Belmont County, Ohio
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Obituaries


Submitted by Cheryl Skinner unless otherwise noted.


Gadd, Adelbert T.Mrs. Eleanor Grier

Obit: DIED. GRIER.--At her residence in Bridgeport, on the ----inst., Mrs. Eleanor Grier, Mother of G. Ross Grier, aged 71 years, 9 months and 17 days. Although confined to her house, for months, by severe affliction, yet she bore it with Christian fortitude and patience, and died in the triumphs of a living faith in hope of a blissful immortality beyong the grave. Deceased had been a constant member of the Presbyterian Church for more than 35 years. In this dispensation of Providence, we are taught the importance of heeding the injunction of the Bible, Be ye also ready, for in such an hour as ye think not, the Son of Man cometh. Her son, G. Ross watched, by her bed side almost constantly during her last sickness. May we all so live as to be accounted worthy of a crown at last. D. E. Howell.

Newspaper: Belmont Chronicle (St. Clairsville, OH.)
Date: September 24, 1874


Gadd, Adelbert T. : Adelbert T. "Del" Gadd, 52 of Zanesville, died at 8:25 p.m. Friday Sep 22, 1995 at Good Samaritan Medical Center. Born July 15, 1943, in Zanesville, Mr. Gadd was a mortgage loan originator at Bank One, where he worked for 32 years. He was a member of the North Terrace Church of Christ, 342nd MP Army Reserve, Sertoma Club, Muskingum Valley Old Timers Association and was affiliated with the Board of Realtors. He was an umpire-in-chief for the 11th District Softball Association and served as treasurer of Y City Sports Inc. Survivors include his wife, Judith Ann " Judy" Sheppard Gadd, whom he married Aug 20, 1966; a daughter, Amy Linn Gadd of Zanesville; a son Brian Douglas Gadd of the home; and a brother Richard L. "Butch" Gadd of Zanesville. He was preceded in death by his parents, Ivan C. Gadd and Velma Jane Barnes Gadd; and a brother, Joseph Gadd. Calling hours will be 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday Sep 25, 1995 at Bolin Funeral Home and from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday Sept 26, 1995 at North Terrace Church of Christ. Services will be 1 p.m. Tuesday Sept 26, 1995 at the church with William Meaige officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park, where VFW George Selsam Post 1058 will conduct military services.

Gage, Mrs. Ada Smith : Mrs. Ada Smith Gage, 70, widow of Charles S. Gage, former real estate and insurance broker of nearby Byesville, died Saturday morning at her home on Seneca Ave. She had been in failing health for some time and suffered a heart attack Friday morning. Mrs. Gage was a member of the Main Ave. Methodist Church and a teacher in the Sunday School for 27 years. Surviving are two sons, John R. and James W., Byesville; three grandchildren, Gary and Gail, Stow, and Charles, Glouster; one sister, Mrs. Edith Woodford and a brother William Smith, both of Watertown. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Main Ave. Methodist Church, with Rev. F. A. Shiltz in charge. Burial will be made in Greenwood Cemetery. The body was taken to the Herlan Funeral Home where friends may view the remains until time for services at the church. [Times Recorder, 05 Jun 1944]

Gallagher, Charles F.: Charles F. Gallagher, 52, Oak View Nursing Home, St. Clairsville, formerly of Barnesville, died April 02, 1991 in the home. He was born July 2, 1938 in Barnesville, a son of the late Orville and Hilda Millison Gallagher. One sister, Jean Kinney, preceded him in death. Surviving are three brothers, Robert of Cleveland, Richard of Chicago, IL., and Scott of Bellaire; one sister, Bernice Gallagher of Martins Ferry; three stepsisters, Mary Lou Vinskovich of Barnesville, Rhonda Mauck of North Carolina and Marie Martin of Bellaire, Services and burial were held at the convenience of the family. Arrangements were made by Campbell-Plumly-Milburn Funeral Home, Barnesville. [Barnesville Enterprise, 10 Apr 1991 pg. 2]

Gallant, Leo: Rev. Leo J. Gallant, S.M., a widely-known preacher of missions and retreats for both religious and lay people throughout New England and eastern Canada, , died of bone cancer Friday in St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Brighton, after a long illness. He was 66. A native of Lawrence, he had been assigned by the Society of Mary to the home missions since 1981. He resided at Our Lady of the Assumption Parish in Chelsea. Father Gallant was preaching until two months ago, despite the myeloma he had for six years," Rev. Gerard Demers, his superior, said during an interview yesterday. His was a heroic character. He was a popular preacher," Father Demers said. "He would sometimes sing popular songs, and tie them in to his message . . . He was a gifted guy and a sincere priest and had a nice way of bringing out his message in his homilies. He was also known to many as a healing priest. He spoke of his cancer and made it part of his message on understanding pain and God's love, Father Demers said. Father Gallant was a graduate of St. Anne's School in Lawrence in 1934 and Lawrence High School in 1938. He graduated from Maryvale Seminary, Bedford, in 1942. He entered the Society of Mary on Sept 8, 1943, and was ordained in Framingham on Feb. 2, 1949. Father Gallant was active in the Depression-era Civilian Conservation Corps from 1938 until 1940. He studied at Marist College in Framingham from 1943 until 1949 and earned his master of education degree at Boston College in 1954. He did graduate studies at Boston University, Catholic University in Washington, D.C., the University of Detroit and at Wayne State University, also in Detroit. He taught at St. Mary's High School in Van Buren, Maine, from 1949 until 1958 and at Notre Dame High School, Harper Woods, Mich., from 1958 until 1966. Father Gallant was a former pastoral assistant at the Sacred Heart Parish in Lawrence and at Our Lady of Victories Church in Boston. He also was a former chaplain of the Marist Brothers at Marist College, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. He leaves his mother, Catherine (Poirier) Gallant of Lawrence, and two sisters, Lorraine Marotte and Mildred Jesses, both of Lawrence.
His remains will lie in state Monday, Sept. 15, in St. Anne's Church, Lawrence, from 2-9 p.m. A funeral Mass will be said Tuesday, Sept. 16, at 11 a.m. in St. Anne's Church. Burial will be in Sacred Heart Cemetery, Lawrence. [Boston Globe, 14 Sep 1986]

Gander, Mrs. Huldah : Mrs.Huldah Gander, 94, died at 4:30 a.m. Sunday Dec 7 1975 at her home in Pleasant City following a lengthy illness. She was born in Pleasant City Aug 21, 1881. Her husband, Harrison R,. Gander, died in 1963. Surviving are three sons, Clifford Gander of St. Petersburg, FL., Hubert Gander of Newark and A. T. Gander of Pleasant City; one daughter, Mrs. David (Frances) Culbertson of Cambridge; and one brother, Ernest Secrest of Pleasant City. Mrs. Gander was a member of Pleasant City Methodist Church. Friends were received at the Scott Funeral Home in Cambridge. Services were held at 1 p.m. Tuesday from the Pleasant City United Methodist Church and interment made in Pleasant City Cemetery. [Journal, 11 Dec 1975 pg. 2]

Gardner, Beatrice: Dr. Beatrice R. (Kershaw) Gardner, a child psychiatrist and pediatrician who operated the Well Baby Clinics in Belmont and Boston for many years, died Sunday in Jordan Hospital in Plymouth after a long illness. She was 84. A former Belmont resident, Dr. Gardner was Belmont school physician for many years and ran the Well Baby Clinic in that town for four decades. She also was director of the James Jackson Putnam Center in Roxbury, also a child care clinic, and she was a public school psychiatrist in Newton for many years. Dr. Gardner was on the staff of the Beaver Brook Clinic and McLean Hospital, and she was a consultant at Children's Hospital Medical Center in Boston. A Warwick, R.I., native, she was a graduate of Pembroke College at Brown University in 1922, and in 1935 earned a medical degree at Boston University School of Medicine. She did her surgical residency at Massachusetts General Hospital, her residency in child psychiatry at Boston City Hospital and at the former Boston Women's Hospital, and her residency in pediatrics at Children's Hospital Medical Center, where she also was a consultant.
She leaves two daughters, Mary Gardner of Baltimore and Ruth Gardner Lamere of Duxbury; and five grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18, in St. John the Evangelist Church. Burial will be in Mayflower Cemetery. [Boston Globe, 16 Oct 1986]

Gardner, Mildred A. : Mildred A. Gardner, age 80, of Caldwell, Ohio died Friday evening (4/2/2004)at Southeastern Ohio Regional Medical Center in Cambridge. She was born 2/12/1924 in Warren Township, Macomb County, Michigan, a daughter of the late Clarence & Sophia M. Brahler Callahan. She was a graduate of Dexter City High School; a homemaker and a member of St. Stephen Catholic Church in Caldwell. In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband Robert Cooper Gardner whom she married 7/23/1948 and who died 4/13/1989; a daughter Deborah A. Hemminger who died 3/18/1994; Albert & Agnes Crock by whom she raised; 3 brothers Clarence, Claude & Clyde Callahan and 1 sister Catherine Dowling. Surviving is a granddaughter Shannon Lea Hemminger; a son-in-law Gene Hemminger both of Coshocton; a sister-in-law Mary Lou (George) Vaughn of Caldwell; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the McVay-Perkins Funeral Home on Monday (4/5/2004) from 2-4 & 7-9 pm where Christian Scripture Services will be held at 8:30 pm. Funeral Mass with Liturgy will be celebrated on Tuesday (4/6/2004) at 10 am at St. Stephen Catholic Church in Caldwell with Fr. Dale Tornes as celebrant. Burial will follow at Dudley Cemetery.

Gardner, Mrs. Nevada : Mrs. Nevada Gardner, 63, prominent Monroe County woman, passed away Monday morning at her late residence on Pleasant Ridge. Survivors include her husband J. M. Gardner, four Children: Mrs. Grethen Winland, Canal Winchester; Mrs. Gladys Crum and J. R. Gardner of the Home; W. P. Gardner, Stafford, OH. There are seven grandchildren and three brothers and three sisters: Forrest Mobberley, Wheeling, William Mobberley, Canada; Elmer Mobberley, Sycamore Valley; Mrs. Lydia Anderson, Graysville; Mrs. Jane Keller, Medina; Mrs. Belle Miller, Harlem ND. The remains were taken to the late residence Monday evening. Mrs. Gardner, a life resident of the county, came from a prominent family. A member of the Pleasant Ridge Church of Christ and was interested in all church affairs. She was a fine neighbor. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon with brief services in the late residence at one o'clock. Followed by additional services in the Pleasant Ridge Church of Christ. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. [Times Recorder, 29 Feb 1944]

Garrett, Jeanette: Jeanette Garrett,73, Westerville, died Monday, Feb 8, 1993 at Kobacker House. She was a retired teacher, member of Central College Presbyterian Church, Mizpah Chapter Order of Eastern Star and Westerville Women's Music Club. She was preceded in death by her husband Garth Garrett. Surviving are a son Philip Garrett of Strongsville; two daughters, Sue Nagy, Toledo and Carol Smith, Westerville; six grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; one sister, Betty Lortz of Gahanna. Friends were received at Hill Funeral Home, Westerville, Graveside services were held Thursday at Ebenezer Baptist Cemetery, Bethesda. Memorial services were held Thursday at Central College Presbyterian Church with Rev. Richard Ellsworth officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to the Columbus Cancer Clinic or Hospice of Riverside. [Barnesville Enterprise, pg. 2, 17 Feb 1993]

Gartrell, Samuel : Samuel Gartrell, 68, of the Newark Rd., was found dead in bed at his home about 6 o'clock Wednesday morning. He had been in his usual health the night before, and Coroner S. S. Daw said he had suffered a heart attack during the night. Mr. Gartrell was born in Cornwall, England, but had lived in this vicinity for several years. Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. R. L. Sonteburner of Belle Street; Mrs. Emma Cole, Turner Street, and Mrs. Ethel Van Dorn of Portland Ore. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Bateman Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. C. R. Lee, pastor of the South Zanesville Nazarene Church officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral home. [Times Recorder, 13 May 1943, pg. 5]

Garnes, Grant : Funeral services for Grant Garnes, prominent West Main St. resident will be conducted fro the Campbell Funeral Chapel on North Chestnut St. Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with the Rev. Byron Evans of the First Presbyterian Church officiating. Burial is to be made in the Crestview Memorial Park. [The Times Recorder, 27 Jun 1944]

Garvin, Louise Krouskoupf: Louise Krouskoupf Garvin, 72, of 2128 Wilmer St., died at 1:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 15, 1987, at her residence. A member of Immanuel United Church of Christ, she was born April 11, 1915, in Zanesville, daughter of Arthur and Paulina Ayasse Krouskoupf. She was a life-long resident of the area. Surviving are a son, Jeffrey Gibbs of the home; a brother, Herman Krouskoupf of Zanesville; a sister, Olive Stemm of Zanesville; one grandchild and one great-grandchildren. Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at Bolin Funeral Home, where services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday. Dr. Louis Dorsch will officiate and burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery. [Zanesville Times Recorder]

Garvin, Paul E.: Paul E. Garvin, 52, of 22 Hickory St., South Zanesville, died at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 29, 1986, in Bethesda Hospital following a brief illness. Mr. Garvin, a lifetime resident of the Zanesville area, was a 25 years employee in the maintenance department of Ohio Ferro Alloys Corp. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II and was a member of New Life Temple, where he served as an elder. He was born August 12, 1933, in Zanesville, a son of Louise Krouskoupf Garvin of 2128 Wilmer St and the late Raymond Garvin. In addition to his mother, his survived by his wife, Reba Huey Garvin; three daughters, Mrs. Stephen {Debra} Huff of Columbus, Mrs. Danny {Tina} James of Zanesville and Mrs. Victoria Stanfill of Morgantown, W. Va.; one brother, Jeffery Gibbs of St. Louis, Mo; and six grandchildren. Friends may call 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today and Sunday at Bolin funeral Home. Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at New Life Temple with Pastor Chuck Travis officiating. Friends may call one hour prior to the service at New Life Temple. Burial will be in Memorial Park where Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1058 will conduct military services. [Zanesville Times Recorder, 31 May 1986]

Geyer, Mrs. Theresa : Funeral services for Mrs. Theresa Geyer, 58, of Eastman St., who died early Thursday morning in Good Samaritan Hospital following a brief illness, will be held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock from St. Nicholas Catholic Church with burial in Mt. Olives. Mrs. Geyer had been a patient at the hospital about 10 days. She was a member of St. Nicholas Church and the Altar Society. Surviving are five Daughters, Mrs. J. C. Sams, of Sonora; Sister M. Thomas Aquin of Manitowoc, Wis., Mildred and Jeanne Geyer, of the home, and Mrs. Mary Hammer of Akron; Two sons, Richard Geyer of Adamsville Rd. and Bernard Geyer, U. S. Army Air Corps, stationed in China; three brothers, Stanley Kinskey, basketball coach at St. Thomas High School; Frank Kinskey of Portsmouth and Oscar Kinskey of Newport, KY., two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Kain of Chandlersville and Sister Aquinas of Ironwood, Mich. The body was removed to the Keck Funeral Home and will be taken to the residence Friday morning. [Times Recorder, 16 Jun 1944]

Gibbons, Celia A. : Funeral services for Mrs. Celia A. Gibbons, 65, of near Sonora who died Sunday afternoon at Bethesda Hospital following a year's illness, will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church near Sonora. Rev. Charles Bay, pastor of Washington Township Baptist Church, will officiate and burial will be in the church cemetery. The body will remain at the Dean Funeral Home until time for removal to the church. Times Recorder, 22 Oct 1940

Gibbons, James Robert : James R. Gibbons, 73, a resident of Hendrysburg, died in Barnesville Hospital Thursday evening, Feb. 18, 1982. He was born Dec 18, 1908 at Brownsville, PA., son of the late Robert and Anna Morris Gibbons. He was a member of the Hendrysburg United Methodist Church and a veteran of World War II. He was preceded in death by four sisters. Surviving are his wife, Vera Gill Gibbons; one daughter, Mrs. Ted (Jeanne) Spears, Tarpon Springs FL.; three sisters, Mrs. Virgil (Vera) Gray, Mrs. Harold (Auddie) Cunard and Mrs. Robert (Jeanne) Harris , all of Barnesville, two grandchildren. Services were held Monday at the Campbell- Plumly Funeral Home with the Rev. James Porter officiating. Burial was made in the Hope Cemetery, Hendrysburg. [Barnesville Enterprise, February 1982.]

Gibbons, Lillian C.: Services will be 2 p.m. Friday at Campbell-Plumly-Milburn Funeral Home, Barnesville, for Lillian C. Gibbons, 93, of Dover, formerly of East Sparta, who died Monday 15 Dec 2003 at Hennis Care Center in Dover. Brother Lowell Markins will officiate. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery. Friends may call from 1 to 3 and 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. She was born 05 Aug 1910, in Fairview, daughter of the late William G. and Rosella Cole. She was preceded in death by her husband, Earl L. Gibbons; two brothers, Guy and Raymond Cole; and a sister, Elsie Cole. She leaves two sons, Marvin D. (Ilona) Gibbons and Melvin E. (Toni) Gibbons of E. Sparta; 10 grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. [Daily Jeffersonian, 17 Dec 2003, pg. A-6]

Gibson, Charles R. : Charles R. Gibson, 76, retired Caldwell businessman and former Noble County auditor, died Sunday evening at 8:00 o'clock at the family home on West Main Street. He had been in failing health for some time and his condition had been serious since last Thursday. Mr. Gibson had served as president of the Summerfield National for several years until it was closed and had served two terms as auditor of Noble County. He was also affiliated with the Summerfield Masonic Lodge for many years and at the time of his death. Mr. Gibson was twice married. His first wife, Mrs. Emma Reed Gibson, died in 1923. A few years later he married to Miss Jane Smith of Caldwell, who preceded him in death on February 15, 1945. Three sons and two daughters by a former marriage survive. They are Richard Gibson of Marietta, George Gibson of Columbus, Ralph Gibson of Jacksonville FL., Mrs. Ben Floyd of Warren OH., and Mrs. Walter Douglass of the home. A grandson, 1st. Lt. Jack Gibson is serving with the armed forces overseas. Two surviving brothers are Rev. George Gibson of Canfield, OH., Harry Gibson who resides in Florida. The body was returned to the home on West Main Street, Monday evening from the McVay-Schilling Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held at the home this afternoon at 2:00 with Rev. Virgil C. Jump officiating, followed by burial in Olive Cemetery.[Times Recorder, 08 May 1945]

Gibson, Rodney O. : Rodney O. Gibson, 49, near Quaker City, died Friday at the Ohio Valley General Hospital, Wheeling, WV. Mr. Gibson was a well known farmer and had served in the A. E. F. during the World War. He was a member of the Quaker City Methodist Church and the Masonic and Eastern Star Lodges. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Esther Gibson and two brothers, Ralph Gibson, Del Ray, Calif., and Guy Gibson, Kerman, Calif. Funeral services were held at 1:30, Sunday afternoon at the home. Burial was made in Friend's Cemetery, Quaker City. [Journal, 22 May 1941 pg. 4]

Gibbs, George Edward : George Edward Gibbs, 69, of Woodruff, SC., formerly of Portsmouth, died Wednesday of an apparent heart attack while golfing. A native of Portsmouth and a retired supervisor for Jeffrey Mfg. Co., a division of Dresser Industries, he was a Mason and a member of Emma Gray United Methodist Church at Woodruff. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Hattie Gable Gibbs; a son, Edward of Toledo and three sisters, Mrs. Pauline Fisher of Portsmouth, Mrs. Clara Bolles of Los Angeles CA., and Mrs. Ruth Steinhauer of Catarina, TX. Graveside services are planned at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Greenlawn Cemetery, with Rev. Ray O. Johnson officiating. Friends may call at Windel-Howland & Brant Funeral Home from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday.

Gibson, Ruth E.: Ruth E. Gibson, died Sunday June 30, 1968 at her home in Los Angeles, California. She was born in Barnesville, April 5, 1013, a daughter of the late James T. and Mary Slevin Gibson. Surviving are four sisters, Mrs. Isabelle Miles and Mrs. Margaret Milhoan, both of Barnesville, Mrs. Sarah Trimmer of Cadiz, Mrs. Eleanor Zelick of Hollywood, New Mexico and one brother, Joseph Gibson of Barnesville. The Rosary was recited at 7:30 p.m., July 5th at 9 a.m. in St. Brendans Church with the Reverend Father Lichtle as celebrant. Burial was made in Holly Cross Cemetery, Los Angeles, California. [Barnesville Enterprise, 11 Jul 1968]

Gifford, Brandi M. : Brandi M. Gifford, 17, Caldwell died Sunday July 28, 1996 at Good Samaritan Medical Center in Zanesville of injuries sustained in an automobile. accident. Born Feb 17, 1979 in Cambridge, she was a senior at Caldwell High School where she played on the girls varsity volleyball, basketball and track teams. She was also a member of the Caldwell High School Choir and sang the National Anthem for all Caldwell boys basketball games. She was a former member of the Caldwell High School Band; served as Student Council president; and during her freshman year was selected Freshman Homecoming Attendant. She was active in T.O.Y.S. and S.T.Y.L.E., and was registered with Pottawatomie Indian Reservation in Mayetta Kan. Surviving are her parents, John D. Gifford of Cambridge and Cheryl J. Cross of Caldwell; her stepmother, Sandra S. Gifford of Cambridge; her stepfather, Mark Barnes of Caldwell; maternal grandmother Mildred Racey of Caldwell; step grandmother, Romona Barnes of Caldwell; paternal grandfather Evart Gifford of Cambridge; step grandmother, Sue C. Beros of Cambridge; several aunts, uncles and cousins. Calling hours will be from 2 to 9 p.m. Tuesday July 30, 1996, at McVay-Perkins Funeral Home, Caldwell. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday July 31, 1996 at First Presbyterian Church Caldwell, with the Rev. Ken Hyland, Rev. Susan Hyland and Evangelist Robert Vincent officiating. Burial will be in Olive Cemetery in Caldwell.

Gill, James : The death of James Gill, a highly esteemed resident of Bethesda, occurred at his home Friday evening, following several weeks illness of heart malady.
Mr. Gill was a son of James and Nora Keene Gill, who came to this country from Ireland in 1866, and he is survived by one brother and one sister; Anthony and Margaret Gill, Bethesda.
Funeral service was held in the Barnesville Church of the Assumption Monday morning, Father M. W. Sullivan conducting requiem high mass, and burial was made in the Barnesville Catholic Cemetery. [14 Jan 1937]

Gill, Mr. John B. : The body of John B. Gill, East Cambridge, who died Monday at St. Francis Hospital was interred in Northwood Cemetery following funeral services at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at East Cambridge Methodist Church with the pastor Rev. Edwin Eshelman, in charge. [Jeffersonian, 18 Mar 1942 pg. 5]

Gill, Leatha: Leatha Lucas Gill, 77, Bethesda, died Monday evening Barnesville Hospital, She was born May 24, 1913 near Bethesda, a daughter of the late Clauson and Myrtle King Lucas. She was a Protestant. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harry Louis Gill and five brothers and sisters. Surviving are a son Harry Eugene Gill of Bethesda; two sisters, Ruth Carpenter of Barnesville and Wilma Keyser of New Athens; three grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, where services will be held Friday at 11 a.m., with the Rev. Tom Detling officiating. Burial follows in Bethesda Methodist Cemetery. [Times Leader, 1991]

Gilleard, Lovetra Fagerland: Lovetra Fagerland Gilleard, 84, died Jan. 4, 1997. She was born in Kalispell on April 4, 1912. She was the oldest of six siblings. She married Elmer Fagerland in 1933. They and their two sons, Elmer Jr. and Bill moved to Cut Bank in 1941. Elmer Sr. died in 1961. She then married Dr. Ray Gilleard of Columbia Falls in 1963. He also preceded her in death. She is survived by her sons, Elmer and Bill Fagerland, their wives and children; siblings June Richter, Billie Hansen and Rev. Wanda Christofferson, brother Jack McGlothlin and their spouses. She was preceded in death by brothers Rex and Morris McGlothlin. She was a longtime member of the Cut Bank Assembly of God Church and, more recently, the Columbia Falls Assembly of God Church.

Gilleard, Ray A.: Funeral services for Ray A. Gilleard, former Columbia Falls resident, are Sturday in teh Columbia Falls Assembly of God Church. Mr. Gilleard died Jan 10, 1993 in Seattle Washington. He was born June 27, 1906 in Henry County, Iowa to Fred and Blanche Gilleard. He received his education in South East Iowa. In 1927, he came west and worked as a brakeman for the Great Northern Railroad in 1927 and 1928. He married Bessie Brown in January 1932. She died in 1962. In 1936, he came to Montana where he worked on ranches in the Great Falls area and as a mule skinner along the Missouri River. During WWII, he served with the US Marine Corps. He attended chiropractic college in 1946, graduating in 1949. In 1952, he settled in Columbia Falls and opened his own practice. In 1963, he married Lovetra Fagerland. He continued his practice until 1988 when he semi-retired and continued giving treatments out of his home. He was also a member of various community organizations. He is survived by his wife Lovetra, stepsons Elmer and Bill Fagerland, stepdaughter Dorothy Parks, brother Clay, half-brother John Hand, half-sister Dot Breen; and five step-grandchildren. Burial will follow services in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Gillian, Jean Elizabeth: Mrs. Jean Elizabeth Gillian 52 of Pomeroy OH formerly of Charleston, WV. died in Pomeroy Thursday after a short illness. Survivors, daughter Mrs. Carolyn Fouty of Charleston, WV. sisters Mrs. Ruby Alfred of So. Charleston, WV and Mrs. Madeline Fernett, address unknown: brothers Curtis B Kirk of Staunton, VA. Edward Kirk and Carl Kirk of Charleston. funeral held Saturday at 1 pm at the Ewing Funeral Home in Pomeroy. [Charleston Daily Mail, 11 Jun 1971]

Gilliland, Warren P. : Warren P. Gilliland, 71, of Portsmouth, died Friday at Mercy Hospital. A native of Scioto County, he was a retired employee of Goodyear Atomic Corp., attended Temple Baptist Church and was active in local bowling leagues until his illness. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Donna Hiles Gilliland; a stepson, William R. Yost; a sister, Mrs. Clifford (Thelma) Maynard of Sciotodale, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral service is to be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Daehler Funeral Home, with the Rev. John Gowdy officiating and interment in Memorial Burial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday and Monday. [18 Jan 1985.]

Girga, Frank C.: Frank C. (Whistle) Girga, 85, RD 2, Dillonvale, died Thursday at home. He was born Feb 16, 1904 at Dillonvale, son of the late George and Mary Benjas Girga. He was a retired employee of Y & O Coal Co. and a member of St. Adalbert Catholic Church, Dillonvale, and United Mine Workers. He was preceded in death ba a brother, Steve; a sister, Annie Sustak. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Adolph (Mary Alice) Oleksiak of Dillonvale, JoAnn Garland of Port Orange, FL., and Carolyn J. Kreiger of Dillonvale; 10 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Friends received 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Wilson Funeral Home Dillonvale. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Adalbert Catholic Church with the Rev, Carl Borosh the celebrant. Burial will be in St. Adalbert Cemetery. Rosary devotions at 7 p.m. today, in the funeral home. [Times Leader, 22 Sep 1989 pg. 6]

Glaub, Lewis : Funeral services for Lewis Glaub, 79, of South Zanesville, will be held at 9:00 Tuesday morning at St. Nicholas Catholic Church. Burial will be in Mt. Olives Cemetery. Mr. Glaub died Saturday afternoon at Good Samaritan Hospital following a long illness of complications. He was admitted the hospital Nov. 18. A native of Marietta, he spent the past 40 years in Muskingum County. He was a member of St. Nicholas Church and the Columbian association. He was formerly employed by the American Rolling Mill Company. Surviving are one sisters Mrs. Anna Kern of Marietta; a nephew Herman Gluab of Norval Park and a niece Mrs. Anna Kohler of South Zanesville. The body was removed to the Keck Funeral Home and will remain there until time for the services. [Times Recorder, 08 Dec 1941 pg. 3]

Goings, Catherine: Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine Goings, 74, of Kendall Ave., are to be conducted at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Mary's Church. Mrs. Goings had made a trip to Dayton to visit a son, Tom Goings, for Mother's Day and suffered a heart attack while visiting there. She was a life-long member of St. Mary's Church and its Altar and Rosary Society. She was the widow of Aldis Edward Goings, who died in 1943. Surviving besides the son with whom she was visiting are six other sons. Jack of Miamisburg, Paul of Lucasville, Frederick of Canton, Richard 1127 22nd St., Cpl. Raymond Goings, with the Army in Germany and Norman of California; three daughters, Miss Catherine Goings of California, Mrs. Helen Greene of Dayton, and Mrs. Martha Juric of California and three sisters, Mrs. Helen Ginn of Ironton, Mrs. Norman Harvey of Dayton, and Mrs. Edward Moone of Wisconsin. Rev. Charles Jones is to officiate at the services and burial is to be in Greenlawn Cemetery under direction of Mart Glynn Funeral Home. Recitation of the rosary is to be at 7:30 tonight at the funeral home where friends may call.

Goings, Richard E. : Richard E. Goings, 54, of Lucasville was dead on arrival Tuesday at Mercy Hospital after and apparent heart attack. A native of Wheelersburg and a member of Holy Redeemer Catholic Church and James Dickey Post American Legion, he was a World War II Army veteran. Goings was employed at Save-a-Mint Market. Survivors include his wife, Betty Collins Goings; tow daughters, Mrs. Karen Roberts of Ft. Lee, VA and Suanne Going of Los Vegas, NV.; five brothers, Paul of Grove City, James of Canton, Raymond of Lansing KY, Thomas of Miamisburg and Norman of Park City, UT; two sisters, Mrs. Katherine Walker of San Francisco, CA, and Mrs. Martha Juric of Chula Vista, CA, and three grandchildren. Services are to be Friday at 10 a.m. at the church with Msgr. Hubert Rubeck officiating and burial in Greenlawn Cemetery. Friends may call at Melcher Funeral Home from 7 to 9 tonight, and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Recitation of the rosary is planned Thursday at 8 p.m. at the funeral home, and military graveside rites are to be conducted by the Post American Legion.

Goodnight, Jaye Susan : Jaye Susan Goodnight, died Tuesday February 27, 2001. Beloved wife of Harlan T. Goodnight; mother of Kenneth G. Goodnight and Matthew T. Goodnight; grandmother of Trevor J. Goodnight; sister of Randall P. Guiler and Melissa Guiler-Clark. Relatives and Friends may call at the Borgwardt Funeral Home, Beltsville MD, on Thursday March 1 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Interment private. [Washington Post, 28 Feb 2001]

Goodwell, Jerry : C. M. Goodwill, of Macksburg, was called to Corning last week by the death of his brother, Jerry Goodwill. The deceased was born at Macksburg in 1861, moving to Corning about fifty years ago where he was employed as an oil well driller. Death followed a stroke six weeks ago. Surviving are seven daughters, four sons, seventeen grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the home of a son. C. M. Goodwill, and burial was made at Millerstown. C. M. Goodwill, Miss L. Goodwill , John Hutchins and Mrs. E. E. Blake of Dudley attended the funeral. [The Journal, 28 Nov 1940]

Gordon, Fred : Fred Gordon, 64, of Sarahsville Route, died Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at the Guernsey Memorial Hospital, Cambridge. Death was due to a heart condition. He was born near Sharon to Willis and Mary Russell Gordon on June 22, 1893. He was married to Clara King April, 1921, who preceded him in death three years ago today, June 11. He married again in October, 1955, to Helen Spence who survives in addition to eight children; Mrs. Marcella Parson of Sarahsville route; Mrs. Wilda Hughes of Canton; Mrs. Alma Lee of Harriettsville; Mrs. Ruth Fogle and Mrs. Sula Johnson of Caldwell; Floyd of the U.S. Navy; Carroll and Lola of the home. There are 11 grandchildren; two brothers, Jesse Gordon of Summerfield, Ode Gordon of Los Angeles, CA and one sister, Mrs. Minnie Poling of Akron. Two daughters are deceased. He was a veteran of World War I and a member of the DAV Summerfield Legion and of the East Union Methodist Church. The body will be removed from the McVay Funeral Home Thursday afternoon to the family home. Services will be held at the East Union Methodist Church Friday June 13 at 1:30 p.m., with the Rev. James L. Mason pastor of the Caldwell Free Methodist Church. Burial will be made at the East Union Cemetery.

Gordon, Jesse J. : Jesse J. Gordon. 82, near Summerfield, died at 5:50 p.m. Tuesday Sep 24, 1968 at Cambridge Hospital following a brief illness. A retired farmer, he was born July 8, 1886 in Morgan County, the son of Clement and Mary Russell Gordon and spent most of his lifetime in Noble County. Mr. Gordon leaves his wife, the former Myrtle King; four sons, Herman of Sarahsville, Willard of Caldwell, James, Zanesville and Lloyd of Summerfield; three daughters, Mrs. Cleo Hutchins, Caldwell, Mrs. Mary Hayes, Caldwell and Mrs. Helen Bates, Zanesville; 15 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Minnie Poling, Akron. Two sons are deceased. Friends may call at the McVay Funeral Home from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Friday at the funeral home with Rev. James Mason officiating. Burial will be in the East Union Cemetery.

Gordon, Martin Ode : Martin Ode Gordon, 80, of Zanesville, a native of Noble County and retired construction worker, died at 8:55 a.m. Monday Dec 4 at Bethesda hospital where he had been a patient two weeks following a stroke. He was born Sep 17, 1887, at Rich Valley in this county, a son of Willis and Mary Russell Gordon. Mr. Gordon formerly lived at Los Angeles, CA. for 17 years and returned to Zanesville five years ago following his retirement. He Attended First Free Methodist church in Zanesville. He is survived by his widow, Clara Alice Phelps Gordon; two sons, Willis of Lincoln, Nebraska, and Frederick of Los Angeles, CA.; two daughters, Miss Mabel Gordon of Caldwell and Mrs. Lucille Geary of Lincoln, Nebraska; a brother, Jesse Gordon of Summerfield; a sister, Mrs. Minnie Poling of Akron; in addition to eight grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Three brothers and one sister are deceased, including Fred, Ben and Sullivan Gordon and Nina Williams. The body was removed to the Arthur Bryan Funeral Home on Maple Ave. where services were held Thursday Dec 7 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev, James Mason, formerly of Caldwell and pastor of the Clover Street church officiating, assisted by the Rev. Donald W. Allen of the Caldwell Church of Christ. Burial was made in the Greenwood Cemetery, Zanesville. [Journal-Leader]

Gordon, Myrtle : Myrtle Gordon, 94, of Summerfield Route 1, died Sunday Oct 6, 1985 in Good Samaritan Medical Center in Zanesville. She was born May 10, 1891 in Noble County to Jacob and Edith Moore King, She was a Free Methodist by faith. She is survived by three sons. Herman of Summerfield and James and Lloyd of Zanesville; three daughters, Mrs. Cleo Hutchins of Caldwell Route 2; Mary Larson of Caldwell; and Mrs. Dighton (Helen) Bates of Zanesville; 17 grandchildren; 49 great-grandchildren; and 23 great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jesse J. Gordon in 1968; and three sons. Services were held Wednesday at McVay Funeral Home. Friends called Tuesday at the funeral home. [Journal-Leader]

Gordon, Richard A. : The U.S. Army Transport Cardinal O'Connell docked Friday at the San Francisco port of embarkation, with 2,024 bodies of veteran from the South Pacific, including that of Technician Fifth Grade Richard A. Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gordon of Summerfield Route 1. The McVay-Schilling Funeral Home, Caldwell, has been notified by the Columbus depot that they will be immediately informed when the body arrives in Columbus. It is expected now that full military rites will be held the middle of next week. The body of the Noble County Veteran, who was killed in India, while working on the famous Burma Road, was one of 109 from the State of Ohio. Richard Gordon was born November 13, 1919, a son of J. J. and Myrtle C. King Gordon. He spent his early life in the Summerfield community and graduated from high school there. He enlisted in the U.S. Army, April 13, 1941, and was assigned to the 330th Engineer Corps, Co. C. He went overseas to India in Dec 1943, and was killed in action a few weeks later on January 13, 1944. By strange coincident, the veteran was born on the 13th, enlisted on the 13th, and killed on the 13th. Surviving are his parents of Summerfield Route1 and four brothers, Willard Gordon of Summerfield, James Gordon of Zanesville, Herman Gordon of Summerfield and Lloyd Gordon of the home. There are three sisters, including Mrs. Cleo Hutchins of Caldwell, wife of Elvin Hutchins, Helen Bates of Zanesville and Mary Moore of the Summerfield community. Mrs. Edith King, also of the Summerfield community is the only living grandmother. Full military rites will be held for the repatriated veteran with the Summerfield American Legion Post aided by members of the Caldwell patriotic organizations. Services will be held from the Summerfield Methodist Church with Rev. Clair Gray of Chandlersville officiating. Interment will be in charge of the McVay-Schilling Funeral Home at the cemetery in East Union. [Journal-Leader]

Gordon, William : William Gordon, 93, of Caldwell, died at 10:40 a.m. Monday in Bethesda Hospital. He was born Feb. 22, 1883 in Noble County. His wife, the former Victoria Watson, died in 1973. Surviving are a son, Stewart Gordon of Caldwell; a daughter, Mrs. Georgia Belle Guiler of Washington DC; five grandchildren. Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at McVay Funeral Home in Caldwell where services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in Olive Cemetery. [Journal, 05 Jul 1976]

Gordon, William S. : William Stewart Gordon, 59, of Caldwell, died Thursday at Bethesda Hospital following a long illness. A Parts man for Caldwell Motor Co., Mr. Gordon was born April 12, 1919 in Dexter City , a son of William and Victoria Watson Gordon. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church at Caldwell and the Caldwell Odd Fellows Lodge. Mr. Gordon was a World War II Veteran, having served in the India and Burma campaigns. Surviving are his wife Betty Young Gordon; two daughters, Mrs. Alice Farley of Sarahsville and Mrs. Jean Peterson of Lowell; four grandchildren and a sister Mrs. Georgia Belle Guiler of University Park MD. Friends may call anytime Saturday at McVay Funeral Home at Caldwell where the family will be present from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. The service will be held at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home with Rev. Philip Carl officiating. Burial will be in Olive Cemetery. [Journal, Nov 1978]

Graham, Charles Wilgus : Funeral services for Charles Wilgus Graham,74, who died Tuesday night at his home on N. 13th Street, will be conducted Thursday at 2 p.m. at the McMillen Funeral Home on East Wheeling Ave. Rev. W. D. Heaston, pastor of the First Methodist Church will be in charge and burial will be made in Kimbolton Cemetery. Mr. Graham had been seriously ill the past two weeks and had been ailing the last two years. He had been a resident of this city for the last 30 years and was employed as a carpenter at the Gregg Box factory. The deceased moved here from Kimbolton and was a member of the First Methodist Church. His wife preceded him in death six years ago. Surviving are one son, Charles Jr., Canton; one daughter, Mrs. Ray Van Dyne, Cambridge; one sister, Mrs. Sarah Clark, Columbus; one step-sister, Mrs. Zoe Taggart, Cambridge and six grandchildren. One daughter is deceased. [Times Recorder, 19 Feb 1942 pg. 2]

Graham, Jesse F. : Jesse F. Graham, 67, prominent farmer of southwest of Batesville, was found dead from a gunshot wounds about 100 yards from his home Monday morning at 2 o'clock. Mr. Graham had gone into the woods Sunday afternoon to kill hawks. When he did not return home a searching party was organized. It is believed that his gun was accidentally discharged as he was going through a fence near the Church of Christ. Surviving the deceased are his wife, Sarah Depew Graham; three children, Virgil L. Graham of Zanesville, Lillian Graham of the home and Mrs. Carrie Gallagher of Cambridge; three brothers, Samuel and Clyde Graham of Summerfield; Henry Graham of Caldwell; two sisters, Mrs. Harley Bates of near Summerfield and Mrs. Emma Christopher of Niles, Ohio. One child is deceased. Funeral services will be held from the Palestine Church Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock with Rev. James Gallagher officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. The body is at the Eberle Funeral Home in Quaker City and will be returned to the family residence Tuesday morning. [Times Recorder, 29 Feb 1944]

Graham, Olive Ethel: Olive Ethel Graham, died suddenly Sunday morning, July 7, 1968 at the home of her sister, Mrs. Blanche Marmie, of Bethesda. She was born at Navada, Ohio on November 16, 1893, a daughter of the late Francis Malvern and Birdie Brown Giesey. Mrs. Graham was a member of the Ebenezer United Methodist Church at Mt. Vernon and a member of the D of A Lodge in Barnesville. Surviving are one son, Vernon F. Graham of Mt. Vernon, three sisters Mrs. Blanche Marmie, Mrs. Minnie Miller and Mrs. Bert Powell of Barnesville, and one brother, Kenneth Giesey of Johnstown, Ohio. Preceding her in death were her husband, Clarence Vernon Graham in 1957 and one brother, Beryl Giesey in January of 1968. Friends were received at the Campbell Funeral Home where final rites were held with the Rev. Roy Hilliard officiating. Interment was made in Crestview Cemetery, Barnesville, Ohio. [Barnesville Enterprise, 11 Jul 1968]

Graham, William I. : William I. Graham, 76, formerly of Noble County and later of Cumberland, died last Thursday night December 11, 1941, in the White Cross Hospital at Columbus. He had been a patient at the hospital since July. He had lived in the Cumberland vicinity most of his life and was a teacher in the Cumberland schools for a number of years. His wife died several years ago. Surviving are a son, C. B. Graham, of Chicago, IL., one daughter, Miss Ada Graham of Columbus and a half-brother, Robert Oliver, of Columbus. The body was removed to the Tom Funeral Home in Cumberland where services were held Sunday afternoon, with the Rev. E. W. Lodwick, of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial was made in Cumberland Cemetery. [Noble County Leader, 18 Dec 1941]

Grandone, Rose A.: Rose A. (Buttero) Grandone, 88, formerly of 244 Belmont St., and the Lutheran Home, died peacefully Wednesday November 3 in the Clinton Hospital.
Her husband Michael Grandone Sr. died in 1969. Rose is survived by one son Michael Grandone Jr. and his wife Sandra of Worcester, a grandson Michael Grandone III and a granddaughter Gina Marie Grandone. Rose is also survived by three step-daughters Lillian Collinino, Mildred Faford and Eleanor D'Errico and four sisters, Viola Racidlo, Santa Pratt, Mary Buttero and Jo Ann Lussier. Rose was also predeceased by two sisters, Antonia Inzerillo and Angelina Broccoli. Rose was born in South Barre, daughter of Nunzio and Assunta (Simmone) Grandone and came to Worcester many years ago. Rose worked at the Olsen Manufacturing Company for many years before she retired. Rose did volunteer work at the Friendly House and the Worcester Senior Center. She was a long time member of St. Stephens Church. Calling hours are private and at the family's convenience. A funeral Mass will be held Saturday Nov. 6 at 10:30 AM in St. Stephens Church, 357 Grafton St. Burial will be in Notre Dame Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. Stephens Church Renovation Fund, 16 Hamilton St., Worcester, MA 01604. The family has selected the MERCADANTE FUNERAL HOME AND CHAPEL, 370 Plantation St. to assist them with arrangements. [Worcester Telegram & Gazette, 05 Nov 2004]

Granger, Ernest A. : Ernest A. Granger, 70, of Fairmont Ave., died at 2:08 p.m. Monday afternoon at Good Samaritan Hospital where he had been a patient for the past nine weeks, suffering from uremic poisoning. A lifelong resident of Muskingum County, he was the son of the late Samuel and Mary Allen Granger and was a retired employee of the American Rolling Mill Company. For the past several years he had made his home with his sister, Mrs. E. P. Barr, Fairmont Ave. He was a member of the Methodist Church and had lived a consistent Christian life. Surviving are three sisters and three brothers; Mrs. W. P. Barr and Mrs. George D. Brown, this city; Mrs. Howard Hale, South Zanesville; Edwin W. and L. M. Granger of the Adamsville Rd.; and C. E. Granger of this city. The body rest at the Mader-Peoples Funeral Home where services will be conducted at a time to be announced later. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. [Times Recorder, 08 May 1945 pg. 3]

Grashel, Robert L. : Funeral service for Robert L. Grashel Sr., 80, of Slocum Station, Sciotoville is to be at 2 p.m. Friday at Don Wolfe Funeral Home in Sciotoville. A native of Scioto County, he died Monday at Scioto Memorial Hospital following a brief illness. A retired paymaster for Empire-Detroit Steel Corp., he was a member of Sciotoville Christian Church and York Rite, was a 50 year member and past master of Western Sun Masonic Lodge 91 and was a graduate of Portsmouth College of Business. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Wanda Dever Grashel; two sons, Robert L. of Granville and James C. of Sciotoville and four grandchildren. Arthur Marcum, minister is to officiate at services, with interment in Memorial Burial Park. Masonic service is to be at 8 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home, where friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday and from noon until the funeral hour Friday.


Gray, John

St. Clairsville, O., Nov. 3 -- Distressing John Gray, of Colrain township, in this country, lost his life last week, by a stroke from the glancing of an axe. We learn that several persons, being engaged in preparing timber for the erection of a school house, one person was scoring, and the deceased hewing at the same log, at the distance of 24 feet apart.  He had chopped a carp to the proper depth and was in the act of drawing a heavy stroke to split off the juggle, when the axe struck the side of the carp and flew from him with such force as to reach Gray and cut his head into the brain.
[Republican Compiler (Gettysburg, Penn.), December 5 1827 - Submitted by Nancy Piper]


Green, Benjamin
: Benjamin Green, 99, Bethesda, died Tuesday evening, October 20, 1987 in Barnesville Health Care Center. He was born Dec 9, 1887 in Muskingum Co., son of the late Thomas and Allie Miller Green. A retired Baptist minister, he also served as a missionary for the West Virginia Fundamental Baptist Mission. He was a member of the Emmanuel Baptist Church of Clarksburg, WV. His wife, Lillie Rymer Green, preceded him in death, as well as a brother, James Green. Surviving are three sons, Benjamin Jr. of Clarksburg, WV., Roy of Denver, CO., and James Carroll of Virginia Beach, VA.; three daughters, Virginia M. Sullivan, Bethesda, Mrs. Mary E. Bolton of Winston-Salem, NC. and Mrs. Martha L. Moore of San Diego, CA.; 15 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Services were held Friday from the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, with Rev. John Jackson officiating. Burial followed in Morristown's Union Cemetery. [Barnesville Enterprise, 28 Oct 1987 pg. 2]

Green, Mrs. Elsie: Mrs. Elsie Haggerty Green, 37, resident of 303 Public Rd., Yorkville, died Saturday at noon at her home. She was born in Glen Robbins, Feb 23, 1934, a daughter of Mrs. Violet Haggerty and the late Fred Haggerty. She was a member of St. Lucy's Catholic Church of Yorkville. Surviving in addition to her mother, are her husband, John; three daughters and two sons, Patricia, Sharon, Jackie, Sam and Danny, all of the home; one grandchild; two sisters, Mrs. Thelma Morelli, Glen Robbins and Mrs. Rachel Hudock, Yorkville; two brothers, Robert of Yorkville and William with the U.S. Army in Korea; step grandmother, Mrs. Mae Kirkpatrick of Yorkville. Friends are being received at the Van Hove Funeral Home, Tiltonsville, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the funeral home with Father Tullio Blasi officiating. Burial in Upland Cemetery, Yorkville. Rosary devotions tonight at 7:30 at the funeral home. [Times Leader, 10 Jan 1972 pg.2]

Green, Samuel A. : Samuel A. Green, 78, a lifelong citizen of this community was buried Tuesday afternoon at Wesley Chapel Cemetery. A short service was held at the late home followed by additional services at the Wesley Church in charge of Rev. Bloor of the Belmont Methodist Church. Deceased was born July 22, 1865, a son of Henry and Mary Cameron Green. He is survived by his widow and the following children: Walter A. Green, Lamira; Cyril Green and Mrs. Gladys Weatherwax, Reynoldsburg; Herbert E. Green, Cleveland. Also two sisters, Mrs. Belle Crow, Bellaire and Mrs. Elizabeth Lynn, Newark and one brother, E. W. Green of Tuscola, ILL. ]Times Recorder, 13 May 1943 pg. 2]

Greenlee, Deborah Sue: Deborah Sue Greenlee, 18, Route 1, Jerusalem, died Sunday, September 16,1979 in Barnesville Hospital. She was born June 26, 1961 in Wheeling, WV., a daughter of Dan and Sue Fulton Greenlee. She was an employee of the Malaga Greenhouse, a member of the Woodsfield United Methodist Church and a 1979 graduate of Beallsville High School. She is survived by her parents; a sister, Julie, at the home; her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fulton, Belmont; and her paternal grandmother, Mrs. Carolyn Greenlee, Barnesville. Friends were received at the Bauer-Turner Funeral Home, Woodsfield, Monday where services were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. Burial was in the Oaklawn Cemetery, Woodsfield. [Barnesville Enterprise, Sep 1979]

Gregg, Carroll Lewis: Carroll Lewis Gregg, 79, Belmont-Morristown Rd. Belmont, died Tuesday, June 8, 1999 at the East Ohio Regional Hospital at Martins Ferry. He was born June 28, 1919 in Belmont, a son of the late Grover and Adeline Kemp Gregg. He was a retired farmer, a member of the Belmont United Methodist Church, Bethesda-Belmont-Morristown Rotary Club, Hazen Lodge 251 F & AM of Bethesda and an Army veteran of World War II. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his first wife, Margaret Wright Gregg; a sister, Velma Moore; a brother, Harold Gregg. Surviving are his wife, Wilma Hunt Gregg; five stepchildren, Cathy Wickens and Shirley Wright, both of Belmont, Jay Wright of Walbridge, Beverly Ault of Belmont and Robin Duvall of Bethesda; seven grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. John (Louise) Lewis of Belmont; a brother Vernon Gregg of Belmont. Friends will be received at the Kelly-Kemp-Braido Funeral Home, Bethesda, today 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., where services will be held Thursday at 2:20 p.m., with the Rev. Virginia Geiger officiating. Burial follows in Ebenezer Cemetery, Bethesda. [Times Leader]

Gregg, Margaret Fitch: Margaret Fitch Gregg, 73, of Gregg Road, Belmont, died Wednesday June 27, 1984 in Mount Carmel Hospital, Columbus. She was born June 7, 1911 at Centerville, the daughter of the late James and Minnie Mechen Fitch. She was a member of the Belmont United Methodist Church, Belmont American Legion Auxiliary and the Senior Citizens. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Charles Wayne Wright in 1959. Surviving are her husband, Carroll Gregg; two daughters, Shirley Wright and Cathy Emory, both of Belmont; a son, James C. Wright of Oregon, Ohio; a brother, Charles Fitch, Bethesda; and two grandchildren. Services were held from the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, on Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. Charles Tobias officiated and burial followed in the Belmont Cemetery. [Barnesville Enterprise, c. 1984]

Gregg, Rachel Nelson: Rachel Nelson Gregg, 90, Bethesda, died Thursday, Aug 20, 1987 in Bell Nursing Home, Morristown. She was born May 28, 1897 in Bellaire, a daughter of the late Robert Smiley and Cordelia Robinson Nelson. She attended Bethesda S. Main Street Church of Christ. Her husband, Allen Gregg, a brother, and two sisters preceded her in death. Surviving are a son, Gordon of Bethesda; a daughter, Ruth Craig, Bethesda; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services were held Sunday afternoon from the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, with Brother Stan Kirtlan officiating. Burial followed in Ebenezer Cemetery.

Griffin, Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth: Word has been received from San Francisco of the death of Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Rutter Griffin on Friday, June 21, 1968. She was born in Sunderland, England on September 30, 1877, a daughter of John F. and Mary Ann Rutter, and came as a young girl to Barnesville. In 1894 she was married to Frank Griffin. Survivors include four children Mrs. Charles Heizer of Eureka, Robert Griffin of San Francisco, California, Mrs. H. E. Nuss of San Diego, California and Frank Griffin Jr. of Ridgecrest, California; tow sisters, Mrs. V. C. Collins of Barnesville and Mrs. Charles Woodland of Columbus and one brother, Arthur Rutter of Clarksburg, WV. Her husband, parents, one brother, John Rutter and an infant granddaughter Martha Elizabeth Heizer, preceded her in death. Private funeral services were held Monday, June 24th in San Francisco, conducted by the Reverend Max Christensen, Rector of St. James Episcopal Church. Burial was made in Northern Cemetery, Barnesville, Ohio. [Barnesville Enterprise, 11 Jul 1968]

Grimm, Orlando B. : Funeral services will be held at the home Thursday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock for Orlando B. Grimm, 51, who died very suddenly Monday afternoon. Although he had not been well for a few days his death was a great shock. The Rev. Robert L. McIntire, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will officiate. [Times Recorder, 19 Feb 1942]

Guard, George W. : Funeral services for George W. Guard, 75, will be held Friday afternoon from the residence of his brother, William Guard, of Licking View, with burial in Greenwood Cemetery. The body has been returned to the brother's residence from the William Thompson & Son Funeral Home, White Cottage. [Times Recorder, 16 Jun 1944]

GUYTON, Mark : Mark GUYTON was born in Perry county, Ohio, January 17, 1847, and departed this life, Jun 27, 1906, aged 59 years, 5 months and 10 days.
When ten years old, with his parents, he moved to near Ada, Hardin county, Ohio. On December 27, 1868 was married to Leucrecia Grubbs. To this union was born four daughters and one son. In 1871 he moved to his late residence at which place he lived until death. On March 17, 1892, the companion of his youth was called to her eternal home. On March 23, 1895, was united in marriage to Miss Sarah AUSTIN, who survives him. He enlisted in the U.S. army during the Civil war, January, 1864, and remained in said until the war closed. He united with the Lafayette Christian church during the pastorate of Rev. C. J. Hance, February 25, 1891, in whose fellowship he continued a faithful and consistent member until death. He was loved and respected by all who knew him. He endured his affliction with much patience and Christian fortitude, leaving a satisfactory assurance that all was well with his soul. He leaves a wife, four daughters and one son, one step-daughter, five brothers and one sister; 16 grandchildren and 2 step-grandchildren and many friends to mourn his early departure. [Lima Times Democrat, 04 Jul 1906]




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