Obituaries for Surnames beginning with "L"
L. D. Lainhart
Dayton Daily News - September 25, 1984, Pg 23
LAINHART, L. D., Sr., age 44, of 46 S. Main St, W. Alexandria, died Sunday at Good Samaritan Hospital after a sudden illness. He was an employee of Dayton Walther. He is survived by his wife Jane, 3 sons, L. D. Lainhart, Jr., Joe Allen Lainhart, and Jason Lainhart, 1 daughter Sue Lainhart, all at home, 1 grandson Benjamin Riege, mother Lonnie Lainhart, W. Alexandria, 1 brother Joe Lainhart, Exton, OH. Graveside commital services, Friday, Sept. 28, 1984, 10am at Fairview Cemetery, West Alexandria. Rev. Percy Miller officiating. Friends may call at Lindloff-Zimmerman Funeral Home Tuesday Sept. 25, 3-5 or 7-9PM.
Minnie E. Lake
Dayton Daily News - April 29, 1913, Pg 8
The funeral of Mrs. Minnie E. Lake, who committed suicide Sunday morning, will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at her late residence, Cincinnati and Albany streets. Burial will be made in Woodland Cemetery.
William F. Lake
Dayton Daily News – September 17, 1936, Pg 11
William F. Lake, 76, 221 S. Jackson st., a member of Molders' Union, Local No. 181, died Thursday morning at St. Elizabeth hospital following an illness of a few days. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. C. H. Muegernberg, Lynn, Ind., and Mrs. Edward Jelly, Richmond, Ind.; one brother and three sisters, of Cincinnati. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 7:15 a.m. at Walters' funeral parlors and at Holy Trinity church at 7:45 a.m. Burial will be in Memorial Park cemetery. The remains may be viewed at the parlors from Friday noon until time of the services.
Dayton Daily News - April 22, 1954, Pg 44
John Landek, 59, of 202 Wortman av., died at Good Samaritan hospital Wednesday night after a long illness. He was born in Hungary and had resided in Dayton 41 years.
He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Guy Vines of Dayton, and several nieces and nephews.
Services will be conducted at 10 a. m. Saturday at the Guy J. Magetti funeral home, 324 N. Broadway, and at 10:30 a. m. in the Hungarian Evangelical Reformed church, 626 Blaine st., by the Rev. Andrew Hamza. Burial will be in Woodland cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p. m. Friday.
J. F. Lane
Dayton Daily News – November 2, 1930, Pg 9
Funeral rites for J. F. Lane, 70, of Fletcher, who died at 9:30 a.m. Friday at the home of his brother, Dr. A. H. Lane, 406 Otterbein av., will be conducted at 10 a.m. Monday at the residence in that village. Burial will be made in Fletcher cemetery. Survivors include his brother, Dr. A. H. Lane and two sisters, Mrs. Mitia Saunders, of Fletcher and Mrs. Lucinda Erhart, of Piqua. His wife, Mrs.Hannah Lane preceded him in death.
Dayton Daily News – November 3, 1930, Pg 19
Funeral services for J. F. Lane of Fletcher, who died Friday at the home of his brother, Dr. A. H. Lame, 406 Otterbein av., were conducted Monday at 10 a.m. at the late residence in Fletcher. Burial was in the village cemetery.
Joseph F. Lang
Dayton Journal Herald - March 9, 1953, Pg 3
TIPP CITY--Joseph Frederick Lang, 74, of 21 Bowman avenue, died at 6:00 p.m. yesterday at Brown hospital, U. S. Veterans Administration center, Dayton. He was a retired employee of the Buckeye Brass and Iron company, Dayton, and a Spanish-American War veteran. Services will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the Coppock and Lee Memorial home here, with Rev. Lloyd Zoller officiating. Burial in Maple Hill cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. today. Surviving are his wife, Bessie, and a son, Lowell, of Tipp City.
Lois Ann Lang
Dayton Daily News – July 3, 1933, Pg 5
COUGHING SPELL FATAL TO GIRL
Lois Ann Lang, 5-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lang (nee Grimme), died suddenly Sunday at 11:45 p.m. at the residence, 200 Clover st., following a coughing spell. She had been suffering from whooping cough for four weeks, but had not been confined to her bed and seemed to be on the road to recovery.
Following the attack and after she lapsed into unconsciousness police worked with a pulmeter in an effort to revive the child.
She was a member of the juvenile department of Council 63, Catholic Ladies of Columbus, members of which will conduct services at the residence at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. She also belonged to the Guardian Angel society of Holy Trinity church. She had been a pupil in the kindergarten of the Ruskin school.
Her father, Vincent Lang, is vice president of the C. W. Lang Tool Co. Besides her parents she leaves her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Lang and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Grimme, and her great-grandmothers, Mrs. Rose Binger and Mrs. Josephine Lange.
Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 8 a.m. from the residence, 200 Clover st., and at 8:30 at Holy Trinity church. Burial will be in Calvary cemetery.
Dayton Daily News - June 1, 1923, Pg 1, Col 2
TRAIN VICTIM IS IDENTIFIED
The man who was killed by a B. & O. train at the Keifer st. crossing Thursday was identified Thursday night at the C. E. West undertaking establishment as John Lauber, 72, of 435 Maryland av. The identification was made by Carl Weidner, Lauber's stepson.
Lauber was crossing the tracks shortly before 6 o'clock Thursday morning when he was struck by the train. Death was immediate.
The widow, two daughters, three sons and two step-sons survive.
Funeral services will be held at 7:30 o'clock Saturday morning at the late residence and at 8 o'clock at Holy Rosary church. Burial will be made in Calvary cemetery.
Dayton Daily News - June 1, 1923, Pg 43, Col 7
Funeral services for John Lauber, aged 73, who was killed by a train early Thursday morning will be held Saturday, June 2, at 7:30 a.m. at his residence, 435 Maryland av. and at 8 o'clock at Holy Rosary Church. He leaves his wife, 2 daughters, 3 sons, and 2 stepsons. Interment Calvary.
Dayton Daily Journal - December 24, 1907, Pg 5
The body of Peter Lauer, who died at the St. Elizabeth Hospital Sunday, was taken to his home in Springfield for burial.
Dayton Journal – September 21, 1872
At the National Asylum for D.V.S., near Dayton, Ohio, on September 11, 1872, Charles Laure, aged 43 years, late of the Seventy-second Regiment, New York Volunteers. Cause of death, consumption. Admitted to Asylum, May 28th, 1872.
Annie C. Law
Dayton Journal – August 20, 1875, Pg 1
LAW – At 9 o'clock a.m., Wednesday, August 18th, of heart disease, Annie C., daughter of John P. and Jennie B. Law. Funeral to-morrow (Friday) afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from the family residence, [illegible] East Second street. Interment, Woodland. Friends are invited.
Thelma C. Lawrence
Dayton Daily News - March 7, 1952, Pg 35
Mrs. Thelma C. Lawrence, 39, of 13 Hess st., died at 1:10 a. m. Friday in St. Elizabeth hospital after four months' illness.
Mrs. Lawrence was born in Dayton. She is survived by her husband, Charles M.; her stepfather, Ed. Lundsford; a daughter, Mrs. Estella Ebbing; two sons, Charles M. Jr., in the U. S. Navy at Norfolk, Va., and James Lee, and a sister, Mrs. Evelyn Spencer.
Dayton Daily News - April 22, 1954, Pg 44
Services for Jesse Lawson, 50, of 404 Pontiac st., will be conducted at 1 p. m. Saturday at the Loritts funeral home, 636 W. Fifth st., by the Rev. D. W. McFarland. Burial will be in Greencastle cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p. m. Friday.
Mr. Lawson, a laborer, died Monday in Miami Valley hospital. He was born in Selma, Ala., and had resided in Dayton 30 years.
He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Bertha Tigner and Mrs. Geraldine Reese of Dayton; two sisters, Mrs. Robert Pettaway and Miss Rose Lawson of Selma; two brothers, William and David Lawson of Selma, and six grandchildren.
Mrs. Frank Lee
Dayton Daily News - October 25, 1918, Pg 17
The funeral of Mrs. Frank Lee, 26, who died of pneumonia Wednesday night at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clatty, 640 East First street, will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, and burial will be made at Willow Grove cemetery.
Mrs. Lee, before her marriage three years ago at Indianapolis, was Miss Helen Clatty of this city. Besides her husband and parents, she is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Frank Fagg of Dayton, and Mrs. Dewey Pettit of Jonesville, Ky., and one brother, Lawrence Clatty of Dayton. At the time of her death, Mrs. Lee and her husband were visiting her parents from Jeffersonville, where Mr. Lee is stationed with the U. S. Quartermasters department.
William H. Legler
Dayton Daily News – September 28, 1921, Pg 21
Funeral services for William H. Legler, 77, who died Saturday at his residence, 60 Jones street. Were conducted Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock in Holy Trinity church. Burial was made in Calvary cemetery.
Dayton Journal - January 23, 1923, Pg 12
Funeral services for John Lehman, 46, who died Sunday at the St. Elizabeth hospital, will be held at 8:30 o'clock tomorrow morning in his late residence, 1407 Dakota street, and at 9 o'clock in the Church of the Resurrection. Burial will be in Calvary cemetery.
Roxie M. Lehr
Dayton Daily News - May 29, 1976, Pg 10
Lehr, Mrs. Roxie M., age 81, of 246 Indiana Ave., passed away at 1:15 p.m. Friday at the Parkview Manor Nursing Home. A member of the Eastern Star Victory Chapter No. 410 and the Ottervein United Methodist Church. Those surviving are the husband Glenn; 2 brothers Herbert R. Leonard of Dayton, Claude B. Leonard of North Miami, Fla., several nieces and nephews. Funeral services 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Hetrick Funeral Home, 15 Wampler Ave. Dr. Harvey C. Hahn and Pastor Roy W. Fisher officiating. Burial in Woodland Cemetery. Visitation 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Monday at the funeral home.
Miamisburg News – September 24, 1969, Section 1, Pg 10
Funeral services were conducted Saturday at St. Johns Lutheran Church for Mrs. Bessie Leis, age 75 of 119 South Third Street. Mrs. Leis died Thursday at Miami Valley Hospital. She was a native of Montgomery County and a lifelong area resident. Mrs. Leis was a member of the St. Johns Church.
Survivors include three sons, Forrest, Chester and Richard, all of Miamisburg; three daughters, Mrs. Velma Gephart, Mrs. Janet Reed and Mrs. Alma King, all of Miamisburg; one brother, Argus Saylor of Bellbrook; two sisters, Mrs. Hazel Gunder of Fletcher and Mrs. Ennettie Johnson of Spring Valley; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
The Rev. William Paul officiated at the services and burial was at Hillgrove Cemetery. The Gebhart and Schmidt Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
Carrie M. Leis
Miamisburg News – October 4, 1951, Section 1, Pg 1
LAST RITES HELD FOR CARRIE LEIS
Funeral services were held Monday at 2 p. m. for Mrs. Carrie M. Leis, 54, wife of Calvin Leis of the Dayton-Springboro road. Mrs. Leis dropped dead of a heart attack while working in a garden at her home last Friday.
Services were from the Brough Memorial home with Rev. H. Grady Shoffner officiating. Burial was in Hillgrove cemetery.
Surviving in addition to the husband are five daughters, Mrs. Flora L. Shaw of R. R. 7, Dayton; Mrs. Clova Good and Mrs. Cleo Vorhis of Miamisburg, and Lillian Marie and Adra Ann Leis at home; four sons, Franklin of Dayton, and James, Junior Lee and Robert at home; her mother, Mrs. Flora Whitman of Dayton; three brothers, William of Jacksonburg, Charles of Miamisburg, and George Whitman of Dayton; a sister, Mrs. Florence Arnold of Germantown, and four grandchildren.
Clayton E. Leis
Miamisburg News – August 5, 1954, Section 1, Pg 5
CLAYTON E. LEIS DIES TUESDAY; RITES ARE FRIDAY
Illness which extended since last November ended in the death of Clayton E. Leis, 64, lifelong Miamisburg resident, at his home, 434 Buckeye street at 11:15 a. m. Tuesday.
Mr. Leis was well known throughout the Miamisburg area having served as a yard foreman for the Grove & Weber Lumber company for 34 years. He left the Grove & Weber firm in January of 1953 to take a position as custodian at the intermediate school, where he served until his illness last November.
He was born in Miamisburg July 25, 1890 and was a member of St. John's Lutheran church.
Surviving him are his wife, Mrs. Bessie Saylor Leis; three daughters, Mrs. Harry (Velma) Gephart, Mrs. Lee (Alma) King and Miss. Janet Leis; three sons, Chester, Forest, and Richard; two brothers Calvin and George; one sister, Mrs. Adam Early; one granddaughter, Suzanne Leis, all of the Miamisburg area.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Friday at the Gebhart and Schmidt funeral home, with Kenneth Sauer, student pastor at St. John's Lutheran church, officiating in the absence of Rev. J. S. Herold. Burial will be in Hill Grove cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p. m. today.
Edward C. Leis
This obit, provided by Karen Ansley Krugman at firstname.lastname@example.org, was in her grandmother's bible. The source is unknown.
EDWARD C. LEIS RITES WEDNESDAY
Funeral services for Edward C. Leis, 83, well known retired farmer in this vicinity, who passed away at Miami Valley Hospital Sunday evening at 11 O'clock, were held Wednesday afternoon from the Brough funeral home with the Rev. H.F. Hamburger officiating. Burial was made in Hill Grove cemetery.
Mr. Leis had suffered a fractured right hip in a fall January 26 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Adam Early, Springboro Road, with whom he resided, and was removed to the hospital last Thursday. He spent his entire life east of Miamisburg, and was a member of St.John's Lutheran Church. He was preceded in death by his wife, Rose Louise Peterman Leis in 1939.
He leaves one daughter, Mrs. Early; three sons, Clayton, Calvin and George W.; one brother, George A. Leis; 19 grandchildren and six great grandchildren.
Rosa Louisa Leis
Miamisburg News - Thursday, August 10, 1939, Pg 10, Col 2
MRS. ED C. LEIS DIES SUDDENLY
Funeral services for Mrs. Rosa Louisa Leis, 72, of the Springboro Road, who died very suddenly at her home Saturday evening at 10:15 o'clock, were held Tuesday afternoon from the Gebhart Lutheran Church with Rev. Charles W. Cassel of West Carrollton, officiating. Burial was made in Hill Grove Cemetery.
Mrs. Leis' health had been failing for the past several months, but her death came as a shock to her many relatives and friends. She and her husband had just retired for the evening when she was stricken suddenly with a heart attack. She was born near Germantown May 11, 1867 and lived in the Miamisburg community for Fifty years. She was a member of the Gebhart Lutheran Church.
She is survived by her husband, Ed. C. Leis; three sons, Clayton Leis, Calvin Leis, George Leis, and one daughter, Mrs. Julia Early, all of Miamisburg; three sisters, Mrs. Carrie Clymer, Mrs. Annie Clymer, Miss Lillie Peterman and one brother, William Peterman, all of Germantown; also 19 grandchildren and one great grandchild.
W. C. Leitch
Dayton Daily News - March 27, 1907, Pg 13
LEITCH, W. C. Funeral at the residence, 35 Horace st., Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Friends invited. Burial Woodland, private.
Laura Catherine Lentz
Dayton Daily News - February 25, 1935, Pg 3, Col 2
(Picture accompanied Lentz obituary.)
PLAN FUNERAL RITES TUESDAY
Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Catherine Lentz, 70, who died Saturday at her home on the Eaton pike, will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. from the residence and at 2 p.m. at Bear Creek church.
Mrs. Lentz was the daughter of Abraham and Sarah Erbaugh and the widow of Aaron Lentz. Death was caused by cerebral hemorrhage.
Surviving are one son, Everett A.; four daughters, Mrs. Bertha Eby, Mrs. Della Mumma and Mrs. Ethel Weeks, all of Dayton; three sisters, five brothers and 17 grandchildren.
Lawrence E. Leonard
Dayton Daily News, May 4, 1919, Pg 9
LEONARD--Lawrence E., husband of Margaret Leonard, died Saturday morning at 3:30 at his home, 116 Heaton avenue, age 60 years and 6 months. Funeral Tuesday morning, May 6, at 7 o'clock at the residence, and at St. Mary's church at 7:45. Interment Calvary.
Dayton Journal Herald - March 9, 1953, Pg 3
Services for Mrs. Anna Lesher, 75, of 69 South Dixie drive, will be held at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow at Routsong funeral home, Brown street at Irving avenue. Burial in David cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 4 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. Mrs. Lesher died suddenly early Friday afternoon in Brookville in an auto driven by Mrs. Emma Kohl of Southern Hills. The two were en route to visit friends in Brookville. Coroner Robert E. Zipf said death was due to natural causes. Mrs. Lesher is survived by a brother-in-law, James Lesher of Dayton.
Ida D. Lewis
Dayton Daily News - March 27, 1939, Pg 13
(Picture accompanied Ida D. Lewis obituary.)
Funeral services for Mrs. Ida D. Lewis, 74, of 121 Marson dr., who died suddenly of a heart attack at 5:30 a. m. Monday, will be held at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Marker funeral home, 1706 N. Main st., with burial in Memorial Park cemetery. The body may be viewed at the funeral home after 2 p. m. Tuesday. She had been a resident of Dayton for the past 31 years and was a member of the Grace M. E. church.
Surviving are, two sons, Fred and William lewis; two daughters, Mrs. Clifford L. Fry and Mrs. Fred Moon; seven grandchildren; one brother, George V. Wright and two sisters, Mrs. Millie Householder of Danville, Ill., and Mrs. Mamie Thacker, of Cleveland.
Harry Edmund Lick
Dayton Journal Herald - January 22, 1917, Pg 15
Lick--Harry Edmund, son of Edward and Matilda Lick, died Jan. 21, at 10 a.m., age 24 days. Funeral Jan. 24 from residence, 253 Air st., at 2 p.m. Interment Woodland. Friends invited.
Dayton Daily News – August 2, 1925, Pg 6
Funeral services of Mrs. Elizabeth Lienesch, 91, who died Thursday afternoon at the residence in Columbus, will be held Monday morning at 6:45 from the home of her son, Theodore Lienesch, jr., 322 Park st., and at 7:30 at the Holy Trinity church. Burial will be in Calvary cemetery.
Dayton Daily Journal – December 31, 1894, Pg 4
JOSEPH LINDNER FOUND IN STICKE'LS BREWERY WITH HIS NECK BROKEN
Joseph Lindner, foreman of the Stickel brewery, died in his home, 914 Brown street, yesterday morning at 7:30. The cause of his death is a mystery. He was found by Phillip Kemp, the night watchman, on Monday evening, in the brewery, lying at the head of the stairs leading into the cellar. When found he was unconscious and seemed to be suffering great pain. Kemp moved him so that his head rested against the wall, until others came, when he was carried into the office, where stimulants were administered, and for a time he revived. He was then carried to his home, and Mr. McIlhenny sent for, who prescribed for him without giving any relief. About midnight Dr. Wilson was called, but was unable to relieve the sufferer. He was conscious at short intervals after he was found. The circumstances surrounding the death led to the belief that possibly violence had been used and that someone was responsible for his death. The Coroner was called, and after a careful investigation of the circumstances attending his death, ordered a post mortem examination. Drs. Reeve and Iddings, at the request of the Coroner, held a post mortem.
They found a slight scalp wound on the back part of the head, but the brain was uninjured. Lungs, heart, liver, kidneys and other organs of the body were in a healthy condition, but his neck was broken. The spinal cord was not severed, but was badly lacerated between the fifth and sixth cervical vertebrae, which caused his death. How this was done is not known, and may always remain a mystery.
One theory is that Mr. Lindner fell as he was coming up the stairway when near the top and struck his head against the cellar door. Another theory is that he fell from an attack of heart disease and struck his head against the wall. Still another is that he was struck and knocked down.
In the afternoon, it is stated he had some trouble with William Becherer, and that he ordered Becherer to leave the room, which he refused to do. Soon after William Stickel came in and put Becherer out. About an hour later Becherer was there again, but what occurred between him and Lindner is not certainly known. Alexander Sear, who lives on Brown street, and who was at the brewer at the time, says that he heard Lindner fall, and that Becherer was in the room at the time and led him out telling him to go away. A number of parties state that they heard Becherer say that he was sorry that he hit the old son of a b----.
Becherer was sent to the work house yesterday for another offense, and was visited at that place by a representative of the Journal in company with the Coroner and others. Becherer's statements to the Coroner threw but little light on the mystery; he admitted that he shoved Lindner down and told where and how he fell, but his statements were in conflict with those of other gentlemen. His statement that he was not angry with Lindner and had no wish whatever to hurt him, but when Lindner tried to pull him out he pushed him down and walked out of the brewery.
On Monday night, when Mr. Lindner seemed to be conscious, Mr. Stickel, in the presence of Dr. McIlhenny and others, asked him if any one hit him, and he said "No." He stated that he was overcome with heart disease and fell. This question was repeated several times, and each time he answered that he was not struck by any one. The Coroner will take testimony in the case Friday morning, beginning at 10 o'clock. This investigation may bring to light the facts in the case.
Mr. Lindner was in the sixty-fourth year of his life; he was of German birth, and came to Dayton some years ago from Cincinnati, and has been working for Mr. Stickel for several years. He is said to have been a valuable hand. He leaves a wife and six children, some of whom are married. Mr. Lindner was one of the most faithful of the men employed in the brewery. The verdict of the Coroner will be awaited with much interest.
Flora Jeanette Lightner
Dayton Daily Journal - May 8, 1923, Pg 2
Funeral services for Mrs. Flora Jeanette Lightner, 52, wife of William Lightner, of 38 Mary avenue, who died Sunday afternoon in Grant hospital, Columbus, will be held in her late residence tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Burial will be in Shiloh cemetery.
Dayton Daily News – September 25, 1921
AGED WOMAN WHO DIED IN NEW YORK
The funeral of Mrs. Clemintine Lincoln, mother of J. B. Lincoln, of 1326 Epworth avenue, was held at Hopwell, New York, where she lived most of her life.
Another son, I. J. Lincoln, of Canandaigua, New York, four daughters, all of New York, and one sister and brother, also of New York survive.
Mrs. Lincoln also is survived by nine great-grand-children and 22 grand-children.
Dayton Daily News – February 23, 1931
WILLIAM LINEHAM - Funeral services for William Lineham, 36, who died at his residence, 1635 Rose st., Saturday, were conducted Tuesday at 8:15 a. m. at the residence and at 8:45 a. m. at Holy Family church. Burial was made in Memorial Park cemetery.
Karl [sic Carl] Linsmayer
Dayton Daily News - February 25, 1937, Pg 26, Col 6
(Picture accompanied Linsmayer obituary.)
DAYTON YOUTH KILLED BY TRAIN
Sheriff Phil Kloos, Thursday, was investigating the death of Karl Linsmayer, 19, of 226 N. Orchard st., who was killed at 12:50 p.m. Wednesday when his auto was struck by a Pennsylvania train at the Brookville crossing.
According to Sheriff Kloos, Linsmayer had just taken his fiance, Miss Lola Aldrich, to her home in Brookville and was returning to the N. Orchard st. address, the home of Mrs. Helen Difford [sic Gifford], a sister.
Members of the train crew were to be questioned as to the details of the accident. Linsmayer was killed instantly and his car was demolished, the officers said. Until two years ago Linsmayer lived at the O. S. and S. O. home at Xenia.
Surviving are Mrs. Difford [sic Gifford] and another sister, Louise. Funeral arrangements were being made Thursday.
Dayton Daily News - February 27
Linsmayer was killed early Thursday morning when his automobile was struck by a train at the Brookville crossing. He is survived by his sisters, Mrs. Helen Gifford, with whom he made his home, and Mrs. Louise Pitts, Bellevue apartments, and an uncle, Frank Johnson, former police officer.
Dayton Daily News - March 6, 1919, Pg 13, Col 6
SON OF LOCAL MAN FOUND DEAD; BULLET IN HEAD
Found dead in his bed in a room of a hotel in Mechanicsburg, Thursday morning, Kemp Linville, 30, whose father is T. J. Linville, of the Soldiers Home, is believed to have committed suicide, through the fact that a revolver was found at his side. Linville had shot himself twice in the head. No reasons have been assigned.
Dayton Daily Journal - May 29, 1869, Pg 3
On the evening of May 28th, Caroline, wife of Jacob Linxweiler, Sen. Funeral on Sunday at 2 o'clock P.M. Friends are invited. Interment, Woodland Cemetery.
George A. Little
Dayton Daily News – July 3, 1933, Pg 3
HEART DISEASE PROVES FATAL
Following an illness of heart disease lasting three weeks George A. Little, 74, died at 2:15 a.m. Monday at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Jessie M. Rankin, 1945 E. Third st. He formerly lived near Gallipolis. During the past 10 years or more he had been making his home with his daughter.
Besides his daughter he leaves a son, George B. Little, of Gallipolis, and a granddaughter, Virginia Rankin.
Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Rankin residence. The body will be taken to Gallipolis for burial.
Dayton Daily Journal – November 20, 1922
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Littlejohn, who died Friday in St. Elizabeth hospital, was conducted Monday morning at 8 o'clock at the Krug and Litkowski undertaking parlors and at 8:30 o'clock in Holy Trinity church. Burial was in Calvary cemetery.
Dayton Daily News - June 1, 1923, Pg 42, Col 7
Funeral services of Henry Loebig, 86, who died Wednesday at the residence, R.R.4, wee conducted Friday afternoon at the late residence. Burial was made in Woodland cemetery. He leaves two sons and two daughters.
Emma L. Lohman
Dayton Daily News – March 13, 1949, Pg 15
LOHMAN, Mrs. Emma L., age 78, died at her residence, 324 Illinois av., Thursday. Survived by 1 daughter, Mrs. J. Rowland Wells of Dayton; 2 sons, Lester L. of Dayton and Dr. Marion L. of Hawaii; 2 brothers, Eddie L. and Francis M. Anspaugh of Miamisburg; 4 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild. She was a member of Zion Lutheran church. Funeral services will be held Monday 2 p.m. at the Schlintz and Moore funeral home, 1_32 Wayne av. Pastor Charles I. Millen officiating. Burial Zion cemetery. Friends may call at funeral home from 2 to 9 p.m., Sunday.
Dayton Daily News – April 10, 1939, Pg 13
Robert Long, 56, former employe of the Egry Register Co., died suddenly at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at his residence, 1017 Edison st. Surviving are his widow, Rose; three sons, Robert, Woodrow and Clifford; two daughters, Violet Long and Mrs. Ruth Evans; a brother, two sisters and one grandchild.
Dayton Daily News – May 10, 1927
Funeral services for Edward Longstreet, 62, who died Friday morning at St. Elizabeth hospital, will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Frank Riesinger's funeral parlors. Burial will be in Muller cemetery. He roomed at 1815 W. Third st.
Dayton Daily News - February 24, 1931, Pg 25
Funeral services for Rita Losh, 11-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Losh, 2019 Revere av., who died at St. Elizabeth hospital, Monday at 3 a. m., will be conducted at the Westbrock funeral home Wednesday at 8:15 a. m., followed by requiem mass at St. Anthony's church at 9 a.m. Burial will be made in Calvary cemetery. The body may be viewed at Westbrock's Tuesday night.
Wilbur B. Lough
Dayton Daily News – August 30, 1984
LOUGH, Wilbur B., age 83, of Dayton, died Thursday at Miami Valley Hospital. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite. He is survived by 3 sisters, Freda Myers, Madeline Tyler and Theresa Hanni; 3 brothers, Edgar, Charles & Robert, all of Indiana; 1 sister-in-law, Agnes Hoke of Dayton; several nieces & nephews. Funeral services 2 p.m. Friday at Morris Sons Funeral Home, 180 E. Third St., Pastor John McDonald officiating. Burial Woodland Cemetery. Viewing will be from 1 to 2 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Heart Fund.
Abraham P. Loudenback
Dayton Daily News – February 23, 1931
Funeral services for Abraham P. Loudenback of Urbana who died in St. Elizabeth hospital Saturday night were conducted Sunday at 2:30 p. m. at the Humphries funeral parlors, Urbana. Interment was in that city. He is survived by three sons, Paul of Dayton and Clifford and Arthur of Urbana.
Dayton Journal – August 17, 1875, Pg 1
Monday morning, at half past [illegible] o'clock, John Lukaszewitz, aged [illegible] years and 4 days. Funeral will take place from his late residence, on the corner of Third and Front streets, on Wednesday morning, at half-past 8 o'clock. Requiem Mass will be held at Holy Trinity Church at 9 o'clock. Friends are invited. Interment St. Henry's.
Clement C. Lukey
Dayton Daily News - January 28, 1956, Pg 10, Col 2
Services for Clement C. Lukey, 81, of 1503 N. Main st., will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Carrigan funeral home, 2201 N. Main st. Burial will be in Woodland cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday.
Mr. Lukey died at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday at the County hospital after a long illness. A life resident of Dayton and Montgomery county, he had been an insurance agent and sales promotion man 50 years.
Surviving are a daughter, Edith of Milwaukee, Wis.; a son, Chester of New Castle, Pa., and several nieces and nephews.
Rena A. Lundberg
Dayton Daily News - April 21, 1954, Pg 39
Services for Mrs. Rena A. Lundberg, 83, of R. R. 6, Liberty rd., will be conducted at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday at the Ullmer funeral home, 3701 W. Third st., by the Rev. Joseph Alden.
Friends may call at the funeral home from 3 to 9 p. m. Tuesday. Burial will be in Lower Miami cemetery.
Mrs. Lundberg died at 12:15 a. m. Monday at her residence.
Bernice P. Lynn
Dayton Daily News – February 19, 1947
Mrs. Bernice P. Lynn, 56, of 350 Royal st., died at her home Friday night. She resided in Dayton for 10 years. Survived are her husband, Thomas; a son, Pellham Palmer of Los Angeles, Cal.; a daughter, Miss Gladys Palmer of Toledo; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Helen McConnel and Mrs. Fannie Taylor of Dayton, and a stepson, James Lynn of Dayton. Funeral services and burial will be held in Toledo Thursday.
Dayton Daily News - June 3, 1892, Pg 1, Col 4
At the Central Branch, National Home for D.V.S., June 1, 1892, Thomas Lynn, late of Company I, 4th Regiment Kentucky. Cause of death, heart failure from dilatation.
Dayton Daily Journal - December 24, 1907, Pg 5
The body of Miss Mayme Lyons, a Dayton woman, who died last Friday in Denver, Colo., arrived home last night in care of her sister, Miss Anna Lyons, who went West with her a month ago. Miss Lyons was 29 years old. It was thought that the change of climate would improve her health, but she sank steadily. The funeral arrangements will be announced later.
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