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GENERAL DEATHS MARRIAGES COURT XXXXX
Source: Zanesville Express
Dated: Jan. 13, 1813
DIED on the 8th inst. in this place Mr. John Bailey.  His death was occasioned by the fall of a tree, and was instantaneous.
Also on the 10th Inst. Mrs. Nancy Johnson, of consumption.
Source: Zanesville Express
Dated: Jan. 20, 1813
DIED of the Head Pleurisy, on Saturday morning last in the 15th year of her age, Miss Kiasiah Gallagher of this town.
Source: Zanesville Express
Dated: Jan. 27, 1813
DIED a few miles from this place on Saturday last, the Rev. Joseph Spaw, a preacher in the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Source: Zanesville Express
Dated: Feb. 2, 1814
DIED in Springfield on the 2 of the prevalent ________?

William Wills, Esq. age 60 years     ______ Mr. Wills was a native of Connecticut and came to this county at an early period - was in the contractor's employ during a long and bloody Indian war, and at St. Clair's defeat narrowly escaped the tomahawk.

Also on the same day of the dame disorder, Zeno Chandler, son of the late Doct. Chandler who died last week, age 16.

Source: Zanesville Express
Dated: March 23, 1814

DIED in this county, Mr. Levi Sherman, in attempting to cross the Licking river at Dillon's furnace with a team of six horses, the whole were drowned.

At his residence near Springfield, Major Lewis Nye of the prevailing fever.

Source: Zanesville Express
Dated: April 6, 1814
DIED - At his farm near Zanesville, of the prevailing epidemic, in the 57th year of his age, Mr. John Willy,  a local preacher in the Methodist Episcopal Society.    On Monday, the 4th inst. he fell asleep in Jesus.
Source: Zanesville Express
Dated: April 14, 1814
DIED on Saturday Morning about 4 o'clock, the 9th day of April 1814 Marietta Frazey (Daughter of Samuel and Esther Frazey of Zanesville) age 2 months.
Source: Zanesville Express
Dated: June 29, 1814
DIED at Springfield on the 24th inst. Mrs. __ Frizby the consort of Mr. James Frisby.
Source: Zanesville Express
Dated: June 8, 1814
DROWNED in the river at Springfield on the 6th inst., a child of the Widow Seamans, about three years old
Source: Times-Picayune (New Orleans, LA) Page 2
Judge Sullivan formerly Treasurer of the State of Ohio, died at his residence in Zanesville, in that State, recently, aged seventy-nine.  He went to Ohio from Delaware, his native State, in 1804, and had been a resident from that time, deservedly enjoying the confidence and esteem of his friends and of the public.
(Found at Genealogy Bank - Transcribed by Sharon Wick)
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 Melancholy record:
Thomas LUGATE, Zanesville, Ohio, died June 25th, at Fort Laramie, of Cholera, aged 40 years, leaving a wife and five children.
A. OHLINGER, Zanesfille, Ohio, died June 25th, at Fort Laramie, of cholera, aged 45 years, leaving a wife and 3 children.
Source:  The Marietta Register
Dated:
Thurs., October 28, 1875, page 3, col. 5:
"Deaths. Buchanan. In Harmar, October 26th, Mrs. L. R. Buchanan, wife of Dr. C. Buchanan, in the 52d year of her age.  Mrs. Buchanan's funeral will take place to-ay (Thursday, 28th) at half-past ten o'clock.  Friends are invited to attend."

(Contributed by Eliz Hanebury)
Source:  The Marietta Register
Dated: Thurs., August 9, 1877, page 3, col. 1:

      "The death of Dr. Cyrenus Buchanan, on the 31st ult., was not unexpected to his friends.  For several years he had suffered with cancer in the face.  Several operations had been performed and all done that the skill of the profession could suggest, without avail. Dr. Buchanan had been a resident of the county for about 30 years, [Note he was born in the County, 13 Dec 1819] living at Lowell until his health failed, where he accumulated a considerable property, and established a good reputation. He was a kind man, unassuming and charitably disposed towards all. During his suffering he was called on to part with his companion whose death occurred from the same disease."
(Contributed by Eliz Hanebury)
Source: The Times Recorder Zanesville, Ohio
Dated: Monday 04, 1964


NORMAN C. MOSS
Norman C. Moss ,81, of Dresden Route 2, died at _:00 p.m. Sunday at the home of his sister-in-law , Mrs. Charles Moss , at whose home he has
lived since 1951.Death was due to an apparent heart attack. Mr. Moss was a retired farmer . He was born 1983 in Wood County, W VA,
a son of Charles and Bessie Barnes Moss. He never married Surviving are four nephews and five nieces . Two brothers and two sisters
preceded him in death. He was a member of the Dresden Baptist Church.
Services will beheld at Dresden Chapel of Baughman and Sons Funeral Home, with the Rev. Richard Neish officiating. Burial will
be in the Frazeysburg Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. today and 3 to 9p.m. Tuesday.
(Contributed by Norita Moss as transcribed for her family records)
Printed in the Coshocton Tribune
Wednesday Evening October 22, 1930
DRESDEN, OHIO
MOSS SERVICES
Funeral Services for Rev. Charles L. Moss, 60 of Cass Tp, were held at the Baptist Church Tuesday after noon., with the Rev. Clitbourne officiating. The body was taken to a county cemetery about eight miles out Parkersburg, WV, where burial was made. Charles L. Moss Died Sunday evening at his home. He4and had been suffering for several years with cancer of the face.
     He is a former resident of West Virginia spent his life as a minister of the Baptist Church Bessie Barnes Moss, his wife ,preceded him in death seven years ago, He is survived by two sons both of the home and a daughter in Florida and a son in West Virginia. a sister in West Virginia and lots of grandchildren and nieces and nephews.
(Contributed by Norita Moss as transcribed for her family records)
(See Notes #1)
Source: The Zanesville Signal, Zanesville, Ohio
Dated: Mar. 10, 1938 pg. 10, Col. 1

LOWELL NATIVE DIES
Mrs. Mindwell BUCHANAN LORD, 81, who died recently at her home in
Marietta, was born at Lowell and was the daughter of Dr. Cyrenius BUCHANAN.
(Contributed by Eliz Hanebury)
Source:  Newark Advocate
Dated: April 19, 1963

CHARLES S. MOSS
Charles S. Moss, of Dresden died April 18, 1963 . A native of Wood and Webster Counties, West Virginia, he was the son of Charles L. and Bessie Barnes Moss He was engaged in farming in the Dresden area.  Besides his widow Mary L., he leaves a son Virgil D. Moss of Route 2, Frazeysburg; a daughter Mrs. Claudine ( Larryl. ) Hindel of Route 2, Dresden; two grandchildren; and a brother Norman C. Moss ,Route 2 of Dresden. Also several nieces and nephews of Florida and West Virginia He was preceded in death
by one brother and two sisters.
Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday in the Chapel of the Baughman Funeral Home conducted by the Rev. Richard MeNeish. Burial in the Frazeysburg Cemetery.
(Contributed by Norita Moss as transcribed for her family records)
Source: Zanesville Signal
Dated: Oct 4, 1926

FRED REDFERN DIES IN LOCAL HOSPITAL
Fred Redfern, 52, well known pottery employee of Crooksville, died in Good Samaritan Hospital early Saturday from a brief illness of pneumonia. He was admitted to the hospital Friday afternoon in critical condition. Surviving is on brother, Samuel of Redfield. The body
was taken to the Hearning Undertaking Parlors and prepared for burial, then was removed to the Diggs Funeral Home in Crooksville.
(Contributed by Norita Moss )

NOTES:

Note #1 The following notes are from Norita Moss:
Charles Ludell Moss, b. 27 Oct. 1849, Wood County, Va. (W. Va.); d. 19 Oct. 1930, Muskingum Co., Ohio; bur. 22 Oct. 1930, Parkersburg, Wood Co., W. Va.
Father: Elijah Moss, b. 1826, Va.
Mother: Mahala Edwards, b. 31 Mar. 1826, Wood Co., Va.
Charles md. Jerusha Elizabeth Barnes, b. 10 Oct. 1851, Wirt Co., Va. (W. Va.)
Children:
- Robert Bruss Moss, b. 1880, Slate District, Wood Co., W. Va.
- Norman C. Moss, b. 1883, Wood Co., W. Va.
- Charles S. Moss, b. 1892, Wood Co., W. Va.
- Hattie E. Moss, b. Jan. 1879, Wood Co., Va.
- Carrie Lee Moss, b. 12 Jun. 1888, Wirt Co., W. Va.

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