calvary cemetery, this city.

COCHRAN, COLLIER, DIEHL, LAROOM, ROSENBERRY, SPINDLE, SUMMERS Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Monday, November 27, 1922

Hiram G. ROSENBERRY, 61, BARBER, DIED OF PARALYSIS Monday morning at his home, 1507 Woodward Avenue. He had been in failing health for five months. This is the first death in the ROSENBERRY family. Mr. ROSENBERRY was born in Pennsylvania, but had lived in this city for the last 29 years. He was a barber and his shop was located in W. Main St. near Western Ave. He was a member of the Miami Tribe, No. 207, Improved Order of Red Men. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth ROSENBERRY, four children, Howard ROSENBERRY, Mrs. Maud DIEHL, Mrs. Minnie COCRAN, al of Springfield and Harry ROSENBERRY of Sandusky; his parents, Rev. and Mrs. Franklin ROSENBERRY of Springfield; four sisters, Mrs. Edith LAROOM and Mrs. Alice SUMMERS, both of Springfield and Mrs. Jennie SPINDLE and Mrs. Anna COLLIER, both of Columbus; and two brothers, Charles and Frank, both of this city.

BECK Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Monday, November 27, 1922

Fred BECK, 52, butcher, died suddenly Sunday of apoplexy, at his home, 1558 East Main Street. He sustained the stroke shortly after he had eaten his breakfast. Up to that time Mr. BECK had seemed to enjoy his usual good health. He belonged to Goethe Lodge, No. 334 I.O.O.F.; to Champion Aerie, No. 397, Fraternal Order of Eagles and to the Swabian Society of Springfield. He was also a member of the St. John Evangelical church and an active worker in the brotherhood of that church. He leaves his widow, and two daughters, Misses Emma and Helen BECK, all of this city and one sister living at Wertenberg, Germany. Springfield had been Mr. BECK'S home for the last 18 years. He came to this city from Philadelphia. He was employed by the Kroger grocery in East Pleasant Street.

FERRYMAN, FORD, HERZOG, TAVENNER Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Monday, December 4, 1922

Funeral services for Mrs. Anna V. FERRYMAN, wife of Andrew FERRYMAN, who died Saturday night at her home, south of Cedarville in the Federal pike, will be held at the residence at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Burial will be made in the Cedarville cemetery. Mrs. FERRYMAN was a member of the Pride of Xenia, Daughters of America and of Daughters of Pocahontas. Mrs. FERRYMAN will be sadly missed by her many friends and relatives, for she was much liked because of her kindly disposition and lovely character. She is survived by her husband and the following children: Mrs. Blanche TAVENNER of Villa; Mrs. Edith HERZOG of this city; Forest FERRYMAN of Columbus; Mrs. Leona FORD, Dewey and Joseph FERRYMAN of Cedarville; 15 grandchildren and one great grandchild.

BANZHOF, ZIEGLER Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Monday, December 4, 1922

Ezra K. BANZHOF, 77, died Monday morning at the home of his son, Claude BANZHOF, 115 Lohnes Avenue. He had been ill for four months. Mr. BANZHOF was born in Maryland. He had lived in this city for the last fifty years. For a number of years he had not been able to engage in active business. He was a Civil war veteran. Besides the son at whose home he died, he leaves another son, George of Detroit, and a daughter, Mrs. Stella ZIEGLER of this City.

KIZER Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Saturday, December 16, 1922

Miss Sarah M. KIZER, 66, died Saturday morning at her home, 804 S. Gallagher St. She was blind and had lived with her step-mother, Mrs Jennie KIZER for a number of years. She was born and reared in Clark County, where she had spent her entire life time. Her only survivor is her step-mother.

FISHER, LOW, RICKETT Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Saturday, December 16, 1922

Mrs. Martha FISHER, 89, died Saturday morning at the Ohio Masonic Home. She had been ill for several weeks. She was born at Portsmouth and came to the Masonic Home from that city, May 28, 1914. She leaves one nephew, Edward LOW, of Columbus, and a niece, Mrs Kate RICKETT, also of that city. Funeral services will be held at the home Monday. Burial will be made in the home cemetery.

FARIS Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Wednesday, February 7, 1923

Los Angeles, Calif, papers announce the death of Mrs Alice FARIS, wife of W.A. FARIS, one of a firm that is just finishing the largest department store in Los Angeles. Mrs FARIS was the daughter of Mrs Mary G. HYNES, formerly of Springfield, OH, although her girlhood was largely spent in Quincy, ILL.

LANDIS Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Wednesday, February 7, 1923

Word has been received in this city of the death of Dr L.P. LANDIS, 32, a former resident of this city, Monday, at Philadelphia. According to the information received here, Dr LANDIS was killed by an automobile. He practiced medicine in this city for five years and then went to Los Angeles. He leaves no survivors. The body will be brought to Springfield for burial.

KIZER, WAY Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Wednesday, February 7, 1923

Walter O. WAY and family left for Dayton Wednesday to attend the funeral of Joseph KIZER, their uncle who died Sunday Feb 4, of pneumonia. Mr KIZER was born and reared in Springfield and was a brother of Miss Sarah KIZER who died at her home, 804 Gallagher St, on December 16. He was 74 years of age. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mary KIZER, of 210 Kammer Ave, Dayton, OH; a nephew, Walter O. WAY of this city, and four aunts, Eliza, Jane, Ellen, and Laura KIZER of Selma.

HUNLEY, WILDER Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Wednesday, February 7, 1923

Impressive funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon for William H. HUNLEY, 53, at the home of his mother, Mrs Lucy HUNLEY, 127 W Clark St. Mr HUNLEY, known to the traveling public as "The Prince" died Feb 3 at his home in Cleveland. Funeral services were also held in Cleveland Tuesday afternoon following which the body was brought to Springfield. The services here were in charge of the colored Masonic Lodge S.D.H. of which Mr HUNLEY was a member. Rev T.D. SCOTT, pastor of North Street A.M.E. Church, preached the sermon in which he eulogized the life of Mr. HUNLEY and his good deeds. Rev W.B. LEE, former pastor of North Church conducted the services. Palbearers were William HOLIDAY, C.M. GAZAWAY, W.F. SPEAKS, William HATCHER, and William B WILBORN. The home was crowded with old friends of "The Prince" and the numerous floral offerings were received from friends thoughout the country. Burial was made in Ferncliff Cemetery. The body was accompanied to Springfield by Mrs Lula HUNLEY, the widow; Thomas W. HUNLEY and Mrs W.D. WILDER of Chicago, brother and sister of Mr. HUNLEY; and R.H. HOWARD of Cleveland.

LESHER Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Wednesday, February 7, 1923

William LESHER, 35, (not sure of this age, hard to read), died Wednesday afternoon at the Ohio Masonic Home. He had been ill for two weeks. He was born in Clear Springs, OH. He leaves no survivors. The body will be sent to Fremont, OH Wednesday night for funeral and burial.

DETRICK, HILT, HUMBARGER Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Wednesday, February 7, 1923

Funeral services for Mrs David HILT, who died Tuesday noon at her home east of Yellow Springs will be held at 2pm Thursday at the residence. Burial will be made in Glen Forest Cemetery at Yellow Springs. Mrs HILT leaves her husband, four children, five grandchildren, one great-grandchild, two brothers, John HUMBARGER of Enon, and Charles of near Yellow Springs, and one sister, Mrs Ellen DETRICK of this city. She was a member of the Bethel Church.

DEAN Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Wednesday, February 7, 1923

The body of William E. DEAN, 57, of 1102 Garfield Ave, who was killed Tuesday morning in the Pennsylvania railroad yards at Logansport, IND, was brought to this city Wednesday and taken to the Herr and Craver undertaking parlors. Funeral services will be held at 1:30pm Thursday at the residence, and burial will be made in the Cedarville Cemetery. Complete details of the accident have not been received, although it is reported he was instantly killed early Tuesday when struck by an engine which passed over his body. Mr. DEAN had been working in Logansport for the last six months as wrecking inspector of the Pennsylvania railroad. He was well known among railroad men of Springfield and Ohio and had been in the employee of the Pennsylvania company for many years. He was born in the Dean homestead near Xenia and had lived in Springfield for the last 22 years. He was a member of the First United Presbyterian Church of this city. Besides his widow, Mrs Lelia DEAN, he leaves one son, J. Elmer DEAN, prominent in the music circles of the city as a vocalist. Mr DEAN was in Cincinnati at the time of his fathers death.

JOHNSON, MICHAEL, OVERHOLSER Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Friday, February 9, 1923

Page 8. Reuben OVERHOLSER, 73, farmer, died Friday at 1:45 PM at his home near North Hampton. Mr. Overholser had been ill but a few days, pneumonia causing his death. He was born on the farm where he spend practically his entire life. He was a member of the Junior Order United American Mechanics of North Hampton. Surviving him are his wife Mrs. Lizzie OVERHOLSER; one son, Edwin; two sisters, Mrs. Leana JOHNSON and Mrs. Elizabeth MICHAEL both of Springfied; two brothers, Isaac of Pasadena, Calif. and Jeremiah of Bellefontaine.

JOHNSON, MICHAEL, OVERHOLSER Name of Newspaper is Daily News, Springfield, OH on Friday, February 9, 1923

Page 8. Reuben OVERHOLSER, 73, farmer, died Friday at 1:45 PM at his home near North Hampton. Mr. Overholser had been ill but a few days, pneumonia causing his death. He was born on the farm where he spend practically his entire life. He was a member of the Junior Order United American Mechanics of North Hampton. Surviving him are his wife Mrs. Lizzie OVERHOLSER; one son, Edwin; two sisters, Mrs. Leana JOHNSON and Mrs. Elizabeth MICHAEL both of Springfied; two brothers, Isaac of Pasadena, Calif. and Jeremiah of Bellefontaine.


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