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Obituaries and Death Notices
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Unless noted otherwise, these were submitted by Linda Dietz


John Cartwright

Cartwright, John - a pioneer of Riley-tp is dead.
[The Lima Daily News, May 4, 1920]


Mrs. Charles C. Cass

OTTAWA, April 2 -- Mrs. Charles C. Cass, 61, former Ottawa resident, died at her home in Rawson Tuesday night. It is probable, the body will be brought to Ottawa for burial, altho funeral arrangements have not been completed. Mrs. Cass has not been in good health for some months. However, the passing of her husband a year ago is believed to have hastened her demise. The family resided here until last fall, when Mrs. Cass accompanied her daughter, Miss Marian Cass, to Rawson, where she is employed as teacher in the public schools. It was there her death occurred. The family resided for many years at 510 B. Main -st. Besides the daughter and a son, Timmie Cass, at the family home, Mrs. Cass is survived by a son, George B. Cass, residing in Indiana, and Leonard B. Cass and Mrs. Harold Bilbrey, two children, both of Toledo. Mr. Cass is employed in Toledo as a deputy United States marshal. A sister, Mrs. Charles B. Sterling, resides in Indianapolis. Mrs. Cass was the daughter of the late Dr. J. D. Timmerman, of Leipsic. While, enjoying good health she was active in the work of the Presbyterian church and took a leading part in the Ladies' Aid society.
[Lima News, Apr 2, 1930]

OTTAWA , April 3 - Services for Mrs. Charles C. Cass, who died Tuesday night at her home in Rawson, were to be held Thursday at 1:30 p. m. in her home in Rawson. The body will be accompanied to Harman cemetery, west of Gilboa, for burial beside the grave of her husband; who died more than a year ago. [
Lima News, Apr 3, 1930]


Benjamin F. Clayton
Benjamin Clayton was born in Fairfield County, Ohio, June 11, 1832 and died in his home in Yates Center, Kansas, October 16, 1884; at the age of 52 years, 4 months, and 1 day. Mr. Clayton was enrolled as a private in Co. D. 58th Indiana volunteers, December 5, 1861 and honorably discharged at Savannah, GA, December 31, 1864. He came to Kansas sixteen years ago last September. After spending some time in Franklin and Coffey counties he located in Woodson at Neosho Falls, but on the founding of Yates Center, he was among the first to locate here, where he has since been one of the enterprising men of our city. He was widely known as the proprietor of the "Old Reliable" livery stable, and was always found at his post of duty, ready to oblige his many customers until a few months since when failing health obliged him to take rest. During the past summer, he in company with his family, spent some time at Eureka Springs, Arkansas, afterward making a trip to Iowa, and later to Burlington where Mr. Clayton received medical treatment. But, medical aid was unavailing and he returned to his home to die. As a businessman, Mr. Clayton was enterprising and in social life pleasant and agreeable. His sufferings were protracted and severe, but he was conscious except at brief intervals until the last two hours. Many friends visited him daily during his last weeks and the funeral procession was perhaps the largest ever formed in Yates Center. Religious services and memorial address by Rev. J.C.Hall in the M.E. Church. the burying occurred in the Kalida Cemetery under direction of the I.O.O.F., attended by the Woodson Post of G.A.R.
[Submitted by Jeanne Bedwell]


Mary Irene Clevenger
Clevenger, Mrs. Mary Irene - Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Hartman Sons funeral home, Columbus Grove. The Rev. A. D. Pitney will officiate and burial will be in Ottawa River cemetery.
[Lima News, Mar 10, 1950]


William J. Clevenger
[Lima News, Jan 19, 1972]
Facts Noted in Obituary
Born: January 23, 1887, in Putnam Co to George W. and Lizzy (Swancott) Clevenger.
Married to: Bessie Dunlap for 64 years
Occupation: retired farmer
Died: Jan 15, 1972 Lima Memorial Hospital
Survived by: wife; 1 daughter; 1 son; 4 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren
Burial: Vaughnsville Cemetery


William T. Cole
William T. Cole, postmaster for Leipsic, died at his residence on last Friday at age 67 years, 5 months and 16 days. Born in Columbus, this state Sept. 11, 1847. Came to Ottawa in 1880, was clerk in store of Walter Day until 1886 when he moved to Leipsic. Jan. 10, 1908 he was appointed Postmaster at Leipsic, and held position at his death. His term expired Jan. 1916. Held several local offices in Leipsic, and was a member of Knights of Pythias. Funeral last Monday, at Leipsic. Largely attended.
[Putnam County Sentinel, March 5, 1915]


C. C. Corsen
Pandora - C. C. Corsen, 88, died at 2:30 a.m. Monday at his home here from heart failure. He had been ill one week. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Virginia Davis, Pandora and Mrs. Magdalena Wilson, Dayton; on son, Guy Corsen, Bluffton; eight grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, and one brother, Edward Krohn, Pandora. The body is at the Lehman funeral home, where it will remain until time for services at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Pandora Church of Christ. Rev. Lee Remaley will officiate and burial will be in Pandora cemetery.
[The Lima News, Jan. 12, 1948]


Sarah Crawford
Kalida- Mrs. Sarah Crawford, 84, died yesterday at 3 a. m. in her home here. She is survived by one son Edward, at home. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p. m. in the Presbyterian church. Burial in Kalida cemetery.
[Lima News, Apr 3, 1933]


Audrey G. Cupp
[Lima News Jun 18, 2002]
Facts Noted in Obituary
Born: Aug. 20.1920, in Leipsic to Wallace and Alta Butler Sherick
Married to: Orval C. Capp Jr for 46 years
Occupation: formerly a secretary for the Leipsic Police Department and for Cupp's Locker, Leipsic.
Died: June 16, 2002, at SCCI Hospital , Lima
Survived by: 1 son; 1 daughter; 4 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren
Burial: Sugar Ridge Cemetery, Leipsic


Henrietta Cupp
[Lima News, May 16, 1977]
Facts Noted in Obituary
Born: Aug. 26, 1899, here, she was the daughter of Henry and Katherine (Ball) Bussing.
Married to: Orval S. Cupp for 59 years
Occupation: homemaker
Died: May 15, 1977 St. Rita's Medical Center. Lima
Survived by: husband; 4 sons; 1 daughter; 2 sisters; 17 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren
Burial: St. Mary's Catholic Church Cemetery




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