Richland Co., Ohio

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Tobias, David S. -- 68Y;  Died at Seattle, Wa.;  Born at Ashland, Ohio;  Resided in Mansfield;  h/o Martha;  brother of George  [see full obit. at Mansfield News Journal (Mansfield, Richland, Ohio): 05 June 1956]

Tobias, W.H. -- d. 2/21/1955 at Alhambra, CA;  bro/o George;  retired Alhambra merchant  [MNJ 2/22/1955]

Toby, John  -- Tuesday.  John Toby, a well known and respected citizen of Washington Township, died on the 7th. inst., aged 62 years, 10 months and 2 days.  The funeral took place on Thursday, the 10th., and the interment was made in the German Cemetery in Washington Township.  Mr. Toby was a native of Germany and came to this country when he was 18 years of age.  He was a good citizen, a staunch Democrat and was highly esteemed by all who knew him.  He leaves his wife and four children.  His death was caused by dropsy, with which he had been afflicted for about three months.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  19 January 1889, Vol. LXXI, No. 35]

Todd, ---- -- We regret to learn that on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, an infant child of Mr. John Todd died of brain fever.  The parents have our sympathy in their sad bereavement.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  19 August 1876]

Todd, Eliza A.

Todd, Eliza Pirritte -- IN MEMORIAM ... Mrs. Eliza Pirritte Todd.  "Friend after friend departs, There is no union here of hearts, That finds not here an end."   Again and again as we journey onward, we miss from our number  "A traveler, who worn with life's pilgrimage dreary, Lays down his rude staff like one who is weary, And sweetly reposes forever."  We gather, as is our wont as members of a working band, to plan for future labor;  the vacant chairs remind us that many of our coworkers have passed from labor to reward.  On the 23d. of May we laid to rest "beneath the low green tent where curtain never outward swings" the form of our beloved sister and friend, Eliza Pirritte Todd.  To-day we try to express, as sisters and friends, our sense of bereavement and our appreciation of her work as a woman, a friend, and a Christian worker.  Therefore, By the members of the Women's Foreign Missionary Society and the members of the Women's Home Missionary Society it is Resolved, That we will ever cherish the memory of our sister, who coming among us as the daughter of a former pastor, was received with feelings of tender regard which has only been deepened by years of association with her in Christian work and fellowship.  Quiet in her manner, yet decided in her views of rights and wrong and devout in spirit, she conscientiously and willingly performed, with hand, voice or pen, the duties assigned her as far as health would permit, and was often herself in advance in effective plans for the upbuilding of the church, the Sunday-school, the Band of hope and the missionary cause.  Especially did she delight in adding to the church services by the use of flowers, those lovely witnesses of the goodness of God, which beautiful service she tremblingly hoped "might count something for the Master."  We will ever miss her helpful presence in our gatherings whether for business or for pleasure.  Resolved, That as by the early and sudden removal of our sister from us, we are reminded of the admonition, "Be ye also ready for in such an hour as ye think not the Son of Man cometh." -- we will strive to follow her as she followed Christ;  to carry on the work so dear to her heart as strength is given us, and with her to come at the end of the days bringing our sheaves with us.  Resolved, That we tender our heartfelt sympathies to the bereaved family, from whose home the light, but not the love of wife, mother, daughter and sister has been removed, but to allure them to a brighter home eternal in the heavens, and assure them that in this, their deep affliction, we are afflicted.  Resolved That a copy of this testimonial of regard be placed on the permanent records of the Foreign and Home Missionary Societies and a copy be given to the family of our sister as token of love from her co-laborers in the Missionary cause.  Mrs. C.D. Allison, Mrs. M.J. Douglas, Miss Emily Harroun:  Com. on Resolutions   [Ohio Liberal:  16 July 1884, Vol. 12, No. 14]

Todd, Norma -- Mansfield -- Norma Todd, 77, died Thursday, Jan. 25, 2007, at Hospice of North Central Ohio, in Ashland. She was born in Portsmouth, Ohio on Feb. 26, 1929, to Carl and Gladys Downs. They moved to Mansfield in 1937. Norma was married to Howard Todd, who survives, on May 30, 1945. They moved to Las Vegas, Nev., in 1969 and returned to Mansfield in 1999. In addition to Howard, she is survived by a brother, Paul E. Downs of Las Vegas; daughter, Judy Kinton; son-in-law, John Kinton; grandchildren; Jeremy, Jami and Jena Kinton and grand-puppy, Muffy Kinton. No services will be held. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in her name to North Central Ohio Hospice. Submitted by Peggy. [Mansfield News Journal: 26 January 2007]

Todd, William P. -- bur. 8/16/1876 at Mansfield Cem.;  5m, 6d;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  13 January 1876]

Tolles, Eliza -- d. 9/28/1870 at Springfield Twp., spinal disease;  62y, 9m, 14d;  b. New York;  res. Springfield Twp. [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths] *appears as Eliza TOLES in the original.

Tolles, S.M. -- d. 5/27/1869 (may read 5/27/1869) at Springfield Twp.;  64y, 3m, 28d;  b. Massachusetts;  milliner;  white;  cause:  consumption;  res. Springfield Twp.  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Tomits, Latzi - Mansfield.  Latzi Tomits, 67, of 856 Millsboro Road, died Thursday at Mansfield General Hospital after an extended illness.  Born in Hungary, April 18, 1913, he came to this country in 1919.  He was a retired barber, having his own shop 53 years.  He was a member of the Retmen's Club.  He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Rose Grassel Tomits; one son, John of Uniontown; two daughters, Mrs. Philip (Carol) Dropsey and Judy Morgan, both of Mansfield; 12 grandchildren and one great grandson.  Friends may call at the Geiger-Herlihy Funeral Home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.  Funeral services will be held at the funeral home Saturday at 11 a.m. by a priest from St. Peter's Catholic Church.  Burial will be in Mansfield Catholic Cemetery.  The vigil service will be held at the funeral home tonight at 7:30.  Submitted by Linda & Shirley.  Typed by Mary Anderson.  (Mansfield News Journal: 12 December 1960, Pg 7)

Tomlinson, William

Tomlinson, William H.

Toms, Marshal -- Marshal Toms, an aged resident of near Perrysville, after being in feeble health for several years, died Sunday, April 22, aged 78 years, 1 month and 13 days.  He was married to Miss Elizabeth Clugh, daughter of Michael and Rosana Clugh, in 1853.  To this union six children were born, four of whom are left, with the aged wife, to mourn the loss of a kind father and husband.  Funeral services at the house Tuesday, conducted by Rev. J.M. Montgomery, and interment in St. John's Cemetery.  --  [Bellville Messenger:  04 May 1906, Vol. 14, No. 14]

Toms, Sarah

Tooker, ----  -- Franklin Twp.  A young son of Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Tooker died Dec. 23d.  The remains were interred at the Ganges Cemetery.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  05 January 1889]

Tooker, Catherine

Tooker, Catherine -- d. 10/19/1870 at Franklin Twp., congestion of the brain;  2y, 1m, 10d;  b. Franklin Twp.;  d/o Jacob & Margaret A. (Ralston) Tooker;  res. Richland Co. [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Tooker, Clara M. ( ) Durr --  Died, on December 23d., 1872, in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, Mrs. Clara M. Tooker, formerly Mrs. Durr of Mansfield, Ohio, aged 35 years, 5 months.  Since her marriage with Mr. Henry Durr she had been residing in Mansfield, where her husband died five years ago.  Last spring she married Mr. Dr. D.M. Tooker, a respectable citizen of Hamilton, Ohio, and removed to that place.  She was loved by all who knew her, as one having a pure and gentle character;  a kind and generous heart, and left many warm friends who weepingly sympathize with those still nearer to her.  They mourn her loss, but not as such who have no hope.  Her remains were brought to Mansfield for burial, and interred in the Cemetery.  Funeral services were held at the residence of Mr. J.C. Donnell conducted by Rev. McBurney.  A letter from her late Pastor in Hamilton was handed her friends here, bearing testimony of her Christian character, and the esteem she was held in by those who best knew her there.  She was a sister of Mrs. Wise, wife of the Post Master at Spring Mills.  [Shelby Independent News:  09 January 1873, Vol. 5, No. 11]

Tooker, Jackson -- d. 3/31/1870 at Franklin Twp.;  ??y, 21d;  b. Franklin Twp.;  farmer;  cause:  marasmus;  res. Franklin Twp.  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Tooker, William

Torrence, J.M. -- Wednesday.  The remains of J.M. Torrence were brought from New Haven, Pa. today and interred in the Mansfield Cemetery.  Mr. Torrence formerly resided in this city and taught school in the South Diamond Street building.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner: 17 March 1894, Vol. LXXVI, No. 44]

Torrence, Mrs. M.E. -- Died, on Thursday, September 10th., 1874, at noon, Mrs. M.E. wife of J.C. Torrence, of this city, of congestion of the lungs.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  19 September 1874]

Toubel, Jackson -- Hastings.  Jackson Toubel died very suddenly of heart disease Sunday evening at his residence about two miles southwest of here.  The deceased was about 55 years of age and leaves a wife and one child.  --  [Mansfield Evening News:  30 January 1890, Vol. 5, No. 280]

Touby, ---- -- Washington.  Mr. & Mrs. Edward Touby's five-weeks-old child died on last Saturday.  The funeral took place from the residence of the parents on Monday.  -- [Richland Shield & Banner: 21 March 1891, Vol. LXXIII, No. 44]

Touby, John Jacob -- Tuesday -- John Jacob Touby died at 10 p.m. Monday and the funeral will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday from the German church, six miles south of this city. Rev. Lehman conducting the services. The deceased was 74 years of age and leaves a wife and two children. Mr. Touby had been a resident of Washington Twp. for 50 years. -- [RICHLAND SHIELD & BANNER: 14 March 1896, Vol. LXXVIII, No. 44]

Touby, John Peter -- Wednesday.  John Peter Touby died at 3 o'clock this morning at the residence of George Ost, on Newman Street.  Mr. Touby was the grandfather of Mrs. Ost.  He was no doubt the oldest person in Richland County, his age being exactly 92 years on the day of his death.  He was born at Widselters, Germany, and came to this country in 1844, since which time he has resided in Richland County and voted the Democratic ticket regularly ever since he became a citizen.  He received a stroke of paralysis last spring, and this is the supposed cause of his death.  The funeral will take place on Friday at 2 p.m.  Services at St. John's German Evangelical Church.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  07 September 1889, Vol. LXXII, No. 16]

Touby, Margaret Beilstine -- Bellville.  Mrs. Margaret Touby, widow of the late Jacob Touby, died Friday afternoon at the home of Peter Touby in Washington Twp., aged 78 years.  The deceased was born in Germany and came to America with her parents in 1848.  The same year she was married to Jacob Beilstine.  Her husband died in 1875 and of this union five children survive. Funeral services were conducted at the house Sunday morning by her pastor, Rev. Theodore Fisher, and she was buried from St. Paul's German Lutheran church in Mansfield.  --  [Bellville Messenger:  23 February 1906, Vol. 14, No. 4]

Touby, Matthias -- Butler.  Matthias Touby, an uncle of Mrs. Kate Scott and Mrs. J.H. Frehafer, died Saturday, aged 78.  The funeral took place Monday from his late home in Washington Twp., and interment was made in the German cemetery.  --  [Bellville Messenger:  13 April 1906, Vol. 14, No. 11]

Townley, C.C. -- Monday.  The remains of C.C. Townley, who died in Cleveland, Saturday night, were brought to this city today and interred in the Mansfield Cemetery under the auspices of the Masonic order.  Mr. Townley is an old resident of Mansfield and was for a number of years identified with the hotel business here.  He was born at Ithaca, N.Y., and at the time of his death he was 64 years, 11 months and 18 days old.  He leaves three daughters, Mrs. H. Kimble and Mrs. Joe Julian, of Kansas City, mo., and Mrs. Oscar Schwartout, of Cleveland.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  13 September 1890, Vol. LXXIII, No. 17]

Townley, Cephelia A. -- Died, In this city on the 13th. inst., Mrs. Cephelia A., wife of C.C. Townley, aged  31 years.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  20 December 1865, Vol. XXV, No. 30]

Tracy, ---- -- Mr. & Mrs. R.A. [Rufus] Tracy's baby died Wednesday morning.  The interment will take place Friday at 4 p.m.  --  [Mansfield Herald:  19 June 1890, Vol. 40, No. 31]

Tracy, ---- -- Mansfield, June 18.  Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Tracy's five-months-old child died this morning.  Burial Friday at 5 p.m.  --  [Mansfield Evening News:  18 June 1890, Vol. 6, No. 89]

Tracy, ---- -- Mansfield, June 19.  The infant child of Mr. & Mrs. R.A. Tracy will be buried at 4 o'clock to-morrow afternoon.  --  [Mansfield Evening News:  19 June 1890, Vol. 6, No. 90]

Tracy, Daniel L. -- The SHIELD this morning received a telegram from Great Falls, Mont., stating that Daniel L. Tracy, who accidentally shot himself in the Great Falls National Bank Saturday morning, died last evening, without regaining consciousness.  The news was bulletined in front of the SHIELD office and soon the entire city knew of the young man's death.  Daniel L. Tracy was born in this city in 1856 and was the second son of L.J. Tracy and wife, of Park Avenue West.  He was a brother of F.K. and Rufus Tracy and Mrs. C.M. Roe.  Mr. Tracy was married in 1886 to Miss Ella Lind, daughter of Matthew Lind, formerly of the boot and shoe business in this city.  His wife and a daughter 7 years of age survive him.  He was a bookkeeper at Tracy & Avery's wholesale establishment for a number of years and about six years ago he went to Great Falls, where he was engaged as bookkeeper in the Great Falls National Bank, and several years ago was promoted to cashier of that concern.  Mr. Tracy has always been greatly respected by his acquaintances and those associated with him, and was known as a cautious and successful man in business.  L.J. Tracy and wife, the deceased's father and mother, are in California, and a telegram was sent to them of their son's death.  It is not definitely known whether the remains will be brought to this city for interment, as the relatives here will wait until word is received from L.J. Tracy, but it is thought the interment will be in this city.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  26 May 1894, Vol. LXXVII, No. 2]

Tracy, Lathrop J. -- The death of Lathrop J. Tracy at Cambridge Springs, Pa., Friday, Sept. 24, whither he had gone a month before for the benefit of his health, calls for a further reference than could be published at the hour in the afternoon at which the intelligence was received.  It was with a feeling of sincere sorrow that the news of his death was received in this city where for so many years he has been a good citizen, respected and beloved for his many admirable qualities of head and heart.  That his familiar form and kindly face and voice shall be seen and heard no more in meeting and greeting with the friends of his long and busy life causes saddened hearts.  Born at Painesville, in 1825, Mr. Tracy went with his parents to Vermillion and later to Huron.  At he age of 18 he went to Holmesdale, Pa., where he was employed by the Delaware and Hudson Canal company and was later in the employ of the same company at Rendout, N.Y.  he was married June 10, 1852, to Miss Eliza Kirtland, who, with two sons, Frederick K., of Scranton, Pa., and Rufus A. and Mrs. Mary T. Roe, of this city, survives him.  Mr. Tracy came to this city in 1852 and was for many years engaged in the grain and produce business, afterwards becoming secretary for the Tracy & Avery wholesale grocery company, of which is brother, F.E. Tracy, is the senior member.  The deceased was a member and for a number of years trustee and deacon in the First Congregational Church.  << paragraph omitted >>  The body of the deceased arrived Saturday morning from Cambridge Springs, accompanied by the widow, her two sons, Frederick and Rufus, and daughter, Mrs. Roe.  Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Tracy and Mrs. R.L. Avery.  Funeral from the family residence, Monday afternoon, Sept. 27, at 3 o'clock, the Rev. Dr. E.B. Fairfield officiating.  [Semi-Weekly News:  28 September 1897, Vol. 13, No. 78]

Tracy, Lathrop J. -- The funeral services of Lathrop J. Tracy took place Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at his late home on Park Avenue West and were attended by a large number of relatives and friends of the deceased.  The floral tributes were numerous and beautiful and testified to the love and esteem in which Mr. Tracy's memory is held by those who knew him best.  The services were conducted by the Rev. Dr. E.B. Fairfield, pastor of the First Congregational church, of which the deceased was a member for many years.  A number of relatives and friends from out of the city were present at the funeral to pay their last respects to Mr. Tracy's memory.  The honorary pall bearers were the Hon. Henry C. Hedges, Hiram Smith, M.B. Bushnell, Dimon Sturges, J.W. Wagner and H.L. Reed and the acting pall bearers were W.A. McCormick, Frank Hosler, J.H. Post, F.J. Mell, T.R. Proctor and William Jesson.  The employees of the Tracy & Avery company attended the funeral in a body.  [Semi-Weekly News:  01 October 1897, Vol. 13, No. 79]

Trauger, Samuel -- Thursday.  Samuel Trauger, 65 years of age, a well known citizen of Plymouth, Tuesday, committed suicide by firing three shots from a revolver into his head and, as this had no effect, he hanged himself on a tree in the garden.  Much brooding over a disease of the eye caused him to do the deed.  The deceased leaves a wife and daughter.  The remains were interred at Plymouth this afternoon.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  30 September 1893, Vol. LXXVI, No. 19]

Traxler, ---- (infant) -- bur. 2/12/1875 at Mansfield Cem.;  3d;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  15 January 1876]

Traxler, Freddie C. -- Independence.  William Traxler's child was buried last Saturday.  [Bellville Star;  17 November 1881, Vol. 5, No. 7]

Traxler, Freddie C. -- Independence.  Freddie C., infant son of William and Malinda Alice Traxler, died Nov. 11th., aged 8 months and 10 days.  Freddie's remains were laid in the Independence Cemetery on the 12th. inst.  [Bellville Star;  24 November 1881, Vol. 5, No. 8]

Traxler, Freddie C. -- Died, at Independence, November 11th., Freddie C., son of William and Malinda A. Traxler, aged 8 months and 10 days.  [Ohio Liberal:  01 December 1881]

Traxler, James -- James Traxler, a well known resident of Butler for years, and who was born in Pennsylvania, sustained a paralytic stroke at an early hour Saturday morning, which caused his death, Monday, about 2:40 p.m.  Mr. Traxler had arisen from his bed to attend the fire, and when his continued absence was noticed by Mrs. Traxler, she made an investigation and found him wandering about the room in a bewildered manner.  He was unable to speak, and he was placed in bed, and lapsed into a semi-conscious state, which continued until death ensued.  The funeral was held Wednesday, at 1 p.m. from the family home on North Main Street, and appropriate service were conducted by Rev. E.B. Shumaker at the M.E. church.  Interment was made in the Butler Cemetery.  --  [Bellville Messenger:  14 February 1902, Vol. X, No. 7]

Traxler, James -- Butler.  Milton Traxler, of Des Moines, Iowa, attended the funeral of his father, James Traxler, Wednesday, and is spending a few days with relatives in town.  [Butler Enterprise:  14 February 1902]

Traxler, James -- James Traxler, a well known resident of Butler for years, and who was born in Pennsylvania, sustained a paralytic stroke at an early hour Saturday morning, which caused his death, Monday, about 2:40 p.m.  Mr. Traxler had arisen from his bed to attend the fire, and when his continued absence was noticed by Mrs. Traxler, she made an investigation and fond him wandering about the room in a bewildered manner.  He was unable to speak, and he was placed in bed, and lapsed into a semi-conscious state, which continued until death ensued.  The funeral was held Wednesday, at 1 p.m., from the family home on North Main Street, and appropriate services were conducted by Rev. E.B. Shumaker at the M.E. church.  Interment was made in the Butler cemetery.  [Butler Enterprise:  14 February 1902]

Traxler, Lester. -Lester Traxler died Thursday night after a few weeks’ illness with grip, aged 64 years.  The funeral took place Saturday at 2 p.m. from his late residence on North Main street, with Rev. E. D. Paullin in charge of the obsequies  Interment was made in the Zion cemetery, north of town.  Deceased leaves a wife and four children - two sons and two daughters - Chauncey Traxler, a B. & O. passenger conductor of Newark, Benjamin F., of this place, Mrs. William Callin, who resides west of town, and Mrs. Calvin Mishey, of Georgetown, Col.  Submitted by Jean and Faye.  [The Mansfield News:  Friday Evening, March3, 1899]

Traxler, Lyman -- Our citizens were shocked this morning to learn that Lyman Traxler, of South Main Street, an old and respected resident, had died very suddenly the latter part of the night.  A SHIELD man called at the residence this forenoon and from the relatives of the deceased learned that the circumstances of the sudden and unexpected death are about as follows:  Mr. Traxler worked all day yesterday from 6 o'clock in the morning until 6:30 last evening at laying a sidewalk in front of his residence.  As the day was a very hot one, he complained at intervals of the oppressive heat but continued his labor without any intermission.  When he came into the house about 6:30 for his supper he complained of being tired and began to prepare himself for the evening meal.  While washing his hands and face he was suddenly attacked with a severe pain in the right side, which continued in violence to such an extent that he was compelled to lie down on a sofa.  As the pain increased, Dr. George Mitchell, the family physician, was summoned, who administered to the suffering man.  After Mr. Traxler had partially recovered, Dr. W.H. Race was also called in consultation.  The two medical men remained with the patient until about 11 o'clock last night, when he revived, took some nourishment and said he felt much better.  It was noticed, however, at the time that there was scarcely any pulsation of the artery of the right wrist.  After prescribing for and overcoming this feature, the physicians departed for the night.   During the latter part of the night, however, he was attacked again with the same symptoms from which he had been suffering earlier in the night and before assistance could be brought to his side he was dead, having died at 5:45 o'clock.  A messenger had been dispatched for Dr. R.H. Reed, but before the physician could arrive at the residence Mr. Traxler was dead.  The physicians in attendance express it as their opinion that, as he had the la grippe during the past spring, his death is due to having overheated himself.   Mr. Traxler was born at Independence, this county, 60 years ago.  In 1879 he married Miss Sarah A. Lindsey, who with two children, a boy and girl, survive him.  The funeral services will be held from the residence on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock under the auspices of Mansfield Lodge, No. 35, F. and A.M., of which he has long been a member, Rev. D.J. Meese, and Dr. H.L. Wiles officiating.  -- [Richland Shield & Banner:  25 July 1891, Vol. LXXIV, No. 10]

Traxler, Philip -- DIED, At his residence, in Worthington Township, Richland County, Ohio, on Tuesday, July 25th., 1876, Mr. PHILIP TRAXLER, aged 73 years, 4 months and 24 days. -- [Bellville Weekly:  28 July 1876, Vol. V, No. 17]

Traxler, Philip H.

Traxler, Philip H. -- Butler.  Philip H. Traxler died Tuesday, Aug. 24 at the age of 52 years, 11 months and 15 days, after a long illness with stomach trouble. The funeral services were conducted at the family residence, north of town on Thursday at 2 o'clock by the Rev. W.J. Hyde, of the M.E. church.  Interment was made in the Bellville Cemetery under the auspices of Bellville lodge F. and A.M., of which order deceased was a member.  [Semi-Weekly News:  04 September 1896, Vol. 12, No. 72]

Traxler, Prudence -- Independence.  Mrs. Prudence Traxler, aged 77 years, died at the residence of her son-in-law, Alexander Calhoun, Tuesday morning and was buried in the Presbyterian Cemetery at Bellville, Wednesday forenoon.  --  [Mansfield Weekly News:  29 September 1887, Vol. 3, No. 44]

Traxler, Prudence -- Independence.  After lingering quite a while, Mrs. Prudence Traxler, died about 3 o'clock Tuesday morning, in the 77th. year of her age.  The funeral took place in the Presbyterian church, Bellville, and was conducted by Rev. John Kelly.  May she rest in peace.  [Bellville Star:  06 October 1887, Vol. 11, No. 2]

Traxler, Virgil H.

Tressel, Fannie (Rebman) -- Olivesburg.  The remains of Mrs. Fannie Tressel was brought to this place from Ashland last Friday and buried in the Mt. Olive Cemetery.  She was a sister of Mr. Cyrus Rebman.  She formerly resided at this place.  She leaves three brothers and three sisters to mourn her loss.  [Mansfield Shield:  29 January 1913]  John Rebman and son Frank of Lucas, Hall and George Heltman, Mrs. Nelle Bants and Philip Sherick and wife of Ashland, Erma McCready and son Bernard of near Lexington, attended the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Fannie Tressel.  [Mansfield Shield:  29 January 1913]

Trew, Lydia Baur

Trimble, Elizabeth -- bur. 6/1888 at Mansfield Cem., general debility;  68y  [Mansfield Herald:  31 January 1889]  *may read 63y.

Trimble, John A. -- John A. Trimble, a prominent hardware merchant of Shelby, died yesterday at his home following an operation for gall stones performed Saturday night.  Mr. Trimble was 52 years of age and was a man respected by all who knew him.  He served as councilman at Shelby and always took an interest in public affairs.  The deceased leaves a wife, father, J.S. Trimble, who resides near Crestline, two brothers, Frank of Idaho, Lincoln of this county and two sisters, Mrs. Frank Mabee and Mrs. Brooks, both of this county.  The funeral will be held Tuesday at 1:30 from his late home in Shelby.  The interment will be in the Shelby cemetery.  The deceased had a number of relatives residing in this city.  [Mansfield (OH) Daily Shield: 22 February 1909]

Trimble, John S. -- age 80, of Chagrin Falls, died July 15, 2009 at The Briarwood in Stow, Ohio. He was born in Crestline, OH on July 26, 1928 and grew up there. John was the son of Joanna Mincks Trimble and Starling Frank Trimble and the brother of Mary Anne Trimble Cleary (all deceased). He was preceded in death by his wife of 57 years, Nancy Ritzhaupt Trimble. He is survived by his son, Jonathan B. Trimble of Hudson, and daughter, Drew E. Trimble of Chagrin Falls; Grandchildren; Katherine, Matthew, Morgan, Lark, and Jennifer.  John served during the Korean War in the Army 101st Rangers. John graduated Ohio University with a BS degree in Accounting. He was an F & A Mason for 57 years, member of York & Scottish Rite and also a Shriner. He worked for National City Bank of Cleveland in various positions, retiring as Vice President after 33 years. John was a member of the Chagrin Falls United Methodist Church and served on its board. He served on the Board of Directors for several non-profit organizations. A Memorial Service will be held at the Chagrin Falls United Methodist Church, 20 S. Franklin St., Chagrin Falls, OH 44022 Wednesday, July 22, 2009 at 2:00 PM (preceded by a Masonic Memorial service at 1:30PM) with a reception following the service. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Cleveland Sight Center-Highbrook Lodge Camp for the Blind, c/o 5837 Fort Rose Circle Hudson, OH 44236.  Submitted by Drew.  [source unknown]

Trimble, Rebecca -- d. 2/1885, dysentery;  48y;  bur. Mansfield Cem.   [Mansfield Herald:  07 January 1886]

Trimble, William C. -- William C. Trimble fatally shot himself about 3:15 o'clock this afternoon.  The case is one of premeditated suicide.  The victim of self-destruction is 69 years of age.  For the past two years he has been rapidly failing in health and his mind has also been affected.  Although very infirm Mr. Trimble has been accustomed to move about town by himself and has long been a familiar figure on the streets.  At the hour mentioned Mr. Trimble was observed standing upon the lawn in front of A.J. Heinman's residence on West Third Street.  He was observed to place a revolver to the right side of his temple and fire.  Immediately the old gentleman fell to the ground.  It is believed that only one man witnessed the tragedy.  The unconscious form was borne to the residence of his son-in-law, John Cook, No. 77, West Fourth Street, where he has been making his home.  The wound was temporarily bandaged before he was removed to his home.  Dr. Stewart, Dr. Francis and Dr. J.B. Hall were in attendance.  The physicians gave it as their opinion that Mr. Trimble was fatally injured.  The ball entered the skull at an angle and probably just grazed the brain, but it was stated that internal hemorrhage would probably result in death.  The patient may live two hours and he may linger two days.  W.C. Trimble was well known throughout the city, especially to the older residents and enjoyed the respect of all.  He has been assessor for several years in the Third Ward.  --  [Semi-Weekly News (Mansfield):  14 June 1898, Vol. 14, No. 50]

Trimble, William C. -- William C. Trimble, who shot himself Monday afternoon with intent to commit suicide, died about 5 o'clock in the afternoon.  Mr. Trimble's former home was in Bucyrus, where he was very well known.  Mr. Trimble served two terms as county recorder of Crawford County.  Funeral services were held at the Cook residence, No. 77 West Fourth Street, at 9:30 o'clock a.m. Thursday, and the remains were taken to Bucyrus for interment on the noon train the same day.  --  [Semi-Weekly News (Mansfield):  17 June 1898, Vol. 14, No. 51]

Trimmer, Irwin Raymond -- Irwin Raymond Trimmer, only son of Mr. & Mrs. W.W. Trimmer, was born at Steuben, Ohio, August 19, 1905, and died at Plymouth, O., March 28th., 1915, aged 9 years, 7 months and 9 days.  His last illness was of short duration, and although his suffering was intense at times, he was patient and hopeful.  When Irwin was two years old, his parents moved to Plymouth, and this was the only home he knew.  He early started to Sunday School, and when but four years old, was the proud possessor of a gold medal, which was given to him for being present every Sunday during the year, unless detained by sickness.  He was a staunch little Lutheran, and the last two years, was a regular contributor to the church, fixing the envelope each week himself, from his own earnings.  Can not we who are older learn a lesson from his faithfulness to his Sunday School and his church?  Irwin was of a happy, sunny disposition, ambitious beyond his strength;  and from early childhood he was never so contented as when he could help the older ones with the work.  His teachers in the day school will tell you that he was faithful and painstaking, apt to learn, fun-loving, yet ambitious to do his best.  His parents, his sister, his grandmother, will tell you that he was the life of the home.  <<scripture omitted>> Funeral services were conducted at the home, Wednesday afternoon, by Rev. Chas. F. Mott, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church.  The burial took place on the family lot in the Steuben cemetery.  A special car was used to convey the body and sorrowing friends to his last resting place.  A large number of relatives and friends from a distance were in attendance.  --  [Plymouth Advertiser:  03 April 1915, Vol. 62, No. 19]

Trine, Mary Roena -- 97Y;  d. 2/10/1955 at Hill Crest Nursing Home;  b. 6/11/1857 at Benton, Crawford Co., OH;  long-time Mansfield resident;  wid/o William H.;  bur. Benton Cem., Benton, Crawford Co., OH  [MNJ 2/10/1955]

Trodt, William -- William Trodt, 69, died Saturday in the East Cleveland hospital from injuries received at the Willard Storage Battery factory where he was employed.  He is survived by his wife, a son and three daughters, one of whom is Mrs. Elias E. Zeigler, of Mansfield.  Funeral Services were held Tuesday at Marion (Ohio).  [Mansfield Shield:  27 March 1919]

Troll, ---- -- bur. 8/1886 at Mansfield Cem., brain disease;  3 day old infant  [Mansfield Herald:  21 October 1886]

Troll, Eva Mary (Schafer) -- Died - Aug. 4, at 2:10 a.m., Mrs. Martin Troll, at he home, on South Diamond Street.  Her maiden name was Eva Mary Schafer and she was born at Thingen, Bavaria, April 11, 1831.  She came to America in 1850 and was married at St. Louis in 1854 and came to Mansfield in 1864, where she has since resided.  Seven children survive her.  They are Mrs. William Snodgrass, Bellville;  Martin C. Troll, of Washington;  Mrs. F.J. Fletter, Alameda, Cal.;  Rudolph Troll, Alaska;  Mrs. C. Ackerman, Mrs. Ferdinand Fox and Karl Troll, of this city.  Funeral Friday at 2 p.m., the Rev. Buesser officiating.   [Semi-Weekly News: 06 August 1897, Vol. 13, No. 63]

Troop, Grace E. -- Grace E. Troop died Thursday at her home, 62 South Water street, aged about 55 years.  Dr. H.L. Wiles will conduct the funeral at 2:00, Sunday afternoon from the residence.  [Mansfield Herald:  07 November 1889, Vol. 39, No. 51]

Troop, Jennie -- DIED, Jan. 4, Mrs. Jennie Troop, wife of John Troop, of McPherson Street, aged 35.  Funeral from the residence, Jan. 6, at 1 p.m.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  12 January 1895, Vol. LXXVII, No. 35]

Trounstine, Philip -- Shelby.  C.E. Trounstine has received word of the sudden death of his brother, Philip Trounstine, at Denver, Col., Aug. 11.  [Mansfield News:  16 August 1901, Vol. 17, No. 142]

Troup, Grace E. -- Thursday.  Mrs. Grace E. Troup died this morning at her home on South Water Street of heart disease, aged 55 years.  The funeral will take place at 2 p.m., Sunday, Rev. H.L. Wiles, officiating.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  02 November 1889, Vol. LXXII, No. 24]

Troup, Marshall Eugene -- 46Y;  d. 10/20/1954 at Mansfield Gen. Hosp. - heart attack;  b. 11/1/1907 at Ashland, OH;  s/o David F. & Inez (Keen) Troup;  Mansfield resident of 26 years;  bur. Mansfield Cem.   [Mansfield News Journal:  10/20/1954]

Troup, May Clements -- 80Y;  d. Aug., 1954;  w/o David S.  [Mansfield News Journal:  16 August 1954]

Troupe, Harry C. -- d. 10/26/1955 at Mansfield Gen. Hosp.;  b. 6/20/1876 at Boiling Spring, PA;  h/o Minnie Jurdan;  bur. Mansfield Cem.  [MNJ 10/27/1955]

Trowbridge, Joseph -- Joseph Trowbridge died last Sabbath morning, at the residence of his son-in-law, James Tyner, in Shelby, Ohio.  He came two weeks ago to visit his daughter, and to be treated by one of our physicians.  The disease had became complicated and advanced, so that human skill was of no avail.  He passed away as in a sweet sleep.  His birth place was in Pennsylvania, but most of his life of sixty-four years was spent in this State.  His recent home was in Tyner, Indiana, where his remains were taken for interment.  He was a member of the M.E. Church, and though a comparative stranger here, fell among friends.  "Here have we no continuing city."  [Shelby Independent News:  23 November 1876, Vol. 9, No. 5]

Troxel, Ida -- Pleasant Valley.  Miss Ida Troxel died Wednesday morning at the home of her mother, Mrs. Jack Wise.  The funeral service will be held at their home, Friday, at 1 o'clock.  Interment at cemetery near No. 1 school house.  [Semi-Weekly News:  19 November 1897, Vol. 13, No. 93]

Trump, George -- bur. 7/21/1876 at Mansfield Cem.;  38y;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  13 January 1877]

Trumpler, Frederick-- Fred Trumpler, an aged resident of the city, dropped dead at his home, No. 220 South Adams Street, shortly after 6 o'clock last evening.  the death was probably caused by old age and the extremely hot weather.  Mr. Trumpler leaves a wife and several grown up children.  The deceased was born in Germany and was over 77 years of age.  For a number of years he has been in the employ of Dittenhoefer, the merchant tailor.  Mr. Trumpler has also been afflicted with heart trouble.  When he was stricken last night Dr. Maglott was summoned, but he had expired.  [Semi-Weekly News:  13 July 1897, Vol. 13, No. 56]

Trumpler, Frederick -- The funeral of Frederick Trumpler, whose sudden death occurred Saturday evening, will be held Wednesday afternoon, July 14, at 2 p.m. from his late residence on South Adams Street.  Richland Lodge, No. 161, I.O.O.F., of which he had been a member for many years, will attend the funeral.  Four of the six children reside at Pawtucket, R.I., viz. Peter, George and Charles and Mrs. Frederick Zimmerman.  Mrs. John Freese lives at Cookton, this county, and John resides in this city.  Peter Trumpler and his wife and Mrs. Zimmerman will reach here at noon Tuesday to attend the funeral.  Peter Trumpler is a printer and publisher, having learned his trade in this city many years ago, and his connection with the craft caused the incorrect statement that his father was engaged in it, but the later had always worked at tailoring, which trade he learned in Germany.  [Semi-Weekly News:  13 July 1897, Vol. 13, No. 56]

Trumpower, Ida - - Mansfield. Ida Trumpower, 87, of Mansfield, died at Griffeth Nursing Home, Mansfield, Wednesday morning. The daughter for George and Hannah Johnson Carpenter, she was born in Ashland County Dec. 25, 1889. She was a member of the First English Lutheran Church in Mansfield and a former Hayesville resident. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Joseph (Annabelle) Lang and Mrs. Luella Williams of Mansfield and Mrs. William (Lois) McClure of RD 4, Ashland; three grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband John. Services will be at Fickes Funeral Home in Jeromesville Saturday at 3:30 p.m. with the Rev. Jerry L. Schmalenberger officiating. Burial will be in Vermillion Cemetery at Hayesville. Friends may call Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. Submitted by Linda and Shirley. Typed by Terri McGrath. [No newspaper cited, hand dated Thur. 15 Dec. 1977.]

Tubbs, George -- George Tubbs, aged 59 years, and who for a year or more has been making his home with his sister, Mrs. Christine Parker, on Plymouth Street, becoming despondent over long continued ill health, ended his earthly career some time between the hours of 1 and 2 o'clock, Sunday morning, at the Parker home, by shooting himself, twice with a 32-calibre revolver.  The first shot entered his breast about an inch below the heart and passed out through the back.  He then placed the revolver underneath his chin, the bullet passing upward into the brain, completing the deadly work.  There was no one in the house at the time of the tragedy other than Mrs. Parker, and being slightly deaf and separated somewhat from the room occupied by her brother, she did not hear the revolver shots, and was not aware of what had taken place until in the morning, when she went to her brother's room to call him to breakfast.  Knocking at the door and getting no response, and believing him to be asleep, she opened the door when the true situation revealed itself.  Neighbors in the vicinity of the Parker home heard two shots fired about the hours above mentioned, about five minutes intervening between the shots, but gave no particular attention, and it is more than likely these were the two that ended Tubbs' life.  He had been a great sufferer for a year or more and knowing there was no possibility of ever becoming better, and of late his condition becoming worse, was the cause that led up to his rash act.  --  [Plymouth Advertiser:  24 July 1915, Vol. 62, No. 35]

Tubbs, George -- George W. Tubbs, son of Mr. & Mrs. Henry Tubbs, was born in Crawford County, Ohio, March 4, 1856, and died July 18, 1915, at Plymouth, O., aged 59 years, 4 months and 14 days.  He was married December 25, 1878 to Mary Corber.  To this union were born two daughters, Mrs. Maud Weisenberg and Bertha Tubbs, both of Cleveland, O.  He is survived by three brothers and three sisters.  Funeral services were held from the Parker home Wednesday forenoon at 9:30, conducted by Rev. Chas. F. Mott, burial being made in Greenlawn Cemetery.  --  [Plymouth Advertiser:  24 July 1915, Vol. 62, No. 35]

Tubbs, Henry -- Plymouth, Sept. 21 -- The people of our quiet little town were greatly shocked this morning when it became known that Mr. Henry Tubbs was dead.  Mr. Tubbs left his home last evening shortly after six o'clock for Mr. Ewing's orchard to pick apples.  not being home by ten o'clock, his family became alarmed at his absence, and Jas and Frank Tubbs went to look for him.  They proceeded at once to the orchard where he went, and were horrified to find their father cold in death.  The ladder from which he was picking was only about twelve feet long, and his fall was probably from eight to twelve feet.  Mr. Ewing was called and Mr. Tubbs was carried home where but a few hours before he left in excellent health.  In the examination of Dr. Sykes it was found the third cervical vertebra had been fractured causing instant death.  When found his head was under the first round, and his body straightened.  He probably struck on the back of his head breaking his neck.  Mr. Tubbs was sixty-five years old and still enjoyed very good health.  Mr. Tubbs came here twenty-seven years ago and has worked at carpentering since and at which he has gained an enviable reputation.  The funeral will be hl  at the residence Thursday afternoon.  [Mansfield Herald:  23 September 1886]

Tucker, ---- -- An eight-year-old daughter of Squire Tucker's, Lucas, fell from a mow to the barn floor, crushing her skull, which resulted in death Monday, the third day after the accident.  --  [Bellville Star:  27 July 1882, Vol. V, No. 43]

Tucker, Aurelius -- Pleasant Valley.  Died at his home near Lucas, Friday, July 9, Aurelius Tucker, aged 69 years, 4 months and 26 days.  The deceased was born on the farm where he resided until his death and was well known in all the country round as a farmer, stock raiser and stock buyer.  He was united in marriage with Isabella Alexander, April 5, 1849.  His wife died March 16, 1894.  They had five daughters, three of whom died in infancy and two survive them.  Mrs. J.M. Ohler, who resides on the home farm and with whom the father made his home after his wife's death, and Mrs. E.L. Skeggs, of Green Springs.  During his life he had enjoyed almost perfect health and although an old man his death was a surprise to all who knew him.  For a few weeks before his death he was indisposed, but was only confined to his bed four days.  His death was easy and tranquil as was his life;  of genial, kind disposition he was always and to all, and having in early life acquired a complete mastery of his naturally quick temper he had gained a sweetness of disposition and a simplicity of manner than won friends wherever he went.  He was especially kind to the poor and the homeless and friendless and his hospitale [sic.] home was never closed to one wanting home, shelter or food, while many otherwise without homes can recall years of home privilege under his roof.  Liberal to every religious and charitable enterprise, he was a devoted member of the Pleasant Valley Lutheran church near his home.  A life, noble with the nobility of true manhood is gone out.  Of such is the kingdom of Heaven.  His beloved young pastor, the Rev. Cramer, conducted the funeral services July 11, and preached from Genesis 25:8.  [Semi-Weekly News:  23 July 1897, Vol. 13, No. 59]

Tucker, Aurelius -- Pleasant Valley.  Mrs. Seneca Wagar and son, of Cleveland, W.A. Tucker and wife, of Nevada, C.W. Skeggs, Horace Ohler and family of Greensprings, Horace and Albert Tucker and John Vandemark, of Indiana, were called here by the death of Aurelius Tucker.  [Semi-Weekly News:  23 July 1897, Vol. 13, No. 59]

Tucker, Boyd -- d. 12/10/1977 at Stanford Med. Center, Palo Alto, CA;  84Y;  b. Shiloh, Ohio;  grad. Loudonville (OH) High Sch.;  friend of Mahatma Ghandi;  Tagore's personal secretary - 6 years;  Methodist Minister;  attended Boston College, Northwestern Univ., Asbury College Theological Sem.  [MNJ 12/15/1977]

Tucker, Clairias -- d. 3/14/1872 at Monroe Twp.;  66y;  married;  b. Newhaven;  white;  res. Monroe Township [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Tucker, Daniel -- d. 7/22/1872 at Monroe Twp.;  77y, 11d;  widowed;  b. Merrimack Co., NH;  farmer;  white;  cause = chronic dysentery;  res.  Monroe Township  [Richland County Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Tucker, Georgia Mae -- 44Y;  d. 8/20/1954 at Mansfield Gen. Hosp.;  b. 9/16/1909 at Goosecreek, KY;  Mansfield resident for approx. 5 years;  bur.  Mansfield Cem.  [Mansfield News Journal:  22 August 1954]

Tucker, Jane -- OLIVESBURG -- Mrs. Jane Tucker died Dec. 8. She leaves four sons and four daughters to mourn her loss. -- [RICHLAND SHIELD & BANNER: 21 December 1895, Vol. LXXVIII, No. 32]

Tucker, John -- LEXINGTON -- John Tucker, aged about 65, died at his home in Shreve, Feb. 9.  The funeral was held at the family residence Thursday, Feb. 12.  Mr. Tucker will be remembered by former residents of Lexington as superintendent of Lexington public school, at which time he was married to Miss Belle Doty, also a teacher in the grammar department.  Both were well and favorably known in our village and community.  Mrs. tucker and family have the sympathy of their many friends in Lexington.  [Richland County Leader:  20 February 1920, Vol. 1, No. 11]

Tucker, Martha -- d. 7/30/1867 at Richland Co.;  75y, 6m, 8d;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Tucker, Mary -- Shelby.  Miss Mary Tucker, aged 70 years, died last Sunday of heart failure.  The funeral was held at the M.E. church Tuesday at 2 p.m.  Interment at Oakland.  --  [Mansfield Semi-Weekly News:  23 September 1898, Vol. 14, No. 79]

Tucker, Mary A. -- Three deaths occurred last Sabbath in the region round about and in Shelby.  Still the general health is good.  No prevailing sickness.  The persons were:  Mr. Boland, step-father of Mr. Sotsen;  Miss Mary A. Tucker, sister of Mr. Simeon Tucker, aged 59 years.  Mrs. Stump aged 77.  We have no dates as yet for obituary notices.   [Shelby Independent News:  23 October 1873, Vol. 5, No. 52]

Tucker, Mrs. -- Lafayette.  Mrs. Tucker died Sunday, March 10.  She was about 80 years of age.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  16 March 1889, Vol. LXXI, No. 43]

Tucker, Mrs. Simeon -- Jackson Twp.  Mrs. Simeon Tucker whose illness was mentioned last week was buried last Tuesday afternoon in Oakland Cemetery, Shelby.  --  [Mansfield Evening News:  02 April 1890, Vol. 6, No. 23]

Tucker, Mrs. William

Tucker, Paulline (Roberts) -- Shelby.  Mrs. Pauline Tucker, the widow of the late Simeon Tucker, died on Sunday night and was buried Tuesday from her late residence on South Gamble Street.  She was in the 79th. year of her age, and one of less than a dozen residents of this locality when she came here.  She was the daughter of Richard Roberts, Sr., an old pioneer, who died here some years ago.  Four of her father's family died within the past year, and another brother, William, is quite ill.  Ann Roberts, Richard, Benjamin and now Mrs. Tucker.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  29 March 1890, Vol. LXXII, No. 45]

Tucker, Peter -- The funeral of Peter Tucker, who died Wednesday, was held yesterday at the Oman home on East Main street.  The service was conducted by Rev. R.J. Beard, pastor of the M.E. Church.  Interment was made in Oakland Cemetery.  The service was impressive and the floral offerings were many and beautiful.  The pallbearers were F.A. Connelly, Walter Oman, Floyd Tucker and George Arnold.  Among those from a distance who attended the funeral were Mr. & Mrs. Frank Tucker and Albert Tucker of Ashland;  Mrs. Ella Honskeeper of Mansfield, and Henry, Howard and Roy Tucker of Greenwich.  Submitted by Betty.  [Shelby Globe:  03 October 1917]

Tucker, Simeon -- Simeon Tucker, an old and respected resident of Shelby, died at that place last Wednesday.  His death was caused by the running away of his horses which he was driving, the wagon passing over him and producing the fatal injuries.  [Ohio Liberal:  09 October 1878]

Tucker, Sylvester -- Shelby.  Sylvester Tucker died at his home in this city last Sunday, aged 59 years.  He had been ill for a number of years with paralysis.  --  [Semi-Weekly News (Mansfield):  06 May 1898, Vol. 14, No. 39]

Tucker, Thomas -- DIED -- In Butler Twp., October 31st., Mr. Thomas Tucker, aged 72 years. His remains were buried in the Shenandoah Cemetery. -- [THE MANSFIELD HERALD: 13 November 1884, Vol. 34, No. 52]

Tucker, Walter Earl -- Walter Earl Tucker, the two weeks' old son of Mr. & Mrs. Chester S. Tucker, of 164 Blanch Street, died Wednesday morning at 1:30 o'clock.  The funeral was held from the home this afternoon at 4 o'clock, conducted by Rev. E.M. McMillen.  [Mansfield Shield:  11 February 1914]

Tucker, Wilbur W. -- Wilbur W. Tucker, better known as Peter Tucker, died last night on East Main street, of concussion of the brain.  He was struck by an automobile driven by Lee Roberts on West Main street on Monday afternoon.  Mr. Tucker attempted to cross the street ahead of the machine and Mr. Roberts tried to dodge him.  Instead of going directly across, Mr. Tucker turned around and started towards the automobile and was struck.  He was thrown to the pavement and sustained a fractured skull.  He was removed to the office of Dr. L.B. Simpson, and later taken to the Emergency room.  He was unconscious the greater part of the time and remained so until death came.   Peter Tucker was the sone of Richard and Jane Tucker.  He was born on a farm near Olivesburg in Weller township, and was 52 years of age.  Most of his life was spent on the farm.  Seven years ago he came to Shelby, and since that time has resided here.  He was well known to Shelby people, and he leaves a host of relatives and friends to mourn his death.  He is survived by seven children.  There are two sisters, Mrs. Ella Housekeeper of Mansfield, and Mrs. Sadie Oman of Shelby, and three brothers, Newton, Albert and Frank Tucker of Ashland.  The body was taken to the Sutter morgue where it was prepared for burial.  Today the remains were taken to the home of his sister, Mrs. Sadie Oman, on East Main street, where the funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:00.  The service will be conducted by Rev. Mr. Beard, pastor of the M.E. church.  Interment will be made in Oakland cemetery.   [Shelby Globe:  03 October 1917]

Tullis, Charles E. ‘Chip’ – Shelby.  Charles E. “Chip” Tullis, 20, of 93 W. Main St. died early Thursday.  He was born May 24, 1961, in Albuquerque, N.M., and had lived in the Shelby area most of his life.  He was a 1979 graduate of Shelby Senior High School and was a member of the First United Methodist Church.  He was a student at OSU-Mansfield.  He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Irene S. Tullis of Shelby; a sister, Janet Tullis of Shelby; three half sisters, Mrs. Bill (Mary Lee) Gibson of Shelby, Mary Lee Moss of West Palm Beach, Fla., and Mrs. Sue Robbins of Auburn, Ind.; and three half brothers, James Moss of Shelby, Richard Tullis of Shelby and Dr. David Tullis of Sylvania.  Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in Oakland Cemetery by Dr. Henry A. Sedlacek.  The family wishes any memorial contributions to be made to the First United Methodist Church or ADAPT.  Dye-Hall Funeral Home in Shelby is in charge of arrangements.  Submitted by Linda & Shirley.  Typed by Sherry.  [Mansfield News Journal, 12 June 1981, p 7]

Turbett, Tabitha -- Died at the home of her son, Dr. Turbett, in Palmyra, Mich., July 31, 1891, Tabitha Turbett, in the 70th. year of her age.  She was the wife of the late George W. Turbett and a former resident of Mansfield.  Death had no terror to her.  She had lived a Christian life for over forty years and the strong faith that had kept her through all those years of her life only became stronger as she reached the end of the journey.  She bade her children all good-bye, saying to them that she must hurry, for angels and loved ones were waiting for her.  She then prayed for her children, whom she was about to leave, and after commanding them to the care of God, she passed peacefully away, leaving behind her eight children, four sons and four daughters, to mourn the loss of a loving mother, but they mourn not as those who have no hope, for they know that their loss is her gain.  <<poetry omitted>>  -- [Richland Shield & Banner:  15 August 1891, Vol. LXXIV, No. 13]

Turbett, Thomas -- DIED -- At Rome, Ohio, September 7th., 1871, Mr. THOMAS TURBETT, aged 82 years.  [SHELBY INDEPENDENT NEWS:  14 September 1871, Vol. 3, No. 46]

Turbit, Susan A. Dick -- Susan A. Dick, wife of Samuel Turbit, was born Feb. 18th., 1840;  died near Rome, Ohio, September 14th., 1876, aged 36 years, 6 months and 26 days.  She was a member of the Reformed Congregation at the London Church, where her mortal remains received Christian burial.  Sermon by her pastor, Rev. N.H. Loose.  Her husband two interesting children, aged parents, brothers and sisters, remain to mourn her departure.  [Shelby Independent News:  21 September 1876, Vol. 8, No. 48]

Turner, ---- -- bur. 2/1886 at Mansfield Cem., spasms;  6d  [Mansfield Herald:  08 April 1886]

Turner, ---- -- bur. 2/1879 at Mansfield Cem., stillborn  [Ohio Liberal:  09 April 1879]

Turner, Anna -- bur. 1/31/1878 at Mansfield Cem., heart disease;  59y   [Ohio Liberal:  06 February 1878]

Turner, Cleo -- 72Y;  d. 6/28/1955 at People's Hosp., Mansfield;  wid/o Clyde;  b. 2/11/1883 at New Washington, OH;  bur. Mansfield Cem.  [MNJ 6/29/1955]

Turner, Ellwood -- Ontario.  The family of three small children of Arthur Turner was severely stricken with scarlet fever Tuesday morning, the oldest of which died the evening of the same day.  The other two are in a critical condition.  Arthur and his wife have the sympathies of all the neighbors in the hours of affliction.  [Semi-Weekly News:  16 April 1897, Vol. 13, No. 31]

Turner, Ellwood -- Shelby.  Ellwood Turner, aged 4, of Cookton, died Wednesday.  [Semi-Weekly News:  16 April 1897, Vol. 13, No. 31]

Turner, John -- bur. 4/2/1874 at Mansfield Cem.;  52y;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  09 January 1875]

Turner, Mary E. Dean – Mansfield.  Funeral services for Mary E. Dean Turner, 96, formerly of 1867 Hulit Road, will be held Friday at 1 p.m. at the Diamond Street Home of Wappner Funeral Directors by the Rev. John Wiseman.  Calling hours are Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.  Burial will be in Mansfield Memorial Park.  Mrs. Turner died Tuesday evening in Mansfield General Hospital.  She was born July 12, 1894, in Uniontown, Pa., and lived in the Mansfield area most of her life.  She was a former employee of Reese Optical and a member of Park Avenue Baptist Church.  Surviving are two daughters, Mabel Kilgore and Marian Gorrell, both of Mansfield; 20 grandchildren; 53 great-grandchildren; and several great-great-grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her husband, Carl W. Turner; a son, Charles, and a daughter, Viola M. Hoffman.  Submitted by Linda & Shirley.  Typed by Sherry.  [Unknown newspaper, unknown date]

Turney, Mary E. -- bur. 4/1877 at Mansfield Cem., scarlet fever;  1y, 2m, 9d;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  05 May 1877]

Twitchell, Albert J. -- Albert J. Twitchell, one of Mansfield's most prominent attorneys, senior member of the law firm of Twitchell & Hartman, died very suddenly Saturday evening at 5:30 o'clock at his residence, 499 Park Avenue West.  The people of Mansfield who knew him as a strong, hearty man, who seemed the picture of health, could scarcely believe the sad news of his unexpected death.  For a couple of weeks Mr. Twitchell had been confined to his home with a touch of malarial or typhoid fever.  He was getting better and had expected to be able to be out again in a few days.  When his sister, Miss Myra Twitchell, came to his room to see him Saturday evening he told her how much better he was feeling and that he believed he could eat a good hearty supper.  He told her what he wished and she started to leave the room.  Before she reached the door she heard him gasp and on going back to the bed found him dying.  Dr. Ecki, the attending physician, was sent for and everything possible was done for Mr. Twitchell, but he passed away within fifteen minutes after the attack.  Death was due to embolism, a blood clot on the brain.  Mrs. Twitchell with Miss Rae Twitchell, the daughter, and Carroll, the youngest son, has been spending the winter in Mexico, and a message was sent to them Saturday evening conveying the sad news of the death of husband and father.  Mrs. Twitchell was reached at Guadalajaia [sic.], which is about 300 miles from the City of Mexico.  A message was received Sunday to the effect that they had started at 10:15 a.m. for home.  The funeral arrangements will not be completed until after they reach home, which will probably be Thursday, or if they have to come by way of the City of Mexico, it will probably be Friday before they get here.  Two of the sons, Charles and Albert, have been attending the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor and they were summoned home Saturday night.  Albert J. Twitchell was born in Portage County, Ohio, Dec. 31, 1848.  He graduated from the Ohio Wesleyan University at Delaware in the class of 1872, after which he attended the law department of Harvard University.  He came to Mansfield and read law with Judge Moses R. Dickey and in the fall of 1874 he was admitted to the bar, entering upon the practice of his profession in company with A.M. Burns with whom he continued until July, 1877, when he opened an office for himself.  For the past eight years he and Rudolph W. Hartman have been in partnership.  Mr. Twitchell was united in marriage Sept. 24, 1874, with Miss Ella C. Downs, of Defiance, who survives him with one daughter, Miss Rae Twitchell, and six sons, Lee, who lives on Orchard farm near the city;  Charles and Albert, who are students at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor;  Howard, Ralph and Carroll.  Mr. Twitchell is also survived by three sisters, Mrs. Edward Squires, of Defiance, who has been traveling in Spain and other countries, and who sailed from Liverpool, March 14, on the Oceanic and is expected to arrive in New York City tomorrow or Wednesday;  Mrs. A.C. Houghton, of Tryon, North Carolina, and Miss Myra Twitchell, of this city.  Mr. Twitchell was greatly interested in scientific farming, was a member of the state horticulture society and has two extensive fruit farms, one on the Millsborough road and the other out the Spring Mill road.  He was identified with various business enterprises and was vice-president of the May Realty Co., of this city.  He was a trustee of Mansfield lodge, No. 19, I.O.O.F., also a member of Mohican encampment of the order, and was affiliated with Commercial lodge of the Pathfinders, and with the Jr. O.U.A.M.  Funeral arrangements later.  --  [Bellville Messenger:  23 March 1906, Vol. 14, No. 8 reprinted from the Monday edition of the Richland Shield]

Twitchell, Charles -- Charles Twitchell, father of A.J. Twitchell and Miss Myra Twitchell, died Friday morning at 5:00 at his residence northwest of the city of inflammation of the bowels resulting from hemorrhage of the bowels.  The deceased came to Richland county in 1858, having been born in Massachusetts, August 31st., 1812.  The funeral will take place Sunday, Nov. 10th., at 2 p.m., from his late residence, interment to take place in Mansfield Cemetery.  [Mansfield Herald:  14 November 1889, Vol. 39, No. 52]

Twitchell, Charles -- Friday.  Chas. Twitchell died this morning at 5 o'clock at his home, one and one-half miles northwest of the city, on the Spring Mill Road, and will be buried Sunday from his late home.  The deceased was born in Massachusetts, Aug. 31, 1812, and came to Richland County in 1858.  He was the father of Attorney A.J. Twitchell and Miss Myra Twitchell, the artist.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  16 November 1889, Vol. LXXII, No. 26]

Tyler, Hannah (Pratt) -- Thursday -- Mrs. Hannah Tyler, aged 60 years and five days, died at her home on Park Avenue East, at 4:30 this morning from a complication of diseases.  The deceased was a daughter of Capt. Elisha Pratt, of near Cooperstown, N.J., and married W.F. Tyler, who survives here, August 22, 1849.  Mr. & Mrs. Tyler removed to this city in 1859, where she has since resided.  Three children survive her:  W.D. Tyler, of Wooster;  Mrs. Warren Laird, of Columbus, and Mrs. Clarence Hoover, of this city.  --  [RICHLAND SHIELD & BANNER:  26 October 1895, Vol. LXXVIII, No. 24]

Tyler, Samuel -- The funeral of Samuel Tyler, aged 84 years, took place from the residence of his son, W.F. Tyler, yesterday.  [Ohio Liberal:  19 February 1879]

Tyler, Samuel -- bur. 2/1879 at Mansfield Cem., old age;  84y, 1m  [Ohio Liberal:  09 April 1879]

Tyler, Truman M. -- Yesterday afternoon Truman M. Tyler was instantly killed by a tree falling upon him and crushing him, on the farm owned by the late James Dickson, in Butler Twp., near Shenandoah.  Tyler, who was 74 years old, and George Scroggie, had cut down a tree, the body of which was held up by limbs.  Tyler chopped off the limb and just as Scroggie called to him to "look out", the tree fell over and upon Tyler.  His neck, shoulder and legs were broken and his body was crushed.  Tyler formerly lived in this city and teamed for George C. Wise.  Coroner Maglott was notified of the fatality and will hold an inquest today.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  30 March 1895, Vol. LXXVII, No. 46]

Tymanus, Lemuel -- DIED -- In Lexington, Richland County, Ohio, on Saturday, February 15th., 1873, Mr. LEMUEL TYMANUS, aged about 42 years.  Mr. Tymanus was a member of the United Brethren Church for about twenty-one years and died leaving a good testimony behind him that all was well with him. – [BELLVILLE DOLLAR WEEKLY:  21 February 1873, Vol. 1, No. 52]

Tyson, Ann -- d. 2/27/1872 at Plymouth;  83y;  married;  b. England;  white;  cause = influenza;  res. Plymouth Township  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Tyson, John -- John Tyson, son of Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Tyson, was born in Hannah, England, Sept. 16th., 1824, and died July 11th., 1915, in Plymouth, O., aged 90 years, 9 months and 25 days.  At the age of four, he came to Plymouth, O., then known as Paris, and has lived his life on the same farm.  On Oct. 7th., 1847, John Tyson was united in marriage to Selena Lofland.  To this union were born eight children, five of whom are living and three are dead.  Thirteen grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren are left to mourn his death.  His wife preceded him in death, dying Oct. 19th., 1906.  Coincident in the Harvest of Nature, Death's messenger came to John Tyson, who in the fullness of years, a long and honorable life, worthy and well spent, answered those last summons, honored by all who knew him.  <<scripture omitted>> Funeral services, conducted by Rev. Mott, were held at the home in which he had lived for more than three score years.  There were many beautiful flowers, mute tokens of sympathy, and respect, and a large concourse of people present who came to pay that last tribute to an honored and respected citizen.  Six grandsons served as pall-bearers, to lay the body in its final resting place in beautiful Greenlawn Cemetery, where it sleeps beside the loving and faithful wife.  <<additional scripture omitted>>  --  [Plymouth Advertiser:  17 July 1915, Vol. 62, No. 34] 

Tyson, Mrs. William -- Plymouth.  The funeral of Mrs. Wm. Tyson was held on Monday at the residence of her son, Oscar Tyson.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  01 December 1894, Vol. LXXVII, No. 29]

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