Tiverton Tidings-Mr. Abe. Church an aged (70 years) and well-to-do farmer of this township, died on the 4th inst.
[Democratic Standard, Coshocton Ohio, March 13, 1891 - SW — Sub by FoFG]
NEWCOMERS J.P. DIES WEDNESDAY; STROKE IS FATAL
NEWCOMERSTOWN, O, April 23-J.H. Cochran, 82, justice of the peace for the past ten years, died Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at his home here following a stroke of paralysis suffered last Saturday. Mr. Cochran was stricken in his office.
For the last twelve years he had been a resident of this village, removed her from the vicinity of Gilmore.
He was a Civil war veteran.
He is survived by one brother and two sisters
Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 9:30 o'clock.
The body will be taken to Gilmore for burial.
[The Coshocton Tribune (Coshocton, Ohio) 23 Apr 1920 — Sub by FoFG]
Mary E. Conkle, 92, of Coshocton, died on Thursday, June 24, 1999 at Coshocton county Memorial Hospital.
She was born Nov. 17, 1906 in Coshocton to the Rev. Quincy Scott and Daisy Ellen (Hand) Parks and married Maynard S. Conkle on Sept. 3, 1930. He died Oct. 27, 1990.
She had worked at the former Kresge Stores in Newark and Kokomo, Ind., and the former Indianapolis Glove Co. in Coshocton. She was also a farmer and enjoyed quilting.
She was a member of the former Clark Methodist Church, where she taught Sunday School for 40 years, was active in the Ladies aid and had served on the church board. She had attended the Assembly of God in Coshocton.
Survivors are children and their spouses, Galen E. and Cappie Conkle of Pahrump, Nev., Gerald D. and Margaret Conkle of Fesno, Calif., Evelyn and Denver Conkle of Coshocton and Beverly and John Geib of Clark; 10 grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
In addition to her husband, a son, Glendon Conkle, six brothers and two sisters died previously.
Graveside services were held on Sunday, June 27, at Clark Cemetery, with the Rev. Larry G. Stitt officiating.
Free Funeral Home, Coshocton, handled the arrangements.
[Holmes Co. Farmer-Hub, 1 July 1999 — Sub. by Ron Conkle]
Richard Countryman passed away at Mercy Medical Center in Canton, Ohio on Saturday,
May 26, 2012. He was born on March 21, 1937 in Warsaw/Coshocton, Ohio.
Richard was preceded in death by his parents, Albert Charles in 1987 and Mary Ellen Countryman in 1986 in Coshocton, Ohio. He was also preceded in death by his sisters Gladys McKnight, Sandra Petit, and Virginia Powell. Richard was 1 of 12 children.
He has surviving siblings: June Kiser and Daisy Cornelius of West Lafayette, OH and David Countryman of Coshocton, OH.
Also surviving are four children: Charles Richard Countryman, Sr. of Clifton Forge, Virginia ; Lisa Gail Countryman of Roanoke, Virginia ; Charles Richard Countryman of Newcomerstown, OH ; and Evette Countryman of Coshocton, OH.
Surviving also are a number of nieces, nephews, granddaughters and a grandson Charles Richard Countryman, Jr. who serves in the United States Army and is stationed in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Richard served in the United States Navy until such time he was injured and subsequently retired from the Navy. He also worked at the First National Bank in Clifton Forge, Virginia and taught Bible School. He subsequently moved back to his hometown in Ohio in the late 1960's. He also retired from GE in Coshocton, Ohio.
As per his request, his body has been cremated by Miller Funeral Home in Coshocton, Ohio.
[unknown newspaper, 26 May 2012 — Sub. by Lisa Countryman]
John Crossley, 81, of 3126 Sunset blvd., Steubenville, former Conesville resident, died Saturday at 10:28 a.m.
at the Ohio Valley hospital in Steubenville following an illness or six months.
Surviving are his widow, the former Clara Salrin. who lived near Wills Creek, and one daughter, Mrs. William Belle of Steubenville. Services will be Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Cole Brothers funeral home in Stubenville. Burial will be in a cemetery there.
[Source: Coshocton Tribune, Jan 14, 1962 — Sub by FoFG]