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Feerer Family Obituaries
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Arne H Trelvik


Bertha (Gardner) Feerer Humbert

name: Bertha M. HUMBERT
died: September 29, 1909 West Middletown, Ohio
born: November 16, 1876 West Middletown, Ohio
age: 32 years
father: Alonzo Gardner born Ohio
mother: Katie Henner (sp?) born Dent, Ohio
burial: October 2, 1909 Middletown Cemetery, Middletown, Ohio
informant: Edward Humbert

11 Feb 2007 Vivian Combs Moon writes ,
"I could not find an obit for Bertha M. Gardner Feerer Humbert.
Bertha M. GARDNER married 1st Obe C. FEERER and 2nd Edward HUMBERT"

Vivian Combs Moon
11 February 2007

George R. Feerer

George Ferrer (Feerer) Last Rites Today
Funeral service over the remains of George Ferrer, step-son of Mr. Ed Humbert of West Middletown, took place today at the house at 1:30. At 2:30 the service was held from the church. Rev. F.F. Briggs conducted the service impressively. Burial took place in Middletown Cemetery.

Source: March 23, 1909 Tuesday The Daily Signal, Middletown, Ohio

name: George R. FEERER
died: March 20. 1909
born: January 8, 1904 Middletown, Ohio
age: 5 yrs 2 mos 12 das
father: Obe Feerer born Warren Co, Oh
mother: Bertha Gardner born West Middletown, Ohio
burial: March 23, 1909 Middletown Cemetery

11 Feb 2007 Vivian Combs Moon writes ,
"George R. Feerer born January 8, 1904 Middletown, Ohio, died March 20, 1909 West Middletown, Ohio, was the s/o Obe C Feerer & Bertha M. Gardner. After the death of Obe Feerer in 1905, Bertha married Edward Humbert. George was buried March 23, 1909 at the Middletown Cemetery next to his father."

Vivian Combs Moon
11 February 2007
  Mary Feerer
Death’s Work
Mary, wife of Samuel Feerer died Saturday afternoon at her home on Baltimore street, aged 28 years. The Funeral was held this afternoon at 2 o’clock. Interment in the city cemetery.
Source: July 27, 1891 Middletown Daily Signal, Middletown, Ohio
19 Feb 2007 Vivian Combs Moon writes ,
"Mary Feerer was buried July 27, 1891 in the Middletown Cemetery.
Samuel Feerer was the s/o George Reed Feerer & Sarah C. Branderburg

name: Mary Feerer
died: July 25, 1891
age: 28 years born Maryland
resident of Middletown: 3 years
no parents listed
no informant listed

Several months later we find another burial however it is not listed in the Burial Ledger of the Middletown Cemetery.
name: George Feerer
died September 14, 1891 Middletown, Ohio
age: 4 mos 7 days
born: Middletown, Ohio
father: Saml Feerer born Franklin, Ohio
mother: Mary E Feerer born Virginia
burial: September 15, 1891 Middletown Cemetery, Middletown, Ohio
informant: George Feerer
billing was sent to George Feerer."

Vivian Combs Moon
19 February 2007

Obe C. Feerer

At Hamilton by Traction Cars
Mr. Obadiah Frere (Obe Feerer) Of This City Met Death This Morning
Was Employed by C. D. & T. Traction Company to Deliver Coal to Power Houses and Was Thrown Beneath the Wheels While Switching Cars at Lindenwald.
Obadiah Frere, employed by the C. D. & T. Traction company to deliver coal used at the power houses along the line and residing with his wife and two children on east Ninth street in this city, was instantly killed near Hamilton this morning while switching some cars on the switch at Lindenwald.
It is stated that Frere was setting the brake on a flat car attached to a loaded coal car when he was thrown between the cars and onto the tracks. Before he could save himself the wheels of the loaded car caught him and terribly mangled his body; death ensuing almost instantly.
The dead man's body was prepared for burial at Hamilton and placed in charge of Undertaker Wilson of this city, who brought it to his home on Ninth street.
Frere has been employed by the Traction Company for quite a while and had the superintendency of the delivery of the coal at the power houses between Dayton and Cincinnati and the man who unloaded it.
He formerly lived at Heno where he married a daughter of Lon Gardner. Frere's parents reside near Franklin.
A grief stricken wife and two small children survive him.

Source: Thursday January 12, 1905 The Daily Signal, Middletown, Ohio
The body of O. C. Freere (Feere), who was killed by the traction cars at Hamilton yesterday, was taken to the home of Lon Gardner, father of Mrs. Freere, at Heno, whee the funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at one o'clock.
Interment in the Middletown Cemetery.

: January 13, 1905 Friday The Daily Signal, Middletown, Ohio
Of the C.D. and T. Traction Co. Were Inspected
A party of officials of the C. D. & T Traction Co., inspected the power houses between Cincinnati and Dayton, today, stopping at the U.S. Hotel here for dinner at noon.
Those in the party were: Dr. L. Duncan, Thos. Elliott and L.H. Lunn, of Cincinnati, General Manager F.J.J. Sloat, Superintendent O.L. Palmer and Master Mechanic L.M. Sheldon.

Source: January 13, 1905 Friday The Daily Signal, Middletown, Ohio
11 Feb 2007 Vivian Combs Moon writes ,
"Obe C FEERER was the son of George R. FEERER & Sarah C BRANDENBURG. He was buried January 15, 1905 at Middletown Cemetery, Middletown, Ohio."
Vivian Combs Moon
11 February 2007

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