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Dorothy M. Marshall

FRANKLIN - Services for Mrs. Dorothy M. Marshall, 74, formerly of 2921 Saybrook Ave., Middletown, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Eaton-Anderson Funeral home, the Rev. Rodney Williams officiating.
Mrs. Marshall died Monday at Middletown Regional Hospital.
Burial will be at Woodhill Cemetery.
Visitation is today from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.
She and her husband, Millard, had lived at Carlisle Manor Nursing Home the past 1 1/2 years.
A native of Clermont County, she worked for the G. C. Murphy Co. in Middletown until her retirement.
She was preceded in death by a son, Millard Jr. in 1979, and a grandson in 1979.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by two sons, Ronald and Richard, both of Trenton; a daughter, Mrs. Janice Spears of Germantown; 12 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Marie Shock of Germantown.

Source: The Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Wednesday, January 14, 1987

by
Vivian Combs Moon
13 September 2008

OBITUARY

Mary Simonton Marshall was born at New Carlisle, Clark Co., Ohio, on the 12th of August, 1851. She was the daughter of Rev. Hiram and Elizabeth Simonton. She spent her early life at the place of her birth, until her marriage to Martin V. Marshall on the 18th of September 1872. Since their marriage they have lived in the house where she died. There were born to them five children – two sons and three daughters – all living except one son, Clayton, who died October 3, 1883. She has been a consistent and faithful member of the Christian church since early girlhood, sustaining a membership in the church at Franklin, Ohio, since her marriage nearly twenty-five years ago. She was a devoted mother, and reared her children in the path she had learned so early to walk in. The sickness which caused her death on January 8, 1897, came upon her about a year ago, and although it caused her a great deal of distress and suffering she bore it without complaint to the very last. She was conscious to the last moment, and talked kindly and lovingly to the family, calling each one by name and saying smilingly, “Good-bye! Good-bye!” waving her hand after the voice failed. This community and the church sustain a great loss by her death, and the family a bereavement which will enlist the sympathy of every true friend and neighbor. She lived a true Christina life, and when she bade her family “Good-bye” she joined her many friends and the saints of glory in that sweethome above where good-byes never come. She is now past all suffering, and the record she left will tell in the lives of her children and friends in the years to come. In all her earthly relations, Mrs. Marshall was most gentle and kind. As a member of the Christina church in Franklin she will be greatly missed. It is with deep and abiding grief that the church has lost her presence and counsel. A large concourse of her relatives and friends gathered at her late home on Sunday January 10, 1897, when services were held in her memory by Rev. B. F. Clayton, of the Franklin, Ohio, Christian church.. To her, and to such as she, “Death is the crown of life.” May the storms of winter blow gently, and the flowers of summer bloom sweetly, above the place of her silent resting.

Source: The Franklin Chronicle 14 January 1897
Copy from the Obituary Collection at the Warren County Genealogical Society,

by
Arne H Trelvik

28 August 2005

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