BAXTER, Alvin E.
(DATE: November 27, 1910)
Alvin E. Baxter died
Sunday morning at his late home, six and one half miles south of Payne,
or Brights disease, aged 39 years. He leaves to mourn his loss a wife
and six children. Mr. Baxter was a member of the Dealy Church. He was a
progressive farmer, good neighbor, and kind friend who will be missed
by all. The funeral services were held Tuesday morning at the residence
and the church. Interment was made in I. O. O. F. Cemetery at Convoy,
the remains being in charge of undertaker Croy of this place.
Submitted by Mike
BEEDY, Mary S. - Mary S. Beedy was born in Fayette County, Ohio, January 2, 1836, and died February 22, 1892, aged 58 years, 9 months, and 2 days. She was married to Samuel Burk in 1858, in Fayette County, and he removed to Paulding County in 1872. He died in 1879. She was again united in marriage to Daniel Shafer in 1880. She leaves a husband, six children, two and a brother to mourn her loss.The funeral services were conducted from the ME Church by G. W. Longsworth.
Appeared 3 March 1892 in the Argus (Contributed by Pat Taylor Jennings)
Frances (DATE: March 16, 1916)
Death of Mrs. Bidlack
Mrs. Frances Hogle
Bidlack died last Sunday morning about 6:30, of heart disease. The end
came suddenly, while she was sitting in a chair. She had been ailing
for some time, but was able to be in Paulding the day before. The
family reside on the Ortman farm on the Cecil Pike. Deceased leaves her
husband, B. W. Bidlack, four sons and four daughters to morn their
loss. She was aged 65 years. The funeral was held Wednsday afternoon at
1:30 at the Paulding Methodist Church and interment in Live Oak
Cemetery, Rev. A. H. Weaver officiating.
Submitted By Mike
BISSELL, Claud (DATE:
Claud Bissell was
born in Antwerp, Ohio April 18, 1881, and departed this life at the
State Hospital in Toledo, Ohio, December 16, 1926, aged 45 years, 7
months and 28 days. He was the son of Charles A. and Rosetta Bissell.
He leaves to mourn , his parents and one sister, Mrs. Hugh A. White,
all of Antwerp, Ohio. When two years old he suffered a danferous attack
of membranous croup and as a last resort to save life the doctors gave
indigo, which destroyed the membrane in the thorat and also destroyed
certain brain cells so that while he grew into a man physically his
mind remained as a little child. He had been an inmate of the Toledo
State Hospital for twenty-five years.
not, but in the coming years it may be in the better land,
We’ll know the meaning of our tears, and then sometime
CARD OF THANKS
We take this means of
thanking our friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted in the burial
of our son and brother.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Charles (Dated: Dec. 29, 1892)
Died Dec. 25th, aged 33 years, 11 months and 1 day. The
took place from the family residence the 27th last. conducted
Rev. J. E. Westner.
Elem J. (Dated: Dec 29, 1887)
At the residence of his son in Emerald township, Monday morning, Dec.
26th, 1887, Elem J Blain, aged about 81 years. Funeral from
house Wednesday and interment in the Paulding cemetery.
Eley J. (Date: Nov. 3, 1892)
Eley J., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Blain, died Monday, Oct. 24, of cholera infantum aged 1
year and 10 months.
We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to those who so kindly assisted
us during the sickness and death of our darling son, Eley.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Blain
Solomon (Date: Mar 13, 1913)
Solomon Blaine, an aged resident of Paulding and one of the county's
pioneers, died at his home in the west part of town Sunday
morning, March 2nd, 1913. Funeral services were conducted at
home Tuesday afternoon, by Rev. Waite, pastor of the Church of
Christ. Interment in Live Oak cemetery.
Mr. Blaine was born in Delaware county, Ohio, and was 85 years of
age. He moved to Paulding county many years ago and after a
residence of some time in Emerald township, purchased a residence here
and moved to Paulding. November 15, 1855, he was married to
Susannah Stanley. To this union six children were
wife died eight years ago.
He was a veteran of the civil war, having served as a private in Co. H.
Following is a list of the out of town relatives who were in attendance
at the funeral: Joseph Blaine and daughter Eva, Orland, Ind.;
Blain, Powell, Delaware county, O.; William Blaine, William Bay, ___;
Mrs. Sadie Ewers and three children, of Toledo; Aley Dixon,
Ft. Wayne; Elga Ewers of Findlay.
Elem J. Blane, son of Sarah C. and Elem Blane, was born in Delaware
county, May 30, 1837. He departed this life, Jan 28th at 6:15
a.m. aged 90 years, 6 months and 27 days.
In early life he was married to Rachael Stanley. To this
union were born two boys.
In Mr. Blane's early life, he moved from Delaware county to Paulding
county. Here he lived on a farm until 14 years ago.
that time to this he made his home with Mrs. Delaney, a
daughter-in-law, who resides at 338 W. Baldwin Ave.
Mr. Blane believe in God as a loving, kind, just and a merciful Father.
The deceased was a Civil war veteran, he having volunteered to protect
the cause he loved so well, and belonged to the 121st regiment O. V. I.
He was preceded in death by one brother, two sons, one in infancy and
the other, Charles, who died on Dec. 25th, 1893, his father and mother,
and his wife, who died 27 years ago.
He leaves to mourn; two sisters, Rhoda Dixon, of this city, and Delilah
Christler, of LayPort, Iowa. One daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Delaney. One nephew by marriage, Ben Delaney, one granchild,
great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren, and a host of
Funeral services were held at the Crowell Funeral Home at 2 p.m., Jan.
30, Rev. Cameron, of the Church of Christ, officiating.
Live Oak cemetery.
"Judge not the Lord by Feeble sense, But trust Him for His grace;
Behind a frowning providence, He hides a smiling face."
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank our relatives, neighbors and friends who so kindly
assisted us in our timely need and gave flowers, to those who furnished
music, and to those who furnished automobiles. These
will ever be remembered.
Mrs. Dixon, Mrs. Delaney and Son.
Sarah Ellen (DATE: Unknown)
Mrs. Nelson Boylan
Sarah Ellen Cluts was
born , Nov 1, 1868, near Antwerp and departed this life, August 31,
1927. She was 58 years, 8 months and 10 days old. She was married to
James Johnson in the year of 1886. To this union, five children were
born. Three children and husband preceded her in death. She was married
to Nelson Boylan in the year of 1920. She leaves to mourn her loving
husband; one son and one daughter; two sisters, four stepchildren, four
grandchildren, eight step grandchildren and other relatives and
friends. She joined the Christian Church 32 years ago. She was a
faithful member until death.
thee from thy place dear mother We miss
thee from thy place a shadow over our life is cast We miss
the sunshine from thy place We miss
thy kind and willing hand Thy fond
and earnest care Our home
is dark without thee We miss
Funeral services were conducted, Saturday, Sept. 3rd at 2:30 p.m. at
the Methodist Church by the pastor, Rev. D. P. Holt.
Interment in Maumee Cemetery.
CARD OF THANKS
take this manner of expressing our great appreciation of the many
kindness and unbounded sympathy manifesled on the occasion of the death
of our beloved wife and mother by all of our neighbors and friends. We
sincerely thank you all.
NELSON BOYLAN and CHILDREN
BOYLAN, William Nelson
DIES SUDDENLY -W. N.
Boylan of Antwerp Suffers Fatal Attack at Home of Son
Boylan, aged 71 of Antwerp, died suddenly Monday morning at about 9:30,
at the home of his son, Guy Boylan, in North Scipio. He had arrived
there from his home to assist in constructing a brooder house, and was
on the top of the brooder at work when siezed by a sudden pain in the
heart. He had not been real well, but had expressed himself as feeling
fine when he arrived from Antwerp. He put his hand to his heart and
called to the son Guy to catch him, and he fell dead in the son's arms.
He is survived by the son Guy, a son Earl, of near Antwerp, daughter,
Mrs. Ray Jude, of Scipio, and daughter, Mrs. Marie Blythe of Antwerp.
There is also a brother Samuel of Milwaukee. Funeral services were held
Wednsday at 2:00 p.m. at the Antwerp M. E. Church in charge of the Red
Men Society. Burial was made at Antwerp, Perkins & Reeb,
Hicksville funeral directors in charge.
Submitted by Mike
BRUSH, Myrtle H.
H. Brush was born December 14th, 1875 and died Nov. 24, 1913, aged 37
years, 11 months, 10 days. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ashley
Handy, and the wife of Oscar Brush, to whom she was married June 1897
and with whom she lived sixteen years as a faithful, devoted and loving
help-mate. She had been in poor health for a number of years,
especially during the last year. She was a great, though patient and
silent, sufferer. Hoping for relief from her suffering, she submitted
to undergo a surgical operation, which however, failed to give her the
hoped for relief. Still hoping to save her life, her friends took her
last Saturday to a hospital in Ft. Wayne for a second operation, where
she died peacefully on Monday morning. Was converted a number of years
ago in the Bethel M. e. church and has been a faithful member since
that time. In disposition, Mrs. Brush was optimistic, always looking on
the bright side and ready to lend a helping hand. Her Christianity was
the practical kind, that is lived and acted out in deeds as well as
words. She leaves to mourn her departure, husband, mother, five sisters
and numerous other relatives and friends. Her father preceded her in
death about three years ago, with whom she has gone to be united on the
other shore. Funeral services were held in the Methodist Church,
Antwerp, Rev. S. W. Metz officiating. Interment in the Maumee Cemetery.
BURK, Angeline Foreman ~ Angeline Foreman Burk born in Paulding County, Ohio August 16, 1865 and departed this earthly pilgrimage April 14, 1945, at the age of 79 years 7 months and 28 days. She was the daughter of the late A. J. Foreman.
She was united in marriage to George Burk, June 22, 1881, who preceded her in death March 5, 1937. To this union were born six children - Gertrude, who died in infancy, Mrs. Myrtle Whetstone and William, of Payne, Jack, who died at the age of 19 years, Mrs. Etta Clements, who died in January 1944, and Mrs. Helen Ruger of Huntertown, Ind., two brothers survive her, Henry Foreman of Bristol, Ind., and Grant Foreman of Payne, O., ten grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
She was a conscientious christian for many years. She was converted and became a charter member of the Church of the Nazarene, Payne, in 1918. She was devoted to her family and her life has been a great blessing to all who knew her. The heritage she leaves to her children and grandchildren will live on and always be a benediction to those left behind. The separation from this devoted mother is the heaviest stroke of divine providence.
But may the great God who in his tender mercy has seen fit to remove the rose from our small garden and transplant it in his own, watch over the loved ones she left behind until they are united in that land where there will be no more sickness, sorrow, and death.
(Paulding County Carnegie Library Obituary Card File)
BURK, George S. ~ son of John and Catherine Burk, was born in Van Wert County, Ohio, Jan. 1, 1857 and departed this life March 5, 1937, at the age of 80 years, 2 months and 2 days. He was the second youngest of a family of ten children and among the earliest pioneers in this vicinity. His father and mother came here from harper's Ferry, VA., when Paulding county was a vast wilderness and Indians were still roaming the forest.
He was united in marriage to Angeline Foreman, June22, 1881, and built their own home on the farm where they have spent their entire life. To this union were born six children - Mrs. Charles Whetstone, Mrs. Helen Ruger, and William of Payne, and Etta of Fort Wayne. A daughter Gertrude and a son Jack preceded him in death. He also leaves to mourn nine grandchildren and one brother.
With his conscientious convictions and sincerity he formed many friendships which endeared him to a wide circle of friends. His life has been a beautiful one of unselfishiness. His great devotion to his wife and children was a thing of beauty never to be forgotten. The heritage he leaves to his children and grandchildren will live on and always be an uplift to those he has left behind. The separation from this faithful husband and father is the heaviest stroke of divine providence. But may the Great God, who in his tender mercy, has seen fit to remove the rose from our small garden and transplant it in his own, watch over the loved ones he left behind until they are united in that land where there will be no more sickness, sorrow, and death.
(Paulding County Carnegie Library Obituary Card File)
BURK, Zebulum ~ Zebulum BUrk, son of John and Catherine Burk, was born in Van Wert County, Ohio, Dec. 11, 1850 and departed this life February 28, 1917 at the home of his brother, George Burk with whom he had made his home for the past thirty-five years. Death was due to Bright's Disease and paralysis from which he had been a sufferer for some time.
Deceased was a man who friendship, was a strong enduring nature and had led an upright moral life. He leaves to mourn his departure four brothers and two sisters, many other relatives and friends.
The funeral services were conducted from the M.E. church in Payne, Ohio, Rev. Coffman officiating and burial was made in the Lehman cemetery.
(Paulding Obituary Card File)
BURLEY, J. B. (DATED: 21 February 1907) After a lingering
illness J.B. Burley departed this life Monday morning, aged 85 years, 6
months and a few days. He leaves a son and two daughters and a large
number of friends to mourn. He was a member of Antwerp Lodge F.
& A.M., who have charge of his funeral, which was held at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. D.M. Cline, Wednesday at 1 p.m., after which
his remains were laid to rest in the old cemetery.
Submitted by Carol