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Sabo, Francis Sabo
 
Aug 23, 1911
 
Dec 26, 1997
 
Clarington
 
Sabol, Steve
 
Mar 31, 1920
 
May 1983
 
Lewisville
 
Sadlowski, Richard
Source--Times Leader    Martins Ferry, Ohio
Published--July 30, 2004
            Richard E. "Dick" Sadlowski, 65, of St. Clairsville, Ohio, died Thursday, July 29, 2004, at his home. He was born Oct. 12, 1938, in Bellaire, Ohio, a son of the late Margaret Kovaly Sadlowski and Edward Sadlowski. He retired from the U. S. Army as Sergeant First Class with 20 years of service, having served during Vietnam. While serving his country, he received the Silver Star, Bronze Star and Purple Heart. Dick was owner and operator of A. & J. Janitorial. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #5356 and the American Legion Post #159, both at St. Clairsville, and the National Vietnam Veterans Association. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a stepmother, Rose Sadlowski; five uncles, Andy, Steve, John "Ted", Mike and Joe Kovaly; and an aunt, Ann Brown. Surviving are his wife of 42 years, Anna Maria Sadlowski; two daughters, Margaret Dewey, of Columbus, Ohio, and Rose Sadlowski-Hopp of Virginia; three sons, Antonio "Vic" Sadlowski and Andrew Sadlowski, both of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Joseph Sadlowski, of St. Clairsville; six grandchildren, Jacob and Joseph Dewey, Christian Hopp, Lucas and Logan Sadlowski and Rebekah Sadlowski; a sister, Diane Ellison of Florida; a brother, Robert Sadlowski of Martins Ferry; two half-sisters, Linda Spano of Flushing, Ohio and Marsha Lenevich of Belmont, Ohio; a stepsister, Gloria Holland of Illinois; stepbrothers; an aunt, Helen Kovaly Cooper of Powhatan Point, Ohio; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Family and friends will be received on Sunday, 1 to 3 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m., at Toothman Funeral Home, St. Clairsville. Funeral Liturgy with Mass will be held Monday, 10 a.m., at Saint Mary's Catholic Church, St. Clairsville, with Father Thomas Chillog the celebrant. Burial will follow at Warnock Cemetery, Warnock, Ohio, where full military Graveside Honors will be conducted by the Belmont County Council of VFW's. A Vigil Service will be held on Sunday at 6 p.m. in the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Disabled American Veterans Memorial Program, P.O. Box 14301, Cincinnati, OH 45250-0301, or the Vietnam Veterans of America, 8605 Cameron Street, Suite 400, Silver Spring, Maryland 20910-3710.
 
 
Saffell, Benjamin
 
November 24, 1887
 
October 1972
 
Beallsville
 
Saffell, Eva L. Saffell
 
July 25, 1883
 
January 15, 1970
 
Woodsfield
 
Saffell, Raymond
Published-- July 1998
    Saffell, Raymond, 72, Hudson Street, Beallsville, died Wednesday, July 22, 1998 in
Barnesville Hospital.  He was born, October 24, 1925 in Beallsville, a son of the late Benjamin and Elva Blue Saffell.
    He was a retired employee of The Switzerland of Ohio School District.
    In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Mayme Harltey Saffell;two sisters, Jean Gaskins and Melba Henthorn.
    Surviving are a son, David of Beallsville; a step-son William "Sam" Hawn of Lowell;  a step-daughter,Mrs. James (Shelby) Riley of Beallsville; four grandchildren;  twogreat-grandchildren.
    Friends were received at Harper Funeral Home,32726 Ohio Avenue, Beallsville, where services were held with Wayne Clark and Rev. Richard Wilson officiating. Burial followed in Holly Memorial Gardens, Pleasant Grove.
 
 
Saffell, Sylvia, nee Ruschak
Published--July 1998
     Saffell, Sylvia Mary, 87, Frankford Road, Salesville, formerly of Alledonia, died Tuesday, June 30, 1998 at Good Samaritan Hospital, Zanesville. She was born July 24, 1910 in Hendersonville,Pa., a daughter of the late John Ruschak and Wilma Pyunk Ruschak.
    She was a Catholic.
    In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husband, Kenneth Saffell; three sons,  Donald, Robert and Richard Saffell; a grandson, three brothers, George, William and John Ruschak; two sisters, Helen Ruschak and Ann Kukielka.
    Surviving are five sons; Lloyd of Salesville, Floyd and Roger both of Alledonia, Mike of Beallsville and John of New Lexington. Two daughters, Lucille Gillenc of Okercoke,N.C., and Nancy Moelkadick of St. Joe, Bellaire;a brother, Pete Ruschak of Steinerville; a sister
Wilma Maihes of Alledonia, 33 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren.
    Friends were received at Toothman Funeral Home, St. Clairsville where services were held with the Rev. Dan Crouch officiating. Burial followed in Belmont Ridge Cemetery, Beallsville.
 
 
Saffell, Terry
            Terry L. Saffell, 53, of Summerfield, died Wednesday. Born Aug. 23, 1951 in Steubenville, son of Genevieve (Brown) Saffell and the late Robert Saffell.
An Army veteran of Vietnam, he was employed by Bunfill Trucking and was a member of VFW Post 2792 and Cambridge Eagles.
In addition to his mother, surviving are his daughters, Jennifer (Chris) Gutowski of Summerfield and Melinda Saffell of Belmont; sons, Tom Saffell of Bethesda and Matt Saffell of Caldwell; brothers, Bernard and Bobby Saffell of Barnesville; sisters, Doris Cunningham of Claysville, Pa., and Gloria Whitacre of Barnesville; five grandchildren; three step grand- children; one step great grand- child, nieces and nephews.
Visitation, Sunday, 5 to 9 p.m., and services at 11 a.m., Monday at Campbell-Plumly- Milburn Funeral Home, 319 N. Chestnut St., Barnesville, Ohio. Burial follows in Ebenezer Cemetery. Military honors by Belmont County Veterans Council of VFW. Source: Marietta Times, Thursday, October 14, 2004
 
Saffield, Charlotte
 
Dec 1, 1910
 
January 1986
 
Woodsfield
 
Saffield, Eugene
 
17 Apr 1932
 
May 1985
 
Beallsville
 
Saffle, Algerno J.
 
 
 
August 24, 1915
 
 
 
Saffle, Anna
 
Aug 9, 1898
 
February 1976
 
Beallsville
 
Saffle, David
 
Dec 23, 1894
 
Mar 1968
 
Woodsfield
 
Saffle, Hazel R.
 
May 22, 1906
 
February 20, 1995
 
Woodsfield
 
Saffle, John
 
October 30, 1888
 
November 1970
 
Woodsfield
 
Saffle, Myrtle
 
Aug 5, 1903
 
Apr 1970
 
Woodsfield
 
Saffle, Olive
 
January 19, 1888
 
Aug 1975
 
Clarington
 
Salisbury, Bessie
 
July 23, 1903
 
October 1974
 
Sardis
 
Salisbury, Edward E.  Sr.
Source--Memory Card
In Memory Of                 Edward E. Salisbury, Sr.
Date Of Birth                 April 19, 1929
Date Of Death              October 8, 2000
Funeral Service            Wednesday , October 11, 2000
                                        11:00 a.m.
                                        Rush Funeral Home        Sardis, Ohio
Clergyman                    Reverend Frank Conley
Interment                       Unity Cemetery
                                     
 
Salisbury, Lawrence
 
July 10, 1900
 
Aug 1982
 
Sardis
 
Salisbury, Leon
Published- September 2002
     Salisbury, Leon, 77, Wellsville, died September 22, 2002, in Robert Boyce Skilled Nursing Pavilion of East Liverpool City Hospital. He was born February 25, 1925, in Paden City, the son of Lawrence and Bessie Williams Salisbury.
     He served in The U.S. Army during World War II, where he received The Purple Heart for wounds sustained in battle in The European Theater. He also received a Bronze Star in that Theatre.  After the war, he was a rural carrier for The U.S. Postal Service. He was a member of The VFW in Sardis. He was also an avid musician and played many instruments in a professional band for years.
    Surviving are his wife, Shirley Miller Hackney Salisbury , of the home; four sisters,Gladys Adams of Fly,  Helen Insinger, Sardis,  Ruth Rush, Sardis,  Cleo Salisbury, Sardis;  three brothers,Lawrence Salisbury, Fly, Clarence Salisbury, Belefonte,Pa., Lester Salisbury,of New Martinsville; step-daughter, Mrs. Lester(Evelyn Marie) Russell, of Irondale; four step-sons, Thomas Hackney and his wife Sandy, of Wellsville,  Harold Hackney and his wife Andria of Wellsville, Michael Hackney and his fiancee, Merenda Smith, East Liverpool,
Kenneth Hackney and his fiancee, Cathy Cunningham, East Liverpool; 13 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren.
    In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Betty Ritchie; brother, Edward Salisbury; two grandchildren.
    Friends were received September 24, at Roberts Funeral Home where services will be held September 25, at 11 a.m. with Rev. Ron Brown of The Yellow Creek Presbyterian Church officiating.
    Burial will in Hammondsville Cemetery, Hammondsville, Ohio.
 
 
Sall, Walter
 
May 15, 1924
 
September 1973
 
Woodsfield
 
Salsberry, Sarah J.
 
25 Feb 1842
 
5 Apr 1924
 
Washington Twp.
 
Salsbury, Elmer E.
 
Apr 2, 1914
 
June 25, 1994
 
Woodsfield
 
Sams, Richard H. and  Diana Joyce Christman
            Mr. and Mrs. Alva Christman request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Diana Joyce Christman to Mr. Richard H. Sams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Sams, Saturday, the twenty-eighth of August nineteen hundred and seventy-one at seven-thirty o'clock at the Gilman United Methodist Church, 312 Gilman Avenue, Marietta, Ohio. Source: Wedding invitation.
 
 
Sanford, Fred K.
Died: September 25, 1913
Source: Monroe County death records
 

Monday, June 7, 1999

The Journal-Leader, Caldwell, Ohio, p. 2

Sanford, Robert L

Robert L. Sanford

     Robert L. Sanford, age 65, of Caldwell and formerly of Sarahsville, died Monday morning, May 31, 1999 at Marietta Memorial Hospital in Marietta.

     Mr. Sanford was a retired bus driver for Noble Local Schools and had owned and operated the former Sarahsville Auction House.  He had attended the Sarahsville United Methodist Church.

     In addition to his mother, he is survived by his wife, Donna L. Wylie Sanford whom he married April 13, 1952; one daughter, Mrs. Bryan (Lorie L.) Wilkos of Caldwell; three sons, Robert L. (Joann M.) Sanford, Jr. of Pittsburgh; Jerold l. (Pamela Sue) Sanford of Lake Ozark, Mo., and Aaron L. (Lisa) Sanford of Pittsburgh; one sister of Lucy Fuleki of Columbus; two brothers, David Sanford of Sarahsville and Al Sanford of Jackson; 16 grandchildren.

     Friends were received Wednesday, June 2 at McVay-Perkins Funeral Home in Caldwell where services were held on Thursday, June 3, at 1 p.m. with Pastor Wendy Erb officiating.  Burial followed at Pleasant Hill Cemetery.

 
Sauders, Cathryn E.
Died: August 5, 1933
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Sayer, Emma r
Died: December 22, 1913
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Scarbro, Daiton
Daiton I. Scarbro
 
NEW MATAMORAS - Daiton I. Scarbro, 53, of 1208 State Route 7, New Matamoras (formerly of Rinard Mills) died at 1:40 p.m. Tuesday (Nov. 30, 2004) at his home.
 
He was born at Marietta on March 2, 1951, a son of Edith Parsons Scarbro, who survives of Woodsfield, and the late Leonard Scarbro.
He and his wife had owned and operated the Aldeco Motel in New Matamoras for the past 14 years. He was a former employee of the former Conalco Corporation in Hannibal, Ohio. He was also a self-employed heavy equipment operator and a private pilot and was a member of the Mid-Ohio Valley Aviation Association. He was a member of the Muskingum Valley Baptist Church near Wingett Run; a U.S. Army veteran of the Vietnam War and was a Disabled American Veteran; a member of the Matamoras Lodge 374, F.&A.M., New Matamoras; and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5303, Woodsfield. He was an avid fisherman and hunter, and enjoyed woodworking.
 
In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by one brother, Lester Scarbro; two sisters, Loretta Scarbro and Jean Carpenter; his father-in-law, Gene Harmon; and sister-in-law, Brenda Scarbro.
 
In addition to his mother, he is survived by his wife, Susan Harmon Scarbro, whom he married on Oct. 1, 1971; one daughter, Mrs. Tim (Gloria) Anthony of Rinard Mills; three sisters, Margie Davis of Bethesda, Ohio, Mrs. Art (Thelma) Sindelar of Woodsfield and Mrs. Jim (Connie) Lindell of Lewisville, Ohio; one brother, Leroy Scarbro of Rinard Mills; one granddaughter, Alexis Anthony of Rinard Mills; one stepgranddaughter, Jasmine Speedy of Sardis; three sisters-in-law, Glenda Scarbro of Rinard Mills, Betty Britton of Marietta and Kathy Graham of New Matamoras; a special mother-in-law, Pauline Harmon of Rinard Mills; and several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.
 
Friends will be received at the Watters Funeral Home, 37501 State Route 78 West, Woodsfield, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today where funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday with Pastor Dave Richardson officiating. Burial will follow in East Lawn Memorial Park.
 
Masonic services to be held at 7:30 p.m. today at the funeral home by Matamoras Lodge 374, F.&A.M.
 
Memorial contributions may be made to the Strecker Cancer Center, 401 Matthew St., Marietta, Ohio 45750. source: The Marietta Times, Thursday, december 2, 2004.
 
Scarbro, Gloria Sue and Timothy George Anthony                     X
            Daiton and Susan Scarbro, of Rinard Mills and Timothy and Lewada Anthony, of New Matamoras, announce the engagement of their children, Gloria Sue Scarbro nd Timothy George Anthony.
            The bride-to be is the granddaughter of Raymond ‘Gene” and Pauline Harmon, of Rinard Mills and Edith Brooks, of Woodsfield. She is a 1994 graduate of Skyvue High School. She is employed as a secretary at Wood County Aviation, LTD in Williamsburg, West Virginia and as the assistant manager of the Alderes Motel in New Matamoras.
            The prospective bridegroom is the grandson of George Clutter, of New Matamoras. He is a 1995 graduate of River High school and Swiss Hills Vocational School. He is a riverboat pilot for John’s Towing Service, Inc. of Shippingport, PA.
            The wedding ceremony will take place at 4 p.m. May 27, 2000, at Grace Baptist Church in Devola, with custom of open church to be observed. A reception will follow at the American Legion in Marietta.
Source: The Monroe County Beacon, February 3, 2000
Provided by Beryl Christman Claus
Schaefer, Audrey Mae Abrigg                   X
            Mrs. Audrey Mae Schaefer, wife of Chester Schaefer, and a resident of Hannibal,Ohio, passed away in the Wheeling hospital, Wednesday, February 15, at 6:00 A.M. She was born at Sardis, Route 2, November 10, 1923, the daughter of Edwin and Amelia Abrigg.
            She was a member of the First Church of God, Duffy, and of the American Flint Glass Workers Union, No. 510 and had been employed by the Viking Glass Co., of New Martinsville, before she became ill.
            She is survived by her husband, parents and the following brothers and sisters: Edwin Abrigg, Jr., John, Gerald, Gloria, Jean, Edna, Lila, Rosena, at home and Miss Bernice Abrigg of Wheeling.
            Funeral services were held on Friday February 27, from the Methodist Church at Hannibal, at 2:00 P.M. in charge of Rev. Haden Henthorn[e] of Saltsburg, PA, assisted by Robert Lentz of the Church of God, of Duffy, OH. Interment was in the Buckhill Bottom cemetery, at Hannibal, in charge of the Wharton and Ellis Funeral Home of New Martinsville,West Virginia.
 
Schafer, Chester Ellsworth
As per Jerry Bruhn, RootsWeb.com
# D: I04594
# Name: Chester Ellsworth SCHAFER
# Sex: M
# Birth: 24 FEB 1917 in Wheeling Island, Wheeling, WV 1
# Note:
Chester Ellsworth Schafer
.
MARRIAGE-NO_ISSUE:
Chester Schafer and Audrey Abrigg were married at the Methodist Church in
Hannibal, OH. They had no children.
.
MILITARY:
Chester was in WWII 1942-1945 in the heavy artillery. He was a computer for the
104mm. He went over on Normandy Beach with the First Army. He went into
Belgium, France, Luxembourg, and Germany. He was in the Belgium Bulge. He saw
the town of Speyer, Germany where his great grandparents were from.
.
MARRIAGE:
Chester and Freda Schafer were married in the First Church of God parsonage in
New Martinsville, WV, by the Rev. Mae Mefford.
.
OCCUPATION:
Chester worked in the First National Bank in Powhatan Point, Ohio from 1948
until retirement in 1981. The family lived in Powhatan Point since January
1958.
..
Schafer, Ellena
Died: March 18, 1931
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Schafer, Ivy Jane Pugh                                                                           Source--Wheeling News Register     Wheeling, West Virginia                                          Published--January 8, 1928
 
MRS. GEO. SCHAFER DIES AT BELLAIRE
 
Schafer, Mrs. Ivy Jane , 63, died Saturday evening at 5 o'clock at her home, Route No. 2, Bellaire. Death was reported due to complications incident to advanced age. Mrs. Schafer had been a resident of Bellaire for the past 25 years. She is survived by her husband, George Schafer; her aged mother, Mrs. Sarah Pugh; three daughters, Mrs. Freda Baker, of Bellaire; Mrs. Vera Keyser, of Bellaire, and Miss Elizabeth, at home; one son-in-law, Dr. Earl A. Schafer, of Bellaire; four sisters, Mrs. Alveratta Fraley, of Oklahoma; Mrs. Hannah Rothenbuhler, of Cameron, Ohio; Mrs. Anna Hoppon, of Bellaire, Ohio, Mrs. Airzona Strickler, of Okark, Ohio, and three brothers, Elmer, of Businessburg, Ohio; Adolph, of Ozark, Ohio, and Walter, of Canton. Funeral services will be conducted from the home on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, with Reverend B. F. Leach, pastor of the Christian church of Somerton, Ohio, in charge. Following the services from the home the body will be taken to Somerton, Ohio, where services will be conducted at the Christian church at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, with Reverend Leach in charge.
 
Schafer, Jane
Died: November 19, 1923
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Schafer, John
Died: April 1, 1915
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Schafer, Louisa
Died: May 11, 1919
 
Schaub, Caroline Bintz       X
               Caroline Bintz, nee Schaub, was born January 20, 1839, in Rumbach, Bavaria. She came to America, to the vicinity of Monroefield, Ohio in her 12th year. She married William Wihler in 1859, and shared the pleasures and sorrows of wedded life with him for 27 years. Her husband dying then, she remained a widow for 14 years. November 14, 1900, she was married to David Bintz. She died on the morning of October 10, 1908, aged 69 years and nine months.
               The deceased became converted to God under the pastorate of John KUSTER, and joined the German M. E. Church in 1877, of which she remained a faithful member till her death. When she saw that death was near she expressed a desire to go to her Heavenly home and sang a Christian song. Her husband, David Bintz, a brother, sister, two sons, and six daughters survive the departed. One son and one daughter preceded her to Eternity. Twenty-three grandchildren, one great grandchild and a large circle of friends also live to mourn their loss.
               The funeral services were held in the German M. E. Church near Monroefield, and her body interred in the graveyard there. Dr. Herman Herzer, her former pastor, preached the funeral sermon from Matthew 5:6, and Reverend Paul W. Plueddemann, the present pastor gave a short address based on I John 3: 1-3. The Church could not hold all the people who came to pay their respects to the deceased.

 Source:The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Thurs. November 5, 1908

 
Schaub, Caroline Smith
[Source: Wheeling Register, December 28, 1917]
Mrs. Caroline Schaub Smith, 85, one of the oldest residents of the Island, and widow of the late John Smith, died yesterday morning at 7:25 o'clock at her home, No. 503 South Broadway.
She was born in Germany June 23, 1833, and came to America with her parents when one year old. Her early life was spent in Monroe County, Ohio, coming to this city after her marriage to Mr. Smith in 1853, having lived on the Island ever since. She was a member of the German Methodist Episcopal church for the past sixty-five and had been active in church work.
Her husband preceded her in death several years, and she leaves three sons and two daughters: George F., Charles W. and Harry Smith, all of this city; Miss Emma Smith and Mrs. Thomas S. Meek. Also two sisters survive, Mrs. Margaret Repper, of Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Elizabeth Thier, of Lancaster, Wis., and one brother, Henry Schaub, of Hannibal, O.
Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the family home, and Rev. Charles Severinghaus, pastor of the German M. E. church, will have charge. Interment will follow at Greenwood.
 
Schaub, Catharina
Source: Monroe county birth records
Woodsfield, Ohio, October 16, 1835
               Catharina Schaub was born October 16, 1835, in Monroe County, Ohio; father David D. SCHAUB; mother Catharina Barbara BINTZ.
 
 
Schaub,  David
Source: Monroe County birth records
Woodsfield, Ohio, February 23, 1838
               David Schaub was born February 23, 1838, Miltonsburg, Ohio; father David D. SCHAUB; mother Catharina Barbara BINTZ.
 
Schaub, Elizabeth
Died: January 20, 1917
 
 Schaub, Fred Richard
[Source: Wheeling News Register, January 14, 1951]
Fred R. Schaub, 70
Fred R. Schaub, 70, veteran employe of the Wheeling Steel Corporation, died yesterday at 11:15 a.m. in his home, 140 Valley boulevard. Deceased suffered a paralytic stroke nine weeks ago.
Son of the late Jacob and Sarah Fowler, he was born in New Martinsville, W. Va., March 27, 1880. He was employed as a finisher at the Benwood plant of the Wheeling Steel Corp., since 1903. He was a member of Wesley Methodist church and Protective Home Circle.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Maude Schafer Schaub; four daughters, Mrs. Cecil Teuscher, Newton Falls, O., Mrs. George Weber, Denmark, O., Mrs. J. Regis Barrett, Follansbee, Miss Virginia Schaub, at home; a sister, Mrs. William Pyles, New Martinsville, and 11 grandchildren. Friends are being received at Kepner’s, 1308 Chapline St., where services will be held in the chapel at 2 p. m. The Rev. J. B. Staley pastor of Wesley Methodist church will officiate. Interment in Greenwood cemetery.
 
 
Schaub, Harry A.
 
 
1923
 
 
 
Schaub, Henry W. Schaub
 
 
 
 April 1930
 
 Schaub, Maud Magdalena (nee Schaffer)
[Source: Wheeling News Register, December 21, 1964]
            SCHAUB, Mrs. Maud M. Schaffer, 94, of 140 Valley Blvd., died Monday at 6:05 a.m. at her home after a lengthy illness. Born in Wheeling April 1, 1880, she was the daughter of Andrew and Lucinda Hutchison Schaffer. She was a member of the Wesley Methodist Church and the Women's Relief Corps. Her husband, Fred R., preceded her in death in 1951. Surviving are four daughters: Miss Virginia at home Mrs. Ceci1 (Goldie) Teuscher of Newton Falls, O., Mrs. George (Belva) Weber of Ashtabula, .O., and Mrs. James (Helyn) Barrett of Follansbee; three sisters: Mrs. Michael Kernoski of McClure, Pa., Mrs. Philip Pizzi of Philadelphia, and Mrs. Jacob Myers of St. Clairsville; 10 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Friends will be received at Kepner's, 1308 Chapline St., where services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. with the Rev. R. C. Snedeker officiating. Burial in Greenwood Cemetery.
 
Schaub, Phoebe
Died: December 16, 1926
 
Schaub, Sophia
Died: May 18, 1931
 
Shaw, Freda Louise (nee Walton)

   Mrs. Freda Louise Shaw, 65, of 404 Longview Avenue, Mingo Junction, died Saturday, June 15, 1968, in Ohio Valley Hospital at Steubenville.

   She was born December 2, 1902, at Woodsfield, a daughter of Thomas G. and Barbara Pfalzgraf Walton.

   Mrs. Shaw was a member of the First United Presbyterian Church and the Women's Auxiliary of the Hill and Dale Fire Department.

   Surviving are her husband, Carl L. Shaw; two sons, Major Carl R. Shaw of Frankfurt, Germany, and James G. Shaw of Wintersville; four daughters, Mrs. Denzil (Martha) Wright, of Wintersville; Mrs. James (Joan) Raha, of Mingo Junction; Mrs. James (Ruth) Jackson and Mrs. William (Caroline) Haislet, of Mingo Junction; one brother, George Walton, of Cuyahoga Falls; one sister, Mrs. Earl (Mary) Starr of Cuyahoga Falls; and fifteen grandchildren.

   Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock in the First United Presbyterian Church at Mingo Junction, with the Rev. Moss Rutan officiating. Interment was in Fort Steuben Burial Estates, Steubenville.

 
Schell, Anna K.
Died: February 14, 1920
Source: Monroe County records
 
Schell, Emalie
Died: June 28, 1931
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
SCHNELL, Jacob
Died: January 19, 1913
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Magdalina Schell, (nee Diehl) [Source:The Spirit of Democracy Woodsfield, Ohio, Thurs. March 1, 1894]
  Magdalina Diehl Schell died February 9, 1894, at the home of Jacob Christman, was born February 15, 1804, in Elsas, France, near Steinbach. She married W. L. Shell who died in 1878, at age of 83 years. She came to the US in 1833, and lived four years in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, also lived a number of years on Wills Creek and later lived on a farm between Miltonsburg and Woodsfield. After her husband’s she lived a few years with her daughter in Washington County, Ohio, then the rest of her life near Lewisville. They had six children - - one son and one daughter survive: A son, Jacob Shell, lives in the west, a daughter Rosan Shell Faubel lives in Washington County, Ohio, two brothers, Christian and Peter Diehl, 21 grandchildren, a niece, Terrasia Hill lives in Washington County, Ohio. Her burial was made in Lutheran cemetery near Miltonsburg.
 
 
Schmidt, Charles F.
Died: February 13, 1927
 
Schmidt, Elisabetha
Elisabetha Schmidt died October 18, 1851, and her brother, Ludwig Schmidt
died October 21, 1851. Elisabetha was born January 26, 1837, and Ludwig wasborn May 28, 1841, the children of George and Christina Veyock Schmidt.
 
Schmidt, John
November 27, 1920
 
 
Schmidt, Mary C.
 May 11, 1927
 
 
Schneeberger, Bertha E.
June 20, 1916
 
 
Schneeberger, Peter
October 14, 1913
 
Schnegg, Esther, nee Shriver
Source--Times Leader    Martins Ferry, Ohio
Published--April 12, 2005
Schnegg , Esther M. , 90, Barnesville, died Monday, April 11, 2005. Born April 16, 1914 in
Beallsville to Abraham and Lulu Bolon Shriver. She was a member of East Main Street Church of Christ, New Castle Homemakers and was retired from Barnesville Hospital. Preceded by husband, Ernest R. Schnegg; son, Charles Schnegg; sister, Hilda Board; one granddaughter, Tammy Jo Marginean and one great granddaughter, Amber Guilliouma. Survived by four sons, Donald R. (Elizabeth) Schnegg, William R. (Brenda) Schnegg, Fred A. (Sue) Schnegg, and Roger (Brenda) Schnegg; three daughters, Georgiann Sue Marginena, Shirley Schnegg and Carol (Mark) Dimitro; 14 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. Visitation 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m., Tuesday and service 11 a.m., Wednesday at Campbell- Plumly-Milburn Funeral Home, 319 North Chestnut Street, Barnesville. Burial in Beallsville Cemetery.
 
 
Schneider, Catherine (nee Stoffel)
  Catherine Schneider was born May 1, 1843 and died January 1, 1908, aged 64 years and 8 months. She was married to Fred Schneider [correct is Frederick R.] about 45 years ago. To this union were born two children, Katie A.[correct is Catherine Ann], who died at the age of 35 years, and Wm. [correct is Frederick William] with whom she made her home recently, and where she was cared for in her last sickness. She was a lifeLong member of the Evangelical church. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. S.W. Jones of Somerton. Mrs. Schneider's maiden name was Stoffel, and she came to this country from Germany when
she was a young girl. [Catherine Stoffel was the second wife of Frederick R. Schneider and was born at Darstein, Bavaria. They are buried in the Pioneer Cemetery, Woodsfield, Ohio
Source:Newspaper clipping, Monroe County, Ohio
 
Schneider, Christine Schneider
July 19, 1933
 
, 1912
Schneider, Cora Elizabeth
 IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE--It is hard to part with dear friends here on earth, but we realize that there will be no separation in heaven, such was that of Cora Elizabeth, daughter of John and Anna Schneider, who was born in Monroe County, Ohio, January 11, 1895, and died February 5, 1912, being at the time of her 17 years and 25 days old. She leaves to mourn her loss a father, mother, two sisters, two brothers, and a host of friends. Cora was a member of the confirmation class at the Evangelical church where she attended regularly to leArn the instructions of Christ, and to love our Master as we should, so that some time, sooner or later, she may be permitted to enter our heavenly home of love and rest, with our Savior ever more. Cora was loved by all who knew her, and always met her friends with a loving smile and a happy greeting. Yes, it is hard for us to part with one so young and beautiful. But we realize that the young must die as well as the aged. Again we realize that God has prepared a more beautiful home and if we, the friends of Cora, live the life that God would have us to live sooner or later, we will be permitted to clasp her hand in that beautiful home in heaven where we will never part and dwell with Cora forever. Now as the writer closes these solemn thoughts with a desire that father, mother, sisters and brothers will live such a life that they will meet with Cora and make an unbroken family around the throne of God. The funeral was conducted by Rev. J. H. Overbeck, of the Woodsfield Evangelical church after which the remains were taken to the Neuhart cemetery and tenderly laid to rest.
 
Dear Cora, she has left us,
 Left us, yes, for ever more,
But we hope to meet our loved one
 On that bright and happy shore.
Dear Cora, oh, how we miss you,
 More, yes more, than we can tell,
But we know you have gone to Jesus,
 There forever more to dwell.
And when we're called to join you,
 In that land where all is love,
Then, dear Cora, there'll be no parting
 In that beautiful home above.
              Cousin Estella.
Source:Newspaper clipping, Monroe County Ohio, February 1912
 
Schneider, Elizabeth
October 30, 1918
 
 
Schneider, Elisabeth (nee Bertram
Woodsfield, Ohio, October 30, 1904
               Elisabeth Bertram Schneider was born May 10, 1819 in Rumbach; father Ludwig Bertram; mother Elisabetha Margaretha Neuhart; She died October 30, 1904, age 85 years, 5 months and 21 days. Spouse Friedrich Jacob Schneider.
Source: Monroe County records
 
Schneider, Emma
Source: Monroe County death records
Woodsfield, Ohio, October 3, 1832
               Emma Schneider; female; born in United States; white; married; housekeeper; died October 3, 1832, in Monroe County, Ohio; cause of death, typhoid fever; aged 29 years, 2 months, and 12 days. 
 
Schneider, Mrs. Eva (nee Christman)
               Eva Christman Schneider, aged 71 years, relict of Jacob Schneider, died at her home near Woodsfield May 18, 1904. Eva was born in 1833, the daughter of George Jacob and Eva ULLMAN Christman. Deceased was a member of the Lutheran Church. She leaves two sons, Jacob and Fred. The funeral took place Friday, services were conducted by the Reverend Theodore A. HAFELE. Interment was in the Woodsfield cemetery.
Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Thurs., May 26, 1904
 
Schneider, Fred
Source: Monroe County death records
Woodsfield, Ohio, 1835
               Frederich SCHNEIDER; male; born in 1782,  in Vorderweidenthal; died in 1835; father, Friedrich SCHNEIDER; spouse Elisabetha BOTT; married in 1825; Fred and Elisabetha were parents of four children; John Jacob, Katharina, George and Frederich Schneider
 
Schneider, George
 
March 8, 1916
 
 

Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. George H.

Source: The Monroe County Beacon, NOV. 21, 1974

     Mr. and Mrs. George H. Schneider, of 105 West Marietta Street, Woodsfield, will celebrate their Golden Wedding Anniversary with open house to their many friends and relatives on Sunday, November 24, from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.

     A request of no gifts has been made by the couple.

     Mr. and Mrs. Schneider (Josephine Baker) were married on November 29, 1924.

     Mr. Schneider is a retired State Highway employee, having retired in 1963. He is a past Commander of the American Legion Post 87 and a member of the 40 & 8. Mrs. Schneider is an active member of the American Legion Auxiliary, also a past President. Both Mr. and Mrs. Schneider are members of St. Paul's United Church of Christ, of Woodsfield.

     Mr. and Mrs. Schneider have one daughter, Mrs. Francis (Arlene) Winland, of Lewisville. Six grandchildren complete the family circle.

 

 
 
 
Schneider, Harry
 
Apr 20, 1892
 
Dec 1978, residence: Woodsfield
 
 
John J. Schneider [Source:The Spirit of Democracy Issue: Woodsfield, Ohio, Thurs., November 6, 1902]
 
  John Jacob Schneider, one of the oldest residents of this community, died October 30, 1902. He was born at Vorderweidenthal, Rhimphalz, Bavaria, March 1, 1829. When he was four years of age, his parents came to America. His father died very soon after they had made their home here in this new land. In those times, this part of the country was wilderness, and as the father=s support was gone, many hardships were left for the mother with the little children. Hard work was experienced by them all, but it had its reWards. Mr. Schneider was married February 24, 1852, to Miss Eva Christman. Two sons were born to them, who with the widow mourn his . He was a member of the Lutheran Church of Woodsfield and one of those who helped to organize the congregation.
 
  The funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon by the Reverend T. A. Hafell. After a short service at the house, the remains were taken to the Church in Woodsfield, where a funeral sermon was delivered in the German language. A number of the members of the congregation sang a few well known German hymns, and as the organ gave forth the time of a funeral march the remains were taken from the Church to their resting place, the Woodsfield cemetery. A great many friends attended the funeral. Mr. Schneider was a well respected and well known in this community. His last days were days of great suffering, but he endured it all with Christian patience and found consolation in the great truths of the gospel making its hope also his hope. His age was 73 years, 7 months, and 29 days.
Schneider, John Jacob Schneider --2nd Obituary
 
 Source:Newspaper clipping, Monroe County Ohio, November 1902
 
John Jacob Schneider, an old resident of this community passed away October 30th, after a lingering illness. He was born March 1, 1829 at Vonderweidenthal, Bavaria, Germany. At the age of 4 years he came to this country with his parents. They settled in the sparsely inhabited regions of Monroe County, and in their first year experienced great hardships. The newly founded home in this new land was soon invaded by sorrow, the father being called away when the children were but very young. Many hardships were experienced; as the boys grew up they proved to be very industrious, in the course of time founded their own homes. In 1852 Mr. Schneider founded his home in being married to Miss Eva Christman on February 24. Two sons were born to them, Jacob and Fred who with the widow mourn the departure of their father. Mr. Schneider was a faithful member of the Evangelical church, one of its organizers. He experienced great suffering in his last days. He was buried on Friday afternoon, October 31. His remains were taken to the Woodsfield church. A great many people attended the funeral. His age was 73 years, 7 months, 29 days.
 
Schneider, Josephine
Born: Mar 22, 1901, died: Mar 1987, residence: Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Schneider, L.
Died: May 10, 1918. Source: Monroe County death records
 
Schneider, Magdalena Arn            X
            Magdalena Arn; female; died October 29, 1843; aged 38 years; born December 24, 1804, in Rumbach, Germany, daughter of Johann Michael and Elisabeth Schneider; spouse, John Arn.  Source: Monroe County death records
 
Schneider, Wilber E.
Died: November 28, 1914. Source: Monroe County death records
 
Schnell, Jacob
January 19, 1913
 
 
 
Schockling, Andrew Schockling
 
23 February 23, 1902
 
July 1979
 
Woodsfield
 

 Schockling, Harold  

December 5, 1988

RETIRES

Source: The Journal Leader

     Postal workers of the Caldwell Post Office honored one of their fellow employees with a small retirement party Friday morning, December 2. Harold Schockling, rural carrier for Caldwell Route one, retired after 23 years of service with the Post Office. Schockling entered the postal service as a rural carrier substitute on route four and at the time of his retirement was carrier for route one which covers 74 miles and services 366 families.

     Schockling also served for a while as a custodial laborer at the post office. Present for his retirement were: Carl Dyer, Caldwell Postmaster: Bob Ramsey, Jim Gee, Jim Whetstone, Sam Curry, Bill Chandler, Jean Lallathin, Becky Miller, John Schafer and Dave Merry.

 
Schockling, Mary
 
July 12, 1905
 
Mar 1984
 
Woodsfield
 
Schoonover, Calvin C.
 
Apr 15, 1911
 
Mar 15, 2000
 
Sardis
 
Schoonover, Christina SchooNovemberer
 
7 Jul 1834
 
4 Aug 1901
 
Lee Twp.
Christina SCHOONoer was born in Harrison County, Ohio, on July 6, 1834. She died August 4, 1901 in Monroe County, Ohio. She married William SchooNovemberer on March 18, 1855. Eight daughters were born to them, seven of whom survive. She was a member of the M. E. church for 26 years, and of the U.B. church 25 years. Funeral service were conducted by the writer, J. M. Goddard (Monroe Gazette 5 Sep 1901)s
SchooNovemberer, Daniel SchooNovemberer
 
1m 6d
 
-- October 1878
 
Lee twp.
 
SchooNovemberer, Elizabeth
 
13 Jul 1840
 
24 Aug 1890
 
Lee Twp.SchooNovemberer, Elizabeth
 
SchooNovemberer, Mary SchooNovemberer
 
20 November 1814
 
20 Dec 1873
 
Lee Twp.SchooNovemberer, Mary
 
Schoonover, William E.
 
 
 
March 1, 1917
 
 
 
Schrader, Louis Henry Schrader
 
August 25, 1874
 
November 26, 1918
 
 
 
Schrader, Louisa Schrader
 
June 9, 1842
 
May 11, 1919
 
 
 
Schubert, John Schubert
 
January 30, 1888
 
Mar 1966
 
Woodsfield
 
Schuetz, Barbara Schuetz
 
Monroe County
 
September 24, 1921
 
Hope Ridge
 
Schultheis, Harold W. Schultheis
 
Aug 21, 1924
 
May 5, 2002
 
Sardis
 
Schultz, Stillborn Schultz
 
 
 
September 19, 1914
 
 Schumacher, Miss Agnes and Leo N. Burkhart, marriage - betty will type - eunice
 
Schumacher, Alfred A.
Born: Aug 9, 1914, diedl: November 15, 1997, residence: Woodsfield
 
Schumacher, Anna
 
May 9, 1881
 
July 1979
 
Woodsfield
 
Schumacher, Arthur Schumacher
 
Apr 6, 1924
 
June 1984
 
Woodsfield
 
Schumacher, Ben
 
Dec 25, 1889
 
February 1966
Woodsfield
 
 

 

FEB. 7,1974

COMMISSIONER

Bernard H. Schumaeher

Source: The Monroe County Beacon

 

     Bernard H. Schumaeher will be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Monroe County Commissioner in the May 7 primary election.

     A life long resident of Monroe County, Schumaeher has been Trustee of Center Township for seven years and has served as ASC committee chairman for Center Township for sixteen years. He has been a school bus driver for seventeen years and a truck driver for twenty-eight years hauling hay, coal, water, etc.

     Schumacher attended' St. Sylvester's grade school and graduated from Woods-field High School in 1932. He and his wife, the former Florence Kress, reside on a farm on Woodsfield, Route 4. They are the parents of five daughters, Adeline Jones, Alice Goddard, Vera Trigg, Anna Hupp and Bernice Schumacher, of the home. Five grandchildren complete the' family circle.

 

 

FEB. 21,1974

ENGAGEMENT

Bernice Schumacher

Source: The Monroe County Beacon

 

     Miss Bemice Schumacher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Schumacher, of Route 4, Woodsfield, has completed plans for her marriage to Ralph E. Baker, son of Mrs. Dorothy I. Baker, of 11 Andover Circle, Woodsfield, and Ralph L. Baker, of Woodsfield.

     The wedding will be an event of Saturday, June 15,1974, at two o'clock in the afternoon in St. Sylvester Church, Woodsfield. Following the ceremony, a reception will be held in the church social room. Guests are invited to call at the home of the bride after the reception.

     The wedding dance will be held in St. John Parish Hall, Millonsburg, starting at eight o'clock. The public is invited.

 

 

Schumacher, Caroline
May 1, 1935
 
 
 
 Mr. Charles SCHUMACHER
Source: Monroe County records
and        The Spirit of Democracy
Woodsfield, Ohio, Thurs., April 27, 1916
               Charles SCHUMACHER, aged 66 years, died at his home on Maple Avenue Tuesday night, April 18, 1916. Mr. Schumacher had been in bad health with dropsy and heart trouble for some time. He was born in Bavaria, Germany, in 1850, and at the age of five years came to this country with his parents and ever since has resided in this County.
               In 1878, he was united in marriage to Margaret GLASER. He leaves a wife and five children - Clement, Sylvester, Margaret RIESBECK, Leo and Mary SCHUMACHER and seven brothers. Deceased was a member of the Catholic Church and an upright citizen. He resided in this community all his life. The funeral will take place at the Catholic Church Saturday morning at 9:30 standard time with the interment being in the Church cemetery. Reverend Francis Seeber will officiate.
 
Schumacher, Clara Schumacher
September 4, 1934
November 1985
Malaga
 
Schumacher, Clem C. Schumacher
 
 
 
August 16, 1916
 
 
 
Schumacher, Doris J. Schumacher
 
June 2, 1928
 
June 1, 1994
 
Woodsfield
 
Schumacher, Edward L. Schumacher
 
 
 
August 6, 1934
 
 
 
Schumacher, Ella Schumacher
 
 
 
1934
 
 
 
Schumacher, Emma P. Schumacher
 
Mar 29, 1896
 
Mar 16, 1999
 
Jerusalem
 
Schumacher, Fannie E. Schumacher
 
 
 
November 2, 1934
 
 
 
Schumacher, Florence C. Schumacher
 
May 13, 1919
 
Mar 18, 1999
 
Woodsfield
 
Schumacher, Frank Schumacher
 
September 25, 1885
 
October 1966
Woodsfield
 
Schumacher, Fred
WOODSFIELD - Fred Schumacher, 83, of Woodsfield, died Wednesday (November. 3, 2004). Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Sylvester Catholic Church in Woodsfield. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home in Woodsfield.
Source: Marietta Times, Friday, November 5, 2004
 
Schumacher, George
December 15, 1915
 
 
Schumacher, Gretchen E.
 
January 9, 1909
 
November 12, 1989
Woodsfield
 
Schumacher, Herbert Schumacher
 
Dec 5, 1895
 
Dec 1981
 
Woodsfield
 
Schumacher, Isadore Schumacher
 
January 26, 1884
 
Apr 1970
 
Jerusalem
 
Schumacher, James N. Schumacher
 
 
 
June 5, 1923
 
 
 
Schumacher, John Schumacher
 
Aug 9, 1885
 
Jul 1969
 
Jerusalem
 
Schumacher, Joseph I. Schumacher
 
August 29, 1839
 
October 14, 1918
 
 
 
Schumacher, Lena E.
Died: April 11, 1925
 
 
 
Schumacher, Leo Schumacher
 
Mar 21, 1890
 
January 1969
Woodsfield
 
Schumacher, Louis H.
December 14, 2000
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
            Woodsfield -- Louis H. Schumacher Jr., 66, of Adams Avenue died Thursday (December 14, 2000) at his home. He was born May 13, 1934, in Monroe County to Louis R. and Estella Ackerman Schumacher. He was a member of St. Sylvester Catholic Church in Woodsfield. He retired from Consolidated Aluminum Corp. in 1984 and was a carpenter by trade.
            He is survived by three sons, Mitchell Schumacher and his wife, Ashley, of Woodsfield, Perry Schumacher and his wife, Deb, of Woodsfield and Paul "Pete" Schumacher and his wife, Kristi, of West Jefferson; two daughters, Kristel and Wayne Smith of Woodsfield and Lynda and Chris Keylor of Barnesville; one brother, Francis Schumacher of Woodsfield; and six grandchildren, Allison Schumacher, Andrew Schumacher, Doug Hauck, Chelsey Keylor, Zack Keylor and Jordan Schumacher.
            He was preceded in death by one brother, Arthur Schumacher; and one sister, Margaret Ann Schumacher Bride.
            Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Monday at St. Sylvester Catholic Church in Woodsfield with the Rev. David Gaydosik officiating. Burial is in St. Sylvester Catholic Church Cemetery in Woodsfield. Vigil services are at 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Bauer- Turner Funeral Home, 100 S. Paul St., Woodsfield.
            Memorial contributions may be made to St. Sylvester Central School, 119 Wayne St., Woodsfield, Ohio 43793.
 
Schumacher, Miss Lucille and Mr. Lucian Block - marriage - betty will type - gertrude
 
Schumacher, Madeline
Born: January 31, 1915, died: January 13, 1988, residence: Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Schumacher, Margaret
Died: November 10, 1934
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Schumacher, Margaret
Born: June 1, 1900: died: Mar 1983, residence: Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Schumacher, Marie E.
Born: Apr 4, 1916, died: October 10, 1997, residence: Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Schumacher, Marie
 
May 8, 1895
 
Dec 1983
 
Woodsfield
 
Schumacher, Maude Schumacher
 
Aug 9, 1886
 
September 1980
 
Woodsfield
 
Schumacher, Michael Schumacher
 
 
 
1934
 
 
 
Schumacher, Phillip J. Schumacher
 
 
 
April 21, 1925
 
 
 
Schumacher, Phillip Schumacher
 
October 17, 1845
 
December 21, 1922
 
Woodsfield
 
Schumacher, Stillborn Schumacher
 
 
 
January 14, 1919
 
 
 
Schumacher, Stillborn Schumacher
 
 
 
May 27, 1913
 
 
 
Schumacher, Sylvester Schumacher
 
May 11, 1882
 
Apr 1969
 
Woodsfield
 
Schumacher, Walter Schumacher
June 28, 1913
October 1977
Woodsfield
Schumacher, Walter

Water W. Schumacher

     Water W. Schumacher, 64, of Maple Avenue, Woodsfield, died Sunday morning, October 9, 1977, at Barnesville Hospital following an extended illness.

     He was born June 28, 1913, at Woodsfield, the son of the late William and Mary Alig Schumacher.

     Mr. Schumacher was a member of St. Sylvester Catholic Church, and a Fourth Degree member of Knights of Columbus Council 5009, Miltonsberg.  He was a retired appraiser for Allied Appraisal Company.

     Surviving are his wife, Madeline Pfeffer Schumacher; five daughters, Mrs. Arthur (Amy) Biedenbach, Mrs. Dan (Margaret) Welsh and Mrs. George (Monica) Babcock, all of Canton; Mrs. Donald (Rita) Biedenbach, of Woodsfield, and Mrs. Tom (Jane) Landefeld, of Ann Arbor, Michigan; four sons, Daniel and Samuel Schumacher, of Woodsfield; Joseph Schumacher, of Salem, W. Va.; and Michael Schumacher of North Canton, Oho; nineteen grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Carolyn Lowery, of Canton; Mrs. Magdeline Edward of Bisbee, Arizona, and Miss Rosemary Schumacher, of Woodsfield, and four brothers, Herman Schumacher of Canton; Martin Schumacher, of Barnesville; Rev. Henry Schumacher, S. V. D. of Cebu City, Philippines, and Roman Schumacher of Malaga.

     Friends were received at the Bauer and Turner Funeral Home.

     Mass of Christian Burial was held Wednesday morning at eleven o’clock at St. Sylvester’s Church, with Msgr. Robert A. Brown officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery.

     Rosary devotions were held at the funeral home on Tuesday evening.

 

 
 
Schumacher, William A.
            Died: April 14, 1931. Resdidence: Woodsfield
 
Schumacker, Adeline B. Schumacker
 
Aug 21, 1917
 
February 1994
 
Woodsfield
 
Schupbach, Pearl Schupbach
 
September 6, 1900
 
Dec 1986
 
Hannibal
 
Schwaben, Charles H. Schwaben
 
Apr 5, 1915
 
May 1, 1999
 
Woodsfield
 
Schwaben, Flo E. Schwaben
 
Mar 24, 1918
 
June 14, 1994
 
Sardis
 
Schwall, Arnold Schwall
 
November 27, 1891
 
November 1972
 
Woodsfield
 
Schwall, Christina Schwall
 
 
 
June 9, 1923
 
 
 
Schwall, Elroy
Apr 16, 1896
 
November 1978
 
Woodsfield
 
Schwall, Floyd E.
May 18, 1920
 
October 16, 1999
 
Woodsfield
 
Schwall, Francis (Frank)
 
December 31, 1859
 
January 9, 1923
 
 
Schwall, Hazel Ball, nee VanFossen
Source--Daily Jeffersonian   Cambridge, Ohio
Published--November   2001
            Hazel (VanFossen) Ball Schwall, 98, of Canton, formerly of Woodsfield, died Tuesday (Nov. 20, 2001) at Altercare of Ohio in Canton.She was born May 4, 1903, in Belmont County, daughter of the late James Harvey and Venora (Leisure) VanFossen.
     She was preceded in death by her husband, Arnold W. Schwall; a daughter, Betty Hammerly; a grandson, Robert Hammerly; a brother, Willard H. VanFossen; and two sisters, Olive G. Walker and Effie H. Major.
     Mrs. Schwall leaves a grandson, William P. Hammerly Jr. of Canton; a great-grandson, Joshua Hammerly of Canton; several nieces and nephews.
     Friends may call from 1 to 2 p.m. Monday at Campbell-Plumly-Milburn Funeral Home, Barnesville, with services to follow at 2 p.m.
Burial will be in Ebenezer Cemetery, Bethesda.
 
Schwall, Hilda
 
Aug 12, 1896
 
November 1976
 
Woodsfield
 
Schwall, Opal E.
 
January 8, 1923
 
Dec 15, 1994
 
Woodsfield
 
Schwall, Roy W. Schwall
 
September 5, 1917
 
September 4, 1996
 
Beallsville
 
Schwall, William E. Schwall
 
 
 
May 15, 1925
 
 
 
Schwall, William
Died: April 8, 1915
 
Schwallie, Mr. Frank and Miss Rosa Wahl
Source:The Spirit of Democracy
Woodsfield, Ohio, Thurs., November 30, 1916
               Mr. Frank Schwallie and Miss Rosa Wahl were married Tuesday morning, November 28, 1916, at the Catholic Church by the Reverend Francis Seeber. These young people have the best wishes of a host of friends for a long and happy married life.
 
Schwartz, Mr. Chester S. and Miss Rosa M. Ackerman  X
               Mr. Chester Samuel Schwartz, son of Samuel Aron and Matilda Seebright Schwartz and Miss Rosa Marie Ackerman, daughter of John Adam and Louisa Christman Ackerman, were married March 23, 1916, by the Rev. William F. Koehler.
Source:The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Thursday, March 30, 1916
Collection of Gertrude Christman Kahrig
 
Scott, Donna
Born: October 9, 1928, died: November 1986, residence: Woodsfield
 
Scott, Earnest
January 13, 1895
 
Mar 1966
 
Graysville
 
Scott, Elizabeth Scott
 
 
 
November 19, 1914
 
 
 
Scott, Emma L. Scott
 
 
 
November 23, 1932
 
 
 
Scott, Etta J. Scott
 
 
 
 June 28, 1927
 
 
 
Scott, George Scott
 
 
 
June 4, 1922, residence: Lewisville
 
Scott, Gerald " Jerry" A.
Source:Marietta Times . . . Marietta, OH . . . June 2002 . .
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
LEWISVILLE - Gerald A. "Jerry" Scott, 56, of 35467 Ohio 78, Lewisville, died at 2:37 a.m. Thursday (June 13, 2002) at Marietta Memorial Hospital in Marietta.
            He was born November 26, 1945, in Lewisville to Harmon and Thelma Kuhn Scott. He was a 1963 graduate of the former Skyvue High School in Stafford. He was an employee of Ormet Corp. in Hannibal.
            He was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church near Lewisville and Steelworkers of America Union 5760. He served in the Army National Guard of Ohio and was a former Little League coach at Lewisville.
            He is survived by his wife, Sharon Hines Scott, whom he married on July 29, 1972; two daughters, Michele Stiltner of Gibsonton, Fla., and Stacy Reed and her husband, Greg, of Columbus; two sons, Michael Scott of Cambridge and David Scott of Athens; four sisters, Charlene Lenser of Rocky River, Ohio, Janet Johnson and Debbie Scott, both of Croton, Ohio, and Nancy Scott of Columbus; five brothers, Franklin Scott of Westerville, Richard Scott of Columbus, and Gene Scott, Jim Scott and Philip Scott, all of Lewisville; three grandchildren, R.J. and Meghan Stiltner and Karenna Reed; and several nieces and nephews.
            He was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Michael Scott; and one sister, Bonnie Scott.
            Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Joseph Catholic Church near Lewisville with the Rev. David Gaydosik as celebrant. Burial will be in Chapel Hill Cemetery near Lewisville. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. today at Watters Funeral Home in Woodsfield, where vigil services will be conducted at 8 p.m. today.
 
Scott, Harmon Scott
 
July 12, 1902
 
Mar 1986
 
Lewisville
 
Scott, Harry Scott
 
Apr 9, 1898
 
November 1972
 
Graysville
 
Scott, James Scott
 
January 11, 1894
 
June 1967
 
Woodsfield
 
Scott, John W. Scott
 
 
 
April 23, 1914
 
 
 
Scott, Kevin Scott
 
June 26, 1957
 
July 1978
 
Stafford
 
Scott, Laura Scott
 
November 1, 1894
 
Dec 1985
 
Graysville
 
Scott, Luella Scott
 
 
 
March 14, 1931
 
 
 
Scott, Mary A. Scott
 
 
 
 May 19, 1930
 
 
 
Scott, Maude Scott
 
October 28, 1912
 
May 1987
 
Woodsfield
 
Scott, Melissa Scott
 
 
 
January 24, 1920
 
 
 
Scott, Michael L. Scott
 
January 24, 1950
 
July 6, 1994
 
Lewisville
 
Scott, Raymond M. Scott
 
February 20, 1936
 
September 12, 1996
 
Graysville
 
Scott, S. L. Scott
 
 
 
March 4, 1931
 
 
 
Scott, Thelma Scott
 
May 10, 1907
 
Aug 26, 1995
 
Lewisville
 
Scott, Tillie Scott
 
Dec 29, 1895
 
July 1977
 
Woodsfield
 
Scott, Violet Marie Scott
 
 
 
July 21, 1919
 
 
 
Scott, Wilma E. Scott
 
May 20, 1908
 
February 17, 1989
 
Woodsfield
 
Scully, John Scully
 
Aug 2, 1906
 
July 1975
 
Woodsfield
 

Seal, Arminta L., nee Brown

     Arminta L. Seal, 92, Woodsfield, died Sept. 25, 1984, at the Barnesville Hospital.  She was born Feb. 20, 1893 at Beallsville, the daughter of the late Mathias and Polna Fraley Brown.

     She was a member of the Woodsfield Church of Christ, also a 50 year member of the Rebekah Lodge of Woodsfield.

     She was preceded in death by her husband, Stanley S. Seal in 1973, and also one daughter, Helen Perry, in 1979.

     She is survived by two sons, Donald of Columbus and Irvin of Rossford; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild.

     Friends were received at the Bauer-Turner Funeral Home, Woodsfield, Friday, where services were held Saturday with Minister Harry Summers of the Woodsfield Church of Christ officiating.  Burial in Oaklawn Cemetery, Woodsfield.

 

 

 
Seal, Arthur John Seal
 
April 18, 1924
 
May 13, 2003
 
Beallsville
 
Sears, Maurice J. Sears
 
 
 
June 29, 1915
 
 
 
Secrest, George K. Secrest
 
 
 
March 16, 1917
 
Seebach, Henry Seebach
March 1918, residence: Lewisville
 

MAY 16, 1974

AWARDED TROPHY

Miss Peggy Seebach

Source: Monroe County Beacon

 

     Perry High School senior, Miss Peggy Seebach, president of the Cooperative Office Education class, of the school, was awarded a trophy as the outstanding student of the class at the 7th Annual Spring Employer - Employe appreciation banquet May l. The award was based on over-all grades, congeniality and responsibility in her duties. Peggy is employed at the Downtown Canton Y.M.C.A.

     At the school Achievement Awards banquet May 9, she was recognized as one of the top ten academic seniors, having attained a 3.5 and over average for the past 3 _ years and maintaining an A average for four years in English.

     Peggy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Seebach, of Perry Heights, formerly of this area, and the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hill, of Woodsfield Route l, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Seebach, of Lewisville.

       

 

 
Seebaugh, John C.
Published---1968
     John Clifford Seebaugh ,64, died Tuesday, February 27, 1968, at his home at Stuart, Route 1, Florida.
     He was born in Sheridan, Pennsylvania,  February 2, 1904,  the son of John and Matilda Ackerman Seebaugh.
     At the age of nine, he, with his parents, moved to a farm near Limaville, Ohio. Five years ago he moved to Stuart, Florida.
     Surviving are his wife,  Ethel M. Seebaugh;  one daughter,  Mrs. Thelma Watson, of Hartville, Ohio;  three grandchildren;  his aged mother,  Mrs. Matilda Seebaugh, of Jerusalem. Route 1;  four step-daughters,  Mrs. Harriet Graham, of Alliance, Ohio; Mrs. Ethel Moore, of Youngstown, Ohio;  Mrs. Marcella Yothers, of Stuart, Florida, and  Mrs. Doris Lang, of Atwater, Ohio;  three step-grandchildren, and two step great-grandchildren.
     Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon, February 29th, at two o'clock in The Johns Funeral Home at Stuart. Interment was in All Saints Cemetery at Jensen Beach, Florida.
 
Seebach, Ludwig ‘ Louis’
               Louis Seebach died January 22, 1904, age 61 years, 10 months and 4 days. He was born March 18, 1842, the son of Jacob and Katharina Bott Seebach.
Source: Monroe County records
 
Seebach, Ruth O.
LEWISVILLE, Ohio - Ruth O. Seebach, 80, of Lewisville died Thursday (November. 11, 2004) at the Southeastern Regional Medical Center in Cambridge.
Calling hours are 2 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home in Woodsfield, where the service will be at 2 p.m. Sunday.Source: Marietta Times, Friday, November 12, 2004
Ruth O. Seebach
 
     LEWISVILLE, Ohio - Ruth O. Seebach, 80, of Lewisville died Thursday (November. 11, 2004) at Southeastern Medical Center in Cambridge.
 
     She was born November. 3, 1924, a daughter of the late Freeman S. Christman and Estella Kilburn Christman.
 
She was a graduate of Lewisville High School and was a homemaker. She enjoyed quilting, yard sales, and her family.
 
     She was preceded in death by her husband, Roger W. (Bill) Seebach, May 26, 1989; and one brother, Eldon Christman.
 
     She is survived by two daughters, Shirley Saffell of Woodsfield and Connie McCloud and her husband, Gary, of Lewisville; one son, Scot Seebach and his wife, Debbie, of Lewisville; one brother, Richard Christman and his wife, Mary Ann, of Columbus; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
 
     Services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Bauer-Turner Funeral Home in Woodsfield with the Rev. Karen Binford officiating. Burial will be in the Middle Church Cemetery near Lewisville. Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home.
 
     Memorial contributions may be made to the Lewisville Volunteer Fire Department.
 
[Source: The Marietta Times, Marietta, Ohio, Saturday, November 13, 2004; online]
 
Seidel, James Paul                                                                                Source--Wheeling Intelligencer      Wheeling, West Virginia                                          Published--September 7, 1961
             James Paul Seidel, 41 of 37 Kettler Avenue, husband of Earla (Fay) Davis Seidel, and an employee of the Powhattan Mining Company, died Tuesday at his home after a lingering illness. He was born in Wheeling, March 30, 1920, a son of Mrs. Annie Ritz Seidel and the late William Seidel. Surviving besides his wife and mother, are four children, Robert, James, William, and Amy Lou, all at home; one brother Charles of Bethel Park Pennsylvania; and one sister ,Mrs. Henry Ries of Bethlehem. Friends are being received at Kepner's, Thirty-sixth and Jacob Streets until Friday morning at which time the body will be taken to Christ Lutheran Church where services will be held with the Rev. William H. Kurz officiating. Interment in Halcyon Hills Memorial Gardens. Ohio Lodge No. 1, AF & AM will conduct graveside rites.
 
Seifer, Lloyd.F.
Source: Canton (Ohio) Repository - 30 Mar 2003.
(Note: According to SSDI, Lloyd was born 3 Dec 1926)
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
            Lloyd F. Seifer, age 76, of Canton, died Friday (28 Mar 2003) in his home surrounded by his family after a brief illness. Born in Woodsfield, OH, he had lived in Canton most of his life. He retired in 1973 from the Timken Co. after 30 years of service. He served as a major in the Stark Country Sheriff's Auxiliary from 1960-1973. He then served as a Lt. Commander with the Sheriff until 1985. From 1986-2003 he was the lake patrolman for Lake Cable and held a commission with the Jackson Township Police Dept. Lloyd was a member of Martin Luther Lutheran Church, Canton Lodge No. 60 F. A.M., Scottish Rite Valley of Canton, McKinley Eagles Aerie No. 2370, V.F.W. Post No. 3747 and the Hall of Fame Luncheon Club. He was a World War II Navy Veteran having served in the South Pacific. Survived by his wife, Rhoda Mae Seifer, a daughter and son-in-law, Pamela and Terry Allison of Columbus, OH; son and daughter-in-law, Rick Sr. and Jeanie Seifer of Canton; grandson and his wife, Rick Jr. and Cheryl Seifer of Massillon; two great grandchildren, Rick III and Randi Seifer; two sisters, Roxie Carroll of Lexington, KY and Margaret Stofer of Canton and two brother, and a sister-in-law, George Seifer and Chuck and Virginia Seifer all of Canton. Preceded in death by a brother, Gerald Seifer. Services will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. in Martin Luther Lutheran Church with Rev. Dr. Larry Houff officiating. Burial will be Sunset Hills Memory Gardens. Friends may call Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the Lamiell Funeral Home. Canton Lodge No. 60 F. A.M. will have a service Monday at 6:45 p.m. and the V.F.W. Post 3747 will conduct military graveside service. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Lake Cable Association or Mercy Hospice.
 
 
Seod, Wilda Seod
January 4, 1915
 
 
 
Shacklee, Eliza Jane Shacklee
February 15, 1923
Summerfield
 
Shafer, Isaac Shafer
 
 
 
December 7, 1916
 
Shafer, John L.

Monday, November 15, 1999

The Journal-Leader, Caldwell, Ohio

John L. Shafer

     John L. Sahfer, 95, of Richford Rd. Lewisville, and formerly of Ashland and Richland Co., passed away Nov. 6, 1999, at Kingston of Ashland Nursing Home, after a long illness.  He was born Sept. 25, 1904 in Woodsfield, a son of the late Stephen and Bertha Sheckles Shafer.

     He had retired from the Civil Service and was a member of the Richfork church of Christ.

     Surviving are a son and daughter-in-law, John L. and Sondra Shafer, of Mansfield; three daughters and sons-in-law, Mrs. Ted (Doris) McFadden of Ashland, Mrs. Jack (Helen) Rosenbluh, of Mansfield, Mrs. Kenneth (Dorothy) Smith, of Ashland; 12 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren; 10 great-great-grandchildren; numerous step-children, step-great children and step-great-great-grandchildren.

     In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his first wife, Katherine Tagmyer, whom he married on May 20, 1929, died in 1964; his second wife, Opal Shaw, 1973; his third wife, Audrey Gatten, in 1999; a daughter Evelyn Shafer.

     Friends were received Nov. 9 an hour prior to the service at Heyl Funeral Home, Ashland with Travis Irwin officiating.  Burial in Ashland Cemetery.

 

 
 
Shafer, Katherine Shafer
 
 
 
November 30, 1916
 
 
 
Shafer, Pluma Conger Shafer
 
 
 
March 8, 1917
 
 
 
Shafer, Vivian M Shafer
 
 
 
March 8, 1916
 
 
 
Shaw, Carrie Shaw
 
 
 
March 31, 1915
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Shaw, Charles N.
February 4, 1922
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
SHAW, Dolly M.
Died: January 4, 1933
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
SHAW, Dorothy P.
Died: August 26, 1927
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
SHAW, Elizabeth B.
Died: December 21, 1916
Source: Monroe County records
 
Shaw, James Edwin
WOODSFIELD - James Edwin Shaw, 76, of 36601 Conner Ridge Road died at 11:15 p.m. Sunday (October. 31, 2004) at his home.
Arrangements are incomplete at Watters Funeral Home, 37501 State Route 78 West, Woodsfield. Source: marietta Times, MOnday, November 1, 2004
 
SHAW, Joseph
Died: January 7, 1913
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Shaw, Margaret A.
22 October 1878
Adams Twp.
Source: Monroe County records
 
Shaw, Mary
November 1, 1875
July 15, 1966
Sardis
Source: Monroe County records
 
Shaw, Nancy Shaw
 
 
 
March 31, 1914
 
 
 
Shaw, Samuel Shaw
 
Dec 3, 1904
 
October 1982
 
Woodsfield
 
Shaw, Stillborn Shaw
 
 
 
July 19, 1937
 
 
 
Shaw, T. J. Shaw
 
 
 
July 18, 1916
 
 
 
Shaw, William Shaw
Born: June 26, 1888, died:February 1967, residence: Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County records
Sheets, John Sheets
 
78 -- --
 
20 Mar 1889
 
Adams Twp.
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Sheets, William M.
Died: January 31, 1920
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Shields, Maura M.
Died: January 14, 1913
Source: Monroe County records
 

June 3, 1989

ANNIVERSARY

Shipe, Harold and Lucile Smith

Source: Daily Jeffersonion

    Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shipe will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on June 10. An open house reception will be held in their honor between 2 and 4 p.m. June 11 at First United Methodist Church, West Church Street, Barnesville, hosted by their daughter and son in law. The couple request that gifts be omitted. On June 10, 1939, Lucile Smith, daughter of the Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith of Quaker City and Harold Shipe, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Shipe of Barnesville, were united in marriage at the parsonage of the First Methodist Church in Barnesville. The Reverend Milton M. Brown performed the ceremony. Mr. Shipe is retired from Damsel Ice Cream Company. The couple have one daughter, Mrs. Floyd Lucas of Hickory, NC.

 
SHOOK, Bessie
Born: January 11, 1902, died: October 7, 1997, residence: Sardis
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
SHOOK, Carl
 
July 14, 1902
 
Aug 1985
 
Sardis
 
Shook, Job S. Shook
 
 
 
September 9, 1914
 
 
 
Shook, Ruth E. Shook
 
 
 
April 28, 1917
 
 
 
Shook, Sarah J. Shook
 
 
 
October 5, 1917
 
 
 
Shoup, Volney D. Shoup
 
 
 
March 28, 1914
 
 
 
Shreve, Anthony Shreve
 
Aug 14, 1881
 
February 15, 1968
 
Woodsfield
 
Shreve, Edna Shreve
 
May 20, 1894
 
October 1977
 
Laings
 
Shreve, Flordella
 
November 23, 1886
 
January 15, 1968
 
Sardis
 
Shreve, Oswald H. "Pete"
Source--Charleston Daily Mail  Charleston, West Virginia
Published--Tuesday October 8, 1985                                                                              
HURRICANE - Shreve, Oswald H. "Pete" , 84, of Route 3, Hurricane, died Monday at home after a long illness. He was a retired rigger from Union Carbide, Institute. He attended Calvary Baptist Church, Nitro. He was a lifelong resident of the Kanawha Valley. Surviving: wife, Lillie; step-daughters, Mrs. Sue Irwin of St. Albans, Mrs. Carolyn Erwin of Columbus, Ohio, Mrs. Patricia Tubbs of Cleveland, Ohio; stepsons, Robert Williams of Wheeling, James Williams of Morgantown, Ohio, Richard Williams of Midwest City, Okla., Larry Williams at home; brothers, William A. of Cleveland, Ohio, Spencer B. of New Matamoras, Ohio; sister, Mrs. Ethel Williams of New Martinsville. Service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in Casdorph-Curry Funeral Home, St. Albans, with the Rev. Millard Mitchell officiating. Burial will be in Cunningham Memorial Park. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Born August 14, 1901, per the Social Security Death Index)
 
Shriver, Edith A.
November 5, 1917
 
Shriver, Goldie
 
November 28, 1890
 
February 1979
 
Beallsville
 
Shriver, Laura Shriver
 
Mar 23, 1917
 
Mar 1994
 
Beallsville
 
Shriver, Robert C. Shriver
 
Dec 14, 1925
 
November 15, 2001
 
Beallsville
 
 
Shuman, Jacob
Source:The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Thurs., August 4, 1868
  On the 15th day of July 1868, at his residence in Wayne Twp., Monroe County, Ohio, Jacob SHUMAN died in the 68th year of his age.
 
Shuman, Luella                                                                                  Source--Wheeling Intelligencer     Wheeling, West Virginia                                         Published--Thursday, Novemberember 30, 1944
            Mrs. Luella Wickers Shuman passed away at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday in the Wetzel county hospital at New Martinsville. She was born in Hannibal, Ohio, June 21, 1867, a daughter of John Henry and Catherine Elizabeth Griffin Hoskins. Surviving are these children; Homer V. Wickers of Woodville, Ohio; Mrs. Vaine L. Smittle of New Martinsville; two brothers, F. W. and R. G. Hoskins of Hannibal, and three grandchildren. She was a member of the Christian church. The body is at the Wharton funeral home, New Martinsville, and will be taken to the home of her brother, F. W. Hoskins at Hannibal on Friday evening. Services will be held Saturday at 2 o'clock in charge of Reverend Kenneth Evans. Burial will be in Harter cemetery in Hannibal.
 
Shutty, Henry
February 6, 1920
Clarington
 
 
Siefer, Sarah E.
June 5, 1913
 
 
Siegel, Jacob
Germany
September 23, 1923
Miltonsburg
 

ENGAGEMENT

Simcox, Kathryn Gail and Brian Douglas Turner

Source: Monroe Beacon

 

     Mr. and Mrs. David Ankrom of Cambridge announce the engagement of their daughter Kathryn Gail Simcox to Brian Douglas Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Turner of Woodsfield.

     Simcox is a graduate of Zane Trace High School. She received a bachelor's degree in music education from Evangel College. She currently gives private instruction in piano and voice and is choir director at St. Benedict Catholic Church in Cambridge.

     Turner is a graduate of Woodsfield High School and Ohio University. He is employed as the managing officer of the Woodsfield Savings and Loan Co.

     Wedding plans are incomplete.

 
Simerall, Viola M.
            In Memory of Viola M. Simerall. Date of Birth: March 17, 1907, Beallsville, Ohio. Date of death: April 30, 1995, Columbus, OHio. Place and Time of service: Southwick-Good Funeral Home Chapel, May 3, 1995 at 10 a.m.. Place of Interment: Crestview Cemetery. Officiant: Reverend William Leety. Source: Memory Card.
 
Sims, Jacob F.
Died: September 17, 1922
 
Sims, Jeanne
Source--Brooke Review        Brooke County, West Virginia
Published--November 5, 1998
 
  Sims, Jeanne E. Lizon Birkett , 79, of Hill Street, Beech Bottom, died Sunday
November 1, 1998, in AUH Forbes Hospice, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. She was a
retired employee of Mammoth Plastics, Wellsburg, and a member of Beech Bottom
Community Christian Church.
  She was preceded in death by her husband, James; her parents, Henry and
Mary Lizon; a brother and a sister.
  Surviving are four sons, James Birkett of Eatonville, Washington ; Larry Birkett
and Michael Sims, both of Beech Bottom, and Donald Birkett of Wellsburg ; two
daughters, Jeanne Whetsell of Beech Bottom and Sandra Birkett of California;
three brothers, James of New Jersey, Donald of Beallsville, Ohio; and Edward Lizon
of Florida ; a sister, Jesse Billiter of Beech Bottom; 11 grandchildren; 18 great-
grandchildren.
  Arrangements by Reasner Funeral Home, Wellsburg. Interment in Kadesh Chapel
Cemetery, Beech Bottom.
 
Sims, Mr. Pearl and Miss Mary Christman
Source: The Spirit of Democracy
Woodsfield, Ohio, Thurs., June 28, 1917
               Monday evening, June 18, 1917, at 9:30 Mr. Pearl SIMS of near Zanesville, Ohio and Miss Mary CHRISTMAN of this place were united in marriage at the Evangelical parsonage by the Reverend A. H. Knipping.
 
Singer, Christina
Christina Singer was born on 23 November 1846 in Wills Creek, Monroe Co., OH. She died on 07 Jul 1915 in Cincinnati, OH. She was buried in Our Lady of the Woods, Convent Cemetery, Cincinnati, Oh. Christina Singer was the first child of Jacob and Magdelena Zwick Singer born in the United States.
 
Singer, George
George Singer was born 7, 8 on 15 Mar 1848 in Wills Creek, Monroe Co., OH. He was christened in St. John Church, Miltonsburgh, Monroe Co., OH. He died 9 on 29 January 1934 in Fulda, Noble Co., OH. He was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Fulda, Noble Co., OH. He married Agnes Nancy Heil on 16 January 1872 in St. Mary, Fulda, Noble Co., OH.
 
Singer, John Adam
John Adam Singerwas born on Aug 1852 in Wills Creek, Monroe Co., OH. He was christened in St. John Church, Miltonsburgh, Monroe Co., OH. He died on 27 Aug 1928 in Indian Run, Washington Co., OH. He was buried in New St. Mary's Cemetery, Marietta, Washington Co., OH. He married Ottilia Kress on 27 October 1874 in St. Mary, Fulda, Noble Co., OH.
 
Singer, Mrs. Mary (nee Burkhart)
Published--The Spirit of Democracy  Woodsfield, Ohio
Thursday  June 27, 1918
  Mrs. Mary Burkhart Singer, aged 55 years, died after a short illness at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. Rundstatler, Friday evening. She had not been feeling well, suffering from heart trouble, and drove into Lewisville in the forenoon, where she consulted Dr. Weber, and Started for home. Shortly afterWard she was found unconscious in the buggy, about half mile from town. She was brought to the home of her sister and regained consciousness, but died in the evening. She leaves to mourn her , five brothers and four sisters. The funeral was held Monday morning, services being conducted at St. Joseph's Church at Burkhart and interment was in Chapel Hill.           typed by betty
 
Singer, Sebastian
Sebastian Singer "Bass" was born on 21 May 1850 in Wills Creek, Monroe Co., OH. He was christened in St. John Church, Miltonsburgh, Monroe, Oh. He died 8 on 01 Mar 1926 in Allegheny Co., PA. He was buried in Braddock Catholic Cemetery, Braddock, Allegheny Co., PA. He married Anna Mary Burkhart on 14 January 1874 in St. Mary, Fulda, Noble Co., OH.
 
Single, Ruth Ann SingleDecker
 
51-5-28
 
27 Sep 1878
Green Twp.
 
Singleton, Rita M.
Source:Daily Jeffersonian . . Cambridge, OH . . Dec 2001
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
            Woodsfield — Rita M. Singleton, 67, of Woodsfield, died Saturday (December 22, 2001) at the Woodsfield Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
She was born June 1, 1934, in Woodsfield, daughter of the late Herbert and Stella (Bing) Schumacher.
            Mrs. Singleton retired from the Monroe County Care Center, Woodsfield, where she served as a certified nursing assistant.
            She was a member of St. Sylvester Catholic Church, Woodsfield, where she was also a member of the Purgatorial Society.
            She was preceded in death by her husband, Ray Singleton, who died April 8, 1997; a brother, Elmer Schumacher; and a grandson, Christopher Reed.
            She leaves two daughters, Kathy Singleton of Woodsfield and Mrs. Larry (Cindy) Stephen of Boston; two sons, Patrick (Sharon) Singleton and Matthew (Sherri) Singleton, both of Woodsfield; a brother, Roger Schumacher of Woodsfield; nine grandchildren, Madeline Singleton, Adam Reed, Kyle Singleton, Tim Woodell, Jeff Woodell, John Schumacher, Tiffany Stephen, Katelyn Stephen and Lance Schumacher; and several nieces and nephews.
            Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Watters Funeral Home, Woodsfield. A vigil service will be 8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.
            Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Sylvester Catholic Church, Woodsfield, with the Rev. Fr. David Gaydosik serving as celebrant.
            Burial will be in St. Sylvester Catholic Cemetery.
            Memorial contributions may be made to St. Sylvester Catholic Church, 330 South Main St., Woodsfield, OH 43793, or St. Sylvester Catholic School, 119 Wayne St., Woodsfield, OH 43793
 
Singwald, Edith A. Singwald
 
 
 
January 6, 1916
 
 
 
Sivard, Bertha Sivard
 
May 10, 1890
 
June 15, 1970
 
Woodsfield
 
Sklenar, John Sklenar
Published--1970
 
    John Sklenar ,83, of Belle Valley,  a retired coal miner and merchant,  died at 8:20 a.m.
Friday (February 6) at Good Samaritan where he had been a patient five weeks. Death followed a long illness.
    He was born May 4, 1886, in Czechoslovakia,  a son of John and Mary Sklenar. He came to the United States with his family at the age of 10. His wife, Emma Krempasky Sklenar, died in 1961.
    In addition to mining coal, Mr. Sklenar operated a retail grocery store at Belle Valley 34 years. He was a member of SOKOL Lodge 227,  The National SOKOL Lodge 713, and The United Mine Workers of American Local 1604.
    Surviving are two sons, John F. Sklenar of Belle Valley, and  Victor F. Sklenar of Lore City; four daughters,  Miss Martha Sklenar of Belle Valley,  Mrs. Christine Milledge of Lebanon, Illinois,  Mrs. Philomena Caldwell of Belle Valley, and  Mrs. Connie Harbaugh of Columbus;  eight grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren; and a sister,  Mrs. Mary Evan of Pittsburgh. Four daughters are deceased.
    Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at McVay Funeral Home in Caldwell  where services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery at Belle Valley.
 
Slack, George
            Born: November 3, 1883, died: Mar 1967, residence: Woodsfield
 
Slack, James H.
            Woodsfield-James H. Slack, 83, of West Marietta street, died at 7:40
p.m. Saturday at his home following an illness of six months. He was a
retired farmer.
             He was born Aug. 5, 1880, in Noble County, the son of Richard and
Martha Vanfossen Slack and was a member of the Brecken Ridge Methodist
Church.  Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Margaret Slack of the home, Mrs. Harry
(Goldie) Christman of Lewisville, a brother Benton Slack of Woodsfield,
seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
            Services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Gardner Funeral Home with
Rev. Clay Frazier officiating. Burial will be at Calais Cemetery. Friends
may call at the funeral home.
[Source: The Times Recorder, Zanesville, Ohio, Monday, February 3, 1964, p.
10B] Provided by Becky Graham Stephenson
 
Slack, Leander A.
Died: November 9, 1929
 
 
Slack, Maddie G. Slack
 
 
 
June 7, 1914
 
 
 
Slack, Mattie G. Slack
 
 
 
June 7, 1914
 
 
 
Slater, Lucinda F. Slater
 
 
 
May 20, 1917
 
 
 
Slawter, Everett
            Born: February 25, 1900. Died: Mar 1986. Resicence: Graysville
 
Slevin, Edward

     Edward E. Slevin, 64, of 372  S. Chestnut St., Barnesville, died May 8, in Barnesville Hospital.  He was born June 12, 1919 at Temperanceville, the son of the late Carl and Eva Delong Slevin.

     He was a maintenance man for Watt Car & Wheel Co., Barnesville a Catholic, a veteran of World War II, and a member of Eagles Lodge No. 937, and Veterans of Foreign Wars No. 2792.

     He was preceded in death by a brother, sister, and a son.

     Surviving are his wife, Elizabeth Ramsey Slevin; three sons, Arley and Richard Allen, both of St. Johns, Mich., and Carl of Lewisville; four daughters, Eva (Sis) McConaughy of New Concord, Marsha Slevin at home, Maxine Kuthy of Bethesda, and Tammy Filkill of Zanesville; two brothers, Neil of Union Mills, IN., and Joseph of Senecaville two sisters, Rosemary Stephens of Somerton, and Patricia Temple of Barnesville; 15 grandchildren.

     Friends were received at the Campbell-Plumly Funeral Home, Barnesville, where services were conducted May 10, with the Rev. Charles Mascolino officiating.  Burial was in Crestview Cemetery, Barnesville.

 
Marriage
SLOAN, Mr. Austin and Miss Jessie CHRISTY
               Mr. Austin SLOAN and Miss Jessie CHRISTY were married February 9, 1916, by W. D. Richner, J. P. 
Source:The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Thursday, February 17, 1916
 
Sloan, Beatrice L.
 
Mar 17, 1917
 
Dec 11, 1987
 
Woodsfield
 
Sloan, Della M. Sloan
 
 
 
August 17, 1913
 
 
 
Sloan, James Sloan
 
October 8, 1907
 
Aug 1987
 
Woodsfield
 
Sloan, Margaret J.
            Died: June 24, 1936
 
 Source: The Times Leader, Thursday, March 18, 2004
Sloan, White, Marjorie, nee Sloan
Marjorie Rose Sloan White, 84, of Worthington, Ohio, died March 16, 2004 at Westerville, Ohio. Calling hours, 7 to 9 p.m., Saturday. Service, Sunday, 2 p.m., at the Bauer-Turner Funeral Home, 100 S. Paul St., Woodsfield, Ohio.
 
 
Sloan, Peter
March 29, 1920
 
 
 
Slonaker, Willard M.
 
May 28, 1915
 
June 28, 1989
 
Woodsfield
 
Slonaker, Wilma Lade Allen
            Chester, West Virginia - Wilma R. Lade Allen, 65, of Chester, West Virginia, died at 6 p.m. Saturday, (January 30, 1993) at Weirton Medical Center at Weirton, West Virginia.
            Mrs. Allen was born June 4, 1927, at Matamoras to Floyd and Nellie Flowers Slonaker. She was a Prostetant.
            She was preceded in death by her husband, Logan in 1975; one brother, Willard Slonaker; and one sister, Bette Williams.
            Mrs. Allen is survived by two sons, Terry and Ron Allen of Lisbon; four daughters, Mrs. Jack (Kay) Raneri of Lisbon, Mrs. Edward (Carol) Dieterich of Woodsfield, Mrs. K. James (Shelly) Anderson of Chester, West Virginia, and Mrs. Kenneth (Janet “Peach”) Welling of Chester, West Virginia; two brothers, Bill Slonaker of Akron and Paul Slonaker of Mtamoras; three sisters, Opal June Felton of Mtamoras, Mrs. Bill (Dot) Motz of Canton, and Mrs. Jim (Norma Jean) Bush of Matamoras; nine grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
            Reverend James Dumire of Chester First United Methodist Church will conduct provate graveside services at the convenience of the family at Columbiana County Memorial Park in east Liverpool.
            Memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association.
            The Arner Funeral Chapel in Chester is in charge of arrangements.
 
Smigill, Anthony
November 22, 1929
 
July 1985
 
Clarington
 
Smith, Aaron
 
January 22, 1885
 
Dec 1974
 
Graysville
 
Smith, Alexander
            Died: March 13, 1913
 
Smith, Alfred Elmo
SOURCE: The Daily Jeffersonian . . Cambridge, OH . . Jan 2002
            BARNESVILLE — Alfred Elmo Smith, 68, of Barnesville, died Tuesday (Jan. 29, 2002) at his home.
            He was born Nov. 29, 1933, in Temperanceville, son of the late Lawrence Edwin and Mary Ann (Pekarie) Smith.
            Mr. Smith was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church, VFW Post 2792, Batesville American Legion, Amvets of Derwent, Elks Lodge 1699, Loyal Order of Moose of Barnesville, and FOE of Woodsfield.
            He was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, having served in the Korean War. He was owner of Starrs Carryout and Grocery in Calais.
            He was preceded in death by his first wife, Una M. (Starr) Smith.
            He leaves his wife, Barbara (Powell) Leach Smith; three sons, Tyson (Anne) Smith of Calais, Terry (Sandy) Smith of Barnesville, and Tim (Chrissy) Smith of Middlebourne; a step-son, Darrell (Debbie) Leach of Summerfield; three step-daughters, Mrs. Junior (Darla) Wehr of Bethesda, Mrs. Jeff (Donna) Wray and Danielle Leach, both of Summerfield; two brothers, Edwin “Bonnie” Smith of Concord, Calif., and Lawrence “Sonny” Smith of Clarington; four sisters, Genevieve Gallagher, Charlotte Smith and Helen Smith, all of Barnesville, and Betty Allar of Cambridge; and 13 grandchildren.
            Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Campbell-Plumly-Milburn Funeral Home, Barnesville, where services will be 11 a.m. Friday with the Rev. William Pickenpaugh officiating. VFW Post 2792 will conduct services at 6:45 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.
            Burial will be in Calais Cemetery. Full military honors will be conducted by Belmont County Veterans Council.
            Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Guernsey, P.O. Box 1165, 9711 East Pike, Cambridge, OH 43725.
 
Smith, Alice
            Born: Sept. 16, 1906
 
Feb 1979. Residence: Woodsfield
 
Smith, Anna (Jones)
            Born: Mar 28, 1901
 
August 6, 1971
 
Sardis
 
Smith, Arthur
Mar 2, 1901
Aug 1985
Sycamore Valley
 
, 1908
Smith, Barbara (nee Christman)
               Barbara Christman Smith was born in Miltonsburg, Monroe County, Ohio, on the 14th day of February 1847, the daughter of George Jacob Christman and Eva ULLMAN, she being a member of a family of ten children, of which three sisters are still living, Mrs. Samuel (Magdalena Christman) Egger, Mrs. Jacob (Eva Christman) Schneider, and Mrs. John (Katherine Christman) Pfalzgraf who live in Monroe County, Ohio.
               She united with the German Evangelical Church at the age of 14, to which she proved a faithful member till . She led a consistent Christian life and was prepared to die.
               She was united in marriage to Philip Smith, March 28th, 1866, at the age of 19 years. To this union was born 11 children.
               They moved to Woodbury County, Iowa, March 1883, and lived here until about a week before her , when she took a trip to South Dakota and died at Fort Pierre, July 18, 1908, at the age of 61 years, 5 months, and 4 days. She leaves her husband, Philip Smith, six sons and five daughters: John W., Edward G., Benjamin, Harry, Wesley J., Clem, Mrs. Lewis G. (Lusetta Smith) Rose; Mrs. William (Matilda Smith) GRUBB, Mrs. Charles (Mary Smith) STRONG, Mrs. Jesse (Lucinda Smith) Smith; and Mrs. Charles (Clara Smith) LINK, and a host of friends to mourn her sad departure.
               The funeral service were held at Climbing Hill, last Monday, the Reverend Metcalf, assisted by the Reverend BRATZEL, officiating.
               All the family including Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rose, and Mr. and Mrs. William GRUBB of Nebraska, were present. The sympathy of the entire community is extended to the bereaved family in their loss of a good mother.
Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Thursday, August 6, 1908
Collection of Gertrude Christman Kahrig
 
 
Smith, Bazil
April 24, 1917
 
 
Smith, Bazil
Source:The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Wed., August 18, 1852
  Bazil Smith of Wayne township, Monroe County, Ohio, died 10th inst. after a short illness; in his 57th year; burial in Barber Ridge cemetery in Wayne township; born August 16, 1795, in Pennsylvania; spouse Mary HOWELL; married April 24, 1820; parents of 13 children.
 
 
Smith, Brady, I.
December 1, 1918
 
 
Smith, Cecil
Apr 13, 1898
November 1979
Beallsville
 
Smith, Charles
     On Saturday morning at 2 o'clock occurred the death of Mr. Charles Smith,local young man. Mr. Smith had charge of and had been driving H. C. Smith's horse, Melchoir S. and was at Canton, where the fatal accident took place, to enter the horse in the races that were taking place at The Canton Fair. It is known that Mr. Smith was addicted to heart failure, and at the time that he registered at The Arlington Hotel of Canton, complained of not feeling well. Saturday morning at two o'clock when he arose to go to the bath room, he was stricken with dizziness and while descending the steps fainted, and fell from the third to the second floor. Whether it was the accident or an attack of heart failure that caused his death is unknown.
     Mr. Smith was the son of Mr. Louis and Mrs. Mary Smith, the former having preceded his son to the great beyond about 19 years ago. He was born on the 9th day of December,1873, and death took place Saturday morning, September 29.  While still a boy, Mr. Smith was baptized into The Evangelistic Church. He leaves to mourn his early and sudden death, an aged mother, a sister and many relatives and a host of friends which fact was evidenced by the many floral offerings placed upon his grave. In the hour of such grief as this we realize the words of the old patriarch Samuel. "There is but a step between me and death." The past two weeks have been marked by sudden and startling accidents. On two occasions young men who had gone elsewhere to seek employment have been sent home to their dear ones in coffins. The future holds nothing for any of us to gather from. Life is uncertain, and only death is certain. The lessons of both these mournful occasions should teach us not to trust the uncertain future, but while we live we should consider those things which belong to our peace. May the bereaved ones think of their departed ones as one for whom Christ has died.
     The funeral services were conducted by Rev. A.H. Knipping of The Evangelical Church at ten o'clock, Tuesday morning and was largely attended. Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Thursday,  October 4, 1917
 
Smith, Charles
January 2, 1911
January 1972
Woodsfield
 
Smith, Cinda
January 4, 1904
January 1982
Woodsfield
 
Smith, Clayton C.
Aug 3, 1917
September 20, 1997
Beallsville
 
Smith, Cora I.
March 9, 1920
 
 
Smith, Delsie M.
 
November 28, 1905
 
January 21, 1989
 
Graysville
 
Smith, Donald E. Smith
 
July 30, 1920
 
January 17, 1993
 
Graysville
 
Smith, Donald L. Smith
 
 
 
Novemberember 12, 1917
 
 
 
Smith, Duane E. Smith
 
Apr 4, 1929
 
May 20, 2002
 
Beallsville
 
Smith, Eliza J. Smith
 
 
 
June 9, 1918
 
 
 
Smith, Elizabeth Smith
 
 
 
September 29, 1915
 
 
 
Smith, Ella M. Smith
 
 
 
April 12, 1917
 
Woodsfield
 
Smith, Ellie Smith
 
 
 
September 26, 1913
 
 
 
Smith, Erma M. Smith
 
Aug 20, 1914
 
November 9, 1991
 
Woodsfield
Smith, Ernest Otto
             Woodsfield -Ernest Otto Smith, 83, of Vaids, W. Va., formerly of Woodsfield, a retired Hope Natural Gas Company employe, died Monday morning in Weston, W. Va.
             Mr. Smith was born January. 30, 1892. He was a member of Moose Ridge United Methodist Church.
            Surviving are his widow, Mary Longden Smith; four daughters, Mrs. Arthur Agin and Mrs. Warren Drost both of Grand Rapids, Mich., Mrs. Helen Gainer of Charleston, W. Va., Mrs. Ronnie Rohr of Linnville, W. Va.; three sons, Raymond of Baltimore, Md., and Warren and Donald both of Grand Rapids, a sister, Mrs. Nora Pugh of Akron, 22 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren.
            Friends may call in Bauer-Turner Funeral Home in Woodsfield after 10 a.m. Wednesday. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in Oaklawn Cemetery in Woodsfield. Source: The Times Recorder, Zanesville, Ohio, Tuesday, December 23, 1975, p. 5A
Provided by Becky Graham Stephenson
 
Smith, Everett J.
            Born: January 13, 1893, died: Feb 15, 1968, residence:Beallsville, Ohio
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Smith, Everett
 
January 8, 1900
 
October 1975
 
Woodsfield
 
Smith, Everett Smith
 
September 17, 1878
 
October 1973
 
Jerusalem
 
Smith, Florence G. Smith
 
June 4, 1913
 
Dec 7, 1988
 
Woodsfield
 
Smith, Francis Smith
 
Dec 5, 1896
 
Jun 1981
 
Woodsfield
 
Smith, Frank Smith
 
April 13, 1887
 
May 26, 1969
 
Sardis
 
Smith, Fred L. Smith
 
 
 
June 27, 1913
 
 
 
Smith, Freda K. Smith
 
May 14, 1904
 
June 19, 1988
 
Woodsfield
 
Smith, Gary D. Smith
 
Feb 21, 1937
 
15 May 1999
 
Beallsville
 
Smith, Georgia M. Smith
 
 
 
April 11, 1914
 
 
 
Smith, Glen Smith
 
Aug 11, 1912
 
Apr 1981
 
Beallsville
 
Smith, Glesner Smith
 
 
 
February 22, 1915
 
 
 
Smith, Hannah J. Smith
 
 
 
July 7, 1919
 
 
 
Smith, Harry Smith
 
 
 
August 25, 1913
 
 
 
Smith, Harry Smith
 
July 20, 1895
 
June 1969
 
Woodsfield
 
Smith, Harry Smith
 
July 22, 1901
 
Feb 1968
 
Clarington
 
Smith, Harry Smith
 
July 29, 1891
 
November 1967
 
Beallsville
 
Smith, Hugh Smith
 
 
 
January 2, 1915
 
 
 
Smith, Isaac Smith
 
 
 
November 30, 1914
 
 
 
Smith, Jacob Smith
 
 
 
June 8, 1913
 
 
 
Smith, James C. Smith
 
 
 
January 3, 1922
 
 
 
Smith, John L. Smith
 
 
 
November 27, 1920
 
 
 
Smith, John
 
 
 
April 10, 1922
 
 
 
Smith, John
               John Smith, aged 54 years, died at the infirmary January 17, 1916, and was removed by his friends and buried at the Woodsfield cemetery, January 19, 1916. Cause of general debility. This leaves 16 inmates at that institution, 7 men, 6 of whom are 70 years old and past, and 9 women, 5 of whom are 70 and past.
Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio Thursday, January 27, 1916
 
Smith, Joshua T. Smith
 
 
 
January 27, 1919
 
 
 
Smith, Lester Smith
 
July 13, 1902
 
November 1973
 
Sardis
 
Smith, Lloyd P. Smith
 
June 12, 1909
 
Dec 28, 1996
 
Woodsfield
 
Smith, Lloyd
May 10, 1897
Mar 1967
Sardis
 
Smith, Lloyd Thomas
Source--Marietta Times      Marietta, Ohio
Published--April 9, 2005
BEALLSVILLE - Lloyd Thomas Smith, 78, of Beallsville, died Friday. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at the Bauer-Turner Funeral Home, Woodsfield. Calling hours are from 10 a.m. until the time of the services Monday.
 
Smith, Manerva
May 23, 1920
 
 
 
Smith, Martha
16 November 1912
June 1987
Sardis
 
Smith, Mary
Archer, Mr. Joseph and Miss Mary Smith 
            The marriage of Miss Mary Smith and Joseph Archer was solemnized on Monday morning January fourteenth, 1952 at nine o’clock in St. Paul’s Catholic Church at Greencastle, Indiana.
            The bride is the granddaughter of Elmer Lighter, of Gosport, Indiana and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. E. P. Archer, of Lewisville, Ohio.
            The Reverend Francis Kull officiated at the single ring ceremony before an altar decorated with vases of red Roses and lighted candles.
            The bride wore a smoke blue suit, with navy accessories and a corsage of White Roses.
            The attendants were Mrs. Kathleen Davis, of Crawfordsville, Indiana, cousin of the bride, and Maurie Carroll, friend of the bridegroom. Mr. Carroll and Mr. Archer were roommates during the war, when both were Air Force instructors at Paul Cox Field.
            Mrs. Davis wore a grey suit with black accessories and a corsage of pink Roses.
            Mrs. Archer is employed in the office of the Indiana Loan Company, at Greencastle, Indiana, and Mr. Archer is a 1928 graduate of Lewisville High School, Lewisville, Ohio and is the manager of Art Furniture Company, a branch of Barrett’s of Indianapolis, at Greencastle.
            Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was held at the Paulama Tea Room for the immediate parties, their relatives and friends from Greencastle, Indianapolis and Spencer.
            After a short wedding trip, the newly married couple will reside on South Indiana Street, in Greencastle, Indiana.
Source:The Monroe County Beacon, Woodsfield, Ohio, January 1952
Provided by Wilda Heft Bartenschlag
 
Smith, Mary Borner
Died: July 6, 1904. Source:The Monroe County records
 
Smith, Mary Smith [Source:The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, July 20, 1880]
  Mary Smith, the subject of this sketch, was born in what is now the state of West Virginia, near the city of Wheeling on the 9th day of July 1799, and is therefore eighty-one years of age. Her parents moved to the state of Ohio in 1793, and settled just below the mouth of Sunfish Creek. At this time there was but one house- - a log cabin, on the present site of the pleasant little village of Clarington. She labored as a servant girl in the city of Wheeling sixty-five years ago. This prosperous and thriving city was a very small village, containing only four dry goods stores within its limits. When she was young the County of Monroe, which has now so many pleasant little towns within its borders, was an almost unbroken wilderness infested with bears, wolves, and other wild animals. She remembers very distinctly the old block house of Wheeling that was built as a defense against the Indians. The early pioneers had may trials and difficulties to encounter which we, who are young, know nothing about. When we look around us it seems hard for us to realize that there are those among us who can recollect the time when this part of the pleasant State of Ohio was practically speaking, in a state of nature. Mother Smith was married to Basil Smith in 1820. They located themselves near the mouth of the Capatina about six miles above the village of Clarington, where they resided for several years. They came to this Richfork in Wayne township, Monroe County. Ohio almost a half century ago, when this part of the country was comparatively new. Here her husband died about twenty-eight years ago. She is the mother of thirteen children. Ten of whom are yet living. One hundred thirteen children have been born to call her grandmother, and 115 great grandchildren have beheld the light of day. Her descendants are as numerous, perhaps, as those of any other woman within the County. But the early pioneers of our land, those who cleared up this country and rendered it fit for the reception of a large population are fast passing away, and the day is not far distant when all those who endured the hardships and privations incident to a frontier life will have passed away and the story of their conflicts will have only in the molds and hearts of their descendants.     John W. Strickling
 
Smith, Mary E. Smith
d; December 16, 1914
 
 
 
Smith, Mary Smith
 
Feb 19, 1884
 
May 1979
 
Clarington
 
Smith, Matthew Grant
Source--Grisell Memorial Obituaries    Sardis, Ohio
Published--February 18, 2005
Smith, Matthew Grant, infant son of Greg and Sarah VanOss Smith of Sardis, Ohio died Wednesday, February 16 2005 in Wheeling Hospital Medical Park.
                                In addition to his parents, survivors include paternal grandparents, Bernard and Sharon Smith of Sardis, maternal grandparents, Jerry and Lauraine VanOss of Garrettsville, Ohio, paternal great-grandparents, Homer and Vera Smith of Sardis and Carl and Grace Grossenbacher of Sardis, and maternal great-grandparents, Sarah Reney and Lawrence Reney, both of Connecticut.
                                Family will receive friends on Saturday from 1-3pm at Grisell Funeral Home, 37234 Mound Sreet., Sardis. Graveside services and interment will be held at 3:30 p.m .at Mount Olive Cemetery, Sardis with Father  Jim VanOss officiating.
 
 
Smith, Melville C.
February 18, 1915
 
 
Smith, Mildred
July 7, 1928
Woodsfield
Jun 1985
 
Smith, Mina
Clarington
January 13, 1877
Mar 1973
 
 
Smith, Mary
Mary A. Smith, 83, of Graysville, died May 13, 2005. Visitation is Tuesday from 4 to 9 p.m. at the Watters Funeral Home, Woodsfield, where services will be Tuesday at 4 p.m.  Source: times Leader, Saturday, May 14, 2005
 
Smith, Nora J.
September 9, 1877
January 15, 1967
Beallsville
 
 
Smith, Paul L.
 
Apr 4, 1915
 
Feb 27, 1993
 
Woodsfield
 
Smith, Ricky Smith
 
January 10, 1957
 
Mar 1980
 
Woodsfield
 
Smith, Robert H. Smith
 
Apr 13, 1924
 
May 17, 1993
 
Sardis
 
Smith, Robert S. Smith
 
 
 
March 2, 1914
 
 
 
Smith, Robert Smith
 
18 Feb 1880
 
Aug 1967
 
Woodsfield
 
Smith, Rose Smith
 
Apr 3, 1896
 
October 1976
 
Woodsfield
 
 
1913
, 1913
Smith, Roseberry
               Roseberry Smith was born October 1852 and died January 11, 1913, of pneumonia. His wife, 6 daughters and one son survive. Two sons and one daughter died previously. Children are: Mrs. James TAGGART of Clarksburg, WV; Mrs. Charles BORTZ of Cambridge, Ohio; Janette, Ida, Catharine, George, and Harry Smith of Woodsfield Rt. 2. His burial was in Barber Ridge and was a member of Richfork Church of Christ.
Source:The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, OH January 23, 1913
 
Smith, Ruth I.
March 22, 1918
 
Smith, Ruth
September 11, 1903
Dec 1977
Woodsfield
 
Smith, Samuel W.
June 4, 1922
 
Smith, Sarah A.
December 16, 1921
 
Smith, Sarah G.
June 15, 1903
Mar 15, 1998
Beallsville
 
Smith, Shirley M.
September 12, 1929
May 1996
Hannibal
 
Smith, Stella
November 28, 1899
Aug 1978
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County records
 
Smith, Stephen A.
     Stephen A. Smith was born in Monroe County, Ohio, on June 11,1845. There were three sons and four daughters in his father's family. All have passed from this life except one sister, Mrs. Logue of Alantic, Illinois.
     At the age of eighteen, Mr. Smith enlisted in Company I, 12th Ohio Calvary, the exact date being October 25, 1863. He was discharged November 14, 1865, after little over two years service, at Nashville, tennessee.
     He was united in marriage to Miss Libbie A. Hawkins of Woodsfield,Ohio, on June 24,1869. To this union were born six children, four sons and two daughters, the latter dying in infancy. The sons are; Forest of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma ; Milton of South Omaha ;
Frank and Clyde of York. Mr. Smith had resided in York for about 25 years.
  (From a York (Oklahoma) Newspaper
    Mr. Smith will be remembered by many Woodsfield people. He was a plasterer by trade and was one of the workmen who plastered the court house recently burned. Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Thursday, July 19, 1917.
 
Smith, Stillborn
Died: March 1, 1913
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Smith, Susan
Died: October 13, 1921
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Smith, Virgil
Oct 2, 1914
September 1986
Beallsville
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Smith, W. E.
 
October 13, 1902
 
Dec 30, 1995
 
Lewisville
 
Smith, Waife Smith
 
October 19, 1895
 
Feb 1979
 
Woodsfield
 
Smith, Warner Smith
 
September 4, 1903
 
Aug 1985, residence: Woodsfield
 
Smith, Mr. William E. and Miss Eloise Ackerman X
            Using the single ring ceremony, William E. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Smith, of Eastern Avenue, and Miss Eloise Ackerman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Ackerman, of Woodsfield, were united in marriage, Saturday, May 6th, at 11:00 p.m., at the Evangelical parsonage. The Reverend R. W. Jungfer, Jr., performed the nuptial ceremony. Attendants were William F. Smith, of Marietta, Ohio and Mrs. R. W. Jungfer, Jr.
            Mr. Smith is a graduate of Woodsfield High School, class of ‘30 and is the proprietor of a cleaning and pressing business on South Main Street.
            The bride is a graduate of Woodsfield High School, class of ‘34 and is an attractive and talented young lady. They will make their home on Church Street. Many friends extend congratulations.
Source: The Monroe County Beacon, Woodsfield, Ohio, Thursday, May 11, 1939
 
 
Smith, William, Sr. [Source:The Spirit of Democracy Woodsfield, Ohio, Thurs. February 8, 1894]
  William Smith, Sr., died at his home in Summit township, Monroe County, Ohio on February 2, 1894, aged 92 years, 5 months and 11 days. His was caused from a stroke. He was a farmer. William, Sr., was born in Washington, Pennsylvania on August 22, 1801, and moved to Monroe County, Ohio in 1816. He is the son of Robert Smith who was born on Muddy Creek - three miles above Peach Bottom and Elizabeth Hanley Smith who was born in Armagh, Ireland. William, Sr., married Sarah Emmons, a native of Fayette County, Pennsylvania in 1827 and she died on September 4, 1890. Their children were Rachel A. Smith Wise; Hester Smith Cashner; Sarah Smith married Simon Rose and are deceased; Robert H. Smith and James Smith live in Polk County, Missouri; Margaret Smith married John Underwood and lives at Coates’ Station; Catherine Smith of the home; William and Lewis Smith live in Woodsfield. The burial was made in Buchanan cemetery.
 
 
Smith, William Smith
 
Center twp.
 
August 1923
 
Woodsfield
 
Smith, Zachariah Smith
 
 
 
December 22, 1914
 
 
 
Smithberger, Catherine Smithberger
 
 
 
February 8, 1925
 
 
 
Smithberger, Clemens Smithberger
 
Apr 22, 1889
 
January 1974
 
Woodsfield
 
Smithberger, D. Smithberger
 
November 8, 1984
 
September 1992
 
Woodsfield
 
Smithberger, Ellis H. Smithberger
 
June 9, 1924
 
October 4, 1999
 
Woodsfield
 
Smithberger, Harry E. Smithberger
 
Apr 29, 1923
 
May 2, 1989
 
Jerusalem
 
Smithberger, Henry Smithberger
 
July 13, 1884
 
Mar 1969
 
Lewisville
 
Smithberger, J. Smithberger
 
July 5, 1920
 
Mar 5, 1999
 
Woodsfield
 
Smithberger, Joseph Smithberger
 
 
 
October 15, 1916
 
 
Smithberger, Michael Kevin
Source-- Marietta Times . . . Marietta, Ohio
Published--October, 2002
            Amarillo, Texas - Michael Kevin Smithberger Jr., 18, of Amarillo died Monday, Oct. 21, 2002.
He was born April 13, 1984, in Jacksonville, Fla., to Michael and Robin Smithberger. He graduated from Amarillo High School May 31, 2002. He was awarded the Leachman English Award and the Navy College Fund Award. He was a candidate for a black belt in Tae Kwon Do, and was also employed at Clairemont. He was a lector and member of St. Mary's Life Teen and was an audio visual operator for Mass at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church.
He is survived by his parents of Amarillo; two sisters, Jessica and Felicia Smithberger of Amarillo; his grandparents, Edgar and Hazel Smithberger of Lower Salem Route, Judy Abacherli of Columbus, Bill Earl of Montana and Carl Bradley of Oregon; his great-grandmother, Ollie Schafer of Heartland Nursing Home in Devola; his great-grandfather, Stan Mitchell of California; his uncles and aunts, Raymond and Connie Smithberger of Graysville, James and Lynne Smithberger of Lower Salem Route and John Smithberger of County House Lane; several aunts and uncles in California; great-aunts and great-uncles, Mildred Handschumacher of Warner, Barney and Betty Smith of Newport, Bill and Blanche Schafer of Arizona and Faye Forshey of Caldwell; and several cousins in Ohio and California.
He was preceded in death by his great-grandparents, James Schafer and Alex and Leona Smithberger; his great-uncle and great-aunt, Leroy and Lucille Crum; and two great-uncles, Harry Handschumacher and Dean Forshey.
Prayer vigil services were held at 6 p.m. Oct. 23 at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church with Monsignor Joseph Tash officiating. Mass of Christian burial was held at 2 p.m. Oct. 24, with Monsignor Joseph Tash officiating. Burial was in Memory Gardens Cemetery by Schooler Funeral Home.
Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. Michael and Robin Smithberger and their daughter's address is 6100 Cornell St., Amarillo, Texas 79109.
 
 
Smithberger, Omer F.
 
June 26, 1906
 
June 1989, residence: Woodsfield
 
Smithberger, Ralph
Source:Marietta Times . . . Marietta, OH . . . October 2002
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
COLUMBUS - Ralph Smithberger, 84, of Columbus died Thursday (September 26, 2002).
            He was born November 8, 1917, in Bethel Township, Monroe County, to Clemens Paul and Elizabeth Theresa Arnold Smithberger. He graduated from Bethel Township High School in Monroe County in 1935, and attended Marietta Business College.
He enlisted July 2, 1941, in the U.S. Army Air Corps at Patterson Field in Dayton, and served for five years, including one year overseas during World War II in aerial combat as a second lieutenant and B-17 navigator in the U.S. 8th Air Force, 95th Bomb Group, 334 Squadron, Horsham, England. He was shot down by German FW-190s on his fifth bombing run to Leipzig, Germany, and crash landed on May 29, 1944, near Wittenberg, Germany. He was imprisoned for eight months in Stalag Luft III at Sagan, and in Stalag 7A at Moosburg and liberated by troops of the 3rd Army, 14th Armored Division, under the command of Gen. George S. Patton on April 29, 1945. He was aWarded the Purple Heart and European African Middle Eastern Campaign medals. He served in the Air Force Reserves from November 1945 to May 1949, and Ohio National Guard from May 1949 to May 1951, during the Korean War. He was featured in an article in The Columbus Dispatch on April 29, 1995.
            He was employed for 40 years with Franklin County Engineering Department, U.S. Veterans Administration and Farm Bureau Cooperative Association.
            He was a member of Our Lady of Victory Parish and recipient of the Columbus Diocese Catholic Bishop's AWard. He was co-author of "A History of the Smithberger Family in America, 1840-1982," and president of the annual Smithberger reunion for 18 years.
            He is survived by his former wife, Lucille Handley Smithberger of Columbus; three daughters, Karen (Daniel) Royer of Columbus, Mary Smithberger of Sacramento, Calif., and Rita (Thomas) Heiby of Upper Arlington; two sons, Joseph (Linda) Smithberger of Pickerington and Thomas (Januaryis) Smithberger of Falls Church, Va.; one brother, Paul Smithberger of Marion; 10 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
            He was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Harold Smithberger; one sister-in-law, Melba Blowers Smithberger; and one son-in-law, Donald Barringer.
            A funeral Mass was celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday at Our Lady of Victory Church. Burial was in Resurrection Cemetery in Columbus.
Egan-Ryan Funeral Home, 403 E. Broad St., Columbus, handled the arrangements.
 
Smithberger, Stillborn
Died: October 5, 1921
 
 
Smithberger, Virginia Mae, nee Miller
Virginia Mae Smithberger, nee Miller
Source: The Daily Jeffersonian, Cambridge, OH, December 23, 2000
    Virginia Mae Smithberger, 76, of Woodsfield, died Friday (Dec. 22, 2000) at home.
    She was born Jan. 20, 1924, in Stanleyville, Washington County, daughter of the late George H. Miller and Wava Virginia Zimmer Miller.
    She was a member of St. Sylvester Catholic Church, Woodsfield; former 4-H adviser and a member of the St. Sylvester Church Women’s Club.
    In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband of 55 years, Ellis Smithberger, who died Oct. 1999; and an infant daughter, Andrea Ellen Smithberger.
    She leaves two sons, Donald Smithberger of St. Clairsville and Delbert (Nancy) Smithberger of Woodsfield; two daughters, Mrs. David (Mary) Tubaugh of Columbus and Mrs. Jerry (Susan) Cunion of Woodsfield; four brothers, Bemon Miller and Lewis Miller, both of Marietta, Paul Miller of Parkersburg, W.Va. and Dale Miller of Colorado.; a sister, Irma Jean Poole of Marietta; seven grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.
    Friends and family may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home, Woodsfield. Mass of Christian Burial will be 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Sylvester Catholic Church with the Rev. Fr. David Gaydosik officiating. A vigil service will be 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
Burial will be in St. Sylvester Catholic Church Cemetery.
 
Smittle, Harry
 
 June 30, 1917
 
June 1987
 
Sardis
 
Smittle, Samantha Smittle
 
Mar 8, 1889
 
Mar 1978
 
Woodsfield
 
Smittle, William D. Smittle
 
 
 
February 1, 1916
 
 
 
Smittle, William Smittle
 
May 10, 1917
 
Aug 1985
 
Sardis
 
Snell, Alfred Snell
 
January 19, 1898
 
November 1974
 
Sardis
 
Snell, Nana Snell
 
May 31, 1901
 
Mar 1977
 
Woodsfield
 
Snell, Pearl Snell
 
Mar 28, 1897
 
May 1985
 
Sardis
 
Sniddle, Roy Sniddle
 
8 - - -
 
12 Jul 1878
 
Lee Twp.
 
Snider, William Marshal Snider
 
38-4-9
 
19 Jul 1888
 
Adams Twp.
 
Snyder, Daniel Snyder
 
Apr 5, 1905
 
Apr 1977
 
Woodsfield
 
Snyder, Eliza E. Snyder
 
 
 
June 18, 1922
 
 
 
Snyder. Gary
Source-- Times Recorder - Zanesville, Ohio 22
Published--June 22, 2004
            Gary L. Snyder, 57, of 102 Young Street, Woodsfield, died at 10:58 a.m. Sunday, June 20, 2004, at the Wetzel County Hospital, New Martinsville, West Virginia.
Born January 16, 1947, in Caldwell, he was retired from Laborers Union Local 639, Marietta, a Protestant by faith and a U.S. Army veteran of the Vietnam War.
Surviving are his mother, Dortha Hannum Snyder of Caldwell; his wife, Betty Haslam Snyder; a son, Todd Matthew Snyder of Melbourne, Fla.; a sister, Sandra Niswonger of Caldwell; three brothers, Charles Edward Snyder of Cambridge, Ton Snyder of Cambridge and Rick Snyder of Caldwell; and two grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Snyder Jr.
Calling hours will be held from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today, June 22, at the Watters Funeral Home, Woodsfield, where services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 23, 2004, with Pastor Dave Wells officiating. Burial will follow in Oaklawn Cemetery, Woodsfield.
 
Snyder, John F.
 
 
 
May 1, 1926
 
 
 
Snyder, John L.
 
 
 
April 30, 1920
 
 
 
Snyder, Oleta O.
 
 
 
August 1, 1925
 
 
 
Snyder, Ruby E. Snyder
 
 
 
February 25, 1920
 
 
 
Snyder, Wanita Snyder
 
Mar 30, 1907
 
Aug 1975
 
Lewisville
 
Sole, Alberta Sole
 
Dec 13, 1903
 
Apr 1978
 
Sardis
 
Soles, Christie Soles
 
 
 
March 17, 1913
 
 
 
Soles, Rebecca
February 23, 1917
 
Sorg, Catherine Dick
     Woodsfield-- Mrs. Joseph (Catherine) Dick , 66 , of Woodsfield 
     died early Saturday morning (April 29 ) in North Wheeling Hospital.
         She was born Feb. 26, 1901, daughter of Henry and Mary Sorg.
         Surviving are her husband, Joseph; three sons, Cletus of
     Woodsfield  Route 1 , Paul of Lewisville and Bernard of the home; a
     daughter, Thelma of Woodsfield ; seven grandchildren ; a brother,
     Ben Sorg of Caldwell  Route 1; and two sisters, Miss Margaret Sorg
     and Mrs. Oleta Crock of Caldwell , Route 1.
          Services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in The St. Sylvester's
     Catholic Church with Rev. Robert A. Brown officiating. Burial will be
     in the church cemetery.
          Friends may call at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home in Woodsfield
     today. A special Catholic service will be held at 7:30 p.m. today.
Source: Monroe County Beacon, 1967
 
Sothen, Vera Maxine
Source:The Winchester Star - Winchester, VA - 3 Dec 2003
            Vera Maxine Sothen, 61, of Capon Bridge, W.Va., died Sunday, November 30, 2003, in Martinsburg, W.Va.
            Mrs. Sothen was born August 29, 1942, in Alton, W.Va., the daughter of William and Mary Wilfong Sandy. She was a homemaker.
            She was married to Russell Verle Sothen.
            Surviving are six children, Russell Sothen and Rebecca Vickers, both of Winchester, Vera Sulser and Tonya Davy, both of Moorefield, W.Va., Kevin Sothen of Augusta, W.Va., and Robert Sothen of Fredericksburg; six brothers, Dorsey Sandy of Woodsfield, Ohio, Hoye Sandy of Ohio, Nelson Sandy, Ronald Sandy, and Jerry Sandy, all of Akron, Ohio, and Macil Sandy of Richwood, W.Va.; two sisters, Judy Hinchman of Buckhannon and Shirley Stewart of Ohio; and 11 grandchildren.
            A son, William Sothen, two brothers, Truman Sandy and Glen Sandy, and two sisters, Wilda Detamore and Wanda Carpenter, are deceased.
            A graveside service will be 3 p.m. Friday at Rock Springs Cemetery.
The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Tomblyn Whitescarver Funeral Home, Buckhannon.
 
 
South, William A. South
 
 
 
August 1, 1917
 
 
 
Spangler, Angles M. Spangler
 
 
 
May 11, 1925
 
 
 
Spangler, Carl Spangler
 
Apr 17, 1909
 
May 1978
 
Summerfield
 
Spangler, Clemens Spangler
October 11, 1918
Mr. Clem Spangler
Published---The Spirit of Democracy  Woodsfield, Ohio
Thursday  October 17, 1918
 
  Mr. Clem Spangler died at his home at Miltonsburg, October 11, 1918 from typhoid
fever. A wife and three children are left. Funeral services were held at St. John's Catholic Church, Monday of which church deceased was a devout member. Interment was made at Burkhart. He was a brother to Otto Spangler of Woodsfield.
 
 
 
Spangler, Ignatius
Died: October 2, 1918, residence: Burkhart
 
Spangler, John S.
Source:Daily Jeffersonian . . Cambridge, OH . . January 2002
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
            Woodsfield — John S. Spangler, 82, of the Ohio Veterans Home, Sandusky, formerly of Lewisville and Newbury, died Sunday (January 27, 2002) at the home.
            He was born June 8, 1919, in Lewisville, son of the late Theodore and Philomena (Kuhn) Spangler.
            Mr. Spangler was a retired electrician and a member of St. Helen Catholic Church, Newbury.
            He was a U.S. Army veteran, having served as corporal during World War II.
            He was preceded in death by his wife, Maria T. (Gruber) Spangler, on September 26, 1986; and three brothers, Carl Spangler, Lawrence Spangler and Roman Spangler.
            He leaves two sons, Joseph Spangler of Newbury and Christopher Spangler of Chardon; a brother, Herman Spangler of Canton; and three grandchildren.
            Friends may call from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Watters Funeral Home, Woodsfield.
            Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph Catholic Church near Lewisville, with the Rev. Father David Gaydosik serving as celebrant.
            Burial will follow in St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, near Lewisville
 
Spangler, Lawrence A. Spangler
 
October 20, 1911
 
Aug 18, 1995
 
Lewisville
 
Spangler, Mary M. Spangler
 
 
 
 April 6, 1927
 
 
Spangler- Hoeffler Wedding
Published--The Spirit of Democracy   Woodsfield, Ohio
Thursday---June 27, 1918
 
  Mr. Otto Spangler and Miss Agnes Hoeffler were united in the holy bonds of matrimony
Wednesday morning at Nuptial High Mass by Rev. Father Francis Seeber, pastor of The Catholic Church. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Louis Hoeffler and is a refined young lady
with many friends and the groom is the popular proprietor of the Columbia Hotel and is well and favorably known throughout Monroe County. Both bride and groom have the best
wishes for future prosperity and happiness of many friends.
  Mr. Ignatius Spangler, brother of the groom and Miss Albertine Hoeffler, sister of the bride, were the attendants. Mr. John Hoeffler, brother of the bride, gave the bride away.
  After the ceremony the invited guests, which consisted of a small party of immediate friends, repaired to the beautiful residence of Mrs. Ottilia F. Way, aunt of the bride, where a bountiful wedding breakfast was served.
  After partaking of the morning meal the happy couple left on a several weeks automobile trip.
 (typed by betty
 
Spangler, Otto Spangler
 
January 25, 1880
 
Apr 1971
 
Lewisville
 
Spangler, Philomena Spangler
 
Apr 19, 1878
 
July 1966
Lewisville
 
Spangler, Roman P.
Source:Marietta Times . . Marietta, OH . . January 2002 . . .
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
LEWISVILLE -                       Roman P. Spangler, 86, of 31476 Devoe Ridge Road died at 3:40 a.m. Sunday (January 20, 2002) at St. Joseph Hospice Center in Louisville, Ohio.
            He was born December 28, 1915, near Lewisville, Ohio (Burkhart), to Theodore and Philomena Kuhn Spangler. He was a retired farmer and a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church near Lewisville.
            He is survived by two brothers, Herman Spangler of Canton and John Spangler of Sandusky; one niece, Sister Mary Ann Spangler; and four nephews, Paul Spangler, Robert Spangler, Joseph Spangler and Christopher Spangler.
            He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Carl Spangler and Lawrence Spangler.
            Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph Catholic Church near Lewisville with Father David Gaydosik as celebrant. Burial is in St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery near Lewisville. Friends will be received from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Watters Funeral Home in Woodsfield. Vigil services are at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
 
Spangler, Stillborn
October 24, 1913
 
Sparkman, Larry Allen
Source--Marietta Times  Marietta, Ohio 
Published---August  2001
SUMMERFIELD --Sparkman, Larry Allen , 51, of 28072 Ohio 78, Summerfield, died Wednesday August, 8, 2001 at Marietta Memorial Hospital of injuries received in an automobile accident.
He was born October 9, 1949, in Crown Hill, West Virginia., to Paul E. Sparkman Sr. and Mary Mitchell Sparkman. He graduated from Scio High School in Scio, Ohio, in 1968. A disabled American veteran, he served in the United States Army during the Vietnam era. He was a Protestant by faith.
He is survived by his mother of Summerfield; three brothers, Paul E. Sparkman Jr. and his wife, Pam, of Woodsfield, Wayne Sparkman of Maineville and Timothy Sparkman and his wife, Mary, of Summerfield; two sisters, Jane Hines of Maineville and Cheryl Dalton and her husband, Victor, of Beallsville; and several nieces and nephews
He was preceded in death by his father.
Services are at 11 a.m. Monday at Watters Funeral Home in Woodsfield with Pastor Wayne Clark officiating. Burial is in Oaklawn Cemetery in Woodsfield with full military graveside services conducted by the Belmont Veterans Council. Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.
 
Sparks, Juanita Vaun Farnsworth
Source--Marietta Times      Marietta, Ohio
Published April 25, 2005
Sparks , Juanita Vaun Farnsworth , 73, of Harmar Street, died at 8:05 p.m. Saturday evening, April 23, 2005, in Marietta Memorial Hospital. She was born June 14, 1931, in
New Matamoras, a daughter of Thomas Dawson Dickson and Prudy Marie Hendershot Farnsworth. She had lived in New Matamoras before coming to Marietta. She had been employed at the Lafayette Hotel, Washington County Court House, White Glove Cleaners, Ramada Inn, the Women's Home, and the Econo Lodge. She enjoyed bingo, cards, shooting pool, dancing, and video games. She was a member of the Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Ladies of the Moose, the American Legion Auxiliary, and the Valley View Baptist Church. On August 17, 1950, she was married to Charles William Sparks Sr., who preceded her in death. She is survived by five sons, Charles William Sparks Jr. (Vickie), Larry Eugene Sparks (friend, Lori Wriston), Joseph Harry Sparks (Linda) of Marietta, Carleton West Sparks of the home, and Kenneth Leroy Sparks (Connie) of Orlando, Florida; three daughters, Helen Virginia Sparks Francis (George), Juanita Vaun Sparks Francis (companion, Earl Roy Williams Jr.), all of Marietta, and Alma Mae Sparks of the home. There are 22 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by one daughter, Gladys Marie Farnsworth; one son, Tommy Ervin Sparks; one daughter-in-law, Catherine Etta Morgan Sparks; one grandchild, Patsy Dawn Sparks; and one great-grandson, Aaron Thomas Brooker Jr. She was the last surviving member of a family of four brothers and four sisters. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the McClure-Schafer-Lankford Funeral Home with the Reverend Gale Lauderman officiating. Interment will be in East Lawn Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 p.m. today until the hour of the services.
 
 
Spear, Helen L.
May 25, 1922
Dec 26, 1997
Clarington
 
Spear, Homer
Mar 26, 1897
June 1969
Lewisville
 
Spear, Trixie
July 27, 1905
Apr 1987
Clarington
 
 
SPECHT, Mrs. Matilda
               Mrs. Matilda SPECHT of Clarington died February 9, 1916, after an illness of one day and night from pneumonia. Deceased was 75 years of age and an esteemed Christian lady.
Source:The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Thursday, February 17, 1916
 
 
Spence, Denver Spence
 
September 13, 1895
 
January 1981
 
Lewisville
 
Spence, Elizabeth Spence
 
 
 
October 22, 1934
 
 
 
Spence, Homer Spence
 
September 7, 1903
 
October 1968
 
Lewisville
 
Spence, James H. Spence
 
January 28, 1908
 
Feb 26, 1999
 
Lewisville
 
Spence, James R.
born: June 25, 1920, died: Feb 26, 2000, residence: Lewisville
 
Spence, Luella A.
Born: September 8, 1911, died: Mar 10, 1997, residence: Lewisville
 
Spence, Lyda Ackerman                 X
            Mrs. Lyda Ackerman, daughter of James and Elizabeth Spence, was born November 5, 1874, Monroe County, Ohio, and died Saturday night, February 1st 1947, in the Schmidt Clinic, in Robinson, Illinois, at the age of 72 years, two months and twenty-six days.
            Mrs. Ackerman had been a resident of Woodsfield until January 19 when she left to make her home with her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Lafferre in Robinson. She took seriously ill on the 22nd.
            On November 13, 1923, she was united in marriage with Charles Ackerman who preceded her in June 10, 1945.
            Surviving are the one daughter, Mrs. Lafferre, and one stepdaughter, Mrs. Louis R. Schumacher, of Woodsfield; seven grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Jennie Denbow, of Lewisville; two brothers, James Spence, of Lewisville, Ohio, and Charles Spence, of Ashland, Ohio; and several nieces and nephews.
            Funeral services were held at the Galbraith funeral home on Wednesday afternoon, at two o’clock, with the Reverend Walter Trogler, of St. Paul’s Evangelical and Reformed Church, officiating.
            Burial was made beside her husband in Oaklawn cemetery, Woodsfield.
Source: The Monroe County Beacon, Woodsfield, Ohio, Monday, February 10, 1947
 
Spence, Margaretta E. Spence
 
 November 29, 1918
 
July 22, 1995
 
Lewisville
 
Spence, Sylvia Spence
 
May 21, 1907
 
Feb 1977
 
Lewisville
 

1973

DEATH

Vernon Spence

 

     Vernon W. Spence, 63, of East Church Street, Woodsfield, a salesman for Knowlton Auto Dealership here, died at 7 p.m. Wednesday at his home of an apparent heart attack.

     He was  born October 15, 1910 in Monroe County.

     Mr. Spence was a member of Woodsfield Church of Christ.

     Survivors are his widow, Lucille Yerian Spence, three brothers, Denver, of Woodsfield, Harold of Lewisville and Floyd of Lowell; a sister, Mrs. Audrey Bates of Crooksville.

     Friends may call at Bauer and Turner Funeral Home here where services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday. Burial will be Oaklawn Cemetery here.

 

 
Spence, Miss Virginia and Billy r. Ashley   X        
            Mr. and Mrs. Homer Spence, of Lewisville, Ohio are announcing the marriage of their only daughter, Virginia, to Sergeant Billy R. Ashley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ashley, of Belpre, Ohio.
            The Reverend Clarence E. Nesbith officiated at the ceremony in Wickline Methodist Church in Midwest City, Oklahoma, on Saturday evening October 14, 1950 at eight o’clock.
            Mrs. Ashley is a graduate of Lewisville high school, class of 1949. Sergeant Ashley is a graduate of Belpre high school. He spent three years with the U. S. Army Air Corps, and is now stationed at Tinker Air Field Base in Oklahoma. He is a member of the Army Reserve.
            The newlyweds are living at Apartment C., 311 E. Boeing Drive, Midwest City, Oklahoma.  Source: The Monroe County Beacon, October 1950
Provided by Wilda Heft Bartenschlag
 
Spicer, Mildred Spicer
 
Mar 28, 1914
 
October 1998
Woodsfield
 
Spinten, John Spinten
 
 
 
January 28, 1916
 
 
 
Sprague, Sallie Sprague
 
 
 
February 15, 1917
 
 
 
Spring, Samuel Spring
 
 
 
August 29, 1916
 
 
 
Srodes, Elizabeth Srodes
 
Dec 18, 1886
 
May 1979
 
Woodsfield
 
Srodes, John Srodes
 
Apr 26, 1897
 
May 1970
 
Woodsfield
 
St. John, Emma John
 
 July 12, 1906
 
Dec 1996
 
Clarington
 
St. John, Forrest C. St. John
 
 
 
November. 4, 1913
 
 
 
Stackpole, Bessie Stackpole
 
November 17, 1903
 
May 1974
 
Clarington
 
Stacy, Hester Stacy
Died: May 9, 1914
 
 
 
Stacy, Maggie J. Stacy
 
 
 
August 3, 1917
 
 
 
Staib, Emmanuel Staib
 
January 30, 1882
 
January 1969
 
Clarington
 
Stalder, Caroline Stalder
 
Dec 2, 1885
 
Aug 1978
 
Sardis
 
Stalder, EdWard Stalder
 
Aug 28, 1885
 
Mar 1972
 
Hannibal
 
 
Stalder, Gladys M. (Wohnhas)
(February 26, 1916 - July 7, 2004)
Gladys M. (Wohnhas) Stalder, 88 of N. Third St., Martins Ferry, OH died Wed., July 7, 2004 at Belmont Community Hospital, Bellaire, OH. She was born February 26, 1916 in Monroe County a daughter of the late John and Nettie Baker Wohnhas.
She was a member of the First Christian Church, Martins Ferry, OH.
In addition to her parents she was preceded in by her husband Homer F. Stalder, three brothers Harry, Bernard and Albert Wohnhas, and three sisters Edna Tomi, Jocelyn Eden and Almeda Bayes.
Surviving are two daughters Glenda (Jeff) Fedak and Freda Green both of St. Clairsville, OH, four grandchildren Lisa Hoffman of Columbus, Lori Thacker of Zanesville, Jeff Fedak, Jr. of S. Carolina and Sara Fedak of St. Clairsville and five great grandchildren.
Friends will be received Fri 2-4 & 6-8 PM at the Heslop Funeral Home, Walnut at Fifth, Martins Ferry, OH where services will be held Sat., July 10, 2004 at 10:00 AM with Minister Rod Kasler officiating. Entombment follows in Holly Memorial Gardens, Pleasant Grove, OH.
 
Stalder, Ida C.
Born: November 5, 1887, Died: January 8, 1997, residence: Hannibal
 
 
 
Stalder, Jaco
 
July 27, 1888
 
Apr 1967
 
Sardis
 
Stalder, Jesse
 
Dec 16, 1883
 
September 1973
 
Hannibal
 
Stalder, Oma L.
 
Mar 2, 1890
 
May 28, 1995
 
Sardis
 
Stalder, Robert W.
 
 Feb 11, 1923
 
Mar 11, 2002, residence: Sardis
 
Stallings, Edmund Taylor
            Edmund Taylor Stallings, son of David and Emily McVay Stallings, was born Feb 20, 1869, and died June 18, 1944, following a long illness being at the time of his death, 75 years, three months and twenty-nine days old. At an early age he united with the Union Chapel Methodist Church. On April 27, 1895 he was united in marriage to Hattie Stephen and to this union was born one daughter, Grace. Hattie preceded him in death forty-three years ago. On Nov 26, 1908 he was united in marriage to Rosa L. Christman and to this union were born four children. He leaves to mourn his sad departure, his wife Rosa and daughters, Grace Keylor of Bucyrus, Edith Bishop, Lewisville, Oneda Starr of Caldwell, Lula McDonald of the home, and one son Ervin Edmund in the arm forces, Great Lakes, IL. There are five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. There are three brothers, Grover and Clyde of Salesville, Linza of Lewisville and two sisters, Mrs. Lena Miracle of Salesville and Mrs. Verna Hughes of Minerva, OH. Two sisters and one brother preceded him in death. He was a kind and loving husband and father and will be sadly missed by all who knew him. The Times Recorder, 27 Jun 1944
 
 
Standifier, Wanda L. Clegg
Source:Marietta Times . . . Marietta, OH . . . Sept 2002
            Woodsfield - Wanda L. Clegg Standifer, 86, of Ohio 536, Woodsfield, died Monday (September 23, 2002) at the Ohio Valley Medical Center in Wheeling, W.Va.
            She was born September 8, 1916, in Monroe County to Lawrence Ollom and Gertrude Bandi Ollom. She was a member of Chapel Hill United Methodist Church.
            She is survived by one daughter, Karen McKelvey and her husband, Kenneth, of Woodsfield; two sisters, Verla Lude of Woodsfield and Inez McClellan of Woodsfield; two grandchildren, Brenda Roberts and her husband, Jim, of Woodsfield and Mike McKelvey of Woodsfield; two great-grandchildren, Justin and Chelsie Roberts; and two nephews, Gary McClellan and her husband, Cindy, of Woodsfield and Jerry McClellan of Woodsfield.
            She was preceded in death by her first husband, Bernard Clegg, in 1958; her second husband, Cecil Standifer, in 1987.
            Services are at 1 p.m. Friday at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home in Woodsfield with the Rev. James Porter and Paul Eddy officiating. Burial is in Oaklawn Cemetery in Woodsfield. Friends will be received from 4 to 9 p.m. Thursday and from 10 a.m. until the time of service Friday at the funeral home.
 
Standt, Madgalena Standt
 
 
 
August 13, 1915
 
 
 
Stanford, Walter Stanford
 
Mar 27, 1886
 
September 1966
 
Sardis
 
Stanley, Arthur Stanley
 
May 30, 1917
 
Apr 1987
 
Jerusalem
 
Stanley, C. R. Stanley
 
Feb 18, 1906
 
Apr 1978
 
Woodsfield
 
Starkey, Charles Starkey
 
Mar 25, 1942
 
June 1982
 
Woodsfield
 
Starkey, Charlotte Starkey
 
July 29, 1904
 
Dec 1985
 
Beallsville
 
Starkey, Ruby E. Starkey
July 26, 1915
 
Starkey, Warren Russell
Source:Crossville Chronicle - 1997
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
            Funeral services for Warren Russel Starkey, 74, of White Oak Circle, Crossville, who passed away May 24, 1997, were held May 27 at Liberty Baptist Church, with burial in Green Acres Memory Gardens.
He was born August 4, 1922, in Woodsfield, Ohio, the son of Russel and Elizabeth Millbough Starkey. Mr. Starkey was a truck driver for Grimeyers Gateway Transit, and a member of Liberty Baptist Church. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II.
            Survivors include his wife, Mildred Starkey of Crossville; daughter, Janet L. Olson of Crossville; seven grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; sisters Margaret Dalyrmple, Carol Alloway and Wilma Jean Cline, all of Woodsfield, Ohio, and Alverna Campbell of Acworth, Ga.; and brothers Charles Brown of Olathe, Kan., Kenneth Brown of Creston, Ohio, and Cecil Brown of Woodsfield, Ohio.
            He was preceded in death by his father, Russel Starkey; mother, Elizabeth Brown; step-father, Clyde Brown; sister, Bernice Brown; and brothers Chester and Roy Brown.
            Pallbearers were Phillip Coudriet, PHill Coudriet, Mark Coudriet, January Olson III, Tracy Graham and John K. Hines Jr.
            The Rev. Billy Smith officiated.
            Bilbrey Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
 
 
 
Starr, Clara Starr
 
Aug 18, 1883
 
September 1971
 
Woodsfield
 
Starr, Delvin K. Starr
 
 
 
September 2, 1913
 
 
 
Starr, Emma L.
Died: July 6, 1920
 
 
 
Starr, Everett

Barnesville-Everett L. Starr, 75, Woodsfield R.D. 3, Woodsfield, died Thursday (Oct. 8, 1987) at Good Samaritan Hospital in Zanesville.

     He was born June 4, 1912, in Calais, son of Charles and Civilla Stephen Starr.  He was a retired farmer and a member of St. Mary’s Church, Temperanceville.

     He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Gallagher, in 1983, and three brothers.

     He leaves one son, Charles Starr of Columbus; three daughters, Mrs. Virgil (Alice) Rush of Quaker City, Mrs. Robert (Sallie) O’Dell and Mrs. Tom (Connie) Kesler of Reynoldsburg; a brother, Henry of Quaker City; a sister, Ella Mae Flood of Summerfield; 10 grandchildren; and a great-grandson.

     Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Campbell-Plumly Funeral Home in Barnesville.  Mass of Christian burial will be Monday at 10 a.m. in St. Mary’s Church with Rev. F. Charles Mascolino officiating. Burial in St. Mary’s Cemetery in Temperanceville. Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.

 
Starr, Florence Gertrude (nee Betts)
Source:Newspaper clipping dated, March 1995
provided by Mary Eva Betts Christman
 Florence Gertrude Starr, age 78, of Quaker City, Ohio, died Sunday March 5, 1995 at her residence. She was born April 7, 1916, the daughter of the late Theodore and Saloma (Sally) Christman Betts.
 Retired Lab Technician with 28 years at the Barnesville Hospital, Barnesville, Ohio. Attended Fairview Church of Christ, Fairview, Ohio. Preceded in death by husband Rodney F. Starr, February 8,1978; son Mark Starr, September 18, 1977; and brothers Benjamin Betts, 1929, and Earl Betts, March 9, 1992.  Survived by sons, Franklin Starr of Bryan, Ohio, Roger Starr of Cambridge, Ohio, Neil Starr of Columbus, Ohio and David Starr of Casper, Wyoming; brother Robert Betts of Quaker City, Ohio; sisters, Mrs. Josephine Leach and Mrs. Wanetta Neuhart, both of Barnesville, Ohio; 8 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren.
 Friends may call Wednesday March 8, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the  Thorn-Eberle Funeral Home, Quaker City, Ohio, where funeral services will be held Thursday, March 9, at 1 p.m. with clergyman Evangelist Warren Lallathin officiating. Burial at Friends Cemetery, Quaker City, Ohio.
 
Starr, Helen L. Starr
 
 
 
August 17, 1916
 
 
 
Starr, Irvin Starr
 
 
 
January 8, 1918
 
Calais
 
Starr, John W. Starr
died: September 29, 1914
 
 
Starr, Lynette Ann
  Sergeant and Mrs. Roger L. Starr, of Rome, New York, announce the arrival of a daughter, Lynette Ann, on February 7, 1968, who weighed five pounds and six ounces. Mrs.
Starr is the former Miss Myrna Ault, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Ault, of Cameron, Ohio.
The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starr, of Woodsfield, Route 4. The great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Norris and Mrs. Clara Starr, of Woodsfield.
 
Starr, Gallagher, Mary

Mary Starr, nee Gallagher

    Mary E. Starr, 64, a resident of Route 3, Woodsfield, died June 11, in Mt. Carmel East Hospital, Columbus.  She was born Nov. 12, 1918 at Eldon, OH, a daughter of the late George and Sallie Goodhart Gallagher.

     She was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Temperanceville and the Catholic Women’s Club.

     She was preceded in death by a brother and her step-mother.

     Surviving are her husband, Everett Starr; three daughters, Mrs. Virgil (Alice) Rush of route 1, Quaker City, Mrs. Robert (Sallie) O’Dell and Mrs. Tom (Connie) Kessler, both of Reynoldsburg; a son, Charles of Reynoldsburg; three sisters, Mrs. Walter (Pearl) Reischman of Barnesville, Mrs. Paul (Leola) Brown of Newark, and Mrs. Thomas (Martha) Terry Jr. of Reynoldsburg; two brothers, Joseph Gallagher of Malaga and Gerard Gallagher of Lore City; 10 grandchildren.

     Friends were received at the Campbell-Plumly Funeral Home, Barnesville.  Mass of Christian Burial was Monday in St. Mary’s Catholic Church, with the Rev. Joseph Massucci the celebrant.  Burial in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Temperanceville.

 
Starr, Roy I.
 
July 10, 1920
 
May 3, 1989
 
Woodsfield
 
Starr, Walter Starr
 
 
 
Oct. 21, 1934
 
 
Elmer H. Stauch
Published---May 1964
 
  Elmer H. Stauch, 75, of Detroit, Michigan, a native of Lewisville, died Thursday morning, May 7, 1964, in Veterans Hospital at Dearborn, Michigan. He had been ill for several months.
  Mr. Stauch, who had resided in Michigan several years, was the son of the late Jacob and Mary Matz Stauch. He was a World War 1 veteran.
  Surviving are a sister, Miss Esther Stauch, of Columbus; three brothers, Grover Stauch and Louis Stauch, of Lewisville, and Everett Stauch, of Niles Michigan, and several neices and nephews.
  Private services were held in The Bauer and Turner Funeral Chapel, Woodsfield, on Sunday afternoon at two o'clock, with Minister J.V.A. Traylor officiating. Burial was in Friendship Cemetery at Lewisville, Ohio.
Provided by Lena Kahrig Pettit typed by betty lendon matson
 
Stauch, Grover Stauch
 
September 12, 1884
 
January 1970
 
Lewisville
 
Stauch, Jacob Stauch
 
 
 
March 1, 1924
 
Lewisville
 
Stauffer, Amelia Stauffer
 
Aug 23, 1886
 
May 1972
 
Clarington
 
Stauffer, Charles Stauffer
 
Mar 27, 1908
 
Aug 1983
 
Cameron
 
Stauffer, Eunice L. Stauffer
 
Aug 20, 1894
 
Mar 2, 1994
 
Clarington
 
Stauffer, Ida A. Stauffer
 
 
 
December 22, 1916
 
 
 
Stauffer, Mary Stauffer
 
 
 
November 29, 1915
 
 
 
Steed, Carlos H. Steed
 
Aug 6, 1907
 
September 29, 1993
 
Jerusalem
 
Steed, Cecil T. Steed
 
 
 
December 3, 1923
 
 
 
Steed, Celesta J. Steed
 
 
 
October 30, 1923
 
 
 
Steed, Ethel
 
Apr 13, 1892
 
January 1975
 
Woodsfield
 
Steed, George
George Steed: The remains of George Steed, Shadyside, formerly of Woodsfield, were brought to the Oak Lawn Cemetery Wednesday afternoon where the casket was opened and short services held. The deceased passed away very suddenly Sunday morning, death was attributed to a heart attack. He is survived by his wife and eight children, two sisters, Mrs. Adda Madison and Mrs. Margaret Steed, Woodsfield, besides a number of other relatives. Mr. Steed was born and reared in Woodsfield, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Steed. For a number of years he was employed by the Co-operative Transit Company of the Ohio Valley. A member of the Christian Church. Burial was made in the Oak Lawn Cemetery. Times Recorder, 16 Jun 1944.
 
 
Steed, Harry
 
Feb 14, 1901
 
January 1969
 
Woodsfield
 
Steed, Hilda W. Steed
 
Aug 4, 1908
 
July 23, 1988
 
Jerusalem
 
Steed, Hilma A. Steed
 
 
 
August 9, 1921
 
 
 
Steed, James L. Steed
 
 
 
August 24, 1918
 
 
 
 Steed, Lenza L.
Source--News Clipping
Published--1953
The death of Lenza L. Steed, 51, occurred at his home on South Lincoln Avenue, Barnesville, late Monday afternoon, March 23rd, following an illness. He was a former Somerton district resident and had operated a truck in Barnesville for the past few years.
                                Mr. Steed was born October 28, 1901, in Monroe County, a son of Thomas and Christena Steed, Surviving is one sister, Mrs. Amelia Bartenschlag, of Lewisville, Route 2.
                                Funeral services were held at the Campbell Funeral Home in Barnesville on Thursday afternoon at three o'clock, with Evangelist James W. Gallagher, of the East Main Street Church of Christ, officiating. Interment was in Crestview Cemetery.
 
Steed, Mary A.
Died: October 7, 1926
 
Steed, Ola Egger

     Woodsfield-Services were expected to be today at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home, Woodsfield, for Ola Egger, 91, of Woodsfield R.D. 3, who died Friday (July 13, 1984) at the Woodsfield Health Care Center.

     Minister Amos Orrison was expected to officiate the 1 p.m. service.  Burial was to be in Miltonsburg Cemetery, Woodsfield.

     Mrs. Egger was born April 12, 1893 in Monroe County, a daughter of the late Henry and Rebecca Dalrymple Steed.  A member of the Woodsfield Church of Christ, she was preceded in death by her husband, Albert Egger, who died in 1935.

     She leaves a son, Paul Egger of Woodsfield; a daughter, Mrs. Wilda Turner of Moundsville, W. Va.; and two grandchildren. Source: July 16, 1984

The Daily Jeffersonian, Cambridge, Ohio

 
Steed, Robert D.
 Robert D. Steed, 72, of Naples, Florida died May 22, 1998. Born in Barnesville, he had been a resident of Naples since 1982.
   He honorably served in the U. S. Army during World War II.
   Surviving are his wife, Thelma Bintz Steed of Naples, to whom he was married for 52 years; four sons, James and Randy Steed of Naples, Robert Steed, Jr. of Colo, Iowa and Barry Steed of Cambridge; two daughters, Connie Farrington and Michelle Steed of Naples; 15 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
   Memorial contributions may be made in memory of Robert Steed to the American Diabetes Association, 1102 North lake Destiny Road, Suite 415, Maitland, Florida 32751.
 
Steed, S. Steed
 
 
 
August 4, 1925
 
 
 
Steed, William A.
 
 
 
October 6, 1923
 
 
 
Steele, Christian Steele
 
 
 
February 10, 1920
 
 
 
Steele, Floyd Steele
 
 
 
October 29, 1922
 
 
 
Steele, Harold Steele
 
March 3, 1905
 
May 1980
 
Hannibal
 
Steele, Lorena Ackerman    X
            Lorena Ackerman, 92, resident of the Wesley Glen Nursing Home for the last 4 years, passed away on Saturday, November 11, 2000, at the nursing home.
            She was born on December 16, 1907, in Senecaville, daughter of the late Charles and Suzanna (Rogers) Steele.
            In addition to her parents, she is preceded in by her husband Frank Ackerman and also by 4 sisters. She is survived by a son, David Ackerman of Maineville; daughter, Carol Parker of Columbus; 5 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren.
            No calling hours will be observed. Graveside service will be held on Tuesday, November 14, 2000, at 11 a.m. at the Senecaville Cemetery, Senecaville, Ohio.
            A memorial service will be held in Columbus, Ohio at a later date. Meek-Black Funeral Home, Senecaville, is handling arrangements.
Source: The Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, November 14, 2000
 
Steele, Vina M.
Born: October 28, 1912, died: September 15, 1998, residence: Woodsfield
 
Steen, Charles
Born: January 8, 1885, died: May 1975, residence: Woodsfield
 
Steen, Hattie
Died: May 13, 1913
 
Steenrod, Mrs. Hannah
               Mrs. Hannah Steenrod, aged 79 years, relict of David Steenrod formerly of Clarington, Ohio, died at the home of her nephew, Mr. James Davis at Shadyside February 22, 1916.
Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Thurday., March 2, 1916
 
Stegner, Barbara
Died: November 19, 1914
 
Marriage
STEGNER, Mr. Charles W. and Miss Clara LANDELFELD
Source:The Spirit of Democracy
Woodsfield, Ohio, Thurs., June 22, 1916
Collection of Gertrude Christman Kahrig
               Miss Clara LANDELFELD, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August LANDEFELD, whose home is near Miltonsburg, Ohio and Mr. Charles W. STEGNER, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. STEGNER of Columbus, Ohio former well known citizens of Monroe County, were united in marriage Wednesday, June 14, 1916, at the home of the groom’s sister, Mrs. E. G. CUNNINGHAM of South Paul Street, in the presence of a few immediate relatives. The Reverend E. N. KRAFFT of Lewisville officiated, using the beautiful ritual service of the Evangelical Church. After the ceremony and congratulations Mrs. Cunningham served an excellent three course wedding dinner. Later in the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. STEGNER were taken to the home of his bride’s parents where they were entertained in the evening. Both are members of two of Monroe County’s best families and in themselves are well worthy of the confidence and esteem in which they are held by their friends in their home communities. They will be at home at their friends in Columbus after June 25th at 74 North Ohio Avenue, as they expect to make that city their home. Mr. STEGNER has a good position with a hardware firm and his experience and efficiency will insure his making good with the people by whom he is employed.
 
 
 
Stegner, Charles Stegner
 
November 1, 1889
 
October 1972
 
Woodsfield
 
Stegner, Clara Stegner
 
Aug 22, 1894
 
Apr 1984
Woodsfield
 
MARRIAGE, 1909
STEGNER, Mr. Clemence J.
HoffMEISTER, Miss Bessie M.
               Clemence J. STEGNER and energetic and ambitious young oil man of Lewisville, Ohio and Miss Bessie M. HoffMEISTER, an estimable young lady of Miltonsburg, Ohio were married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Nalley of South Paul Street, Woodsfield, Ohio on Wednesday evening, June 9, 1909. Reverend A. A. Muller performed the ceremony.
               After a trip to Niagara Falls and other Eastern points of interest the young couple will go to housekeeping at Lewisville. They have the best wishes of many friends including the Courier.
Source: newspaper clipping, 1909
Collection of Wilda Heft Bartenschlag
 
Stegner, Ethel L.
            Woodsfield - Ethel L. Stegner, 83, of North Paul Street died Wednesday (October. 6, 2004) at the Monroe County Care Center after a long illness at home.
She was born Dec. 8, 1920, in Wheeling, W.Va., a daughter of the late Ward Hamilton and Merl Hawkins Hamilton.
Mrs. Stegner was a homemaker and a member of the St. Paul's United Church of Christ at Woodsfield.
She is survived by one son, David Stegner of Houston, Texas; three daughters, Joan Heyman of Wilbraham, Mass., Janet Stegner of Rialto, Calif., and Jill Smiley of Santa Marie, Calif.; one brother, Charles Hamilton of Lewisville, Ohio; and five grandchildren, Jennifer and Joshua Heyman, Justin Greenberg and Paige and Chase Smiley.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold Stegner; one brother, Art Hamilton; and one sister, Virginia Hamilton Waterhouse.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday (October. 15, 2004) at St. Paul's United Church of Christ in Woodsfield with the Rev. Cliff Garris officiating. Interment is in Oaklawn Cemetery in Woodsfield. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday (October. 14, 2004) at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home, 100 S. Paul St., Woodsfield.
Memorial contributions may be made to Home Nursing Service and Hospice, 210 N. Seventh St., Suite 300, Marietta, Ohio 45750. Source: Marietta Times, Monday, October 11, 2004
 
Stegner, George 
 January 24, 1898
Apr 1970
Woodsfield
 
Stegner, John Stegner
October 21, 1937
 
Stegner, Louis Stegner
October 18, 1905
Dec 1980
Woodsfield
 
Stegner, Ray E. Stegner
 
Mar 2, 1923
 
Feb 6, 1997
 
Woodsfield
 
Steiding, Norma Steiding
 
July 12, 1882
 
Feb 15, 1968
 
Beallsville
 
Steiger, Herman F. Steiger
 
 
 
April 16, 1921
 
 
 
Steiger, Mary R. Steiger
 
 
 
April 21, 1934
 
 
 
Steiger, Mary Steiger
 
 
 
November 9, 1913
 
Steiger, Rosa
1917
STEIGER, Rosina “Rosa”
Source:"Clarington Independent"
            Mrs. Rosa Steiger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Krebs, was born September 29, 1843, in Switzerland Township, Monroe County, Ohio, and lived in that vicinity all her life. In early life she became a member of the German Baptist Church and lived a devout christian life until she passed to her reWard March 9, 1917. On December 28, 1862, she was united in marriage to John U. Steiger, who preceeded her in death May 14, 1906. She leaves to mourn her loss nine children, twenty grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The funeral sevices were held at the house at 1p.m. March 12, 1917, conducted by Rev. Joe Ingold of Sardis and assisted by Rev. Fred Thomas, of near New Martinsville, W.Va. Interment in the home burying ground.
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
 
Steiger, Rosina
 
 
 
March 9, 1917
 
 
 
SteinHoff, Harry E. SteinHoff
 
Aug 2, 1929
 
July 31, 2002
 
Graysville
 
Stellars, Inez Stellars
 
Aug 17, 1910
 
November 1992
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County records
 
Stellers, Ida
Born: Apr 13, 1896, died: September 15, 1972, residence: Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County records
 
Stephen, Alberta Mae and Walter J. Ackerman    X
             Miss Alberta Stephen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stephen, of Woodsfield, Route 3, became the bride of Mr. Walter J. Ackerman, son of Mr. Benjamin Ackerman, of Lewisville, on Saturday morning November ninth, at nine o'clock. The wedding took place in St. John's Church of Miltonsburg at a Nuptial High Mass, with Rev. Noah E. Brunner officiating.
             Miss Dorothy Stephen, of Columbus, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor and Mr. Francis Weisend, of Lewisville, a close friend of the groom, served as best man.
             The bride chose a floor length gown of White satin with a net overskirt, fashioned with a sweetheart neckline, fitted bodice and three quarter length sleeves. Her fingertip veil was held in place with a coronet of seed pearls. She carried a pearl rosary, a gift of the groom, and wore a corsage of White carnations and red Roses.
             The maid of honor wore a blue satin floor-length gown with a net overskirt and her corsage was of White carnations and Roses. She wore matching flowers in her hair.
            The groom wore a teal blue suit and the best man a navy blue. Each had a White carnation in his lapel.
            A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Carpenter. Guests present were Rev. Noah Brunner, of Miltonsburg; Mr. and Mrs. George Ackerman and son Wayne, of Parkersburg, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller and family, Mrs. Elizabeth Poulton, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Winland and daughter Joyce, of Barnesville; John Ackerman, Benjamin Ackerman and Francis Weisend, of Lewisville; Dorothy Stephen of Columbus; Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stephen and family, Woodsfield, Route 3; the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Carpenter; and the honored guests, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ackerman. In the evening a reception was held in the Miltonsburg Parish Hall.
Source: The Monroe County Beacon, November 21, 1946
 
2003
DEATH
Source: The Journal Leader, Caldwell, OH, dated Monday, November 3, 2003
Dale Alex Stephen, 7l, Quaker City, Ohio, died Oct 28, 2003
in James Clinic  Columbus.  He was born Marh l3. l932, in
Monroe County, a son of the late Alex and Emma Gallagher
Stephen.
He was a heavy equipment operator, and also road
construction.  He retired from Hi-Way Paving, was a member
of Operating Engineers Local #18.  He graduated in 1950
at Somerton High School and he enjoyed farming.  He was
a US Army veteran, having served during the Korean
Conflict and was active in the Army Reserves until l960.
He leaves his wife, Shirley Christman Stephen, whom
he married Oct 13, l956, two sons, Kevin and his wife
Shila Stephen, of Carlisle, Ohio, Jason and his wife
Jennifer Stephen, of Cincinnati, Ohio,  three daughters,
Mrs Timothy (Donna) Boyd, of Caldwell, Mrs Jim (Denise)
Wells, of Belle Valley, Mrs Larry (Lisa) Cowgill, of Sarahsville
brother, Linza and his wife Viola Stephen, of Calais, two
sisters, Mrs Guy (Mona) DeLong, of Salesville, Mrs Jerome
(Verda) Kaiser, of Strasbourg,  11 grandchildren, Mrs
Brian (Ashley) Wheeldin, Kelsey Boyd, Justin Wells,
Jesse Wells, Kaci Wells. Jared Cowgill, Josh Cowgill.
Jenna Cowgill, Kristen Stephen, Jedidiah Stephen, Alex
Stephen, sister-in-law, Delores Stephen of Fredericktown,
several nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by
a brother, Kenneth Stephen, sister Ada
Riemenschneider; and an infant sibling.
Friends were received Thursday, Oct 30, at Throrn-Black Funeral
Home, Cambridge, where funeral services were held
Oct 31.  Burial in Guernsey Memory Gardens.
Military graveside services were conducted by Guernsey
County Veterans Council.
Memorial contributions may be made  to James
Cancer Center. 
 
Stephen, Denise Ann
The Senior Class of Shenandoah High School announces its Commencement exercises for Saturday evening, June third, nineteen hundred seventy-eight at seven-thirty o'clock in the Shenandoah High School.
Source: High school graduation announcement.
 
Stephen, Donna Jean
The Senior Class of Shenandoah High School announces its Baccalaureate and Commencement Exercises on Sunday evening, June first, nineteen hundred seventy-five at seven-thirty o'clock at the Shenandoah High School. Source: High School graduation announcement.
 
Stephen, Ethel B.
Born: September 1, 1901, died: January 11, 1995, residence: Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County records
 
Stephen, Andrew W.
Died: November 1, 1915
Source: Monroe County records
 
Stephen, Bernhart K.

December 7, 1972

DEATH

B. K. Stephen

Source: Beacon

 

   B. K. Stephen, 66, of 508 North Street, Barnesville, died Tuesday evening, December 5, 1972, at his home. He had been in ill health.

   Born December 6, 1905, at Calais, he was the son of the late Egger and Mary Miller Stephen.

   Mr. Stephen was a member of the Seneca Valley Church of Christ, and a retired trucking operator.

   Surviving are his wife, Wanetta Stephen; one son, Jimmy Stephen of Canton; three sisters, Mrs. Howard (Hazel) Christman of Lewisville; Mrs. Herbert (Eleanor) Christman of Summerfield, and Mrs. Eberts (Lucille) Wehr, of Quaker City; two brothers James Stephen of Wintersville, and Donald Stephen of Malaga; his step-mother, Mrs. Nora Stephen of Summerfield; two step-sisters, Mrs. Edna Johns of Chagrin Falls, Ohio and Mrs. Grace Taylor of Summerfield, and seven grandchildren. An infant son is deceased.

   Services were held Friday afternoon at one o'clock in the Campbell-Plumly Funeral Home, Barnesville, with Minister J.V.A. Traylor officiating. Burial was in the Calais Cemetery.

 
Stephen, Caroline
Died: 1931
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Stephen, Cleo S.
Born: October 5, 1910, died: Apr 11, 1995, residence: Jerusalem
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Stephen, David P.
Died: September 8, 1922
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Stephen, Donald
Born: January 26, 1930, died: Feb 1976, residence: Jerusalem
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Stephen, Donald
Born: Mar 30, 1924, died: July 1983, residence: Malaga
Source: Monroe County records
 
Stephen, Donna Jean and Timothy William Boyd
            Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stephen and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Boyd request the pleasure of your company at the marriage of their children Donna Jean Stephen and Timothy William Boyd on Saturday, the twenty-first of October nineteen hundred seventy-eight at half past two o'clock at  the Caldwell United Methodist Church, 537 Main Street, Caldwell, Ohio. Source: Wedding invitation.
 
Stephen, Earl C.
            Born: Mar 7, 1905, died: May 11, 1988, residence: Jerusalem
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Stephen, Edna
 
 
 
October 28, 1915
 
 
 
Stephen, Elma
 
Dec 16, 1900
 
May 1978
 
Woodsfield
 
Stephen, F. L. Stephen
 
Apr 13, 1930
 
January 15, 1992
 
Lewisville
 
Stephen, George Stephen
 
 
 
March 16, 1934
 
Stephen, George L.
            Woodsfield--Services will be 1 P.M. Monday at the Watters Funeral Home in Woodsfield for George L. Stephen, 79, of Woodsfield, who died Friday (July 30, 2004) at Barnesville Hospital. Burial will be in the Batesville Cemetery in Batesville.
            Friends may call 2 to 4 and 8 to 9 P.M. today (Sunday) at the funeral home.
            Mr. Stephen was born September 5, 1924, near Malaga, a son of the late Richard and Ethel Swallie Stephen. He was a retired construction worker and a Protestant by faith.
            In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Ruth Cline; and an infant brother, Richard Stephen.
            He leaves his wife, Sarah VanMeter, whom he married July 28, 1962; a daughter, Mrs. David (Sandy) McCormick of Salesville; five sons, Terry (Caryla) Stephen of Summerfield, Todd Stephen of Cincinnati, Phillip (Patty) Stephen of Louisville, Tommy (Cheryl) Stephen of Quaker City and Randy Stephen of Texas; three sisters, Voneda Baker of Malaga, Norma Koval of Malaga and Leota Mercer of Barnesville; 14 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren, two step-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
Source: The Daily Jeffersonian, August 1, 2004
 
Stephen, Gertrude E.
            Born: July 1, 1901, died: January 20, 1994, residence: Woodsfield
 

Stephen, Girdon

            Girdon E. Stephen, 73, 33428 Twp. Road 2, Barnesville, died this morning, November 17, 1993, at his home.  He was born June 23, 1920 in Belmont County, son of the late William and Othella Powell Stephen.

     He was a retired farmer, a retired employee of Trio State Asphalt Co.

 
Stephen, Harold
            Born: Aug 8, 914, died: Aug 1974, residence: Malaga
 
Stephen, Hubert
            Died: July 10, 1919. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
Stephen, James J.
In The Pacific
James J. Stephen
Published---1943
   James J. Stephen, son of E.L. Stephen, is stationed somewhere in The Pacific war theatre as an engineer on a torpedo boat. He left the United States 8 months ago and has been in action since September 8th. He writes that their present campaign is almost ended and that he will soon go to Sidney, Austrailia, for a rest.
 
James J. Stephen
Source:The Monroe County Beacon, dated, Thursday, January 29, 2004
  James J. Stephen, 82, Wintersville, died January 26, 2004, at Oak Hill Manor, Louisville. He was born in Calais, October 27, 1921, a son of the late Eggar and Mary Miller Stephen.
   He was a member of Brentwood United Methodist Church, Wintersville, Pilgrim Lodge #691 F&AM and Scottish Rite Valley of Steubenville. He was also a U. S. Navy veteran of W W II. He was retired from Texas Eastern Transmission Corp., Houston, TX, where he was a remote operator.
   Surviving are a son, Ronald J. (Sharon) Stephen, of Paris, Ohio; two daughters, Mrs. Larry (Susan J.) Garlinger, of St. Clairsville, Mrs. Steven (Barbara A.) Wilcher, of Palm Harbor, FL; sister Mrs. Herbert (Eleanor) Christman, of Summerfield; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren.
   In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Mary P. Billman Stephen, on July 25, 2003; two brothers, B. K. and Donald Stephen; two sisters, Hazel Christman, Lucille Wehr, stepmother, Nora Stephen.
   Friends will be received January 29, from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at Dunlope-Shorac Funeral Home, Wintersville, where funeral services will be held January 30, qt 12:30 p.m., with the Reverend David Sperry officiating. Burial at Fort Steuben Burial Estates, Wintersville.
 
Stephen, James R.
            Died: September 30, 1925. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
Stephen, James
            Died: December 17, 1915. Source: Monroe County death records
 
Stephen, Jason Lee
            The Senior Class of Shenandoah High School announces its Commencement Exercises for Saturday evening, June first, nineteen hundred ninety-one at seven-thirty o'clock in the Shenandoah High School Gymnasium. Source: High School graduation announcement.
 
Stephen, John Alexander
Barnesville---Funeral services will be held Wednesday at Campbell Funeral, for John Alexander Stephen, 68, of Barnesville, who died suddenly Saturday afternoon at 1:30 P.M. in his home.
 Born near Calais in Monroe County, April 24, 1889, he was the son of Jacob F. and Nancy Wells Stephen. He had lived most of his life in Barnesville and was a retired worker of Warr Car and Wheel Company.
 Besides his wife Mary Louise, of the home, he leaves three sisters, Mrs. Bertha Tuttle, Columbus, Mrs. Mary Carpenter near Summerfield, and Mrs. Lillian Fitzgerald, Flushing; four brothers, Charles of Cambridge, Harry of Batesville, Lewis of Cumberland and Roman of Mt. Pleasant.
 Rev. Floyd Workman, Delaware will officiate at the funeral and burial will be in Crestview Cemetery. Source:Monday 8 July 1957 Cambridge Jeffersonian.
 
Stephen, John F.
Died: May 31, 1917
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Stephen, John Stephen
July 28, 1895
June 1971
Woodsfield
 
 
Stephen, Margaret Stephen
July 28, 1915
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Stephen, Mary J. Stephen
February 10, 1916
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Stephen, Mary M. Stephen
 
 
 
May 21, 1931
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Stephen, Norma L. Stephen
 
September 7, 1930
 
November 18, 1993
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Stephen, Randolph Stephen
died: September 24, 1914
Source: Monroe County records
 
Stephen, Robert Clayton
At Great Lakes
Robert Clayton Stephen
Published---1943
  Robert Clayton Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Stephen of Woodsfield, Route 3, who was accepted in the Navy the last of November, recently completed his "boot" training at Great Lakes, Ill., and spent a 15-day furlough with his parents.
  His address now is : Robert C. Stephen , S. 2-C, U.S. Naval Training School, (Radio)
21-4 , Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.
 
Stephen, Robert Gordon
BARNESVILLE---Robert Gordon Stephen, 61, of Barnesville, died Friday (June 9, 1989) at Barnesville Hospital.
  He was born November. 8, 1927, in Woodsfield, son of the late Dewey and Sulia Carpenter Stephen.
  He was preceded in death by two brothers.
  Mr. Stephen leaves two sisters, Leona Stephen and Viola Gibbons, both of Barnesville;  one brother Hobert of Massillon;  and several nieces and nephews.
  Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Sunday at Campbell-Plumly Funeral Home where services will be at 1 P.M. Monday with the Rev. Don Perks officiating.  Burial will be in Crestview Cemetery.  Sat. 10 June 1989 Jeffersonian.
 
Stephen, Roy
Died: February 26, 1913
Source: Monroe County records
 
Stephen, (Stillborn)
Died: December 8, 1915
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Woodsfield---W. Joe Stephen, 59, of Woodsfield, died Wednesday (April 9, 1997) near Calais.
 He was born April 29, 1937, near Boston, son of the late Jerome V. and Grace Sampson Stephen.
 He was a retired employee of Timken Roller Bearing Co., Canton, and was a Protestant by faith.
 He was preceded in by a brother, Norman Stephen.
 He leaves his wife, Donna Sue Copeland Stephen, whom he married February 9, 1957; two daughters, Donna Jo Stine and Beth Ann Stine, both of Cumberland; two sons, William Joseph Jr. of Calais and Drew Preston Stephen of Woodsfield; a sister, Nertia Wineman of Bethesda; two brothers, Delma Stephen of Woodsfield and Dallas Stephen of Canton; nine grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
 Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Friday at Watters Funeral Home, Woodsfield, where services will be at 1 P.M. Saturday with the Rev. William Pickenpaugh officiating. Burial will be in Boston Cemetery, Boston. Thursday 10 April 1997 Jeffersonian.
 
 
Stephens, Angelina
 
September 3, 1899
 
Feb 20, 1994
 
Malaga
 
Stephens, Catherine Stephens
 
 
 
October 3, 1917
 
 
Stephens, David W.
Died: 1934
 
Stephens, Elias
Died: October 4, 1936
 
Stephens, Elijah
Died: January 13, 1923
 
Stephens, Lynn

April 21, 1988

Lynn Stephens

Source: Monroe County Beacon

 

     Lynn Stephens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delmas Stephens of Miltonsburg, is a senior in Farm Management at Swiss Hills Vocational School. Her home school is Skyvue. Lynn has been extremely active in FFA in the last two years at Swiss Hills and this is why her teacher felt she deserved mention.

     In her job as FFA treasurer, she has shown outstanding leadership ability in working on committees and keeping track of the computerized fruit sales, with her own programs run on the lab computer. She has helped in running the FFA district and regional events and has won the FFA Leadership Award.

     Her vocational teacher describes her as a "bubbling" personality, and a caring young adult who makes friends easily. Lynn's future plans include pursuing agricultural business at the Agricultural Technical Institute in Wooster.

 
Stephens, Mae, nee Carpenter
Obituary - Barnesville Enterprise: Mae Stephens, 83, of 2213 Central Ave., Cambridge, formerly of Barnesville, died Tuesday, March 23, 1983 in Barnesville Hospital. She was born May 21, 1899, in Calais, a daughter of the late Albert and Ella Morris Carpenter. She was a Methodist and was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Stephens in 1960, a son, four brothers and two sisters. Surviving are two daughters, Helen Albaugh, Cambridge, and Mary Mahoney of Canton; two sons, Roy of Cambridge, and Carl of Barnesville; a stepson, Kenneth Stephens of Navarre; 13 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and four step-grandchildren. Services were conducted Friday at 1 p.m. with Evangelist James Gallagher officiating at the Campbell-Plumly Funeral Home. Burial followed in the Crestview Cemetery.
 
Stephens, Glady Louise and Myron H. Ackerman                        X
            Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stephens, of Atlas Star Route, Barnesville are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Gladys Louise to Myron H. Ackerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Ackerman of near Malaga.
            The double ring ceremony was solemnized on May 30, 1947, at 2:30 p.m. by Rev. C. G. Bloor at Belmont.
            The bride wore a floor length gown of White net over taffeta, fashioned with a sweetheart neckline edged in a small net ruffle, tiny puffed sleeves and tight bodice with full skirt. Her shoulder length veil fell from a White cap. She wore elbow length White gloves and carried a White Bible showered with pink Roses and streamers knotted with Rose petals. She wore a strand of pearls, gift of the groom.
            Miss Vivian Haga of Somerton was maid of honor and wore a floor length gown of pink taffeta fashioned with sweetheart neckline and cap sleeves and small bustle. She carried a colonial bouquet of Roses and carnations, tied with a satin ribbon. The gift of the bride was a round gold compact.
            Mr. Emery Stewart, Jr., of Barnesville serviced the groom as best man.
            Shortly after the ceremony, a reception was held at the bride's home.
            Both the bride and groom are graduates of Somerset Twp. High School, class of 1945. At present the bride is employed in the First Aid Room of the Continental Can Company of Cambridge. The groom served 14 months with the U. S. Army, 10 months being overseas duty.
            After a trip through the western states the couple will reside at 116 N. 6th St., Cambridge. Source: The Monroe County Republican, June 12, 1947
 
Stephens, Glen
Born: Apr 17, 1905, died: September 1977, residence: Woodsfield
 
Stephens, Hannah
Died: December 1, 1914
 
Stephens, Jacob
Died: February 20, 1916
 
Stephens, John
Born: July 2, 1918, died: June 1982, residence: Graysville
 
Stephens, Katherine
Died: July 7, 1913
 
 
 
Stephens, Loretta
 
24 -- --
 
28 Feb 1889
 
Center Twp.
 
Stephens, Lucy A. Stephens
 
 
 
April 4, 1922
 
 
 
Stephens, Margaret J. Stephens
 
 
 
September 18, 1926
 
 
 
Stephens, Mary E. Stephens
 
 
 
May 3, 1914
 
 
 
Stephens, Mary M. Stephens
 
 
 
September 18, 1920
 
 
 
Stephens, May Stephens
 
 
 
November 8, 1914
 
 
 
Stephens, Minnie Stephens
Died: February 27, 1916
 
 Stephens, Miss Pearl H. and Mr. Clifford E. Carpenter
Source:The Spirit of Democracy
Woodsfield, Ohio, Thurs., December 28, 1916
               Mr. Clifford E. CARPENTER and Miss Pearl H. STEPHENS were married December 23, 1916, by W. D. Richner, Justice of Peace.
 
Stephens, Robert
Died: July 16, 1923
 
 
 
Stephens, Samuel O. Stephens
 
 
 
November 29, 1920
 
 
 
Stephens, Stillborn Stephens
 
 
 
February 5, 1922
 
 
 
Stephens, Sylvester W. Stephens
 
Feb 11, 1923
 
July 3, 1988
 
Malaga
 
Stephens, Unnamed Stephens
 
 
 
October 9, 1921
 
 
Stern, V. Glen
Source--The Intelligencer     Wheeling, West Virginia
Published--April 13, 2005
STERN, V. Glen, 82, of Washington Street, Paden City, West Virginia., died Monday, April 11, 2005 in Wheeling Hospital, Wheeling, West Virginia. He was born July 9, 1922 in Silver Hill, Wetzel County, West Virginia, the son of the late James Edward and Clarice Miller Stern. He was a World War II United States Army veteran; and a retired crane operator from
Ormet Corporation, Hannibal, Ohio. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife of 53 years, Dortha Wykert Stern, in March 2000; two sisters, Rosalie Stern and Virginia Geho; and a brother, Sidney Stern. Survivors include a daughter, Patty (Melvin) Miller of Chester, West Virginia.; a son, Bill (Lois) Stern of Sistersville, West Virginia; a sister, Alberta Wykert of Paden City; three grandsons, Eric, Bryan and Jason Miller; two granddaughters, Amy Stern Lynch and Ann Stern Shreves; three great-granddaughters; and a special caretaker and friend, Christina Fox. Family will receive friends on Wednesday from 4-8 p.m. at Grisell Funeral Home and Crematory, 751 Third Street, New Martinsville, West Virginia, where funeral services will be Thursday at 11:00 a.m. with Evangelist Jerry Toothman officiating. Interment in Paden Memorial Gardens, Paden City. Sympathy expressions to www.grisellfuneralhomes.com 
 
 
 
Stetson, Huldah
May 14, 1917
 
 
 
Stevens, Della
Feb 7, 1885
Sept 1970
Lewisville
 
 
Stevens, Edith
November 11, 1895
Aug 1979
Stafford
 
 
Steward, Amanda
 
30-4-12
 
28 Apr 1888
 
Benton Twp.
 
Stewart, Anna Stewart
 
Sept. 7, 1896
 
Aug 1973
 
Clarington
 
Stewart, Belivia L. Stewart
 
 
 
November 6, 1926
 
 
 
Stewart, Bernelle Stewart
 
Aug 2, 1926
 
November 25, 1997
 
Woodsfield
 
Stewart, Bertha L. Stewart
 
 
 
February 14, 1920
 
 
 
Stewart, Calvin Edward
 
10 Jul 1925
 
24 November 1962
 
ClaringtonStewart, Calvin Edward
 
Stewart, COra M. Stewart
 
January 14, 1884
 
July 15, 1969
 
Sardis
 
Stewart, Daisy P. Stewart
 
 
 
February 18, 1920
 
 
 
Stewart, Daniel Stewart
 
Feb 8, 1877
 
Dec 1973
 
Woodsfield
 
Stewart, Ethel I. Stewart
 
 
 
January 4, 1920
 
 
 
Stewart, Gaylord Stewart
 
 
 
December 16, 1933
 
 
 
Stewart, Goldia Stewart
 
 
 
July 11, 1915
 
 
 
Stewart, HoWard W. Stewart
 
October 31, 1916
 
June 20, 1994
 
Sardis
 
Stewart, James C. Stewart
 
May 24, 1924
 
May 23, 1992
 
Jerusalem
 
Stewart, James G. Stewart
 
Aug 17, 1950
 
June 24, 1994
 
Jerusalem
 
Stewart, James S. Stewart
 
 
 
March 6, 1914
 
 
 
Stewart, Jane Stewart
 
October 1, 1899
 
Apr 1979
 
Woodsfield
 
Stewart, John Stewart
 
September 5, 1893
 
May 1974
 
Clarington
 
Stewart, Joseph F. Stewart
 
12 Jun 1853
 
30 May 1937
 
SardisStewart, Joseph F.
 
Stewart, Joseph Stewart
 
 
 
May 30, 1937
 
 
 
Stewart, Lacie Stewart
 
September 25, 1908
 
October 1976
 
Sardis
 
Stewart, Luella M. Stewart
 
 
 
September 15, 1926
 
 
 
Stewart, Lula Mae Stewart
 
16 Aug 1913
 
27 Aug 1913
 
SardisStewart, Lula Mae
 
Stewart, Lydia J. Stewart
 
 
 
October 31, 1922
 
 
 
Stewart, Margaret E. Stewart
 
 
 
January 30, 1924
 
 
 
Stewart, Mary J. Stewart
 
 
 
August 1, 1919
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Stewart, Mary
Died: March 23, 1927. Source: Monroe County death records
 
Stewart, Mary Jane Allen                 X
            Mary Jane Allen, 77, of Box 195, Woodsfield, Rt. 4, died January 17, 1988, at the Wetzel County Hospital in New Martinsville, West Virginia. She was born September 24, 1911 in Monroe County, a daughter of the late Daniel and Molly Hendershot Stewart. She was a member of the Mt. Olive Methodist Church.
            She was preceded in death by her husband Harley Allen, December 1982 and also 4 brothers; Chester, John, James and Charles Stewart; three sisters, Daisy Stewart, Lula Mae Stewart and Lucinda Ault; one half-sister Susie Henthorn.
            She is survived by three daughters; Mrs. Clyde (Molly) Hupp of Woodsfield Rt. 4 , Mrs. Robert (Dorothy) Willis of Ashland and Mrs. Leander (Eva Jean) Hupp of Ashland; one son-Guy Allen of Martins Ferry; 8 grandchildren; 9 great grandchildren; two brothers- Oscar Stewart of Rittman and Burl Stewart of Bowerstown; two sisters Mrs. Clarence (Viola) Bertschy of West Salem and Della Day of McMechon, West Virginia. Burial was in Mt. Olive Church Cemetery
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Stewart, Mary V.
Born: July 29, 1914, died: Feb 8, 1996, residence: Sardis
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Stewart, Pearl
Died: June 23, 1914. Source: Monroe County death records
 
Stewart, Ross
Born: Aug 20, 1903, died: May 1972, residence: Woodsfield
 
Stewart, Ruth E.
 
 
 
October 19, 1915
 
 
 
Stewart, Sarah C. Stewart
 
 
 
September 12, 1936
 
 
 
Stewart, Sarah Stewart
 
 
 
March 13, 1919
 
 
 
Stewart, Ulysses G. Stewart
 
 
 
February 15, 1923
 
 
 
Stewart, Willam Stewart
 
June 24, 1913
 
Aug 1984
 
Woodsfield
 
Stewart, William Clem Stewart
 
23 January 1874
 
27 May 1955
 
Sardis
 
Stewart, WilliamStewart
about 1849
 
21 Feb 1930
 County Infirmary
 
Mrs. Carrie Stillion
Published---1962
 
   Mrs. Carrie Louise Stillion of Miltonsburg, formerly of Warwood, died Monday at 4 a.m. at her home. She was born in Wheeling, January 3, 1889, a daughter of Charles and Mary Riebold Stuntz, and was a Lutheran. She was a former member of The Clearview Farm Woman's Club.
   Surviving are her husband, Homer Stillion, Sr.; two daughters: Mrs. Ruth Gheen, Eugene, Ore.; and Mrs. Dorothy Eslinger, Lebanon, Ore.; six sons: George of Warwood; Charles, West Union, O.; Elvin, Robert, and Homer Jr., all of Miltonsburg; and William, Lebanon, O. Also surviving are a sister: Mrs. Helen Conners of Warwood; three brothers:
Edward Stuntz and Harold Stuntz, both of Warwood and William Stuntz, , Elyria, O.; 22 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Friends may call at The Bodey Funeral Home in Warwood. Services will be conducted there Thursday at 2:30 p.m. by the Rev. Donald Stump of The United Church of Christ of Miltonsburg. Interment will follow in Greenwood Cemetery.
from the collection of gertrude Christman Kahrig typed by betty lendon matson
 
Stimpert, Blanche, nee Denbow
Source--Monroe County Beacon   Woodsfield,Ohio
Published--Thursday, October 21, 1999
 
Stimpert, Blanche, 95, Heath Nursing and Convalescent Center, Heath, formerly of Lewisville, died October 15, 1999, at the center. She was born at Lewisville, May 28, 1904, a daughter of the late William E. and Elsie Gardner Denbow.
She was a homemaker and a member of the Woodsfield  Church of Nazarene, Woodsfield.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Earl (Helen) Weber, of Newark; two sons, Vernon Stimpert and his wife Norma of Zanesville, Sam Stimpert and his wife Barbara, of Howard; a brother, Floyd Denbow, of Lewisville; nine grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; four great-great grandchildren.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Clarence Stimpert on November 7, 1977; a son, Robert Stimpert; a daughter, Mildred Highman; two brothers, Lawrence and Clayton Denbow.
Friends were received at the Watters Funeral Home, Woodsfield, October 18 where services were held October 19, with the Reverend Steve Cummings and Reverend William Graham officiating. Burial followed in Friendship Cemetery, Lewisville.
 
Stimpert, Clarence
 
Apr 21, 1901
 
November 1977
 
Woodsfield
 
Stimpert, David
 
 
 
 December 1927
 
 
 
Stimpert, Dorothy L.
 
 
 
February 28, 1932
 
 

 

Stimpert, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer

Source: The Monroe County Beacon, Aug. 15, 1974 

      In observance of their fiftieth wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stimpert, of Lewisville, Route 2, will be honored by their daughter, Ruth, and son. John, with an open house celebration on Sunday, August 25th, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wittenbrook, in Lewisville.

     Elmer R. Stimpert and Cora B. Anderson were married August 30, 1924 in Woodsfield. They are the parents of five children, one daughter, Mrs. Bill (Ruth E.) Wittenbrook, of Lewisville; one son, John W. Stimpert, of Washington Court

House, Ohio, and three sons, Donald E. Stimpert, who died December 5, 1971, and twin sons, Robert E. and Richard D. Stimpert, who died July 1, 1957. Three grandchildren, Keith and Kathy Stimpert, and Maria Wittenbrook, complete the family circle.

     The custom of "open house" will be held from two to five o'clock, Sunday, August 25th, at the Wittenbrook home in Lewisville. All neighbors, friends and relatives are welcome to call and enjoy an informal visit.

     They request that gifts be omitted.

 

 

 

 

 

 
Stimpert, Elmer
 
Aug 17, 1903
 
September 1977
 
Lewisville
 
Stimpert, Everett
 
Feb 9, 1896
 
July 1979
 
Lewisville
 
Stimpert, Fern E.
 
 
 
October 17, 1934
 
 
 
Stimpert, Forrest
 
 
 
June 27, 1917
 
 
 
Stimpert, George
Aug 26, 1903
 
January 1986
 
Lewisville
 
Stimpert, Herman Stimpert
 
 
 
 January 6, 1928
 
 
 
Stimpert, Mary S. Faber Stimpert
 
January 13, 1859
 
September 25, 1917
 
Miltonsburg
 
Stimpert, Richard E. Stimpert
 
 
 
1934
 
 
 
Stimpert, Robert F.
 
 September 21, 1927
 
Stimpert, Robert Loye
 September 5, 1987

The Daily Jeffersonian, Cambridge, Ohio

Stimpert Service

     Woodsfield – Services for Robert (Bob) Loye Stimpert, 53, of Lewisville R.D. 1, will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Watters Funeral Home, Woodsfield.  The Rev. William Graham will officiate.  Burial will be in Friendship Cemetery, Lewisville.

     Mr. Stimpert died at 5:53 a.m. Friday (September 4, 1987) at Barnesville Hospital following an apparent heart attack.

     Calling hours are 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and all day Sunday at the funeral home.

     Mr. Stimpert was born Aug. 26, 1934, in Lewisville, son of Zelda Seibert Stimpert and the late George Stimpert.

     Mr. Stimpert was a self-employed dairy farmer and served as a trustee for Summit Township in Monroe County.  He attended Woodsfield Church of the Nazarene.

     Survivors include his wife, Shirley Prickett Stimpert, whom he married March 31, 1956; his mother of Lewisville; two daughters, Mrs. Harold (Kathy) Reynolds of Flowermound, Texas, and Mrs. Barney (Joyce) Dillon of Jerusalem R.D. 1; six sons, Robert B. Stimpert, Darrell L. Stimpert, Timothy W. Stimpert and Mark A. Stimpert, all of Lewisville R.D. 1, Steven M. Stimpert of Lewisville R.D. 3 and Jimmy D. Stimpert, of Lewisville R.D. 2; four sisters, Mrs. John (Marjorie) Bishop, Jacqueline Simmons and Vonna King, all of Alliance, and Mrs. David (Pat) Snyder of Louisville; five brothers, Jimmie Stimpert and Ronald Stimpert, both of Lewisville R.D. 2, Jerry Stimpert of Lewisville R.D. 1, Daniel Stimpert of Lewisville and Phillip Stimpert of Canton; two grandchildren of the home and 13 grandchildren.

     He was preceded in death by a sister, Georiann Kibler.

 

 
Stimpert, Robert W.
 
 
March 1, 1922
 
 
 
Stimpert, Roy
February 25, 1894
 
July 15, 1922
 
Miltonsburg
 
Stimpert, Stella M.
 
September 9, 1898
 
Apr 17, 1991
 
Woodsfields
 
Stimpert, William H. Stimpert
 
 
 
April 28, 1924
 
Summit Twp.
 
Stimpert, Zelda
 
Mar 20, 912
 
July 26, 1988
 
Graysville
 
Stine, Arthur
 
Apr 25, 1908
 
Feb 1976
 
Graysville
 
Stine, Carrie E.
 
 
 
January 4, 1935
 
 
 
Stine, James
 
 
 
May 29, 1916
 
 
 
Stine, Jane
 
May 14, 1886
 
January 1983
 
Sardis
 
Stine, John C.
May 6, 1937
 
Stine, John S.
Times-Leader, Dec 17, 1963                                                            
            John S. Stine, 76, of Harrietsville, died Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Harold Blair, following a lengthy illness. He was born Nov. 17, 1887, near Sardis and was a retired farmer. He was a member of the West Union Church of Christ.
            Surviving in addition to his daughter are two sons, Dale of Burbank and Donald of Chicago, Ill.; a sister, Mrs. Ida Busche of Columbus, one brother, Everett Stine of Zanesville, three grandchildren.
            Services will be conducted Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Bauer, Turner Funeral Home, Woodsfield, by Minister J. V. A. Traylor. Burial in West Union Cemetery.
 
Stine, Margaret
            Died: April 4, 1918
 
 
Stine, Mary I.
            Died: December 3, 1923
 
 
Stine, Opal
            Died: December 22, 1915
 
 
Stine, Pearl
July 16, 1915
 
January 29, 1994
 
Sardis
 
Stine, Ralph Stine
 
May 31, 1907
 
October 1986
 
Woodsfield
 
Stine, Raymond E.
April 26, 1918
 
Stine, Stanley R.
Source: The Daily Jeffersonian, Cambridge, OH, December 26, 2000
    Stanley R. Stine, 62, of Lewisville, died Saturday (Dec. 23, 2000) at Ohio Valley Medical Center, Wheeling, W.Va.
    He was born March 14, 1938, in Antioch, Monroe County, son of the late Arthur and Margaret (Cline) Stine.
    Mr. Stine was former owner of the former Belmont Grill in Woodsfield. He was a U.S. Navy veteran, and self employed laborer.
    He was preceded in death by a son, Johnny Stine; a sister, Bonnie Lallathin; and a brother, Delbert Stine.
    He leaves three sons, Stanley Stine Jr. of Texas, Dwayn Stine and Brian Stine, both of West Virginia; a daughter, Lisa of North Carolina; a brother, Don Stine of Antioch; a sister, Mary Jean Baker of Lower Salem; several grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
    Friends may call from 3 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home, Woodsfield, where services will be 2 p.m. Thursday with Tim Fleeman officiating.
    Burial will be in West Union Cemetery, near Sardis.
 
Stock, Robert Lyle
Source--Marietta Times   Marietta, Ohio
Published--August 5, 2004
            New Matamoras, Ohio - Robert Lyle Stock,  29, of 255 Front St. died at 4 p.m. Monday (Aug. 2, 2004) at his residence. He was born Feb. 6, 1975, in Marietta to Paul Edward and Shirley J. Newlen Stock Sr. He graduated from Frontier High School in 1993, and was employed by Haessly Hardwood Lumber. He is survived by his mother of Bergholz, Ohio; two brothers, Paul Stock III and Carl Stock, both of New Matamoras; and three sisters, Sue Ward of Newport, Paulette Maxwell of Amsterdam, Ohio, and Kathy Fluhart of New Matamoras.He was preceded in death by his father on March 7, 2001. Services are at 11 a.m. Friday at Hadley Funeral Homes, New Matamoras Chapel, with Danny LeMasters officiating. Burial is in Grandview Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
 
Stoehr, Lewis
Died: January 6, 1919. Residence: Woodsfield
 
 
Stoehr, Louis
 
January 18, 1920
 
 
 
 
 
Stoehr, Tillie Stoehr
 
 
 
 December 24, 1927
 
 
 
Stoehr, Walter Stoehr
 
November 12, 1894
 
January 1967
 
Woodsfield
 
Stone, Cody Joe
            Woodsfield, Ohio - Cody Joe Stone, 8, of Woodland Court, Woodsfield, died Friday (Sept. 17, 2004) at the Barnesville Hospital, Barnesville, Ohio, following a brain aneurysm.
            He was born November. 17, 1995, at Marietta, a son of Bobby and Roberta "Bobbi" Smith Stone of the home. He was a second-grade student at Woodsfield Elementary School, Woodsfield, and enjoyed playing baseball and going fishing. He was also an avid Green Bay Packers fan.
            In addition to his parents, he is survived by two sisters, Chyenne and Kylie Stone, both of the home; maternal grandparents, Gregory Smith of Lewisville, and Sheila Smith of Woodsfield; paternal grandparents, Ocie and Mary Harris of Yawkey, W.Va.; maternal great-grandparents, James and Roberta Daugherty of Lewisville, Ohio; and several cousins, aunts and uncles, including Jason Smith and wife, Heidi, and John A. Stone.
            Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Watters Funeral Home, 37501 State Route 78 West, Woodsfield, where funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday with Pastor Travis Smalley officiating.. Burial will follow in Stafford Cemetery, Stafford, Ohio.
            Memorial contributions may be made in memory of Cody Joe Stone, in care of Citizens National Bank, 143 South Main St., Woodsfield, Ohio 43793.
Source: The Marietta Times, Tuesday, September 21, 2004
 
Stoneking, Cody Michell
 
Infant
 
April 22, 2003
 
Woodsfield
 
Strahl, Mary F.
Source--Times Leader    Martins Ferry, Ohio
Published--December, 30, 2002                      
            Mary F. Strahl, 81, of 32nd Street, Bellaire, Ohio died Saturday at the Belmont Community Hospital, Bellaire. She was born Feb. 8, 1921 in Beallsville, Ohio a daughter of the late William and Mary Estella Daugherty Newell.
     Mary was a homemaker and a member of the St. John Catholic Church in Bellaire.
     In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband William A. Strahl in 1988; two brothers, William Newell and Bob Newell; three sisters, Edna Weekley, Rosetta Arno and Virginia Klempa.
     Surviving are one daughter, Janice E. Schultz and her husband William of Wheeling, W.Va.; two sisters, Alice Hanasky of Shadyside, Ohio and Dorothy Scott of Newton Falls, Ohio; two granddaughters, Katherine A. Schultz of Charleston, W.Va. and Rebecca L. DeAngelo and her husband Richard of Rockton, Pa.; two great grandchildren, Kathryn and Joseph DeAngelo both of Rockton, Pa.; and several nieces and nephews.
     Friends will be received Monday, Dec. 30, 2002 from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. at the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home, 441 37th Street, Bellaire, Ohio. Funeral Liturgy with Mass will be celebrated Tuesday at 9 a.m. at St. John Catholic Church, Bellaire with Monsignor Gene W. Mullett the celebrant. Burial follows in Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Bellaire. A vigil service will be held at 2:15 p.m. in the funeral home.
 
 
Straub, Anna E.
 
 
 
July 17, 1917
 
 
 
Straub, Edward
 
September 23, 1900
 
June 1985
 
Sardis
 
Straub, Rinhart
 
 
 
December 13, 1913
 
 
 
Straub, Sophie Straub
 
 
 
January 9, 1913
 
 Straub, Vernon and Miss Florence Smith
Straub-Smith Wedding Announced
Source--The Monroe County Beacon  Woodsfield, Ohio
Published---1953
 
   Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Florence Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith, of Sardis, and Vernon Straub, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Straub, also of Sardis.
   The wedding was solemnized on Friday evening, April 10th, at six-thirty o'clock in The First Methodist Church, at Woodsfield, with the Rev. Charles Reed officiating at the double ring ceremony in the presence of the immediate families.
   Mrs. David D. Anthony, sister of the bride, and Cpl. Raymond Straub, brother of the
bridegroom, were the attendants.
   The bride chose a gown of white slipper satin, styled with a sweetheart neckline, long pointed sleeves and a full ballerina skirt. Her fingertip veil was held in place with a tiara of pearls. She carried a white Bible topped with an orchid with white satin streamers.
   The tradition of something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue and a penny in her shoe, was carried out. Her only jewelry was a double strand of pearls, a gift of the groom.
   Mrs. Anthony was attired in an aqua gown with white accessories. She wore a corsage of pink Rosebuds at the shoulder.
   Mrs. Smith, mother of the bride, wore a lilac dress, with black accessories, and a corsage of yellow Rosebuds.
   Mrs. Straub, mother of the bride-groom, wore a navy blue dress with black accessories and a corsage of yellow Rosebuds.
   Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the bride's home.
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Strickling, Alexander S.
Died: March 5, 1923, residence: Lewisville
 
Strickling, Emma
 
 
 
November 19, 1931
 
 
 
Strickling, Inez C. Strickling
 
 
 
October 24, 1935
 
 
 
Strickling, John F. Strickling
Died: July 7, 1922
 
Strickling, Mary A.
Died: February 6, 1927
 
Strickling, Stillborn
Died: March 6, 1920
 
 Strickling, Mr. Ward and Miss Helen Jane Ackerman     X
            Mrs. W. T. Ackerman, of Woodsfield, Route four, announces the marriage of her daughter, Miss Helen Jane Ackerman, to Ward Strickling, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Strickling, of Woodsfield, Route three.
            The Reverend H. J. Kopke, pastor of St. Paul’s Evangelical and Reformed Church, officiated at the ceremony on Friday, August 21, 1953, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Smith, on East Church Street. Reverend Kopke read the vows at eight-thirty o’clock in the evening in the presence of members of the immediate families.
            Attendants were the bride’s brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Smith. The bride wore a blue nylon dress with white accessories and a corsage of yellow Rosebuds. Mrs. Smith wore a blue and white ensemble with white accessories and a corsage of pink Rosebuds.
            Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held. The bride’s table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake and vases of red Roses. The newlyweds left later in the evening for a wedding trip through the Eastern states.
            The new Mrs. Strickling is a graduate of Woodsfield high school, class of 1952. She is now employed at the Cline Truck & Equipment company.
            Mr. Strickling is a 1949 graduate of Lewisville high school, and is a member of the National Guard. He is employed with he Baker Coal company near Stafford, Ohio.
            Mr. and Mrs. Strickling are residing in the Adams apartment, 434 Eastern Avenue, Woodsfield.  Source: The Monroe County Beacon, Woodsfield, Ohio, August 1953. Provided by Wilda Heft Bartenschlag
 
Stone, Cody Joe
Cody Joe Stone
 
Woodsfield - Cody Joe Stone, 8, of Woodland Court, Woodsfield, died Friday (Sept. 17, 2004) at the Barnesville Hospital, Barnesville, Ohio, following a brain aneurysm.
 
He was born November. 17, 1995, at Marietta, a son of Bobby and Roberta "Bobbi" Smith Stone of the home. He was a second-grade student at Woodsfield Elementary School, Woodsfield, and enjoyed playing baseball and going fishing. He was also an avid Green Bay Packers fan.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by two sisters, Chyenne and Kylie Stone, both of the home; maternal grandparents, Gregory Smith of Lewisville, and Sheila Smith of Woodsfield; paternal grandparents, Ocie and Mary Harris of Yawkey, W.Va.; maternal great-grandparents, James and Roberta Daugherty of Lewisville, Ohio; and several cousins, aunts and uncles, including Jason Smith and wife, Heidi, and John A. Stone.
 
Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Watters Funeral Home, 37501 State Route 78 West, Woodsfield, where funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday with Pastor Travis Smalley officiating.. Burial will follow in Stafford Cemetery, Stafford, Ohio.
 
Memorial contributions may be made in memory of Cody Joe Stone, in care of Citizens National Bank, 143 South Main St., Woodsfield, Ohio 43793.
Source: The Marietta Times, Tuesday, September 22, 2004.
 
Stuckey, Jacob
Died: June 10, 1913
 
Studer, Carl Daniel
            Mansfield, Ohio - Carl D. Studer, 79, of 1014 Sunset Blvd., died Thursday morning, June 7, 1988, in Mansfield General Hospital after a short illness.
 He was born in New Washington on November 28, 1908, and came to Mansfield as a young man. He retired from Westinghouse Electrical Corporation after 39 years of service. Mr. Studer was a member of St. Peter’s Catholic Church.
 He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Rose Bintz Studer, one son, Jerry D. of Mansfield; two daughters, Mrs. Ray (Jacqueline) Dillon of Cape Coral, Florida, and Mrs. Donald (Jane M.) McCarthy of Vancouver, British Columbia; nine grandchildren; one great-granddaughter, one brother, Roma of Mansfield; and one sister, Mrs. Paul (Mary) Odenwalder of Indianapolis.
 Calling hours at the Geiger-Herlihy Funeral Home are from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday. Vigil services will be held at 7 p.m. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Peter’s Catholic Church on Monday at 10 a.m. Burial will be in Mansfield Catholic Cemetery.
 
 
 
Suley, Elizabeth Suley
 
 
 
July 4, 1915
 
 
 
Sulsberger, J. J. Sulsberger
 
 
 
September 26, 1916
 
Woodsfield
 
Sulsberger, Lena R. Sulsberger
 
July 26, 1849
 
March 8, 1923
 
Woodsfield
 
Sulsberger, Louis Sulsberger
 
 
 
August 8, 1920
 
 
 
Sumption, Ina Sumption
 
 
 
September 29, 1917 29
 
 
 
Suppes, Laura Suppes
 
 
 
April 18, 1916
 
 
 
Suppes, Nancy Suppes
 
 
 
September 2, 1917
 
 
 
Suter, Brady Suter
 
 
 
December 4, 1925
 
 
 
Suter, Caroline Suter
 
 
 
March 3, 1916
 
 
 
Suter, David S. Suter
 
 
 
1934
 
 
 
Suter, David Suter
 
 
 
 November 18, 1927
 
 
 
Suter, Elizabeth Suter
 
 
 
March 23, 1935
 
 
 
Suter, Irene V. Suter
 
 
 
January 15, 1920
 
 
 
Suter, Jacob W. Suter
 
 
 
May 31, 1921
 
 
 
Suter, Mary N. Suter
 
 
 
April 15, 1917
 
 
 
Suter, Mary V. Suter
 
 
 
 November 15, 1927
 
 
 
Suter, Stillborn Suter
 
 
 
April 2, 1916
 
 
 
SUTTON, Stillborn
died: February 5, 1913
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Swalley, Catherine Swalley
 
 
 
June 5, 1914
 
 
 
Swallow, Elizabeth E. Swallow
 
 
 
January 1, 1917
 
 
 
Swallow, I. O. Swallow
 
 
 
 August 27, 1930
 
Woodsfield
 
Swallow, James Swallow
 
 
 
May 6, 1917
 
 
 
Swallow, Susannah Swallow
 
 
 
September 3, 1921
 
 
 
SWARTWOOD, Thomas M.
Died: February 13, 1913
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Swearinegin, Mary M. Swearinegin
 
3-6-2
 
15 November 1878
 
GreenTwp.
 
 
 
Tacker, Rancis E. Tacker
 
 
 
December 28, 1913
 
 
 
Tacker, W. R. Tacker
 
 
 
April 20, 1914
 
 
 
Talbert, Elva F.
Died: August 8, 1913. Source: Monroe County death records
 
Talbot, Della P. and Winfield M. Gatten
               Winfield M. Gatten; age 29 on 20 day of September 1903; born in Belmont County, Ohio; occupation, brick burner; father, Emmanuel S. Gatten; mother, Rachel A. Davis; license was issued 29 day of September 1903, and married 3rd day of October 1903, to Della P. Talbot; age 23 on 27 day of September 1903; occupation, housekeeper; born in Ohio township, Monroe County, Ohio; father, R. L. Talbot; mother, Nancy Cook; married by Austin Wilson, M. G.      
Source: Monroe County marriage records
 
Talbot, Zemine
Died: April 18, 1916. Source: Monroe County death records
 
Tanner, Elizabeth Ann Miller Allen   X
            Woodsfield, Ohio — Elizabeth Ann Allen, 88, of Woodsfield, formerly of Perryville, Mo., died Wednesday (June 13, 2001) at Barnesville Hospital, Barnesville.
            She was born August 24, 1912, in Cleveland, daughter of the late Edward W. and Anna Richards (Butler) Tanner.
            Mrs. Allen was a former employee of Aultman Hospital, Canton, where she served in the housekeeping department. She was a Catholic by faith.
            She was preceded in death by her first husband, Donald Miller; her second husband, William Allen; three sisters; and a brother.
            She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Jim (Patricia) Shaw of Woodsfield, and Mrs. Les (Mary Louise) Heinrich of Canton; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Harold (Patricia) Heaps of Perryville, Mo.; nine grandchildren; nine step-grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; several great-great-grandchildren.
            Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at Watters Funeral Home, Woodsfield, and from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Monday at Miller Family Funeral Home, Perryville, Mo.
            Mass of Christian burial will be 11 a.m. Monday at St. Vincent Catholic Church, Perryville, Mo., with the Reverend Fr. Kevin Fausz C. M. serving as celebrant. Burial will be in St. Boniface Cemetery, Perryville, Mo.
            Memorial contributions may be made to “Warm the Children,” c/o Pandora Neuhart, 40189 Gun Club Road, Woodsfield, OH 43793.
Source: The Daily Jeffersonian, Cambridge, Ohio, June 2001
 
Tanner, Randolph
            Death of an Aged Citizen from Delavan Times, Tazewell County, IL April 5, 1911. Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
            Minier News: - Randolph Tanner was born in Bedford County, Penn April 5, 1828. Died in Bloomington, IL March 24, 1911, aged 82 years, 11 months and 19 days.
            His was due to the infirmities of old age. He has rapidly declined since the recent of his wife in both mind and body.
            The deceased was the son of Jacob and Elizabeth Tanner, who were settlers in Pennsylvania over a hundred years ago. He had five sisters and four brothers, all of whom are dead, he being the last of his family. His sisters all died, before they were thirty years of age. His brothers, Samuel F Tanner, once lived in this community; John R Tanner lived at Canton, IL; and Isaac F Tanner lived at Shepherdstown, WV. His father died when he was only four years old and his mother followed in a few years. With his brother Samuel he moved to Easton, OH, and settled in Monroe County about 1848 and when the gold discovery came in 1849 he was one of the first to go. Sailing around Cape Horn and up the Pacific Ocean landing at San Francisco. He came back home by the way of the Isthmus of Panama. In 1853 he Started back to California overland and got as far as Sioux City IA , where he was taken sick and compelled to return. He was married to Elizabeth Bottenfield at Stafford, OH October 18 1858 and to them seven children were born. H R who now lives at Jeanette, PA; Margaret, wife of Oscar P Wilson, who died at Alliance, OH July 29, 1904; SS of this place; Thomas Luther who died at this place Dec 20, 1904; Catharine, wife of CE Flannegan who lives at Wheeling, WV; Laura E, wife of Henry Freitag, who died here June 22, 1901 and Charles E of this place. His wife died here August 16, 1910. He has been a member of the Christian church for over forty years. In politics he was a Republican, having voted for every Republican President from John C Fremont to Wm H Taft. He was a great reader and well informed on current subjects.
            The body was brought to Minier Saturday afternoon and the funeral was held at 2:00 Sunday afternoon. The weather was bad, but a great many friends showed their respect for the deceased and their sympathy for the relatives by their presence at the simple services. Rev L Hadaway of the Christian church spoke feelingly of the Long life that had just closed; and afterWard the body was laid to rest in the Minier cemetery.
Source:Delavan Times, Tazewell County, IL April 5, 1911
 
Taylor, Albert
 Albert Taylor, 93, 1455, Shafer Road, died Thursday, December 30 at home after an extended illness.
   Mr. Taylor was born December 25, 1889 in Monroe County to John A. Taylor and Eva E. Rubel Taylor Betts. He was married August 29, 1916 to Esta M. Bintz, who survives.
   Mr. Taylor is survived by four children, Mrs. Marvin (Ruth) Kalb of Bucyrus, Lester of Sarasota, Florida, Kenneth of Bucyrus and Calvin of Boulder, Colo. 12 grandchildren and 16 grandchildren.
   Also surviving are a half brother, Theodore Betts of Tiro, two sisters, Mrs. Barbara Kurzen of Shelby and Mrs. Alden (Rose) Loomis of Le Mesa, Calif. and a half sister, Mrs. Sara Graham of Shelby, He was preceded in death by three brothers, two half brothers and one sister.
   Mr. Taylor moved to the Bucyrus area in 1921 from Monroe County. He had attended a business school in Wheeling, W. Va. He retired from farming in 1962 and then worked for Swan Rubber Company until retiring from there in 1965.
   Mr. Taylor was a member of Epworth United Methodist Church and the King's Volunteers Sunday School Class and was a former member of the Holmes-Liberty and Sulphur Springs, Granges.
   Funeral services will be held Monday at 1:30 p.m. in the Wise Funeral Home. Rev. E. Parker West and Rev. Gerald D. Kalb will officiate and burial will be in Brokensword Cemetery.
   Friends may call any time after noon Sunday at the Wise Funeral Home, where the family will received callers from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Those who desire to do so may make memorial contributions to the Epworth United Metnodist Church.
 
Taylor, Mrs. Anna J.
     Mrs. Anna J. Taylor, 56, of 1239 Lakeside av., died Tuesday in City Hospital after a months illness.
     Born in Monroe County, Ohio, she was an Akron resident 30 years.
     Mrs. Taylor leaves her husband, George A.; two daughters, Mrs. Lucille King and Eva; five sons, Paul R., George R., Lee and Robert, all of Akron, and Edwin of Rittman; two sisters and five brothers in Monroe County, and two granddaughters.
     Services will be held at 2 pm Thursday in the Prentice & Co. Funeral Home, 856 Coburn st., the Rev. D. D. Davidson of the Milton Presbyterian Church of Rittman officiating.
     Burial will be in the Greenlawn Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home.
 
Taylor, Arthur G.
     Aurthur G. Taylor, 36, of Akron died Tuesday evening, Oct. 4, 1988.
     Mr. Taylor was born in Akron and was a life-long area resident who worked in the construction industry.
     He is survived by sisters, Carol Pinter and Patricia Christoff, both of Cuyahoga Falls.
     Funeral services 11 a.m. Friday from the Dunn-Quigley-Ciriello & Carr Falls Chapel (8th and Portage Trail).  Rev. C. Kenneth Hayes officiating.  Interment Northlawn Cemetery. Friends may call after 10 Friday Moring until service time.  (Dunn-Quigley-Ciriello & Carr, Falls Chapel, 253-81121.)
[Source: The Akron Beacon Journal; Akron, Ohio, Thursday, October 6, 1988, Page D10, col. 8]
 
Taylor, Arthur William
  Pvt. Arthur William "Bill" Taylor died of wounds suffered there Feb. 22.
     Marine Taylor's parents had also received one letter from him, written in a foxhold on the island before he died of wounds.  "I'd be much better if I could have ashave and a shower." he wrote.  "I'm still in one piece" he wrote.  A brother Pvt. Paul Taylor was first listed as missing in action in France and later was announced as wounded n action.  He is now back in an Illinois hospital with 28 stitches in his head from his wounds.  Taylor also leaves two sisters, Mrs. E. H. King and Eva.  He went overseas in October and the Iwa Jima conflict was his first battle.
 
 Taylor, Charles
Charles E. Taylor
 
WOODSFIELD - Charles E. Taylor, 59, of Woodsfield died Thursday (May 12, 2005).
 
Services are at 1 p.m. Sunday at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home in Woodsfield. Calling hours are from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home.
source: Marietta Times, May 13, 2005
 
Taylor, Clara
March 3, 1917
 
Taylor, Ebenezer
November 23, 1923
 
Taylor, Elizabeth J.
May 22, 1913
 
 
 
Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor
 
 March 27, 1929
 
 January 25, 1930
 
 
Taylor, Eva E. and Joseph H. Betts
               Joseph H. Betts, age 26 on the 11th day of March 1903; birthplace Calais, Ohio; father, John W. Betts; mother, Sarah A. SHUMAN; spouse, Eva E. Taylor was 37 years old in March 1903; birthplace, Calais; occupation, housekeeper; father, Jacob RUBEL; mother, Barbara Pfalzgraf; license issued on July 11, 1903; married, July 21, 1903 by Joseph Biedenbach, J. P.