Erie County, Ohio
Mrs. Flora Lattimer Taylor
Mrs. Flora Lattimer Taylor, 42, 1454 C-st, died Friday following a lingering illness. A member of St. Stephen's A. M. E. Church, Mrs. Taylor was an employe of the Philco Corp., prior to her illness. Surviving are two sons, Henry and Leonard, at home; a daughter, Mrs. Josephine I. Quinn, Oberlin; a granddaughter; three brothers, Edward Lattimer of Sandusky; Charles of Oberlin and Alfred of New York City and three sisters, Mrs. Charles Grissom of Sandusky, Mrs. Ledora Salle, Lorain, and Mrs. Gladys Huston, Battle Creep, Mich.
Friends may call at the Charles J. Andres Sons' Funeral Home beginning Saturday evening. At 10:30 a.m. Monday, the body will be removed to St. Stephen's A.M.E. Church for services at 1:30 p.m., the Rev. E.B. Jordan, officiating. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery. [Friday, February 15, 1952]
Services for Mrs. Flora L. Taylor were held Monday afternoon at St. Stephen's A.M.E. Church, the Rev. E.B. Jordan, officiating. Burial was in Oakland Cemtery. Pallbearers were Robert and London Gant, James Quinn, Thomas Watts, Fulton Graves and Robert Sallee, Jr. [Sunday, February 17, 1952]
Henry Thomas, 84, formerly of North Monroeville, died Friday night at his S. Columbus-av. home. Among survivors in addition to his widow is a son, Ambrose of Norwalk.
The body is at the Charles J. Andres Sons' Funeral Home pending completion of arrangements. [Friday, January 4, 1952]
--- Rites for Henry Thomas were held at the Charles J. Andres Sons' Funeral Home Monday morning the Rev. William Bade, officiating. Burial was in Oakland Cemetery. [January 7, 1952]
S.H. Thompson, who sold his farm recently in Russell county, and moved to Milan, Ohio, died in that town a few days ago, and was brought to Finney's Siding, in Russell county on last Tuesday and buried. Mr. Thompson owned a fine farm in Ohio. [Clinch Va lley News. (Jeffersonville, Va.), 15 Jan. 1909]
Sandusky, Aug 18- The funeral of former Deputy Probate Jude Charles Traub, who died Friday, will be held tomorrow afternoon from the Elks' club rooms, in accordance with a request made by Traub just before he died. [Plain Dealer, Aug 18, 1918]