Montgomery County Chapter - Ohio Genealogical Society

Obituaries for Surnames beginning with "E"




Ealy, Sarah
Early, Albert
Early, David
Early, David A.
Early, Jacob
Early, Lester
Early, Margaret Pauline
Early, Mary
Eaton, John Sr.
Ebel, Adam
Eby, George W.
Eckert, William
Eckhart, Ellen
Edgington, Julia Ann
Eichelberger, Magdalene
Eikenberry, Hazen
Eichenhoffer, Alexander
Eickman, Rowena Marie
Elan, Ruth Ellen
Ellerman, Herman Theodore
Ellis, Bessie M.
Emanuel, Leo
Emby, Mary Catherine
Emerick, John H.
Emert, Carl
Emert, Catherine
Emert, Charlotte A.
Emert, William H.
Englert, Charles W.
Epperele, Sidney L.
Ernst, Ammy H.
Ernst, August W.
Ernst, John G.
Evans, Leonard R.
Eversole, Abraham




Sarah Ealy
Dayton Journal – September 13, 1900

FUNERAL SERVICES OVER REMAINS OF THE AGED LADY

The funeral of Mrs. Sarah Ealy was held Saturday afternoon. Services were held at her home, 540 West Fourth street, the Rev. D. Frank Garland officiating.

Mrs. Sarah Ealy, before her marriage, Sarah Kneisley, was born March 2, 1818, at Carlisle, Pennsylvania. When she was three years of age her father brought his family upon a flat boat down the Ohio river and settled near Dayton. Here she grew up and in 1839 married Dr. Elijah Ealy. In 1851 her husband died suddenly, leaving her a widow with four children—three daughters and one son. She was an active woman, of strong personality, decisive in her conclusions, and energetic in carrying them out. Being of Pennsylvania German stock, she was by inheritance a Lutheran and remained firmly attached to that church throughout her life. When she was 76 years old she fell and fractured her right hip, but owning to a vigorous constitution she recovered sufficiently to get about the house upon a crutch, and took an active interest in household matters almost to the last hours of her life. She died at the age of 82 from exhaustion, caused by her advanced age.


Albert Early
Dayton Daily News - May 28, 1935, Pg 11

DEATH CLAIMS ALBERT EARLY

Miamisburg, March 28. -- Albert Early, 79, lifelong resident of Montgomery County, died today at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Hole in Dayton. He had pursued agricultural pursuits in this vicinity for many years and a wide acquaintance.

Surviving him are two sons, three daughters, and three brothers.

Funeral services will be conducted Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from his late home on Central Avenue, Miamisburg, and will be in charge of Rev. William Beachler of new Lebanon. Interment will be in Hill-Grove Cemetery.


David Early
Miamisburg News - Thursday, February 17, 1916, Pg 8, Col 1

PIONEER DEAD

In the death of David Early, Miami Township and Montgomery County loses one of the oldest residents. He passed away Sunday morning at the home of his son, Jacob Early, east of town, aged 93 years, 4 months, 14 days.

Mr. Early was born near Staunton, Va., September 29, 1822, and was one of a family of seven children. In 1832 his parents moved to Ohio. They traveled here in a four horse covered wagon, the journey requiring four weeks. They located at Lewisburg, but after one year removed to near Miamisburg on what is known as the Gamble farm.

In 1854 he was married to Elizabeth Gebhart, and moved on the Adam Schuster farm, east of Miamisburg, living there three years. He then removed to Warren county and after nine years residence there moved to his farm five miles southeast of Miamisburg, where he resided constantly until recently.

Mr. Early was the last of the original family. His brothers were John, Jacob, Joseph and Isaac; sisters, Mrs. Sallie Fox, Mrs. Lydia Fox.

Mr. and Mrs. Early were the happy parents of six sons and two daughters: Albert, Peter, Jacob, George, Charles, David Early Jr., Mrs. Wm. Phillips, Mrs. John Emby, all living in the vicinity of Miamisburg.

Since the death of his wife in 1897 he has been living with his children. He had unusual health and for eighty years did not have an illness sufficiently serious to go to bed.

Funeral services were held on Wednesday at 1 pm from the residence of his son, Jacob Early and at 2 pm from the Progressive Brethren Church, east of Miamisburg, Rev. Garber of Ashland officiating. Burial in Hill Grove cemetery.


David A. Early
Miamisburg News - October 27, 1949, Pg 10

DAVID A. EARLY DIES IN DAYTON

Funeral services for David A. Early, 80, who passed away early Tuesday morning at the Bayliss rest home in Dayton, will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Gebhart and Schmidt funeral home with Dr. H. Grady Shoffner, pastor of the Trinity Reformed Church officiating. Burial will be made in Hill Grove Cemetery.

Mr. Early was born April 9, 1869, in this vicinity and resided his entire life here. He suffered a paralytic stroke five years ago and had been confined to the rest home since then.

His survivors are two sons, Forest Early, of Springboro road, and Glandwood Early, of Columbus; two grandchildren, Mrs. Edward Hiehle, this city; and Robert at home; one great grandson, Edward Stephen Hiehle; and one sister, Mrs. Mary Emby, of this city.


Jacob Early
Miamisburg News - February 12, 1948, Front Pg

JACOB EARLY, 76, DIES WEDNESDAY

Funeral services for Jacob Early, 76, who passed away at his home on Swamp road Wednesday morning, will be held Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the Gebhart and Schmidt funeral home with burial in Hill Grove Cemetery.

Mr. Early was stricken with paralysis late in December and had since been critically ill. He was born near Miamisburg and had devoted his entire life to farming in this vicinity.

He leaves his widow, Myrtle, one son, Leonard, at home; a brother, David Early, now confined in a Dayton Rest home, and one sister, Mrs. Mary Emby, of this city.


Lester Early
Miamisburg News - May 4, 1933, Pg 4

PERITONITIS IS CAUSE OF DEATH
LESTER EARLY, HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT, DIES ON OPERATING TABLE AT HOSPITAL

Ill less than a week with appendicitis, Lester Ray Early, 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Early of the Springboro road, died on the operating table at Miami Valley hospital at 12 o'clock last Friday noon. His death was due to peritonitis, caused by a ruptured appendix.

The youth was a popular member of the sophomore class at Miamisburg High School. He had always resided near this city and was born October 6, 1917. He was a member of the First Reformed church.

Surviving him are his parents, a sister, Ruth, his grandfather, David Early and his great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown.

Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home and at 3 o'clock at the Reformed church with, Rev. George Longaker officiating. His body was born to the grave in Hill Grove cemetery by six companions, Jacob Baker, Max Nunery, Edgar Colvin, Robert Gebhart, Eldin Vicroy and Carl Early.


Margaret Pauline Early
Miamisburg News - October 26, 1983, Sec 1, Pg 10

Margaret Pauline Early, age 58, of 8867 Miamisburg-Springboro Road in Miamisburg, died Monday at the Hickory Creek Nursing Center.

She was preceded in death by her husband Kenneth on June 18, 1983. She was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church. W. A. Reiter Chapter 439 O.E.S. and a past president of Valley Commandery Auxiliary.

She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Lula Moore of Centerville, a niece, Karen Patricia Moore, and a nephew, Brian L. Moore.

Services will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. from the Gebhart-Schmidt-Parramore Funeral Home with Rev. Edwin Fidler officiating. Interment will be at Hillgrove Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. Eastern Star services will be held at 7 p.m.

The family suggests contributions be made to the Montgomery County Cancer Control Unit.


Mary Heberle Early
Miamisburg News – January 26, 1939, Pg 4

MRS. MARY EARLY DIES IN DAYTON

Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Heberle Early, 73, who died at her home, 141 Willowwood drive, Dayton, last Wednesday evening, were held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock from the Corpus Christi church with burial in Hill Grove cemetery, this city.

Mrs. Early was a widely-known former resident of Miamisburg. She and her family left here 17 years ago to reside Dayton. They formerly resided in the McDowell residence on East Central avenue, which they built.

She had been confined to her bed since last Thanksgiving Day with complications. She was born east of Miamisburg and resided in this community most of her life. She was preceded in death by her husband, George Early, 38 years earlier.

She is survived by one son, Irvin; one grandson, George Early' both of Dayton; and one sister, Mrs. C. T. James of Los Angeles, Calif.


John Eaton Sr.
Dayton Daily News – February 19, 1947

John Eaton Sr. of 108 Elmwood av. died in Miami Valley hospital Monday. He was 72. Mr. Eaton was a native of Kelso, Tenn., and resided in Dayton for 60 years. He was an employe of the city for 25 years and a member of the Allen AME church. Surviving are a son, John Jr.; a daughter, Imogene; three grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the church by Rev. L. Haywood. Burial will be in Woodland cemetery. Friends may call at the residence after 4 p.m. Wednesday.


Adam Ebel
Dayton Daily News - June 21, 1916, Pg 19

Ebel--Adam, died Tuesday, June 20, at 2:15 a.m. in his 51st year. Funeral services, Thuresday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the late residence--42 Frank street. Interment Woodland.


George W. Eby
Dayton Daily News - December 29, 1913, Pg 3, Col 2

GEORGE W. EBY IS DEAD AT UNION, O.
Well Known Retired Farmer Passes Away at Age of 76 Years, on Sunday

George W. Eby, 76, a well known resident of Union, Montgomery county, died at his home at 7 o'clock Sunday evening. He had been in failing health for some time before his death.

He was born in Manheim, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, coming to Union when he was a boy. Here he owned a small farm for many years, although during his later years he led a retired life. He was considered one of the leading citizens of Union for many years.

During the Civil war he was a member of Co. A, 131st Ohio infantry. Captain Prugh was the commander. John H. Patterson, Charles and Eugene Wulchet, Morris Woodhull and the late James Regber were comrades of his.

Surviving him are his widow, two sons, three daughters, a brother, Dr. Theodore Eby, and a sister, Mrs. Mary Bucher.

The funeral will be held Wednesday morning at ten o'clock at the residence. Burial will be made in Union.


William Eckert
Dayton Daily Journal - May 27, 1869, Pg 3

On Tuesday, at 1 A.M., William Eckert, in the 73d year of his age, late of Schuylkill, and formerly of Heidleberg township, Berks county, Pa. Funeral Thursday, 27th May, 1869, at 2 P.M., from his late residence, No. 387 West Second st. Woodland Cemetery.


Ellen Eckhart
Dayton Journal - March 23, 1907, Pg 6

The funeral of Mrs. Ellen Eckhart was held Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the U. B. church at Kingsville. The deceased was a member of Victory Council, D. of A., and a large delegation attended the services in a body. The burial was made at Kingsville.


Julia Ann Edgington
Dayton Daily News – September 21, 1936, Pg 15

Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Frank Riesinger funeral home for Mrs. Julia Ann Edgington, 68, of 2509 Wheeler av., who died at 5 p.m. Saturday at St. Elizabeth hospital. Burial will be in the Willowview cemetery. Besides her husband, Charles, she is survived by her sister, Mrs. Ruth Williams, Dayton.


Magdalene Eichelberger
Dayton Daily News – July 1, 1933, Pg 7

EICHELBERGER RITES MONDAY
Woman, Born in Phillipsburg, Spent Her Entire Life in County

Funeral services for Mrs. Magdalene Eichelberger (nee Arnold), 77, who died suddenly Friday morning, will be held Monday at 10:30 a.m. at the residence on Gettysburg av. Burial will be in Arlington cemetery.

Mrs. Eichelberger had been a resident of Montgomery co. all her life. She spent her youth in Phillipsburg. She leaves her husband; her daughter, Mrs. Charles Zizert, and a son, C. G. Eichelberger of Cincinnati.


Hazen Eikenberry
Dayton Evening News – July 16, 1908, Pg 14

DEATH MAKES AN END TO A PROMISING CAREER

Death ended a promising career Wednesday evening when Attorney Hazen Eikenberry, son of Superintendent Eikenberry of the local free employment bureau, succumbed to a complication of ailments at Spokane, Wash. Five weeks ago the popular young attorney went to Spokane in the hope of being restored to health. His illness dated from last fall, when he was stricken with typhoid fever and lay all winter. He was apparently on the road to recovery when complications developed that soon proved to be hopeless. As a last resort he set out for Spokane, where he hoped that the climatic change and the professional attention of his brother, a practicing physician of that city, would restore him to his once robust health. Soon after arriving at Spokane he became bedfast, and his condition grew worse at an alarming rate until hope was finally relinquished. Mr. Eikenberry was born in Huntington County, Indiana, on November 21, 1870, and was nearly 38 years of age at the time of his demise.

In his youth he removed with his parents to Preble county, where he graduated from the Eaton high school and later served as a deputy in the office of the county recorder. Subsequently he graduated from the Cincinnati law school. Following the completion of his law course he practiced his profession in Chicago for a time, and later located in Dayton. In this city he had been a member of the bar for the past ten years. No young barrister ever won more esteem by his personal and professional attributes than did Eikenberry. Enemies were unknown to him and everybody with whom he came in contact became his friend. Death [ ___ illegible word] at the height of his career.

A widow—formerly Miss Ella B. Madden—and four children, all girls, survive him. The oldest child is 9 and the youngest about 4 months. The remains will be shipped to Dayton and will arrive here Sunday afternoon, the funeral probably being held Monday.

A meeting of the bar association will be held Friday afternoon to adopt resolutions on his death.

Eikenberry was a Spanish-American war veteran, a member of the K. of P. order and a member of the Sons of Veterans.


Alexander Eichenhoffer
Dayton Daily Journal - May 27, 1869, Pg 3

May 26th, 1869, Alexander, son of Frederick and Catherine Eichenhoffer, aged one year, eight months and five days. Funeral from the residence of his parents, corner of Third and Sears streets, this afternoon, at 4 o'clock. Services by Rev. C. A. Fritze. Interment, Woodland. Friends are invited.


Rowena Marie Eickman
Dayton Daily News – November 4, 1930, Pg 4

Funeral services for Mrs. Rowena Marie Eickman, 54, who died Monday at5 a.m., will be conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday at the residence, 36 Drake av. Burial will be made in Woodland cemetery. She leaves her husband, Elmer H. Eickman, and two children, Louise Katherine and Elmer H. Eickman, jr.


Ruth Ellen Elan
Dayton Daily News - February 18, 1929, Pg 16

The death of Ruth Ellen Elan, five-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Elan, occurred Sunday morning at the residence of her parents, 819 Latham st. The body may be viewed at Leo Walter's funeral parlors, Main and Washington sts., and will be sent to Jackson, Ky., for burial Tuesday. Parents, three sisters and a brother survive.


Herman Theodore Ellerman
Dayton Daily News – October 4, 1916, Pg 13

The funeral of Herman Theodore Ellerman, who died Tuesday, will be held Friday morning at 8 o'clock at the residence, 706 Alberta avenue, and at 8:30 o'clock at the Holy Trinity church. Interment will be made in Calvary cemetery.


Bessie M. Ellis
Dayton Daily News - November 23, 1922

The funeral of Mrs. Bessie M. Ellis, 83, who died Wednesday morning at the residence of her niece, Mrs. Charles R. Wayman, 2069 Auburn av., R. R. No. 1, was conducted at 7:30 Thursday night at the Wayman residence. Burial will be made Friday in Sand Run cemetery, Boone county, Ky.


Leo Emanuel
Dayton Daily News - June 20, 1916, Pg 13

Rabbi David Lefkowitz, of the Jewish Temple, conducted the funeral of Leo Emanuel, the attorney, at the late residence, 1108 West First street, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The services were attended by several representatives of the Montgomery Bar association, to which he belonged, and by a goodly number of friends.

Interment was made in Riverview cemetery. The pallbearers included Judge John Roehm, Gaylord Heinz, Albert Sharrer, Jess Jacobs, Clarence Potter and Most Rilenkin.


Mary Catherine Emby
Miamisburg News – March 22, 1952, Section 1, Pg 6

MRS. MARY EMBY DIES WEDNESDAY

Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Catherine Emby, 85, who passed away at her home, 303 North First street, Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock following a two weeks illness due to a heart condition, will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Gebhart and Schmidt funeral home with Rev. H. S. Gessner of Franklin officiating. Interment will be in Hill Grove cemetery.

Mrs. Emby was born east of Miamisburg November 15, 1865 and resided in this community her entire life. She was a member of the Brethren church, southeast of Miamisburg, and a member of the Daughters of America. She was preceded in death by her husband, John Emby, 11 years ago.

She is survived by four sons, Charles, Vern, Ray, of Miamisburg, and John, Jr., of Miami, Fla.; one daughter, Mrs. Della Maus of Dayton; 16 grandchildren and fifteen great-grandchildren.

A son, John Emby, Jr., had returned to his home in Miami, Fla., Monday after being called her by the serious illness of his mother.


John H. Emerick
Miamisburg News - August 16, 1917, Pg 1

FOUND DROWNED
John H. Emerick's Body Found in the Miami

Last Thursday afternoon the body of John Emerick was found in the Miami River at Lilac Park, adjoining town. Robert Karpur discovered the body while rowing in a boat. The drowned man was clutching the limb of a tree which overhung the water.

Marshal Kinderdine was informed and the coroner notified.

The deceased was 66 years old and left no family. He had been missing since Tuesday morning. He was subject to heart disease and as to whether he comitted suicide or was a victim of accidental death is undetermined.

Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at the Jackson Apple morgue by Rev. Addyman Smith. Interment at Hill Grove Cemetery.


Carl Emert
Miamisburg News - January 7, 1960, Sec 1, Pg 3

RITES TODAY FOR CARL EMERT WHO DIED MONDAY

Funeral services are at 2 p.m. today at the Brough Memorial Funeral Home, for Carl L. Emert, 69, of 9273 Byers road who died about 2 p.m., Monday, in a car on the municipal blacktop parking area in downtown Miamisburg.

The Rev. Wesley J. Runk of St. John's Lutheran Church is officiating clergyman. Burial will be in Hillgrove cemetery.

A native and life-long resident of the area southeast of Miamisburg, Mr. Emert had been a farmer many years. He was a member of St. John's church.

Surviving is a brother Walter Emert, of the same address. An Aunt, Mrs. Clara A. Schuder, who resided at the same address, died Dec. 16.


Catherine Emert
Miamisburg News – July 3, 1919, Pg 8

OLD RESIDENT DIES

One of the oldest residents of the community passed away last Thursday morning, when Mrs. Catherine Emert died at the home of her grandson, five miles east of town. Mrs. Emert was the daughter of Jacob and Catherine Routzahn, and was born in Van Buren Township near David's Church December 8, 1828. In the year 1862, she was united in marriage with David Emert, the Rev. Winters of David's Reformed Church performing the ceremony. This union was blessed with nine children. Four preceded the mother in death, Charles dying in infancy, Emma at the age of twelve, Andrew & August in the prime of life. The husband died Nov. 21, 1900.

Five children are left to mourn the mother's departure: they are Mrs. Sarah Strader, William Henry, David Edward, Mrs. Clara Shuder, Ira Albert. Fifteen grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren also survive.

Mother Emert died last Thursday morning, aged 90 years, 6 months & 18 days, and the funeral service was held from the Lutheran church on Saturday afternoon at 2:30 conducted by Rev. J. S. Herold, pastor of the church.


Charlotte A. Emert
Miamisburg News - August 14, 1930, Pg 4

MRS. EDWARD EMERT DIES UNEXPECTEDLY
HAD BEEN ILL TWO WEEKS WITH PNEUMONIA; FUNERAL TO BE HELD FRIDAY.

Two weeks illness with pneumonia was terminated with the death of Mrs. Charlotte A. Emert, 53, wife of Mr. Edward Emert, Tuesday noon at the Emert home south of Miamisburg on the Emert road. Although her illness had been regarded as serious her death came unexpectedly and suddenly.

She was born July 18, 1877, near this city and had resided in this vicinity all her life. She was many years a member of the Lutheran church.

Surviving are her husband, three daughters, Lucille, Grace and Dorothy, and a son, Raymond, all at home. Also surviving is a sister, Mrs. Alfred Gebhart, near this city.

Funeral services will be held tomorrow evening at the residence at two o'clock with Rev. Herbert Hamberger, Springfield, officiating.


William H. Emert
Miamisburg News – November 3, 1938, Pg 12

WILLIAM H. EMERT STRIKEN SUNDAY
Funeral Services For Life-Long Farmer Are Held Wednesday Afternoon

Confined to his home on Crane's Run road, southeast of Miamisburg, since August 1,with heart trouble, William Henry Embert , 78, passed away at his home, Sunday morning at 3:30 o'clock from the residence with Rev. C. H. Starkey, pastor of the First Lutheran church, officiating. Burial was made in Hill Grove cemetery.

He was a farmer his entire life in the vicinity of Miamisburg and was born east of Miamisburg, April 12, 1860.

He is survived by his widow, Mollie Wentz Emert; four foster daughters, Mrs. Elwood Phillips of Miamisburg; Mrs. Elwood Pontius, Mrs. Henry Smith and Mrs. Arthur Streavel, all of Dayton; one sister, Mrs. Clara Schuder, of Miamisburg; one brother, Albert Emert of Miamisburg; 18 foster grandchildren, and three foster great-grandchildren.


Charles W. Englert
Dayton Daily News - February 22, 1947, Pg 18

DELCO PLANT MODEL MAKER, CHARLES W. ENGLERT, DEAD

Charles W. Englert, 60, of Huffman av., died at his residence at 10:35 p.m., Friday.  He was employed at Delco Products as a model maker for 35 years. Mr. Englert was a member of Holy Family church, the Catholic Order of Foresters and was a native of Dayton. Surviving are his wife, Helen G.; a daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Elliott; three sisters, Mrs. Agnes Hehmeyer, Mrs. Anna Thels and Mrs. Laura Klinger, and four grandchildren.


Sidney L. Epperele
Dayton Daily News - February 22, 1931, Pg 8

Funeral services for Sidney Epperele, 46, who died Friday at his residence, 115 S. Woodward av., will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. at the Epworth M. E. church. Burial will be made in Bear Creek cemetery.


Ammy H. Ernst
Dayton Daily Journal - January 19, 1922, Pg 21

Ernst--Ammy H., wife of Gustav Ernst, died Jan. 17 at 5 p. m. at St. Elizabeth hospital, aged 49 years 11 months and 27 days. Funeral from the residence, 625 Steele av., at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon. Interment Woodland cemetery. Funeral private.


August W. Ernst
Dayton Daily News - March 13, 1950, Pg 15

AUGUST W. ERNST - August W. Ernst, 75, who came to Dayton 15 months ago to visit a son, Leo F. Ernst of 725 Wilmington av., died unexpectedly about 5 a. m. at the son's home. He had been in failing health about five months. A baker, he was a member of the Bakers association, the Masonic lodge and the Lutheran church, all in Germany. [unreadable text] Mrs. Freda Thibing; three sons, Walter, Hans and Albert; a brother, all in Germany, and four grandchildren. Services will be conducted at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Graham funeral home, 1850 Wayne av. Burial will be in Woodland cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p. m. Tuesday.


John G. Ernst
Dayton Daily News - December 19, 1908

PIONEER GERMAN HAS PASSED AWAY
John G. Ernst Died at His Residence on West Fifth Street Sunday Morning

John G. Ernst, one of the pioneer German residents of the city, and a man that was in the boot and shoe business here for many years, died at his residence, 1530 West Fifth street, Sunday morning. For about nine months Mr. Ernst had been very ill and his death occasioned no surprise.

He was born in Germany, but came to this country in 1855 and settled almost immediately afterwards in Dayton. He worked his way up until by dint of effort he was finally able to maintain a store of his own. For years his store was situated on the corner of Fifth and Clay streets. He retired about eight years ago.

He is survived by his wife and five children, Mrs. A. H. Hawker, Miss Martha Ernst, E. D. Ernst, Mrs. Edward Welderman and Clarence Ernst.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the house and will be conducted by Rev. Dr. Evans of the First Evangelical church, interment Woodland.


Leonard R. Evans
Dayton Daily Journal - August 1, 1970, Pg Unknown

Evans, Leonard R. "Dutz," 28, of 116 Home Avenue, West Carrollton, died today at Grandview Hospital. Survived by his wife, Freda; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Evans, West Carrollton; one daughter, Robin Sue; two brothers, Elmor of College Grove, Oregon, and Ernest Lee of West Carrollton, one sister, Mrs. Patricia Ann Fogt, Moraine City. Services Monday, 3 p.m., Unglesby Funeral Home, Franklin. Burial Springboro Cemetery. Visitation Sunday 2-5, 7-9 at the funeral home.


Leonard R. Evans
Dayton Journal – May 24, 1877, Pg 4, Col 3

Mr. Abraham Eversole, who died at his residence near New Lebanon on the 20th last, was one of the oldest as well as one of the most respected citizens of Montgomery county. He had served more than his three score and ten, being aged 73 years, 5 months and 11 days. He was born in 1804 near Shephardstown, Jefferson county, Virginia, where he spent his boyhood. During his minority he was apprenticed as a weaver, and he worked at the loom. But his inclination was for farming, and when he attained his majority he commenced this occupation, at which he worked throughout his whole life and until within three weeks of his death. When he grew up to manhood he left that part of the beautiful Potomac valley in which he had been reared and located at Hagerstown, Maryland. Here he was married to Mary Logue, with whom he removed to Ohio, but who died shortly after their settlement in this state. There were two children by this first marriage. One is dead. The other, Mr. George Eversole is a prominent farmer, living near Dodson, Ohio, sixteen miles north of this city.

Mr. Eversole was well deserving of the title of a pioneer. He came to this State and made his home in this county in 1832. For 45 years he was an honorable and enterprising citizen of Montgomery county. Mr. Eversole was the last living member of his father's family, with one exception, Mrs. Elizabeth Roop, who resides near Woodburn in this county. In 1834 Mr. Eversole was married to Margaret Folkerth. By the second marriage there were ten children, all of whom reside on farms in this county, with one exception, Mr. H. C. Eversole, who is a member of the firm of Eversole & Ries in this city.

All of these ten children are living. Seven are married and three are single. Mr. Eversole also left thirteen grand-children. The family has been fortunate in remaining en toto in the same county.

Mr. Eversole's second wife died in 1872. He leaves eleven children, who are all grown up. During his life sickness was an "ill that he knew not of." He was never confined to the house a day by sickness until within the past fortnight. the week previous to his death he visited his son, Mr. H. C. Eversole, in this city. Mr. Eversole was an excellent neighbor and a valuable member of the community. During his life he was generous and industrious. He lived a [consistent?] and straightforward life. His wife and most of his children are identified with the Dunkard Baptist Church.

Not himself a member of any creed, he was a regular church-going man, and a benevolent giver. He presented the ground and otherwise aided the society in building "Eversole Church," which is located on his farm and which bears his name. At this church, on Tuesday, the funeral services took place. There was a very large attendance. The services were conducted by Revs. Garver and Younce. Interment at the church cemetery, which is also located on the Eversole homestead.

Mr. Eversole has been a reader of the Journal for 37 years, having subscribed for the paper in 1840, and ever since continued taking it.


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