OBITUARIES & DEATH
Source: Plain Dealer - Cleveland, Ohio
Dated: Oct. 26, 1850
Death on the Plains
The St. Louis Republican gives the deaths that
have been reported at Fort Laramie during the summer.
The number of names given is 262; many more deaths are said
to have occurred, but not reported. The record was
kept and furnished by the officers at the Fort. We
give the names from Ohio and Indiana, contained in the
D. WRIGHT, Fayette county, Ohio, died June 8th, at
Plum Creek, of cholera, aged 22 years.
Alexander DIXON, Fayette county, Ohio, died June 8th,
at Plum Creek, aged 23 years.
Robert DUNCAN, Fayette county, Ohio, died June 10th,
10 miles this side of Plum Creek, of cholera, aged 24 years.
Robert HENDRICKSON, Fayette county, Ohio, died June
10th, 15 miles this side of Plum Creek, of cholera, aged 26
years, leaving a wife and 1 child.
_____ MAHAN, Fayette county, Ohio, died June 18th, at
Ash Hollow, of cholera, aged 28 years.
Source: The Record Herald -
Washington Court House, Ohio
Saturday, February 28, 1970
- services for Elby Adams, 74, of
Sabina, were held at 2 pm Tuesday at the Littleton Funeral
Home in Sabina with the Rev. Robert Miller, pastor of The
United Methodist Church officiating. Mr. Adams died
Pallbearers for the burial at the Sabina Cemetery were
Ray Cartwright, Sr., Ray Cartwright, Jr., William Stewart,
John Spurlock, Wayne Howard, and Francis DeLuca.
(Contributed by Lori Hellmund
from family records)