Nagle--Henry Nagle was born in Scioto county, April 10th 1848, died December 1st 1897, age 54 years, 7 months and 20 days. He enlisted in Company B, 56 Ohio Infantry, 1861, served three years, reinlisted and served during the war. He was united in marriage to Liddy Titus, Feb 2 1871, to which union was born ten children, nine of which survive him. He was a kind father, and died at his home Longstreth, Hocking county, Ohio. may the blessings of the Master rest on the bereaved friends. Funeral was conducted by Rev. M.V. Huston.
Unknown newspaper clipping from HCHS-handwritten date of 12-16-1897
|The Athens Messenger
November 11 1886
Mrs Thomas Nixon, of Logan, died recently after a short illness, of inflammation of the stomach.
The Hocking Sentinel (Logan, Ohio) · Thu, Jun 12, 1884
Mrs. Eveline Nixon was born April 15, 1834, died June 5, 1884, in the 53d year of her age. The deceased was a sister of Mr. John Vanhorn of our city. Her remains were interred at Gore cemetery, Rev. Hart, of Logan, the officiating minister.
The Ohio Democrat
November 15, 1900
Alice Woodruff North--
Alice Woodruff North, youngest daughter of William I., and Mary E. North, was born Feb 12th 1897, and departed this life Oct. 16th, 1900, aged 3 years, 8 months, and four days. She was a kind, bright and loving daughter and sister. She was baptized by Rev. W.L. Hemisfar, according to the rites of the U.B. Church.
She leaves to mourn her loss, a father, mother, four sisters and two brothers, and a large number of relatives and friends.
Gone to be with the angels, she is safe in the arms of Him who said "suffer the little children to come unto me."
Father, Mother, Sisters, farewell.
I'm going to Heaven's fair land.
There we shall soon meet again in one bright angelic band.
Dr. Harley J. Steward conducted the funeral services at the U.B. Church. Mr and Mrs North desire to express their heartfelt thanks to the many friends who have so kindly sympathized with them in their sorrow.
|Death of an Old Citizen
Jesse Nutter, one of our oldest citizens, died at his home in Logan on last Sunday, in the 77th year of his age. He was a native of West Virginia, removing to Pickawry County Ohio in 1862, when he enlisted, serving in the war until near the close. He came to Logan in 1881, and resided here until his death. He was an honest, honorable, industrious man, and leaves a wide circle of friends to mourn his death. A widow, four sons and four daughters survive him.
Unknown newspaper clipping from HCHS-handwritten date of 9-26-1895
|CLAUDE NUPP--Claude, the handsome little son of
Martin and Caroline Nupp, was born January 17, 1896 and
departed this life December 20 1898, after an illness of two
weeks, aged two years eleven months and three days. He leaves
a doting father, a loving mother and a little brother and
sister to mourn him. Little Claude before his sickness was
always of a loving nature and his little innocent prattle
which awaited the father's home coming is hushed, but we
should not mourn for we know that he is with the angels where
sorrow and pain are never known. The funeral services were
held at the M.E. Church Dec. 22, interment in Oak Grove
CARD OF THANKS
The family extend their heartfelt thanks to their friends and neighbors for the many kindnesses shown them during the sickness and death of their little son Claude.
Mr and Mrs Martin Nupp
Unknown newspaper clipping from HCHS-handwritten date of 12-29-1898