Stark County, Ohio
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Obituaries and Death Notices


Flora Ketterer
A brief funeral service was held Saturday afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock, at the Massillon cemetery, for Miss Flora Ketterer, who died Wednesday evening in Akron.  The body, accompanied by relatives and friends, was brought from Akron and taken to the cemetery, where interment was made.
[The Evening Independent, Massillon, OH, Nov. 22, 1915; Sub. by Karen K]

Mrs. W. C. Kingsnorth

The funeral of Mrs. W. C. Kingsnorth, who died at her home, 529 South Cherry street, Friday night, will take place today from the home at 1:30 o'clock. The deceased was 69 years of age and had been ill for five weeks. She leaves besides her husband, one daughter, five sons and four grandchildren. The services will be conducted by Rev. F. I. Beckwith of the First Baptist church. Interment at Westlawn cemetery.
[The Stark County Democrat, Apr 9, 190? - Submitted by Linda Dietz]

J. N. Kittinger
Massillion, July 30 - J. N. Kittinger, 69, retired Canal Fulton lumberman, pushed his chair back from the table this morning, said "that was a good breakfast", and fell over dead of heart failure while his wife watched. He was a prominent Methodist church worker. [Plain Dealer, July 31, 1914]

John Ervin Klink
John Ervin Klink, 60, died early Thursday, February 12, 1920, of cancer, at his home 2346 Fourteenth Street NE. He was an employee of the Berger Manufacturing Company for 20 years Mr. Klink was a member of the Bethany United Evangelical Church and of the Garfield councit, Jr. O. U. A. M. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mary Klink: five sons, Fred, Harry, Samuel, Reese, and Warren, and a daughter, May, all of Canton. Private funeral services will be held at the home Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will be made in Westlawn Cemetery.
[unknown newspaper, c. Feb 1920, Submitted by LeRoy F. Teeple]


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