Franklin County Ohio DEATHS FROM OHIO STATE JOURNAL, 1866-1867 Franklin County Ohio DEATHS FROM OHIO STATE JOURNAL, 1866-1867

Taken from microfilm roll #18785 at Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio, covering the dates 18 April 1866 to 8 March 1867, with July-Dec 1866 missing. The series will continue in THE FRANKLINTONIAN, published by the Franklin County Chapter, OGS, PO Box 09696 Columbus, OH 43209. Copied by member Beryl Spangler. Date of issue follows the item.

ALFREY, Lawyer. Murdered May 1866 in Mercer Co. MO by a WILLIAMS who ALFREY had prosecuted. (2 June 1866)

ARMSTRONG, R.T. Murdered 13 May 1866 by Mr. MERRIWELL. (15 May 1866)

ATWATER, little girl of Castalia killed in train wreck. (2 June 1866)

BACHELOR, Joseph murdered in Mansfield. (11 June 1866)

BADGER, George D., Hon. Buried Raleigh N.C. (15 May 1866)

BAILEY, 3 year old son of Charles H. Bailey accidentally shot in Salem PA. (23 May 1866)

BARBER, Joseph. d. 14 April 1866, Webster MA. (2 May 1866)

BARRETT, Anthony, d. 18 May 1866 ae 85y. First Negro resident of Columbus, Oh. Nurse during cholera prevalence. First negro to enter New Legislative Hall of Old Capitol. (19 May 1866)

BASTINE, Mary Ann d aged 118 yrs. (26 May 1866)

BELCHER, John, d England ae 103. Fought against American Independence with Nelson. (7 June 1866)

BLANDING, Lt., Adjutant of Freedmen's Bur. Killed at Meridan MS. (10 May 1866)

BOND, Capt. Adolphus F. d 16 Apr 1866, ae 40. (18 May 1866)

BROWN, Jesse, d 9 May 1866 Indiana, b 1797 NC. (24 May 1866)

BRYAN, Rev. John L., of Granville OH, d 11 May 1866, ae 75y. (22 May 1866)

BULL, Ole Bornemann, celebrated violinist, b 5 Feb 1810, d 10 Apr 1866, Quebec Canada. (19 Apr 1866)

BURGESS, Rev. George, Bishop of Maine, d en route from West Indies. (19 May 1866)

BUSHER, adopted daughter of Mr. Busher, accidentally shot 29 May 1866. (2 June 1866)

CAMPBELL, Catharine, d Selma IN. (28 Apr 1866)

CHAPMAN, Page, d 20 May 1866, Indiana politician. (21 May 1866)

CHESNEY, Samuel, d 5 May 1866 ae 68y. Oldest citizen of Warren OH. (12 May 1866)

CHITTENDEN, John Campbell, d 10 June 1866 ae 28y. (12 June 1866)

CHRIST, Franz Joseph, d 7 June 1866, Pittsburgh. (9 June 1866)

CLAPP, William W., d 30 Apr 1866, ae 83y. Boston Mass. Editor. (2 May 1866)

COGGESHALL, Martha Turner, ae 15 mo, daughter of Wm. T. & martha M. Funeral 6 June. (5 June 1866)

COMSTOCK, Mary w/o Henry W. d 6 May 1866 Worthington, Ohio, ae 32y. (7 May 1866)

COOMBS, Alice L. w/o Joseph J., d 19 Apr 1866, ae 42y, daughter of Joseph Leiby of Columbus. (23 Apr 1866)

COX, Richard Emmett s/o H.J., d 25 May 1864 Battle of (18 Apr 1866)

DAVIES, John J., Grand Master of IOOF Lodge, New York, d 9 May 1866 in Brooklyn. (10 May 1866)

DOWNING, Thomas, "Black" NY caterer and oysterman; b 1791 VA. Buried 13 Apr 1866 NYC from res of Rev. John PETERSON. (20 Apr 1866)

DRAKE, Dr. A.B., suicide 4 May 1866, Athens OH. (12 May 1866)

FIFIELD, Maj. B.F. d 26 May 1866, White Sulphur Springs, ae 61y. Bur Monroe Mich. (29 May 1866)

FLETCHER, Calvin, d 26 May 1866 Indianapolis. Prominent banker. (28 May 1866)

FULTON, Elizabeth d 22 Apr 1866, Athens Co. OH, ae 77y. Came to Athens Co 1801 with father Abraham PUGSLEY from Pa. Married first Rufus NEAL, killed in War of 1812. (17 May 1866)

GALLAGHER, James C., d 28 May 1866. U.S. Consul at Ponce. (14 June 1866)

GALLUP, George W., murdered at Kanawha Co VA. Formerly of Washington Co IA, 1st Sgt Co F, Logan Co., OH (15 June 1866)

GASKILL, Peter Penn, d 3 Apr 1866, Philadelphia PA ae 66. Head of lineal desc of Wm. Penn. (1 May 1866)

GILES, John M., Hon., d last week in Houston AL. (7 June 1866)

GOBLE, Stephen Jr., shot 30 May 1866 New Richmond OH. (2 June 1866)

GRAY, John P., ae 12. Suicide, Providence RI. (20 May 1866)

HARMEN, 2 boys, ae 7 & 14, sons of James HARMEN, Elmira, NY, by mistake ate Indian Poke. (16 May 1866)

HAYNER, John W. d 6 May 1866 Deerfield, Warren Co., OH, ae 72. (12 May 1866)

HAYNIE, Ella, d 21 Apr 1866 Westerville, OH (23 Apr 1866)

HOGAN, Ida, ae 4y, drowned 17 May 1866. (18 May 1866)

HOWARD, William H. killed 9 May 1866 in Walthan, MA. (11 May 1866)

HUFFMAN, John, d 19 Apr 1866. IOOF. (21 Apr 1866)

HUFFMAN, William B. bur 21 May 1866. City policeman. (22 May 1866)

HUTCHINGS, William, d 31 Apr 1866 ae 102, Penobscot ME. (12 May 1866)

JACKSON, 18 year old daughter of John JACKSON, Stewart of the "Bostona", suicide, d 30 Apr 1866 near New Richmond. (5 May 1866)

JENKINS, boy ae 11y, suicide 10 May 1866, at Otsego, Muskingum Co. OH (19 May 1866)

JENKINS, Warren, Rev., d 11 May 1866 res. Rose Cottage, ae 62y. Bur. Greenlawn. (14 May 1866)

JONES, Clinton, shot 9 May 1866, Baltimore MD by John PRICE. (11 May 1866)

KEEL, Asbury (colored), shot by David BOYDEN at Yankee Town Farm, Pitt Co. NC 10 Mar 1866. (31 May 1866)

KELTON, Fernando Cortez, d 11 May 1866, b 11 Feb 1812 Calais, VT. Married Sophia STONE. Bur. Grenlawn. (14 May 1866)

Submitted by Don Ort at QAORT@aol.com on 10/25/98.