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Clyde Bain
A little after 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon the parties engaged in the search of Clyde Bain succeeded in recovering his body about forty feet below the new covered bridge, caught in a log. The body was in good condition, and looked perfectly natural. Drug nets were used, and a great crowd witnessed the recovery of the boyd. Rev. Bain appeared on the scene shortly after.

Adam Bender
BENDER - Adam, dearly beloved husband of Anna Bender (nee Baldinger) and beloved father of Harry and Elmer Bender, Mrs. Norma Moran and Mrs. Mildred Marsh, Tuesday, March 16, 1943, at residence, 212 Peete St., aged 59 years.  Funeral services Friday, March 19 at the Riedlinger Funeral Home, 19 Green Ct. at 2 p. m.  [unknown source, March 17, 1943; Sub. by FoFG]


Frank Bender
BENDER - Frank, beloved husband of Mary Jane Bender, dear father of Mrs. Alma Maine, Agatha Gray and Leroy Bender of Melbourne, Ky., Monday, August 16, 1954; residence, 102 West Clifton Ave.  Friends may call at Nurre Bros, Fairview-Clifton Funeral Home, 345 West McMillan St., Wednesday from 4 to 10 p. m.  Requiem high mass Thursday, August 19, at the Cathedral of St. Monica, at 9 a. m. [unknown source, August 17, 1954; Sub. by FoFG]


John Henry Bender
BENDER - John Henry, Monday, July 30, 1917, at 2:30 a. m. at Louisville, Ky., beloved husband of Mary Bender (nee Richter) in his 54th year.  Funeral from residence of his son-in-law, Edward Baldinger, Bridgetown-rd, Summit, O., Thursday at 10 a. m.  Interment at German Protestant Cemetery, Walnut Hills.  Friends invited. [unknown source, July 31, 1917; Sub. by FoFG]


Harvey J. Bender
BENDER - Harvey J., beloved son of Mary Richter Bender and the late John Bender, father of Mary Belle Lambing, passed away Wednesday, July 19, 1944, in his 53rd year, residence, 2035 Auburn Ave.  Funeral from Vitt & Stermer Western Hills Funeral Home, 3425 Harrison Ave., Cheviot, Saturday, 2 p. m.  Westwood Council, Junior O.U.A.M. No. 129, please meet at funeral home, Friday, 8:30 p. m. for services.  [unknown source, July 20, 1944; Sub. by FoFG]

Mary M. Bender
BENDER - Mary M. (nee Richter), wife of the late John H. Bender and dear mother of Mrs. Edward Baldinger, Mrs. John Duschinski, Mrs. James Carter, Elmer, Alvin and Ralph Bender, entered into rest Thursday, November 16, 1944 , in 76th year.  Funeral from the John C. Gump Funeral Home, 3440 Glenmore Ave. at Herbert, Cheviot, Monday, November 20 at 2 p. m.  Friends may call after noon Sunday. [unknown source, November 17, 1944; Sub. by FoFG]


Olive M. Bennett
DIED, On Thursday, November 19, at 1:50 a.m., Olive M. Bennett, wife of C. N. Bennett, aged 42 years. Funeral on Saturday, the 21st inst., at 11 a .m., from the residence of Mr. J. Grose, Springdale. Carriages will leave the office of Estep & Meyer, 241 West Seventh street, at 8 a.m., to convey all who may wish to accompany the remains to Spring Grove Cemetery.
[Cincinnati Daily Gazette (20 Nov. 1874) - MZ - Sub by FoFG]

Rev. L.W. Berry
Cincinnati, O., July 23, (1858) ae. 43. Dr. B. was born in Alburgh, Vt., in 1815. He entered the traveling connection, in the Ohio Conference, at the age of 18. He succeeded Dr. Simpson in the presidency of the Indiana Asbury University in 1848. After remaining for about six years in charge of this institution, he accepted the presidency of the Iowa Wesleyan University at Mount Pleasant. He remained in connection with this institution for about three years. In the summer of 1857 he resigned his place at Mount Pleasant, and took charge of a new college enterprise in Missouri. He labored with all that zeal and energy for which he has always been noted to build up the Jefferson City University. [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. Transcribed by Kim Mohler]

Truman Bishop

DIED at Cincinnati, on the 13th inst. the Reverend Doctor TRUMAN BISHOP, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, after a protracted illness, in which he suffered much bodily affiction. Doctor Bishop was a man of the most exemplary piety; of great learning; an eminent preacher, and an amiable and useful citizen in private life.
["The Scioto Gazette", (Chillicothe, OH) Wednesday, January 28, 1829 - Submitted by K. Ortman]

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; transcribed by Kim Mohler.]

Barbara Jean Botto
BOTTO, Barbara Jean, beloved wife of Kenneth Botto devoted mother of Tony Botto and stepmother of Diane Botto, dear daughter of Harold and Joy Moyer, granddaughter of George and Sylvia Shadoan, daughter-in-law of Raymond and Olivia Botto.  Sat., Sept. 27, 1980.  No visitation.  Private services at the convenience of the family.  Thomas Memorial in charge of arrangements. [Cincinnati Enquirer (OH), Sept. 30, 1980; Sub. by Kathyrn Todd]

Kenneth J. Botto
BOTTO,  Kenneth, Beloved husband of Charlotte Botto for 28 years.  Loving father of Tony and Diane.  April 23, 20018.  Visitation Friday 6-9 a.m. at Witt, Good & Kelsch Funeral Home, 3026 Madison Rd. at Oakley Sq.   Mass of Christian Burial  Saturday 10 a.m. at St. Cecilia Church, 3105 Madison Rd.  [Cincinnati Enquirer (OH), April 24, 2008; Sub. by Kathyrn Todd]

Olivia Rose Botto
Olivia Rose, nee Schnell, Botto beloved wife of the late Raymond Botto; dear mother of Mrs. Donald (Leah) Botto, Lee, Ray (Cynthia) Botto, Pamela Santos, Geraldine Maag and the late Kenneth Botto; dear grandmother of 15,  Olivia is the last of 13 children of Frank J.and Julia (Buechler) Schnell, age 94, died June 12, 2008.  Residence Madison Place.  Visitation:  Witt, Good and Kelsch, 3026 Madison Rd, at Oakley Sq., Sunday 4-6 p.m..  Mass of Christian Burial at St. John Vianney, 4448 Berwick, Monday at 10 a.m..  [Cincinnati Enquirer (OH), June 14, 2008; Sub. by Kathyrn Todd]

Raymond C. Botto
Raymond C. Botto, beloved husband of Olivia R, nee Schnell, Botto; devoted father of Pamela Santos; Geraldine Maag,  Donald, Leo, Ray, and Kenneth Botto; grandfather of 13; great grandfather of 19.    Feb. 23, 1993, resident of Madison Place. D.A.V. Chapter #110  will meet, Thursday at 7:30 p.m.. Visitation at Witt, Good, and Kelsch Funeral Home, 3026 Madison Rd. at Oakley Square, Thursday from 6-9 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial at St. John Vianney Church, Friday 9:30 a.m. [Cincinnati Enquirer (OH), Feb. 25, 1993; Sub. by Kathyrn Todd]

Mary Brashear
MIDDLETOWN, March 19. - Mrs. Mary Brashear died very suddenly about twenty minutes past 1 o'clock this afternoon, of apoplexy. Mrs. Brashear was sixty two years old. She was born at Springdale, near Cincinnati, 1818. She was married to B. F. Brashear in 1834, at Springdale, at the home of her parents. Immediately after their marriage they came to Middletown and commenced housekeeping on Brondway, two doors' north of Fifth street. She has lived in the same house since. Mrs. Brashear raised a large and happy family, eight of whom are living - Mrs. Dr. Charles Barnetz, of Middletown; Mrs. Webb, of Middletown; Mrs. Lizzie Robertson, of Centralia; Mr. James Brashear, of Mansfield; Charles E. and Harry Brashear, of Middletown. Her death was very unexpected. She was up town this morning as happy and apparently as well as those around her.
[Cincinnati Daily Gazette, 20 Mar. 1880 - MZ - Sub by FoFG]

Major H. B. Brown
Cincinnati, O., Nov. 7, (1858) ae. 40. Major B. was born in Kentucky, of a respectable family, received a good education, studied law, and was admitted to the bar early, was afterwards for many years connected with the press, and went to Cincinnati some ten years ago, when he became connected with one of the journals, but subsequently practiced his profession. In 1853 he was sent to the Ohio legislature, was elected prosecuting attorney of the Police Court in 1855, and re-elected in 1857. He was a man of warm affections, and bore the sufferings of his long illness with patience.
[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. Transcribed by Kim Mohler]

Edward Burnett
Believed to Have Been Murdered
MANSFIELD, O., May 18.- Edward Burnett, the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago engineer who was found in his cab about a week ago, with a wound in his skull, died last night. Since the occurrence a bloody club has been found in the woods near the scene and it is believed he was murdered. He never recovered consciousness.  [Sunday, May 19, 1889; Cleveland Leader (Cleveland, Ohio); Page: 7]

Eden Burrowes
Eden Burrowes, one of the pioneers of Warren county, fell asleep on- the 28th ult., at the age of 92. He removed from New Jersey to Cincinnati in 1796, and settled in Warren county in 1802. For half a century he carried on the business of tanning and farming on an extensive scale, and boar a spotless reputation.
[Source: Holmes County Republican.,Millersburg Holmes County Ohio April 22, 1858 - JR - Sub by FoFG]




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