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Mr. Nathan Caywood
Caywood - In Marietta Township, Ohio, June 25, Mr. Nathan Caywood, aged 25 years. [Cincinnati Daily Enquirer, July 7, 1870 - Transcribed by AFOFG]



John Dresser Chamberlain
John Dresser Chamberlain died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. C. H. Goddard, in Fairfield, Washington county, on Monday of last week, aged ninety years and five months. He came to Ohio in 1811. He taught school at Adams and Waterford, in this county, and at Amesville, Atheus county, He enlisted in the war of 1812, and was honorably discharged at its close in 1814. He had filled many offices of trust, and faithfully discharged his duty in all stations. [Source: February 19, 1880, The Athens Messenger - Transcribed by C. Anthony]


Samuel Coggesball
Died - At Marietta (Ohio) on the 9th of June last, Mr. Samuel Coggesball, in the 67th year of his age, formerly an inhabitant of North Kingstown, in this state. [Newport Mercury (Newport, RI), Issue 2369, Page 3, September 5, 1807 - Transcribed by AFOFG]

John Cohen
At Marietta on the 16 inst. a young man by the name of John Cohen , who was an utter stranger here; he informed that he had relations living within nine miles of Cincinnati, who, it is hoped may hear of his fate and decent burial by this means; he has lefe some property, respecting which information may be had by application to William Wedgate neat the town of Marietta.
The Printers at Cincinnti will confer a f avor by inserting the above in their papers. [Ohio Gazette January 19, 1807, Volume II, Issue 71, Copy of 3 - Transcribed by AFOFG]


Mother of Dr. Coler
The mother of Dr. Coler, of Harmar, aged 81, died recently. [Source: January 15, 1880, The Athens Messenger, Transcribed by C. Anthony]



Rev. Pardon Cook, of Marietta.
Marietta, April 9.--Rev. Pardon Cook died at his home in this city April 7, 1880, in the eighty-fourth year of his age. He was the twelfth child of Capt. Joseph and Elizabeth Cook, who came to the Northwest Territory from Bristol County, Mass., in 1795, and settled at Belpre, where the object of this sketch was born on August 27, 1796. Deceased was married March 1, 1819, to Mary Russell, of Union, Washington County, O., who still survives him. The issue of this marriage was three sons-Selden Spencer, of Chillicothe; Jonathan Russell, who died in Marietta in 1801, and Dr. Pardon Cook, who died in the army in 1863. The deceased was ordained aminister in the M. E. Church in 1825, and as an itinerant labored for nearly fifty years sharing the hardships and privations of the early pioneers of Ohio and Virginia in his extended circuit. Few men were better known in Eastern Ohio and West Virginia, where his labors in the church were efficient and successful during all his usefull life. At one time he resided in Virginia, but since 1832 his continuous residence has been in Ohio, and since 1852, in Marietta, where he was highly esteemed as a Christian gentleman. His funeral was largely attended on the 9th inst. from the Centenary M. E. Church, and his remains deposited in Mound Cemetery, where sleep so many of the pioneers of the Northwestern territory and friend and companions of his early life in then wilderness of the West. [Source: April 10, 1880, Cincinnati Daily Gazette- Transcribed by C. Anthony]
 


John Corben
Died--At Marietta on the 16th inst. a young man by the name of John Corben, who was an utter stranger here; he informed that he had relations living within nine miles of Cincinnati, who, it is hoped may hear of his fate and decent burial by this means; he has left some property, respecting which information may be had by application to William Westgate near the town of Marietta.The Printers at Cincinnati will confer a favor by inserting the above in their papers. [Source: January 19, 1807, Ohio Gazette- Transcribed by C. Anthony]
 


Blanche W. Cox
Mrs. Blanche W. Cox, a member of early families in Washington County, O., died Saturday in her home in Macksburg at the age of 83.
She was the mother of Marshall H. Cox, a vice president of the Land Tile Guarantee & Trust Co. Another son is Col. Ralph L. Cox, chief of the medical staff of the U.S. Army Hospital at Fort Gordon, Ga. The former Blanche Widdows, she was a daughter of Samuel and Nancy DeLong Widdows, early residents in that area. Surviving her besided her sons are four granchildren and a sister, Mrs. Ethel Dutton of Macksburg. Services will be at 2:30 p.m. today in the Macksburg Methodist Church. Burial will be in Olive Cemetery there. [Source: Plain Dealer, June 10, 1958, Transcribed by C. Anthony]
 

Rev. William N. Cubbage
Rev. William N. Cubbage departed this life, May 20, 1880, at his residence, one mile south of Tonti, Marion county, Illinois. His remains were taken to Mattoon, Ill., and interred in Dodge's cemetery near that place. Mr. Cubbage was born at Point Harmer, Washington county, Ohio, November 13, 1805. In 1826 was married to Miss Nancy Safford, which happy relation existed for a period of nearly 54 years. In 1832 he was converted to christianity and joined the M. E. Church. Was ordained deacon by Bishop Soule in 1843 at Chillicothe, moved to Marion county, Illinois, in 1866. [Gallipolis Journal, (Gallipolis, Oh.) Thursday, June 24, 1880 Submitted by Kathy McDaniel]


Horace Curtis
In Belpre Township, O., Dec. 25, Horace Curtis, aged 78 years. [Source: January 6, 1872, The Cincinnati Daily Gazette - Transcribed by C. Anthony]
 



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