*Not a Complete Listing*
Athens - Walter W. Ackley, 56, coal operator at Athens state hospital, died from injuries received when his automobile was hit by a train.
[The Lima News and Times Democrat, Sep 9, 1921 - Sub by L. Dietz]
Mrs., wife of Daniel Ailes of Nelsonville, died on Saturday, from causes peculiar to maternity. The deceased, we learn, had been married but little over a year.
[The Athens Messenger, April 8, 1875]
DIED - at the residence of Samuel Stalder, near Guysville, O., on the 7th. inst. of consumption, Geo. W. Anderson in the 32nd year of his age. Funeral sermon by Rev. Wm. Bay of Coolville. Was buried by the order of Free Masons, of which he was a member.
[The Athens Messenger, Thursday, April 15, 1875]
James D. Ashton of Cannan township, well known to many of our citizens, died at this home near Harmony on Sunday about noon of typhoid fever. Mr. Ashton was an industrious man and an exemplary citizen. Only a few months ago he returned from Columbus where he was under the care of a surgeon for treatment of his eyes. He leaves a wife and one child. His funeral took place from Chark's Chapel on Monday and was largely attended by sympathizing friends.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, Oct. 4, 1894]