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Source:
The Firelands Pioneer Quarterly
Published by
The Firelands Historical Society
Headquarters in
The Firelands Memorial Building
Norwalk, Ohio
Published at Norwalk, Ohio
The American Publishers Company.
1921

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New Series

Volume XXII

Jan. 1921

OBITUARIES.

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Like stars to their appointed height they climb,
And death is a low mist, that cannot blot
The brightness it may veil.
          - Shelley

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          "Their name liveth forevermore." - Kipling.

"Thou wilt not sever us, O Lord our God,
In Thy blest mansions.  On earth's dreary sod
Our hearts are torn with partings.  One by one
The loved and cherished leave us.  Every stone
The cold, damp cemetery holds, is faced
With lines that find their parallels deep traced
Within our souls.  Thus works Thy chisel, Lord,
In strokes severe.  Yet be Thy name adored
For all Thy dealings!  In Thy purpose deep
A blessing lies, unscanned by us who weep
Amid these shadows.  Night will soon be past -
The cloudy night of time that ends at last
In Heaven's bright morning.  Yet a little while
And we shall greet that blissful morning's smile
With hallelujahs.  Then Thy love's deep thought
Shall be unfolded.  All Thy blood has bought
Shall come with Thee; and each we loved and knew,
And mourned for here, shall rise upon our view
In brighter, lovelier form - akin to Thine -
Thy work, Lord Jesus! - perfect, pure, divine! -
Thus re-united, through eternal days
Our joy shall be Thyself - our theme, Thy praise!"

     ALBERT E. ALDRICH

     MRS. LUCIA M. (BARNUM) ALLEN

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     ADAM ALMROTH, died Dec. 27, 1920, after a residence of many years in Birmingham, Erie county, aged 78 years.  He had been ill for several weeks at Memorial hospital, Norwalk; he was a retired blacksmith and farmer, and was survived by two sons and two daughters.

     MRS. I. H. AMES, was born in New York but lived most of her life in Ohio and the Firelands.  For many years she was a resident of Wakeman but died in Fremont where she was visiting her daughter, Nov. 15, 1920, aged 70.  She was survived by the husband, three daughters and two sons.  The funeal was conducted by Rev. Mr. Blair and the burial was in Wakeman cemetery.

     LORY ARNOLD

     E. J. BAKER

 

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     DAVID T. BARE

     BURTON WILBER BARE

     MRS. ELIZABETH (SHERMAN) BARNES, who died in her 90th year, on Nov. 24, 1920, in Wakeman, was born on the Peter Sherman farm two miles east of Wakeman village Oct. 12, 1831.  She married George Barnes, Aug. 12, 1853.

     MRS. SARAH (TODD) BARTHOLOMEW

     MISS ANNA H. BASSETT

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     MORGAN BASSETT

     MRS. ELIZABETH BECKER

     REV. ADAM BEELMAN

     MRS. CELIA M. BERKELEY

     MRS. ISIDORA CORNELIA (SHEFFIELD) BEYMER

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     CONRAD F. BIEHL

     JEROME BIXBY

     MRS. ROSE (GFELL) BOOK

     MRS. HENRY F. BOWERS

     WILLIAM P. BROWN

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1868.  He married Myrtle Osborn, Oct. 8, 1890 and he died Apr. 3, 1920.  He was a member of the Church of Christ, and was a prominent and influential man in the community.

     LIEUT. PEREZ BROWNELL

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     MRS. DELL (FACKLER) BURDGE

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     MRS. DORR BURRAS

     WILLARD BURROWS

     MRS. MAY I. CAMP

     JOHN P. CARPENTER

     MRS. JANE (MORTON) CHAPIN

     MRS. GERTRUDE (McCARTNEY) CHAPMAN

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     MRS. ELIZABETH (SANDERS) CHASE

 

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     EUGENE R. CHERRY

 

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     CAPTAIN D. C. CLARY

     HARVEY CLOCK

     DAVID E. COLE

 

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     IRVING COLE

 

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     JOSEPH COLE

     MISS EMMA COLLEY

     IRA T. CONKLIN

     COLLINS C. COOK

 

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     MISS ANNA COOKE

     MRS. LYDIA A. (TERRY) CORTRITE

     LAFAYETTE COUNTER

     DR. E. W. CRECELIUS

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     MRS. SARAH (LOCKWOOD) CURTIS

     THOMAS J. CUSACK

 

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     MRS. MARY (ROBINSON) DAVIS

     MRS. E. M. DAY

     MRS. SARAH DAY

 

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     BENJAMIN E. V. De La MATER

     MRS. MARY ALICE (BALL) DENMAN

     MRS. CHARLES DOCKSTADER

     DAVID W. DUNN

     MRS. MARY EBERHARD

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     MRS. BARBARA (YINGLING) EICHENLAUB

     JOHN EKER

     CARL F. ENDERLEE

     LEWIS ENGLEBRY

     LOUIS ERF

 

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     EDWARD DAVID EVERETT

     MRS. ALICE (HOOD) FERGUSON

     MICHAEL E. FEWSON

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     EDWIN FITCH

     WILLIAM HARRISON FLETCHER

     MRS. CHARLES FOWL

     MRS. PANTHA ELIZABETH (WHITCOMB) FOWLER

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     MRS. ELIZABETH FREDERICK

     MRS. LOUISE (BAKER) FRYBARGER

     RS. JULIA M. GABEL

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     SAMUEL GETTLE

     GEORGE W. GODFREY

     MRS. NANCY GOODELL

     MRS. CATHERINE (ELSON) GOODSELL

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     WILLIAM GOODSITE

     JAMES DALLAS GRAY

     NATHANIEL GRINNEL, a Civil War veteran and a much esteemed citizen of Monroeville, died Mar. 7, 1920, at his home in that place.  A large squad of American Legion veterans attended the funeral as a mark of respect to the old soldier, and the G. A. R. were present.  The burial was in Riverside cemetery.

     FRANKLIN B. GRUBB

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     MRS. MARY (CARLEY) GRUBB

     EDWARD L. HACKETT

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     SAMUEL HACKETT

     HENRY FRANKLIN HAND

     GEORGE WALDO HARRIS

     LORENZO W. HARRISON

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     MRS. ADELAIDE (MALLETT) HARROD

     GEORGE E. HASKELL

     MRS. ELIZABETH (ELDREDGE) HASTINGS

     MISS MARIA E. HAWLEY

     MRS. AMELIA HEDGES

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     BENJAMIN BRIGGS HERBERT

[PORTRAIT]

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     LEVI HETER

     MRS. MARY ANN HIRE

     HERBERT J. HOGAN

     MRS. JULIA HOGAN

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     JOSEPH HOHLER

     CHARLES C. HOKE

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     JOHN H. HOLLIS

     MRS. MARTHA A. HOLLIS

     MRS. A. HOSFORD

     JUDSON W. HOYT

     MRS. DELIGHT HUBBARD

     MISS ELLA HULL

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     HENRY HULL

     ROBERT HUTCHINGS

     MRS. ISABELLE INNES

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     MRS. ALICE JACOBS

     THOMAS JARRETT

     MRS. JULIA (MARTIN) JEFFERY

     MRS. AMANDA E. (KEELER) JENNINGS

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     MRS. MARY JEWEL

     AI JONES

     MRS. ANNA ELIZABETH JORDAN

     WILLIAM J. KAUFMAN

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     MRS. MARIAN KELLER

     GEORGE W. KING

     MRS. SOPHIA KIRNER

     CYRUS C. KNAPP

     MISS DIANA KNAPP

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     MRS. EMMA KNEHR

     GEORGE KNOPF, SR.

     MRS. NANCY KNOWLTON

     ABRAHAM KOCK

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     MRS. JOHANNA LANGE

     MRS. EMMA ADELADE (WILLIAMS) LANGRIDGE

     JOHN STULTZ LANING

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[PORTRAIT]

 

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     HIRAM LATHAM

     MRS. CELESTIA A. (BILLS) LEE

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     OSCAR ALONZO LOVELAND

     GEORGE LUFF

     MISS CARRIE M. LUTEMAN

     JAMES E. LUTTS

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     MRS. S. H. McFALL

     MRS. SARAH JEANETTE (McCULLOUGH) McKNIGHT

     GEORGE H. MAINS

     COL. WILLIAM D'ALTON MANN

 

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     FRANCIS MARTIN

     JAMES H. MASON

     CHARLES HENRY MELCHOIR

 

     MRS. JESSIE FRENCH (WICKHAM) MERRY

 

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     CHARLES LAWRENCE MERRY

 

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     M. S. MILES

     MRS. CARRIE FOOTE MILLEN

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     MRS. CARRIE (KARNE) MILLS

     ABEL C. MILLER

     MRS. GERTRUDE C. (KRAMER) MILLER

     MRS. LOUISE (LATIMER) MORSE

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     RIVERA NEEDHAM

     MRS. AMELIA (READ) NEWTON

     WILLIAM P. NOBLE

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     MRS. CHARLOTTE G. NORTON

     MRS. CATHERINE (YOUNG) OPDYCKE

     CHAUNCEY V. OSBORN

     MRS. LUCY (TILLINGHAST) PAGE

     ALBERT G. PALMER

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     SYLVANUS PARKER

     MRS. CHARLOTTE (SILVA) PATRICK

     MRS. ELIZABETH A. (FURLONG) PENFIELD

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     JONAS R. PERKINS

     MRS. RACHEL E. PHILLIPS

 

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     FRANK PINNEY

     MRS. SOPHIA (COULTRIP) PLUE

     RUSSELL PRENTISS

     MRS. MINERVA RAE

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     JOHN W. RANSOM

     MRS. LOUISE (DEMING) REDING

     GEORGE W. REED

     MRS. THOMAS REEDER

     FREDERICK C. REHBERG

     MRS. ELIZA (MAGIE) REICHTER

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     HENRY ROBBINS

     JONAS ROE

     RUSSEL BEEBE ROE

     MRS. WILLIAM ROWELL

     MRS. JANE ROWLAND

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     MRS. THECKLA ANN (LEWIS) RUGGLES

     JAMES MART RUNYON

     MRS. FANNIE (DAVLIN) ST. JOHN

     MRS. FANNIE (BARBER) SAUNDERS

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     LOUIS J. SCHERZ

     SAMUEL I. SCOTT

     GEORGE B. SHEFFIELD

     GEORGE DELANO SILLIMAN

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     JEZREEL SIMMONS

     ADELBERT LUCIUS SISSON

     JOHN WESLEY SISTY

     JUDGE THOMAS MORRISON SLOANE

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     HARRIET S. SMITH

 

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     JAMES SMITH

     MALTBY SMITH

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     WM. A. SMITH

     MRS. ELLA CODE SNYDER

     WILLIAM THOMAS SNYDER

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     WILLIAM STARK

     MISS ADELAIDE STEUK

     GEORGE B. STORER

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     ABRAM D. STOTTS

     MRS. BETSEY ANN MALLETTE STULTZ

     GEORGE SUTLIFF

     LEVI SUTTON

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     JOHN B. TAYLOR

     FRED THOMAS

     HON. GEORGE T. THOMAS

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     JOHN WESLEY THORLEY

     LEWIS UPSON TODD

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     MRS. HARRIET TEMPLE (HOAG) TRAVIS

     HYATT TRAVIS

     MRS. HARRIET TREMBLEY

     CHARLES TRUSLER

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survived by three daughters.  Funeral services at the home in Milan were conducted by Rev. J. W. Myers, and the burial was in Milan cemetery

     HARDIN ALLEN TUCKER

     EDWIN GREGORY UNDERHILL

     MRS. ELLEN J. VAIL

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     WADSWORTH, MRS. NANCY ELIZABETH (BALCOM)

     HENRY S. WALKER

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     HENRY WARD

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     HAMILTON L. WARNER

     DANIEL SMITH WASHBURNE

     JOSEPH N. WATROS

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     THOMAS M. WOOD

 

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     MRS. CHARLOTTE KINGSBURY WEBSTER

     MRS. BENJAMIN B. WELLS

     ERNEST WHEATON

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     MRS. LUCY ANN (AMES) WHEELOCK

     MRS. MERCY WHITE

     ARMIT WILLIAMS

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     WM. S. WINSLOW, an old and respected resident of Milan died there May 11, 1920, after a long illness.  He was survived by the widow and by two brothers.  Funeral services were conducted at the Methodist church by Rev. E. S. Collier, and the burial was in Milan cemetery, of which he had been for many years and very competent caretaker.

     MRS. ELIZA J. WRIGHT, the mother of Mrs. Dr. J. P. Esch, of Huron, died at her home in Daytona, Fla., Nov. 3, 1920.  She was the widow of Winthrop wright, and Mrs. Esch was her only surviving child.  The remains were brought to Sandusky for burial in Oakland cemetery.

     MRS. MARGARET (MEEKER) WRIGHT, mother of Mrs. Dr. J. P. Esch, of Huron, died at her home in Daytona, Fla., Nov. 3, 1920.  She was the widow of Winthrop Wright, and Mrs. Esch was her only surviving child.  The remains were brought to Sandusky for burial in Oakland cemetery.

     DR. I. L. WYANT

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