James F. Manning
Died in this village, of dysentary, on the 14th inst., James Frederick, son of Levi and Maria Manning, aged 6 years, 1 month and 16(?) days. [The Summit County Beacon (Akron, OH) 18 Aug 1841, pg 3]
Hudson: Aug. 9. - Charlie, infant son of Henry W. and Mary E. Marrott, aged eight months, died Monday noon of cholera infantum. [Summit County Beacon (10 Aug. 1887) - MZ - Sub by FoFG]
SAVED THE TRAIN - But in the Heroic Act Lost His Own Life
Akron, Ohio, Feb. 22 - Michael McDonough, aged 50, discovered a railroad rail which had been placed across the track just outside the city limits yesterday. The train was in sight and he had only time to lift one end and drag it from the track when the engine struck the other end and dashed it against his head, crushing his skull like an eggshell. The engine and cars did not leave the track. [The Vernon Courier (Lamar County AL), Feb. 27, 1890 - VM - Sub by FoFG]
John C. Means
AKRON, O., May 8. - John C. Means, prosecutor of Summit county, died very suddenly this forenoon at the home of his mother in Tallmadge township, this county, of rheumatism of the heart. Mr. Means had been suffering for some time past, and a week ago asked that an assistant prosecutor be appointed, which was done in the person of Ed F. Voris, Esq. Mr. Means yesterday asked his physician about the probable outcome of the attack. The doctor in good faith told him that he thought health would soon return. This forenoon Mr. Means was walking about the yard when the rheumatism attacked the heart and he died almost instantly. He was 32 years of age and unmarried. [Plain Dealer (9 May 1886) - MZ - Sub by FoFG]
Miss Lizzie Miece died very suddenly at her home near the coal shaft about a mile north West of town, last Thursday night. Her death resulted from a congestive chill, caused by protracted ague chills. Her father was buried last October. This, with the daughter's untimely death, has almost crazed the grief-stricken wife and mother. [Summit County Beacon (10 Aug. 1887) - MZ - Sub by FoFG]
Clinton: Aug. 8. - The funeral of George Miller, who died so suddenly last Monday, was held from the Lutheran Church at this place on last Wednesday. The internment took place at the village cemetery. [Summit County Beacon (10 Aug. 1887) - MZ - Sub by FoFG]
Francis E. Mills
"TOGETHER AGAIN FOREVER"
Francis E. Mills "Sonny," 75, went home to be with the Lord on May 18, 2001, after a long illness.
Born in Akron, he had worked for Goodyear Aerospace, retiring with 43 years service. He was a member of the Masonic Adoniram-Joppa Lodge 517, and a World War II Army veteran. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening, and camping with the Goodyear Camping Club.
Preceded in death by his loving wife of 54 years, Rita, he is survived by his children, Edith Mills of Akron, Frank Mills of New Hampshire, and Barbara Mills of Chardon, as well as brothers, sisters, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, family, and friends.
"We will miss you and Mom deeply; once again, you are together."
Funeral services Monday, 10 a.m., at the Eckard Baldwin Sanctuary Chapel, 760 E. Market St., Pastor Steve Van Houten officiating. Interment at Hillside Memorial Park, where V. F. W. Appleman Post 3294 and American Legion Post 281 will conduct military services. Friends may call at the funeral home TODAY, 2 to 4 p.m., where a Masonic service will be conducted at 4 p.m. Eckard Baldwin Funeral Home and Chapel, 330-535-7141.) [Akron Beacon Journal (May 20, 2001)]
Rita A. Mills
Rita A. Mills, 72, went home to be with the Lord, after a long illness, on April 5, 2000. Born in Akron, she had worked for Purolator Products, Kent, Akron Standard and Stow Systems. Rita enjoyed crossword puzzles, crocheting, fishing, and camping with the Goodyear Camping Club. Preceded in death by her brother, Paul Ortman; and loving friend, Dora Jean Forsythe, she is survived by her loving husband of 52 years, Francis E. Mills; children, Edith E. Mills of Akron, Frank D. Mills of New Hampshire, and Barbara Mills of Chardon; six grandchildren, one great-granddaughter; brother, Lee Ortman of Illinois; as well as other family and friends. Rita will be forever loved and missed by all she touched in her life. Funeral services Monday, 10 a.m., at the Eckard Baldwin Sanctuary Chapel, 760 E. Market Street. Rev. G. Rod Taylor officiating. Interment at Hillside Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. (Eckard Baldwin Funeral Home & Chapel)
[Akron Beacon Journal (April 9, 2000)]
The funeral of Brother Emory Moore took place on Thursday at Cuyahoga Falls. A number of Pathfinders were present from Akron lodges and nearly every member of Maget lodde of Cuyahoga Falls was present. Brother Moore leaves a widow and small boy, and his insurance in the Pathfinder will thus result in much good. [Akron Daily (Akron, OH) Democrat, May 1, 1899, page 3]