*Not a Complete Listing*
FOWLER - Died at their residence near Plymouth, Washington county, Ohio, on 1st day (Sunday), the 9th of last month, 1881, Sarah S. Fowler, in the 77th year of her age. She endured a protracted and painful illness of about two months with patience and resignation.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, January 27, 1881]
Mr. Harvey G. Frost died at his residence in Rome township, May 3rd, 1881.
[The Athens Messenger, July 4, 1878]
Mrs. Polly Frost died at ther residence near Coolville, Troy township, Feb. 9th, 1881, in her 87th year. She ranks as "one of the first settlers of Athens county", coming here from Massachusetts in 1797. Her father helped to erect the Barrow's grist mill a mile from the mouth of Federal Creek, the first mill of the kind in Athens county. When she came to our county there were but foot-paths between here and Athens, and the entire Hocking valley was covered by a dense forest, inhabited by panthers, bears, wolves and deer. Mrs. Frost was a very estimable woman, a good christian and withal, a devoted patroit. She had eight grandsons and one son in the Union army, the latter was starved to death at Andersonville prison, a victim of rebel barbarity.
[The Athens Messenger, February 17, 1881]
Mrs. Susan Frost died at her residence, near Frost station, on the 7th inst., aged nearly eighty-two years. Mrs. Frost was born near the mouth of Federal creek, this township, Dec. 27, 1800, and may well be classed as one of our old pioneers. Her husband, the late Herman Frost, Esq., was a soldier of the war of 1812. Her funeral was very largely attended, on Sunday, the 8th inst., as she was a woman who was noted for her consistent Christian character and charitable disposition.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, October 19, 1882]