Hamilton County Ohio
Genealogy and History
Obituaries and Death Notices
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Asa Kellogg, commercial agent for the "Sunset Route," with headquarters at Cincinnati, suicided at the Southern hotel, St. Louis. [The Indiana State Sentinel; (Indianapolis, IN) April 3, 1889]
Charles A. B. Kemper
DEATH OF AN OLD CITIZEN - Mr. Charles A. B. Kemper, one of the oldest natives of Hamilton County, died yesterdaymorning, at eleven o'clock, at his residence, near Glendale. Mr. Kemper was born on Walnut Hills, and at the timeof his death was sixty-seven years of age. He was a farmer, and for many years an elder in the Presbyterian Churchat Springdale. [Cincinnati Daily Enquirer (6 Sept. 1871) - MZ - Sub by FoFG]
George H. Ketchum
Ketchum, George H., Cincinnati, Ohio, May 17, ae. -, of the legal firm of Ketchum &Headington, of that city. He was formerly a citizen of Versailles, K y., and was an intelligent, agreeable gentleman - one of the most prominent lawyers of the Cincinnati bar, and a man of spotless integrity. [Source: "Annual Obituary Notices of Eminent Persons who have died in the United States for 1858" by Hon. Nathan Crosby; John P. Jewett and Co., pub. 1859.]
KILGORE, John, Esq., Cincinnati, Ohio, April -, Ae. 61. He was president of the Little Miami Railroad, and is said to have been worth a million of dollars, the earnings of his own industry. He was a native of England, but had lived in Cincinnati since 1818, actively engaged in mercantile and subsequently in banking business. [Source: "Annual Obituary Notices of Eminent Persons who have died in the United States for 1858"by Hon. Nathan Crosby; John P. Jewett and Co., pub. 1859.
DIED, In this city on Saturday evening last, after a long and painful illness,GEN. EDWARD KING, an able, eloquent and distinguished member of the Cincinnati Bar, and formerly Speaker of theHouse of Representatives of the Legislature of this State. His loss is a severe affliction both to his family andthe public. He lived beloved, and died lamented. -- Cincinnati Whig, Feb. 8.
We willingly insert the proceedinigs of the Bar of Chillicothe, on the death of GEN. EDWARD KING, conforming aswe do with the feelings of the whole community, in which he was generally known and highly esteemed.
Tribute to Gen. Edward King: At a numerous meeting of the Bar of Chillicothe, holden at the Clerk's office, agreeably to notice, on motion ofWilliam Creighton, jr. the Honorable Frederick Grimke was called to the chair, and Joseph. F. Grimke, President[The Scioto Gazette, (Chillicothe, OH) February 17, 1836 - Submitted by K.Ortman]
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kleving
In Cincinnati Herman Kleving, a carpenter out of work, fatally cut his wife's throat and his own. [The Argus (Caledonia, Houston, MN), December 30, 1893, p.1]
KRIEG - Ottilia Clara (nee Aust), beloved wife of Charles Krieg, beloved mother of Mrs. Charlotte Wolff, Mrs. Virginia Rhonemus, Clifford, Frank and Ralph Krieg and sister of Mrs. Mary Busam and George Aust, Wednesday, April 9, 1947, age 60 years; residence 142 Peete St., Cincinnati. Funeral from the John J. Radel Co. Funeral Home, 822 York St., Newport, Saturday, April 12, at 9:30 a. m. [unknown source, April 10, 1947; Sub. by FoFG]
Tuesday, Dec. 17, at his residence, 320 Cedar street (Hamilton Co, TN), in the65th year of his age. Internment at Mount Olivet cemetery, notice of funeral in tomorrow's Times. Deceased cameto Chattanooga about a year ago from Cincinnati, of which city he was one of the pioneers. Mr. Krug is the fatherof Mrs. J. K. Kuhn and of George E. Krug, of this city. Mr. Adam Krug, notice of whose death appeared in yesterday'stimes, will be buried this morning at 9:30. Funeral will take place from St. Peter's and St. Paul's church, Chattanooga,Tn. ["Chattanooga Times", December 1889 - Submitted by rama1923]