Mahoning County
Ohio Genealogy and History
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Obituaries and
Death Notices



Homer Baldwin
Youngstown - Aug 3: Homer Baldwin, 90, veteran miller and business man of this city, died this morning. He was a son of Judge Eli Baldwin, who helped survey the Western Reserve and erected the first grist mill in this part of the state.
[Plain Dealer, Aug 4, 1914 - BZ - Sub by FoFG]

Anna Beavan
Washingtonville - Mrs. Anna Boavan aged 69 died Saturday night at 10 o'clock at the home of her daughter Mrs. Thomas Longbottom Franklin Square from an attack of stomach and heart trouble Mrs Beavan was born in England in 1839 was a daughter of James and Elizabeth Moody and was the last surviving member of her fathers family. She was a faithful member of the M E Church and the mother of ten children, five of whom survive: John Beavan of Lisbon, Mrs. O. F. Sanor of Salem, Mrs. Thomas Longbottom and James Beavan of Franklin, and Mrs David Griffith of Bartlesville, Okla. Funeral services were held in the Franklin Square Church Tuesday at 1 pm amid many beautiful tributes of flowers and burial in Oakland cemetery west of Washingtonville, conducted by Rev. D.L. Clark
[The Mahoning Dispatch Friday October 16, 1908 - BZ - Sub by FoFG]

W. Leroy Blanc
Alliance, May 8 - Members of the Eagles and Moose today attended the funeral of W. Leroy Blanc, Alliance soldier, who died at Little Rock, Ark. Soldiers at home on furloughs were pallbearers.
[Plain Dealer, May 9, 1918]

Blanch Lewis Burtolette
Washingtonville - Mrs Blanch Lewis, wife of Wm. Burtolette died at her home near Columbiana last Saturday aged 26 years 5 months and 3 days. She is survived by a husband and three small children who feel the lose of a loving wife and a Mother's tender care. She is also survived by her parents J. E. Lewis and wife two brothers and two sisters Earl, Raymond and Bessie of this place and Mrs. Bertha Tetlow of New Castle, Pa. Funeral services were held in the Methodist church at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon conducted by Rev. D. L. Clark assisted by Rev. A. J. B. Kast in presence of a large number of relatives and sympathizing friends An appropriate discourse was preached by Rev. Clark from the words of Isaiah LXIV, 6: "We all do fade as a leaf". The remains were taken to Oakland cemetery in a beautiful white casket surmounted by many floral tributes and kind hands laid her to rest to await the general resurrection of the just.
[The Mahoning Dispatch Friday October 30, 1908 - BZ - Sub by FoFG]


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