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Mrs. Abbie Davis

MASON - Services for Mrs. Abbie M. Davis, 83, formerly of Mason, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Gallimore Funeral Home with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home today from 4 to 9 p.m.

Mrs. Davis died Friday in Springfield at the home of a son, Marion, where she had been living.

Source: Unidentified newspaper, 13 Apr. 1964)

by
Jay G. Lamb
22 February 2006

Ed Davis

Mr. Ed. Davis died very suddenly of apoplexy in the office of Dr. C. P. Krohn Thursday evening.  Funeral services were held at his late home Monday morning with burial at Dayton.  He leaves a wife, step daughter and four brother to mourn their loss

Source: The Western Star, Lebanon Ohio, Thursday 16 Dec 1926
Copy from the Obituary Collection at the Warren County Genealogical Society,
406 Justice Drive, Lebanon, OH 45036-2349, (513) 695-1144 - WCGS@co.warren.oh.us

by
Arne H Trelvik
14 June 2008

Jonathan W. Davis

DIED—On the 29th ult. in Waynesville, Jonathan W. Davis, M.D., of cholera, in the 29th year of his age. He was suddenly attacked on the evening of the 28th, about two miles from home, and so rapid was the course of the disease that a collapse took place in a few hours. “Dull grave! thou spoilst the dance of youthful blood.” How often does it happen that the fell destroyer claims the most promising for his victims. The subject of this notice took his degree in medicine in the Ohio Medical College in the spring of 1847, and was in the full career of usefulness in his profession. In his death the medical profession is deprived of an intelligent, devoted, and successful coadjutor—the community of a worthy and useful citizen—and the Christian church to which he belonged of a consistent member. By his affable and conciliatory manners as a citizen, he had won the esteem of all the community, and the affection of a numerous circle of intimate friends.

 

Source: Western Star, dated 17 August 1849 (obtained from the Ohio Historical Society, microfilm roll # 19249)

by
Judy Simpson
11 June 2004

SYVILLA DAVIS, 87,
Life Resident of Community, Dies

Mrs. Syvilla Davis,87 of 107 South St. Joseph avenue,died early Sunday morning in the Berrien County hospital at Berrien Center after a long illness.
Born in niles township june 26,1854,mrs.Davis was a life-long resident of the community.She is survived only by a sister,Mrs. Musa Davis,niles.She was married Oct.9,1873,to Charles L. Davis,who preceded her in death.
Services will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 in the Price and Kiger funeral home and burial will be in the Morris Chapel cemetery

Source: Niles Michigan newspaper about 21 Jun 1942

by
John Walker
12 April 2006

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