Iola M. Eddy
Mrs. Iola M. Eddy, widow of Charles A. Eddy, died at her home here today.[Cleveland Plain Dealer, Feb. 2, 1917]
BODY OF MAN TAKEN FROM BAY WATERS
Tuesday, January 15, 1952
The body of August Ehlert, 60, Toledo, was found Tuesday morning about 10:35 o'clock, floating in Sandusky Bay about 50 feet off the end of the Jackson-st dock. Mr. Ehlert was last seen in municipal court this morning after he had a $50 intoxication fine suspended pending good behavior, police reported. He was arrested yesterday. Fire Chief Wilson McLaughlin said Mr. Ehlert had a bump on the head and it may have been caused from the large cakes of ice floating in the bay or it may have resulted from something that his head struck. Deputy Erie-co Coroner, Dr. James E. Walker withheld a verdict pending further investigation. Fireman launched the small emergency boat and battled wind-driven waves to reach the body.
Friday, January 18, 1952
Rites for August Ehlert, 61, Tuesday drowning victim, were held Thursday afternoon at the Charles J. Andres Sons' Funeral Home, the Rev. J.A. Griffith, officiating. Burial was in Oakland Cemetery. Mr. Ehlert, a World War 1 veteran, member of the Disabled American Veterans and Veterans of Foreign Wars in Sandusky, resided in Homeville. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. John Naumann of Toledo, and a brother, William, Tampa, Fla.
Sandusky, Mar 29 - Christian Engels, 60, and Anthony Bach, 80, died at their homes today. Mr. Engels at Put-in-Bay and Mr. Bach in this city. [Cleveland Plain Dealer, Mar. 30, 1917]
Clarence E. Ernest
Sunday, January 6, 1952
Clarence E. Ernest, 76, Spanish-American War veteran, died at the Soldiers Home Hospital early Sunday. A native of Maryland, he served with Company C, Fourth Volunteer Infantry. Surviving is a brother at Bethesda, MD. The body has been sent to the Robert H. Pumphrey Funeral Home, Bethesda, for services Wednesday. Burial will be in Eldbrooke Cemetery, Bethesda. The Keller Funeral Home was in charge of local arrangements.