SCOFIELD, John M.
(DATE: December 8, 1910)
John M Scofield was
born in Franklin County, Ohio June 3, 1852 and died in Paulding, Ohio,
November 29, 1910, aged 58 years, 5 months and 6 days. He was married
nine years ago to Rhonda Good, since which time he has resided in
Paulding. Mr. Scofield was a day laborer and was industrious so far as
health permitted. For a number of months past he was to ill to toil.
There survive him his wife, two sisters and two bothers. The sisters
and one brother make their home in Marion County; the other brother
lives in Oklahoma. The funeral was held at the Church of God, northeast
of Paulding, where the burial took place on December 1st. Rev. D. F.
Helms having charge of the service.
(DATE: December 8, 1910)
Jacob Sidle was born
Feb 20, 1838 in Perry County, Pa. In 1864 he entered the one hundred
day service in the civil war and recieved an honorable discharge from
the same at Camp Chase, Ohio on August 24, 1864. The same year he was
married to Hannah McEwen and moved at once near Rising Sun, Ohio, which
was the famil home for a number of years. To them were born four
daughters. His wife having died. Mr. Sidle was married a second time to
Martha Trees. To this union were born one daughter and three sons. In
1897 the family moved near Junction, Ohio where the husband and father
died December 3, 1910, aged 72 years, 9 months, and 13 days. He is
survived by his wife, two daughters, Lucy E. Rees, of Cygnet, Ohio and
Alma Miller, of Rising Sun, Ohio; two sons George and Hugh Sidle,
residing at the old home; two sisters, three brothers, 19
grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren and many other relatives and
friends. The funeral was held in the Junction Methodist Church Tuesday,
Dec. 6th. at 2 p.m. Rev. Helms conducting the service. Interment at
Submitted by Mike
Mrs. Alvin (DATED: April 27, 1964)
Mrs. Alvin (Sharon)
Silvers, Jr., 32, of Margate, Florida, died at 4:10 a.m. Monday at a
Margate Hospital. She was a graduate of South Side High School, Fort
Wayne. Her death was sudden. Surviving are her husband, Alvin; and her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson.
SIMMERS, Mercy Eurena (Handy)
Handy, oldest daughter of Reveras A. and Electa A. Handy, was born July
18, 1856, near Antwerp, Ohio, and passed away at the home of her son,
W. A. Simmers, Albion, Mich., Feb. 27, 1929, aged 72 years, 7 months
and 9 days.
She was united in
marriage with Arthur O. Simmers Dec. 31, 1878 and to this union were
born three children, namely W. A. (William A.) and H. E. (Harry
Earnest, Elsie Simmers' father) Simmers of Albion, Mich, and Cressie G.
Otteman of Twin Falls, Idaho.
The husband preceded
her in death in 1889, also one grandchild, one great-grandchild and a
sister, Myrtle B. (Brush).
She was one of a
family of six girls, four of whom survive, Mrs. George (Hattie) Barber
and Mrs. W. H. (Ida Jane) Slattery of Antwerp, Mrs. G. W. (Minnie Rose)
Walker of Spargursville, Ohio, and Mrs. W. H. (Eliz. Estis) Stevens of
Chicago; seven grand-children and one great grand-child.
Soon after marriage
she was converted to the Christian faith and united with the Edwards
Chapel church near her home. At the time of her death she was a member
of the Hicksville church.
Funeral services were
held at the Perkins & Reeb funeral parlors, burial at Antwerp,
conducted by H. Stahl.
E Stiebeling - Johnson-McQueen, 85, died at 2:14 pm Sunday in Paulding
County Hospital. She was a resident of Hometown Nursing Home. She was
born Aug 26, 1905 in Muncie Ind to Berlie and Nellie (Mort) Yoakam. In
1925 she married John Stiebeling who died in 1944. In 1951 she married
Millard Johnson and he died in 1965. In 1969 she married Ralph McQueen,
Sr who died in 1975. McQueen was a sales clerk for Cassel Hardware,
Paulding, and also a member of Order of Eastern Star chapter 95 where
she was a past worthy matron. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs Gloria
J Hawley of Rothschild Wis; a son Paul E Stiebeling, Fort Wayne; three
step-daughters and three step-sons; six grandchildren; four
great-grandchildren and many step-grandchildren and
step-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents ,
three husbands, a brother, Harold E Yoakam, a great-grandson, Brandon
Fiet and one step-daughter, Louise White. Service will be at 2 pm today
at DenHecker Funeral Home, the Rev David D Proctor officiating. Burial
will be at a later date in Live Oak Cemetery. Friends may call from 8
am today until time of the service. Preferred memorials are to Hometown
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STUART, Amy M.
(DATED: 9 February 1888)
At her residence in
Crane township on Saturday, February 4th, 1888, Amy M. Stuart. Funeral
February 6th, conducted by Rev. Tedrow, of Sherwood, and was largely
attended. Deceased was an old resident and well and favorably known in
the neighborhood where she resided.
(There is handwritten
notation on front with name Amy E.)
Submitted by Carol
SWINDLER, Etta May
(DATE: November 24, 1910)
Swindler's - Miss Etta May Swindler, aged 14, daughter of Charles
Swindler, the mail carrier, was taken with an attack of diphtheria
Sunday, and on Monday the house was quaratined and Mr. Swindler was
compelled to stay at home and care for the patient. Antitoxin was
administered to Etta May and also to the other two younger children.The
infant child of the family is said to be in little danger of
contracting the contagion. Etta May was taken suddenly and
unexpectedly. She attended school on friday.
Submitted by Mike
SWINDLER, Helen Blanche
(DATE: December 29, 1910)
A little girl baby of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swindler died last Tuesday evening of indigestion
after a protracted illness. Her name was Helen Blanche, and she was
aged two months. The funeral was held yesterday by Rev. Yeuell. The
family desire to thank the friends for many acts of kindness and
numerous of floral offerings
Submitted by Mike
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