The Hocking Sentinel|
January 29 1891
Mr Jesse Tennyhill, formally of Green Tp. but lately of Tennessee. The remains were brought to Logan, Monday, and intered in Oak Grove Cemetery from the M.E. Church.
County Name: Hocking
Obit: The Journal-Gazette: October 21,1909, Logan, OH.
JEREMIAH TIGNOR DIED MONDAY.
Jeremiah Tignor, one of the old citizens of this section of hocking count, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. S. W. Clark, east of town on Monday morning at 12:45 o'clock a.m. The deceased was 78 years, three months and 13 days old at the time of his death. The immediate cause of his death was Bright's disease. The obsequies were held on Tuesday at 2 o'clock p.m., from the Smith's Chapel M. E. Chapel church. Interment was made in the Smith's Chapel cemetery. Four daughters and two sons of the immediate family survive, among them being, Mrs. S. W. Clark of near this city, Mrs. Jacob Wycuff of this city, and Thomas Tignor of near Haydenville.
Submitted by A Friend of Free Genealogy
The Ohio Democrat|
March 14 1904
[Murray City News]
Last Saturday one of the saddest funerals, that ever left the Branch started from Jobs and went to Smith's chapel near Logan. There were two hearses and two buggies. The black hearse contained Homer Tigner, age 12, son of Mr and Mrs James Tigner and the white hearse contained his little brother Walter, age seven years. The little ones died of scarlet fever. It was a dreary specter like funeral train. The rigs moved along slowly and quietly and the persons in the rigs looked wan and sorrowful. Thursday morning two more children of Mr and Mrs James Tigner were buried having died Tuesday and Wednesday night. The eldest of the seven children has recovered from her illness and will likely be one of the three children to survive the terrible malady.
The Democrat Sentinel|
Feb 14 1907
The body of the six year old boy of Charles Thompson was brought here for burial today. The child was killed by a street car. Interment took place at Ewing.
The Ohio Democrat|
March 15, 1906
Wm. O. Tucker
The funeral services of Mr William Owen Tucker were held in the U B Church at Gore, yesterday morning, at 10:30. Rev. T B White officiating, and the remains were interred at the cemetery there. Mr Tucker died in Athens last Sunday, at the age of ninety years.