ROSCOE MAN IS KILLED
Russell Darr Meets Death in West, Telegram Says; No Details Given.
Russell Darr, 34, native of Roscoe and former resident of Coshocton, was shot and killed in Meeker, Colorado near a ranch where he was working sometime Sunday, according to wires received here today by Charles Darr, North Fifteenth St., a brother. Details of the shooting could not be learned by members of the family late today.
Charles Darr of this city contracted Colorado officials by telephone late last night, and was told by the wife of the sheriff of Rio Blanco county, Colorado, that his brother's death was being investigated, but no official word had been released.
Russell Darr was born in Roscoe, the son of French and Prudence Darr. He spent his early life in Coshocton county, and was a railroad employee working out of Dennison for several years. He moved to Colorado about 14 years ago, and has worked on a ranch there ever since.
Surviving are two children, Kenton and Aileen, of Pueblo, Colorado, who are visiting relatives here, seven brothers, Joseph, Alonzo, Elihu, Enoch and Frank of the Tunnel Hill vicinity, John of Holmes County and Charles of Coshocton, and one sister, Mrs. Pearl McCluggage of Coshocton route 5.
Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at the ranch near Rangely, Col. Burial will be in a Colorado cemetery.
[August 24, 1936, Coshocton Tribune, Coshocton Ohio — Contributed by Shauna Williams]
Services for Joseph Darrah, Cody, Wyo., a native of Coshocton county, who died last week at his home, were held Saturday in Cody. Mr. Darrah was born and spent his early life in the Oak Grove neighborhood in White Eyes township. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Eunice Becker, in California, and several cousins in Coshocton county.
[Source: Coshocton Tribune, Apr 23, 1958 — Sub by FoFG]
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dawson, 1010 East Main st., received word Thursday of the death
of their daughter, Barbara Ann Dawson, 35, which occurred yesterday at Cheyenne, Wyo.
She was born Aug. 1, 1923, in Coshocton, graduated from Brown high school in Cambridge, from Coshocton City hospital school of nursing, Ohio State university college of education with a B.A. degree and from the School of Anesthesiology at Ravens wood, Chicago.
Miss Dawson formerly was superintendent of nurses in the Cheyenne County hospital. Sidney, Neb., and recently joined the staff of the Veterans Administration hospital at Cheyenne, Wyo. She was a member of the Episcopal church and the Eastern Star lodge of this city. Further particulars were not available Friday morning.
[Source: Coshocton, Ohio Tribune, Jan 2, 1959 — Sub by FoFG]
Coshocton, Ohio. Survived by Father, Percy Lowrey, Waco; Adopted parents, John E. & Muriel Gibson Claar, Sons, James & John; Brothers, Robert Claar, Dallas, John Lowrey, Waco, Kenneth Lowrey, Waco; Sisters, Mildred Goss, Waco, Joyce LaNelle, Waco, Loyce Ellis, Waco, Pam Heckscher, Baltimore, Md. Married Zed Dillon 1-10-1963. He died 1983. Member USMC 1959-1964, Mortality N. Mexico High School, Class of '58. Born Waco, Texas, Sept. 15(?), 1940; Personnel Specialist Preddy Production, Coshocton, Ohio; Job's Daughter Rainbow Girls Eastern Star of Estancia, New Mexico Services 2:00 P.M. Wednesday, RESTLAND WILDWOOD CHAPEL, Greenville Ave. at Restland Rd.
[Dallas Morning News (Dallas, TX) Monday July 25, 1983 — Sub by FoFG]
Mrs. Lucy Doll, 72, died unexpectedly Tuesday at the home of her niece, Mrs. Harvey Sheetz in Cleveland. The daughter
of Fred and Phoebe Barth, she was born in Chili and lived there until her marriage to Charles Doll. He died 15
Surviving are one daughter, Miss Gladys Doll, Cleveland, and a brother, Philip Barth, Canal Lewisville. Two brothers and a sister preceded her in death. Funeral will be held at 1 p.m. Friday in Cleveland. Burial will be[obit cut off]
[Source: The Coshocton News (Coshocton, Ohio), March 7, 1946 — Sub by Ida Maack Recu]