Hamilton County Ohio
Anna Warren Marble
Marble, Mrs. Anna Warren, widow of Danford, actress, died, Cincinnati, O., March 11, 1872, aged 56-3-10. [Source: "Directory of the city of Chicago, Illinois for 1843", Chicago: Fergus Print. Co., repub. 1896 ]
Death From Consumption
Charles Martens, a young Cincinnatian, of perhaps 23 years of age, died at Tryon City, N. C., Tuesday night of consump-tion. He came to Asheville to benefit his health, and died while on a visit to Tryon City. He was a member of the Odd Fellows, and the local lodge will inter the body in Riverside cemetery to-morrow. [Asheville Daily Citizen. (Asheville, N.C.), January 01, 1891]
Albert L. Martin
Albert L. Martin, a well known river engineer, died at his home in Springdale, O., Saturday of consumption. The funeral services will be conducted by the I.O.O.F., in Cumminsville, today, May 11, at 1 p.m. [Cincinnati Daily Gazette (11 May 1874) - MZ - Sub by FoFG]
Gen. Stephen J. McGroarty
Gen. Stephen J. McGroarty died at his residence, near Cincinnati, last Sunday morning. He was one of the bravest officers of the late war. He was elected Clerk of the Courts of Hamilton county at the late election. [Gallipolis Journal, (Gallipolis, Oh.) Thursday, January 06, 1870 - Sub by Kathy McDaniel]
Died at his seat in Clear Creek township, Warren county, Ohio, Fergus McLean, father of the Hon. Judge McLean, of the United States Supreme Court, 91. He moved with his family to the place in which he died in 1798, and was one of the pioneers of the Miami valley. He was a practical Christian, he lived to see all his children professors of religion and after numbering more than the allowed "four score and ten," he was taken from them. [The Vermont Watchman and State Journal, Montpelier, Vermont, February 28, 1837]
'Squire Samuel McLean, one of the oldest pioneers of Springfield Township, died Tuesday afternoon on his farm, between Glendale and Springdale, at the advance age of seventy-four, of chronic inflammation of the bladder. He was attended in his last illness by Doctors Reed and Judkins, and every thing done to render his condition as pleasant as possible while he lasted. He had lived on the farm over forty years, had held the office of Justice of the Peace for several successive terms, and was familiarly known as 'Squire. He leaves six sons, who live in various parts of the country, and his wife, who is seventy years old. His remains were buried near Springdale yesterday at one o'clock . [Cincinnati Daily Gazette (1 Oct. 1872) - MZ - Sub by FoFG]
McRoberts, Senator Samuel, d., Cincinnati, O., Mar. 27, 1843, a. 44. [Source: "Directory of the city of Chicago, Illinois for 1843", Chicago: Fergus Print. Co., repub. 1896 ]
Henry C. Mereness
Died - Henry C. Mereness after an illness of nine days died at Cincinnati, Ohio, on Wednesday, the 8th of February, aged 21 years and 7 months. (The Lewis County Republican (Martinsburgh, NY) – Wednesday, February 15, 1854; JD, Sub by FoFG)
Mrs. Benjamin Miller, of Cincinnati, Ohio, a former resident of Fort Wayne and a grand daughter of the late Dr. T. P. McCullough, one of Fort Wayne's early pioneers, is dead In California, according to word received here by her cousin, Miss Harriet Fowler, of this city.
Mrs. Miller was before her marriage Miss Ella McCullough and was born and spent the early part of her life In this city. After graduating from the Fort Wayne High School, the decedent completed a course in the Art Institute at Cincinnati Surviving besides the husband are Mrs. P. E. Pickard and Miss Fowler, cousins of this city, and an aunt, Mrs. Jason McVay, of Columbus O.
[Source: "Fort Wayne News Sentinel", 17 Jun 1918, BZ - Sub by FoFG]
Mrs. Abraham Moch, wife of the well-known clothing merchant of that name, died suddenly from paralysis last Wednesday night. Soon after dinner she retired to her room for some purpose, and her absence was so long that it attracted attention. She was sought for and found lying on the floor in an unconscious condition. Physicians were called in and every thing possible done to relieve her, but all efforts were unavailing. She lingered on unconscious until about three o'clock Thursday morning, when she died.
Mrs. Moch was an estimable lady, with a large circle of warm and appreciating friends. She leaves five small children. The body was taken to Cincinnati for interment. Mr. Moch has the sympathy of the community. [Gallipolis Journal, (Gallipolis, Oh.) Thursday, March 30, 1876 - Sub by Kathy McDaniel]
Francis M. Munson
Class of 1871 - FRANCIS MERTON MUNSON. A.M.; LL.D. St. John's Coll., 1896. B. 26 Aug., 1848, Cincinnati, O. Chaplain 1st Reg. Del. Vols. Span.-Am. War. Rector. D. 2 May, 1907, Philadelphia, Penn. [Source is: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1906-1907, Hanover, N.H. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.]
Francis B. Mussey
Class of 1840 - FRANCIS BROWN MUSSEY. Born, Nov. 23, 1819, Hanover, N.H. Son of Reuben Dimond (D.C., 1803) and Hitty (Osgood) Mussey. Graduated Ohio Medical College, Cincinnati, 1844. Practiced Portsmouth, Ohio, 1844-61. Surgeon of the Thirty-third Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 1861-63. While in the service he contracted inflammatory rheumatism from which he never recovered, and on account of which he abandoned his practice to a great degree after 1872. For a few years he practiced in Cincinnati, Ohio, with his brother, W.H. Mussey (D.C., 1869). He spent two years at Hot Springs, and once began practice in Texas, hoping for restoration of health.
Died, May 12, 1900, Glendale, Ohio.
Married, Apr. 27, 1847, Mary Boynton of Ohio, who died in 1897. Children: Reuben D., Hattie O., Fred B., all living.
[Source: "Dartmouth College Necrology, 1899-1900", Hanover, N.H., Dartmouth Press, 1899. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.]