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Henrietta Lamb

Deaths Since January, 1873
We give below a list of the deaths as appeared on the Register at J. N. Oswald's Undertaking Office, and which occured from January 1, 1873, to May 1, 1874.

1874: 2 Mar. - Mrs. Henrietta Lamb, 52 years.

Source: The Western Star, 21 May 1874
[other entries in the list not transcribed - copy obtained from obituary collection at the Warren County Genealogical Society]

Note:
She died 28 Feb. 1874 per the gravestone in Lebanon Cemetery. March 2, 1874 was the interment date.

by
Jay G. Lamb
22 February 2006
 

Mrs. Ruth Hoff Lamb

MRS. RUTH HOFF LAMB DEAD.

Former Mason Woman Dies in Industry, Illinois.

Ruth Ann Hoff Lamb was born in Warren county, O., March 17, 1831. Died at her home in Industry, Ill., February 24, 1904, aged 72 years, 11 months and 7 days, was married to Abraham Lamb, Feb., 11, 1849. To this union was born 11 children, five having preceded her to the spirit world. Came to Illinois with her husband in the fall of 1854.

She made a profession of religion when 18 years of age and united with the Christian church, and has lived a consistent christian life every since. The high and almost reverential esteem in which she has ever been held is a sufficient testimonial of her faithfulness to God and her loyalty to the church of her choice. She was ever a tender, loving companion and a devoted mother. Hers was such a sweet gentle and Christlike character as one seldom meets. Her kind words, loving smile, and helpful hands were ever ready for neighbor or friend, who needed the comfort and help she might render. Her last days were full of peace and christian tranquility, and a full hope of eternal life, telling her family that all was well with her soul. Finally she fell asleep in Jesus, as calmly and peacefully as a child in its mothers arms. Thus a useful life is ended, but "being dead, yet speaketh." She passed into the unseen with a calm and unfaltering trust in Christ as her deliverer, leaving her testimony to the living that no cloud hovered over her spiritual horizon to dim her vision of that Savior who had been her stay and support during life, in health and sickness. May we all profit by her christian example and strive to meet her in the "sweet bye and bye." She
"Sleeps in Jesus, blessed sleep, from which none ever wake to weep."

May the bereaved and consolation in the promises of the Savior. As a church we sustain a loss but it is her infinite gain.

A husband, six children - Mrs. Flora Johnson, Kansas City; Mrs. Ellen Park, Peculiar, Mo.; Mrs. Eva Bridges and Frank, Industry; William, Peculiar, Mo. and Reuben, Coleman, Mo, one brother, four sisters, 18 grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren, and a host of friends and relatives to mourn her departure.

Funeral services were held at the Christian church Friday morning at ten o'clock, conducted by Rev. Gade. Interment in the Industry cemetery.
-- Industry Weekly News, Industry, Ill.

Source: This was copied from a clipping published in an unidentified Warren Co., OH newspaper.
Note: The obituary was basically a reprint of one published earlier in IL. The paragraph listing Ruth Lamb’s survivors was copied from the original obituary as published in IL because the Warren Co. obituary was not entirely correct and was incomplete. The surviving children in birth sequence were: Flora Johnson, Ellen Park, Eva Bridges, William Lamb, Frank Lamb, and Reuben Lamb.

by
Jay G. Lamb
22 February 2006
 

Death of a Former Warren Countian

The many friends and relatives of Mrs. Ruth A. Lamb were pained to hear of her death which occurred on the twenty fourth of February at her home in Industry, Ill., after an illness of a few weeks, only lacking a few days of being seventy-three years old. She was born and raised in Warren county near Mason and had many friends and relatives in that community. Two years ago last fall she visited the friends of her youth and seems to enjoy it so much though she and her friends felt it would be her last visit here and it was hard to say good-bye when parting time came. Thus, once more we are reminded that we are being gathered one by one to our eternal home where partings are unknown.
A SISTER.

Source: The Western Star 10 Mar 1904 [copy obtained from obituary collection at the Warren County Genealogical Society]

for
Jay G. Lamb
22 February 2006
 

Thompson Lamb

DIED
On Saturday, in the 57th year of his age, Mr. THOMPSON LAMB. He was a resident of Warren county about forty five years, during the whole of which time he lived on the farm where he died. Mr. Lamb was highly esteemed by all who knew him; a member of the Baptist Church; a kind and indulgent, father; a good neighbor.

Source: The Western Star, 28 Jul. 1848

Note:
Thompson Lamb d 22 July 1848, age 53 years, 10 months, and 1 day according to his gravestone in Pioneer Cemetery, Lebanon, OH.

by
Jay G. Lamb
22 February 2006

William Lamb (c1888-1951)

William Lamb
FRANKLIN - Services for William Lamb, 63, a former Franklin resident, will be held at 1:30 p. m. Monday at the Ullmer Funeral Homer 3701 West Third St., Dayton.
He died this week at his home in Sanford Fla. He is survived by his wife Dora; a daughter, Mrs. Joseph Messler of Dayton, and a son, Charles, also of Dayton.
He also is survived by a sister, Mrs. Harry Starr of Peoria, Ariz.; two brothers, Luther and Lemuel, both of Dayton; and four grandchildren.
Friends may call at the funeral home from 3 to 9 p.m. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lamb lived in Franklin until 25 years ago, when they moved to Florida.

Source: "William Lamb," obituary, The Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Saturday, April 7, 1951

by
Vivian Combs Moon
6 December 2010

     

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