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Source:  Philadelphia Inquirer - Pa.
Dated: Feb. 18, 1888
An Ohio Enoch Arden.
Feb. 17. - By the death of Dr. A. S. May, at Findlay, O., yesterday, a strange story was brought to light.  At the opening of the rebellion May enlisted, leaving his young wife and two children at home.  Soon news came from the front that he had been taken prisoner, and later it was reported that he had died.  The young wife mourned for a time, and then married a rich widow.
     All of the estate is in realty except $50,000, nearly all of household effects.  The heirs of the dead millionaire are the widow, a son, Albert J. Snell, and Mrs. Grace Coffin, Mrs. Mary Stone and Mrs. Alice McCrea, daughters.  By law, one-third of the $1,050,000 goes to the widow and the remainder falls equally to the four children share and share alike.
Source: Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH) Page 1
Dated: Sunday, Feb. 21, 1904
FINDLAY, OH, Feb. 20 - Mrs. Aurora Heyn, a pioneer resident of this city and the wife of a retired merchant, died suddenly this afternoon.  Mrs. Hayn was called to the bedside of her dying daughter, Mrs. Nellie Neidlinger and the group of watchers, who expected every moment to be the last for the suffering woman, were horrified to see Mrs. Heyn suddenly collapse and to discover almost instantly that her spirit had fled.  The deceased was eighty years old and had been a resident of this county for seventy-five years.
From:  The Courier News
Findlay, Hancock Co., Ohio
Dec. 28, 2001
(The following Obituary was contributed by Norita Shepherd Moss from family records)

Dorsey D. Greeno, 90,, of 819 Selby St., died at 5:15 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 27, 2001 at his residence.
He was born Dec. 19, 1911 in Findlay to Albert and Nellie (Brooker) Greeno.  He married Arbulah (Billie) D. Shepherd who survives.  Surviving also are three sons, Edward E., Jack L. and Robert A., all of Findlay; 10 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by three sisters, Thelma August, Ethel Isenstein, and Mildred Miller; and three brothers, Chester, Virgil and Dallas.  Mr. Greeno previously owned and operated Dorsey Motor Sales, Findlay.  He also raced standard bred race horses.  He was a member of Ohio Horseman Association, Columbus.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Coldren-Crates Funeral Home, with Bishop Terry McBeath officiating.  Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery.  Visitation will be held from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
Memorials may be made to Bridge Home Health and Hospice, 415 College St., Findlay; or to Upper Room Church of God.
Source: New York Times
Dated: April 18, 1909, Sunday

Ohio Centenarian Dead
Mrs. Sarah A. Strother a pioneer temperance worker of Ohio and and a well known in W. T. C. U. circles all over the United States, died in Findlay, Ohio yesterday aged 99. She took a prominent part in the Murphy Crusade for temperance in 1876 and and for many years was Ohio state organizer
(Contributed by Norita Moss)
Source: Sarasota Herald Tribune - Manatee County
Dated: 02-Sept-04

Austin Edward Dawson, 91, Bradenton, died Aug. 31, 2004.
He was born April 16, 1913, in Cleveland and came to Bradenton in 1970 from Findlay, Ohio. He was a member of the DeSoto Council of Knights of Columbus, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks No. 1519 in Sarasota, and the Holy Name Society. He was a Catholic.
Survivors include his wife of 67 years, Mary; a son, William of Findlay; a sister, Martha Walmbsley of Cleveland; one grandson; and three great- grandchildren.
The visitation will be from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Friday at Kicliter Funeral Home, Palmetto. The service will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Palmetto. Burial will be in Mansion Memorial Park, Ellenton. Wiegand Brothers Funeral Home, Sarasota, is in charge.
(Submitted by Norita Moss)
Source: Pittsburg Post Gazette
Dated: Thursday July 17, 2008

DEER, Georgene R., 70, of Findlay, Ohio, died July 24. Coldren-Crates Funeral Home, Findlay. (CO)
(Submitted by Norita Moss)
Lima News Sept. 20, 1938

Findlay Sept . 20, Harry Stingfollow 72, a native of Rawson and pioneer druggist of Gary, Ind. died at his home in Gary Monday, telegraph to his nephew George Stringfollow , a local druggist stated last night. He died at 3:00 p.m. and funeral services have been arranged for 7:30 p.m. today with internment in Elwood , Ind. Cemetery. He is survived by his wife , who is seriously ill and a son Carlton of Gary. Two years ago, String fellow, youngest brother of U. K. Stringfellow, father of George , Don and Max  Hancock county surveyor ,retired from the drug store business after operating a store in Gary, since the city was laid out. Born and reared in Rawson, Stringfellow left this county after his graduation from Ohio Northern University, Ada, then known as Ada Normal.
(Submitted by Norita Moss)



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