Curtis W. Neal
The United Press Findlay, August 28- Curtis W. Neal, of Springfield, who came to visit his son, died at a local hospital yesterday from typhoid fever. He was 72 years old. The body was sent to Springfield. [Lima Morning News Aug 29, 1909 - Sub. by L. Dietz]
Gerald B. Nelson
SANTA FE, N.M. -- Hancock County native Gerald B. Nelson, 76, of 1713 Santa Fe River Road, Santa Fe, N.M., died Thursday night at St. Vincent Hospital, Santa Fe, N.M.
There will be no funeral. The body will be cremated.
Mr. Wilson was born Jan. 10, 1912 in Hancock County to Howard and Opal (Shafer) Nelson. He married Margaret (Harmes) on June 12, 1938 and she survives.
Also surviving are a daughter, Jean Nelson Barger, Silver City, N.M., and two grandchildren.
Mr. Nelson was chief pharmacist for the Santa Fe Drug Co., Santa Fe, N.M. He was previously a pharmacist for the former S&S Drug Store and managed Brookside Pharmacy, both in Findlay.
He moved to New Mexico about three years ago. [THE COURIER, Findlay, Oh., Sat. 3 Sep. 1988 - Sub. by William Ream]
Margaret Harmes Nelson
MARGARET (HARMES) NELSON, formerly of Findlay, died Wednesday, April 21, 1999, in Silver City, N.M. She and her late husband Gerald managed Brookside pharmacy while they resided in Findlay. Local survivors include one sister, Mrs. James E. (Norma) Dipert. [THE COURIER, Findlay, Oh., Mon., 26 Apr. 1999 - Sub. by William Ream]
Mary Ann Newell
Findlay Ohio: Mary Ann Newell, well-known Findlay woman, died in her residence at 221 West Lincoln street at 8pm yesterday morning after an illness of seven weeks from infirmities of age. Mrs Newell who would have celebrated her 93rd birthday this summer was born 3 Sept 1844 the daughter of Moses and Mary A. (Oman) Elsea of Eagle township, Hancock County. She had lived here her entire life. She was married 18 Jan 1865 to Joseph P. Newell who preceded her in death. Three children were born one of whom died in infancy. The two who survive are Mrs Samuel P Laub, 133 Elm street, here, and Mrs Charles Flinchbaugh at the Newell residence on West Lincoln street. She was the last of 12 children. Following are grandchildren, H.C., Miss Inez Laub, and Joseph N. Flinchbaugh of Jackson township. The body was taken to the Coldren funeral home yesterday and later to the Lincoln street residence. Funeral servives will be conducted at 3:30 Friday afternoon from the First Methodist church of which Mrs Newell was a lifelong member. Burial will be in the mausoleum at Maple Grove cemetery. [unknown newspaper, 13 May 1937; Sub. by Teresa Haines Rigney]
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