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EASTMAN
, Mrs. Nellie, 90, of 34 Plumwood Rd. [Xenia Daily Gazette, Jan 30, 1965 - Sub. by L. Dietz]


EATON -- Class of 1892 - VALENTINE WINTERS EATON. Born, Nov. 1, 1870, in Dayton, Ohio. Son of Col. Lucien Bonaparte (D.C. 1859) and Clara Winters Eaton. Fitted at Phillips (Andover) Academy. Graduated from Law Department Boston University, 1895, and was admitted to practice in the State courts of Tennessee. In June, 1896, he entered the office of B.F. Hershey, Dayton, and, the following summer, was admitted to the bar of Ohio, and became a partner with Mr. Hershey. Died, Nov. 2, 1898, in Dayton. Married, July 10, 1895, Mabel, daughter of Prof. E.R. (D.C. 1859) and Charlotte Blaisdell Ruggles of Hanover, who survives. Children: Clara Winters, Charlotte, the latter living. [Source: "Dartmouth College Necrology, 1898-1899", Hanover, N.H., Dartmouth Press, 1899. Transcribed by K. Mohler]

EISENBERG, Mrs. Bertha, 36, of 1545 Philadelphia Dr. , yesterday; services 1:30 p.m. today (Marker and Heller). [Xenia Daily Gazette, Jan 5, 1965 - Sub by L. Dietz]

ELSMAN, William, 78, of 625 Piqua Pl., Sunday; services 2 p.m. tomorrow (Hoyne, E. Third St). [Xenia Daily Gazette, Jan 26, 1965 - Sub. by L. Dietz]

EMERICK, Harley, of Jones St., yesterday (Hoyne, E. Third St.). [Xenia Daily Gazette, Jan 9, 1965 - Sub by L. Dietz]

ENGLE, George L., 59, of 1846 Huffman Ave., Wednesday; services 10:30 a.m. today (Marder & Heller).[Xenia Daily Gazette, Jan 30, 1965 - Sub. by L. Dietz]

ENGLE, George L., 59, of 1846 Huffman Ave., yesterday; (Marker and Heller). [Xenia Daily Gazette, Jan 28, 1965 - Sub by L. Dietz]

EVERITT, William
Soldiers Home, O., Oct 23 - A very serious accident occurred at the old debris shed of the camp dining room, William Everitt, First Missouri Engineers, a member of company No. 35, was standing under the shed, when the roof fell upon him, crushing him to the ground. He was so seriously hurt that it is not expected he will survive. The shed was being torn down, and he being deaf, did not hear the warning orders of the boss workman to stand from beneath. His people live at Hillsboro, Montgomery county, O.
[The Daily Herald, Delphos, O., Oct 23, 1895 - Sub by L. Dietz]




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