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Dudley Alden Abbey
ABBEY, Dudley Alden, beloved son of Jennie B. Abbey and the late Charles Hunt Abbey, at the home, 2135 Stears road, Oct 13. Funeral Saturday, Oct. 15, 2 p.m. Burial Lake View cemetery. [Plain Dealer, Oct 15, 1921]

Minnie C Daedlow Adams
Minnie C. Adams, beloved wife of the late John S., dear sister of Mrs. Lillian Kearney, Mrs. Mildred Heintz of Florida, and the following deceased; Henry J. Travers, Arthur Doedelow, and Mrs. Anna Heuer. Family graveside services. Friends will be received at the Crobaugh Funeral Home, 22595 Lake Shore Blvd., Euclid, O., Monday, May 26, 1975, 7-9 P.M. [dod May 23, 1975] [Plain Dealer Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

James C. Aiken
Philadelphia, March 12 - James C. Aiken, son of Rev. J.C. Aiken, of Cleveland, died on board the Minnesota, Jan. 20.  [The Sandusky Register (Sandusky, OH) 13 Mar 1851, tr by KT]

Robert Ammon
Robert Ammon, 39 years old, died at his home, 405 South High street, at 10 o'clock, yesterday morning.  Mr. Ammon came to Albuquerque five months ago from Cleveland, O.   He is survived by his wife and a daughter, who were with him when he died, and by his parents and a brother in Ohio.  Funeral arrangements have not been made.  The body is at the C.T. French undertaking parlors.  [July 16, 1917, "Albuquerque Journal" (Albuquerque, NM)]

Elijah Anderson
Died - March 4th, 1861, in the Penitentiary at Frankfort, Ky., Elijah Anderson, of Cleveland, Ohio, aged 51 years and 9 months.
The deceased was a very peculiar victim of the hatred and persecution from which we of his class see little promise of escape.
He was born in Buckingham Co., Va., of free parents, who being anxious to lessen their disabilities, removed to Ohio, which State became his home from youth. Here he became an efficient, though unpretending worker in behalf of the bondman, so exciting the animosity of the oppressor, that plans were set which but too well succeeded in putting him in his power. In December, 1856, a decoy letter called him from Cleveland, to Madison, Ind. At Cincinnati, he embarked on a steamer for the latter city, but upon its arrival at Carrolton, Ky., officers of the latter State who had been wickedly telegraphed to of his being a passenger, boarded the boat and made him their prisoner. Upon three indictments which were immediately brought against him, he had three trials and was acquitted. A fourth indictment caused his removal to another county, when a failure to convict him there upon two trials, served to exasperate his enemies to renewed persecution. Upon another indictment which they now hastened to find, his case was referred to the Circuit Court, to be held in the following June, to which he was held to bail in the exorbitant sum of two thousand dollars. Real estate to this value was offered and refused, and as the strenuous efforts which were made by his family and friends in various parts of the country to raise the money were unavailing, he had to remain a prisoner to that trial.
The Court sat in June, 1857 and he was convicted of violating the laws of the State in which his never having been, made it impossible for
him to have been guilty. He was sentenced to eight years and eight months imprisonment. Untiringly, his family and friends sought his reprieve, thereto efficient testimony; but in the strength of the prejudice against him, they found it impossible to get a transcript of the evidence used on his trial, the Judge and lawyers declaring they had forgotten it and that no record was kept of it. Of his sentence, five years remained to be fulfilled, when the decree of Him whose ways are inscrutable, went forth making him one of that company of martyrs who suffered and died for humanity's sake. It was a sudden termination, causing an inquest, with a verdict of `Death from heart disease.' With much difficulty his remains were procured by his family, when the melancholy satisfaction was given them of burying him with THEIR dead.
In his death, his widowed and venerable mother, an affectionate wife, a loving daughter, and a numerous circle of relatives and acquaintances, have lost one whose place can never be filled, however penitent may be those to whose persecution the loss is due; but, bowing in submission to the afflictive dispensation, they have comfort in the assurance that his Death is one of Life. W. P. W. Cincinnati, April 9th, 1861. [Douglas Monthly, Rochester, N.Y., May 1861 - CH - Sub by FoFG]

William G. Beck
BECK, William G., husband of Juliette (nee Slawson), son of Conrad Beck, brother of Mrs. J. A. Kling, Mrs. A. N. Kellogg, Mr. Robert L. Beck, died Oct. 13. Funeral Monday, Oct. 17, 2 p.m., at 3527 Woodbridge avenue. Please omit flowers. [Plain Dealer, Oct 15, 1921]

Henry J. Behrens
Henry J. Behrens, beloved husband of Lelia, dear father of Lawrence (Jack), Lelia (Pat) Craft, Caroline Poplar, Josephine Roman, Ruth Strasser, grandfather of 14, Sunday p.m.  Fri ends may call at Bollinger Funeral Home, 9810 Denison Ave., where services will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m.  Calling hours 7-9 p.m. Monday, 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday. [The P lain Dealer (Cleveland, OH) – Monday, January 28, 1974]

Capt. Clifford Belden
Cleveland, Ohio, ______, (1858) ae. 74. Capt. B. was a native of the State of Connecticut. He was a ship carpenter by trade, and sailed in an American vessel from Portland, Me., in that capacity during the last war with Great Britain, and was captured by the British. He was confined on the Island of Bermuda over 11 months, and suffered severely from rigorous treatment at the hands of his captors during that time. On his release, in the autumn of 1814, Capt. Belden came to C. Since then he has been captain of vessels upon the lakes, and was the compeer of Capts. Stannard, Blake, and others. [Source: "Annual OBITUARY NOTICES OF EMINENT PERSONS who have died in the United States FOR 1858"; BY HON. NATHAN CROSBY; BOSTON: JOHN P. JEWETT AND COMPANY. 1859. Tr. by K. Mohler]

Mary Benson
Mary Benson, 57 y, city hospital, dropsy.[Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer; 11 Jul 1890]

Ray Bergman
BERGMAN - Ray (nee Ray Cohen), widow of Max Bergman, of Cleveland, Ohio, on June 23, 1919. Funeral 1460 Lexington av., on Wednesday at 2 o'clock. Omit flowers. Cleveland papers please copy. [NEW-YORK Tribune, June 25, 1919, Page 10 - Transcribed by Nancy Overlander]

Mary Birhanzl
Mrs. Mary Birhanzl, for years prominent in Bohemian circles in Cleveland, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank J. Vlchek, 14320 Larchmere boulevard, Shaker Heights, after a brief illness. Mrs. Birhanzl was 84. Services will be held from her home and at St. Adelbert's church Wednesday. She is survived by a son and two daughters. [Plain Dealer, Dec. 25, 1922 - Sub. by Linda Dietz]

James E. Bixel
BIXEL, James E.; beloved husband of Emma and father of Mildred, suddenly Wednesday, Oct. 12, age 72 years. Funeral Saturday, Oct 15, from late residence, 1971 W. 45th street, at 2 p.m. [Plain Dealer, Oct 15, 1921]

Theodore Blakesley
An unknown man called at the home of Theodore Blakesley, at Cleveland, and fatally wounded Mr. Blakesley and James Fox, a boarder. [New Ulm Review, (New Ulm, MN) Jan. 4, 1893, p 2, Sub by RL]

John S. Blanton
Blanton, John S, age 74 years, Thursday, Dec 24, at 9 o'clock, at his residence 10630 Woodland-av. burial from Conneaut Monday, 2 p.m. [Cleveland Plain Dealer, Dec 27, 1914]

Henry Bloch
Henry Bloch, 27 y, 31 Wolkey, vitum cordis.[Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer; 11 Jul 1890]

Carl Boeisig
Carl Boeisig, 4 m, 28 Gauge, cramps. [Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer; 11 Jul 1890]

Thomas Bolton
Class of 1833 -THOMAS BOLTON was born at Scipio, N.Y., 29 October, 1809. He was prepared for college at the school on Temple Hill, Geneseo, N.Y., kept by Seth Sweetser, C.C. Felton, and H.R. Cleveland. He entered college, with his friend Kelly, after the winter vacation, in February, 1830. He had a respectable rank as a scholar, and took a lively interest and prominent part in all that concerned the class. After graduation, he read law a while in the office of John C. Spencer, Esq., Canandaigua, N.Y. He was admitted to the bar at Cleveland, Ohio, in September, 1835. After a business connection of about a year with James L. Conger, Esq., he sent for his classmate and friend, Moses Kelly, and the two formed a partnership in the autumn of 1836, which lasted till 1856, when Mr. Bolton was elected one of the judges of the Court of Common Pleas. This office he held for ten years. After his retirement from the bench in 1866, he devoted himself to the care of a large property. He died suddenly, 1 February, 1871, of neuralgia of the heart. Judge Bolton was twice married. His first wife, whom he married 7 September, 1837, was Elizabeth L. Cone, who died 26 January, 1846. By her he had five children: Festus Cone, born 7 June, 1838, died 8 February, 1839; Thomas Kelly, born 25 March, 1840 (H.C. 1861); Festus Cone, born 12 January, 1844; James Henry, born 20 January, 1846, graduated at Western Reserve, 1866, LL.B. at Harvard, 1869. He married, 1 December, 1846, Emmeline Russell, by whom he had two children: George Russell, born 31 January, 1851, died 9 September, 1859; Charles Chester, born 23 March, 1855.
Judge Bolton was a man of great energy and force of character, peremptory and decisive both at the bar and on the bench, social and companionable with his friends, by whom he was much beloved, but with a certain sternness of manner in the common intercourse of life, which prevented him from being generally popular. The resolutions adopted by the Cleveland bar after his death, and the speeches made on that occasion, showed the strong sense which was felt of his ability and worth. [Source: "The Necrology of Harvard College 1869-1872; published 1872; Tr. by K. Mohler]

Donald C. Bonness
DONALD C. BONNESS, husband of Hilda (nee Schnell) father of Frank, Ethel Wallace, Norma Childress, Donald, Jr., and Deborah; brother of Fredrick Shields, Elmer, Roland, Norma Straka and Margaret Lanzo, grandfather of five.  Please join his family for his fun eral service, Thursday, May 27 in The Carey Funeral Home, 12:15 p.m.  Visitation 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Wednesday in the John L. Carey Funeral Home, 6318 Lorain Ave. [Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH) May 26, 1982; Sub. by: Kathyrn Todd]

Bertha A Bradley
Bertha Bradley, beloved daughter of the late Cora and Herbert Bradley, aunt of Eldon, Herbert and Roy Henderson, Mrs. Cathleen Mllner, Donald Sherman, sister-in-law of Florence Bradley, residence, 49 Church St., Chagrin Falls, O. Family will receive friends at the Reed Funeral Home, 87 E. Washington St. Chagrin Falls, O. Funeral services Thursday, June 7, at 1 p. m. Dr. Gladstone Brown officiating. [published June 7, 1962] [Plain Dealer, Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Cora Bradley nee Isaac
Bradley: Cora, age 77, beloved wife of the late Herbert T., mother of Mrs. George Sherman, Mrs. Roy Henderson, Bertha N. and Waiter G. Bradley. Services to be held from the Brewster & Stroud Funeral Home, Chagrin Falls, O., Wednesday, July 10, [1935] at 2 p. m. [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Hattie N. Bradley
Hattie N. Bradley, wife of the late Thomas, survived by nieces and nepnews, passed away July 22. Funeral services will be held at The Saxton-Klanke Funeral Home, 13215 Detroit Ave., Wednesday, July 25, at 1:30 p.m. Friends Received 7-9 P.M. Tuesday Only. [Jul 24 1973, Plain Dealer -Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Herbert T Bradley
Bradley: Herbert T., husband of Cora (nee Isaac), father of Mrs. Maude Sherman, Bertha, Mrs. Grace Henderson and Walter G. of Glendale, Cal. Now at the Ober & Reed Funeral Home, Chagrin Falls, O., where services will be held Wednesday, Sept. 26, at 2:30 p. m. 1856 - 1934. Evergreen Hills Cemetery Chagrin Falls, Ohio. [pub. September 26, 1934 - Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Thomas B Bradley
Bradley: Thomas B., beloved husband of Hattie (nee Nahuis), brother of Frank, Herbert and Mrs. Frank Barge, Wednesday, April 5, residence, 1456 Rockway Ave. Now at Saxton-Daniels-Mastick Funeral Home, 13215 Detroit Ave., where services will be held Saturday, April 8, at 2 p. m. 10/27/1870 - 4/5/1933. Lakeview Cemetery Cleveland, Ohio. [dod April 5, 1933] [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Charles G. Bratenahl
DEATHS. --In Cleveland, Aug. 10th, Charles G. Bratenahl, aged 50 years. [Western Reserve Chronicle, (Warren, OH.) Wednesday, August 17, 1870 - Sub. by Kathy McDaniel]

Louis Bratenahl
DEATHS. --In Cleveland, July 4th ult., Louis Bratenahl, aged 56 years. [Western Reserve Chronicle, (Warren, OH.) Wednesday, August 17, 1870 - Sub. by Kathy McDaniel]

Lydia Hinfield Bratenahl
DEATHS. --In Cleveland, June 26th ult., Lydia Hinfield, only daughter of Charles G. and Mary G. Bratenahl, aged 8 months. [Western Reserve Chronicle, (Warren, OH.) Wednesday, August 17, 1870 - Sub. by Kathy McDaniel]

Frank Briener
Frank Briener, 2 m, 41 Main, cholera infantum. [Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer; 11 Jul 1890]

Mrs. Cornelia C. Briggs
Cleveland, Ohio, June 8, (1858) ae. 23, wife of George P. Briggs, Esq., of Lawrence, Mass., and daughter of Dr. Erastus Cushing, of C.  [Source: "Annual OBITUARY NOTICES OF EMINENT PERSONS who have died in the United States FOR 1858"; BY HON. NATHAN CROSBY; BOSTON: JOHN P. JEWETT AND COMP ANY. 1859. Tr. by K. Mohler]

Sam Briggs
Sam Briggs, founder of the Mystic Shriners, and one of the best known masons in the country, died in Cleveland, O. [Willmar Tribune (Willmar, MN), January 4, 1905, page 2; Sub. by RL]

John Brough
John Brough, Governor of Ohio, died at Cleveland on the 29th of August. [Oregon State Journal (Eugene City, OR,)September 16, 1865]

Dorathea Burkhart
Dorathea Burkhart, 46 y, 43 Branch, tuberculosis. [Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer; 11 Jul 1890]

Omer E Bushmann
Omer E Bushmann, 6 m 569 Clark, cholera infantum. [Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer; 11 Jul 1890]

William Calvaak
William Calvaak, 19 y, St. Alexis hospital, typhoid fever. [Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer; 11 Jul 1890]

George L. Campbell
CAMPBELL, George L. (Goodsell & C), died, Cleveland, O., Sept. 28, 1842, aged 28 ["Directory of the city of Chicago, Illinois for 1843 Chicago": Fergus Print. Co., updated and reprinted 1896 - Transcribed by K. Torp]

Devereno Cassono
Devereno Cassono, 1 y, 42 Hill, Lung fever.[Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer; 11 Jul 1890]

Addison Chamberlin
CHAMBERLIN, Addison, dearly beloved son of Willard A. and Edna Morrill Chamberlin, 2641 Exeter rd., suddenly Thursday evening, Oct 13, aged 8 years and 5 months. Funeral services 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct 15, at late residence. Burial private. [Plain Dealer, Oct 15, 1921]

Dora N. Claflin
CLAFLIN, Dora N., of North Royalton, O., sister of O. H. Claflin of Berea, A. H. Claflin, Cleveland, and Harry Claflin, Ethel Gierich, North Royalton, died at the home of her brother, O. H. Claflin, Berea, Thursday, Oct 13, after a lingering illness of one year. Funeral from the home of O. H. Claflin, 211 Front street, Berea, 2 p. m. Sunday, Oct 16, burial at North Royalton at 3:15 p.m. [Plain Dealer, Oct 15, 1921]

Peggy Cleary
Cleveland- The body of Peggy Cleary, seven was recovered from the lake here Wednesday ending vigil of four days by the child's mother. Ever since a playmate of the victim told police of seeing Peggy fall into the water, Mrs. Cleary kept watch on the lake hoping against hope that her daughter had escaped drowning. Mrs. Cleary searched the beach practically day and night, getting little sleep and refusing food. She fainted when word of the tragic find of the coast guards reached her. (Lima Daily News Jun 2, 1920 - Submitted by Linda Dietz)

Thomas J. Costello
Costello, Thomas J., beloved husband of Ellen Costello (nee Ellen Kearns), 1718 Lorain-av, aged 77 years. Burial from residence of daughter, Mrs. Frank V. Stoll, 6905 Detroit-av. Funeral services from Annunciation church, Tuesday, Dec 29, at 9:30 a.m. [Cleveland Plain Dealer, Dec 27, 1914]

Catherine Cowper
Cowper: Catherine (nee Gibbons), beloved wife of the late Charles, mother of Mrs. Caroline Horrocks, Charles, Harvey, George, Capt. Harry, Helen and Eugene, at her residence, 1757 E. 32d St., Monday, July 9 [1934]. Funeral Thursday, July 12, from St. Columbkille's Church at 9 a. m. [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Charles Cowper
Charles Cowper, of old age, in his 87th year. Funeral from late residence, No. 663 St. Clair st., Tuesday at 2 p.m. 2/12/1889, age 87. Woodland Cemetery Cleveland, Ohio. [dod Feb 11, 1889] [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Charles Cowper
Cowper-Charles, beloved husband of Catherine, (nee Gibbons), father of Mrs. Charles Horrocks, Charles, Harvey, George, Captain Harry, Helen and Eugene, passed away Feb. 20, at 1757 E. 32nd street, age 73 years. Funeral Monday morning at 9 o'clock, at St. Columbkill's church. Burial at Calvary Cemetery. [dod Feb 20,1925] [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Charles Francis Cowper
Cowper, Charles F., beloved husband of Caroline (nee Wallace), dear father of Charles H. of Tucson, Ariz., Mrs. Maude Ott, Wallace, Eugene F. and Jesse of Los Angeles, Calif. dear brother of Helen, Eugene F. and the late Harry A. and grandfather and great-grandfather. The family will receive friends from 2 To 5 P. M. And 7 To 10 P. M. Saturday, And 2 To 5 P. M. And 7 To 10 P. M. Monday, at The Monreal Funeral Home, 15144 Euclid Ave., at Shaw. Services at St. Paul's Church, E. 200th and Chardon Rd., Tuesday, Dec. 27, at 10:30 a. m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. [dod Dec 24, 1955] [Cleveland Press - Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Eugene Francis Cowper Sr
Eugene F. Cowper Sr., beloved husband of Catherine (nee Daly). dear father of William E., Eugene F. Jr., and Harry C., grandfather of six, brother of Helen (Nellie) Cowper, and the late Harvey, Charles, Harry, Carrie Horrocks, and George, residence, 832 Woodview Rd. The family will receive friends 2 To 4 And 7 To 9 P. M. Tuesday, at The Monreal Funeral Home, 15132-44 Euclid Ave., near Shaw. Requiem Mass Christ The King Church, Wednesday, Jan. 11, at 9:30 A. M. Interment Calvary Cemetery. [dod Jan 9, 1967] [Cleveland Press Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

George Arnold Cowper
Cowper, George A., beloved son of the late Charles and Catherine, brother of Charles, Harry A., Helen, Eugene and the late Carrie Horrocks and Harvey, residence, 1757 E. 32. Friends may call After 7 P. M. Saturday at the Frank C. McGinty Funeral Home, 8112 Superior Ave. Funeral Monday, Apr. 24, St. Columbkille's Church, at 10 a. m. [dod about April 22, 1950] [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Harry Aloysious Cowper
Cowper, Harry A., beloved husband of Genevieve (nee Youkel), dear father of Alice Fitzgerald, Eileen Parker, Rosemary Walsh, and grandfather, brother of Charles, Eugene and Helen, residence, 2651 Riedham Rd. Shaker Heights. The family will receive friends From 2-5 P. M. And 7-10 P. M. Tuesday at the Monreal Co. Funeral Home, 15144 Euclid Ave. at Shaw. Services at St. Dominic's Church (Van Aken at Norwood Rd.) Wednesday, Nov. 3, [1954] at 10 a. m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Retired captain of the Cleveland Fire Dept. [Cleveland Press - Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Harvey John Cowper
Cowper: Harvey J., 1757 E. 32, beloved son of the late Charles and Catherine, brother of Mrs. Caroline Horrocks, Charles, George, Capt. Harry A., Helen and Eugene, Monday, May 27th. Remains at the Flynn-Froelk Co. Funeral Parlor, 5309 Superior. Funeral Friday, May 31, from St. Columbkille's Church at 9 a. m. 5/31/1935. age 50. St. Joseph's Cemetery Cleveland, Ohio. [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Homer L. Craft
Homer L. Craft, beloved husband of Lelia (Pat) (Behrens), death father of Doug, Connie Lou Skender, and the late Billy, grandfather. Brother of Hazel Coats, Anna Lee Ratliff, Magdalene McQuitty, and Delia Sue Thorpe.  Funeral services Thursday, March 30 Corr igan Funeral Home, Lorain at W. 148 St. at 1 p.m.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.   Fa mily will receive friends Tuesday and Wednesday 3-5 and 7-9. [The Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH) – Tuesday, March 28, 1989]

Jane S. Cranston
Winter Visitor Dies in Miami Accident
Miami, Jan. 1. - Mrs. Jane S. Cranston, 54, prominent Cleveland woman, was fatally injured late yesterday afternoon when struck by an automobile driven by Cyril L. Ablett, 257 N.E. Sixteenth street, at the intersection of N.E Second avenue and Seventh street. Mrs. Cranston was rushed to the Jackson Memorial hospital in a private automobile, where she died 10 minutes later. Death was caused by a fractured skull. Mrs. Cranston had left the Howington Apartments about 4:30 o'clock and she was in the middle of the street waiting to board an approaching street car. Mr. Ablett said that he had turned north into Second avenue from Seventh street when he struck Mrs. Cranston, who, he said, became confused and stepped into the path of his automobile. Traffic was heavy at the corner at the time of the accident. Mr. Ablett was taken into custody by the police and was held in the city jail last night without bond. He will be turned over to the county authorities today and will be held until an inquest has been conducted. (Fort Lauderdale, Fort Lauderdale News, 01 Jan 1925, p4. Transcribed by HEH)

John J Cull
Cull, John J., beloved husband of the late Mary A. (nee Youkel); father of Genevieve Ernst, Sergt. John A., the late James J. and Helen Sterkel, and grandfather; brother of Mrs. Mary Reynolds; Monday, Oct. 6; residence, 1534 Parker Dr., Mayfield Heights. Friends may call at the Flynn-Froelk Co. Funeral Home, 13104 Euclid Ave. at Alvason Rd. Funeral Thursday, Oct. 9, St. Clare's Church, Lyndhurst, at 10 a. m. [dod Oct 6, 1941] [Plain Dealer - Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Mary A Cull (nee Youkel)
Cull: Mary A. (nee Youkel), beloved wife of John J.; mother of Mrs. Genevieve Ernst, John A., and the late James Cull, Helen Sterkel. Tuesday, Dec. 17, Friends may call at the Flynn-Froelk Co. Funeral Home, 13104 Euclid Ave. at Alvason Rd. Funeral Friday, Dec. 20, St. Agnes' Church at 10 a. m. (born 1876, died 1946) [Source unknown; - Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

John B. Dary
In Brecksville, Ohio, March 27th, 1873, John B. Dary, aged 57 years and 3 months, of heart disease, after a painful illness of five months.
Mr. Dary came to Brecksville in 1826, from Windsor, Mass., and has lived on the same farm ever since. He married Miss Anna Corser, of Royalton, N. Y., and they have been married twenty-five years. He left one daughter, who is married and settled, thus leaving his widow alone to bear her great loss. He was a quiet good citizen, and a vacant place is felt in the neighborhood and in his home. M. [The Cleveland Morning Daily Herald, (Cleveland, OH) Wednesday, April 16, 1873 - Sub. by Kathy McDaniel]

Bessie May Davies
Bessie May Davies, age 79, of Eastlake, beloved wife of Francis, dear mother of Mrs. Alvin (Suzette) Hahn of Eastlake, and Gail Davies of Mentor, grandmother, sister of Kathryn Wavro, Florence Zickerman, Helen Colemon, Ethel Hoyl [Hoyt] and Jacob, Elsworth, and George Moulter [Molder]. Services 1 p.m. Monday at The Brunner Funeral Home, 8466 Mentor Ave. (Rt. 20), Mentor, where the family will receive friends 2-4 And 7-9 P.M. Sunday. Interment Whitehaven Cemetery, Mayfield. (June 11, 1967, Plain Dealer - Sub. by Ida Maack Recu)

Francis E Davies
Francis E. Davies, age 83, of Eastlake, beloved husband of the late Bessle, dear father of Mrs. Alvin (Suzette) Hahn, and Gall, grandfather, a retired White Motor Tool and Die Maker. Services 3 P.M. Saturday at The Brunner Funeral Home, 8466 Mentor Ave. (Rt. 20) Mentor. [dod Sep 26, 1968] [Plain Dealer - Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Anna L. Dawson
Dawson, Anna L., died Dec 24. Funeral at residence of Mrs. Otto Johnson, Bedford, O., Sunday, Dec 27, at 2:30 p.m. [Cleveland Plain Dealer, Dec 27, 1914]

Eddie Dean
DIED. At Newburg, Ohio, March 11th, 1875, Eddie Dean, son of Mr. E. L. Dean, formerly of his city; aged 14 years. [Gallipolis Journal, (Gallipolis, Oh.) Thursday, March 18, 1875 - Sub. By Kathy McDaniel]

John Dingerstock
Cleveland, O., Jan 2 - John Dingerstock, a mysterious inmate of the city infirmary for 44 years passed away at the age of 104. All that was authenticated about him was a German, his name Dingerstock, and a toymaker. He was 60 years old when committed April 2, 1863. The records remarked that he was slightly demented. [Mansfield News, Jan 2, 1908]

Charles W. Douglas
Douglas, Charles W., 76 years, at Troy, O., Wednesday a.m., for many years a resident of Cleveland. Father of Edwin H. Douglas. Funeral at Troy, Saturday. [Cleveland Plain Dealer, Nov 6, 1920 - Sub by L. Dietz]

Ellen Duffy
Duffy, Ellen, beloved wife of the late John Duffy, at her residence, 7611 Sagamore-av. N.E., on Friday, Dec 25. Funeral service from St. Agnes' church Monday morning, Dec. 28, at 8:30 o'clock. Burial in Youngstown. [Cleveland Plain Dealer, Dec 27, 1914]

Alanson Dwight
DWIGHT, Alanson, currier, Gurnee & Matteson, died Cleveland, O., Aug. 5, 1895, aged 83 yrs. 4 mos. 10 ds. ["Directory of the city of Chicago, Illinois for 1843"; Chicago: Fergus Print. Co., updated and reprinted 1896 - Transcribed by K. Torp]

Charles W. Eagan
Charles William Eagan, 5 m, 84 Pearl, inflammation of bowels.[Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer; 11 Jul 1890]

D. N. Egbert
A Fatal Jump - Last night a singular accident occurred to a passenger on train number three near Apple Creek, just this side of Bismarck. An old gentleman named D. N. Egbert, from Bedford, Ohio, was west bound accompanied by his wife, an old lady, to Billings, Mont., where a married daughter resides. Mr. Egbert had shown decided evidences of insanity while on the journey, his trouble beginning soon after leaving home. It is stated that it was with difficulty that he has been kept from jumping from the moving train several times. Last night, however, he succeeded in doing so. The passengers in the tourist car were asleep at the time and it was not until the train had reached Bismarck that he was missed, when his wife gave the alarm to the train men. The section men were notified and after a search of about four hours found the old gentleman's body in Apple creek. He was dead and apparently had drowned. It is not known whether he jumped into the creek from the car or not. The train runs at a high rate of speed at this point. It is possible that he might have wandered around and fallen into the stream after escaping from the train. [Jamestown weekly alert. (Jamestown, Stutsman County, D.T. [N.D.]), 06 July 1893]

Frederick C Ereon
Ereon. Fred C. Ereon, uncle of Mrs. Arvilla Harrocks, Huge, Edith 6. Horracks, Mrs. June Kortz Morguardt, brother-in-law of Fred W. Kortz, June 26, 1968. Services of Melbournes South Euclid Funeral Home, 4274 Mayfield Rd. (of Belvoir Blvd.), Friday, June 28, at 2 p.m. [dod June 26, 1968] [Plain Dealer, Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

John Ereon
Ereon-John, beloved husband of Rose (nee Roth), father of Ruben, Fred, Rose and Mabel, and beloved grandfather. Tuesday, June 19, [1928] at 1:30 p. m., age 76 years. Funeral Friday, June 22, from residence, 552 E. 124th Street, at 2:30 p. m. Friends invited. 1851 - 1928. Woodland Cemetery Cleveland, Ohio. [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Ruben Ereon
Ereon, Ruben, beloved husband of Ann (nee Gygli), father of Archie Watt, brother of Fred Ereon, Mabel E. Cortz and Rose Horrocks, grandfather of Ronald, residence, 13809 Rugby Rd. Friends received at the Dougherty Funeral Home, 13613 Euclid Ave. Services in the chapel of Knollwood Mausoleum on Sautrday at 2 p. m., with Mr. Harold Nelson Eddy officiating. [pub. May 20, 1955, Cleveland Press - Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Grace Fano
Grace Anna Schieferdecker Fano, 81, of Garfield Heights, Ohio, died Thursday, Aug. 23, 2001. She was born Sept. 20, 1918, in Schuyler County, to Fred Joseph and Anna Marie Doris Miller Schieferdecker. She graduated from Rushville High School. She taught school a few years near Rushville. Then, she worked at the Rushville Telephone office for several years. She married Calvin Fano, who preceded her in death. She was also preceded in death by her parents; three brothers, Elmer, Loren, and Roy; and two sisters, Lena Green and Edith Anderson. Survivors include two sons, James and Martin; one daughter, Joan; a sister-in-law, Erma Schieferdecker; and a nephew, Don (wife Anna Marie) Schieferdecker of Rushville; and several nieces and nephews. Cremation was accorded and a memorial service will be held later in Ohio [The Rushville Times, Sept 12, 2001 page 15, col 2 - Submitted to Genealogy Trails by Sara Hemp]

Agnes J. Faulhaber (nee Youkel)
Beloved wife of the late Frank F.; dear mother of F. Harry, George E., Agnes M. Bartos, Dr. Robert W. and Richard J.; beloved sister of Kathryn and Harry Youkel and Emma Heffernan; grandmother of 13 and great-grandmother of three; Sunday; late residence, 3952 W. 162nd St. Friends received at the Nickels Funeral Home, 14500 Madison Ave. Services Wednesday, May 24, Our Lady of Angels Church at 10 a. m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. (Plain Dealer; May 24, 1961 - sub by Ida Maack Recu)

Frank F Faulhaber
Faulhaber, Frank F., beloved husband of Agnes (nee Youkel), father of F. Harry of Battle Creek, Mich., George, Agnes Marie Bartos, Robert of Paris, France, Richard, and grandfather, brother of William, Justina Marquard, Frances Mueller and Edward. Tuesday, late residence, 20680 Belvidere Ave. Friends received From 2 To 5 And 7:30 To 11 Wednesday, at the Nickels Funeral Home, 14500 Madison. Services Thursday, June 5, from St. Angela's Church, 20930 Lorain Ave. at 10:30 a. m. [dod June 3, 1952] [Cleveland Press, Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Henry T Fawcett
Fawcett, Henry T., of 48 Woodland Dr., Willoughby, O., beloved husband of Clara (nee Fretter), father of Maybell Rothwell, Catherine Coleman, Helen Kraft, George, Henry, Marian McNamara, Bernice Scheeff, grandfather of 13, great-grandfather of four, brother of Henrietta Bushman, and the late James, and Florence Mcade. Funeral Monday, Mar. 22, at the S. J. Kubu & Son Funeral Home, 3271 E. 55 St., at 1:30 p. m. Retired engineer of Erie Railroad, Rev. Waiter Klein officiating. Interment Riverside Cemetery. [Cleveland Press, unknown date - Sub. by Derrell R Robinson Jr]

Mary Ferguson
Mary Ferguson, 55 y, 20 Orwig, crushing of chest wall. [Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer; 11 Jul 1890]

Deyo M Fisher
FISHER, DEYO M. - beloved husband of the late Rosalia; father of Barbara Maher and Warren; stepson of Jay Fleming; brother of Foster and Mrs. Carlotta Younkin of Wellington, Oh. For further information call Finneran Funeral Home.  LI 3933 or Foster Fisher, LI 1-2213 [Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio), Nov. 6, 1960; Sub. by: Kathyrn Todd]

Irene D. Fisher
IRENE D FISHER (nee Dusik), age 72 of Brook Park, passed away suddenly on March 22, 2014.  Irene is survived by Warren, her beloved husband of 49 years.   Loving mo ther of Linda (Scott) Haney and Cheryl (Joseph) Baibak; dear sister of Mary Shepherd, Helen Grove, and preceded in death by: Anna Kobzowicz, Steve Dusik, Alex Dusik and Liz Sasala; cherished grandmother of Michael Pease, Jr. and Matthew Pease.   The fa mily will receive friends in celebration of Irene's life at the Christ Church, 23080 Royalton Road, Columbia Station, where a Memorial Service will be held at  6:30 P M on Thursday, March 27. [The Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH); March 26, 2014; Sub. by Kathyrn Todd]

Rose Fisher
Fisher, Rose (Prechtel), suddenly Sunday, May 26, 1957, at her home, Cleveland, Ohio; age 43; beloved wife of Deyo Fisher; mother of Mrs. William Mayer and Warren Fisher, all of Cleveland; also survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Prechtel, Louisville; sisters Mrs. Gilbert Cheser of Chicago, Ill, Mrs. Harry Douthat and Mrs Louis Thomas, Louisville;  brothers, Fred Prechtel, Louisville; Clarence Prechtel, Galena, Ind.; John Prechte l of Palmyra, Ind.   Burial will be Wednesday at 2 p.m., Cleveland, Ohio [The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Ky), May 28, 1957, Sub. by Kathyrn Todd]

Ralph Fix
FIX, Ralph - beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Fix, brother of Elsie, George and Elmer, passed away Thursday Oct 13, at 5:45 p. m. age 25 years. Funeral Saturday, Oct 15, at late residence, 11417 Whitmore avenue, at 3 p. m. Burial Woodland cemetery. Friends invited. [Plain Dealer, Oct 15, 1921]

Simeon Ford
Oct. 12, 1839 — At Cleveland, Ohio, aged 63, Simeon Ford, a native of Massachusetts, graduated at Williams College in 1798. He was for many years a lawyer of distinction at Herkimer, N. Y., and held important offices under the government of that State. In 1836 he removed to Cleveland, and was soon after elected prosecuting attorney for the county. [Source: "American almanac and repository of useful knowledge", 1840]

Belinda Fox
Fox, Belinda (nee Mulroy), wife of Leonard Fox, died at residence, 2879 Woodhill-rd, Thursday, Dec 24, age 24 years. Funeral Monday, Dec 28, at 8:30 a.m. at St. Edward's church. Interment at Calvary cemetery. [Cleveland Plain Dealer, Dec 27, 1914]

Amanda C Fretter
Fretter: Amanda C. (nee Hassenauer), beloved wife of Frank, mother of Pvt. Jane, sister of Joseph and Minnie of Wapakoneta, O., Sunday, March 18, 1945, late residence. 17713 Larchwood. Funeral Wednesday, March 21. St. Patrick's Church, Rocky River dr., at 9:30. Friends may call at the funeral home of A. R. & C. F. Nunn. 15407 Detroit, ave. Member of Altar and Rosary Society. [Source unknown; Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #027, Mar 20 1945 - Sub. by Derrell R Robinson Jr]

Clara Fawcett
Clara Fawcett (nee Fretter), beloved wife of the late Henry T., mother of Maybell Rothwell, Helen Kraft, George F., Marion McNamara, Bernice Scheeff and the late Catherine Coreman and Henry J., sister of Frank, Henry and Viola Fretter and Elsa Hackbarth, grandmother and great-grandmother. Family will receive friends at the Wm. Abel & Sons Co. Funeral Home, 15317 Euclid Ave. at Shaw, where services will be held Friday, Aug. 6, at 3 p. m. [Plain Dealer, Aug 6 1965 - Sub. by Derrell R Robinson Jr]

Dr. L. H. Fenner
Fenner, Dr. L. H., Cleveland, O., May 5, ae. -, of Norwalk, Ct . He had been in poor health about two months, and a short time previous to his death he took up his abode at the Cleveland water cure, hoping to be benefited by hydropathic treatment . Dr. F; came to Norwalk a little more than a year ago, and became associated with Dr. Titly in the practice of medicine. His correct and gentlemanly deportment, together with the strict attention which he paid to the practice of his profession, caused him to be highly esteemed by our citizens generally. In his death, we feel that our town has lost one of its best inhabitants. [Source: "Annual Obituary Notices of Eminent Persons who have died in the United States for 1858" by Hon. Nathan Crosby; John P. Jewett and Co., pub. 1859.]

Erdmuth Fretter
Fretter - Erdmuth, mother of Frank, Otto, Henry, Elsie, Viola, Mrs. H. Fawcett, Mrs. M. Moran, Mrs. E. Holliday; grandmother and great-grandmother, at residence, 3878 W. 162nd street. Funeral Friday, Nov. 27, at 2 p. m. Friends invited. [Source unknown; Nov. 27, 1925 - Sub. by Derrell R Robinson Jr]

Frank A Fretter
Fretter, Frank A. Fretter, late residence 17713 Larchwood Ave., beloved husband of the late Amanda, dear father of Jane Golden (Mrs. Francis A.), brother of Elsie Hackborth and Viola Fretter. Funeral services Monday, Sept. 15, Corrigan's Funeral Home, Lorain Ave. at W. 148th St. at 3 p.m. Interment Sunset Memorial Park. Family will receive friends Saturday 7-9 P.M., Sunday 3-5 And 7-9 P.M. [Cleveland Press, Sep 15 1969 - Sub. by Derrell R Robinson Jr]

Otto A Fretter
Fretter, Otto A., father of Hulbert Larsen, and grandfather, brother of Mrs. Clara Fawcett, Frank, Henry, Mrs. Elsie Hackbarth, Viola Fretter, the late Mrs. Mathilda, Borchert, Mrs. Anna Moran, Mrs. Emily Holliday, Sunday p. m. Friends may call at The Henry J. Dress Co. Colonial Funeral Home, 15408 Triskett Rd. near Lorain Ave., Until, 11 A. M. Wednesday, Services West Side Evangelical and Reformed Church, W. 38th St. and Bridge Ave., Wednesday, Dec. 9, at 2 p. m. [Cleveland Press, Dec 8 1953 - Sub. by Derrell R Robinson Jr]

Ben G. Gabriel
Gabriel, Ben G., age 63, passed away Sunday morning in West Salem, O., beloved husband of the late Clara, brother of the late Aaron, survived by 1 sister, Mrs. Emily Hasselbusch of West Salem, 1 brother, Earl Collins of Cleveland. Funeral services Wednesday, 1 p. m., at the Matteson Funeral Home, West Salem, O., Visiting Hours Tuesday Afternoon And Evening. Burial Cleveland Heights Cemetery. [July 9 1956, Cleveland Press; Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Clara Gabriel
Gabriel, Clara (nee Schultz), wife of Ben G., daughter of Mrs. Carrie Schultz, sister of Mrs. Ruth Horcn, Mrs. Mildred Beach and William Schultz, passed away Saturday, Oct. 1, late residence, West Salem, O. Friends may call at the G. H. Busch & Son Funeral Home, 4334 Pearl Rd., where services will be held Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 1:30 p.m. [Cleveland Press, Oct 3 1955 - Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Leonard Geitz
Leonard Geitz, 66 y, 103 Wade, cancer. [Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer; 11 Jul 1890]

Valerian Golupski

Valerian Golupski, 5 m, 19 Osmond, cholera infantum. [Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer; 11 Jul 1890]

George Gordon
Died, in Cleveland, on Saturday the 27th ult, George, eldest son of Wm. J. and Charlotte G. Gordon, of scarlet fever, in the 5th year of his age, after an illness of less than three days. [Sandusky Clarion (Sandusky, OH) 5 Feb 1849; tr by KT]

Mrs. Gore

Chagrin Fall, O., Jan 8- Mrs. Gore, an aged woman who has been ill and partly demented, was found dead in a creek here Monday. Mrs. Gore had been living with her son, Otto Gore. Some time in the night she left the house unobserved and went to the creek and removed all her clothes. She walked along the bank a short distance and fell in and was drowned. [Marion Daily Mirror Jan 8, 1907 - Submitted by Linda Dietz]

Jane Gorman
Gorman, Mrs. Jane, 1860 e. 24th., Friday, Dec 25, at 2 p.m., mother of Frank Gorman and Mrs. Nellie Cavanaugh. Funeral Monday, Dec 28, at St. Columbsill's church, 8:30 a.m. [Cleveland Plain Dealer, Dec 27, 1914]

Eric F Graf
Graf. Eric F. Graf, beloved husband of Verna (nee Huge), brother-in-law of Mrs. Lotte Graf, uncle of Miss Liselotte Graf, both of Munich, Germany. Friends received at The Joseph C. Schulte Funeral Home, located in South Euclid, 4090 Mayfield Rd., (East of Noble Rd.). Funeral services St. John Lutheran Church, 4386 Mayfield Rd., Tuesday, Oct. 10, at 1 p.m. [dod Oct 8, 1972] [Plain Dealer (Oct 10, 1972) Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Jake Greer and John Durnberger
Near Wellsville, O., Jake Greer and John Durnberger, river boatmen, quarreled over a woman on the 10th, and both were killed. [Mower County Transcript (Lansing, MN) June 19, 1889, page 2, Sub by RL]

Albert F Grugle
Grugle: Albert F., husband of Hildegard, father of Nalter, Jack and Nancy, brother of Harry, Howard and Arthur, Thursday, June 17, 1943, residence, 1521 Rydalmount rd., Cleveland Heights. Friends may call at Charles Melbourne & Sons, 12737 Euclid ave., where services will be held Saturday, June 19, at 3:30 p. m. [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Arthur W Grugle
Grugle, Arthur W., beloved husband, of Elsie (nee Horn), father of Arthur E. and Jeanne Getson, grandfather of Roger, Dale and Warren Grugle, Carl and Diane Getson; brother of Harry and Howard of Hudson, O., and the late Albert; residence, 10304 Runnywmede Ave. Friends may call at Thomas Funeral Home, 12512 Miles After 7 P. M. Saturday. Services Monday, Dec. 3, at 2 p. m. [Cleveland Press (Dec 1, 1956) Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Howard C Grugle
Howard C. Grugle, of Stowe, beloved husband of Lillian, father of Gloria Doubledee, June Stevner, Dorothy Klaczko, Laura Lowe and Frederick, brother of Harry, passed away Tuesday. Friends received 3-5 and 7-9 P.M. Thursday at The Donald B. Johnson Funeral Home, Hudson, O. Services Friday, Nov. 19, 1965, at 11 a.m. Interment Markille Cemetery. [dod Nov 16, 1965] [Plain Dealer [Nov 18, 1965] Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Walter August Grugle
Born January 15, 1926, entered life eternal on September 20, 2004. Walt graduated from Case Western Reserve University after serving his country in the United States Navy in World War II. He retired from the Burndy Corporation in 1988 and then spent his time as a devout Christian, who gladly served his Lord, avid boater, wordworker, banjo player, and was everyone's friend. He spent most of his time as a member of the Dallas Banjo Band and enjoyed all kinds of music. He is preceded in death by his wife Jacqueline Grugle; Survived by his mate Joyce Lacy, brother and sister-in-law Jack and Arlene Grugle, sister and brother-in-law Nancy and Jack Cammarn, daughter Susan Hickman, son and daughter-in-law Thomas and Bonnie Grugle, Son and daughter-in-law Timothy and Denice Grugle, daughter and son-in-law Anna and Chris Welch and son and daughter-in-law Scott and Ping Lacy, and 12 beautiful grandchildren. We will all miss his big blue eyes, sweet smile, and loving nature. We will always love him and his memory will forever be in our hearts. Family will receive friends from 7-8:30 PM on Wednesday at Restland Funeral Home. Funeral services will be at 10:00 AM on Thursday, September 23, 2004 at Restland's Memorial Chapel. Restland 972-238-7111 [Dallas (TX) Morning News, Sept, 21, 2004 Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Johanna Guenther
GUENTHER, Johanna, 1785 E 87th street, widow of the late William Guenther, passed away Friday afternoon, age 83 years. Notice of funeral later. [Plain Dealer, Oct 15, 1921]

Fred Gygli
Gygli-Fred, beloved husband of the late Verena, father of Frank, Marie E. Smith, Anna Ereon and Robert, and grandfather, passed away, Wednesday, Nov. 27, 1929, age 77 years. Funeral services from the late residence, 13809 Rugby Road, Saturday, Nov. 30 at 2 p. m. [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Robert Prescott Gygli
Robert P. Gygli, a retired general agent for two insurance companies here, died yesterday [Dec 1, 1965] in a nursing home at San Antonio, Tex. He was 66. He formerly lived in Shaker Heights at 18508 Lynton Road and more recently at 2550 Kemper Road. He moved to San Antonio last year. Surviving are his wife, Ruth F.; a son, Robert P. Jr.; a daughter, Mrs. Rollin W. King; five grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Anne Ereon. Private services will be at the Porter Loring funeral chapel, San Antonio, at 10 a. m. Monday. [Plain Dealer, Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Robert Prescott Gygli Jr
Robert Prescott Gygli Jr., 76, of Chagrin Falls, died Nov. 5 [2004]. Born April 21, 1928, he previously resided in Shaker Heights. Educated at University School and Colgate University, he enjoyed studying military history, decoy carving and building military figures and historic ships. In college he was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. A veteran of World War II, he served in the U.S. Army 82nd Airborne Division. Upon completion of his military duty, he was an industrial manufacturer's representative. My Gygli is survived by his daughter, Lynn Gygli (Ian) MacDougall, of Boca Raton, Fla.; sister Marcia Gygli King, of San Antonio, Texas; and grandchildren Colin Boyd and Meghan Rae MacDougall, of Boca Raton, Fla., and Justin Cory-Glass, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He was preceded in death by his parents, Robert P. Sr. and Ruth (nee Farr) Gygli; and his children, Robert P. Gygli III and Karen Mambert Gygli-Glass. A memorial service will be held at 4:30 p.m. Nov. 11 at the Federated Church, 76 Bell St., Chagrin Falls. [Chagrin Valley Times Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Robert Prescott Gygli III
GYGLI - Robert Prescott III, 43, of Parma, OH, died July 6, 1998. He had been an area resident of Boca Raton, FL since 1964 coming from Shaker Hts, OH. Graduate of University of Florida in Gainesville. Obtained a Masters Degree and studied for a doctorate at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. Moved to Cleveland, OH and Birmingham, MI as a systems analyst for a leasing company. Survived by his parents, Jeanne B. (Richard) Gifford and Robert P. Gygli, Jr.; brothers and sisters, Lynn (Ian) MacDougal of Los Angeles, CA., private burial at Boca Raton Mausoleum. Memorials may be sent to Wayside Haven, 378 NE 6th Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33483, c/o Scott Gygli Memorial Fund. Arrangements by Wm. Sullivan & Son Funeral Home, Royal Oak, MI. [South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale) July 12, 1998, pg 7B - Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Ruth Farr Gygli
Ruth Farr Gygli, 98, of Chagrin Falls, died Monday [June 11, 2001] -Stroud-Lawrence, Chagrin Falls. [Plain Dealer, Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

William H. Haber
CLEVELAND, O., April 21— Believed to have become dizzy while watching the foaming waters of Rocky river, William H. Haber, 68, Olmsted Falls, plunged to his death on the rocks 40 feet below Turkey Foot bridge. (Lima News Apr 21, 1930 - Submitted by Linda Dietz)

Fred Hahner
Cleveland, O., Mar 7- Fred Hahner, 23, of Collinwood, called an ambulance and then walked into a livery stable and shot himself. He fell dead at the feet of a hostler, whom a few minutes before he had invited to his funeral. [Lima Daily News Mar 7, 1906 - Submitted by Linda Dietz]

Frank E. Hall
Hall, Frank Edward, on Dec 25. Funeral on Monday, Dec 28, from the late residence, 11012 Wade Park-av. Interment; Lake View cemetery. [Cleveland Plain Dealer, Dec 27, 1914]

Edward Harris
HARRIS, Edward, aged 20 years, beloved son of the late Edward C. Harris and Mary Harris Teichman and brother of Mrs. Maude Taylor, Frances and Ralph, Monday, Oct 10, by accident. Funeral postponed until Monday at 2 p.m. from the residence of Mrs. Taylor, 7320 Guthrie avenue. [Plain Dealer, Oct 15, 1921]

James T. Harrison
Harrison, James T., beloved husband of Margaret Harrison, father of Ida and Joseph, Friday, Nov 5., at 9 a.m. Funeral services at late residence, 1638 Delmont-av, East Cleveland, Sunday, Nov. 7 at 1:30 p.m. Burial at Elyria, O., [Cleveland Plain Dealer, Nov 6, 1920 - Sub by L. Dietz]

Mary Hawkins
Hawkins, Mary, beloved wife of Robert Hawkins and mother of R. J. Hawkins, died at 3:10 a.m. Friday, Dec. 25. Will be buried Monday ay 2 p.m. from the chapel of S. W. Mather at 3277 W. 25th. [Cleveland Plain Dealer, Dec 27, 1914]

Edwin L. Hayes
Hayes, Edwin Lewis, aged 25 years, Beloved son of Mrs, Mary and the late Frederick Hayes, brother of Mrs. M. R. Cleveland, Mrs. John Pruder, Mrs. H. N. Metcalf, Fred, Harry, Arthur and Herbert. Wednesday p.m. Funeral from his late residence, 2511 Willowdale-av, Saturday, at 2:30 p.m. [Cleveland Plain Dealer, Nov 6, 1920 - Sub by L. Dietz]

John Richard Heffernan
Heffernan-John Richard, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Heffernan. Funeral Monday at 2 p.m. from home of Mrs. H. P. Youkel, 6617 Fait ct. [dod Dec 6, 1913] [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Edwin J Henderson
Henderson, Edwin J., age 68; passed away at Mission, Kan., Feb. 23. Remains to be returned to Austinburg, O. Funeral at Austinburg Congregational Church Monday at 2 p. m. Burial in Chagrin Falls (Ducro Funeral Home, Ashtabula, in charge). [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Fred L Henderson
Henderson: Fred L., former resident Cleveland, died Pasadena, Cal., Jan. 21 [1943]; husband of Myra Henderson, father of Lawrence, Berkeley, Cal., and Marion Reynolds, Cleveland. Services Pasadena, Jan. 26. [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Grace H Bradley Henderson
Henderson, Grace H., residence, 41 Cottage St., Chagrin Falls, beloved wife of the late Roy; mother of Eldon L., Mrs. Kathleen Mitner, Herbert G., Raymond E., and grandmother, sister of Bertha ? and the late Maude Sherman and Walter Bradley; suddenly Tuerday. Family will receive friends at Reed's Funeral Home, 87 East Washington St., Chagrin Falls. where services will be held Friday, Jan. 10 at 1:30 p. m. [dod Jan 7, 1958] [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Ira Henderson
Ira Henderson, 86, passed away at 6 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the family residence 1690 Eighth avenue drive. His death followed a lingering illness. Mr. Henderson had lived here for several years and was well known. In addition to his widow, he is survived by one son, F. L. Henderson of Pasadena, California and two daughters, Mrs. A. H. Van Valkenburg of Chagrin Falls, Ohio and Mrs. J. N. Rowe of Bradenton. The body will be shipped tonight via the Seabord Air Line Cleveland, Ohio for internment. It will be accompanied by Mrs. Henderson and Mrs. Rowe. The Wakeman Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. [Chagrin Falls Exponent, Oct 14, 1927, Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]
Henderson - Ira, beloved husband of Talitha, father of F. L. Henderson, Pasadena, Cal., Jennie M. Rowe, Bradentown, Fla., and Mrs. A. H. Van Valkenburg, Chagrin Falls, Ohio, passed away at his home in Bradentown, Fla., Wednesday, Oct. 5, 1927. Funeral at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Van Valkenburg, 167 E. Washington street, Chagrin Falls, O., Sunday, Oct. 9, at 2:30 p. m. [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Charles Herbold
Charles Herbold, 3 ½ y, 298 Herald, cholera infantum. [Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer; 11 Jul 1890]

Carrie B. Herriott
Carrie B. Herriott (nee Selleck), late residence, 37 South Franklin St., Chagrin Falls, beloved wife of Albert T., sister of Otis Earl and the late Ray T. Selleck, Monday a. m. Family will receive friends at Reed's Funeral Home, 87 East Washington St., Chagrin Falls, where services will be held Wednesday, June 20, at 1:30 p. m. (Source: Plain Dealer, Jun ? 1962 - Sub. by Ida Maack Recu)

Anna C Daedlow Heuer
Heuer, Anna C (Nee Daedlow), 1920 Kapel Dr., beloved wife of William A., mother of Robert L., grandmother of Darlone and David, sister of Mionie Adams, Henry and Arthur Daedlow, Linlian Kearney and ? Heintz, suddenly Wednesday, March 29. Friends received at the F. Ziehm Co. East Cleveland Home, 13633 Euclid Ave. at Forest Hills Blvd., Friday 3-5 And 7-9 P. M. Services Saturday, April 1, at 1:30 p. m. [dod Mar 31,1961] [Plain Dealer - Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Wilhelmine Heuer
Heuer, Wilhelmine, died Dec. 25, at 1:25 p.m., age 67 years. Funeral Monday, Dec. 28, at 1 p.m., from the residence, 4149 E. 135th-st. Services at Sixth Reformed church on Wendel-av at 2 p.m. [Cleveland Plain Dealer, Dec 27, 1914]

Cassius Hoagland
Hoagland, Cassius C, husband of Anna L. (nee Post), Thursday, 2 p.m., aged 56 years. Funeral from the late residence, 2113 w. 87th-st Monday, Dec. 28, at 2 p.m. (Auburn (N.Y.) papers please copy) [Cleveland Plain Dealer, Dec 27, 1914]

David Hoffman and Helen Page
CLEVELAND , Jan. 2.—When a small auto crashed into a bus on a slippery country road near here early today two occupants of the small car were killed and several were Injured. Returning from a New Year dinner at Dover Center, the small car skidded as it was passing the bus, plunging into the bigger vehicle. Helen Page and David Hoffman were killed. [Lima Daily News Jan 3, 1917 - Submitted by Linda Dietz]

Emily Holliday
Holliday, Emily (nee Fretter), beloved wife of the late James, mother of Mildred and James F., grandmother of Dennis, sister of Clara Fawcett, Frank, Otto, Henry, Elsie Hackbarth, Viola Fretter, Anna Moran (deceased), Sunday a. m., residence, 3878 W. 162 st. Friends may call at The Henry J. Dress Co. Colonial Funeral Home, 15408 Triskett rd., near Lorain ave., where services will be held Wednesday, Dec. 29, at 2:30 p. m. [Source unknown;, Dec 25 1943 - Sub. by Derrell R Robinson Jr]

James Holliday
Holliday, James, beloved husband of Emily (nee Fretter), father of Mrs. Mildred Sisler and James, jr., brother of William, Harry, Arthur, Charles, Jesse. Mrs. Daisy Flynn and Elizabeth, passed away Friday, Aug. 10. Services at the late residence, 3878 W. 162d St., Tuesday, Aug. 14, at 2:30 p. m. 1934. age 55. Alger Cemetery Cleveland, Ohio. [Aug 13 1934, Cemetery Record - Sub. by Derrell R Robinson Jr]

Mrs. Holmes
Death of an Aged Lady
Mr. Daniel Homes, of Hayward street, was called from the city yesterday by the announcement of the death of his mother, which occurred in Niagra county, N.Y. Mrs. Holmes was the sister of the late Hon. John W. Taylor, who died in this city in 1854, and of Elisha Taylor, who died here in 1863. Mrs. Holmes was ninety-eight years of age at the time of her death. [Sunday, May 19, 1889, Cleveland Leader (Cleveland, Ohio); Page: 7]
Ruth W. Horen

Ruth W. Horen (nee Schultz), of 18931 Renwood, Euclid, O., beloved wife of William daughter of Carrie and the late William Schultz, sister of William Schultz, Mildred Beach and the late Howard Schultz, and Clara Gabriel, Sunday, Feb. 28th. Friends received Tuesday, 3-5 And 7-9 P. M., at the P. Ziehm Co. Funeral Home, 13633 Euclid Ave. at Forest Hills Blvd., where services will be held Wednesday, Mar. 3, at 3 P. M. [Source: Cleveland Press, Mar ? 1965 - Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Annabele Horn
Horn, Annabele, of Willowick, beloved wife of Walter, mother of Mr. Guilbert Hunt, and grandmother, sister of Bessie Davies, Katherine Wayto [Wavro], Florence Zickerman, Helen Coleman, Ethel Hoyt, Harold, Ellsworth and George Molder. Friends may call at Davis Funeral Home, 4154 Clark Ave., Willoughby, where services will be held Saturday at 1:30 p. m. [Oct 4, 1957, Cleveland Press - Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Walter H Horn
Walter H. Horn, beloved son of Mrs. George Horn, husband of the late Annabell, father of Mrs. Gilbert M. Hunt, brother of Mrs. Arthur Grugle and Raymond. Friends may call After 2 P. M. Wednesday at the Silas F. Richards & Son Lake Shore Home, 15230 Lake Shore Blvd., where services will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. [dod Oct 2, 1962] [Plain Dealer, Oct 1962 Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

William Horn
Horn, William, beloved husband of Helen M., son of Ida and the late George, brother of Walter, Mrs. Elsie Grugel, and Raymond, Wednesday, Mar. 14, late residence, 10810 ?non Ave. Friends may call at Calf. Kaufmann & Sons Funeral Home, 3365 W. 25 St., where services will be held on Saturday, May 17, at 1:30 p. m. the Rev. H. Richard ? of the Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Church, officiating. Interment Brooklyn Heights Cemetery. [dod May 13, 1958] [Cleveland Press, May 15, 1958 Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Carrie Mae Cowper Horrocks
Horrocks, Carrie Mae (nee Cowper), wife of the late Augustus; mother of Katherine Smith and Harry Horrocks; sister of Charles, Harry, Arnold, D. Eugene and Nellie Cowper; Dec. 24, Friends may call at the Carnegie Home of the Millard Son & Raper Co., Carnegie at E. 105th St., where services will be held Saturday, Dec. 27, at 3 p. m. [dod Dec 24, 1947] [Plain Dealer - Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Edward H Horrocks
Horrocks-Edward H., beloved husband of Anna E., (nee Tipping), 1386 E. 93d st., passed away Dec. 16, [1915] at 11 p. m., aged 51 years. Funeral Monday, Dec. 20, at 3 p. m. from Wade Park M. E. church. Interment at Lakeview cemetery. [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Gust Charles [Charles Augustus] Horrocks
Horrocks: Gust Charles, beloved husband of Carrie, father of Mrs. Catherine Smith and Harry Horrocks, and grandfather; brother of Nellie, Harry, Percy and Norman; Friday, April 24, at 11:20 a. m., age 51 years. Funeral Monday, April 27, at Albert E. Ziehm Funeral Home, 7618 Superior, at 2:30 p. m. [dod April 24, 1936] [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Jack B Horrocks
Dr. Jack B. Horrocks, husband of Renee I., father of Laura B. Horrocks, James Mandley and Monette Mandley, son of Jeanette Horrocks suddenly Tuesday, Aug. 31, 1965, residence, 2765 Euclid Hts. Blvd. The family will receive friends at the East Cleveland Home of Rinear & Son, 13136 Euclid Ave., at Idlewood, where services will be held Friday, Sept. 3, at 1:30 p.m. [Plain Dealer, Sept. 3, 1965, Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Percy B Horrocks
Horrocks, Percy B [Bedell]., beloved husband of Jeanette; father of Dr. Jack B.; brother of Harry, Norman and Mrs. G. H. Roudebush of Carrollton, O.; passed away, New Smyrna Beach, Fla. Friends may call at the Wm. Abel & Sons Co. Funeral Home, 15333 Euclid Ave., near Shaw, where services will be held Friday, March 3, at 2 p. m. [dod March 2, 1950] [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Rose P Ereon Horrocks
Rose P. Horrocks (nee Ereor), beloved wife of Harry, mother of Mrs. Arvilla Huge and Miss Edith Horrocks, grandmother of Kenneth H. O. Huge. Visiting Hours Wednesday 2-4 And 7-10 P. M. at the Joseph C. Schulte South Euclid Funeral Home, 4090 Mayfield Rd., East of Noble Rd., where services will be conducted Thursday, July 11, at 3:30 P. M. Please Note Change Of Time Of Service. [dod July 8, 1963] [Cleveland Press, Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Walter Horrocks
Horrocks: Walter, beloved husband of Emma, father of Nellie, Harry, Charles, Percy and Norman, at his residence, 10202 Elk Ave., June 6, [1931] Remains at the William Abel & Sons Co. Funeral Home, 15317 Euclid Ave., corner Shaw, where services will be held Tuesday, June 9, at 2 p. m. [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Arthur C Horrocks
Arthur C. Horrocks of 8951 Elm St., Brecksville, beloved husband of Virginia (nee McCreery), father of Fay Wright of Marion, Ind., and Marjorie Crocker of Dearborn, Mich., grandfather of five, brother of Ruth Sprague Edward J. Douglas R. Friends may call Sunday 2-5 And 7-10 P. M., at Cassidy Dillow Wood Funeral Home, 8969 Brecksville Rd., Brecksville, where services will be held Monday, July 23, at 1:30 p. m. [dod July 20, 1962] [Plain Dealer, July 22, 1962 Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Oliver Hough
Died, in Cleveland, Ohio, December 28th, of inflammation of the bowels, Oliver Hough, formerly of Martinsburgh, aged 65 years.  [The Journal And Republican (Lowville, N Y) – Wednesday, January 2, 1861; JD, Sub by FoFG]

Prof. T. B. Hudson
Hudson, Prof. T. B., Olmstead, O., April 2, Ae. 39. Prof. H. was born in Chester, Geauga Co., O., in 1819. His father was a physician. At 18 he entered the Western Reserve College, where he studied and nearly accomplished the course, but left before graduating, and returned home. His father's circumstances did not admit of much aid for him, so that he was indebted chiefly to his own self-sustaining energy. His thirst for knowledge and perseverance carried him through difficulties which would have disheartened a less resolute mind. When the Oberlin Institution was opened he formed in the principles of the school his own views of learning; and in 1837 or 1838 he was called to teach mathematics. For 20 years he had been connected with Oberlin College as a professor of mathematics and the languages. The intelligence of Prof, H.'s death will carry sincere and poignant grief wherever this good man has visited, pleading for the enslaved. There will the tidings of his painful death occasion great grief, that such a powerful champion of liberty has fallen in times of trial and peril. [Source: "Annual Obit uary Notices of Eminent Persons who have died in the United States for 1858" by Hon. Nathan Crosby; John P. Jewett and Co., pub. 1859.]

Arvilla M Huge
Arvilla M. Huge (nee Horrocks), beloved wife of the late Oscar E., mother of Kenneth H. O. Huge, grandmother of Anne and Karen, sister of Miss Edith Horrocks. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday, March 12, at 1 p.m. at The Joseph C. Schulte Funeral Home, Located In South Euclid, 4090 Mayfield Rd. (East Of Noble Rd.). [dod March 8, 1974] [Plain Dealer, March 12, 1974 Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

August F Huge
Huge: August F., age 82 years, of 20430 Almar Dr., Shaker Heights, husband of the late Elizabeth (nee Herbkersman), father of Lydia Leppelmeier, Amelia Noetzel, Daryus, Emma Herbkersman, Lucy Wilson, Harry, Rilla, Pearl and the late Christian and William, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 2, Now at Stastny's Funeral Home 4170 Lee Rd., where services will be held Saturday, Nov. 5, at 2 p. m. 11/2/1932. age 82. Highland Park Cemetery Warrensville, Ohio. [dod Nov. 2, 1932] [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Henry Huge
Huge-Henry, husband of the late Matilda Huge, died Thursday, Nov. 8 [1917], aged 76 years. Funeral from the late residence, Bluestone rd., South Euclid, Sunday, Nov. 11, at 2 p. m. and from St. John's Lutheran church, South Euclid, at 2:30 p. m. 1841 - 1917. St. John's Cemetery Cleveland, Ohio. [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Julius H Huge
Huge: Julius H., brother of Ernest, Martin, Mrs. Minnie Grosser, and Oscar and of the late Nettie, Christine and Frieda. Services will be held on Monday, July 24, at 2 p. m., from his late residence. [dod July 21, 1939] [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Leonard F Huge
Leonard F. Huge, beloved son of the late William and Louise, brother of Ina Sammer, Verna Graf, and Evelyn Lindstrom. Services at St. John Lutheran Church, E. 176 St. and Nottingham Rd., Wednesday, at 1 P.M. Friends may call at The Stanley H. Johnston Funeral Home, 15314 Macauley Ave., dorner E. 152 and Lake Shore Blvd. Please omit flowers. Visiting Hours Tuesday 2 To 4 And 7 To 9. [dod Aug. 8, 1971][Cleveland Press, Aug. 10, 1971 Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Louise C. Huge
Louise C. Huge, residence, 17926 Olympia Rd., beloved wife of the late William, mother of Ina Sommer. Leonard, Verna Graf, Evelyn Lindstrom, grandmother and great-grandmother, sister of Martha Huge, Dorothea Elbrecht and Albert Prasse. Friends may call 2-4 And 7-9 P. M. Tuesday at The Stanley H. Johnston Funeral Home, 15314 Macauley Ave., corner E. 152 and Lake Shore Blvd. Services at St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, E. 176 and Nottingham Rd., Wednesday, at 1:30 [Dec 14 1965, Cleveland Press; Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Matilda Huge nee Huth
Huge-Matilda, wife of Henry Huge, died June 6, [1915] age 65 years. Funeral Thursday, June 10, from late residence, Bluestone rd., South Euclid, O., at 2 p. m. from St. John's Lutheran church, Mayfield rd., 2:30 p. m. [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Oscar Ernst Huge
Oscar E. Huge, beloved husband of Arvilla (nee Horrocks), father of Kenneth H. O. Huge. Friends received at The Joseph C. Schulte South Euclid Funeral Home, 4090 Mayfield Rd., east of Noble Rd., where services will be conducted Thursday, Dec. 30, at 3 p.m. [dod Dec. 22, 1965] [Plain Dealer, Dec 30, 1965 Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Wilhelmina Huge nee Huth
Huge-Wilhelmina (nee Huth), widow of the late Ernst Huge; beloved mother of Ernst, Martin, Julius and Oscar, Mrs. Nettie Roepke, Mrs. Christina Linnet, Mrs. Frieda Dremann and Mrs. Minnie Grosser; grandmother and great-grandmother; passed away at her residence, Warrensville Center road, South Euclid, O., Tuesday, [Feb. 24, 1925] at 4 p. m. Funeral private at 2 p. m. Friday. Burial Lake View Cemetery. [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

William Emil Huge
Huge-William, beloved husband of Louise (nee Prasse), father of Ina, Leonard, Verna and Evelyn, Thursday, Nov. 22, [1928] at 10:20 p. m., age 48 years. Funeral Saturday, Nov. 24, from residence, 18000 Olympia Road, at 1:30 p. m., and from St. Peter's Lutheran Church, E. 79th and Sherman Avenue, at 2:30 p. m. 1880 - 1928. St. John's Cemetery Cleveland, Ohio. [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Mrs. H.J. John
Cleveland, Aug 30 - Mrs. Dr. H. J. John, died in Cleveland this morning. [Cleveland Plain Dealer, Aug 31, 1917 - Sub. by Linda Dietz]

Elizabeth Judd
Elizabeth Judd, 67 y, 165 Jennings, cancer. [Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer; 11 Jul 1890]

William T Kearney
William T. Kearney, beloved husband of Lillian (nee Daedelow), dear father of Mrs. Audrey Seavey and Mrs. Jean Holderbaum, grandfather of Daniel Holderbaum, Mary and William Seavey. Memorial service 7:30 P.M. Thursday, Sept. 11, at The Rinear Funeral Home, 5236 Mayfield Rd., Lyndhurst (East Of Richmond). Interment Private. [Sept. 9, 1975] [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Marguerite Kelley
KELLEY, Marguerite (nee Doty), at the residence of her parents, 1339 E 143d street, age 23 years, 6 months; beloved twin of Frank, sister of Mrs. C. A. Jacoby, Mrs. J. E. McMahon and Mrs. H. J. Lyons. Funeral from St. Philomene's church Monday morning, 9 a.m. [Plain Dealer, Oct 15, 1921]

Moses Kelly
Class of 1833 - MOSES KELLY, son of Daniel and Mary (Roupe) Kelly, was born at Groveland, New York, 21 January, 1809. He was prepared for college at the school at Temple Hill, Geneseo. Immediately after graduating, he began the study of law in the office of Orlando Hastings, Esq., of Rochester, N.Y., and with him completed his three years' course. In 1836 he removed to Cleveland, Ohio, and formed a partnership with his friend, classmate, and chum, Thomas Bolton, which continued twenty years. In 1839, Mr. Kelly was chosen city attorney. In 1844 and 1845 he was a member of the state senate. In September, 1866, Pres. Johnson nominated him United States attorney for the northern district of Ohio. This office he held till the March following, when the senate refused to confirm the appointment.
He died 15 August, 1870, of pulmonary consumption, after an illness of some months. He was an excellent lawyer, and in equity law stood pre-eminent. After his death, resolutions were passed by the members of the bar of Cuyahoga County, expressing in the strongest terms their sense of his worth as a lawyer and a man. Mr. Kelly married, in 1839, Jane, daughter of Gen. Howe, of New Haven, Conn., by whom he had six children, as follows: Frank Howe, born 21 May, 1840; Jane Eliza, born 28 January, 1842; George D., born November, 1844; Margaret S., born 16 June, 1846; Mary, born July, 1848, died July, 1863; Clara, born June, 1850.
The close connection and long intimacy between the subject of this notice and the last preceding one, should not be passed by in a sketch of their lives. They were both natives of Western New York, and were born in the same year, 1809. They were fitted for college in the same school. They were chums and inseparable companions in college; and the names of "Bolton and Kelly" were always together on the lips of their classmates. Parted only during their years of professional preparation, they came together again, three years after graduating, to form a partnership, which continued for twenty years, and resumed a friendship which lasted until death, on which even they were separated by a space of less than six months. For many years they lived next to each other on Euclid Avenue, in houses exactly alike. Their life-long intimacy was the more remarkable, because of the wide difference in the characters of the two. Their tastes and habits of mind were not only unlike, but diametrically opposite. Mr. Kelly was a churchman and a conservative; Judge Bolton a radical in church and state. The former had much benevolence, the latter much thriftiness. Mr. Kelly had trained powers of thought and learning; Judge Bolton, homely common sense and sagacity. Each was consistent and faithful to his ideal. [Source: "The Necrology of Harvard College 1869-1872"; published 1872; Tr. by K. Mohler]

Bertha M Kent
Kent: Bertha M. (nee Henderson), age 56 years, Thursday evening [May 22, 1930], beloved wife of the late Harry K. Kent, mother of Mrs. Milton M. Beattie and Eloise E. Kent, sister of Edwin J. Henderson of Austinburg, O., and Roy G. Henderson of Chagrin Falls, O. Services to be held from the late residence, 46 Franklin Avenue, Chagrin Falls, O., Sunday, May 25, at 2 p. m. [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Harry K Kent
Kent-Harry K., at Chagrin Falls, O., with pneumonia, after brief illness, on Jan. 31, 1911. Funeral from late residence, Friday, at 1 p. m. standard. 1873-1911. Evergreen Hills Cem. Chagrin Falls Ohio. [Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Mrs. Frank Kinsey
Gilmore, June 12 - Mrs. Frank Kinsey, 34, died at her home here. [Plain Dealer June 13, 1919 - Submitted by Linda Dietz]

Mary Knittle
Knittle, Mrs. Mary, wife of the late Joseph Knittle, died Dec. 26 at 7: 45 a.m. at the residence of daughter, Mrs. N. Fringly, 1419 Denison-av. Funeral Tuesday, Dec 29, at 9 a.m., St. Ignatius church. [Cleveland Plain Dealer, Dec 27, 1914]

Mabel Ereon Kortz
Kortz, Mabel E. Loving wife of Fred W.; mother of Mrs. June K. Marquardt; sister of Fred Ereon, Mrs. Rose Horrocks; Tuesday, June 20, 1961; her home was at 3799 Glenwood Rd. Friends may call at Chas. Melbourne & Sons, 12737 Euclid Ave., where services will be conducted Thursday, June 22, at 3 p. m. [dod June 20, 1961] [Plain Dealer, Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Mary E. Krebs
KREBS, Mrs. Mary E., beloved wife of Justus G., and mother of Clifton and Elmer, passed away Thursday evening, Oct 13, at 9:15 p. m. Funeral services at Woodland Avenue Presbyterian church Saturday, Oct 15, at 2:30 p.m. [Plain Dealer, Oct 15, 1921]

Gustave F. Laganke
LAGANKE, Gustave F., beloved husband of Pauline F. (nee Toth), father of Hazel, brother of Charles F., and Mrs. john Eggert, at his residence, 7306 Linwood avenue. Funeral Monday, Oct 17, at 2:30 from Evangelical church, E. 73th street, near Woodland. [Plain Dealer, Oct 15, 1921]

Anni Lawson
The body of Mrs. Anni Lawson, 31, of Cleveland, who died Thursday in the Lima state hospital, was shipped Friday to Cleveland for services and burial. She had been a patient in the hospital for the last two years. The Patterson funeral home was in charge of arrangements. [Lima News, Apr 3, 1942]

Joseph M. Lewallen
Joseph M. Lewallen, father of Michael, Joseph and Melissa, husband of Sandra, beloved son of Stanley and Leila (nee Beherns), step-son of Rose Ann, brother of Clara Fay, Gwendolynn, Steven, Rodney C., and Dawn Marie, step-brother of Lee, Theresa, and Henry .  Pl ease join his family at his funeral service Thursday, September 14, in the Carey funeral Home, at 11 a.m.  Visitation 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Wednesday at the John L. Carey Fun eral Home, 6318 Lorain Ave. (Parking across the street).  All services terminate at the funeral home.  Interment private. [The Plain Dealer (Cleveland, O H) – Wednesday, September 13, 1978]

Stephen Clayton Lewallen
Stephen Clayton Lewallen, beloved husband of Katherine, dear father of Yvonne Rene, Henry John and Stephen Clayton, brother of Douglas Craft, Rodney Curtis, Clara Faye Gallandre-Lebhar, , Gwendolyn, Connie Lou Skender, Dawn Marie, loving son of Stanley Lewallen and Leile Ellen Craft.  Funeral services Corrigan Funeral Home, Lorain Ave . at W. 148 St., Friday at 8:30 p.m.  Interment Wartburg, Tenn.  Family will receive friends Friday 3-5 and 7 until time of services. [The Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH) – Friday, December 4, 1981]

Ralph Lucas

Cleveland - The coroner was investigating Tuesday how Ralph Lucas, 12, broke his neck while coasting. After playing around with several other boys, Lucas complained of being tired and then fell dead. Doctors found his neck had been broken. [Lima News, Jan 6, 1920 - Sub. by Linda Blue Dietz]

Henry F. Lyman
LYMAN, Henry F., suddenly Thursday morning, Oct 13, age 67; husband of Jessie Lyman (nee Keith) and father of Katherine Corbusier and Guy S. Lyman. Funeral from the Church of the Covenant on Euclid avenue, opposite Cornell road, Saturday at 3 p.m. Please omit flowers. [Plain Dealer, Oct 15, 1921]

Chester Lynn
Chester Lynn, 30 y, C & P railway, accident. [Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer; 11 Jul 1890]



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