Viola Catherine Fast Baldwin
BALDWIN, Viola Catherine, w/o A.W. of 113 W. 13 St., died at home Saturday, born Nova 1859, nee Fast, to Ashland 12 years ago on 30th of Oct, sons Everett M. of 9th St. and Tully of Elyria, daughter Mrs. O.E. Hibbard of Greenwich, 7 grandchildren, half-brother Jacob Fast of Lansing MI, half-sister Mrs. A.D. Stahl of Nova, buried Nova Cemetery. [Ashland Times and Gazette, Oct 13, 1915]
J.W. Bebout, successor to Teeples, photographer of Ashland, Ohio, died last night at 10 o'clock at the residence of his father, 110 Gibbs street of stricture of the bowels. The funeral will be held at the family residence Thursday at 2 p.m., conducted by Rev. Boyer of the Evangelical church by request of deceased. [The Stark County Democrat. (Canton, Ohio), 08 Sept. 1892]
Edward L. Carney, Esq.
Miflin, O., May 22, (1858) ae. 39. Mr. C. was a printer, and graduated as such in the Citizen office, in the fall of 1838. He afterwards studied law, and edited a democratic newspaper at Canton and in Wooster. He was a young man of fine abilities as a writer and a lawyer. [Source: "Annual Obituary Notices Of Eminent Persons Who Have Died In The United States For 1858"; By Hon. Nathan Crosby; Boston: John P. Jewett And Company. 1859. Tr. By K. Mohler]
Myrtle Margaret Fisher Dowling
NOVA. The spirit of Mrs. M. Dowling winged its flight on Thursday morning, Dec. 23d, at about 4 o'clock. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. J. D. Lea at the M. E. Church on Sunday morning and were very largely attended. The deceased was aged 27 years, 11 months and 23 days and was a model of pure womanhood. An unusual sad feature in connection with her death comes from the fact that her husband has been on a sick bed with malarial fever at the home of his parents at Macedonia Depot and was unable to be present during her last days or to attend the funeral. [New London Record, Dec 30, 1847]
FAST, David, born 30 June 1836 Orange Twp., died 6 Jan at home in Nova, 76y6m6d, married Rebekah Bailey 3 Apr 1860, daughter Mrs. G.M. Phillips of Ruggles, buried Nova Cemetery, ELSEWHERE: placed in Nova Vault. [Ashland Times & Gazette, Jan 15, 1913]
Nancy Pumpus Beattie Fast
NOVA--Funeral services for Mrs. Nancy Fast, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Dell Baldwin, near Greenwich, on Wednesday, Oct. 1st, were held here at the U.B. Church on Friday at one o'clock. Rev. J.E. Hawes, pastor of the Baptist Church at Greenwich, officiated at the services. He was assisted by Rev. L.B. Dear of the local church. Just before the close of the ceremonies Rev. Hawes sang "My Mother's Way," proving himself to be a talented singer and moving many of the congregation to tears from recollections of the past. The remains were interred in the Nova cemetery beside her husband. A daughter from Michigan was unable to be present. Nancy J. Pumpus (sic) was born January 21, 1824, near Mansfield, Richland Co., O. She was married to Geo. Beattie in 1848. Mr. Beattie lived but a short time. To this union was born one daughter, Emmeline, now Mrs. Schuyler Weeks, of Michigan. She was married to Martin M. Fast, June 1, 1854. Mr. Fast died June 5, 1881. This union resulted in the birth of one daughter, Viola, wife of D. W. Baldwin. Mother Fast was aged 78 years, 8 months and 10 days. At the age of 17 she was left with the care of seven brothers and sisters of whom she was the oldest. She joined the Baptist Church at Savannah at an early age but after marrying Mr. Fast she joined the UB Church at this place. They lived on what is now the R.W. Krebs farm for many years. At the time of her death she was a member of the Baptist Church at New London, but on account of physical infirmities she was unable to attend services. Patient in tribulation she always remained a consistent Christian. She leaves two daughters, eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren, besides the children of Mr. Fast, Mrs. A.D. Stahl, Mrs. Melissa Strickland and David Jackson and Washington Fast, who regarded her as a mother. The friends from a distance partook of refreshments at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Stahl after the services. [Ashland Press, 8 Oct 1902]
Mrs. Levina Hartman, 82, widow of George Hartman, died today at the home of her daughter, Mrs, Joseph Freer, 373 Marion avenue. She was born Oct 30, 1850 in Ashland county, the daughter of Solomon and Rebecca Wertman. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Freer of Mansfield, and mrs. Laura Mechling of Dayton, two sons, J. F. Hartman of Mansfield and H. E. Hartman of Ashland, seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Her husband preceded her death 13 years ago. Mrs. Hartman was a former member of the Lutheran church of Ashland. The body is at the Heyl Funeral home, Ashland, where services will be held Monday at 2:30 p.m. Rev. A. H. Smith, pastor of the Ashland Lutheran church will officiate and burial will be made in Ashland cemetery. [Mansfield News- Journal, Oct 27, 1934]
Dies suddenly - Attack of Apoplexy Proves Fatal to Man of 62 Years.
Abraham Jalop, a well known citizen of Ashland, Ohio, died suddenly at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Kellogg, of two miles north of Caledonia, Monday morning at 6:30 o'clock. Demise was due to a stroke of apoplexy. The deceased was an old friend of the Kellogg family and came there to visit last Wednesday. He was apparently feeling fine throughout the visit and was preparing to return to Ashland, Monday. He was sitting beside the kitchen stove, when he fell back in his chair, gasping for breath. Dr. Baker, of Caledonia, was summonded, but the victim died before his arrival. Mr. Jalop had been suffering for several years. He was aged 62 years and was quite well known throughout this county. He was unmarried and leaves only a sister residing at Ashland. The remains will be transferred to Ashland, Monday afternoon, where funeral services and interment will take place Wednesday. [The Marion Daily Mirror. (Marion, Ohio), 20 Dec. 1909]
Willard Orange Hamilton Mory
Died, in Ashland, on Friday evening at 5 1/2 o'clock of measles, Willard Orange Hamilton, son of W.H. and Mary Mory, aged 1 year, 10 months and 7 days. [The Ashland Union. (Ashland, Ashland County, Ohio), 18 March 1857]
Emma S. Schreck
DIES AT HOME
Mrs. Emma Schreck, 60, Succumbs in Ashland County.
LATTASBURG -- Mrs. Emma S. Schreck, 60, died at her home north of here Thursday morning. Survivors include her husband, Harvey, a son, Floyd, of Ashtabula; five daughters, Mrs. Florence Camp of Red Haw, Mary Eileen of Cuyahoga Falls, Martha at home, Mrs. Mary Finley of south of New Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Helen Herr of Red Haw. Other survivors include five sisters, and a step-father, Adam Beach of Galion. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Red Haw church with Rev. A. B. Schuhm officiating. Burial will be made at Red Haw. [Mansfield News Journal, February 19, 1937 - Submitted by Jackie Schreck]
Melissa Fast Strickland
STRICKLAND, Malissia, nee FAST, born Troy Twp. Mar 1844, died Bank St. home 5 Dec, buried Nova Cemetery, 63y9m. [Dec 1907]
Wolf, John, M. D., Mohecanville, O., Feb. 17, ae. 30. He was born in Shippensburg, Cumberland Co., Pa., prosecuted his classical studies for some time at Pennsylvania College, and graduated at Cannonsburg, Pa., after which he completed his medical studies at one of the medical institutions of Philadelphia. As a successful practitioner he had few equals, and perhaps none superior of his age. [Source: "Annual Obituary Notices of Eminent Persons who have died in the United States for 1858" by Hon. Nathan Crosby; John P. Jewett and Co., pub. 1859.]
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