Obituaries for Surnames beginning with "F"
Charles M. Fahnestock
Dayton Daily News - May 29, 1976, Pg 10
FAHNESTOCK, Charles M. (retired USAF WO-4), age 62, of 5299 Viewland Terrace, died Friday at USAF Medical center WPAFB following a lengthy illness. Mr. Fahnestock was retired in aircraft maintenance with over 30 years service. Survivors include his wife Edith C.; 1 daughter Mrs. Granville Leroy (Cheryl) Smyser of Ill.; 1 son Charles M. III at home and 1 brother Frank C. Fahnestock of L. I. Funeral service 12 noon Tuesday at the Hoyne Funeral Home, 1817 E. Third St., with Chaplain Capt. Richard R. Parkinson officiating. Interment to follow at Dayton National Cemetery. The family will receive friends Monday 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at the funeral home.
Dayton Daily News - March 5, 1919, Pg 23, Col 5
The funeral of Mrs. Augusta Falcon (nee Conrad) will be held Thursday morning at 9:30 o'clock from the residence of the daughter, Mrs. I. L. Worrell, Philadelphia Road, and at 10 o'clock at the Santa Clara Avenue Church of Christ. Burial will be made in Woodland cemetery.
Anna B. Falknor
Dayton Daily News – January 6, 1954, Pg J7
Mrs. Anna B. Falknor, 86, died at 7 a.m. Wednesday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry E. Iams., 1515 Earlham dr.
She was born in Trotwood and had been a Dayton resident for the last eight years. She was a member of the Christian church in Trotwood.
In addition to her daughter, Mrs. Falknor is survived by four sons, J. Howard, Lee A. and Leonard D., all of Dayton; a sister, Mrs. Enos Brumbaugh of Union; eight grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
Dayton Daily News – November 1, 1930, Pg 6
DIES FOLLOWING LONG ILLNESS
Mrs. Elizabeth Fallis, 82, mother of Mrs. Charles E. Comer, wife of the head of the Comer Manufacturing Co., died at 11:50 p.m. Friday at the Miami Valley hospital. Her death followed an illness of several years, during a part of which time she was confined to the hospital. She suffered with paralysis.
Mrs. Fallis was born in Xenia, but had lived most of her life in Dayton.
Surviving are her three daughters, Mrs. W. F. Knuth, Mrs. A. C. Stolz and Mrs. C. E. Comer; 15 grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. J. W. Denise.
Friends may view the remains at Bradford and Routsonz's [sic] funeral parlors, 627 W. Third st. until Monday noon. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at the Woodland cemetery chapel. Burial will be made in Woodland cemetery.
Dayton Daily News – November 3, 1930, Pg 19
Funeral services for Mrs. Martha Elizabeth Fallis, 82, who died at 11:30 p.m. Friday at the Miami Valley hospital, were conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at the Woodland cemetery chapel. Burial was in Woodland cemetery.
Mary D. Farnham
Dayton Daily Journal - May 27, 1869, Pg 3
At the family residence, on May street, in this city, on Tuesday evening, May 25th, at 7 1/2 o'clock, Mary D., wife of Geo. R. Farnham. Funeral at Raper Chapel on to-day (Thursday) at 9 1/2 A.M., Rev. Dr. Crum officiating.
Mae Z. Faulkner
Dayton Journal - October 2, 1993, Pg 9D
FAULKNER, Mae Z., age 71, of Centerville, passed away Friday morning at Sycamore Hospital. She was preceded in death by her husband, James C. Faulkner, Feb. 7, 1965. Survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Barbara A. and Mark D. Houseman of W. Carrollton; son and daughter-in-law, Marshall B. and Freda S. Faulkner of Miamisburg; 2 sisters, Fanny Hatton of Middletown, Dora Wingate of Jacksonville, FL.; 4 grandchildren, James B. Faulkner of Miamisburg, Melissa S. Hall and husband, Doug of Kettering, Crystal M. Faulkner of Miamisburg, and Shellie M. Faulkner of W. Carrollton. Funeral services will be Monday 10 A.M. at the Swart Funeral Home, W. Carrollton. Pastor David Schooler officiating. Burial Evergreen Cemetery.
Dayton Daily News – July 10, 1908
LONG ILLNESS IS ENDED BY DEATH
As the result of an illness that commenced last autumn, Frederick Fearing, aged 55, a well-known and faithful employe of the Globe Iron company, died Thursday evening at his residence, 307 East Xenia avenue. He is survived by his wife and two children.
Funeral services will be held at the residence Monday morning at 10 o'clock, and will be conducted by Rev. M. L. Baum, pastor of Hope Evangelical Lutheran church. The body will be interred in Woodland cemetery.
Callie K. Feicht
Dayton Journal - March 23, 1907, Pg 16
Miss Callie K. Feicht, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Feicht, died Friday morning at her home on the Cincinnati pike south of the city. The funeral will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock and the remains will be buried in Woodland.
The deceased was 25 years of age and had many friends in this city who are deeply grieved over her death.
John P. Feidler
Dayton Daily News – April 12, 1939
Funeral services for John P. Feidler, 76, a tailor in Dayton until a few years ago, who was found dead several days ago in his room in Milwaukee, Wis., will be held at 8 a.m. Thursday at the Jackson funeral home and at 8:30 a.m. at the Holy Trinity church. Burial will be in Calvary cemetery. The body may be viewed at the funeral home starting Wednesday noon. Surviving are four sons, Joseph and Harry of Dayton; George of Kansas City, and John of Delphos; a daughter, Mrs. Loretto [sic] Bagger, of Philadelphia; a brother, George, of Washington, D.C.; one sister, Mrs. Jennie Petesch, of Baltimore, Md.; 14 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
Dayton Daily News – August 1, 1940, Pg 8
Funeral services for Mrs. Kunigunda Feldmaier, 77, who died Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lewis F. Hagerman, 1157 Epworth av. will be held at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at the Morris Sons funeral home, 1809 E. Third st. Burial will be in Woodland cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from Friday noon until services. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Hagerman and Mrs. Nellie M. Briedenbach of Dayton, and one son, William Feldmaier of Chillicothe, O. and nine grandchildren. She has resided in Dayton for 55 years.
Dayton Journal - July 26, 1934, Pg 1
Mrs. Matilda Feth, 79, died early Thursday morning at her residence after an illness of one year. She was a lifelong resident of Dayton having lived at 205 Howard st. all her life.
She was a member of the Catholic Ladies of Columbia, No. 63, and the St. Helen Altar society of Holy Trinity church.
She leaves two daughters, Gertrude Feth and Mrs. Cora Weber, one son, Vincent J. Feth of Columbus; two brothers, Albert Braun of Detroit and Frank Braun of Dayton; one sister, Jrs. Anna Schwindemann, and eight grandchildren.
Vernon W. Feirstine
Dayton Daily News - July 30, 1948, Pg 32 Col 2
Funeral services for Vernon W. Feirstine, 40, of 1007 Xenia av., will be held at 8:30 a.m. Monday at the residence and at 9 a.m. at St. Anthony church. Burial will be in Calvary cemetery. Friends may call at the residence after 7 p.m. Saturday.
Mr. Feirstine, a World War II veteran, died at 7:45 a.m. Thursday in Veterans Administration hospital after six months' illness. He formerly was a payroll clerk at Frigidaire division of General Motors Corp. and a life resident of Dayton.
He is survived by his mother, Catherine.
Dayton Daily News – May 21, 1959
Services: 8:30 a.m. Friday, Meyer & Boehmer Funeral home, 1733 Brown St.; 9 a.m. St. Anthony church. Friends may call: 2 to 9 p.m. Thursday, funeral home. Burial: Calvary cemetery.
Leona M. Finch
Dayton Daily News - October 18, 1918, Pg 13, Col 3
MRS. LEONA FINCH YEILDS TO PNEUMONIA
Mrs. Leona M. Finch, 27, died Friday at 1:45 a.m. at her residence, 129 LaBelle street, after a ten days illness with pneumonia. She is survived by one son, Richard, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Grady, three sisters, Mrs. Anna Rassel, Mrs. Esther Murtrie, and Emma Grady, two brothers, James of Dayton, and Clarence of Detroit. She had been a resident of Dayton all her life, and was a member of St. Joseph church. She belonged to the Ladies' Auxiliary, A. O. H. Funeral services will be held Monday at 7:30 a.m. at the house, and at 8 o'clock at St. Joseph church. Burial will be made at Calvary cemetery.
John H. Finley
Dayton Daily News – May 10, 1927
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR WIDELY KNOWN CARPET CLEANER TUESDAY
The funeral of John H. Finley, one of the old citizens of Dayton who died in his 83rd year at 6:40 Saturday morning, will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the residence, 73 Mead st. Burial will be in Woodland cemetery.
Mr. Finley was engaged in the carpet cleaning and manufacturing business for 48 years.
He belonged to Oak Street U.B. church and was a charter member of the American Sons of Protection.
Mr. Finley came to Dayton in 1867 two years after the Civil War. During the first 13 years of his residence he was employed as sexton of the Grace M.E. church. Then he started in his present business.
One daughter Mabel Finley and a son Howard Finley survive.
Dayton Daily News – June 24, 1975
FINLEY, Robert E. age 81 of 515 Oak Knoll Dr., Oakwood, died Sunday. He was a Captain in the Field Artillery in WWI, Member of Kiwanis Club of Dayton, Professional Engineers of the State of Ohio, former Vice President and Director of the Dayton Power & Light Co., retiring in 1954 after 33 years service with the company. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati. Survived by his wife Helen (Hutchings) Finley 1 daughter, Mrs. Suzanne Finley Ullmann of Alexander, Va., 1 son, Robert H. Finley of Mich., 2 grandchildren, David C. Ullmann and Sharon L. Ullmann. Private service Wednesday 1:30 p.m. from the Roberts Funeral Home, 921 Brown St. Rev Robert Willauer officiating. Interment Woodland Cemetery. No visitation. In liew [sic] of flowers friends may make contributions to Dayton Kiwanis or Parkinsons Disease Foundation, 604 West 166th St., New York.
Dayton Daily News – July 10, 1908
HE WAS A SLAVE BEFORE THE WAR
After living four score and eight years, William Finley, father of J. H. Finley, the carpet cleaner, died Thursday evening at the residence of his son on Mead street. The old man was one of the types of the "befoh de war" negroes who are rapidly disappearing, and who are so seldom found these days, one of those rigidly honest sturdy old men who enjoyed the respect of both white and colored alike.
He was born in Casell county, North Carolina, in slavery days and remained in bondage until freed by the emancipation proclamation during the progress of the Civil War. It was in the fall of 1869 that he removed to Dayton and he has since made his home in this city.
Funeral services will be held at the residence on Mead street Saturday afternoon at two o'clock and will be conducted by Rev. J. G. Huber, pastor of the Oak street U.B. church. Interment will be made in Woodland cemetery.
Dayton Journal - June 18, 1916, Pg 11
FITZPATRICK--Matthew. Friday evening. Funeral from the late residence, Salem pike, Monday morning at 8:30, and from Corpus Christi church at 9 o'clock. Burial Calvary.
Katharine Houk Flint
Dayton Daily News - January 28, 1956, Pg 10, Col 5
EX-DAYTONIAN DIES IN EAST
News has been received here of the unexpected death of Katharine Houk Flint, 63, Friday at her home in North Woodbury, Conn.
Mrs. Flint was the widow of DeWitt Charles Flint. A member of a pioneer Dayton family, she was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thruston Houk.
She is survive3d by a granddaughter, Katharine Houk Flint of North Woodbury; a brother, John Talbott Houk of Sea Island, Ga., and a sister, Mrs. Alexander Hammer of Wayland, Mass.
Mrs. Flint retired recently as assistant head mistress of Westover school in Middlebury, Conn. Before removing east 20 years ago, Mrs. Flint was associated with McCall Corp. here. Services will be conducted in Dayton.
Dayton Journal – April 12, 1855
ELIZABETH FOGLESONG SUICIDE
A young girl named Elizabeth Foglesong, whose parents live near Peru, Ind., and who has been living with some friends in this vicinity, drowned herself yesterday morning, in a pond about five miles below Dayton. The water in the pond was stagnant, filled with moss, and not more than three feet deep. When found, she was lying upon her back, her sun bonnet drawn over her face, her hands just under the water, and her feet close to the shore.
The causes which induced the [illegible] are entirely unknown. On Monday evening she seemed to be in good spirits; but on Tuesday, not quite so lively as usual. About 8 o'clock in the morning, she put on her bonnet, and left the house, as was supposed, to visit a neighbor. In passing along the road, some of her friends called to her from their houses, but she returned no answer. Her absence having caused apprehensions for her safety, search was made, but the body was not found till Wednesday morning.
She was engaged to a young man in the neighborhood, and was understood to have been on good terms with him at the time she destroyed herself.
An inquest was held by Coroner Richards, and the facts above stated were elicited by the examination of witnesses.
We had a visit yesterday from a young man who resides near Peru, Indiana, and is well acquainted with the parents and family of Elizabeth Foglesong, whose death by her own act, we were pained to record on Thursday. The parents of Elizabeth formerly resided in this vicinity, and she was related to several of the most respectable families in the county. She is described as possessing much personal beauty, and a remarkably cheerful, happy disposition. She came to visit her friends some time last summer, with the intention of returning home in the Fall, but a courtship and a marriage engagement induced her to delay her return till she could do so as a bride, and in company with her husband. But the marriage was deferred from time to time, even after the day was fixed and all things were ready, until, receiving intelligence from home that two of her married sisters, with their families, were about to leave for Kansas, she determined to go out and see them before their departure. A friend of the family came in, and it was arranged that Elizabeth should return with him on last Wednesday morning. Her preparations were all made on Monday, and she was in her usual spirits during the day. At night her lover visited her and remained until a late hour. The next morning at breakfast, she was gloomy and depressed, and soon after left the house to accomplish the destruction of her life.
The belief of her friends and neighbors, as we gather from several sources, is, that the unfortunate girl had been betrayed, as many have seen before her; that she had abandoned the hope of inducing her lover to fulfill his promise, and fearful of appearing in the presence of her mother, whose scrutiny might detect her real condition, she drowned herself in that stagnant pond. It is a sad history, but it is one which is becoming far too common in our land. The fate of him, who of old "betrayed innocent blood," might in many cases be a fitting conclusion of the life of the betrayer of woman's confidence and the destroyer of innocence and virtue.
We have learned some few facts no heretofore stated, in regard to the suicide. The unfortunate girl was visiting her uncle, Mr. John Hiser; it was from his house that she sat out on her fearful errand. It was supposed during the whole of Tuesday, that she would return, and it was not until Wednesday morning that fears for her safety were expressed and search made to recover her body. The very pond in which she lay was passed by Mr. Hiser on Tuesday evening, and he noticed the pieces of rotten wood floating about the spot near which the body was found next day. Search was first made in the river, when Mrs. Fleming, one of the party of neighbors, determined to go up to the place at which Elizabeth was last seen, near a railway crossing, and discover if she could, by foot prints in the dust, which way the girl had gone. She found tracks, followed them to the pond, which was a short distance off, and discovered the clothing of the drowned girl above the surface of the water, which was not over two feet deep.
The parents of the deceased girl, both of whom are quite advanced in years, and strongly attached to their daughter, are now expecting her return home. How great will be their disappointment and their grief, when the intelligence of her death, and the circumstances attending it, shall reach them?
Flora Belle Foltz
Miamisburg News – February 7, 1946, Pg 4
LENGTHY ILLNESS ENDED BY DEATH
Following a lingering illness, Mrs. Flora Belle Foltz, 70, of 504 East Maple avenue, passed away at Miami Valley hospital at 9:15 o'clock Sunday evening. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon from the Brough funeral home, with Rev. C. S. Smith officiating. Burial was made in Hill Grove cemetery.
Mrs. Foltz had been in failing health for the past several years and her condition became serious last spring with complications and a heart ailment. She had been confined at the hospital for the past two weeks.
She was born Nov. 14, 1875, near Williamsburg, Ohio, and had resided in Miamisburg for 40 years. She was an active member of the United Brethren Church until her health began to fail.
She is survived by her husband Charles M. Foltz, clerk in the board of the elections at Montgomery County court house; two daughters, Mrs. Naomi Weidner, former automobile registrar in this city, and Miss. Ruth Foltz at home; one son, Robert, at home; four sisters, Mrs. Edward Bell of Germantown, Mrs. Myrtle Renner of Dayton, Mrs. Lula Dickey and Mrs. Mary Byrd of this city; one brother, Edward Newkirk, of Dayton; two grandchildren, Miss Phyllis Weidner, of this city, and Bernard Weidner, who is stationed with the United States Army at Himeji, Japan.
William C. Forney
Dayton Daily News - May 17, 1934, Pg 11, Col 5
Funeral services for William C. Forney, 64, of R. R. 8, were held at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the residence. Burial was in Hawker cemetery.
Dayton Daily Journal - February 23, 1931, Pg 20
FORSTE--Albert, aged 37 years, died Saturday noon, Feb. 21. Survived by father, Carl Forste; one brither, two sisters, all of Cincinnati. Funeral Feb. 25, at 2 p. m., at Staley High funeral parlors, 6546 Montgomery rd., County Heights, Cincinnati. Interment Cincinnati, O.
Mary Louise Forsyth
Dayton Daily News – April 12, 1939
Funeral services for Mary Louise Forsyth, 47, who died at 3:20 a.m. Wednesday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Charles Hageman, 121 Hold st., following a year's illness, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Friday at the residence with burial in Woodland cemetery. The body may be viewed at the residence from Thursday afternoon until time of services. She was an active member of the Central Presbyterian church where she was for many years superintendent of the junior Sunday school and a member of the Virginia Asher council. For the past three years she had been employed at the Good Will Industries. A graduate of Steele high school, she attended Dayton Normal school and the Miami Jacobs Business college. Besides her sister, Mrs. Hageman, with who she had lived for 12 years, she is survived by two other sisters, Mrs. Felicia Hapner and Mrs. Margaret Curran, and a brother, A. W. Forsyth.
Thomas H. Foster
Dayton Daily Journal - May 31, 1869, Pg 3
At Morning Sun, in Preble county, May 27th, Thomas H. Foster, formerly of this city, aged 30 years.
Wayne C. Fouch
Dayton Daily News - January 28, 1956, Pg 10, Col 1
WAYNE C. FOUCH DIES; LIVED HERE 60 YEARS
Wayne C. Fouch, 60, of 1826 Malvern av. died at 11:55 p.m. Friday at his residence after a length illness.
Born in Elwood, Ind., he had resided in Dayton 40 years. Mr. Fouch was employed at the Grant-Brownell Co., and was a member of St. John chapter, F&AM.
Surviving are his wife, Minnie; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Worstine of Dayton and Mrs. Beulah King of Wichita, Kan., and a brother, Walter L. of Anderson, Ind.
Dayton Daily News - June 18, 1967, Pg 9C
FOUCHT, Mrs. Virginia, age 60, of 4207 Elliot Av., died Wednesday. She was born in Washington, C.H., O., and had been a Dayton resident for the past 55 years. Survived by her husband, Millard J.; 1 daughter, Mrs. Annette J. Delscamp of Dayton; 2 sisters, Mrs. Grace Reser of New York City, Mrs. Annette Hooton of Alhambra, Calif.; 1 brother, Charles Tharp of Los Angeles, Calif.; 2 grandchildren, Gary and Denise Delscamp. Funeral services Monday at 9 a.m. from the Roberts Funeral Home, 921 Brown St., Rev. Duard Bowron officiating. Interment in Washington C. H. cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home 4-9 p.m. Sunday.
Miamisburg News - February 10, 1888, Pg 3, Col 2
On the 4th Inst., at the residence of her son in law, Mr. N. Kershner, at Dayton, O., after a brief illness, Mrs. Sarah Foust, aged 68 years, 4 months and 14 days. Funeral Tuesday the 7th inst. conducted by Rev. W.A. Bowman.
Services and interment at Ellerton, assisted by Rev. Poorman of Farmersville.
Deceased was confirmed a member of Zions Lutheran Church by Rev. H. Heincke and was faithful to her vows till death.
Mrs. Foust, nee Apple, was twice married. Her first husband was Mr. Geo Kreitzer, to them were born eight children, the father and two children preceded the mother to eternity. Her second marriage was with Mr. Joseph Foust, to whom were born three children; the father and one son some years ago departed this life.
The deceased was highly respected by all who knew her. She leaves 6 sons, 2 daughters, 35 grand and 3 great grand children and other relatives and friends to mourn her loss.
Dayton Journal – August 28, 1875, Pg 1
Thursday, August 26th, Albert, little son of Josiah and Sophia Fouts, aged 5 years and 7 months. Funeral at the family residence, No. 1013 Third street, Miami City, Sabbath afternoon at 3 o'clock. Services by Elder W. D. Stone, of Union City, Ind. Interment, Woodland.
Anna Nora Fouts
Dayton Daily News - February 22, 1947, Pg 18
Mrs. Anna Nora Fouts, 75, died at her home, 115 Lorenz av. Friday. A member of Second Church of Christ Scientist, she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Roma F. Rhoades, and a son, Vinton M. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Banta Funeral Home, 3419 W. Third st., with burial in Memorial Park cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday.
Dayton Journal – August 18, 1875, Pg 1
Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock, Walter, infant son of Josiah and Sophia Fouts, aged one year and eight months. Interment Woodland.
Dayton Daily News - May 17, 1934, Pg 11, Col 5
Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Fox, of 40 Costello st., were held at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the Frank Riesinger funeral parlors. Burial was in Woodland.
Chris H. Frank
Dayton Daily News - June 1, 1923, Pg 27, Col 2
(Picture accompanied Frank obituary.)
BURY OFFICER OF INSURANCE FIRM SATURDAY
Funeral services for Chris H. Frank, 77, who died Thursday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. S. C. Nieman, 734 Harmon av., will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence.
Mr. Frank was born in Heilbron, Germany, on April 27, 1846. He emigrated to this country at the age of 14 and located first in Marshall, Ill., coming then to Dayton in 1861.
He clerked in the grocery stores of John F. Edgar and Ezra Bimm for a number of years and then engaged in the dyeing business at Fifth and Clair st., after which for several years he was engaged in the mineral water business. He then became associated in the milling business known as the Bruns-Frank Milling Co. on Front st.
In 1912 he organized the Buckeye Veneer Co., and continued in this business until Oct., 1922. He was vice president of Reliable Fire Insurance Co., a charter member of Humboldt lodge K. of P.; a member of the Dayton Turners association and a member of the German Pioneer society. In 1870 he was married to Dora Bruns who preceded him in death in June, 1922.
He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. S. C. Nieman; one son, Harry W. Frank, and three grandchildren.
John R. Francis
Dayton Journal - March 28, 1907, Pg 13
FRANCIS--John R., Wednesday, March 27, 1907, at 8:15 p. m., aged 58 years, 8 months and 2 days. Funeral from residence, 103 S. Montgomery st., Saturday, March 30, at 2 p. m. Interment Woodland.
Benjamin J. Frantz
Dayton Journal - September 16, 1915, Pg 11
Benjamin J., September 15, 1915, at 1:30 p. m., aged 36 years, 9 months and 12 days. Funeral services at the residence, 3029 East Third street, Saturday, September 18, at 2 p. m., and in St. John's English Evangelical Lutheran church, St. Clair street, at 3 p. m., Rev. M. L. Wagner officiating. Interment in Woodland cemetery. Friends invited.
Frank C. Frese
Dayton Daily News – April 12, 1939
Funeral services for Frank C. Frese, 64, a retired buyer for the J. T. Barlow Co., who died of a heart attack in St. Petersburgh [sic], Fla., at 1:30 p.m. Monday, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the home of his sister, Jennie Frese, in Elmore, O. He was a lifelong resident of Dayton and maintained his residence at the Biltmore hotel, prior to spending the winter in Florida. He was a 32nd degree Mason and a member of the Elks lodge. Surviving are another sister, Ida Frese, of New York, and three brothers, Charles, George and Lewis Frese of Toledo.
Joseph E. Frick
Dayton Journal - February 22, 1907, Pg 9
FRICK--Joseph E., Wednesday, Feb. 20, 1907, at 5:30 p. m., aged 38 years, 10 months, 4 days. Funeral Saturday, Feb. 23, at 7:45 a. m., from residence, 430 Linwood st., and from Emanuel church at 8:30 o'clock. Interment Calvary. Friends invited.
Leo A. Fricke
Dayton Daily News - January 8, 1920, Pg 20, Col 6
DAYTON YOUTH DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS
Leo A. Fricke, 17, died Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock at the residence, 411 South Hawthorn street. He had been ill for several months with a complication of diseases, beginning with rheumatism.
The young man was born and spent his life in this city. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fricke. He obtained his education at St. John's school and at Stivers' high school. Later he was employed as a toolmaker.
He leaves his parents; four brothers, Carl, Victory, Clarence and Raymond Fricke, and three sisters, Leona and Clara Fricke of Dayton, and Loretta, of Chicago.
The funeral will be held Friday morning at 8:15 o'clock from the residence, and at 8:30 o'clock at St. John's church. Burial will be made in Calvary cemetery.
Mildred I. Fuller
Dayton Daily News – February 23, 1931
Funeral services for Mildred I. Fuller, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Fuller (Mildred Lockwood), of 827 Walton av., will be held Thursday at 1:15 p. m. at the residence and at 1:30 p. m. at the Church of the Nazarene. Burial will be in Memorial Park cemetery. She is survived by her parents and one sister, Mary Catherine Fuller.
Charles B. Fulwiler
Dayton Daily News – April 13, 1939
Charles B. Fulwiler, 79, lifelong resident of Dayton and member of a pioneer Dayton family, died at 5:30 a.m. Thursday at his residence, 1221 Windsor dr., following an illness of three weeks. He was a pattern maker, retiring in 1928, member of the Sacred Heart church and the Royal Arcanum lodge. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Mary Fulwiler; one son, Clarence; two daughters, Mrs. Arnold Burkhard of Toledo, and Mrs. J. Ellis Mayl; one brother, Samuel, and one grandchild.
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