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John Adams
On the 20th ult. Mr. John Adams, for many years a respected citizen of this town. He has left a wife and five children to lament their loss.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Apr 3 1824]

Milka Adams
On Saturday last after a short but severe illness, Mrs. Milka Adams, consort of Mr. Henry Adams, of this place. The deceased left four children.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH -May 10 1825]

Eli S. Anderson
DIED. -- In Waynesville, Warren county, Ohio, Thursday, December 23d, 1875, after a lingering illness, Mr. Eli S. Anderson, aged about 36 years. Mr. A. formerly resided in Gallipolis, was engaged in the Queensware business with Mr. Geppert, and was a son-in-law of Thos. McCafferty, Esq., of this city.
[Gallipolis Journal, (Gallipolis, Oh.) Thursday, December 30, 1875 - Sub. by Kathy McDaniel]

Col. Appling
Col. Appling, late of the U. S. Army, who distinguished himself in the late war, died at Fort Montgomery, in the Mississippi Territory.
[THE FARMER, Lebanon, Ohio, May 2, 1817 - PT - Sub by FoFG]

Betsey Armstrong
-On Sunday last, Betsey, daughter of James Armstrong, dec'd.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Sep 5 1825]

James Armstrong
-On Monday last after a lingering illness, James Armstrong, for many years a resident of this vicinity.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Sep 5 1825]

Sarah E. Bailey
Died suddenly, on the 19th of Sixth month, 1857, at her residence near Springboro, O., Sarah E. Bailey, wife of Joshua Bailey, and daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth Wood; a member and minister of Springboro Monthly Meeting, in the 33d year of her age. In the demise of our dear friend, the little meeting to which she belonged has sustained a loss, yet we have the consoling belief, that her end was peace-though the event was unlooked for by herself or by her friends. The first of the year she made the following entry in her diary: " Another year has run its course, and brought as so much nearer to the end of our earthly pilgrimage. What report of us has it borne to the high courts above ? I trust it has been my aim to be pressing after a more intimate acquaintance with my God. Wilful departure from his law written in my heart, I cannot accuse myself of; and oh I if spared to witness the close of the year, may still greater progress be witnessed, and the day's work through boundless mercy keep pace with the day. Should my days be lengthened out, I shall esteem it a cause for renewed thankfulness ; but into thy hands thou eternal and everlasting God, I desire solemnly to commit my all, body and soul, that thou mayst do with me as seemeth good in thy holy sight; and through all and in all, in life, or in death, thy will be done." At subsequent dates she writes : "In a good degree, calm and tranquil, and endeavouring, (I trust not unavailingly,) to draw near to the one source of help and strength and have my all with Him. Oh for a more continual abiding in watchfulness unto prayer, ready at all times to lift the heart in living aspirations unto God for strength, and for a right qualification in all things to give thanks unto him, and to praise him more and more. This, I believe, does not conflict with true cheerfulness. And oh I how my spirit craves this precious covering, that in my endeavours to diffuse an air of cheerful happiness over my own dear family circle, without preventing anything of good, I may set a watch over the door of re??ips, and ever maintain that holy fear which will ever be found as a fountain of life to preserve from the snares of death. Changes are indeed my portion. Deep calleth unto deep, and my spirit is at times well nigh overwhelmed while the floods of the enemy assail; but to God I will make my appeal; at his feet I will strive patiently to wait until he shall say it is enough, and cause a way to open where now no way appears. Help Lord, for in thee do I trust." Third mo. 18th, 1857.- Since my last date, I have had to experience change and besetments, as well as been favoured with some evidences of being under right direction. May I still trust in God-thankful for favours past, and humbly hope for more." A little before her death, she prayed" for more faith and patience. Shortly after she said, " I must die I go in peace ; my love to all my friends; my peace - made with all men, and with my God. My robe washed and made white in the blood of the Lamb."
[Source: The Friend, 1857 - KT - Sub by FoFG]

William M'Lean Bellar
On Saturday last, William M'Lean Bellar, infant son of Mr. Peter Bellar.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - July 23 1821]

Mrs. Benham
On Monday last, Mrs. Benham, consort of James Benham, Esq., of this vicinity.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Sep 5 1825]

Cassandra Biggs
On Wednesday last, Mrs. Cassandra Biggs, consort of Thomas Biggs, of this place.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Mar 6 1824]

William Bogart
On Sunday last in this vicinity after a short illness, William Bogart.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Oct 4 1825]

Prudence Bone
On Sunday last after a lingering illness, Mrs. Prudence Bone, consort of David Bone, of this town.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - July 17 1824]

Eden Burrowes
Eden Burrowes, one of the pioneers of Warren county, fell asleep on the 28th ult., at the age of 92. He removed from New Jersey to Cincinnati in 1796, and settled in Warren county in 1802. For half a century he carried on the business of tanning and farming on an extensive scale, and boar a spotless reputation.
[Source: Holmes County Republican.,Millersburg Holmes County Ohio April 22, 1858 - JR - Sub by FoFG]

Mary Carhart
On Saturday morning the 14th, Mary Carhart, aunt of the editor of this paper.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Apr 5 1821]

Ivory H. Chatburn
-On the 28th inst. Ivory H. Chatburn, of this place.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - May 6 1823]

Mary Congleton
At Peru Township, Morrow County, Ohio, Mary Congleton, aged 103; she was probably the oldest person in Ohio; her husband was a Revolutionary pensioner.
[Pittsfield Sun, Apr 4, 1861]

Caroline Mathilda Corwin

On Sabbath morning, Caroline Mathilda, daughter of Matthias Corwin, Jun, Esq.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - July 16 1821]

Matthias Corwin, Jr
-On Tuesday last after a severe illness, Matthias Corwin, Junior, Clerk of the Court of this county. He has left a wife and two children to deplore their loss.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Oct 12 1822]

Elizabeth Crane
On Thursday morning the 18th, Mrs. Elizabeth Crane, consort of Mr. Lewis Crane.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Oct 20 1821]

Nancy Crawford
On Thursday last after a short illness Mrs. Nancy Crawford, of this vicinity.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - June 12 1824]

James Decamp
On Sunday morning the 8th inst., James Decamp, for many years a resident of this town.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Feb 14 1824]

Augustus C. Donnally
DIED. -- At the residence of his father, near Morrow, Warren county, Ohio, Friday morning, Sept. 29th, 1876, of typhoid fever, Augustus C. Donnally, second son of Capt. Augustus Donnally, formerly of this city, aged 19 years and 3 months.
[Gallipolis Journal, (Gallipolis, Oh.) Thursday, October 12, 1876 - Sub. By Kathy McDaniel]

Mary Drake
-On the same day, Mrs. Mary Drake, consort of Col. Lewis Drake, of this vicinity.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - July 30 1821]

Mrs. Dyche
-On Sunday last, Mrs. Dyche, consort of Mr. Frederick Dyche of this county.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Aug 28 1823]

Martin Earhart
On the 6th inst, Mr. Martin Earhart, of this vicinity, at the advanced age of 96 years.
[THE FARMER, Lebanon, Ohio, May 9, 1817 - PT - Sub by FoFG]

Jacob Emfight
On last Thursday evening Jacob Emfight, an old revolutionary soldier, in the 83rd year of his age.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Sep 5 1825]

Charles Fox, Jr
On Wednesday evening, 10th inst., at his residence near this place, Mr. Charles Fox, Junior, Esq., aged 34 years, leaving a wife and five children.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Sep 13 1825]

Mary Fox
-This morning, Mrs. Mary Fox, consort of Mr. Charles Fox, in the 66th year of her age.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - July 23 1821]

John Funston
John Funston who shot the mail carrier last September in Ohio was hung at New Philadelphia on the 30th ult. He made a full confession of his guilt. He was born in Northumberland county in this state and only 22 years of age. - Frank. Repos.
[Republican Compiler (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania) January 25, 1825 - Sub. by Nancy Piper]

Mrs. Gibbs
-On Sunday last, Mrs. Gibbs, consort of Mr. Thomas Gibbs.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Mar 2 1822]

Mary Gill
-On Friday morning, Mrs. Mary Gill, of this place.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH -Sep 25 1823]

Eliza Ann Gordon
On Thursday last Eliza Ann Gordon, consort of Capt. John M. Daniel, her friends and society has sustained a very great loss.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH -June 7 1825]

Phebe Griggs
On Saturday last in this town Phebe, daughter of Matthew and Ann Griggs.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - July 30 1821]

Samuel Gustin
On Tuesday last, Mr. Samuel Gustin, an old and respected inhabitant of this vicinity after a short but severe illness, Mr. Joseph Eddye, an old and respected inhabitant of this vicinity.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Aug 28 1823]

Harriet Halsey
On the 6th inst. Miss Harriet Halsey, daughter of T. B. Halsey of this vicinity. Her death was occasioned by a cut on the knee.
[THE FARMER, Lebanon, Ohio, May 9, 1817 - PT - Sub by FoFG]

Alexander Hamilton
On last week in Hamilton township, Mr. Alexander Hamilton.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH -Oct 16 1823]

Daniel Hathway
On Thursday evening last, Daniel Hathway of this town.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Apr 23 1825]

John Hays
On Tuesday last in this vicinity, John Hays, aged 70. His remains were interred in the Methodist burying ground with Masonic honors.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH -Feb 5 1825]

Robert Hays
-On Monday last near this place, Robert Hays.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Oct 4 1825]

Hannah Holcomb
Holcomb, Mrs. Hannah, Mason, Warren Co., Ohio, Dec. 30, ae. 86. She was born March 22, 1771, in Salisbury, Litchfteld Co., Ct., where her parents, David and Lois Everest, had resided from their birth. Mrs. Holcomb, being one out of 13 sons and daughters, in that puritanic family, was married in September, 1786, to Dr. Jonathan Holcomb, of Sheffield, Berkshire Co., Mass. Dr. H. was born at Sheffield, Mass., June 19, 1762, and was a graduate of Yale College, Ct., in 1784-5, and after a thorough course in the study of medicine, removed early in life to New Jersey, practising his profession in that state and Pennsylvania for many years; emigrating with his family in the spring of 1814 to Warren Co., Ohio, where they resided until his decease, Oct. 1, 1847. Mrs. H. became a member of the Presbyterian church while yet under the care of her father and mother, and continued a practical Christian, under all the varied changes through which she was called to pass, for more than 70 years, until summoned to the enjoyment of a harvest of good works, far away, in that beautiful land of rest. [Source: "Annual Obituary Notices of Eminent Persons who have died in the United States for 1858" by Hon. Nathan Crosby; John P. Jewett and Co., pub. 1859.]


Albert S. Hopping

At Morrow, Warren county, Ohio, Albert S. Hopping, late of Company A. Fourth Ohio Calvary.
Spared through the dangers of four years service, he has gone, quietly and uncomplainingly to sleep with the band of heroes who shall never muster more, till the sound of the last grand reveille.
[Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Dec 19, 1868]

Rev. James Hughs
On Thursday last, at Oxford, the Rev. James Hughs, a teacher of languages at Miami University. He has left a wife and a numerous family of children together with a large circle of relatives.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - June 7 1821]

Capt. William Humphreys
On Sunday the 18th inst. Capt. William Humphreys, an early settler of this county. [The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - May 6 1823]

Juliet Hunt
On Monday evening last, Miss Juliet Hunt, daughter of Col. Ralph W. Hunt. [The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Aug 2 1823]

Lucy Hunt
On Saturday last after a short illness, Miss Lucy Hunt, daughter of Col. Ralph W. Hunt of this vicinity.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Feb 3 1816]

Polly James
On Tuesday last, Mrs. Polly James, consort of Mr. Aaron James, of this county.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Aug 28 1823]

Christopher M. Jones

-On last Tuesday evening in this place, after a short but severe illness, Christopher M. Jones. He was a member of the Baptist Church. His life was pious and exemplary. He has left a wife and seven children to lament their loss.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Oct 4 1825]

John Kilingling
Lebanon, Warren Co., Ohio, Dec. ___  ae. 50. He was penurious in habit, and although it was generally known that he was wealthy, there were but few who even guessed at a tithe of his riches. Upon opening the will, it was found that he had died leaving $750,000 worth of property in this country and in Germany. His direction for the disposition of this sum is equally novel and unsophisticated. By his will, it is provided that the money shall be deposited in a bank, the principal never to be touched, but the interest to be devoted to the education of the Protestant Germans in this state. His acquaintances were few, and like most of those who exist only for the hoarding of wealth, he formed no friendships. [Source: "Annual Obituary Notices of Eminent Persons who have died in the United States for 1858" by Hon. Nathan Crosby; John P. Jewett and Co., pub. 1859.]


B. J. "Bud" Krugh
Warren - B. J. "Bud" Krugh, 49, of Lake Milton died at 1:30 p.m. Sunday in a boating accident on the Ohio River near Newell, W.Va. He was born April 18, 1927, in Mendon, a son of Frank and Cleo (Williamson) Krugh. On May 28, 1954, he married the former Vivian Alverti, who survives. Also surviving are his grandmother, Mrs. Lucille Nest of Rockford; four sons. Dennis and Theodore, both of Rockford, Gary of Warren and David of Lake Milton, two daughters. Mrs Richard (Sharyn) Wilms of Leavittsburg and Mrs. Jim (Diane) Kesler of Ohio City; a brother, Robert of Fountain Valley, Calif; a sister, Mrs. Gladys Simon of 1028 Westchester Court, and six grandchildren. Krugh was a member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Lake Milton and a World War II Navy veteran. Funeral services will be at 1 p. m. Wednesday in the Carl Hall Funeral Home, Warren, with the Rev Z M.Hollenson officiating. Burial will be in Riverview Memorial Park. Friends may call in the funeral home.
[Van Wert Times, Sep 28, 1976]

John Laird
On the 24th last, at New Lisbon, after a severe illness of a few hours, John Laird, Esq., a senator of this state from Columbiana county. He was a young man justly entitled to the esteem of his friends and acquaintances.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - May 15 1824]

Dr. M. D. Lathrop
On the 12th inst., after a short but severe illness, which he bore with Christian fortitude, Dr. M. D. Lathrop, of Waynesville. His remains were interred in the friends burying ground with Masonic honors.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Sep 20 1825]

Oliver Lee
Lebanon, O., Feb 21- Oliver Lee, aged 25, in his attempt to board a moving freight train west of here yesterday morning, was horribly mangled, dying an hour afterwards.
[Lima Daily Times, Feb 21, 1891]

Timothy Leonard
A hermit died at New Marlborough, Mass., on the 14th ult. Timothy Leonard aged 70. He was born in Connecticut, brought up in Woodbury. After he was of age he went to Fredericksburg, N. Y., where his father then resided. At 24 he came to this town.
[THE FARMER, Lebanon, Ohio, Aug 15, 1817 - PT - Sub by FoFG]

Nathan Linton
Wilmington, O., Feb. 11, ae. 81. He was born on the banks of the Delaware River, Bucks Co., Penn., Jan. 17,1778, and with his father's family emigrated thence to Ohio, in 1802. The family stopped first at Waynesville, Warren Co., then a place of considerable note. In 1804, he raised his first crop in the limits of what is now Clinton Co., and has, from that time to this, steadily cultivated the same lands. In 1805, his father's family moved into the hewed log house, which is still standing in a dilapidated condition on the home farm. He commenced his career as a surveyor, in Ohio, in 1803. He married Rachel Smith, who then resided on Walnut Creek, in Highland Co., Jan. 31, 1806, and in 1807, moved his young bride into a log cabin, which stood upon the same ground since occupied by his residence. During the summer of that year, while absent on a surveying excursion, a fearful tornado passed over his residence, unroofing, and blowing large forest trees upon the cabin, his wife, all alone, taking shelter under the puncheon floor, and under the bed, seemingly the only place of safety she could have found. When the county was organized, in 1810, he was appointed surveyor, which office he held for a period of about 20 years, when he declined a reappointment. From that time to the day of his death, he held various positions of trust and confidence.
[Source: "Annual Obituary Notices of Eminent Persons who have died in the United States for 1858" by Hon. Nathan Crosby; John P. Jewett and Co., pub. 1859.]

Patsy Low
On Friday the 7th inst. (July/Aug?) Mrs. Patsy Low, consort of Jacob D. Low, Esq., Associate Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of this county.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - (July/Aug?) 1810]

Edward D. Mansfield
Edward D. Mansfield, better known as E. D. M. of the Cincinnati Gazette, died at his residence in Warren county, Oct. 28th, in the 80th year of his age. He was a gifted writer and a good man.
[Gallipolis Journal, (Gallipolis, Oh.) Thursday, November 4, 1880 - Sub. by Kathy McDaniel]

John Martin
On Monday last, Mr. John Martin, an old and respected citizen.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH -Oct 16 1823]

Col. Moses M'Clean
On the 25th August in Chillicothe, Col. Moses M'Clean, aged 73. He was a patriot of the revolution, a gentleman of amiable manners, irreproachable character and a true Christian.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - (Aug?) 1810]

Dorotha Mix
On Sunday evening last, Mrs. Dorotha Mix, consort of Mr. George Mix of this town.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH -Jan 1 1825]

Sarah Morris
On Thursday last, Mrs. Sarah Morris, consort of Doct. David Morris.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Dec 6 1825]

Rev. J. B. Morton
Rev. J. B. Morton, Pastor of Jefferson St. Presby. church, died March 31st, at age of 68 years. Remains were shipped to Middleton, Ohio, for burial.
[Source: St. Charles Journal, Jan. 1882. Submitted by Joanne Scobee Morgan]

Eliza Nixon
On Wednesday evening last, Mrs. Eliza Nixon, consort of Samuel Nixon, of this town, leaving a large family of children.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Feb 7 1824]

Mary Ann Nixon
On Monday evening last, Mrs. Mary Ann Nixon, widow and mother of Mr. Samuel Nixon, in the 68th year of her age.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Feb 7 1824]

Walter J. Parker
Ex-county surveyor.   A. H. Parker, yesterday received a telegram from Antonito, announcing the death of his brother Walter J. Parker, at that place. Deceased was a prominent citizen of Silverton, Colo., where he owned and operated a group of rich silver mines. He had lived in Colorado 15 years. He was a native of Cheltenham, England, and was 55 years old. He came to Lebanon, O., when a child, where he grew to manhood, and about 30 years ago went to California. In the early 80's he lived in El Paso and was assistant to his brother, A. H. Parker, while the latter was city engineer. Three sisters are in San Francisco and two brothers In Chicago. His father, the late Jacob Parker  was a resident of St. Louis.
 [El Paso Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), February 09, 1910, Page 4, ]

James Parkinson
-On Wednesday last, Mr. James Parkinson, son of Mr. John Parkinson, of this vicinity.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Sep 6 1825]

Wyllys Pearson, Jr
-On Thursday last, Wyllys Pearson, Junior.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Mar 2 1822]

Mrs. Perine
-On day, Mrs. Perine, consort of Mr. James Perine.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Oct 4 1825]

David Reeder
On the 23d at his residence in this vicinity David Reeder, in the 76th year of his age. He was an old and respected citizen of this community. Fifteen minutes before his death, he was in full possession of health.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH -Sep 25 1823]

--- Righter
Of Harrison county in the State of Virginia, departed this life on the 19th, December, 1820, and left a large estate of both real and personal property in which his son Jacob Righter, who has lately resided in the lower part of the State of Ohio, but now unknown where to his friends, may be greatly interested by an immediate attention, which may be lost to him for want of it. The printers in the states of Ohio, Kentucky, will please give notice through public papers.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH -1 March, 1821]

Capt. Benjamin Rue
On Thursday last Capt. Benjamin Rue, in the 73rd year of his age. He served as a captain in the revolutionary war, and fought bravely in defending the liberties of his country. There has fallen another hero who acted a conspicuous part in that arduous struggle which terminated in American independence. On Thursday last his remains were interred with military honors.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Aug 28 1823]

Benjamin S. Rue
On Saturday Mr. Benjamin S. Rue.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - July 16 1821]

Mary Ann Runyan
On Tuesday last, Mary Ann, daughter of Absalom Runyan. [The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - July 16 1821]

Nicholas Rynearson
-On the same day, Mr. Nicholas Rynearson.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Mar 2 1822]

Robert Sale
-On Wednesday last, Robert Sale, in the vicinity of this place.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Oct 4 1825]

Washington L. Schenck
Class of 1849 - WASHINGTON LAFAYETTE SCHENCK. A.M., Antioch, 1892. B. 14 Feb., 1825, Franklin, O. Surg. 17th Ohio Vol. Inf., 1861-64. 1st Vice-Pres. Am. Med. Assoc., 1889. Pres. East Dist. Kan. Med. Soc., 1876. Pres. Kan. Med. Soc., 1877. Prof. Hyg. and Pract. Med., Univ. of Kan. City, 1888-89; Prof. Hyg. and Prev. and State Med., Kan. Med. Coll., 1889-1895. Physician and surgeon, 1849-89. D. 4 Jan., 1910, Topeka, Kan.
[Source is: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1909-1910, Hanover, N.H. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.]

Jemima Smith
On Thursday last, Mrs. Jemima Smith, in the 65th year of her age, widow of the late Abnor Smith of this town.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Aug 6 1821]

John Tindall
On Saturday last, John Tindall, of this vicinity.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Sep 5 1825]

Elvira Townsend
Townsend, Mrs. Elvira died March 11, 1870 of paralysis at the home of her son-in-law in West Elkton, age 102 years 4 days.
Born in North Carolina, March 7, 1768 and moved to South Carolina when about 8 or 10. At the close of the Revolution she formed acquaintance with and married John Townsend, a soldier, May 6, 1783. Joined Friends.
In 1803 moved to Warren County, Ohio near where Waynesville now is and stayed a few years, moving to Wayne County, Indiana, staying until August 25, 1853 when her husband died.
She then came to live with her son-in-law, Elisha and Elizabeth Stubbs in West Elkton. She retained her mental and physical faculties quite well until some 18 months ago when she had a light attack of paralysis. She raised 12 children, all dead but 2.
In the fall of 1815 or 1816, in company with others she rode horseback from Wayne County, Indiana to Mt. Pleasant, Jefferson County, Ohio, a distance of over 200 miles to attend Friends Yearly Meeting.
[From the Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives, IUPUI University Library 755 W. Michigan St., Indianapolis, IN - Sub. by Kim Townsend Spangrude]

Capt. Trippe
Capt. Trippe of the U. S. Brig --- (Vixen) died on his passage from Havanna to New Orleans.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - (Aug) 1810]

Henrietta A. Fishburn Way
Henrietta A. Fishburn was born February 24, 1830, in Baltimore, Md., and died in Waynesville, Ohio, April 14, 1889. When two years old, by her brother's death, she was left in the care of her aunt, Elizabeth Dougherty, of Bedford, Pa., to whose careful Christian and mental culture my be attributed much of her niece's unswerving fidelity to God's word. She was married to Dr. Samuel J. Way March 12, 1861, and moved to Waynesville January 1862, where they spent most of their married life. Sister Way was an attractive woman, of cultivated tastes, and her demeanor commanded confidence. Her positive moral character would accept no compromise with wrong. Her intellectual nature was well trained, and she made constant additions to her early attainments by contact with the best thinkers. There was no home in which friends received a more cordial welcome. She possessed the warmth and sunlight of a Christian life. She trusted in the Lord Jesus Christ for salvation from sin and rejoiced in hope of the glory of God.  Written by Rev. T. M. Mason  
[The Christian Advocate, July 4, 1889 - Sub. by Mary Jane Haight-Eckert]

Mahlon Wells
On the same day ("last Thursday evening), Mahlon Wells.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - Sep 5 1825]

Sarah Yaman

On the 4th April last Mrs. Sarah Yaman, of this county, consort of Mr. Moses Yaman, aged 71 years.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - June 7 1821]

Priscilla Yaman
On the 30th April last, Mrs. Priscilla Yaman, consort of Mr. Samuel Yaman, of Warren county.
[The Western Star, Lebanon, OH - June 7 1821]

 

 



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