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Source:  Boston Courier (Boston, MA)  Page: 2
Dated:  July 18, 1844
In Charlestown, July 17, Wm. L. Merritts, 7 mos.
- In Brookline, July 15, John Hayden, Esq. formerly of Cambridge, 76.
- In Saugus, July 16, very suddenly, Mrs. Esther Carlton, widow of the late Isaac Carlton, Esq.
In Amherst, July 10, Mr. Simeon Dickinson, 87.
- In Worthington, June 23, Mrs. Zeruah, wife of Dan Daniels, Esq. 90
- In Rowe, July 2, the wife of Hon. Noah Wells.
In Charlemont, Mass, July 4, Mr. George Hanners.
- In New Ipswich, N. H., June 28, Mr. James Smith, 81, a soldier of the revolution.
- Near Amelia, Clermont county, Ohio, Mrs. Abigail, wife of Mr. George W. Dalie, and daughter of Captain Jacob Fowler, of Maine.
- In Lima, Peru, recently, Mr. Alexander Rudoliff, formerly of New York.
Source: Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH) Page: 3
Dated:  June 28, 1904
Rev. Jason Young, of Van Wert Died at Home of His Son-in-Law.
EAST, Pa., June 27. - Rev. Dr. Jason Young of Van Wert, O., died today at the home of Rev. Percy Y. Schelley, his son-in-law.  He came here a few weeks ago in search of health.  Dr. Young was sixty-eight years old and a prominent member of the central Ohio conference of the Methodist church.
Source: The Lima Daily News
Date: June 5, 1920
Van Wert - Deaths
Mrs. C. B. Pollock
, 68, diabetes
Judge H. C. Glenn
, 82, complications
William Heath
, 28, appendicitis
Irene Fair
, 2 poison
Chalmer Wood
, 22, complications
James L. Lowery
, 62, abcess of the stomach
Miss Alta Heh,
42, heart failure
James Kirkland,
77, 0paralysis
Source:  Oregonian (Portland, OR)  Page: 25
Dated: Apr. 28, 1926
Nathaniel S. Allen.
   RIDGEFIELD, Wash., Apr. 27. - (Special) - Funeral services for Nathaniel S. Allen, 80, civil war veteran and resident of the Ridgefield country since 1895 who died Saturday night, were held yesterday at the Ridgefield community church by Rev. Daniel E. Wilson.  Veterans of the civil, Spanish-American and world wars attended.  Ridgefield Odd Fellows lodge No. 152, of which he was a member, had charge of services at the grave.  Interment was in the Odd Fellows' cemetery here.
     Mr. Allen was born Oct. 14, 1845, in Perry county, Ohio, and came to Hillsboro, Or., in November, 1891, from Van Wert, Ohio, and in 1895 moved to the Ridgefield country.  He enlisted in the fifth Ohio cavalry Mar. 3, 1864, at Lima, Ohio and participated in Sherman's march to the sea.  He was discharged October 30, 1865, at Charlotte, N. C.  He belonged to the Baptist church and was a member of Ridgefield grange.  Patrons of Husbandry, Union Rebekah lodge No. 104.
     He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Jane Allen; three sons, Arthur N. Allen of Ridgefield, Alfred C. Allen and Ernest L. Allen, both of Camas, Wash.; and one daughter, Mrs. Orale Longwell of Van Wert, Ohio; and three brothers, George W. Allen of Portland, Or., and F. M. Allen and F. W. Allen of Van Wert, Ohio.
Source: Omaha World Herald (Omaha, NE)  Pages: 25
Dated: May 8, 1946
HART - Lucy V., May 5, Van Wert, O., age 85 years.  Mrs. Harte is survived by her daughters, Mrs. Robert G. Henderson St. Paul, Minn., Mrs. H. A. Eggeras?, Van Wert, O.,  Mrs. D. C. Eldridge, Jr., New York City, Mrs. Earl Longwell, Bellevue, Wash.,; a brother, Frank F. Drexel Omaha.  Funeral services Wednesday, 2 p.m., from teh Burket Chapel, Interment Prospect Hill.
Source:  Register-Republic (Rockford, IL)  Page: 33
Dated:  Apr. 10, 1963

FRED PEASE, Ex-Reporter, Dies in Ohio
     Fred Alva Pease, 70, Van Wert, Ohio, former Rockford newspaper reporter nine yeas, was pronounced dead on arrival Monday in a Van Wert hospital following a lung hemorrhage.
     Mr. Pease had retired as a newsman in April, 1857, after working nine years as a Rockford Register-Republic reporter.  He covered most of The Register - Republic's church news.
     Earlier in his 38 - year career as a newspaper reporter Mr. Pease had been employed by the Lima News, Springfield Star, and Toledo Blade, all in Ohio, and the St. Louis Times.
     He had been living in Northwestern Ohio for the last five years and in Van Wert during the last year.
     Mr. Pease was born in Toledo, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Pase. He married Maude Kicker Aug. 29, 1923.
     Surviving besides the widow is a brother, Claire, River Forest.
     Services were held at 2:30 P.M. today in the Cowan and on Funeral Home, Van Wert.  Cremation will follows.



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