[H] Hocking County Ohio Obituaries

The Democrat Sentinel
May 15 1930
Another Veteran Claimed By Death
Zoath Hammond Served Through Duration of Civil War
With the death of Mr Zoath Hammond, aged 84, which occurred about 4 o'clock Sunday morning at his home on North Walnut street, Hocking County suffered the loss of another Civil War Veteran. Mr Hammond, whose death was due to heart trouble, had not been well for the past month. The deceased was born in November 1845, near Murray City. It was here that the earlier years of his life was spent in the mining of coal. Later he located on a farm in Green Township and 15 years ago, moved to Logan. He was a member of the M.E. Church and just within the past few weeks had been made an honorary member of the Elks Lodge of Logan.
Enlisted When Young
Mr Hammond had enlisted in the army and was carrying a musket at the age of 16 years. Through special arrangements, he was allowed to re-enlist as a veteran volunteer at Hiltonhead, South Carolina on January 1 1864 for the duration of the war. He was mustered out in May 1865. During his war career, Mr Hammond was wounded three times, twice by gunshot and once with a boyonet. He held membership in the James K Rochester Post of the G.A.R. and for the past several years had served this organization as vice commander.
Taps Are Sounded
Surviving are: two daughters, Mrs Nora Lewis of Zanesville and Mrs Charlotte Hiles of Haydenville, four sons, Gene of Trimble; Sylvester of Murray City; William of Floodwood and Andrew Hammond of Nelsonville; and two half brothers, Reuben Black of Michigan and Andy Blake of Logan. Funeral services were conducted at the First M.E. Church, Tuesday at 2 PM with the Rev J R Fields officiating. In the funeral cortege were representatives of the Civil War, the W.R.C. and a drum corps. A bugler from the American Legion sounded taps as the body was being lowered in the grave at Oak Grove cemetery.
The Hocking Sentinel
February 07, 1884
Death of W E Harden
Our community were startled by the announcement of the sudden death of our fellow citizen, W E Harden, wgich occurred at his residence near Ewing, Ohio, January 23 1884. he died of heart disease, aged 55 years, 2 months and 6 days. He was a citizen much respected by everybody in his neighborhood. He was married to Miss Lucety Harsh. This union proved to be a happy one, blessed with eleven children, three of whom preceeded their father into eternity. The funeral was largely attended, notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather. May the God of creation, consolation and riches, comfort and strengthen the bereaved family.
T.S.M.
The Hocking Sentinel
May 17 1900
Miss Laura N Hamer, daughter of Mr B W and Mrs Mary Hamer, was born in Logan, and died May 2", 1900 at the age of 44 years. Returning from a visit to her sister in Columbus she was taken sick, and after a painful illness, which she endured with much patience, she died at the home of her mother. Miss Hamer had a number of relatives and friends in Logan and all have the sympathy of all in this their hour of sorrow. At the request of Miss Laura, Dr Harley J Steward of the Presbyterian hurch, of which she was a member, made her a daily visit for about three weeks, conducting a short service each day. She often spoke of her hope in Jesus. The funeral service conducted by Dr Steward, was largely attended.
The Logan Republican
Aug 10 1933
Aged Widow Dead
Mrs Eliza HANSEL, 87, Succumbs Wednesday Evening
Mrs Eliza Hansel, 87, died Wednesday at 10 pm at her home on the corner of Warner Avenue and Chhurch Street. She was the widow of George Hansel, a Civil war veteran, and is survived by a daughter Mrs John Hansel of near Union Furnace, two sons Charles of Akron and Elmer of Oklahoma and a sister living in Ft. Wayne, Ind. Funeral arrangements, under the supervision of Harden Company, had not been completed at press time.
The Ohio Democrat
March 31 1904
Chas Hansen
Dies in California-Was Son of Mr and Mrs John Hansen of This City.
[Vinton, Iowa, Eagle.]
Charles M Hansen, son of John and Mary M Hansen of Vinton, Iowa, was born in Hocking county, Ohio, September 29, 1867, and died at Los Angeles, California, March 17, 1904. His boyhood was spent in Logan, Ohio. He graduated from the Logan high school in 1885 after which he began his preparation for the profession of law. Five years were spent in study and one in travel and then in the winter of 1891 he began his business career as conveyancer and legal advisor for B. F. Jacobs of Chicago. In the autumn of that year he was married to Lou J Miller, of Logan, Ohio. They lived in Chicago four years. Then came a severe attack of inflamatory rheumatism, which left a weakened heart condition that made active business life impossible. Mr Hansen closed up his affairs in Chicago, exchanged his Irving Park residence for a similar one on Coronado Beach, San Diego, California and went there to live with the hope of regaining his health. Finally with health apparently restored he began the practice of law in Los Angeles. Success crowned his efforts. Prosperity and happiness were his again in large measure. Six weeks ago his old trouble returned. Four weeks ago he was taken to the hospital. His brother, Dr Homer A Hansen, of Columbus, Nebraska, and his sister, Mrs Roy F Harsh, lately of this city, were with him during his entire illness. Charles Hansen has departed. Thank God, he lived. His life brought joy to all who knew him. He was the best of sons, the best of brothers, the best of men.
The Democrat Sentinel
May 28 1925
JUNCTION CITY YOUTH BURIED HERE
Funeral services for Lewis Hartman 15, of Junction City, Ohio were conducted at St John's Catholic church this city at 9:30 Friday morning. Rev Fr. Dunn of Junction City officiated. Interment was made in Oak Grove cemetery. Lewis Hartman was the son of Mr and Mrs Will Hartman former Logan residents. His death occurred Tuesday when the dairy truck which he was driving was struck by a fast passenger train at a road grade crossing. It is said that there was a freight on the siding at the time of the accident and young Hartman stopped in an effort to locate any coming trains. It is thought the smoke from the freight partly obscured his view and as he drove on the tracks the train bore down on him. The body was horribly mangled. He was one of the most valued employees of the Clouse-Snyder Dairy Co. The business houses of Junction City closed Friday for the funeral. The deceased was a nephew of Martin Hartman, this city and John Hartman of Marion township.
The Athens Messenger
May 29 1931
Mrs Hamilton Dies
LOGAN, May 29--Heart trouble caused the death of Mrs Alice Hamilton, 52, [might be 62] widow of Azariah Hamilton, at her home in Third Street, at 11 o'clock Wednesday night, following a short illness. Mrs Hamilton lived on a farm east of this city until a few years ago when, with her husband, who was an invalid for years, she moved to this city. She leaves ten children and three brothers and three sisters. While the funeral arrangements have not been completed, they will be held at the Iron Street Christian Church with the Rev P S Kreider in charge. Burial will be made in Oak Grove Cemetery.
The Ohio Democrat
March 08, 1906
Dr Hane Dead
Dr Tunis R Hane, of Columbus, died here Sunday morning, at 9:30, of a complication of rheumatism and heart disease. His death was very sudden, coming, as it did, while Mr hane was apparently in good health otherwise than his trouble from rheumatisim.
Dr Hane was a dentist by profession, his offices being located at 67 1//2 North high Street, Columbus. But eight months ago he was married to Miss Cora Wright, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Wright, at whose home he died. His wife has been ill also for some time.
Funeral services were from the Wright residence, at two o'clock Wednesday afternoon. The remains were interred in Oak Grove Cemetery.
Dr Hane is survived by his wife, parents, three brothers, and two sisters. A large number of friends and relatives from Columbus and elsewhere, including the Glee Club, of which he was a member, attended the funeral. He was a genial gentleman, and his death comes as a personal shock to his large concourse of frinds in this community.
The Hocking Sentinel
Mar 13 1884
Obituary.
Anna Mary Hansel was born February 5th, 1805, died February 1st, 1884, aged 78 tears, 11 months and 26 days. She was united in holy wedlock with Geo. Hansel in 1829. Ten children were born to this union, 4 sons and 6 daughters. Her husband, one son and two daughters had preceded her to the Spirit Land. She leaves as mourners 3 sons, 4 daughters, 63 grand children and 27 great grand children.
For many years she had been a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, for a time she was a member of the U B Church because of the non organization of the church of her choice.
She departed this life in great peace, and in hope of Immortality in the better land. We miss her smiles and motherly counsel. May God in mercy bless the mourners and friends. Peace to her ashes.
Samuel Whitmore.
The Hocking Sentinel
June 4 1896
Death of Isaac Haines
Mr Isaac Haines, one of our most esteemed citizens, died at his home on last Saturday afternoon, after a brief illness. He waa taken sick on Tuesday, congestion of the brain, and died at 4 o'clock SUnday following.
Mr Haines was a native of Perry county, born at Junction City where he learned the trade of shoe making with his elder brother William Haines. He removed to Logan shortly after the close of the war, and generally was a shop hand for Mr W R Bowlby. He was a gallant soldier, serving from the beginning to the end of the war. He was a member of the town council, serving his second term, and one of the most useful members of that body.
His funeral was on Tuesday from thr M E Church, of which he was an exemplary member. Rev Rudisill conducted the religious excercises, assisted by Rev Dr Moore. He was a Mason which order had direct charge of the funeral ceremonies. the council and city officials attended the funeral in a body. His remains were interred in Oak Grove Cemetery.
Democrat Sentinel
Aug 9 1909
Soloman Harsh, the son of John and Christena Harsh, was born in Falls township, Hocking county, Ohio, Feb 14th., 1822. On Dec. 9th, 1847 he took as his partner in joys and sorrows, Miss Anna Elick with whom he traveld lifes rugged road for 61 long years, dating back in the early history of Hocking Co. As John Harsh Sr., grnadfather of Solomon, being among its early settlers, he settled upon the land owned by the deceased at the time of his death. With his faithful companion he bravely fought lifes battles, and being blessed with twelve children to bring into the home the blessing that children alone could bring into those pioneer homes making toil all the sweeter because of the little ones depending upon them for help; five of those have already crossed the great beyond preceding his loving companion, who was also called home May 21, 1909, but a few months ago, but to the devoted husband these were long weary months.
He leaves surviving him, seven children, John S and Solomon D of Well Co., Ind; Emanuel C., of Grand Junction, Col.; George, Joel A, Caroline Mathias and Mrs Delilah Krinn, of this county; one sister Mrs Delilah Dunn, of Wakefield, Kan.; 23 grand children, 6 great grand children, and many relatives and friends, who cherish a sacred place in their hearts.
The Hocking Republican
Feb 4, 1904
Found Dead in Bed
Mr Abraham Hass, an old and much respected citizen living south of New Mt. Pleasant, was found dead in bed Friday morning. He had been in usual good health having been in New Mt Pleasant on Wednesday. Heart trouble was supposed to have been the cause of his death. Funeral and interment at Ebeneezer Sunday forenoon.
The Lancaster Daily Eagle
December 11 1915
Lancaster, Ohio
OBITUARY.
John Heinberger, son of Debolt and Mary Heinberger, was born in Hocking county, Ohio, June 27 1868, and departed his life, Dec 2 1915, aged 47 years, 5 months and 5 days. In 1891 he was united in marriage to Louise Jane Fox, and to this union was born one son, Curtis. His wife and son having preceded him to the spirit world. Deceased had three brother and four sisters, three of whom remain to mourn their loss. They are George of Hocking county, Mrs Mary Steward of Amanda, and Mrs Caroline Yenrick of Lancaster. He was born on the farm, where he sided all his life. He was an industrious, honest citizen, and was respected by all who knew him. At the age of 19 he joined the United Brethern church at Morgan's chapel and during his last illness he expressed his willingness to go when the Lord called. A dear one has left us, Gone to the happy shore. Since God has bereft us, We hope to meet once more.
The Hocking Sentinel
April 12 1900
Obituary.
Elizabeth Hemphill was born in Pennsylvania March 18th, 1806; moved to Perry Tp. Hocking Co., O., in 1812; has been a resident of Perry Tp ever si8nce she came here. Died April 3rd, 1900, at the residence of nephew, Benj White, at the advanced age of ninrty four years and fifteen days. She was a member of the Presbyterian church for 70years or more. She leaves a large number of friends and relatives to mourn their loss. She was conveyed to her grave in the McClelland Cemetery by the following pall bearers, aged as follows:
William Lindsey 7, Lewis T Seesholtz 73, Jno A McClelland 67, Christopher Judy 67, George Crieglow 97, Christopher Seesholtz 66.
Card of Thanks
Mr Benjamin White and family desire thus publicly to thank neighbors and friends for kind attention during the late sickness and at the death of Grandmother Hemphill.
The Hocking Sentinel
April 28, 1904
Death of Margaret Hengst
Mrs Margaret Hengst, after a long and painful illness, died at her home near Ewing, April 18th, of dropsy. She was the mother of James, George, Charles and Fred Hengst, Mary Barthlow, Elizabeth Skinner, Margaret Hansel and Katie Harsch. The funeral from the Evangelic Lutheran church, at Ewing, April 20th, Rev. Speohr, of Logan, officiating.
The Democrat Sentinel
May 28 1925
MRS. HENDERSON BURIED HERE
The remains of Anna E Henderson whose death occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J L McCracken in Smithfield, Pa., last Thursday were taken to the home of her son, John Henderson of Columbus, Sunday and were brought to Logan on the afternoon train. Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church at 3:30 o'clock. Rev. C R Douglass officiated. Under the direction of the Haden Co. She was laid to rest in the family lot in Oak Grove cemetery. Mrs Henderson, who before her marriage was Miss Anna Work, was a former Logan resident and was a sister of Mrs. B C McManigal and the late Mrs. R.D. McManigal.
The Democrat-Sentinel
July 23 1925
DEATH ENDS SUFFERINGS
Death due to cancer of the bone relieved the suffering of Mrs. Ella Hiatt, 65, widow of Paul E. Hyatt, Civil War veteran, at her home on South Depot street about 7:30 o'clock Tuesday morning. Mrs. Hyatt had been in poor health for several years past and had been confined to her room since January. Mrs. Hyatt was a member of the M. E. church, Women's Home and Foreign Missionary Socities, W.C.T.U., Women's Relief Corps and the Sons of Veterans Auxiliary. She was a good mother, friend and neighbor. Until ill health prevented she took an active interest in the various organizations to which she belonged. She is survived by one sister, Mrs Eva James, who so lovingly and tenderly cared for her during her last illness, and two sons, Will of Columbus and Charles of Oak Hill. With Rev. J.W. Blair officiating, the funeral services will be conducted from the church this afternoon at two o'clock. interment will be made in Oak Grove, Harden Co. in charge.
The Hocking Sentinel
July 10, 1884
Obituary.
James Wesley, son of Marion and Maggie Hiles was born Sept. 11th, 1882, and died July 3d, 1884, aged one year nine months and sixteen days. After ten weeks suffering little Jimmie's soul was wafted home with the angels of God, where sickness, sorrow, pain and death are felt and feared no more. We sympathize with the bereaved parents.
Little Jimmie, thou hast left us,
And they loss we deeply feel,
But tis God who hath bereft us
He can all our sorrows heal.
A Friend.
The Democrat Sentinel
May 21 1925
FORMER RESIDENT DIES IN COLUMBUS
Funeral services for Mrs Jennie B Hodes, whose death occurred following an illness with cancer, at the home of her daughter in Columbus were held from the residence last Thursday afternoon. Rev J T Spears, former pastor of the local U.B. church, officiated. Mrs Hodes was a former Hocking county resident. She was the daughter of the late J L Bright and a sister of Mrs Ida Smith, this city. Mrs Smith, Mr and Mrs Charles Smith, Mr and Mrs Harry Smith and daughter Elizabeth attended the funeral.
The Hocking Sentinel
March 6, 1884
Noah Hoey who killed Marshal Andrews at Straitsville some months ago, and was sent to the penitentiary, died on last Sunday from consumption. His wife who was with him to the last, took charge of his remains.
The Democrat-Sentinel
December 26 1907
Obituary.
Mr. Safety McGee Hone was born in Hocking county, Ohio, Aug. 16, 1846,' and passed away at his home in Logan, Dec. 23, 1907, at the age of 61 years, 4 months and 5 days. He was married to Miss Sarah M. Heinlein, Sept. 1872. Their only child, a son, Russell B. Hone, is still living, and was with his father in the closing hours of life. Brother Hone united with the M. E. Church at Ilesboro in 1871 under the pastorate of Rev. E. W. Howe. For eleven years after his marriage he lived on his mother's farm in Hocking County. He then bought property in Mount Pleasant and made his home there for seventeen years. Seven years ago he moved to Logan where he lived until the morning of his departure. A wife, son, two grandchildren, mother, two brothers, six sisters and a multitude of appreciative friends survive him. The funeral services were held in the M. E. Church at Logan, Christmas day, at 2 o'clock, Rev. White officiating. A large concourse of friends paid their last tribute to him.

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