Jackson County Ohio
ALEXANDER LACKEY DIED
LACKEY - September 22, 1875, near Vega, Jackson county, Ohio, Alexander Lackey, in the seventy-third year of his age.
In 1829 he married Catharine Stoker with whom he lived near forty-seven years. Of six children, one daughter, and two sons with their widowed mother, besides numerous other relatives, are left to mourn.
Three daughters, having preceded him to that "better land". He was a kind husband, and father, and an agreeable neighbor. He was not a member of any church, but claimed to be a firm believer in the teachings of the Bible. He was an invalid over five years, at times suffering severely and often expressed a willingness to depart and be at rest.
His funeral sermon was preached by Rev. J. D. Hathaway, from Job xiv chap. 10 verse, after which his remains were deposited in the cemetery at Pleasant Hill. [The Jackson Standard, Thursday, October 28, 1875 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Elizabeth Alexander Lackey
Elizabeth Lackey, who passed out of this life Saturday night, April 30, 1921, was the second daughter of Caleb and Mary Jane (Callahan) Alexander, both deceased. She was born in Franklin township, Jackson County, Ohio, April 10, 1848.
She was married to James A. Lackey, March 18, 1874. This happy union was broken by the death of her husband April 23, 1908. Following this event she made her home in Jackson. For many years she was a faithful and loyal member of the Methodist Episcopal church, having been converted in early life. Was also a member of the Woman's Home Missionary Society. She enjoyed the devotion of a large circle of friends. Many times have we heard the remark, "Everybody loves Mrs. Lackey." She was true to her friends, sympathetic with those less fortunate than herself, and a friend to all.
She loved her church and Sabbath School and attended both regularly when her health permitted. However, this was rare the last few years, during which time she suffered severly but patiently from heart trouble. Frequently she had expressed herself as willing and ready to be at rest from her suffering.
The following sisters and brothers survive: Mrs. C. W. Schellenger, Pittsburg, Pa.;
Mrs. S. D. McLaughlin, Waverly, O.; M. C. Alexander, Hanford, California and Elmer A. Alexander, Hampton. Fa.
She has fought the good fight, has finished her course and gone to wear the crown of life which the Savior promises to the finally faithful. How glorious it must be to exchange her earthly suffering for the joys of Heaven.
"No aching hearts are there,
No tear-dimmed eye, nor form by sickness wasted,
No cheek grown pale through penury or care,
No spirits crushed beneath the woes they bear,
No sighs for bliss untasted.
[Jackson Standard Journal, Wednesday, May 11, 1921 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Frieda Maxine Landrum Lambert
Frieda Lambert, age 83 of Valley Chapel Road, Jackson, passed away Wednesday at Holzer Medical Center. She is survived by husband Garland Lambert. Arrangements are pending at Eisnaugle-Lewis Funeral Home. [Jackson Times Journal, Sunday, October 4, 2000]
Frieda Maxine Landrum Lambert
Frieda Maxine (Landrum) Lambert, age 83, of Valley Chapel Road, Jackson, passed away Wednesday, October 4, 2000 at Holzer Hospital in Gallipolis. She was born on Oct. 14, 1916 in Jackson to the late Scott and Nellie (Foster) Landrum.
Frieda was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and homemaker.
She is survived by her husband Garland of Jackson, sons Garland Hughy (Anna) Lambert, Jerry (Eva) Lambert all of Jackson. Marvin (Shar) Lambert of Mesa, Ariz, daughter, Lorita Sue Cook of Brunswick, Ohio, brothers Ivan, Floyd, Bill and Ike all of Jackson and Junior of Piketon; sisters, Hazel Collins, Charlene Haynes, Mary Reed, Juanita Bolen, Clara May Reed, Kathleen Foster all of Jackson and Ilene Walker of McArthur; grandchildren Rhonda (Brian) McWhorter, Brian Lambert, Chris Lambert, Ashley Lambert all of Jackson, Terry Cook, Cheryl Cook, Kevin Cook all of Brunswick, Ohio and Cassey Lambert of Mesa, Ariz; ll great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by two brothers, John and Paul Landrum, two sisters Bernice Sturgill and Frances Ann Landrum.
Funeral service were held at 2 pm Saturday, Oct 7, 2000 at the Eisnaugle-Lewis Funeral Home in Jackson with Pastor Rick Christman officiating. Interment followed in Landrum Cemetery.
Calling hours were held from 2-4 and 6-8 pm Friday. [Jackson Times-Journal, Sunday, October 8, 2000 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Amos Eldon Landrum
AGED RESIDENT PASSES FRIDAY
Amos E. Landrum Stricken After Long Illness
Amos E. Landrum, 77 of Jackson route 3 passed away at his home Friday, September 12 after an extended illness.
The deceased, son of the late Eldon* and Mary Finn Landrum, was born December 12. 1875, in Jackson and passed entire life working as a coal miner in this area.
He is survived by his wife, Lillian Butcher Landrum: five children: Glendon of Jackson, Mrs. Willard McGhee, also of Jackson, Ceylon Landrum of Rockford, Illinois, Mrs. Thomas Haythe of Springfield, Ohio and Mrs. Dave Jones of Dayton, Ohio. Two sisters, Mrs. Molly Haythe and Mrs. Nell Ervin, both of Jackson, also survive.
Funeral services were conducted at the funeral home at 2 o’clock Monday afternoon by the Rev. T. R. Beatty. Burial was in Fairmount cemetery.
[The Jackson Herald, Tuesday, September 16, 1952 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Ceylon D. Landrum
FORMER LOCAL RESIDENT DIES
Ceylon E. Landrum, age 78, died Sunday at the Swedish American Hospital in Rockford, Illinois.
Born in Jackson County, he was the son of the late Amos and Lillian Butcher Landrum.
He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Joanne Thompson of Gallipolis and Mrs. Marilynn Browder of Waverly, one son, Dwight of Hillsboro, one brother and three sisters.
Graveside services will be held 1 pm Wednesday at the Fairmount Cemetery with Rev. James Kuhn officiating. Burial will be under the direction of Bob Mayhew. Journal Herald, Monday, February 1979 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Eugene Ervin Landrum
Eugene E. Landrum, age 63, of Columbus died suddenly Sunday at his home.
Born in Jackson County, he had resided in Columbus for the past 40 years and was a WWII veteran.
Son of the late William Oscar and Effie Ervin Landrum; he was also preceded in death by a brother, Roscoe, and a sister Catherine* Scurlock.
Survivors include two brothers, Harry and Harold Landrum, both of Liberty Township, Jackson County; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Eisnaugle Funeral Home.
(*Kathryn) [The Jackson Journal-Herald, Monday, March 5, 1984 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Faye Landrum, 92, of Oak Hill, died Tuesday, June 22, at Edgewood Manor Nursing Home, Wellston.
She was born May 21, 1901, in Williamsburg, Kentucky, and was preceded in death by four children.
Survivors include: one daughter, Wanda Turner of Georgia; her daughter-in-law who took care of her, Charlotte McCain of Oak Hill; eight grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.
Friends may call at the Kuhner-Lewis Funeral Home, today, Wednesday, from 6 pm to 9 pm. Funeral services will be 11 am Thursday at the funeral home with Reverend James Hanna officiating. Burial will be in C.M. Cemetery [Jackson Journal Herald, Wednesday, June 23, 1993 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Frances Ann Landrum
Liberty Twp. Child Dies Thursday
Frances Ann Landrum, ages 8 months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Landrum of Liberty township, died early Thursday morning. The burial was in charge of Charles L. Wood and funeral services were held at the home Friday afternoon. Interment was in the Landrum cemetery. [Jackson Herald, Saturday. October 25, 1930 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Garnett Ruby Rowland Landrum
Garnet Landrum, 73, of 4981 Four Mile Road, Jackson, Ohio, died Saturday, Jan 13, 1996 at Oak Hill Community Medical Center.
Born April 30, 1922 in Jackson, she was the daughter of the late Samuel Clifton and Mattie Hartly Rowland. She was a homemaker. She was married on Feb 23, 1946 to William Roscoe Landrum, who died Oct 11, 1976. Also preceding her in death were two sisters, Mabel Eileen Goheen and Alice Elizabeth Foster.
Survivors include two sons, Marvin Roscoe Landrum of Wellston, and Marlin “Bub” James Landrum of Jackson; two daughters, Mary Kathryn Hardwick of Kentucky and Margaret Alice Landrum of Jackson,; two brothers, James Russel Rowland of Jackson, and Edward Clayton Rowland of Chillicothe; three sisters, Evelyn Joann Wyatt of Jackson, Marilyn Jean Bowen of Columbus and Marjorie Rowland of Columbus,; nine grand-children and four great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Monday, 11 am at Eisnaugle-Lewis Funeral Home, Jackson, with burial in Bethel Ridge Cemetery. Calling hours will be Sunday, 4-8 pm at the funeral home. [The Jackson-Vinton Journal Herald, The Sunday edition- 14 January 1996 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Glen Landrum, 89, of Water Street, Jackson, died Thursday at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Dayton.
Born in Jackson County on February 20, 1904, Mr. Landrum was a U.S. Army World War II veteran and the operator of Glen’s Pool Hall.
Mr. Landrum was preceded in death by his parents, Amos and Lillian Landrum, long-time companion, Gertrude Mapes; one brother, Ceylon Landrum; and three sisters, Charlotte Hayth, Wylodene Jones and Dorothy McGhee.
Survivors include: his son, daughter-in-law, and grandon, Glendon “Bub”, Carla and Glendon Amos Landrum all of Jackson, and several nieces and nephews.
Calling hours will be held at the Mayhew Funeral Home three hours prior to the funeral service on Saturday. The funeral services will begin at 1 pm with the Reverend Jack Hughes officiating. [Journal Herald, Jackson, Ohio, Friday, January 21, 1994 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Grover Cleveland Landrum
Landrum’s Funeral Held
The funeral of the late Cleveland Landrum, who was killed in a fight with Clem Baker, Saturday, was held from the home in Liberty Township, Tuesday and interment was made in Mather’s Cemetery by Undertaker Vorhis. The deceased, who was 28 years of age, was a son of the late Elza Landrum and lives with mother and brothers in Liberty. [Jackson Herald, Jackson, Ohio, Wednesday, October 1, 1913 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Harold Waldo Landrum
Harold W. Landrum, 70, of 4872 Jisco Road West, died at 3 pm Sunday at Veterans Memorial Hospital in Chillicothe.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Gay Adkins Landrum and two brothers. He was a veteran of World War II.
Survivors include; a brother Harry of Jackson, and several nieces and nephews.
Calling hours at the Eisnaugle-Lewis Funeral Home are set for 2-9 pm Thursday. The funeral is set for 1 pm Friday at the funeral home with the Rev. Jerry Cole officiating. Burial will follow in Bethel Ridge Cemetery.
[The Journal Herald, Jackson, Ohio - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
J. W. “Bill” Landrum
Oak Hill native, J.W. “Bill” Landrum, age 56, of Airport Road, Zanesville died 12:47 p.m., Friday at the Good Samaritan Medical Center.
He was a current Perry Township trustee and a retired Ohio Highway Patrol Trooper, retiring in 1983. He was the recipient of the patrol’s ACE Award and was named Zanesville Trooper of the Year in 1974.
A Marine veteran, he served two tours of duty during the Korean Conflict and also as a Marine recruiter in Portsmouth. He was a member of the Malta Masonic Lodge No. 118 F&AM; FOP Lodge No. 152, Ohio State Highway Patrol Retirees Association and Ohio Trooper Coalition.
He was the son of Faye Lawson Landrum of Oak Hill and the late Thoburn Landrum.
Besides his mother, he is survived by his wife, Janice Conley Landrum; daughter, Carla Landrum of Columbus; son, Bill of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; sister, Wanda Turner of Atlanta, Georgia; and three grandchildren.
Funeral service were held today (Monday) at the Bolin Funeral Home, Zanesville with Rev. James Price officiating. Burial was made in St. Paul’s Cemetery. [Jackson Herald, Jackson, Ohio, Monday, March 7, 1988 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Harry Elza Landrum
Last Friday evening Harry Landrum died at the home of his mother, Mrs. Mary A. Landrum in Liberty township at the age of 38 years. The burial was in charge of L. H. Powell Monday afternoon with funeral services at the Seventh Day Adventist church.[Jackson Sun , Jackson, Ohio, Monday, July 10, 1922 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Harry Lee Landrum
Harry Landrum, 80, of 421 Valley Chapel Road, Jackson, Ohio, died Saturday, March 4, 1995 at the Jenkins Memorial Health Facility.
Born May 23, 1914 in Jackson County, he was the son of William and Effie Ervin Landrum. He was a miner, a farmer and a retired employee of JISCO (Jackson Iron & Steel Co.); a member of Limerick Grange, Farm Bureau and the Jackson County Pomona Grange.
Survivors include his wife, Jessie A. Dyson Landrum; two sons, Robert H. Landrum of Jackson and Rodney D. Landrum of Obetz, Ohio; two daughters Linda Hoover of Jackson and Donna D. Reisinger of Urbana Ohio; 12 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews and many neighbors and friends.
Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by a son, Russell Landrum; a sister Kathryn Scurlock and three brothers, Harold, William and Eugene Landrum.
Funeral services were held Tuesday at 2 pm at the Eisnaugle-Lewis Funeral Home in Jackson with the Reverend William Goodall officiating. Burial was in Bethel Ridge Cemetery. Calling hours were observed Monday from 2 to 9 pm at the funeral home. [The Journal Herald, Wednesday, March 8, 1995 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
James C. Landrum
James C. Landrum, age 63, of Grandview Ave., Jackson, passed away Thursday, December 27, 2001 at Holzer Medical Center, Jackson. Born July 15, 1938, in Jackson, he was the son of Chester and Agnes Lovette Landrum, who preceded him death. His former wife Marlene Mercer Landrum also preceded him in death.
James was a faithful member of the Hope United Methodist Church in Wellston where he attended faithfully until his health failed. He was a manager for Western Southern Life Insurance in Wellston for 25 years. A member of the Wellston Lions Club, he also enjoyed square dancing with the Wagon Wheelers of Jackson and hunting, fishing and traveling.
His survivors include his wife, Myrna Norris Landrum, daughters Nancy Landrum of Morehead, KY; Jane (Jess) McQuiniff; Kathryn Landrum and Patricia (Ron) Johnson all of Jackson; step daughters Leah Norris of Oak Hill, Susan (Lee) Hubbard of Jackson and Lisa (Randy) Scott of Stern, NC; a step son Wayne (Tami) Mercer of Jackson; brothers Ron (Thelma) Landrum of Port Clinton, OH and Glendon (Kay) Landrum of Nelsonville; sister Doris Coburn of Powell, OH; fifteen grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Friends may call Sunday December 30, 2001 from 4 until 8 pm at Eisnaugle-Lewis Funeral Home. Funeral service will be at 11 AM on Monday December 31, 2001 at the funeral home with Rev. Glen Herman officiating. Burial will follow in Pleasant Grove Cemetery. [Times-Journal, Sunday, December 30, 2001 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
John Franklin Landrum, Sr.
John Franklin Landrum, Sr. 63 of McCune Cemetery Road, Jackson, Ohio died suddenly on Wednesday, Feb. 25, at Adena Medical Center.
Born Sept. 20, 1934, in Jackson County, he was the son of the late Scott and Nellie Foster Landrum. Also preceding him death was a brother, Paul Landrum; sisters, Bernice Sturgill and Frances Landrum and an infant daughter, Brenda Lee Landrum.
He is survived by his wife of 44 years, Mary Hughes Landrum: sons, John Franklin (Frank) Jr. (Michelle), Brian Landrum and Brad Landrum and a daughter, Kristi Waulk; grandchildren, Seth, Austin and Morgan Landrum, Kodee Landrum and Paige Waulk.
Also surviving are brother and sisters, Freida Lambert, Juanita Bolen, Ivan Landrum, Kathleen Foster, Charleen Haynes, Eileen Walker, Walter (Junior) Landrum, Hazel Collins, Mary Reed, Ike Landrum, Floyd Landrum, Clara Reed and Bill Landrum, as well as many nieces and nephews and cousins.
He was a construction worker for 40 years and was a 30 year member of the Operating Engineers Union.
Friends may call Friday, 2-4 and 6-8 pm at Eisnaugle-Lewis Funeral Home, Jackson. Funeral services will be held there Saturday, 1 pm with Pastor Mike Percell officiating. Burial will be in McCune Cemetery.
[Jackson Times-Journal, Jackson, Ohio, Thursday, February 26, 1998 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Katherine Louise Scurlock Landrum
Katherine “Katie” Landrum 74, of Carson Street, Jackson, died Tuesday, March 23, 1999 at the home of her niece and nephew.
Born May 19, 1924 in Jackson, she was the daughter of the late Charles H. Scurlock and Cora May Brunton Scurlock. She was a homemaker.
She is survived by two sisters, Annie Bees of Washington and Addie Gunnoe of Jackson; niece and nephew Gary and Sandy Landrum and children of Jackson; friends Bob and Vivian Wood and children of Lucasville and many nieces, nephews and friends.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by four brothers, Charles, Thomas, Gerald and Ezla* and two sisters Sara and Charlotte.
Friends may call at Eisnaugle-Lewis Funeral Home, Friday, March 26, 4-8 pm. Services will be held on Saturday, March 27, 11 am at the Eisnaugle-Lewis Funeral Home with the Rev. Virgil Phillips and Kenny Woods officiating. Burial will follow at Pleasant Grove Cemetery.**
* Ezra **She is buried at the Landrum Cemetery
[The Times-Journal, Jackson, Ohio, Thursday, March 25, 1999 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Lillian Gertrude Butcher Landrum
DEATH CLAIMS LILY LANDRUM
Dies of Heart Attack at Jackson Rt. 3 Home
Mrs. Amos (Lily) Landrum, age 74, passed away at ten am, Thursday. at her home on Jackson route three. Death came as a result of a heart attack.
A member of the Calvary EUB Church, Mrs. Landrum was a life long resident of Jackson county. Her husband, Amos preceded her in death 13 months ago.
She is survived by five children: Mrs. Willard McGhee of Jackson, Mrs. Thomas Haythe of Springfield, Mrs. David Jones of Lancaster, Ceylon Landrum of Rockford, Illinois and Glendon Landrum at home. Also surviving are 13 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
The body will remain at the Don Sperry Funeral Home where the funeral service will be at 2 pm by the Rev. Roland Fisher. Burial will be at the Fairmount Cemetery under the direction of Don Sperry.
[The Jackson Herald, Friday, December 18, 1953 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Lotus Ivan Landrum
Lotus Ivan Landrum, age 82, of Jackson, Passed away Friday evening March 11, 2005 at the Chillicothe Veterans Hospital.
He was a World War11 veteran and fought in the Battle of the Bulge. He was a retired coal miner and was best known for his musical ability, sometimes being referred to as the “Honky Tonk Piano Man”.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Esther Lucille Spires Landrum, a great grandson, Dalton Landrum, his parents Walter Scott and Nellie Leora Foster Landrum, brothers, Paul and John Landrum, sisters, Frances Ann Landrum, Bernice Sturgill and Freida Lambert.
He leaves behind 3 sons, Gary, Rick and Steve Landrum, 4 daughters Beverly Coleman, Carol (Roger) Bowling, Barbara Moore, Phyllis (Jimmie) Colby, 19 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren. Also surviving are brothers Walter Scott (Junior), Ike, Floyd and Bill Landrum, sisters Juanite Bolen, Kathleen Foster, Charlene Haynes, Eileen Walker, Hazel Collins, Mary Reed, and Clara Mae Reed.
As per his wishes, he was cremated and a private service was held Tuesday, March 15, 2005 with only his immediate family present, his ashes were buried next to his wife’s at Fairmount Cemetery.
Arrangements were under the directon of the Eisnaugle-Lewis Funeral Home, with assistance from the Disabled American Veterans Chapter #45 for the military graveside services.
[The Jackson County Times-Journal - Tuesday, March 22, 2005 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Marlene L. Landrum, age 46, of Route 776, Jackson died unexpectedly Monday at Oak Hill Hospital.
She was a bus driver for the Jackson City School District and a member of Buckeye Community Baptist Church.
Born in Jackson, she was the daughter of the late Paul David and Mildred Claar Kelly. She was also preceded in death by a brother and sister.
Survivors include her husband, James Landrum; three children, Paul and Lisa Mercer, both of Jackson and Susan Johnson of Beaver; and four step-daughters, Nancy Edmond of Huntington, West Virginia, Jane and Patricia Landrum, both of Wellston and Mary Cundiff of Mississippi.
Four brothers, Dave, Bill and Larry Kelly, all of Wellston and Roger Kelly of North Carolina; a sister, Connie Justice of Chicago, Illinois; one grandchild and three stepchildren, also survive.
Friends may call from 8 to 9 pm tonight (Wednesday) and from noon until 9 pm Thursday at J.P. Rogers Funeral Home. Services will be held there 10:30 am Friday with Rev. McClellan Nicholson officiating. Burial will be made in Buckeye Cemetery.
[Journal-Herald, Wednesday, October 10, 1986 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Mary Ann Finn Landrum
LANDRUM RITES DUE ON SUNDAY
Mrs. Mary Ann Finn Landrum, 92, passed away at her home in Liberty township at 3:30 o’clock Thursday afternoon.
A native of England, she came to this county at the age of two years, and after spending a brief time in New Jersey and Columbus, Ohio with her parents moved to Jackson county where she spent the remainder of her life. Her husband, the late Elza Landrum, died several years ago.
She is survived by the following children: Amos Landrum, of Jackson, Alonzo Landrum of Oakland, Ill; Mrs. Arthur Mapes and Mrs. Mollie Haythe, both of Bierlytown, Mrs. Frank Ervin of Jackson, and Mrs. Oss Poe, of Liberty township.
Funeral services will be conducted from the home of Arthur Mapes of two o’clock Sunday afternoon with the Rev. A. S. Kirkendall officiating and burial will be made in Pierce cemetery under the direction of E. J. Ridgeway. [Jackson Herald, Friday, November 15, 1940 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Nellie Leona Foster Landrum
Nellie L. Landrum, age 89, died the morning (Monday) at Heartland of Jackson.
She was a member of the Eagels Auxiliary, VFW and Women of the Moose.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Walter S. Landrum, a son, Paul; and a daughter, Frances Ann.
Survivors include 15 children, Freida Lambert, Juanita Bolen, Bernice Sturgill, Kathleen Foster, Charleen Haynes, Hazel Collins, Mary Reed, John, Ivan, Ike, William, Walter and Floyd, all of Jackson, Clara Mae Reed of Oak Hill and Eileen Walker of McArthur; two sister Gladys Reffit and Goldie Muse, both of Jackson; 69 grandchildren; 90 great grandchildren; and six great, great grandchildren.
Friends may call after 2 pm Tuesday at the Eisnaugle-Lewis Funeral Home. Services will be held there 1 pm. Wednesday. Burial will be made in Landrum Cemetery. [The Jackson Journal-Herald, Monday, April 20, 1987 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Paul Raymond Landrum
Beaver Man Found Dead Wednesday
Funeral services Paul Raymond Landrum, 77, of the Beaver community, will be held at 1 pm Saturday at the Hammerstein-Purdy Funeral Home in Beaver, with Rev. Millard Weese officiating. Burial will follow in the Landrum Family Cemetery in the Pine Ridge community in Jackson County.
Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 pm Friday and Saturday until the final rites.
The retired State Highway worker, caused alarm to his friends, when he had not been seen since shoveling snow earlier in the day Tuesday, and later Beaver Mayor James O. Brooks, Sr., instructed Marshal G. L. Lankford to investigate.
Marshal Lankford had to force entrance to the locked home, where he found the body, with lights turned on and radio going full force. A Pike County Emergency squad took the body Wednesday to the Pike County Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 2:25 PM, apparently of natural causes.
Mr. Landrum was born on February 21, 1900 in Jackson County, a son of the late John F. and Clara May Graham Landrum.
He lived alone, and his only survivor is one brother, Everett Landrum of Rt. 3, Jackson.
Mr. Landrum was member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Lodge, No. 2227 in Waverly. [Journal-Herald, Friday, January 13, 1978 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Young Man, Formerly of Oak Hill, Found Dead In Road Cabin
Dead from poisonous gas fumes, Raymond Landrum, 27,was found Sunday morning in a tourist cabin near Zanesville.
Landrum, a resident of Oak Hill for about three years prior to his removal last spring to Roseville, and a companion died from escaping fumes from a heating stove, the coroner there reported.
Landrum was a nephew of Mrs. Harrison Burnside and Mrs. John McNerlin of Oak Hill.
Mrs. and Mrs. Burnside and sons, Donald and Bobby, and Mr. and Mrs. McNerlin and daughter, Roma attended funeral services held Tuesday afternoon at Roseville. [News-Advertiser, Jackson, Ohio, January 13, 1938 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Russell Lee Landrum
Russell Lee Landrum, Sr. of Livingston Ave. Route 3, Wellston, Ohio met his death by accident at his home, on July 8, 1980, at 1:00 pm at the age of 46 years 5 months and 8 days. Born in Jackson County on January 31, 1934 to Harry and Jessie Dyson Landrum. He was a life time resident of Jackson County.
On July 14, 1957 he was united in marriage to Sylvia Barlow, to this union was borned four children: Darla Mae, Donna Ruth, Russell Lee, Jr. and John Eric. He was a laborer construction worker for the past 29 years, at the time of his death he was employed by the L. R. Skeleton Co. of Columbus, Ohio.
He was a member of the Faith Baptist Church of Wellston, the F. O. E. 11 of Jackson, Laborers International Union of North America and A.F.L.-C.I.O. Local 83. He leaves to mourn his passing, his parents Harry and Jessie Dyson Landrum, wife, Sylvia Barlow Landrum, children, Darla Mae Landrum Haynes of Wellston, Ohio, Donna Ruth Landrum, Russell Lee Landrum, Jr., and John Eric Landrum. All at home. Also two brothers Robert Landrum of Columbus, Ohio and Rodney Landrum of Obetz, Ohio. Two sisters, Donna Reisinger of Urbana, Ohio and Linda Hoover of Jackson, Ohio and a host of relatives and friends. He was a good husband, father and son. To know him was to love him.
Meet Me There
As I leave this earthly land behind to journey on my way, one thing I’d say to each of you, I’ll meet you all some day.
My body I will leave behind, my soul will take it’s flight to a city where the streets are gold and there never will be night.
I’ll never feel the pain again, that I suffered here below, I’m sitting by the stream of life where celestial waters flow.
Safe now at last in God’s great arms, secure forever more, with friends and loved ones I shall dwell on heaven’s golden shore.
Dear loved ones, I would say to you, if happy you would be, just give your hearts and souls to God, so you can live with me.
I’ll wait for you across the way, I’ll linger near the door, till I can hold you once again as you step upon the shore.
Card of Thanks
We would like to extend our thanks and deep appreciation to our neighbors, friends and relatives for the food, flowers and all of the nice sympathy cards, letters and notes, visits, prayers and other acts of kindness during the death (of) our loved one. A special
thanks to the Wellston Unit of the Southeast Ohio Emergency Service, Rev. Dennis Nickel and Jenkins Funeral Home. God Bless you All.
Mother and Father: Harry & Jess Landrum
Wife: Sylvia Barlow Landrum
Children: Darla Mae Landrum Haynes, Donna Ruth Landrum, Russell Lee Landrum, Jr., John Eric Landrum
Brothers and Sisters: Robert Landrum, Rodney Landrum, Donna Jean Reisinger, Linda Lou Hoover. [The Jackson Journal-Herald, Wednesday, August 6, 1980 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Ruth White Landrum
MRS. LANDRUM DIES SATURDAY
Services Tuesday Afternoon for Ray, Rt. 1 Resident
Mrs. S. E. Landrum, 51, died at 7:45pm Saturday at her home on Ray Route One of complications following an illness of two years.
Mrs. Landrum was born in Liberty township in 1902. She was a member of the Re-Organized Latter Day Saints and was a school teacher at the Jackson township school for five years.
She is survived by her husband; her mother, Vinnie White of Bennett Avenue; one daughter, Mrs. Ammon Beatty of Dayton; two brothers; Samuel and Edmund White of Jackson; one sister Mrs. S. H. Shorp of Columbus and one grandchild.
The body was at the Sperry Funeral Home where services were held at 2 pm Tuesday by Rev. Floyd Rockwell.
Burial was made in Fairmount cemetery under the direction of Don Sperry, Funeral Directors. [Jackson Herald, Jackson, Ohio, Tuesday, October 6, 1953 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Smith Landrum Called Away.
Smith Landrum aged 71 years died at the home of his son in Liberty township Tuesday. The funeral was held at Pleasant Grove Thursday. Undertaker Al Wood had charge of the remains.
[Jackson Semi-Weekly Sun, Jackson, Ohio, 13 April 1911 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Sylva E. Landrum
Sylva E. Landrum, age 81, died Monday, 7:45 am at the Oak Hill Hospital after an extended illness of complications.
Born in Jackson County, he was a lifetime resident and resided at Jackson, Route 1. He was a retired farmer, a World War I veteran, a member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and a member of the Grange.
Son of the late Alonzo and Flora Bennington Landrum, he was preceded in death by his wife, Ruth White Landrum in 1953.
He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Guinevere Beatty of Bellbrook, two brothers, Hollis of Wheelersburg and Virgil of Ray, two sisters, Mrs. Izel Tennant and Mrs. Irene Duncan, both of Jackson and two grandchildren.
Friends may call Tuesday from 2 until 9 pm at the Mayhew Funeral Home. Services will be held there Wednesday at 1 pm. Burial will be in the Fairmount Cemetery under the direction of Don Sperry. [Jackson Journal-Herald, Jackson, Ohio, Monday, February 10, 1979 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Walter Scott Landrum
Walter Scott Landrum, born June 17, 1889, departed this life October 7, 1968, at the age of 79 years, three months and 21 days.
He was the son on the late John Franklin and Clara M. Landrum. In 1917 he was united in marriage to Nellie Leora Foster. To this union was born seven sons and ten daughters. One daughter, Frances Ann Landrum, proceded him death.
He leaves to mourn his death, his wife, Nellie and the following sons and daughters; Ivan, Paul, Walter Scott, Jr., John, Issac, Floyd and William, all of Jackson, Ohio; Eileen Walker of McArthur, Ohio, Mary Reed of Coshocton, Ohio, Clara Reed on Minford, Ohio, Frieda Lambert, Juanita Bolen, Bernice Sturgill, Kathleen Foster, Charleen Haynes, Hazel Collins, all of Jackson, Ohio. Two brothers, Raymond Landrum of Beaver, Ohio and Everett Landrum of Jackson, Ohio, also survive. Mr. Landrum leaves 64 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, and a great host of friends and neighbors.
Mr. Landrum spent most of his life as a coal miner in and around Jackson, Ohio. In his later years he served his community in Liberty Township by serving eight years on the School Board of Education and twelve years as a Township Trustee. He served two years in World War I, most of the two years being served on foreign land. He was member of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 9942, Beaver Memorial, Beaver, Ohio, and Fraternal Order of Eagles of Jackson, Ohio.
He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.
Card of Thanks
We would like to express our appreciation to our friends and relatives for the lovely floral offerings and many kind expressions of sympathy extended to us at the death of our husband and father, Scott Landrum. We would especially like to thank the Hammerstein Funeral Home, Elder Roy Beatty and Elder Floyd Rockwell and V.F.W. Memorial Post 9912, Beaver for their comfort and assistance in our time of sorrow.
Mrs. Scott Landrum and family.
[The Jackson Journal-Herald, October 11, 1968 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Ambrose Leach, son of George Leach, moved years ago from this county to Illinois, and thence to Jackson county, Kansas where he died at his home on February 3. He leaves a wife and eight children to mourn their loss. To add to the sorrow of the family, the wife of his son William Leach, whose home is in Oklahoma, died a few days afterward, leaving four young children. Mrs. Ambrose Leach is a sister of Mr. David Simmons of Franklin, who gave us these particulars.
[Jackson Standard-Journal, Wednesday, March 8, 1899 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
IN MEMORY OF JESSE LIVELY
Jesse Lively was born at Berlin Jackson Co., O. July 8th, 1839. Died April 4, 1921. Age 81 years 8 mo. 26 days.
He was the son of John H. and Mary Lively. Was united in marriage to Margaret Aleshire, daughter of Nelson and Lyda Aleshire at Jackson O. Dec. 24th 1830. To this union were born five sons Geo. E., Frank P., John H., Walter N. and Charles C. Lively and four daughters, Huldah L., Emma J., Essie A. and Sada H. Lively who with his wife survive him to mourn their loss. For 57 years the family ties were unbroken, the father being the first to answer the "Death Angel's" call.
He united with the Christian Church at Byer, O., Jan 31st 1888 and died strong in the faith of his Savior. His entire life was spent in Jackson Co., and he was well known and respected by his many friends who will miss him.
The funeral was held at Byer Church at 1:30, Wednesday, April 6th with Rev. T. W. Stout officiating. Interment in the Byer cemetery with I. H. Powell in charge.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the many friends, for their kindness and sympathy during the illness and death of husband and father.
Mrs. Margaret Lively and family.
[Jackson Standard Journal, Wednesday, April 13, 1921 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
WILSON LIVELY DIES AT HIS HOME NEAR BYER
One of the Old Residents of Washington Township Dies March 9
The news of the death of Mr. Wilson Lively which occurred at his home in Washington township was received Tuesday. His funeral was held Wednesday afternoon at Byer under the auspices of the Odd Fellows. Mr. Lively was about seventy-six years of age. He leaves a wife Mrs. Louisa Lively, a son, John at home, and three daughters, Mrs. Phoebe Ray at Guthrie, Oklahoma, Mrs. Mary Rowland at Delaware, and Mrs. Hugh Barnhill at Wellston. He was a member of the M. E. church and was highly esteemed by many friends who mourn his loss. [Jackson Standard Journal, Friday, March 13, 1908 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Charles L Long
Charley Long Is Taken Tuesday
Early Wellston Merchant Succumbs to Long Illness At Age of 81
Charles L Long, who had lived in Wellston all his mature years and long a merchant on east Second St, died at 3:30 o'clock Tuesday morning at his home, east Second St. He had been failing in strength in recent years, but during the last five years he had been stricken repeatedly. He was 81 years old.
Mr Long was born in Milton township near Lincoln Furnace Dec 7, 1868, a son of Abraham Wilbur Long and Margaret McCune Long. The family had been prominent in this county many years, from earlier times.
He grew up on the farm and while a young man worked in the mines. He was one of the most productive miners who ever worked in old Wainwright mone. Later he come to Wellston to work with his elder brother, John C Long, and later bought a business block on Second St.,where for many years he had a grocery store and kater and exclusive shoe store. He retired about 15 years ago.
Mr Long leaves his wife, who was Viola Reed before their marriage, 59 years ago. They have one daughter, Grace, who is Mrs Harold DeVol, and a grandaughter, Miss Louene DeVol.
Surviving him also are two brothers and two sisters, James L and Harley Long, Mrs E E Chambers and Mrs C H Browne, all of this city. Two brothers are dead, John C and Ed L Long.
Mr Long joined the Methodist Church in young manhood and was a member of the King's Men's Bible Class. Rev B H Wibbler conducted the funderal service at the home this Thursday afternoon, and burial was in Ridgewood Cemetary, directed by Gaskill Service.
Mr Long was highly esteemed and widely known by a large aquaintanceship, who are saddened by his untimely death. [The Wellston Telegram, 2 June 1949 - Sub. by Lu Ann Barber]
Rites Held For Mrs Viola Long
Mrs Viola Beatrice Long died Monday evening at her home on south Vermont Avenue after an illness of several months. She was 94 years old and had spent most of her life in Wellston.
She was born near Wilkesville March 31, 1873, a daughter of John and Lydia Zinn Reed. Her husband, Charles Long, preceded her in death in May 1949. One brother and one sister are deceased.
Surviving are one daughter, Mrs Grace DeVol, and one granddaughter, Mrs Louene Lewis of St Albans, W VA. There are four great grand children. Funeral services will be held today (Thursday) at the Strong and Son Chapel in Wilkesville. Rev A B Maloy will officiate and burial will follow in Ridgewood Cemetary in Wellston. [The Wellston Telegram, 4 May 1967 - Sub. by Lu Ann Barber]
Jobe W. Lucas
Jobe W. Lucas was born in Loudon county, Va., June 4, 1830 died April 6, 1906, aged 75 years 10 months and 2 days. He came to Ohio when about 18 years of age. He was twice married, his first wife lived one year leaving him a little daughter, Mary. He was married to Elizabeth Powers, now deceased, August 3, 1859. To this union were born 3 children Sarah Farley, Emma Harris and Ella Woodson, 18 grand-children and 2 great grand-children, who with hosts of loving relatives are left to mourn their loss.
He professed a hope in Christ 40 years ago. He has lived a faithful christian until the end. He oft times made the expression that it was well with his soul. In his last day he was constantly praying to his Savior.
The deceased made his home with Henry Harris where his death occurred April 6th, 1906. The funeral took place Sunday.
[Jackson Herald, Wednesday, April 11, 1906 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
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