Mr. Geo. Scheu of Franklin township, died Tuesday, aged 74. Lung disease.

[Coshocton Daily Age, Coshocton Ohio, January 27, 1883 - SW — Sub by FoFG]

SCHWEIKER, Mrs. Gottlriarn

Died. in this place, on the 15th inst., Mrs Gottlriarn Schweiker, wife of Frederick Schweiker, age 28 years.
She was a most catimable woman, and has left several small children and devoted husband to mourn her early death.

[The Coshocton Democrat, Coshocton Ohio; 20 Jan 1858 — Sub by FoFG]


Mr. Senter, a pioneer of Virginia township, died Wednesday, aged 75.

[Coshocton Daily Age, Coshocton Ohio, February 17, 1883 - SW — Sub by FoFG]

SPURR, Mrs. Nora

Mrs. Nora Spurr, 76, who formerly lived at 648 Elm st. died unexpectedly at 7 p.m. Thursday at the home of a daughter. Mrs. Zelia Ogle, Newark Route 5.
Mrs. Spurr had been ill for some time. Death was due to a heart attack. Born in Guernsey county March 8,1882, she was a daughter of John and Eliza (Dichler) Ransopher. She was married in 1902, to Emory Spurr, who died in 1954.
She was a member of the First Baptist church and the Sara Rebekah lodge. Surviving besides the daughter, are five sisters. Mrs. Scott Wiant, Mrs. Bailey Durbin and Mrs. William Harley of Canton. Mrs. J. C. Ray of Salem, Ill., and Mrs. Mary Reed of Las Vegas, five brothers , and one sister are deceased.
Services in the Gibson and Bontrager funeral home will be Monday at 1:30 p m. Rev. Joho Shanley will officiate. Burial will be in South Lawn cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p m. Saturday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday and until time of the services Monday.

[Source: Coshocton, Ohio Tribune, Jan 2, 1959 — Sub by FoFG]

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