Charles Adelbert Carroll
Thursday, Februray 7, 1952
Charles Adelbert Carroll, 53, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Carroll, the former founder of the G. & C. Foundry here, died early Thursday at Providence Hospital following a brief illness. Born April 11, 1898 in Cleveland, Mr. Carroll resided at 222 42nd-st, and was a past commander of Commodore Denig Post of the American Legion; a member and past president of the Last Man's Club; a past state officer of the 40 and 8 of the Legion, and active in his early life in Scouting. Mr. Carroll was a member of SS. Peter and Paul Church and a World War 1 veteran.
Surviving are his widow, the former Paula Dubois; a son, John J., at home; two daughters, Mrs. Lee Roy B. Neff, and Mrs. James D. Leibacher, both of Sandusky; two grandchildren; two brothers, J. E. Carroll, president of the foundry, and Edward B. J. Carroll, of rural Vickery. His father died in 1936 and his mother in 1939. Friends may call at the Charles J. Andres Sons' Funeral Home after 7 p.m. Saturday. Other arrangements will be announced later.
Friday, Februray 8, 1952
Rites for Charles A. Carroll, who died Thursday, will be held at 8:15 a.m. Monday at the Charles J. Andres Sons' Funeral Home and at 9 a.m. at SS. Peter and Paul Church, the Rev. D. S. Hunter, officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Saturday.
Tuesday, Februray 12, 1952
Rites for Charles A. Carroll, World War 1 veteran and former American Legion commander, were held at the Charles J. Andres Sons' Funeral Home and at SS Peter and Paul Church Monday morning, the Rev. D.S. Hunter, officiating. Burial was in Oakland Cemetery. The American Legion color bearers and color guard was composed of Hugo Allendorf; Woodrow L. Bauer, James A. Gillette, Carl R. Goodsite, Harold E. Miller and Reinhard N. Ausmus.
Active and honorary pallbearers were members of the Last Man's Club of which Mr. Carroll was a member. Honorary pallbearers were Dr. F. J. Maher, V.J. Moore, Dr. George H. Heiler, William Souter, Judge John Baxter and Frank Weller. Active pallbearers were Marc B. Freeman, Maurice I. McGory, C. J. Tremaine, George Eger, Dom Cua and William Ferback.
Edla Hildebrandt Conklin
BERLIN HEIGHTS – Jan. 10 – Mrs. Edla Hildebrandt Conklin, 71, died Wednesday evening in her home on Newton st., Norwalk, after a lengthy illness. She had lived in Berlin Heights until moving to Norwalk eight years ago and was a member of the Methodist Church here and the Rebekah Lodge in Norwalk. Surviving are her husband, Benjamin; two sons, Arthur Hildebrandt, Prosser, Wash. and Wilson Hildebrandt, Petaluma, Cal.; two daughters, Mrs. Harry Peck, Vermilion and Mrs. Lewis Green, Berlin Heights; 12 grandchildren; a brother, C. W. Cullen, Windsor, Ontario and two sisters, Mrs. Lola Large and Mrs. Hugh McDonald, both of Leamington, Ontario. Friends may call after Friday noon at the Hinman Funeral Home, where services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, the Rev. James Carey, officiating. Burial is to be in Riverside Cemetery.[The Sandusky Register Star-News (Sandusky, OH) – Thursday, January 10, 1957]
Friday, January 25, 1952
Willie Cooks, 56, World War 1 veteran and soldiers' Home resident, died at the Home Hospital early Friday. A native of Register, Ga., Mr. Cooks served with Company C, 402nd Reserve Labor Battalion. There are no immediate known survivors. The body is at the Keller Funeral Home pending completion of arrangements.
Saturday, January 26, 1952
The body of Willie Cooks, 56, World War I veteran who died at the Soldiers' Home Hospital Friday, has been sent to Mansfield for services and burial there Monday.
Dr. W. A. Crecelius
Thursday, January 17, 1952
Dr. W. A. Crecelius, 85, retired Sandusky physician, died at the home, 325 Franklin-st, early Thursday following an extended illness. A Life-long resident of Sandusky and vicinity, Dr. Crecelius retired from active medical practice 15 years ago because of ill health. He inaugurated his practice here in 1903 and prior to that time had spent four years in Reedtown, Ohio.
He was a graduate of Ohio Northern University at Ada, and Cleveland Homeopathic Hospital, later interning at Cleveland City Hospital. Surviving are his widow, the former Mary Louise Connors; a daughter, Mrs. Don Whittaker of Sandusky; three grandchildren and a brother, Albert, Hiram, O. Dr. Crecelius was preceded in death in 1928 by a son, Billy. Friends may call at the Lutz Funeral Home afer 4 p.m. Friday, where services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, the Rev. Richard Belsan, officiating. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery. It has been requested that flowers be omitted.
Sunday, January 20, 1952
Rites for Dr. W. A. Crecelius were held Saturday afternoon at the Lutz Funeral Home, the Rev. Richard Belsan, officiating. Burial was in Oakland Cemetery. Pallbearers were homer, Albert, Paul and Robert Crecelius, and Edward and William Scheid.