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Arne H Trelvik

Jimmet Conner (1776-1861)

DEATHS.
CONNER - Died, at his residence near Fort Ancient, in this county, on the 18th ult., Mr. Jimmet Conner, at the advanced age of near eighty-five years. Mr. Conner was a native of the State of Delaware and removed to Ohio about the year 1827, with a wife and nine children. His wife has been dead several years. His children are all living, and attended his funeral. The children, grand-children and great-grand-children now number over fifty persons. He had been a member of the Regular or old school Baptist Church for over forty years, and died in the full fruition of that faith he had so long enjoyed in a Blessed Redeemer.
Ridgeville, O. May 6.                                                                          [Citizen copy.]

Source: The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday May 9, 1861

by
Carol Conner Donovan
27 February 2007

Jimmet Conner (1805-1881)

Coroner Carey went to Morrow on Saturday, where he held an inquest on the body of Jimmett Conner, an old man seventy six years of age, who was found dead in his bead that morning. After viewing the body and hearing the testimony of witnesses, he found taht the deceased came to his death by dissipation and exposure.

by
Carol Conner Donovan
3 March 2007
 

Robert Conner (1842-1914)

Veteran Of Civil War Passes Away At Age of 72

Robert Conner, 72, died at 11 a.m. today from old age and general debility. He was born April 16, 1842, and has been a resident of Middletown all of his life. He is a veteran of the Civil War. A widow and several children survive. The funeral will take place Friday at 2:30 p.m. from the residence, 309 Grimes Street. Rev. J.M. Replogio will conduct the services. Interment in charge of Rathman & McCoy will be made in Middletown Cemetery. The old soldiers and Ladies of the G.A.A. will attend the services in a body.

Source: Middletown News-Signal, Wednesday, 1 July 1914, on page 1
Also see 1891 Middletown City Directory, 1910 Middletown City Directory, Transcribed Death Certificate and gravestone photo
by
Carol Conner Donovan
14 July 2007
 

Hannah Jane (Rogers) Conner (1843-1925)

Mrs. Hannah Conner Dies After Illness
Aged Woman has been in Bad Health for weeks

Mrs. Hannah Jane Conner, widow of Robert Conner, was removed by death Sunday at 11:30 a.m. at her home, 13 South Grimes Street. Mrs. Conner had been in failing health for some time due to the debilities of her advanced age of 81 years, but she withstood the ravages of time with a vitality and strong will that dominated her life and made her a woman of strong character.
Mrs. Conner's husband died twelve years ago. The family has resided here forty years, coming from Eaton 0., her birthplace, and have become known as representatives of straightforward and upright living. She leaves a large family of the following relatives to mourn her: Ida and Eunice, daughters, and James and John, sons, all of Middletown, six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Burial at Middletown Cemetery.

Source: Middletown Journal, Monday. 12 Jan1925
Also See Transcribed Death Certificate and gravestone photo
by
Carol Conner Donovan
14 July 2007

Nelson Conner (1907-1973)

CONNER
Nelson Sr., beloved husband of Christine Reichert Connor; devoted father of Mrs. Terrence (Frances) Rich, Mrs. Thomas (Shirley) Greene, Mrs. Carol Rogers, Nelson Connor Jr. and the late Mary Brandenburg; also survived by nine grandchildren; Tuesday, December 25, 1973; residence, 4900 Shirley Place; age 66 years. Funeral service, Saturday at 9 A.M. at the Dalbert & Woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudinot Ave. at Queen City. Friends may call Friday, 4 to 9 P.M. Yeatman Lodge #162 F&AM services, Friday, 8 P.M. Family requests memorials be made to your favorite charity.

Source: The Cincinnati Enquirer

Carol Conner Donovan writes,
"my father's Obit (which I just found). His name is Nelson Conner b. 7 JAN 1907 Morrow, OH; d. 25 DEC 1973 Cinti., OH; m. 23 JUN 1934 to Christine Reichert. Obit was published in the Cinti. Enquirer.

by
Carol Conner Donovan
14 July 2007

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