Trumbull County, Ohio
Obituaries and Death Notices
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Niles, May 20- Anthony Casey, 67, resident of Niles fifty years, is dead. (Plain Dealer, May 21, 1917 - Submitted by L. Dietz)
DIED of a fever on the 15th of February last, at his residence in Vernon, Trumbull County, Ohio, Mr. William Chapman; he was indisposed six days, and departed having nearly attained the full age of 70 years. His former residence was in Barkhamsted, Litchf ield County, Connecticut. [Source: Connecticut Courant, April 6, 1813; DW, Sub by FoFG]
DEATHS. --In Troy, Wisconsin, on the 23d of August, 1870, of dysentery, James Chinnock, formerly of this county, aged ?2years. [Western Reserve Chronicle, (Warren, OH.) Wednesday, September 21, 1870 - Sub by Kathy McDaniel]
David C. Christy
DEATHS. --In Bloomfield, Sept. 13, 1870, of consumption, David C. son of James and Rachel Christy, aged 25 years, 7 months and 21 days.
Dear as thou wert and justly dear, We need not weep for thee, One thought will check the starting tear, It is that thou art free. [Western Reserve Chronicle, (Warren, OH.) Wednesday, October 12, 1870 - Sub by Kathy McDaniel]
Capt. James Christy
Death of an Old Settler.
Captain James Christy, one of the early settlers of Brookfield township, died on the 28th ultimo. He was born in Sussex county, New Jersey, immigrated to Brookfield in early life, and been a citizen of this place for forty-six years he has been connected with a branch of the Christian church, and was a faithful and exemplary member. He has left a widow, nine children and numerous grand children to mourn the loss of a kind husband, affectionate father and safe counselor; while the community has lost a valuable citizen. A funeral discourse was preached by Rev. S.T. Warner from Job XIV., 14. Services concluded with prayer by Rev. Benjamin Excell. Although the weather was very stormy, the funeral was attended by a large number of people of this neighborhood. Brookfield, Jan. 31, 1862 [Western Reserve Chronicle (Warren, OH) 05 Feb 1862, p.3]
Warren.- E.J. Clapp of this city, who was at Newton, Ill., for the summer, died suddenly there, Mr. Clapp was a native of Windsor, Ashtabula county, served in the Civil war, and later resided in Thompson, where he was president of the Thompson Mutual Insurance Co., which failed some years ago. Later he was engaged in telephone construction work in Ohio and Illinois. He served in the general assembly from Geauga county. [The Mahoning Dispatch; Canfield, Ohio, June 09, 1911 - Sub. by Kate Watson ]
Almarine Clark (nee Hickok)
From Greene, Editor Chronicle:---I take my pen to resume the sad theme upon which I have so often dwelt for the last few months, two more of our citizens having passed away since I last wrote.
Mrs. Almarine Clark, wife of Mr. George Clark, and daughter of John and Delia Hickok, died March 23d, 1869, aged twenty-four years. She was a kind and obedient daughter, a faithful and devoted wife, and a fond and tender mother. She leaves a husband and two small sons, together with many relatives and friends, to mourn her loss. The blow seems the more severe, it being so sudden and unexpected. She was taken with fits on Saturday night, remaining unconscious until Tuesday, when her spirit took its flight to the brighter land. Though hard to part with one so dear, yet she is gone. That hand, so warm, is now cold and lifeless! Her florid cheek has turned pale in death. Her eye, so full of lustre, has ceased to roll in softness on her dear children, and is darkened forever. Her heart, which once beat so high with hope and life, has ceased to throb, and her dear voice of sweetest sound is hushed in perpetual silence. The funeral was attended at the Disciple Church, on the 24th, by a large and weeping audience. An able discourse was delivered by Rev. E. A. Wakefield.
D. R. B. March 26. [Western Reserve Chronicle, (Warren, OH.) Wednesday, April 7, 1869 , April 7, 1869 - Sub by Kathy McDaniel]
DEATHS. --In Mesopotamia, Aug. 2d, Miss Susan Clark, daughter of Isaac Clark, dec'd, aged 54 years. Deceased was one of the oldest inhabitants of the township, her father being among the first settlers of this county. [Western Reserve Chronicle, (Warren, OH.) Wednesday, August 17, 1870 - Sub by Kathy McDaniel]
Shelden H. and Shelden O. Cobb
DEATHS. --In Mecca, on the 7th inst., of cholera infantum, Shelden H. and Shelden O., sons of N. B. and Amelia M. Cobb, aged 4 months and seven days. [Western Reserve Chronicle, (Warren, OH.) Wednesday, August 17, 1870 - Sub by Kathy McDaniel]
DEATHS. --In Bazetta, on the 28th of May, Mrs. Lucy Colton, aged 69 years. Mrs. Colton was born at Weathersfield, Mass., in 1800, and moved to Ohio in 1825. She was a faithful member of the church for over half a century. During a long and painful illness she was always patient and cheerful, in her last hours she was very happy and her mouth was filled with praise. She bade her children all an affectionate farewell and asked them to meet her in Heaven. She now rests from her sufferings in that beautiful land where there is no pain, and has joined loved ones over the river, where she waits those coming after. C. [Western Reserve Chronicle, (Warren, OH.) Wednesday, June 30, 1869 - Sub by Kathy McDaniel]
Nan M Cramer
DEATHS. --Wednesday morning, Aug. 10, Nan M., wife of S. P. Cramer, Esq., of Hubbard, O., aged 30 years. [Western Reserve Chronicle, (Warren, OH.) Wednesday, August 17, 1870 - Sub by Kathy McDaniel]