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Washington County, Ohio
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Rev. John David Kaho
Rev. John David Kaho, 79, retired minister of the Beverly community, died Sunday at Marietta Memorial Hospital from injuries received two weeks ago when struck by and auto near Beverly. A native of Senecaville, Rev. Kaho was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. David Kaho. He married Miss Luna Sprague of Beverly, whose death occurred in March, 1932. Rev. Kaho returned in 1930 and moved to Beverly, terminating 44 years as a minister of the Northeast Ohio Methodist conference. Surviving are a son, John V., Atlanta, GA., a daughter, Mrs. Waite McClain, Canton; three granddaughters and a sister, Miss Kate Kaho, Senecaville. Funeral services were held Tuesday at 1 p.m. from the Mindling Funeral Home in Beverly and interment made there. [The Journal, 12 Dec 1940 pg. 8]

Clara Keith
Mrs. Clara Keith, wife of L. W. Keith, died at her home on Greene street Sunday morning from an abcess of the bowels after a sickness of about six weeks. She was 32 years old and had lived here only about five months. The husband and four small children, the eldest being about twelve years of age, are left to mourn her death. Interment was made yesterday morning at the former home at Keith in Noble County.[Marietta Daily Leader, October 16, 1900 - Transcribed By AFOFG]

Joseph Kelley
Death of An Old Pioneer
The Marietta Register announces the death in his eightieth year, of Joseph Kelley, one of the oldest residents of that place. He was a native of Plainfield, Mass., and was brought by his father to Marietta, when four years old, in the spring of 1789. In 1790 the family removed to Bellville, Va., about thirty miles below Marietta. April 7, 1791, early in the morning, Indians attacked and killed James Kelley, the father, who was in a field with a hoe, and defended himself vigorously. He was shot down and scalped. Joseph was with him and was taken prisoner by the Indians. He was then in his seventh year. He was taken off by the Shawnees to their towns in north western Ohio, where  he was adopted by an old warrior named Mishalena, who lived at a village on St. Mary's river. He remained with the Indians until the winter of 1795-6, nearly five years, when he was released. He had lost the English language, and left his Indian parents with regret. He arrived in Marietta in March, 1796, and was restored to his mother. [Source: June 29, 1864, Daily Ohio Statesman- Transcribed by C. Anthony]

Samuel King
HIS HEAD WAS CRUSHED.
Marietta, O., Aug. 17--Samuel King was found with his head crushed beside the engine of the George Dixon oil lease in the Macksburg field. He left home Saturday morning for his day's work and his dead body was not found until late Saturday evening. He leaves a widow and four-year-old daughter [Source: Plain Dealer, August 18, 1902, Transcribed by C. Anthony]




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