Jackson County Ohio
Sanford Yearian Dead
Sanford Yearian, aged about 35 years, died at the home of his mother, in Liberty township, Friday morning after a four years’ illness. He was kicked by a horse four years ago and before he recovered from its effects, he was affected with tuberculosis which finally caused death.
He was a son of the late William Yearian and was well known in the vicinity where he was reared. He was a member of the Foresters of America in this city and that lodge will attend the funeral in a body.
The deceased is survived by two brothers and two sisters, besides his aged mother. The funeral will be held Sunday, afternoon at the residence after which interment will be made in Fairmount by undertaker, C. A. Wood [Jackson Herald, Jackson, Ohio, Saturday, February 27, 1909 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
John F. Yerian
JOHN F. YEARIAN FALLS DEAD ON MAIN STREET
The sudden deaths of Mrs. John Johnson and her brother Joseph Jenkins on May 10th and 15th respectively was followed by that of John W. Yearian on May 19th.
Yearian came to town from his Liberty township home, and shortly after two o'clock he had a conversation with Ellsworth D. Kelly in which he spoke of his plans for planting this season. Then he went to the store of William E. Evans and while there he spoke of not feeling well. Going out on the street, he walked as far as Gilbert's restaurant, and there he fell with his head toward the door. Arch McCoy and Policeman B. T. Hughes carried him over to the City office in the public park and Dr. A. G. Ray was summoned, but he was dead before the doctor arrived. He breathed once or twice while the men were carring bim [sic] across Main, but he never spoke after he fell.
The body was taken to the undertaking rooms of Charles L. Wood to be prepared for burial and the family was notified. His home was on a famr [sic] in northeastern Liberty, and he was about fifty-nine years old, his birthday being June 18.
There survive one daughter Mrs. Robert Whitaker, and six sons T. J. Yerian, employed with the Sun Coal Co., James and Howard as miners at Jisco. Fred employed at Star. Allen at the Crown Pipe and Bert at the Bit Works. Another son named Walter died some time ago, in Madison county. The mother is living. The funeral was held May 21, with Charles L. Wood as undertaker. [Jackson Journal, Wednesday, May 26, 1920 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Martha Jane Yerian
In Memory of Martha Jane Yerian
Worn by the weight of years, after a life of service which bless her home and community, Mrs. Martha Jane Yerian quietly passed into the great beyond at 7 o'clock, Saturday evening September 30, 1916.
Mrs. Yerian by inheritance possessed a strong body and by this strength she had been able to withstand many hardships and she came down to old age scarcely knowing what sickness in her own body meant. So it was that is was not disease that caused her death, but a general wearing out of the physical system. Her death came at the home of her son William at Resaca, Madison county, Ohio to which place she had gone to spend her declining days.
Mrs. Yerian was born in Holmes county, Ohio, December 12, 1839 and was the daughter of John and Lydia Rugg Mikesell. When a small girl, Mrs. Yerian moved with her parents to Jackson county where the greater part of her life was spent.
In 1862 Mrs. Yerian was united in marriage to Samuel Yerian and to them nine children were born. Of this family four are dead: Herbert, John, Anice and Sanford. Five sons survive: William S. of Resaca, Oscar B. of Boulder, Colorado, Jacob J. at London, OHio, Charles E. and Lewis A. of Madison county.
The husband and father, Samuel Yerian, preceded his wife in death by a little more than a year, having died August 8, 1815.
Mrs. Yerian was a member of the Christian church, but associated herself with other churches when there was no organization of her denomination in the community.
The older residents of the locality will remember her many acts of neighborliness. She was much sought in times of sickness and distress and she never failed to answer an appeal for help when her own home duties would permit.
Her long life has been lived used fully and in the service of others. After life's toil and hardships she has laid down the burden and found rest of body and peace to her soul. [Standard-Journal, Wednesday, October 11, 1916 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Mr. Samuel Yerrian ages 84 years an honorable citizen the the county, died Sunday at the home of his nephew, Al Yerrian on Mitchel street. The deceased was not a sufferer from any disease except in the sense of old age. Funeral took place Tuesday, interment at Pleasant Grove by undertaker Chas. L. Wood. [Jackson Herald, Jackson, Ohio, Wednesday, August 16, 1915 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
William Franklin Yerian
Wm. F. Yerian, Veteran, Dead
Served in Civil War, Marched With Sherman To the Sea
After serving his country through the Civil War for nearly four years and returning to serve his country in peace as he had served in war William F. Yerian died Tuesday evening at his home in Liberty township lacking three months of reaching his 95th birthday anniversary. He was a fine soldier and marched with Sherman “from Atlanta to the Sea” participating in many of the hard battles which men who followed that intrepid campaigner experienced. He served in the 47th O.V.I. and those who know that regiment will know the kind of service he saw for his country.
He was a member of Francis Smith post G.A.R. and enjoyed attending the meetings when he was able. For several months he has been in very feeble health and gradually succumbed largely to the encroachments of age.
He is survived by five children, Joseph, of Bishop, Cal.; Mrs. Bernard Tinlin, Haberston, Mich.; Albert Harper, Frank and Ed Yerian all living in Liberty township. He was a brother to Asa Yerian of Wellston and another brother Isaac lives at West Liberty.
The burial was Friday afternoon with Clyde Mayhew in charge and Rev. M. R. White conducted the funeral services. Interment was in Pleasant Grove Cemetery. [Jackson Herald, Jackson, Ohio, Saturday, January 5, 1929 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
Sarah A. Stewart Yinger
MRS. FRED YINGER ANSWERS FINAL SUMMONS
Sarah A. Stewart, daughter of Daniel and Jane Stewart was born in Allegheny Co. Pa. in the year 1839.
She came to Ohio with her parents when quite young and settled in Jackson County. In 1863 she was married to Frederick Yinger who preceded her in death May 23, 1916.
Mrs. Yinger made her home with her chldren, her death occurring at the home of her son, J. L. Yinger, Scioto twonship, May 3rd. She was in her eighty-second year.
Surviving her are six children, namely, J. A. Yinger, J. L. Yinger,Mrs. J. M. Mohat, Mrs. F. L. Dauber, Jackson, Ohio; Mrs. Will Blake, London, Ohio, Mrs. William Riegel, Stockdale, Ohio. Two children are deceased, a son in infancy and Mrs. Charles Moles, Portsmouth, March 1899.
Funeral seravices were conducted at the M. E. Church., Friday morning at which the Revs. W. H. Mitchell and John Stewart officiated. Intermnet in Fairmount in charge of L. H. Powell. [Jackson Standard Journal, Wednesday, May 11, 1921 - Contributed by: Donna Scurlock]
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