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MASON, Edward (DATE:
November 27, 1910)
Edward Mason, son of
W. H. and Ruth Mason of near Briceton, was born Feb 14, 1908, and
departed this life Nov 17, 1910, aged 1 year, 9 months and 13 days. We
feel like Job who said "The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away.
Blessed be the name of the Lord". Also as David said when he gave up
his son. "Now he is dead, wherefore should i fast? Can I bring him back
again? I shall go to him but he shall not return to me". The funeral
services were conducted by Rev. A. Reiser from the text St. John 14:3.
The parents wish to thank the good people who tendered their sympathy
and help during their sickness and breavment. God Bless you all for the
tokens of love.
Submitted By Mike
MEDLEY, Al. (DATE:
December 8, 1927)
Al Medley passed away
at his home
in Leipsic, Ohio, Tuesday, Nov. 27, at the age of 61 years.
was a long resident of Paulding county, having resided east of Hedges.
He will be remembered by many who knew him. Funeral
held at his home in Leipsic Thursday. He was laid to rest in
Mellinger cemetery, south of Melrose, beside his wife. He
five children all of whom are married. Also leaves five
two brothers, Mrs. Henry Gerdis, Centerville, Mich., Mrs. Chas. Ladd,
Bryan, Ohio; Mrs. Carl Froslund, Independance Kansas; Mrs. C. F.
Parrish, Paulding; Mrs. John Ladd, Ashley, Ind.; Sam Medley, Findlay,
Ohio; Will Medley, Centerville, Mich. And many other
and friends who will miss him.
Taken from Paulding
County Obituary File
Elias (DATE: March 7, 1918)
Elias Medley was born
in Coshocton county, Ohio, July 4, 1825; departed this life - Feb. 16,
1918, at the Sanduscky Soldiers Home, aged 93 years, 7 months and 16
He was united in
marriage to Elizabeth Campnell, of Columbus, Jan. 1, 1864. To this
union were born 9 children: 5 daughters and 4 sons. One son died in
infancy; 8 are living: Albert, Samuel, William, Martha, Julia, Clara,
Ella, Nettie; 34 grandchildren, and 25 great grandchildren. And other
He was baptized and
united with the U.B. church in early manhood and was always on the
Lord's side. He came to Paulding county in 1885 and resided two miles
east of Hedges. Thirteen years ago he moved to Dupont, until the death
of his wife. He lived with his children. A few weeks ago he went to the
Sandusky home, where he passed away.
He enlisted in the
war of 1861 and served till 1865.
The remains were
brought to Kalida on Monday and on Wednesday were laid beside his wife.
(DATE: December 5, 1957)
William W. Medley,
79, of Grover
Hill, died about 6 a.m. Monday in the Paulding County Memorial
Hospital. He was born Aug. 21, 1878, in Putnam County and was
resident of Middle Point before moving to Grover Hill five years
ago. Surviving are three sister, Mrs. Clara Parrish of R.R.1
Paulding, Mrs Ella Smith, Independence, Kan., and Mrs. Martha Ladd,
Hammond, Ind. The body is at the Didrick Funeral Home, where
friends may call. Services will be conducted at 2 p.m.
in the funeral home.
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