Montgomery County Chapter - Ohio Genealogical Society

Obituaries for Surnames beginning with "O"




O'Connor, Nora
O'Keefe, Michael
O'Neill, Catherine
O'Ryan, William H.
O'Toole, Jonathan M.
Office_Celia
Olt, Elizabeth Ann
Olt, John P.
Opdyke, George
Orchard, Alexander
Oscherwitz, Oscar
Osborn, Frederick N
Owen, Lola Studebaker
Owens, Charlie



Nora O'Connor
Dayton Daily News September 28, 1921, Pg 21

Funeral services for Mrs. Nora O'Connor, who died Sunday at her late residence, 218 Adams street, were conducted Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock in the Sacred Heart church. Burial was made in Calvary cemetery.


Michael O'Keefe
Dayton Daily News - June 3, 1892, Pg 1, Col 4

At the Central Branch, National Home for D.V.S., June 1st, 1892, Michael O'Keefe, late of Company A, 30th Regiment Missouri. Cause of death, pneumonia.


Catherine O'Neill
Dayton Daily News - March 5, 1919, Pg 23, Col 5

Remains of Mrs. Catherine O'Neill were interred in Calvary cemetery Wednesday morning, following the funeral at 7:30 o'clock from the residence, 16 Linden avenue, and at 8 o'clock at St. Joseph's church.


William H. O'Ryan
Dayton Daily News - June 19, 1916, Pg 10

William H. O'Ryan, 62, died Sunday evening at 8:10 o'clock at the residence, 45 East Sherman street. He was ill with Bright's disease for several months. He was a plasterer by trade. For many years he had lived in the southeastern part of the city, where he was highly respected. Surviving him are his wife, son and daughter.

Funeral servides will be held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at the residence, and burial will be made in Woodland cemetery.


Jonathan M. O'Toole
Dayton Daily News - Sunday, February 14, 1988, Pg 8B

O'TOOLE, Jonathan M., age 37, of Dayton, died Thursday. He was associated with Eastway Mental Health District, graduated from Colonel White H.S. & University of Dayton. Preceded in death by his mother, Joanne in 1973. Survived by his father, Edward & step mother, Marjorie O'Toole, Centerville; sisters, Colleen O'Toole, Dayton, Jennifer McCoy, LaJolla, CA; brother, Tim O'Toole, Colorado Springs, CO; step sisters, Jane Damuth, Dayton, Lynn Hastings, Dayton; step brother, Garry Damuth, Burmingham , AL. Funeral Monday. Prayers 11 A.M. Meyer & Boehmer Funeral Home, 1733 Brown St. Burial Calvary Cemetery. No visitation. Please omit flowers. Contributions may be made to your favorite charity.


Celia Office
Dayton Daily News August 1, 1940, Pg 8

Funeral services for Mrs. Celia Office, 66, of 310 Cambridge av., who died Wednesday, will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday at the home. Burial will be in the K. K. House of Jacob cemetery.


Elizabeth Ann Olt
Dayton Daily News - January 18, 1922, Sec 2, Pg 20

The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Olt, 76, who died at 6:30 o'clock on Tuesday morning at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Forrest Thompson, 717 Euclid av., will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Haller's church. Burial will be made at Haller's cemetery.

She was the wife of the late John Olt. Before her marriage she was Elizabeth Stauffer, the daughter of David Stauffer. She was the last survivor of the David Stauffer family.

All her life had been spent in Montgomery county. Her death came after an illness of bronchial and heart trouble. She leaves six sons, four daughters, 23 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.


John P. Olt
Dayton Daily Journal - October 2, 1903, Pg 5

The sad announcement was made from Deaconess hospital shortly after 1 o'clock this morning of the death of John P. Olt, who has been at that institution for several months, a sufferer from dropsy and liver trouble. Mr. Olt was one among the most popular young men of this city and the news of his death will be received with universal sorrow. He had been showing evidences of declining health during the last few years and while the announcement of his death will not create great surprise, it will prove bitter intelligence to many who were attached to him with ties of strong friendship.

During the term of office of Judge John W. Kreitzer as probate judge, Mr. Olt was his chief deputy, and it was in this position that the affable manner and gentlemanly qualities that characterized him first became widely known, and here his true worth was first realized. He was uniformly courteous and every one came to appreciate his kind and accommodating manner. A few years later he was nominated by his Democratic party for county clerk. Notwithstanding the fact that the county had been giving large majorities to the Republican ticket, this was almost entirely eradicated, and it was by a very small majority that he was defeated, although it was thought that the county at that time was hopelessly lost to the Democratic ticket.

Mr. Olt was 41 years of age and is survived by two sisters and three brothers as follows: Mrs. William Stickle, Mrs. Emma Mueller and Messrs. Michael Olt, William T. Olt and Frederick Olt.


George Opdyke
Dayton Daily News - October 24, 1904, Pg 7, Col 7

Citizen of Sterling Worth Summoned to the Home Eternal When George Opdyke Passed Over Border

After an illness of a year's duration, George Opdyke died at 8:30 Monday morning at his home, Sixth and Logan streets. For several months his condition was such that the end was momentarily expected, but a relapse suffered on Thursday terminated in his passing away after several days of intense sufferings.

Mr. Opdyke was well known, having been in the shoe business in Dayton practically all his life. He was born in Little York and when a mere boy came to the city with his father.

For the past several years he had been retired. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mary Harvey Opdyke, there being no children.

The deceased was a man of sterling character, of strong convictions and naught can be said against him as a husband or a citizen. Though death came as a gracious relief to weeks and months of suffering from Bright's disease, his death is mourned by a legion of friends. The funeral will be held from the late residence, Sixth and Logan streets, Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. W. P:. Miller, pastor of the Park Presbyterian church, of which the deceased was a devoted member, will conduct the service.


Alexander Orchard
Dayton Daily News, September 21, 1976, Pg 19

ORCHARD, Alexander, age 85 of 310 S. Patterson Blvd. passed away Sunday at Miami Valley Hospital. He is survived by his wife Stella. He was retired, formerly employed as a brick mason. He was a member of Jehovah Witnesses, Northeast unit, and brick mason local no. 22. Funeral services 1 pm Wednesday at the Tobias Funeral Home, 648 Watervliet Ave. Mr. Lester Pierce officiating. Interment Mt. Zion Shoup Cemetery. Friends may call 1 hour prior to service at the funeral home.


Oscar Oscherwitz
Dayton Daily News - March 1, 1935, Pg 21, Col 2

Oscherwitz Rites Will Be Sunday

Funeral services for Oscar Oscherwitz, 64, who died at 12:10 a.m. Friday at his home, 118 Hickory st., after a long illness, will be conducted from the residence Sunday at 1:30 p.m. Burial will be in the K. K. House of Abraham cemetery.

A retired fruit dealer, Oscherwitz had been a resident of Dayton for the past 40 years. He was a member of the K. K. House of Abraham cemetery.

Surviving are his widow, Ida; two sons, Meyer and Eugene, of Cordell, Okla; four daughters, Freda, Washington, D. C., and Esther, Anna and Mrs. Arthur Weinrich, all of Dayton; a brother, Max, and one sister, Mrs. Ella Cohen, also of Dayton.


Frederick N. Osborn
Dayton Daily News - February 22, 1947, Pg 18

Frederick N. Osborn of 24 Brady st. died at 3:30 p.m. Friday at his home. He was 86. A resident of Dayton 42 years, Mr. Osborn was a native of Warren county and was a retired carpenter. He was a member of the Christian church here. Surviving are a niece, Mrs. Lucille Rose of Dayton; five other nieces and two nephews.


Lola Studebaker Owen
Dayton Daily News August 1, 1940, Pg 8

Services and burial were held Thursday in San Diego, Cal., for Mrs. Lola Studebaker Owen, 49, formerly of Dayton, who died Tuesday in San Diego. Surviving are the husband, Irwin H. Owen, representative of the Wright Field Engineering Co. of Dayton, and three children, Louise, Richard and Mariana Owen.


Charlie Owens
Dayton Daily News May 21, 1959
(Picture accompanied Owens obituary.)

Charlie Owens, 54, of 422 College St., died Tuesday. He was a molder at the GHR Foundry division, Dayton Malleable Iron Co.

Survivors: wife, Vashti, and two sisters.

Services: 1 p.m. Thursday, McLin Funeral home, 1130 Germantown St. Burial: Woodland cemetery. Friends may call: 4 p.m. Wednesday until services, funeral home.


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