Chester Maurer, 37, a native of Coshocton county and a World War II veteran, died Monday at his home, 5633 Upton
av., NW, North Canton, following a long illness. He had been a resident of North Canton for six years.
He was born in Fresno, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Maurer, and was a member of the American Legion, Disabled American Veterans and Renner's Evangelical church. The survivors include his wife, Esma; one daughter, Nancy Lee Maurer of the home; his mother, Mrs. George J. Block, Canton; one brother, Robert Maurer, Magnolia, and one sister, Mrs. Richard Thiessen, Canton.
Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Wideman funeral home, 525 North Main st., North Canton, and burial will be in Sunset Hills Burial Park in that community. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m
[Source: Coshocton, Ohio Tribune, Dec 9, 1958 — Sub by FoFG]
Funeral services for Delbert D. McCulloch, 86, who died Wednesday at the Harding sanatorium in Worthington, will be Friday at 1 p.m. at the Hunter funeral home in Millersburg. Rev. Robert Canon will officiate and burial will follow in Berlin cemetery. Friends will be received at the funeral home this afternoon and evening.
[Source: Coshocton Tribune, Nov 10, 1960 — Sub by FoFG]
Plainfield, Jan. 15 - Miss Belle McCune, daughter of Mr. Samuel McCune, north of Willscreek, died rather suddenly last week; disease not known by the writer.
[Coshocton Daily Age, Coshocton Ohio, January 20, 1883 - SW — Sub by FoFG]
For the Western Christian Advocate. January 26 — Near Roscoe, Coshocton county, O., in the triumph of Gospel faith, Samuel Moffatt, aged
fifty-one years. He experienced religion in the winter of 1843, and joined the Methodist Episcopal Church as a probationer. After being
received into full connection, he was appointed a leader and circuit steward on Roscoe circuit, which offices he filled with credit to
himself and the Church. He was an exemplary Christian, and his house was made a pleasant home to the itinerant, by a warm reception from our
brother and his kind and affectionate wife. He loved the institutions of our Church, and soon after his conversion purchased several of our
standard works, and became acquainted thoroughly with the doctrines and economy of our Church. He has left, in his will, a liberal donation
to the missionary cause, and also to other benevolent purposes. John Blanpied.
The foregoing has been delayed under circumstances that justify its publication at this late day.—Ed.
[Western Christian Advocate, Sept 21, 1853, p. 152 — ]
Services for Mrs. Owen Mullet, who died Friday, will be held at the E. & R. church in Millersburg at 2 p.m. Monday, instead of the the New Bedford church as stated in Saturday's paper. Mrs. Mullet was a member of the New Bedford church, but services will be held in the Millersburg church.
[Source: Coshocton Tribune, Jan 14, 1962 — ]