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Obituaries and Death Notices

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Grace Campbell
A telegram was received this morning bringing the sad news of the death at Cincinnati last night of Miss Grace Campbell, daughter of Mr. T. C. Campbell, of this city, after a brief illness. The news was a shock to her relatives and friends. The family had not heard from her for a few days, and thought from this that she was improving. The funeral will occur to-morrow at 10 a. m. at the residence.  [The Evening Bulletin. (Maysvi lle, Ky.), June 11, 1894]

Robert Carson

CINCINNATI , Dec. 24. - Robert Carson, 70, former mayor of Lockland, died at a hospital here last night as a result of injuries suffered when he was struck by an automobile truck last week. [Plain Dealer (25 Dec. 1921) - MZ - Sub by FoFG]

Wilbert Cave
LOCKLAND, O. - Wilbert Cave died October 7, 1887, aged fourteen months. Mrs. Cave has the sincere sympathy of her many friends. [Cleveland Gazette (3 Mar. 1888) - MZ - Sub by FoFG]

Jabez Chickering
Chickering, Jabez, of Dedham, Mass., was drowned about 8 miles from Cincinnati, Ohio, 4 May 1832, after the stage coach upset. (18 May 1832) [Source:  Vital Records From The National Intelligencer, by George A. Martin; tr. by Transcription Team]

Charlie Clemens
Harry Stevens and Charlie Clemens, small boys, undertook to rehearse a border drama on the 10th at Cincinnati, and both were fatally wounded by the carless handling of their revolvers. [Mower County Transcript, (Lansing, MN), pg. 2; June 19, 1889]

Rebecca S. Clevenger
DIED. Wednesday, February 19, at 12:30 p.m., at the residence of James Shephard, Lockland, Ohio, Mrs. Rebecca S. Clevenger, aged 73 years. The funeral will take place at the Lockland Presbyterian Church, Friday, 21st, 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are invited to attend. [Cincinnati Daily Gazette (22 Feb. 1879) - MZ - Sub by FoFG]

Joseph S. Conner
Class of 1865 - JOSEPH SANBORN CONNER. B. 30 June, 1844, Cincinnati, O. Grad. Cincin. Law Sch., 1868. Judge Court Com. Pleas, O., 1882-87; Prof. Med. Jurisp., Univ. Cincin., 1900-04; Pres. N.E. Soc. of Cincinnati, 1903; Pres. Natl. Conf. Episcopal Ch. Clubs of U.S., 1903; Gov. Soc. Colonial Wars, State of Ohio, 1904; Pres. Ohio Soc. Sons of Revolution, 1906. Trustee of many charitable foundations and Pres. or Dir. of numerous business corporations in Ohio. Lawyer. D. 11 July, 1911, Cincinnati, O. [Source is: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1910-1911, Hanover, N.H. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.]

Phineas S. Conner
Class of 1859 - PHINEAS SANBORN CONNER. A.M.; M.D. Jefferson Med. Coll., 1861; LL.D., 1884. B. 23 Aug., 1839, West Chester, Penn. Physician. Prof. Surg., Cin. Coll. Med. and Surg., 1866-67. Prof. Chem., Med. Coll., Ohio, 1867-69. Prof. Surg. Anat., 1869-70; also 1875-76; Prof. Anat. and Clin. Surg., 1876-78. Prof. Surg., Dart. Med. Sch., 1878-1902. Ass't Surg., 1861-65. Brev. Major U.S.A., 1865-66. D. 26 Mar., 1909, Cincinnati, O. [Source is: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1908-1909, Hanover, N.H. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.]

Thomas Cook
DIED - In this City (Clinton, IA), on the 7th inst., Thomas Cook, aged 58 years, after a long and protracted illness which he bore with Christian fortitude. Our loss is his gain.  Cincinnati papers please copy. [Clinton Herald (Clinton, Iowa) Dec. 12, 1863]

Elvira Cooper
In Cincinnati, Miss Elvira Cooper. (12/17/1817, re-published in "Ohio Source Records" by Ohio Genealogical Society]

John H. Corbett
Cincinnati, Sept 1 - John H. Corbett, aged 26 years, of 3631 Spring Grove avenue, employed on an ice wagon, fell unconscious at Fairfax and Woodburn avenues yesterday and was taken to the City hospital, where he died shortly afterward. Death was pronounced due to acute alcoholism. [The Middletown News, Sept 1, 1905 - Sub. by Teresa Haines Rigney]

Minor L. Corwin
DIED Thursday, April 30, 2 o'clock a. m.. at his residence. Wyoming, Ohio, after two years' sickness, Minor L. Corwin, aged 47 years. Deceased was born in Newburg, Warrick County, Indiana. Funeral from his residence, Friday, May 2, at 3 o'clock p. m. Friends invited. ["Cincinnati Daily Gazette" - 01 May 1879 - BZ - Sub by FoFG]

Cronin (child)
At Cincinnati on the 10th Michael Cronin, a laborer, while drunk threw a teacup at his wife. The missile missed Mrs. Cronin but killed a thirteen-months-old child. [Mower County Transcript (Lansing, MN) June 19, 1889, page 2]

Alpheus Cutter
Alpheus Cutter, a prominent citizen, died at the Grand Hotel, Cincinnati, on the night of the 1st. [New Ulm Review, (New Ulm, MN), pg 1; Jan. 9, 1878]


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