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Source: Lowell Daily Citizen and News - Massachusetts
Dated: July 3, 1863
     A woman was stung to death by bees at Unity, Columbiana county, Ohio, on the 8th inst.  Her children had tormented the bees with a stick and they flew at the lady in such numbers and stung her so fiercely that she lived only fifteen minutes.
Source: Summit County Beacon
Dated: Sept. 16, 1885
DEATH OF MRS. S. W. BARTGES'S FATHER.
    
The Millersburg Farmer has the following about the father of Mrs. S. W. Bartges, of this city:  "On Friday evening of last week that old veteran Democrat, Alfred CRUMP, while passing from one room to another was so unfortunate as to fall down fracturing the thigh bone where it enters the socket of the right thigh.  He departed this life at his residence in Millersburg, Tuesday morning, Sept. 8th, in the 92d year of his age.  Alfred CRUMP was born in Fairfax County, Virginia, March 3, 1794, and consequently is now in his 92d year.  He went to Baltimore when twelve years of age, and from there to Taneytown, Maryland, in 1819; afterwards, in 1822, going to West Virginia.  In 1832 he located on a farm in Columbiana County, Ohio, and in 1845 went to Delaware, Ohio, and in 1845 went to Delaware, Ohio, where he kept a hotel.  From there he went to Wooster, and located in Millersburg in 1849, where he has resided ever since.  Mr. CRUMP was a soldier of the war of 1812, and the only survivor of that war in this section.  He was a thorough Democrat and always voted the straight ticket without a scratch.  He cast his first vote for President in 1816, and has never missed a Presidential election since.
Source: Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH) Page: 19
Dated: June 22, 1949
WILLIAM P. SHARP
    
SALINEVILLE, O.- June 21 - Funeral services will be held here Thursday for William P. Sharp, 93, a retired farmer
Source: Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH) Page: 19
Dated: June 22, 1949
PETER A. MALEY
    
SALINEVILLE, O., June 21 - Funeral services will be held Thursday for Peter A. Maley, 69, this village's last Spanish-America War Veteran.  Four daughters and three sons survive.
Source:  Cincinnati Daily Gazette - Ohio
Dated: July 14, 1882
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.
     Miss Belle Farr, of Columbiana, O., died Wednesday night from an overdose of morphine.  The drug was prescribed by a physician.

 

 

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