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Obituaries and Death Notices

Wm. Taylor
The Late Wm. Taylor
Hudson Enterprise.
Wm. Taylor, who has been known in and abut Hudson for several years as a good citizen and an industrious man, died at his residence near the depot, Sunday, Oct. 10. Mr. Taylor was born in Waploed, Lincolnshire, Eng., March 31, 1818. He leaves a wife and five children, three girls and two boys. Two of the girls live at home; Mary, the eldest daughter, married Mr. C. S. Gerster, of Akron, where she now resides. The boys are Reuben, a fireman on the C, Mt. V & C. Railroad, and James, a baggage-master also of that road.
[Summit County Beacon, October 27, 1880 - DW - Sub by FoFG]

Alice E. Thomas
Alice E., Wife of Col. D. W. Thomas
The news of the death, at 2:20 Sunday afternoon, of Mrs. Alice Elizabeth, wife of Colonel D. W. Thomas, came as a shock to a host of friends throughout the city, who, knowing her all her life, testified to the high esteem in which she was held, by numerous and sincere expressions of sorrow. She had been sick but a few days and it was only on Saturday evening that her dangerous condition became generally known. Her death, coming in the prime of a happy and useful life, could not but have proven a sore and sudden affliction to her relatives and friends. Mrs. Thomas was the second daughter of James M. and Sarah A. Hale, and was born in Akron, September 11, 1847. September 9, 1868, she was married to Colonel Thomas. A father, a husband, two sisters - Emily F. (unmarried) and Lucy J., wife of George M. Wright, Esq. and four children - three boys and an infant daughter, the latter but nine days old - survive to mourn her loss and emulate her many virtues.
[Summit County Beacon January 17, 1880 - DW - Sub by FoFG]


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