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Wade, Lawrence
Source--Wetzel Co., W.Va.    Message Board
Published--February   2003
     Wade, Lawrence L., 73 of Cain Ridge, Clarington, Ohio, passed away Monday, Feb 10, 2003, at his home after a lenghty and courageous battle with cancer. He was born July 17, 1929 in Proctor, W. Va., a son of the late Elzie Wade and Florence Cecil Wade.
     He was retired from Conalco, Hannibal, Ohio, a veteran of the US Marine Corps, and a member of St. John's United Church of Christ, German Ridge., Monroe Co., Ohio.
He is survived by his wife, Janet Sue Hoskinson Wade of Clarington, Ohio; two daughters, Linda Wade and Sandy Wade, both of Woodsfield, Ohio; a son Roger Wade and his wife, Beth Ann Brown Wade of Bellaire, Ohio; two stepdaughters, Melinda Fulk and her husband, Jeff, of Athens, Ohio, and Amber Knowlton of Marietta, Ohio; two sisters, Beulah Stimpert and her husband, Elroy, of Sebring, Ohio, and Roxie Crane of New Martinsville, W. Va.; two grandsons, Joshua Wade and Eric Wade; two stepgrandaughters, Rowan Fulk and Cassandra Fulk; several nieces and nephews, extended family and countless friends.
     Friends received 2-9 p.m. Wednesday at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home, 100 S. Paul St., Woodsfield, Ohio where services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb 13, 2003, with the Rev. Richard Wilson officiating. Interment in the Oakland Cemetery, Woodsfield.
Memorial contributions may be made to St. John's United Church of Christ, 51705 German Ridge Road, Powhatan Point, Oh 43942, to a local Cancer Society or perhaps donate a pint of blood in his name.
 
Wahl, Clara J.
            Died: November 26, 1913. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
Wahl, George
               George Wahl died at his home in Monroefield, Ohio, Sunday, July 10, 1910, aged 70 years. He was of Catholic faith. Surviving are his wife and eight children. The funeral was held on Wednesday at Miltonsburg, Ohio.
Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Thursday, July 14, 1910
 
Wahl, Mrs. George
November 11, 1931
Source: Monroe County records
 
Wahl, Hazel J. (nee McCammon)
The Monroe County Beacon, dated Thursday, May 13, 2004
Hazel J. McCammon Wahl
 Hazel J. Wahl, 95, St. Joseph Care Center, Louisville, died May 6, 2004. She was born in Woodsfield, a daughter of the late Robert and Minnie Neuhart McCammon.
She had been a resident of the Canton-Massillon area since 1952. She was a former employee of Rus-Lee’s Restaurant in N. Canton and a member of St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church in Canton and a former member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Massillon and the Legion of Mary at the church.
Surviving are three daughters and sons-in-law, Rosemary and Cyril Burkhart, Lewisville, Elizabeth and Richard Wolford, of Dellroy, Evelyn and Karl Fahrni, East Canton; seven sons and four daughters-in-law, Paul and Marie Wahl, Sandyville, Bob Wahl, Venice, Fl., Frederick Wahl, Canton, Ray and Diane Wahl, and David and Sandi Wahl all of Louisville, Joseph and Patricia Wahl, Kennesaw, Ga, James Wahl, of Newark; two sisters, Ida Freitag, of Sewickley, Pa, Freda Jones, of Woodsfield; 37 grandchildren; 85 great-grandchildren; numerous great-great grandchildren
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Otto B. Wahl, on May 22, 1982; daughter, Martha McLaughlin, on November 1, 1995; sister Alice Davis, in 1995.
Friends received May 10 at Formet-Clevenger & Gordon Funeral HOme, Canton and May 11 at St. Sylvester Catholic church, Woodsfield, where Mass of Christian Burial was held, with Fr. David Gaydosik as celebrant. Burial in the church cemetery.
 
Wahl, John
March 28, 1917
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wahl, Joseph
August 2, 1914
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wahl, Kenny
February 26, 1913
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Walter, Anna Christina (nee Kronhardt)
               Anna Christina Walter, nee Kronhardt, died December 8, 1906, the daughter of Caspar and Anna WAGNER Kronhardt. She was born February 10, 1821. Spouse of Ludwig Walter.
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Frederick Walter [Source:The Spirit of Democracy Issue: Woodsfield, Ohio, January 19, 1899]
 
   We are called upon to chronicle the of our most beloved citizen, Frederick Walter, who died from pneumonia January 10, 1899, 38 years, 10 months, and 1 day of age. He was born March 9, 1860, and was married to Mrs. Louise Hoffmeister, nee Hoff on April 14, 1895, with whom he shared the joys and sorrows of life until the day of his .
 
  Mr. Walter was one of the most eArnest, active and popular residents of this community. He quietly fell into the sleep that knows no waking at this home at this place Tuesday morning. He had been in poor health for only a few days.
 
  He was a faithful and consistent member of the German Evangelical Church, having been confirmed in that faith in the year 1874.
 
  The family circle consisted of seven. Five young faces, three of which, Bessie Hoffmeister, Louisa Hoffmeister and Lena Hoffmeister, were the children of Mrs. Louisa Hoffmeister, the widowed wife of Herman Hoffmeister of Monroefield, Ohio, who consented only four short years ago to be a truthful and upright partner for Mr. Walter through life. These children received the same fatherly care as though they had been his own. He has left his own two children, Nellie Walter and Lillie Walter, both bright and intelligent little children. He also leaves two sisters and two brothers to mourn his loss.
 
  His pastor, the Reverend Gretzler, conducted the funeral services from the home. A large concourse of friends were present at the last sad rites. His burial was made in the German Evangelical cemetery.
 
 
Walter, George
               George Walter died December 18, 1906. He was born May 6, 1851, the son of Ludwig and Christina Kronhardt Walter.
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Walter, Geroge
George Walter, born: April 8, 1857; died: July 7, 1922
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Walter, Mrs. Louisa R. (nee Hoff)
               On Saturday morning July 29, 1905, at 4 o’clock, the angel entered our home and called our dear and beloved mother to her home of eternal rest, age 42 years, 8 months and 20 days
               Louisa R. Walter was the second daughter of Frederick and Margaret Hoff. She was born October 9, 1862, near Miltonsburg, Ohio. She was united in marriage to Herman HoffMEISTER October 1, 1885, who preceded her to the better land January 15, 1890, leaving three small daughters. Five years later she married Frederick Walter of Miltonsburg who departed this life January 10, 1899.
               She has been in poor health for several months, but no one thought her end was so near until a few days previous to her departure, when she was stricken very ill, which continued to grow worse until God released her of her sufferings and called her to her home of eternal happiness, where no sorrows or suffering ever come. The cause of her was Grave’s disease and nervousness. All that could be done was done with kind and willing hands, but all to no avail. She bore her sickness patiently and was never heard to utter a word of complaint. Before her , she bade all around her bedside good-bye and remarked: “I’m going to Jesus to meet my dear husband Herman.” She leaves to mourn her sad departure three daughters, Bessie, Louisa and Leona HoffMEISTER, a father, mother, one brother and three sisters, and a host of other relatives and friends. She was a kind and loving mother, and loved by all who knew her. She was laid to rest amid many beautiful flowers, in this German Evangelical cemetery, at 10 o’clock Monday morning. She united with the Evangelical Church in 1877 and has been a faithful member ever since. She also was a member of the Ladies’ Aid Society at the time of her . The funeral services were conducted by the Reverend F. A. Meusch.
               Our once so happy home is now robbed in mourning, and we realize the sorrow of desolation that rests over us when such a dear one is called away, but can only say, “God, we shall meet her in her eternal home, never more to part.
               When we think of her cheerfull face,
                        In this world of pain,
               Then of heaven’s abiding place,
                        In the realm of gain;
               Where no sorrows ever come,
                        That’s to be our home.
               May we meet our dear mamma,
                        Never more to part.  -Daughters.
Source: Newspaper clipping, 1905
Collection of Wilda Heft Bartenschlag
 
 
Walters, Arthur
            Died: August 25, 1921. Source: Monroe County death records
 
Walters, Barbara Ann
The Graduating Class of Warren High School announces its Commencement Exercises on Thursday evening May twenty-ninth nineteen hundred and sixty-nine at eight o'clock in the High School Gymnasium. Baccalaureate on Sunday evening, May twenty-fifth at eight o'clock in the Warren High school auditorium. Source: High School graduation announcement.
 
Walters, Barbara Ann and Delbert Leroy McFarland
            Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Walters request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Barbara Ann Walters to Mr. Delbert Leroy McFarland on Saturday, the fourteenth of June nineteen hundred and sixty-nine at one-thirty o'clock at the Gilman United Methodist Church, 312 Gilman Avenue, Marietta, Ohio. Source: Wedding Invitation.
 
Walters, Charlotte E.
            Born: November 17, 1929, died: November 9, 2000, residence: Sardis
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Walters, Delbert L.
            Died: June 25, 1913. Source: Monroe County death records
 
Walters, Elizabeth and James R. Alford                 X        
            James R. Alford and Elizabeth Walters, all of Center township, Monroe County, Ohio, were married August 31, 1871, by F. M. Beard, Esq.
Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, September 5, 1871
 
Walters, James J.
Died: October 23, 1914. Source: Monroe County death records
 
Walters, John
Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Saturday, July 5, 1845
            John Walters died Sunday evening last, June 29, 1845, of this township at about age 84 years. He was born in 1763, in Pennsylvania and came to Ohio in the early 1800s. John first settled in Belmont County before moving to Malaga township in Monroe County. He was a revolutionary soldier, receiving a pension for a number of years and was one out of 10 revolutionary pensioners residing in the County in 1840. There are but three now living.
 
 
Walters, Juliet
Died: June 12, 1924
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Walters, Leonard E.
Died: Sept. 19, 1921
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Walters, Louisa
Died: December 13, 1925
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Walters, Lucinda (nee JEFFERS)
               Today she sleeps beneath the sod and dew and her labors are over but she will live Long in the memory of her many acquaintances who survive her. again has visited us and taken our former neighbor and friend from this world of life to take her place in the silent chamber of the dead. Suddenly and unexpectedly she was called to that home in the great beyond, where we may all look, and gather consolation from our blessed Redeemer, that when our time shall come there will be a glorious reunion in that happy home above where sorrow and parting will be no more. Our Earnest prayer is that we all may live so that when our time is brought to a close that we may meet our loved ones in that land where is no more sickness and sorrow, and where we all can enjoy each other's presence through the boundless ages of a never ending eternity. The subject of this sketch, Lucinda Walters, nee JEFFERS, was born May 1, 1829 and died January 8, 1912, being at the time of her departure 82 years, 8 months and 7 days old. On October 9 1856, she was married to Albert Walters. To this union were born eight children, six of whom are living, the father and two children having preceded her to the great beyond several years ago. At the age of fourteen she realized that God was her Savious, and joined the M. E. church at Mt. Carrick. After moving to Wilding, W. Va., about thirty years ago, and there being no church of the above named, she united with the M. P. church, of which she remained a faithful member until she was called to her heavenly home above, where all is illuminated by Jesus love. Aunt Cinda, as she was commonly called, was a good woman, loved and respected by all who knew her. She was a always ready to lend a helping hand to the poor and needy in time of affliction. Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord, for they shall see God. The children have our sincere sympathy in their sad bereavement and may they look forWard to that blessed land where sad farewells never come and parting is no more. The funeral services were conducted by her pastor, Rev. Warren of the M. P. church of Wilding, W. Va., where her body was laid to await the resurrection.    H. J. Griffith.
Source:Newspaper clipping, Monroe County Ohio, January 1912
 
 
Walters, Sr, Richard Floyd
Source:The Daily Jeffersonian . . Cambridge, OH . . Dec 2001
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
            Richard Floyd Walters Sr., 74, of Cambridge, died Saturday (December 22, 2001) at The Ohio State University Medical Center, Columbus.
He was born January 14, 1927, in Sycamore Valley, Monroe County, son of the late Floyd and Odessa (Moberly) Walters.
            Mr. Walters retired from NCR. He was a U.S. Army veteran, having served during World War II and the Korean War.
He was a member of the Masonic Lodge 66, Scottish Rite of Cambridge, York Rite, Alladin Temple Shrine, Kambri Shrine and First United Methodist Church.
            He was 50-year member of American Legion Post 84 and a lifetime member of the VFW.
            He was a volunteer at Meadowbrook High School and served as Scoutmaster for Boy Scout Troop 546 of Byesville.
            He was preceded in death by two brothers, Harry and Elmer Walters; his first wife, Marjorie Todd Walters; and his second wife, Hazel Walters.
            He leaves his wife, Delores Heldman Walters of Cambridge, whom he married July 7, 1996; a daughter, Mrs. Mike (Carolyn) Stewart of Lancaster; a son, Rick (Kathy) Walters II of Cambridge; grandchildren, Elissa and Bradley Walters and Kimberly Stewart; four step-children, Mrs. Bill (Lynnda) Gress, Randy (Kari) Heldman, George Heldman, Richard (Susan) Heldman; several step-grandchildren; five step-great-grandchildren; two sisters, Wanda Foraker of Quaker City and Ruby Stallings of Marietta; and several nieces and nephews.
 
            Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Scott Funeral Home, Cambridge, where services will be 11 a.m. Thursday with the Rev. Dr. Terry Litton will officiate. The Rev. Allen Rose will assist. Masonic Lodge 66 will have services 6 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.
Burial will be in Northwood Cemetery. Military graveside services will be conducted by the Guernsey County Veterans Council.
 
 
Walton, Elizabeth
               Elizabeth Walton, aged 44 years, an inmate of the County infirmary, died at the institution January 1, 1916, from cirrhosis of the liver. The funeral was held Sunday services being conducted by the Reverend E. Seybold. Interment in infirmary cemetery.
Source:The Spirit of Democracy , Woodsfield, Ohio, Thursday, January 6, 1916
 
Walton, John S.
November 15, 1914
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Walton. Mrs. Mary A.
               Mrs. Mary A. Walton was born in Belmont County, Ohio and was one of a family of twelve. Five of whom are still living. She died Tuesday morning on March 9, 1915. She was united in marriage to Jeremiah Walton November 9, 1868. To this union six children were born, all of whom are living except an infant son, Jeremiah Walton, who preceded her to the better land. Those surviving are Mrs. Lewis Pfalzgraf and Thomas Walton of Round Bottom, Ohio; Mrs. John Pfalzgraf of Clarington, Ohio; and Wilhelm Walton of Columbus, Ohio.
Source: The Spirit of Democracy , Woodsfield, Ohio, Thurs., March 18, 1915
Collection of Gertrude Christman Kahrig
 
 
Walton, Minerva
October 31, 1917
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Walton, Thomas G.
1936
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Ward, Catherine
Died: February 19, 1913
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Ward, Estella
Died: June 6, 1936
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Ward, Homer L.
Died: September 3, 1917
 
Ward, Phebe Jane and Samuel F Aberick            X
            Samuel F. Aberick and Phebe Jane Ward were married February 26, 1875
Source: Monroe County marriage records
 
Ward, Phebe             ?????
77-3-4
17 Jul 1888
Adams Twp.
 
Ward, R.
Died: February 9, 1927. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
Ward, Rachel A.
Died: June 25, 1916. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
Ward, Sarah L.
January 25, 1921. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
 
 
Ward, Susan Ward
 
 
 
Aug. 11, 1920. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
 
 
Ward, W. D.
September 3, 1914. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
 
 
Ward, William A.
March 13, 1924. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
 
 
Warner, John B.
January 7, 1918. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
Warner, Virginia May
BARNESVILLE---The death of Miss Virginia May Warner, 87, occurred at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ella Brownfield on Jerusalem R. D. 2 Wednesday.  She had been ill for a long time.
  The deceased was a daughter of the late James and Mary Carpenter Warner.  She was a member of the Church of Christ at Seneca Valley.  Surviving are her sisters,  Mrs. Brownfield;  two brothers, James Warner of Cambridge R. D. 1 and W. W. Warner of Delaware and a number of nieces and nephews.
  The body will remain at the Steele Funeral Home in Somerton until 1 P.M. Friday when is will be taken to the Jerusalem Church of Christ for last rites at 2 o'clock in charge of Evangelist H. W. Bankes.  Interment will be in Jerusalem Cemetery.  Thursday 13 Sept. 1951 Jeffersonian.
 
 
Warren, Andrew H.
            Born: November 28, 1909. Died: November 15, 2001. Residence: Beallsville. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
Warrick, Ella

     Ella E. Warrick, 92, of 56783 Somerton Highway, Barnesville, died March 29 in Barnesville Hospital.  She was born Nov. 9, 1894 at Hannibal, daughter of the late Randolph and Sarah Haueisen Marty.

     She was a member of Somerton Methodist Church.

     Mrs. Warrick was preceded in death by her husband, Paul Warrick; six brothers; and five sisters.

     Surviving are several nieces and nephews.

     Services were held March 31 at Campbell-Plumly Funeral Home, Barnesville, with Rev. Ralph Hollingsworth and Rev. William Brown officiating. Burial in Somerton Cemetery.

   

 
Watson, Alfred
            Died: December 25, 1913. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
 
Watson, Clark B.
            Died: May 5, 1935. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
 
Watson, Elizabeth
            Died: December 31, 1915. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
 
 
 
 
Watson, Esther A. Watson
 
 
 
December 2, 1937. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
 
 
Watters, Helen G. Watters
 
 
 
 December 29, 1927. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
 
 
Watters, Robert N. Watters
 
 
 
November 29, 1923. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
 
 
Way, Ottilia F. Oblinger Way
 
Malaga
 
January 13, 1919
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records.
 
Wayt, Jasper " Richard"
Source--Brook Review    Brooke County, West Virginia
Published--August 20, 1998 
 
  Wayt, Jasper "Richard" , 84, of 129 Shangra La Lane, Wellsburg died Saturday,
August 15, 1998, in Lancia Villa Royale Nursing Home, Steubenville. He was a
retired West Virginia State Trooper with 16 years of services, a Methodist and a
Navy veteran of World War II.
  He was preceded in death by his parents, Benjaminn F."Frank" and Katherine
A. Evans Wayt ; two brothers; three sisters; a grandson, Barry B. Butler in 1993.
  Surviving are his wife, T. Louise Howard Wayt ; a son James Wayt of Stubenville;
a daughter, Mrs. William (Evelyn) Butler of Sardis, six grandchildren; four great-
grandchildren.
  Friends receive 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Monday at Chambers Funeral Home, 1030
Main Street, Wellsburg, where services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Interment in Highland Cemetery, Cameron.
 
Wayne, Lucy J.
June 9, 1913. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
 
WEAVER, John
            John Weaver, son of Mr. And Mrs. Lewis Weaver passed away Saturday evening, June 23, 1906, age 21 years, 9 months and 16 days. Mr. Weaver came from Sarahsville, the home of his parents, to Woodsfield about three years ago
 where he had employment at the station of the O.R. & W. R’y. Less than a year ago he was united in marriage to Miss Mary Oblinger by Rev. R.W. Martin of the M. E. church of Shadyside, and it became his painful duty to conduct the funeral services Monday at 2:30 p.m. Internment in the Woodsfield cemetery.
            He was a dear good husband, and loved by all with whom he came in contact, always courteous and kind and performing his duties with care, respected and trusted by his employers.
            He leaves a wife and little son, HoWard Oblinger, father, mother, two
 brothers, one sister, and a host of friends to mourn. The pall bearers were Lee WEST, Ben Taylor, Roy Baker, Mr. SPRIGGS, Joe LETSEITER and Dawes HARKINS.
            The many friends of the deceased extended kind sympathies to the young
 wife, bereaved parents and relatives.
             Those in attendance at the funeral from a distance were his brother Herman and sister Rose, of Canton, father, mother, aunt, two cousins, classmates
 and many friends from Sarahsville, and his brother George and family of Pleasant City.
CARD OF THANKS
             I desire to thank the friends and neighbors for the many kindnesses shown us during the sickness and of my dear husband and also for the
 beautiful flowers sent not only while sick but at the last.     Mary Oblinger Weaver
Source:Newspaper clipping, June 1906
Provided by Jim Simmons
 
, 1908
WEAVER, Mrs. Rachel
            Mrs. Rachel Weaver, wife of Lewis Weaver of Sarahsville, died February 5 at
 8 o’clock a.m. with heart trouble and was laid away Friday, February 7, 1908. Rev. Warner of Zanesville conducting the funeral.
            She was married to Lewis Weaver in December 1869, Having lived over 38
years together. To this union were born five children two sons William and John, having preceded her to the better world where parting is known no more forever.
            A husband and three children are left to mourn, George of Pleasant City, and Rose and Harman, of Canton, O. The deceased was the first of eleven children to die, all are grown, 3 brothers and 2 sisters attended the funeral.
            The floral offerings were many and beautiful conveying with them heartfelt sympathy.
            A number of friends from Byesville, Woodsfield, Cambridge and Summerfield
 attended the funeral.
Source:Newspaper clipping, February 1908
 
 
Webb, Charles A. Webb
January 2, 1917, residence, Beallsville, Ohio
Source: Monroe County death records.
 
 
Webb, Dorothea
Died: March 21, 1915. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
Webb. Samuel George and Miss Sandra Kaye Bintz                  X

   Miss Sandra Kaye Bintz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence George Bintz, of New Athens, and Samuel George Webb, son of Mrs. Elwood Linton of New Athens, and of George Webb, of Reinersville, exchanged vows Saturday afternoon, November fourth, 1967.

   The Rev. R. A. White performed the double ring service in the New Athens Methodist Church. Palms gladioli and White daisy mums decorated the sanctuary. The custom of open church was observed.

   The bride's father gave her in marriage. She chose an original peaude sole and Belgium lace gown with an empire lace bodice with Long sleeves. The A-line skirt had a wide vertical lace insert and the watteau peau train was tiered and embellished with lace. Her veil of French illusion was caught to a lace half hat with a Peau Dior bow. She carried a White Bible covered with yellow and White Roses and ribbon streamers accented with stephanotis and lily of the valley.

   Mrs. Eugene Roberts, of New Athens was matron of honor. Mrs. Robert Koehler of Washington, Pa., and Mrs. James Johnson of St. Clairsville, were bride's matrons.

   Eugene Roberts was best man and ushers were John Harris, of Flushing and Garry Gaines of Cadiz.

   The reception was held in the church annex with aunts of the bride, Mrs. Thomas Weekley of Marietta, and Mrs. James Wehr of Barnesville, and also Mrs. Jay Knight, of Akron and Miss Linda Laubert, ofBeallsville, Ohio, serving as aides. Serving were Mrs. Harold Carter and Mrs. Tillie Carter.

   The new Mrs. Webb was graduated in 1964 from Franklin High School, New Athens, and in 1967 from the Ohio Valley General Hospital School of Nursing in Wheeling W. Va. She is a nurse in this hospital.

   Mr. Webb was graduated from Franklin High School in 1959, and served in the U. S. Navy for four years. He is now employed at Cadiz Auto Parts. They will reside in New Athens. The bride is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bintz of Lewisville, Route 1.

Provided by Mary Eva Betts Christman, typed by Blanch Graham

 
Webb, Louisa
Died: March 4, 1913. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
Webb, Luella N.
Died: October 23, 1914. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
 
 
Webb, Oakley Webb
 
 
 
August 14, 1915. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
 
 
Webb, Thomas L. Webb
 
 
 
May 29, 1927. Source: Monroe County death records.
 

NOV."28. 1974

RETIREMENT

Alton Weber

Source: The Monroe County Beacon

 

     Alton Weber has retired after thirty-four years of service with The Ohio Bell Telephone Co., serving his entire career in the Plant Department of the Company.

     Mr. Weber started as a cable splicers helper, then cable splicer and installer in Steubenville, Ohio.

     Moving to Woods field, Ohio in 1946, he was combination man, Barnesville Plant Chief; Steubenville again as Staff foreman; Columbus, Ohio. Staff Plant Department; East Liverpool, Ohio, Plant Chief, and again Columbus, Ohio, Staff Supervisor of Special Equipment Plant Department.

     Mr. Weber and wife, Beatrice (formerly Beatrice Beaver, of Antioch) are now at home to their many friends, at 201 Plum Street, Woodsfield.

     The Webers are the parents of one daughter, Beverly, (Mrs. Ross Watson) of Reynoldsburg. Ohio and have three lively grandsons, Greg, Todd and Heath.

Mr. Weber is the son of, Mrs. Ora Weber, of Lewisville, and the late Solomon Weber.

     Mr. Weber was honored by his many friends and co-workers with a retirement dinner party November 23 at King's Inn Supper Club, Columbus.

 
Weber, Alton G.
Source:The Times Leader, Martins Ferry, Ohio, dated Wednesday, April 23, 2003
            Alton G. Weber, 84, of Sterling House, Newark, Ohio, formerly of Woodsfield, Ohio died Tuesday, April 22, 2003, at Newark. He was born May 13, 1918, in Monroe County, Ohio, a son of the late Solomon Weber and Ora Crum Weber.
He was a retired employee of the Bell Telephone Company, retiring as district plant supervisor. He was a member of the Woodsfield Church of Christ and also the Masonic Lodge of Woodsfield.
            Preceded in death by his wife Beatrice Beaver Weber, October 1, 1998, also one sister, Grace Devoe and one brother, Frank Weber.
            Surviving are one daughter, Beverly Watson and her husband Ross, Pataskala, Ohio; four brothers, Ralph Weber, Sterling, Ohio; Merle Weber, Phoenix, Arizona; Edsel Weber, Lakeland, Florida and Roger Weber, Wadsworth, Ohio; three grandchildren: Gregory Watson and his wife Donna, Todd Watson and his wife Diane, and Heath Watson; four great grandchildren: Sandra, Brittney, Courtney and Brenton.
            Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday and from 12 noon until time of service at 1 p.m., Friday, April 25, 2003, at the Bauer-Turner Funeral Home, 100 S. Paul St., Woodsfield, Ohio, with Minister Loran Dace and Keith Jones, officiating. Interment in the Oaklawn Cemetery, Woodsfield, Ohio.
 
Weber, Barbara
Source: Monroe County death records
Woodsfield, Ohio, December 25, 1840
               Miss Barbara Weber was born October 22, 1819, in Schoenau, Bavaria; Germany; father, Peter WEBER; mother, Sophia SCHENK; died December 25, 1840; aged 21 years, 2 months, and 3 days; Landed in America 1833.
 
Weber, Barbara
June 11, 1849
November 20, 1916
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records.
 
Weber, Barbara Hoff
Source: Monroe County records
Woodsfield, Ohio, June 1, 1916
               Barbara Hoff Weber died in Summit township, Monroe County, Ohio on June 1, 1916; cause of , cancer of uterus; born in Ohio October 5, 1881; occupation, housework; father, George Hoff.
 
Weber, Beatrice Regina (nee Beaver)
Gender:  Female
Date of Death:  01 October 1998
Birth Date:  15 August 1918
Volume:  31695
Certificate:  076918
Autopsy:  No
Social Security Number:  280208218
Father's Surname:  Beaver
Time of Death:  5:20 PM
Marital Status:  Married
Hispanic Origin:  Non Hispanic
Place of Death:  Hospital/Inpatient
Years of Schooling:  12
Certifier:  Physician
Referred to Coroner:  No
Method of Disposition:  Burial
Mother's Surname:  Koonse
Race:  White
Birth Place:  Washington County, Ohio
Residence:  Ohio
Age:  80
Social Security death records, provided by becky Graham Stephenson
 
Weber, Benjamin O.

1965

DEATH

Benjamin O. Weber

   Benjamin O. Weber, 74, of Lewisville, a retired blacksmith, died Saturday night, December 4, 1965, at 11:45 o'clock, at his home after several months illness.

  Mr. Weber was born November 18, 1891, in Monroe County, a son of George L. and Rose Ann Christman Weber.

   Surviving are his widow, Nellie; three daughters, Mrs. William (Catherine) Weber, of Pasadena, Texas; Mrs. Donald (Marjorie) Cadwallader, of New Philadelphia, and Mrs. Willis R. (Dorothy) Pettit, of Akron; two sons, Lewis E. Weber of Akron and Paul L. Weber of Lebanon, Illinois; fourteen grandchildren; five great grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Freda Landefeld, of Columbus; and four brothers, Gilbert Weber, of Woodsfield; Solomon Weber, and Walter Weber of near Lewisville and Homer Weber of Oblong, Illinois.

   Mr. Weber was a member of the Buchanan Presbyterian Church

Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock in the Buchanan Presbyterian Church, with Rev. Boyd S. Burd officiating. Burial was in Friendship Cemetery at Lewisville with the Gardner Funeral Home in charge.

 
Weber, Catherine
Died: October 19, 1918, residence: Lewisville
Source: Monroe County death records.
 
Weber, Charles Christian  [Source:The Spirit of Democracy Woodsfield, Ohio, Thurs., March 1, 1894]
  Charles Christian Weber was born May 16, 1824, in Schanau Rhine Kries, Bayern, Germany and died near Lewisville, Ohio, February 22, 1894, at the age of 70 years, 9 months and 6 days. In 1833, he came to the US with his parents, David and Margaret Schenk Weber, and settled in Summit township, Monroe County, near Lewisville, Ohio. C. C. married Salome Meckling on December 6, 1845. Salome died May 11,1879. Salome and C. C. are buried in St. John’s Middle Church cemetery, near Lewisville. They had four daughters and eight sons - - all survive but one son. Seven are married and live near the home farm, two sons and two daughters are still at home.
 
Weber, Charles H.
Born: April 9, 1864 Lewisville
 
March 13, 1934
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records.
 
Weber, Christopher
May 1930
Lewisville
Source: Monroe County death records
 

1966

DEATH

Clarence Weber

     Clarence C. Weber, 74, of near Woodsfield, died Monday evening, August 15, 1966 at eight o'clock, at his home. He had been in failing health for some time.

     Born July 25, 1892, near Woodsfield, he was a son of the late Charles Henry and Elizabeth Motter Weber. He was a retired farmer.

     Surviving are his widow, the former Emma Neibch; a sister, Mrs. Boyd Smith, of Canton; two nephews, and a niece.

     Funeral services will be held this Thursday afternoon at two o'clock in the Bauer and Turner Funeral Chapel, with Reverend Donald Stump officiating. Burial will be in Oaklawn Cemetery.

 
Weber, Daniel E.
Died: April 16, 1922
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weber, David
David Weber died April 8, 1846 in Ohio, age 64 years. He was born in 1782. Married in 1810 to Margaretha Schenk.
 
Weber, Dennis and Ruth
            Lewisville, Ohio - Dennis and Ruth Weber of 34045 State Route 78, Lewisville, observed their 60th wedding anniversary on July 14. Ruth Jeanette Ridgway, daughter of the late Charles and Emma Kilzer Ridgway, and Dennis John Weber, son of the late John and Jennie Wihler Weber, were married July 14, 1944, in Aiken, S.C., by Judge James E. Parker.
            Weber is a retiree of Ormet Corp. and Mrs. Weber is a full-time homemaker. They have been members of Buchanan Presbyterian Church for 57 years. They are also 50-year members of Huffman Grange 2513.
            The couple's children are Delvin Edward Weber, who is deceased; William and Brenda Carol Weber Rice of Marietta; and Kevin Dennis and Milinda Weber of Macksburg.
            Their grandchildren are Stacy Yvette Lee, Jessica Marie Weber, Kimberly Ann Weber and Zackary Taylor Mick. Allison Marie Riggs is a stepgrandchild. Their great-grandchildren are Jared Evan Lee, Breanna Elizabeth Lee and Carly Nicole Weber.
            Mr. and Mrs. Weber were honored with a surprise celebration at the annual Weber reunion, which was held July 17 at Rubel Park in Woodsfield.
Source: Marietta Times, Saturday, July 31, 2004
 
Weber, Mr. and Mrs. David E

1952

GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY

Source: Monroe County Beacon

   Mr. and Mrs. David E. Weber celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary Sunday, June 1, 1952, at their home on Lewisville, Route 1. Their family of six sons an three daughters with their own families enjoyed a chicken dinner with all the trimmings..

Mr. and Mrs. Weber and their sons and daughters attended church service at Buchanan Sunday morning at 9:15. Three daughters-in-law, Mrs. Raymond Weber, Mrs. Irvin Weber and Mrs. Lawrence Weber remained at the family home to prepare dinner for the entire family of forty-three.

   Mr. David H. Weber and Miss Clara Matilda Yoho were united in marriage at Woodsfiled, Ohio, on May 28, 1902. To this union were born the following children.

   Raymond Weber of Zanesville; Floyd Weber of Lewisville; Mrs. Ben (Viola) Winland of Barnesville; Mrs. Merle (Laura) Fisher, Mrs. Elbert (Zelda) Betts and Willard Weber of Lewisville; Irvin Weber of Reynoldsburg, Ohio; Lawrence Weber and Earl Weber of Newark, Ohio.

   The couple have twenty grandchildren and one great grandson. They have spent their married years in the Lewisville community.

   The following neighbors, friends and relatives registered during the afternoon hours.

   Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Weber and son Reggie; Mrs. Ida Lisk; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lisk; Larry Lisk; John E. Lisk; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Neibch; Mrs. Anna Hoff; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Young; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lahue; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lahue and son; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watters and two children; Mrs. J. E. Morris; Miss Virginia Lee Morris; Mrs. Maywood Carpenter and daughter Carolyn; M. M. Fisher; Mrs. Walter Foehrenbach; Mrs. Levi Miller; Mrs. Lee Truex; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Yoho; Barbara Ann Yoho; Mrs. Sara Yoho; Mrs. Clarence Stimpert; Rev. and Mrs. Benjamin S. Woodruff; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stimpert; Mrs. Matilda Egger; Henry Kilburn; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith; Mrs. Stella Brigham; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Yoho.

   Mr. and Mrs. George Young; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Young and family; Mr. and Mrs. George Hoff; Miss Raymond Nau; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lisk; Mrs. Minnie Geldmacher; Miss Beulah Heft; Mr. and Mrs. John Heft; Mr. and Mrs.Charles E. Weber; Miss Clara Weber; Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Haren; Mr. and Mrs. William Hehr; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fisher; Mrs. Earl Harmon and children; Mrs. Josphine Hinderlong; Mrs. Katie Weber; Miss Edna Weber; Herbert Stimpert; Paul Stimpert; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Weber and children; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Steele and two daughters; Mr. and Mrs. John H. Weber; Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Weber; Frank Weber; Mr. and Mrs. George Cline; Mrs. Charles Billman; Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Weber and family; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friday.

   If any names were omitted it is because they failed to register.

   Mr. and Mrs. Weber wish to thank all for their visits and for all the lovely gifts they received.

 

OCT. 24, 1974

LISTED IN WHO’S WHO

Miss Deborah Weber

Source: The Monroe County Beacon

 

     Miss Deborah Weber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon N. Weber, 1308 Omaha

Road, Bellefontaine, Ohio, and grand daughter of Wesley T. Weber, Route I,

Lewisville, was recently notified that she will be featured in the Eighth Annual

Edition of Who's Who Among American High School Students, 1973-74.

     Less than three per cent of juniors and seniors in the nation's high schools are awarded this recognition.

     A 1974 graduate of Bellefontaine High School, she was active in Future Homemakers of America, Spanish Club and Chorus during her high school years. She was an alternate to Buckeye Girls State and received an Award of Distinction from Home Economics Co-Op class.

     The young woman will have her biography published in the book and will compete for scholarships funded by the publishers, also participating in the firm's annual survey of high achievers. She plans to enter college in the fall of 1975.

 

 
Weber, Emma C.
Source--Monroe County Beacon    Woodsfield, Ohio
Published---December  1979
  Weber, Emma C., 88, of South Paul Street, Woodsfield, died Thursday,
December 20, 1979, at The Barnesville Hospital.
  She was a member of St. Paul's United Church of Christ, Woodsfield.
  She was preceded in death by her husband, Clarence Weber in 1966.
  Surviving are two sisters, Louella Neibch of Woodsfield and Leona
LaFallett of Akron, and one niece and one nephew.
  Friends were received at The Bauer-Turner Funeral Home. Burial was
in Oaklawn Cemetery.
 
Weber, E. L.
Died: July 29, 1937
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weber, Elizabeth
Died: March 22, 1927
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Source: The Marietta Times, dated, Friday, July 4, 2003
              
Francis Edgar 'Fritz' Weber
 
VIENNA, W.Va. - Francis Edgar "Fritz" Weber, 74, of 1303 20th St., Vienna, died at 10:53 a.m. Wednesday (July 2, 2003) at St. Joseph's Hospital in Parkersburg.
He was born Aug. 9, 1928, in Lewisville, Ohio, to John and Jennie Pearl Wihler Weber. He was a retired supervisor for the Ohio Oil Gathering Corp. He was a U.S. Air Force veteran. He was also an avid golfer and Ohio State Buckeye fan.
 
He is survived by his wife, Mary Whitlock Weber, whom he married March 30, 1996; one son, Terry Weber and his wife, Teresa, of Reader, W.Va.; one daughter, Toni Weber of Woodsfield; one brother, Dennis Weber of Lewisville; five sisters, Delores Strickling of Grove City, Ohio, Eileen Cline of Lewisville, Vera Van Meter of Kent, Ohio, Eleanor Farkas of Massillon and Melba Tuel of Tallmadge, Ohio; one granddaughter, Alyson Weber; and several nieces and nephews.
 
He was preceded in death by his parents; four brothers, Eugene, Lloyd, Roy and Wilbur Weber; and one sister, Thelma  Anderson.
 
Services are at 2 p.m. Saturday at Watters Funeral Home in Woodsfield with the Rev. Keith Hostutler officiating. Burial will follow in Buchanan Cemetery near Lewisville with full military graveside services. Friends will be received from 11 a.m. until the time of service at the funeral home.
 
Weber, Frank
 SSN:   273-12-6665
 Last Residence:   44270 Rittman, Wayne, OH
 Born:   13 Aug 1913
 Last Benefit:     
 Died:   Jun 1987
 State (Year) SSN issued:   OH (Before 1951)
[Source:Social Security Death Index]
Weber, Frank D 
  Volume: 26915 Certificate: 045313
  Autopsy: Yes - Used for certification Gender: Male
  Date of Death: 27 June 1987 SSN: 273126665
  Birth Date: 13 August 1913 Father's Surname:  
  Time of Death:   Age: 73 Years
  Birth Place: Ohio Marital Status: Married
  Residence: Rittman, Wayne County Hispanic Origin: British,
Scotch-Irish, Welsh, Scottish
  Years of Schooling:   Certifier: Coroner
  Referred to Coroner:   Branch of Service:  
  Method of Disposition:  
  Place of Death: Wadsworth, Medina County
  Race: White
[Source:Ohio Deaths] Provided by Becky Graham Stephenson
 
Weber, George William
Source:The Monroe County Beacon, Woodsfield, Ohio, September 1951
Collection of Gertrude Christman Kahrig
 George William Weber, 44, of 136 Ohio Street, Barnesville, Ohio died in the Ohio Valley General Hospital, Wheeling, West Virginia, Monday evening at 8:00 o’clock, September 10, 1951. He had been seriously ill for many months, having been in the hospital since May.
 A son of the late William J. and Gertrude Claus Weber, he was born near Lewisville on March 2, 1907. He was confirmed at St. John’s Evangelical and Reformed Church in his youth.
 In October 1929 he was united in marriage to Miss Lina Beardmore. In addition to his wife he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Paul (Evelyn) Samson, of Barnesville; Jean and Myra Lee Weber, of the home; one grandchild, Bruce Samson, of Barnesville, and the following brothers and sisters, Alfred Weber and Mrs. Clinton (Emma Weber) Lent, of Quaker City, Ohio; Wesley Weber, Mrs. Ernest (Marcella) Hoff, and Mrs. Willard (Margaret) Weber, all of Lewisville, and William Weber, of Gladwater, Texas.
 Funeral services will be held in the Campbell funeral home this Thursday morning at 10:30 with the Evangelist Amos Orrison officiating. Interment will be made in Crestview cemetery at Barnesville.
 
Weber, Gilbert F.

     Gilbert F. Weber, 80, of Lewisville Route 1, died Friday morning, December 24, 1976, at 12:30 o'clock at his home of an apparent heart attack.

     He was born in Monroe County, Ohio, September 28, 1896, a son of the late George L. and Roseann Christman Weber.

     Mr. Weber was a retire employee of the Pure Oil Company, a member of the Woodsfield Presbyterian Church and a s veteran of World War I.  He was a member of Monroe Post No. 87, American Legion, Woodsfield; Monroe Lodge No. 189, F.&A.M., Woodsfield, and Holmes County Chapter No. 371, Order of Eastern Star, Millersburg, Ohio.

     Surviving are his wife, Marcella Hoff Weber; five step-daughters, Mrs. Betty Ischy, of Lewisville; Mrs. Iva Mae Wise and Mrs. Dorothy Morris, of Barnesville; Mrs. Eileen Wise, of Belmont, and Mrs. Juanita Blair, of Marietta; fourteen step-grandchildren; two great step-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Freda Landefeld, of Columbus, and two brothers, Walter Weber, of Lewisville, and Homer Weber, of Morgantown, Indiana, and several nieces and nephews.  His first wife, Edith Easton Weber, preceded him in death July 27, 1972.

     Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at two o'clock in the Bauer and Turner Funeral Chapel, with Rev. Fred Nippert officiating.  Burial was in Oaklawn Cemetery, Woodsfield.

 
Weber, Homer Theadore

February 5, 1987

The Monroe County Beacon, Woodsfield, Ohio

Homer T. Weber

     Homer T. Weber, 83, of Route 3, Morgantown, IN, died Jan. 30 in St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis, Indiana.  He was born at Lewisville September 15, 1903, son of the late George L. and Rosann Christman Weber.

     He was retired from the Marathon Oil Company after 38 years of service as a field driller operator.  He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Martinsville, Indiana, and a 50 year member of the Masonic Lodge of Millersburg.

     He is survived by his wife, Leora Young Weber of Morgantown, Indiana; one son, Wayne E. Weber of Morgantown, Indiana; two grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Freda Landefeld of Columbus.

     He was preceded in death by four brothers and one sister.

     Friends were received at the Bauer-Turner Funeral Home, Woodsfield, where services were held February 2 with Reverend Gary Wilson of Trinity United Church of Christ officiating. Burial in Oaklawn Cemetery, Woodsfield, Ohio.

 

 

 
Weber, Jack
            Died: January 28, 1919
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Weber, Jacob W.
            Died: March 9, 1935
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Weber, Jacob
            Died: November 20, 1923
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weber, John H.
  On Thursday, April 3, 1958., the two oldest granddaughters of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Weber,
of Lewisville, Route 1, gave birth to babies at St. Joseph's Hospital, Phoenix, Arizona.
   A six pound, four ounce son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert HoWard. Mrs. HoWard is the daughter of Mrs. Thelma Anderson, of Mentone, California.
   A seven pound, eleven ounce daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Austin Lynn. Mrs. Lynn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weber, of Phoenix, Arizona.
 

OCT. 24. 1974

90th BIRTHDAY

John H. Weber

Source: The Monroe County Beacon 

 

     John H. Weber, of Lewisville, Route l, will observe his 90th birthday on October 30th. Mr. Weber worked in the oil field most of his life as a contractor and driller, and farmed on a small scale. He was, also, active in the community, serving on the school board for several years, and on Lewisville Council.

     Mr. Weber and his wife, Jennie Wheeler Weber reside in Lewisville. He would enjoy a card from his relatives and friends to help celebrate the occasion.

 
Weber, Mr. Leighton and Miss Thelma Ackerman                       
            Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Thelma Ackerman and Leighton Weber.
            The wedding was quietly solemnized Saturday morning, December 15th, 1931, in the Lutheran parsonage at Wheeling, West Virginia.
            Mrs. Weber is the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ackerman and Mr. Weber is the elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Weber of near Oaklawn Avenue, Woodsfield, Ohio. He is employed at Drum’s garage. Many friends extend congratulations. Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Thursday, December 31, 1931
 
Weber, Lloyd Harold
Source:Monroe County Beacon, March 29, 2001
    Weber, Lloyd Harold, 84, 904 Park Avenue, New Matamoras, died March 26, 2001 at home, in Washington County. He was born, December 20, 1916 in Lewisville, a son of the late John H. Weber and Jennie Wheeler Weber.
    He was a member of Harmony Hill Baptist Church, was a rigger for Babcox-Wilcox Boiler Factory, Barberton, where he worked 33 years, was a member of Matamoras Senior Citizens and All Faith Choir.
    Surviving are his wife, Opal Cline Weber, New Matamoras, whom he married September 1, 1948,  two sons, Harold Dean Weber and his wife Sally, Doylestown,  Gary Richard Weber and his wife Roberta, Norton;  a daughter, Mrs. Steven (DianaKay) Starr, Doylestown;  11 grandchildren;  eight great-grandchildren;  three brothers, Roy Weber, Phoenix, Arizona,  Dennis Weber, Lewisville,  Francis Weber, Vienna, West Virginia;  five sisters, Melba Tuel, Talmage, Delores Strickling, Washington Court House, Vera Van Meter, Kent, Eleanor Farcas, Canton,  Eileen Cline, Lewisville.
    In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by a grandchild, Garrett Todd Starr; two brothers, Eugene and Wilbur Weber;  a sister, Thelma Anderson.
    Friends were received March 22 at Halley Funeral Home, New Matamoras, where services were held March 23,  with Rev. Marvin Wagner and Rev. Ron Weber officiating. Burial in Presbyterian Cemetery, Brownsville.
    Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Marietta, 900 Third Street, Marietta,Ohio 45750.
 
Weber, Lucian Doan
Published---1972
            Lucian Doan Weber ,53, of 100 Cherry Street,  Woodsfield, Ohio, was killed Thursday afternoon, August 24, 1972, at  4:25 o'clock, in a tractor accident on his farm on Moose Ridge Road.
     He was born December 2, 1918, in Woodsfield, the son of the late Lucian Lawrence Weber and Carrie Doan Weber Martin.
    On October 1, 1938, he was united in marriage with Marjorie Norris.
    Mr. Weber was owner of The Woodsfield Packing Co.  He was a World War II veteran; a member of The Woodsfield United Methodist Church ;  Monroe Lodge No.189, F.&A.M. ; Monroe County Shrine Club ; Woodsfield Lodge No.338,  Knights of Pythias ;  Alladdin Temple of Columbus, Ohio ;  Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Cambridge ; Monroe County Post No 5303,  Veterans of Foreign Wars ;  Monroe County Farm Bureau and The Switzerland of Ohio Country Club.
    Surviving are his mother,  Mrs. Carrie Martin; his wife, Marjorie Norris Weber ; two sons, John Weber and Stephen Weber, of Woodsfield ; one daughter, Miss Linda Weber, of the home ; three grandchildren, Kristine, Kimberly and Todd Weber; one brother, Frank Martin, of  Woodsfield, and two sisters, Mrs. John (Dama)  Wilms, of West Lafayette, Indiana, and Mrs. Donald (Ruth) Lafferre, of Lewisville.
    Friends were received at The Bauer and Turner Funeral Home where Masonic services
and K. of P. services were held Saturday evening.
    Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at two o'clock in The Bauer and Turner Chapel with Rev. George Bender officiating. Interment was in Oaklawn Cemetery.
 
Weber, Magdalena
Born: January 15 1854, Lewisville, died: June 26, 1933, residence: Lewisville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weber, Marcella Viola
Born: April 11, 1911, died: March 12, 2000, residence: Lewisville
Source: Monroe County death records

Marcella Weber

     Marcella Weber, 88, of SR 78, Lewisville, died March 12, 2000, at the Woodsfield Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.  She was born in Monroe County, April 11, 1911, a daughter of the late William J. Weber and Gertrude Claus Weber.

     She was a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church of Christ, Lewisville, the Women’s Guild, a member of the Rebekah Lodge of Lewisville, and was member of the Eastern Star of Woodsfield. 

     Surviving are five daughters and four sons-in-law, Mrs. Vernon (Betty) Ischy, Lewisville, Iva Wise, Barnesville, Mrs. William (Eileen) Wise, Belmont, Mrs. Sheldon (Juineta)Blair, Tucson, Arizona, Mrs. Robert (Dorothy) Morris, Barnesville; a sister, Margaret Weber, Lewisville; a brother, William J. Weber, Brooksville, Florida; 14 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.

     In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her first husband, Ernest Hoff; 1971; second husband, Gilbert Weber, 1976,; two grandsons; a son-in-law, Sam Wise; three brothers, Wesley Alfred and George Weber; a sister, Emma Lent.

     Friends were received March 14 at the Bauer-Turner Funeral Home, Woodsfield, where services will be held March 15, at 1 p.m. with  Rev. William Worcester officiating. Interment in Friendship Cemetery, Lewisville.

     Eastern Star and Rebekah Lodge services were held March 14.

     Memorial contributions may be made to the Hospice of Guernsey, P.O. Box 1537, Cambridge, Ohio 43725 and or the Trinity United Church of Christ, 47345 Lewisville-Northern Rd., Lewisville, Ohio 43754.

Thursday, March 16, 2000

Monroe County, Beacon, Woodsfield, Ohio

 
Weber, Margaret G.
 
May 4, 1918
 
May 9, 2000
 
Lewisville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weber, Mary C.
 
 
 
November 11, 1923
 
Lewisville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weber, Mary E. Weber
 
 
 
January 17, 1925
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Weber, Mrs. Fred Weber
 
 
 
October 17, 1918
Lewisville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weber, Philip S. Weber
 
September 20, 1849 Monroe Co.
 
April 12, 1936
 
Lewisville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weber, Richard and Mary Jo(Flynn)
Source--Daily  Jeffersonian     Cambridge, Ohio
Published--July 23, 1990
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weber of Slaughter Hill Road will celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary on July 23.
A family dinner is planned in honor of the couple.
On July 23, 1960, Mary Jo Flynn, daughter of Mrs. Frank (Josephine) Christman of Woodsfield and the late Emmett Flynn, and Richard Weber, son of Wesley Weber of Lewisville and the late Emma Weber , were united in marriage by Reverend George Barnes at Saint Peters Evangelical and Reformed Church.
Their attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Kahrig.
Mrs. Weber is a homemaker and has served as central Committeeman for the Quernsey County Board of Election for several years.
Mr. Weber is a mechanic at Tire America. They are members of Central United Methodist Church.
They are the parents of two daughters, Mrs. Thomas (Terri) Crawford and Mrs. Danny (Kathy) Williams, both of Cambridge, and Richard Weber Jr. of Cambridge. They have three grandchildren.
 
 
Weber, Robert F.
January 2, 1937
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weber, Ruth Ann and Lewis William Kahrig
               Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Weber request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their daughter, Ruth Ann Weber, to Mr. Lewis William Kahrig, on Saturday, the twenty-eighth of June, nineteen hundred and fifty-eight at seven-thirty o'clock E. S. T. at Saint John's United Church of Christ, Lewisville, Ohio. Source: Wedding announcement.
 
Weber, Samuel Otto
               Samuel Otto WEBER, aged 22 years, eight months, and 24 days, of Lewisville, Ohio, died August 10, 1904, from typhoid fever. Deceased was a member of the Presbyterian Church. He leaves a father, mother, one sister, and four brothers. The funeral took place Thursday, August 11, conducted by the Reverend Theodore A. Hafele. Interment in the Buchanan cemetery.
Source: The Spirit of Democracy , Woodsfield, Ohio, Thurs., August 18, 1904
Collection of Gertrude Christman Kahrig
 
 
Weber, Savilla Weber
 
 
 
March 10, 1921
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Weber, Stillborn Weber
Died: May 17, 1926
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weber, Thelma M. (Ackerman)
Source:Marietta Times . . . Marietta, OH . . . November 2002
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
            Woodsfield - Thelma M. Weber, 89, of West Church Street died Sunday (November 10, 2002) at the Monroe County Care Center.
            She was born February 15, 1913, in Monroe County to Henry and Birdie Ackerman. She was retired from the Woodsfield school district and worked as a "Gray Lady" with the Barnesville Hospital Ladies Auxiliary for 31 years.
She was a member of the Woodsfield Homemakers, Eastern Star Lodge 268, Pythian Sisters and Woodsfield Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary. She was also a member of St. Paul's United Church of Christ at Woodsfield, where she served on the Women's Guild, church council, and United Church of Christ Larger Parish.
            She is survived by her husband of 70 years, Leighton Weber; one daughter, Helen Marie Ring and her husband, Paul, of Woodsfield; one sister, Dorthea Burkhardt of Columbus; four grandchildren, Paula Ring (Bill Frank), Marc Ring (Helen Kay Ring), Matthew Ring (Greg Woods) and Andrew Ring (Lori Ring); and five great-grandchildren, Magan, Marissa, Zachary, Kelsey and Jacob Ring.
            She was preceded in death by her parents; two brothers, Abraham and Francis Ackerman; and four sisters, Deloris Thompson, Helen Pickens, Estella Taylor and Pauline Benton.
            Services are at 1 p.m. Thursday at St. Paul's United Church of Christ at Woodsfield with the Rev. Richard Wilson officiating. Burial is in Oaklawn Cemetery in Woodsfield. Friends will be received from 2 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home in Woodsfield. Eastern Star Lodge services are at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.
            Memorial contributions may be made to St. Paul's United Church of Christ, 303 S. Main St., Woodsfield, Ohio 43793.
 
 

SEPT.   26,   1974

GRADUATION

Miss Toni Sue Weber

Source: The Monroe County Beacon

 

     Miss Toni Sue Weber was graduated from the Southeastern Ohio School of Practical Nursing on September 22nd at the Tri-County Vocational School, Nelsonville. Ohio.

     Miss Weber is the daughter of Francis and Evelyn Weber, of Chesterhill, Ohio, and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Weber, of Lewisville.

 

 
Source: The Marietta Times, dated Friday, August 15, 2003
Vernon N. Weber
 
HUNTSVILLE, Ohio - Vernon N. Weber, 68, of Huntsville, formerly of Lewisville, Ohio, died at 12:22 a.m. Thursday (Aug. 14, 2003) at Mary Rutan Hospital in Bellefontaine, Ohio.
He was born June 6, 1935, at Lewisville to Wesley T. and Emma L. Hoff Weber. He retired after 25 years from A&P, where he was a district supervisor for the Columbus Division. He was also a real estate agent and had established energy saving products in Bellefontaine.
 
He was a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean War. He was a member of Huntsville Presbyterian Church, where he served as a deacon; Elks Lodge in Russells Point; Mended Hearts at Mary Rutan Hospital in Bellefontaine; and the Carnials Winnies Club.
 
He was an avid collector of antique tractors, which he rebuilt and showed, traveling to tractor shows with his wife and their loyal companion, Bradley.
 
He is survived by his wife, Louise Stoneking Weber, whom he married on July 24, 1955; one son, Tracy N. Weber of Bellefontaine; two
daughters, Deborah L. Weber of Newark and Mrs. Tom (Melanie R.) Bremer of Memphis, Tenn.; one brother, Richard (Mary Jo) Weber of Cambridge; and three sisters, Mrs. Norman (Darlene) Mercer of Harrison, Ohio, Ruth Rader of Zanesville and Mrs. Gary (Wanda) Seegraves of Springfield.
 
He was preceded in death by his parents; and one brother, Robert E. Weber.
 
Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday at Eichholtz Funeral Home in Bellefontaine.
 
Services are at 2 p.m. Monday at Watters Funeral Home in Woodsfield with the Rev. Richard Wilson officiating. Friends will be received at the Woodsfield funeral home from 1 p.m. Monday until the time of the services. Burial is in Middle Church Cemetery near Lewisville with full military graveside services to be conducted by the Belmont County Veterans Council.
 
Memorial contributions may be made to the Logan County Cancer Society.
WEBER, Mr. Walter L. and Miss Mabel P. DIEHL
               On Thursday, December 23, 1915, at 3 p.m. Mr. Walter Ludwig WEBER and Miss Mabel P. DIEHL were united in marriage by the Reverend R. L. Ryall, pastor of the Presbyterian Church at his home on Marietta street. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. George WEBER of Summit township but for some years has been engaged in the oil business in Oklahoma. The bride is a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. L. P. DIEHL of Lewisville, Ohio. A large circle of relatives and friends join in wishing these excellent young people the very best that can be theirs as they settle in their new home in Oklahoma.
Source:The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Thursday, December 30, 1915
Collection of Gertrude Christman Kahrig
William C. Weber
Published---May 1964
  William Weber, 75, of near Lewisville, died Saturday night, May 9, 1964, at the home of a cousin, Mrs. Katie Weber, on Route 2. He suffered a stroke on Saturday morning.
  Mr. Weber was a son of the late David and Mary Bartenschlag Weber, of near Lewisville.
  He was a veteran of World War 1, and was a member of Monroe Lodge No.189, F.&A. M.; Woodsfield IOOF Lodge No. 377; Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5303, and The Eagles Lodge, all of Woodsfield. He was a retired oil field worker.
  Surviving are two brothers, Herbert Stimpert, of Canton, and Paul Stimpert, of Highland Park, New Jersey.
  Funeral services were held at The Buchanan Presbyterian Church, near Lewisville, on Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, with Rev. Ralph Mansfield officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery, with The Bauer and Turner Funeral Home in charge.
  Odd Fellows services were held on Tuesday evening at seven o'clock, and Masonic services at eight o'clock.
 
Weber, Wanda Lee and Donald Vernon Luke
            Mr. Wesley Weber requests the honour of your presence at the marriage of his daughter Wanda Lee Weber to Mr. Donald Vernon Luke on Saturday, the tenth of August nineteen hundred and sixty-eight at half after two o'clock in the afternoon at the Crum Ridge Church of Christ. Source: Wedding invitation.
 
Weber, Wesley T.

Thursday, September 2, 1999

The Monroe County Beacon, Woodsfield, Ohio, p 5

Wesley T. Weber

     Wesley T. Weber, 90, of 28968 SR 78, Lewisville, died Aug. 24, 1999, at the Harmar Place Rehabilitation and Extended Care, Marietta.  He was born near Lewisville, on Feb. 23, 1909, a son of the late William and Gertrude Claus Weber.

     He was a former employee of the Timken Roller Bearing Co. in Canton, a former school bus driver, and a former Summit Township Trustee in Monroe County and a retired farmer.  He was also a member of the Trinity United Church of Christ, near Lewisville, and a member of the Farm Bureau.

     Surviving are his wife, Martha Lee Pennell Carpenter Weber, whom he married on Sept. 13, 1969; three daughters, Mrs. Norm (Darlene) Mercer, of Marietta; Ruth Ann Rader of Zanesville, Mrs. Gary (Wanda) Seagraves of Springfield; two sons, Vernon Weber and wife, Louise of Huntsville; Richard Weber and wife, Mary Jo, Cambridge; two step-daughters, Mrs. Lester (Anna Lee) Piatt of Whipple, Mrs. Doug (Ruth) Earley, Marietta; two step-sons, Byron Carpenter and wife, JoAnn of Venice, Fla., Wallace Carpenter and wife Judy of Lewisville; two sisters, Marcella Weber and Margaret Weber, both of Lewisville; a brother, William Weber, Brooksville, Fla.; 16 grandchildren; 20 great grandchildren; 1 great-great granddaughter; 14 step-grandchildren; 20 step-great grandchildren; two step-great-great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.

     In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his first wife, Emma Hoff Weber, on July 4, 1968,; a son, Robert Weber; two brothers, Alfred Weber and George Weber; a sister Emma Lent; a step-grandchild.

     Friends were received at the Watters Funeral Home, Aug. 26, where funeral services were held Aug. 27, with Rev. Richard Wilson and Rev. William Worcester III, officiating.  Burial followed in the Middle Church Cemetery, near Lewisville.

     Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 215 Marion St., Marietta, Ohio 45750 or the Middle Church Cemetery Association, c/o Wilbert Claus, 33101 Christman Ridge Rd., Lewisville, Ohio, 43754.

 
Weber, Wiliam F.
March 13, 1937
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Weber, William Jacob
December 7, 1878
January 8, 1929
Lewisville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Webster, Minnie Mae Heaton
Source--Brooke Review     Brooke , West Virginia
Published--November 18, 1999
 
  Webster, Minnie Mae Heaton, 85, of Weirton, died Monday, November 8, 1999, in Medical
Central Hospital, Mansfield, Ohio. She was a retired business owner of Aldeco Motel, New
Matamoras, and a member of the Faithful Class Church. She was preceded in death by her husband,
Floyd B. Webster; her parents, Lloyd H. and Annie Morgan Heaton; a sister, Ann Lloyd Stewart.
Surviving are two sons, Colonel Thomas of DeSota, Texas, Charles A. of Mansfield; two brothers,
H.R. Heaton of Wellsburg, Clayton Heaton of Wellsburg, Clayton Heaton of Weirton; three grandchildren,
Lauren Webster of DeSota, Dr. Charles T. Webster of Puyallup, Washington, Maria Hesselbart
of Longwood, Florida.
  Arrangements by Reasner Funeral Home, Wellsburg. Interment in Oak Grove Cemetery,
Follansbee, West Virginia.
 
 
Military
Weckbacher, Corporal Johnny
Source--Monroe County Beacon   Woodsfield, Ohio
Published--September  1954
 
Weckbacher, Corporal, Johnny, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Weckbacher, of Rinard Mills, recently spent seven days in Japan on a rest and recuperation leave from the 72nd Tank Battalion in Korea.
 
 
Weddle, Roxie F., nee Hooper
            Roxie F. Weddle, 83, 35335 Cronin Creek Road, Woodsfield, died January 30, 2005 at her residence. She was born at Mechanicsburg, on October 6, 1921, a daughter of the late Howard and Martha Cline Hooper.
She was a former cook at he former Wayne School and was a retired caregiver at the Monroe County Home, Woodsfield. She was a member of the Huffman Grange and a Protestant by faith.
Surviving are her husband, Wiley Weddle, whom she married October 27, 1941; a daughter, Bonnie (Gary) Reed; son, Clayton "bud" (Cindy) Weddle, both of Woodsfield; two sisters, Elsie Butler, Woodsfield, Lucy (James) Blake, Beach bottom, West Virginia; five half-sisters, Mable Belford, of Zanesville, Alice (Bob) Saint Clair, of Senecaville, Connie (John) Eddy, of Zanesville, Norman Jean (William) Dale, of Gratiot, Mildred Kinney, of Michigan; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her step-mother, Hilda Dillon; son, Richard Wiley Weddle; brother, Charles Hooper.
Friends were received at Watters Funeral Home, Woodsfield, February 1, where services will be held February 2, at 11 a.m., with Keith Jones officiating. Burial in Jericho cemetery, near Brownsville. Huffman Grange conducted services February 1 at the funeral home.
Source: Monroe County Beacon, Thursday, February 3, 2005.
 
Weddle, Rue
Died: December 18, 1916
 
 
Wehr, Augusta L.
Died: September 5, 1926
Source: Monroe County death records
 

1994

DEATH

Wehr,  Charles

Charles E. Wehr, 80, 52232 State Route 379, Quaker City, died Thursday April 14,1994. in Barnesville Hospital. He was born December 17, 1913 at Calais, son of the late Crumley Wehr and Maude Star Wehr.

     He was a farmer and steelworker for Consolidated Aluminum and a member of Seneca Valley Church of Christ.

      Surviving are his wife, Lucille; four sons, Charles B. of Columbus, David L. of Beallsville, Donald G. of Lorton, VA, and Blanch of Quaker City; eight grandchildren, two sisters, Jesse Betts of Boston, Ohio and Ellen Bach of Cambridge; a brother, Carroll Wehr of Canton.

     He was preceded in death by one sister, Verna Carpenter.

     Funeral services were held April 17 at 1:30 p.m.  at the Campbell Plumly Milburn Funeral Home, Barnesville with Herman Giesey officiating. Burial was in the Calais Cemetery.

 

Wehr, Earl W.

Monday, November 8, 1999

The Journal-Leader, Caldwell, Ohio

Earl W. Wehr

     Mass of Christian Burial was held at 10:30 a.m. at Assumption Catholic Church, Barnesville, for Earl W. Wehr, 76, of Barnesville, who died Tuesday, November 2, 1999 at Barnesville Hospital.

     The Rev. Fr. Virgil Reischman officiated. Burial was in Assumption Catholic Cemetery.  Military services were conducted by Belmont County Council of VFW.

     Friends were received from 5 to 9 pm. at Campbell-Plumly-Milburn Funeral Home, Barnesville.  Vigil services were held at 5 p.m.  and Elks services at 6:30 p.m. at the funeral home.

     He was born May 23, 1923, in Batesville, son of the late Roy and Atrella (Neuhart) Wehr.

     Mr. Wehr retired from R&F Coal Co., where he served as heavy equipment operator.  He was a U.S. Army veteran, having served in World War II.  He was a member of Assumption Catholic Church and was past exalter ruler of BPO Elks 1699 of Barnesville.

     He was preceded in death by a brother, Hubert Wehr; a sister, Ruby Long.

     He leaves his wife, Ruth Ann (McCort) Wehr; a son, Terrance L. Wehr of Barnesville; three grandchildren, Jason Wehr of Marietta, Courtney Wehr and Kelsey Wehr, both of Barnesville.

     Memorial contributions may be made to the Leukemia Foundation of American.

 
Wehr, Helen J.
Barnesville---Helen J. Wehr, (nee Leach) 69, of 318 Wiley Ave., Barnesville, died =
 Sunday evening (September 17, 1989) at Barnesville Health Care Center.
 She was born February 27, 1920, in Monroe County, daughter of the late =
 BArney and Grace Spence Leach. She was a member of First United =
 Methodist Church, Barnesville and VFW Post 2792 Auxiliary.
 She was preceded in by her husband, Hubert Wehr in 1983 and one =
 brother.
 Mrs. Wehr leaves one son, Larry Wehr of Barnesville; one daughter, Mrs. =
 Harry (Janet) Van Horn of Barnesville; two sisters, Mrs. Ethel Carpenter =
 of Barnesville and Mrs. Cledith Carpenter of Summerfield; one brother, =
 Jack Leach of Barnesville; three grandchildren and three =
 great-grandchildren.
 Friends may call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Tuesday at Campbell-Plumly =
 Funeral Home where services will be at 1 P.M. Wednesday with the Rev. =
 Ron Hopkins officiating. Burial will be in Crestview Cemetery. Monday 18 =
 September 1989 Cambridge Jeffersonian.
 
Wehr, Hubert L.
BARNESVILLE---Hubert L. Wehr, 65, of Barnesville, died Saturday (July 9, =
 1983) in Barnesville Hospital.
 He was born Dec. 7, 1917, in Monroe County, son of Roy and Atrella =
 Neuhart Wehr.
 A retired heavy equipment operator, he was a member of Frist United =
 Methodist Church, Barnesville.
 He leaves his wife, Helen Leach Wehr; a son Larry, a daughter Mrs. Harry =
 (Janet) Van Horn and a brother Earl, all of Barnesville; three =
 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. A sister is deceased.
 Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. today at Campbell-Plumly =
 Funeral Home here where services will be Tuesday at 1 P.M. with Rev. =
 William Thomas officiating. Burial will be in Crestview Cemetery, Barnesville, Ohio. Source:  Monday 11 July 1983 Cambridge Jeffersonian
 
Wehr, Maude V.
Died: March 10, 1919
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wehr, RONNIE
            Barnesville----Ronnie J. Wehr, 41, of Jerusalem, died Thursday (July 24, =
 2003) at Barnesville Hospital.
 
 He was born May 16, 1962, in Barnesville, son of Estella Blintz Wehr =
 Kalinowski of Barnesville and the late James Wehr.
 
 Mr. Wehr loved to hunt, fish and go camping. He attended East Sunsbury =
 Baptist Church.
 
 He worked at the Ormet Corp. and was a member of the Moose, VFW and =
 Eagles, all of Woodsfield.
 
 He was preceded in by a brother, Donald Wehr.
 
 He leaves his fiancee, Brenda King; a daughter, Kayla Wehr; a son =
 Bradley Wehr, both of Barnesville; four sisters, Phyllis Reischman of =
 Barnesville, Brenda Ackerman of Jerusalem, Linda Young of Millfield and =
 Patricia Noland of Athens; two brothers, Thomas Wehr of Tampa, Fla. and =
 James Wehr of Bethesda.
 
 Friends may call from 2 to 4 P.M. and 7 to 9 P.M. today at =
 Kelly-Kemp-Braido Funeral Home, Barnesville. Private services will be =
 Monday, at the convenience of the family. 27 July 2003 Jeffersonian.
 
 
 Roy Wehr, 70, of Quaker City Route 4, died Sunday in Barnesville General Hospital where he had been a patient only a few days. He had been in failing health for several months.
 A native of Calais, he was born June 17, 1891, a son of Richard and Sarah Hannahs Wehr.
 Mr. Wehr, a farmer was married on May 30, 1914, to Atrella Neuhart, who survives.
 In addition, he leaves two sons, Hubert and Earl, both of Barnesville; a daughter, Mrs. Ruby Long of Quaker City Route 4; two brothers, Joseph of Lewisville and Hort of Hendrysburg; two sisters, Mrs. Spence Wise of Summerfield and Mrs. Molly Cleveland of Marietta; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Four brothers preceded him in .
 Services were held at 1 P.M. Wednesday at the Eberle Funeral Home, Quaker City, with Evangelists J.V.A. Traylor officiating. Burial was in Calais Cemetery. Friday 15 December 1961 Quaker City Home Towner.
 
 
Wehr, Sarah A. Wehr
 
 
 
February 10, 1931
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Wehr, Sarah Wehr
 
 
 
February 16, 1931
 
Calais
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weisend, Adam Weisend
Died: February 15, 1918, residence: Seneca Township
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weisend, Miss Catherine and Mr. Vernon Alvis    X        
            A wedding gown of lace over net and satin was worn by Miss Catherine Weisend, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Weisend, of Lewisville, Route, for her marriage, June sixteenth, nineteen hundred fifty-one, to Mr. Vernon Alvis, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alvis, of Columbus, Ohio.
            The double ring ceremony took place at St. Joseph’s Church, Burkhart, Ohio, with the Reverend Joseph Finan officiating. The bride’s fingertip veil was held in place by a tiara of net and pearls. She carried a White prayer book topped with an orchid from which hung White satin streamers.
            The bridesmaid, Miss Rose Weisend, sister of the bride, was dressed in a yellow organdy over satin and carried a colonial bouquet of red and White Roses. Mr. James Weisend, brother of the bride, served as best man.
            The bride’s mother chose a blue silk dress. The bridegroom’s mother also wore blue silk. Both mothers wore red Rose corsages.
            Immediately following the ceremony a dinner was served at the home of the bride’s brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carpenter in Lewisville, Ohio. Later in the evening a dance was held in the Parish hall.
            The new Mrs. Alvis is a 1950 graduate of Lewisville high school and is now employed with Motorist Mutual Insurance Company at Columbus.
            Mr. Alvis was graduated from Rutland high school and is employed at General Motors in Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Alvis are at home at 61 West 5th Avenue in Columbus. Source: The Monroe County Beacon, June 1951
Provided by Wilda Heft Bartenschlag
 
Weisend, Edna M. Weisend
1935. Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weisend, Georgia W.
September 28, 1915
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Name:   Joseph WEISEND
               Joseph WEISEND died April 25, 1910, at his home in Port Homer, Ohio, aged 56 years, 4 months, and 21 days. He was born in Monroe County, Ohio December 3, 1853. He married Martha Brister, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Brister, 31 years ago. They moved to Toronto 21 years ago and then moved to Port Homer three years ago. Surviving are four children: Mrs. J. H. DENBOW of Lewisville, Ohio; Mrs. Tim O’BRIEN of Toronto; Earl and Katharine Weisend of the home. Also surviving one brother and four sisters: John WEISEND of McKees Rocks, Pa.; Mrs. Kate SCHUMACHER, Mrs. Philomina STAUDT, Mrs. Matilda HAREN, and Cecilia WEISEND of Woodsfield. His burial was made in the Burkhart cemetery, Burkhart, Ohio.
Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Thursday, May 19, 1910
 
 
Weisend, Hannah K. Weisend
 
 
 
February 12, 1920
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Weisend, Hannah K. Weisend
 
 
 
February 12, 1920s
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Weisend, Jacob Weisend
 
 
 
December 27, 1916
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Weisend, Jacob Weisend
 
 
 
December 27, 1916
 
Kuhn
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weisend, Josephine, nee Nauer
       Mrs. Josephine Weisend, 82, of Lewisville, Route 1, died of a heart condition at seven o'clock Saturday morning, December 30, 1967, at her home.
       Born December 24,1885, at Burkhart, Monroe County, Ohio, she was the daughter of the late John and Emma Knoch Nauer.
       Mrs. Weisend was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Burkhart.
       Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Hilda Zwick, of Canton;  Mrs. Rita Gallagher, of Quaker City, Route 4,  and Mrs. Mary Eschliman of Massillon;  three sons, Harold J. Weisend of the home;  Lyle Weisend, of Lewisville, Route 1, and  Neil Weisend of Woodsfield;  two sisters, Mrs. Marcella Weisend, of Zanesville, and  Mrs. Celia Block, of Cleveland;  one brother, John Nauer, of Akron; twenty-two grandchildren and twenty-three great grandchildren. Her husband Clem G. Weisend, died December 2,1955; one daughter, Emma, died when a small child , and one son, Paul, died December 8, 1964.
        A Requiem High Mass was solemnied on Tuesday morning at ten o'clock in St. Joseph's Church, with Rev. Joseph Finan, of Burkhart, and Monsignor Robert A. Brown, of Woodsfield officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Source: Monroe County Beacon, 1967
 
Weisend, Lena
            Died: August 18, 1921. Source: Monroe County death records.
 
 
Weisend, Lyle
            Born: Aug 22, 1911, died: Feb 13, 1989, residence, Lewisville, Ohio.
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weisend, Mary A. (nee Burkhart)
1910 census, 50 year old widow Mary Weisend owned a farm in Seneca Twp., Monroe County, Ohio. She lived there with six of her ten surving children: Katie (24), Nicholas (20), Barbara (18), Andy (16), George (13), and Frank (10). Only George and Frank attended school. Mary's had no occupation, according to the census, but she had her "own income." Adjacent farms in the census belonged to John Snyder and William Biedenbach.
 

APRIL 25,1974

ENGAGEMENT

Doris Weisend

Source: The Monroe County Beacon

 

     Mr. and Mrs. Neil Weisend, of 117 Home Avenue, Woodsfield, announce the engagement of their daughter, Doris Ann, to Merle W. Mallett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mallett, of Route 1, Caldwell.

     Having completed her B. A. in English Education, Ms. Weisend is pursuing her M. A. in Theology at the University of Dayton where she is also employed as a graduate assistant.

     Her fiance, a graduate of Ohio University, Athens, is a civil engineer with the Ohio Department of Transportation, Columbus.

     A May 25 wedding is planned in St. Svlvester's Church. Woodsfield.

 
Weisend, Peter
1900 census, Peter Weisend (40) owned a farm in Seneca Twp.with his wife of 21 years, Mary A. (40). All eight of their surviving children lived with them: Philomena (20), Celia (19), Cahterine (14), Nicholas (10), Barbara (8), Anthony (6), George (3), and Frank (1). Catherine, Nicholas and Barbara attended school for seven months during the previous year. Adjacent farmas in the census belonged to Mary Ricker and Joseph Burkhart.
 
Weisman, C. Louella, nee Eikey
Source--Times Leader      Martins Ferry, Ohio
Published--April 21, 2005
Weisman , C. Louella , 79, of
Powhatan Point, Ohio, died Tuesday, April 19, 2005 at the Reynolds Memorial Hospital in Glen Dale, West Virginia. She was born February 19, 1926 in Clarington, Ohio, a daughter of the late Louis and Goldie Ollom Eikey. Louella was a Presbyterian by faith and a former employee of the former Al's Restaurant in Dilles Bottom and the Wigwam in Powhatan Point and the Convenient Food Mart in Powhatan Point. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Weisman on September 1, 1964 and long-time friend, Paul Minamyer. Surviving are her daughter, Jo Ann "Jody" Mottillo and her husband, Elmer of Blairsville, Pennsylvania, three grandsons, Joseph L. Mottillo and his wife, Melissa of Monongahela, Pennsylvania, Jason Mottillo of Allison Park, Pennsylvania, and Joshua Mottillo of Blairsville, Pennsylvania.; also two sisters, Mary Atkinson of Clarington, Ohio and Maxine Frye of Canton, Ohio. Family and friends will be received at the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home, 186 Main Street, Powhatan Point on Friday, from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m., where services will be held on Saturday, at 11 a.m., with Pastor Donald J. Cordery officiating. Interment in the Powhatan Cemetery at Powhatan Point, Ohio. Express condolences online to Louella's family at www.altmeyer.com 
 
 
Weiss, George W.
Died: May 24, 1918
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Weiss, George W. Weiss
 
 
 
May 24, 1918
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Weiss, Hazel Weiss
 
 
 
August 18, 1926
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Weiss, Lester Weiss
 
Apr 23, 1919
 
Dec 26, 1995
 
Hannibal
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weiss, Marie E. Weiss
 
May 19, 1908
 
December 2, 2000
 
Sardis
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weiss, Norman R. Weiss
 
September 1, 1937
 
June 23, 1988
 
Malaga
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weiss, Unnamed Weiss
 
 
 
May 13, 1926
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Weldon, Stella B.
 
July 7, 1912
 
Feb 3, 1996
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wellman, Cara

    Cara Wellman, senior at Beallsville High School, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wellman, Jerusalem, is among the 15,000 semi-finalist who is competing for one of the 5000 Merit Scholarships.

     National Merit Scholarship-Corporation was established in 1955 to administer the Merit Program, nationwide scholarship competition for academically talented secondary school students.  In the twenty-six annual competitions completed between 1956 and 1981, over 68, 000 students have received Merit Scholarships worth more than $192 million.

     Cara will take the next test Nov. 7.

 
Wellman, Robert J.
 
July 21, 1932
 
September 13, 1998
 
Jerusalem
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wells, Annie E. Wells
 
 
 
August 19, 1917
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Wells, Bertha Wells
 
 
 
November. 25, 1931
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Wells, Elijah J. Wells
 
May 23, 1902
 
June 5, 1997
 
Malaga
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wells, Hazel M. Wells
 
January 10, 1910
 
Aug 6, 1997
 
Malaga
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wells, Mary Ann Wells
 
September 9, 1928
 
January 1993
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wells, Mary L. Wells
 
 
 
 December 26, 1928
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Wells, Mary L.
 
October 3, 1918
 
January 23, 1988
 
Jerusalem
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wells, Stillborn
Died: December 17, 1914
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 Welsh, Meri C. (Morey)
Source:Marietta Times . . . Marietta, OH . . . Jun 24 2002
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
Lewisville, Ohio - Meri C. Welsh, 56, of 49901 Township 15, Lewisville, died Friday (June 21, 2002) at her home.
            She was born December 30, 1945, in Vintondale, Pa., to Julius and Martha Harkins Morey. She was a former registered nurse, having worked labor and delivery at St. Ann's Hospital in Westerville, Ohio. She was a member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church at Miltonsburg, Ohio. She loved gardening, world travel and raising sheep on the farm.
            She is survived by her husband, Robert F. Welsh, whom she married November 26, 1966; two daughters, Kathleen M. Hurst and her husband, Byron, of Hudson, Ohio, and Amy Ann Welsh of San Diego, Calif.; one son, Robert P. Welsh and his wife, Michele, of Baltimore, Md.; her father of Vintondale, Pa.; two sisters, Judy Minzer of Fayetteville, Pa., and Amy Gorman of Gettysburg, Pa.; and six grandchildren, Aubri, Cameron and Brandon Hurst, Ethan Welsh, and Autumn and Grayson Welsh.
            She was preceded in death by her mother and one grandson, Collin Hurst.
            Mass of Christian burial was to be celebrated at 11 a.m. today at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Miltonsburg with the Rev. Jason Prati officiating. Burial is in St. John the Baptist Catholic Cemetery.
            Memorial contributions may be made to St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Miltonsburg-Calais Road, Woodsfield, Ohio 43793; or Washington County Home Nursing Service and Hospice, 900 Third St., Marietta, Ohio 45750-9913.            Watters Funeral Home in Woodsfield is in charge of arrangements
 
Wengert, Jacob
Jacob Wengert died February 9, 1854. He was born October 16, 1850, the son of Peter and Louise Schutz Wengert.
 
West, Barbara J.
 
Dec 31, 1938
 
July 15, 1999
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
West, Evelyn West
 
May 30, 1909
 
July 17, 1995, residence: Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
West,Florence Irene  (nee Nieb)                                                                                                                                               
Source--Marietta Times     Marietta, Ohio
Published--August 25, 2004
            Florence Irene West, 92, of 614 Masonic Park Road, Marietta, died at 2:25 p.m. Tuesday (Aug. 24, 2004) at Marietta Memorial Hospital. She was born July 14, 1912, in Marr, Monroe County, to Jacob J. and Lenora Smithberger Nieb.   She was a seamstress for J.C. Penny in Marietta, where she retired in 1977. She graduated from Bethel High School in 1930. She was a member of St. Paul's Evangelical Church; a 50-year member and a charter member of Masterton Eastern Star Chapter 584; a 50-year member of Waterford Grange 231; and a member of Washington County Farm Bureau Women's Committee and Wolf Creek Farm Bureau Council. She was a Washington County 4-H advisor and a Washington County Election Board poll worker.  She is survived by two daughters, Joanne West of Marietta and Charlotte Hendricks and her husband, John, of Marietta; four grandsons, Scott Hendricks and his wife, Jennifer, of Marietta, Todd Hendricks of Marietta, Allen Bookman and his wife, Claire, of Lakewood, Ohio, and Kevin Bookman and his wife, Stephanie, of Marietta; one great-grandson, Oliver Roy Hendricks of Marietta; two stepgreat-grandchildren, Austin and Andrew Hackney; and one sister-in-law, Cecile M. Jeffers of  Marietta.  On Dec. 23, 1933, she married Roy Jennings West, in Lewisville, Ohio. He died on Sept. 17, 1992. She was also preceded in death by her parents; one daughter, Sandra Bookman, who died on Jan. 5, 1992; and three sisters, Wilma Nieb, Mabel Rohrer and  Beulah Williams.                                                                                                                            Services are at 1 p.m. Friday at St. Paul's Evangelical Church, Fifth and Scammel streets, Marietta, with Steve Dennis officiating. Burial is in Valley Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Hadley Funeral Home, Reno Chapel. There will be Eastern Star services at 8 p.m. Thursday. Memorial contributions may be made to the Devola Volunteer Fire Co.
 
 
West, Gen. Henry R.
Published--The Spirit of Democracy  Woodsfield, Ohio
Thursday--December 26, 1918
  General Henry R. West died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lucy West Brady, Chicago, Illinois, December 20, 1918, at 1:30 o'clock.
  Deceased was the son of Thomas and Sophia J. West and was born in Jefferson County, Ohio, September 15, 1839. When about three years of age he re-moved with his parents to Woodsfield. On October 1, 1858, he purchased from Hon. James R. Morris a half interest in The Spirit of Democracy, the other interest being owned by his brother-in-law, Col.Jere Williams. In 1861, he entered the army as second lieutenant and was assigned to the 62nd Infantry and rapidly advanced step by step to Colonel in December 1864. For gallant conduct in the assult on Fort Gregg, Virginia, he was breveted colonel by President Johnson, and by the same power he was breveted brigadier-general for gallant and meritorious services during the war.
  The first of January, 1867, he purchased Col. Williams interest in The Spirit of Democracy and remained the sole proprietor until February 1886, when he disposed of the business and went west. For several years he has resided with his children, his wife, Mary C. Okey West, whom he married in May 1868, having preceded him to the great beyond. Six children were born to this union, some of whom still survive.
  General West will be remembered by many of the people of Monroe County and especially by many in Woodsfield who will not only remember him as a citizen but will remember his hand was always open to the needy.
 
West, John " Bill" William
Source:Times Recorder . . Zanesville, OH . . Apr 2002
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
            Westerville, Ohio -- John William (Bill) West, 86, of Westerville, formerly of Belmont, died Saturday, April 6, 2002 at Alter Care Nursing Home Westerville.
            He was born September 21, 1915, in Malaga, the son of the late Dale and Ethel Brown West. Bill was former owner of the Belmont Slaughterhouse and later worked with the David Davies Meat Packing Co. of Columbus.
            He retired from Duff's Smorgasbord, was a graduate of Belmont High School, a member of the New Concord United Methodist Church, a member of Hazen Masonic Lodge No. 251 of Bethesda and the Osiris Shrine of Wheeling, W.Va.
            In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Doris Ruth Witschy West.
            Surviving are his best friend and companion dog, Sunny; one son, John W. West II and wife, Diann, of Akron; one daughter, Ann Geiger of Dublin; grandchildren, Krista and husband, Doug, Greg and wife, Alicia, Heidi and husband, Jimmy, John III and wife, Kelly; seven great-grandchildren, several nieces, nephews and cousins, one sister, Edith Huston of Shelby; and one brother, Harry Dale West of Las Vegas.
            Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Kelly-Kemp-Braido Funeral Home, 322 N. Main St., Bethesda.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday.
Burial will be in Belmont Cemetery. Hazen Masonic Lodge will have services at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
 
West, Russell M.
Born: Apr 14, 1935
 
Feb 22, 1996
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Westerman, Ethel Westerman
 
Aug 8, 1883
 
January 1974
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Westesen, Anna Margaret Moore
Source:Woodland "Daily Democrat," Wednesday, August 13, 2003, Woodland, Yolo County, California
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
Anna Margaret Moore Westesen died Sunday, August 10, 2003, at age 96.
            Mrs. Westesen was born in Woodsfield, Ohio and lived in Redmond, Ore. for many years and taught school there and at Powell Butte and Tualatin. In 1949 she moved to California and taught school in Woodland, Madison and Esparto. She was a member of Grace Presbyterian Church, Walnut Creek; Lafayette Senior Citizens, the Business and Professional Women's Club and was a lifetime member of the Order of Eastern Star.
            Survivors include her daughter, Laura Lopez and husband Bernard of Orinda; and son, Gerald of Bozeman, Mont.; grandchildren, Judy Clayton, Neil Westesen, Stephen, Lauren, Matthew and Dana Lopez and 15 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Sweney in 1968.
            The family requests memorials be directed to the charity of donor's choice.
            Services: Internment will be in Capay Cemetery in Esparto beside her husband. Respecting the wishes of Mrs. Westesen, no services are scheduled.
 
 
Weyman, Charles A. Weyman
 
Mar 30, 1931
 
July 15, 1998
 
Sardis
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Weyrick, Eugene V. Weyrick
 
July 10, 1913
 
May 11, 1998
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wharton, Ethel M. Ackerman           X
 SSN:  281-48-4737
 Last Residence:  43713 Barnesville, Belmont, OH
 Born:  10 Aug 1899 
 Died:  20 October 1995
 State (Year) SSN issued:  OH (1965)
[Source: Social Security Death Index]
 
Wheatley, Charles
Born: June 29, 1949, died: Aug 1980, residence: Jerusalem
 
Wheeler, Elmer F. Wheeler
 
November 26, 1915
 
June 30, 1994
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wheeler, Jane Wheeler
 
 
 
October. 23, 1915
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Wheeler, William M. Wheeler
 
 
 
January 18, 1914
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Whipple, Elsie A. Whipple
 
 
 
June 24, 1925
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Whitacre, Anna Whitacre
 
Feb 18, 1907
 
Aug 1981
 
Graysville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Whitacre, Emma A. Whitacre
 
 August 7, 1962 Graysville
 
 Apr. 25, 1927
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Whitacre, John Reed
John Reed Whitacre
PARKERSBURG - John Reed Whitacre, 64, of Parkersburg died Sunday (Jan. 16, 2005) at Camden Clark Memorial Hospital.
He was born July 20, 1940, in Monroe County, Ohio, a son of the late John L. and Elizabeth F. Reed Whitacre. John retired in 2002 from E.I. DuPont after 36 years of service. He was a graduate of Marietta College where he earned a bachelor of arts degree. He was an avid hunter and outdoorsman, and was a member of the National Rifle Association. John previously played on the DuPont Industrial Softball League and was a member of the DuPont Golf League. He was a NASCAR fan and was a talented woodworker.
He is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, John S. and Lori Whitacre of Waverly, W.Va.; a daughter and son-in-law, Tawnya and Chris Reed of Waverly; four grandchildren, Caleb Runion in the U.S. Navy, Brittnie Runion of Waverly, John Sterling Whitacre of MineralWells, W.Va., and Chance Workman of Waverly. He was preceded in death by his parents and his wife of 42 years, Joyce A. Whitacre, who died May 19, 2004.
Services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at Leavitt Funeral Home, Parkersburg, with Pastor Scott Hannus officiating. Entombment in Sunset Memory Gardens. Visitation is from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Salvation Army 534 5th StreetParkersburg WV 26101. Source: Marietta times, Tuesday, january 18, 2005
 
White, Arthur
Born: Apr 2, 1892
 
October 1971
 
Beallsville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
White, Benton White
 
 
 
December 18, 1925
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
White, Charles White
 
 
 
January 16, 1915
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
White, Clarence R. White
 
 
 
December 28, 1915
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
White, Helen V. White
 
December 10, 1913
 
October 22, 2000
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
White, James G. White
 
 
 
 November 10, 1927
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
White, John White
 
 
 
 February 2, 1929
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
White, Mary White
 
 
 
November 23, 1926
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
White, Merrie White
 
 
 
January 5, 1916
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
White, Minerva White
 
 
 
February 15, 1933
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
White, Ray White
 
 
 
December 28, 1915
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
White, Sarah E. White
 
 
 
November 14, 1925
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
White, William
               William White, aged 82 years, 10 months, and 18 days, died at Laings, Ohio on January 10, 1916. Mr. White was born in Harrison County and came to Monroe County when about five years of age and has since resided in this County, first living at Graysville, Ohio. Four children are left.
Source:The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Thursday, January 20, 1916
Collection of Gertrude Christman Kahrig
 
Whitlatch, Mary F. Whitlatch
 
18-4-24
 
24 Jun 1888
 
Benton Twp.
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Whitlatch, William Whitlatch
 
 
 
February 3, 1915
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Whitsett, Eunice Whitsett
 
October 4, 1884
 
November 1968
 
Hannibal
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wical, Jack L. Wical
 
June 10, 1934
 
July 20, 2000, residence: Clarington
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wichterman, Alfred
 Alfred C. Wichterman, 74, of Crestline died Wdnesday morning (December 28, 1987) at home following a short illness.
   born March 30, 1913 in Ravenna, Mr. Wichterman was a Crestline area resident for 43 years.
   He was a member of Taylortown Community Church where he served as a deacon and trustee. He was a former carpenter with Burkhart Building Co. and a farmer for many years.
   Surviving are his wife, freda; one son, Richard of Port Charlotte, Florida; one daughter, Linda Jenkins of Crestline; two brothers, Ray of Bellvue, Michigan, and Roy of Athens, Ohio; and nine grandchildren.
   He was preceded in death by hisparents, albert and Louis Walter Wichterman; one brother, Paul and one sister, Dorothy Hudson.
   Services will ber held Saturday at 1 p.m. in Taylor Community Church, by the Rev. F. Joseph Obrochta. Burial will be in Mansfield Memorial Park. Calling hours will be friday after 3 p.m. in the Barkdull Funeral Home, where the family will be present from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. and one hour prior to the funeral at the church Saturday.
From the collection of gertrude Christman Kahrig, typed by Blanch Graham
 
Wichterman, Freda M.
CRESTLINE -- Freda M. Wichterman, 88, formerly of Hook Road, died Monday, November. 15, 2004, at Rosewood Manor, Galion.
 Born Dec. 23, 1915 in Lewisville, Ohio to Elmer and Anna Pfalzgraf Bintz, she had been an area resident since mid 1930. A homemaker, she worked the family farm for many years and was employed 22 years with the Farm and Fleet Store in Ontario retiring in 1994. She was a member of the Taylortown Community Church.
 Survivors include son and daughter-in-law; Richard C. and Sherry Wichterman of Dunellon, Fla.; daughter, Linda K. Jenkins of Crestline; daughter-in-law, Judy Wichterman of Crestline; nine grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; two sisters, Leona Betts of Akron and Rose Studer of Mansfield; nieces, nephews, and special family friend, James Hale of Crestline.
 She was preceded in death by her husband, Alfred C. Wichterman in 1987; and two sisters, Sophia Bintz and Esther Garrett.
 Funeral services will be held 10:30 a.m. Thursday from Barkdull Funeral Home in Shelby. Pastor O. Douglas Tackett will officiate with interment in Mansfield Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m.
 In lieu of flowers, memorial expressions may be made to Taylortown Community Church.
Source: Mansfield News Journal, Tuesday, November 16, 2004
 
Wichterman, Mary
Died: August 31, 1915
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Wickes, Jean Wickes
 
November 14, 1930
 
Apr 1982
Hannibal
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wickes, John Wickes
 
November 21, 1905
 
January 1974
Hannibal
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 Wickline, Mary Louise (nee Clark)
Source--Marietta Times, Marietta, Ohio                                                            Published--28,  2004   ,                                                                                                                    
NEW MATAMORAS - Wickline, Mabel Louise , 83, of Reno, formerly of New Matamoras, died at 2 p.m. Friday (Aug. 27, 2004) at Marietta Memorial Hospital.She was born Jan. 13, 1921, in Racine, Ohio, to John Wesley and Alice Mary Chutes Clark. She was a cook for Frontier Local schools. She was a member of Matamoras Chapter 261, Order of Eastern Star, and the Ohio Association of Public School Employees. She is survived by one son, Russell L. Wickline and his wife, Donna, of Reno; two daughters, Rita June Hoskins of Mount Vernon and Alice Ann Alloway of Marietta; six grandchildren, David and John Hoskins, Josh Hoskins and his wife, Judy, Kenny and Gary Alloway, Russell Wickline II, and Jennifer Burchfield and her husband, Jackson; two great-granddaughters, Samantha Lynn Hoskins and Sidney Marie Hoskins; and one brother, Floyd Clark of Portland, Ore.On March 29, 1942, she married Russell Wickline. He died March 10, 1989. She was also preceded in death by her parents; one brother, Paul Clark, in 1998; and one sister, Mildred Milburn, who died on March 5, 2004. Services are at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Hadley Funeral Home, New Matamoras Chapel. Burial is in Matamoras Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. There will be Eastern Star services at 8 p.m. today.
 
 Wiggins, Donald
 
Apr 27, 1918
 
Aug 2, 1995
Clarington
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wiggins, Raymond
 
Dec 22, 1899
 
November 1971
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wheeler, Wiley, Edna M. (nee Wheeler)
Source--The Daily Jeffersonian    Cambridge, Ohio
Published--March    2001
 
CALDWELL -- Edna M. Wiley, 95, formerly of Main Street in Caldwell, died Saturday morning (March 17, 2001) at Summit Acres Nursing Home in Caldwell, where she had been a patient for nine years.
She was born Sept. 11, 1905, in Monroe County to James and Anna Parks Wheeler. She had done housekeeping and restaurant work for many years and had retired as a custodian for GTE in Caldwell. She was a member of Caldwell Presbyterian Church.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Virgil Wiley, in 1972; her parents; two brothers, Harley in 1994 and Forest Wheeler in 1906; two sons-in-law, Bill Pangle in 1994, and Ray Boyle in 1993; and one brother-in-law, Don Wiley, in 1995.
She is survived by three daughters, Marie Pangle and Doris (Howard) Cunningham, both of Caldwell, and Geneva Boyle of Roscommon, Mich.; 11 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; two sisters-in-law, Louella Wiley of Caldwell and Anna Wheeler of Columbus; and one niece, Donna Mae Stack of Newark.
Services are at 11 a.m. Tuesday at McVay-Perkins Funeral Home in Caldwell with the Rev. Ken Hyland officiating. Burial is in Sharon Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.
 
 
Wiley, Elsie
May 20, 1888
January 1987
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wiley, Helen M.
 
June 10, 1917
 
May 26, 1999
 
Clarington
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wiley, James Wiley
 
July 27, 1915
 
Sep 1985
 
Clarington
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Wilhelm, Charles Wilhelm
 
 13 Apr 1888
 
 Dec 1967
 
Lewisville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wilhelm, Charles
Apr 13, 1888
Dec 1967
Lewisville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wilhelm, Edgar
Edgar C. Wilhelm, 86, of Morristown, died Wednesday, November. 3, 2004, at Bell Nursing Home.
He was born October. 3, 1918, in Stafford, Ohio, a son of the late Homer and Wava Stoffel Wilhelm.
 
Edgar was retired from the Operating Engineers, and a member of the Morristown Christian Church and the Disabled American Veterans; he served in the U.S. Army during World War II.
 
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Willa Hollingshead Wil- helm; three brothers, Howard, Richard and Edward Wilhelm; and a sister, Frances Pitts.
 
Surviving are a stepdaughter, Priscilla Offenhaur of Maryland; two stepsons, William Offenhaur of North Carolina and Daniel Offenhaur of Colorado; two nieces, Linda King and Lori Thompson; four nephews, Rich- ard Wilhelm, Randy Pittis, R.J. Wilhelm and Ryan Wilhelm; two sisters-in-law, Tatsy Wilhelm and Shirley Wilhelm; his special cat, Big Tail; and many friends.
 
Friends will be received Friday, 6 to 8 p.m., at Kelly-Kemp- Braido Funeral Home, 204 Main St., Morristown, where services will be held Saturday, 11 a.m. Burial will be in Union Cemete- ry, Morristown. Veterans services will be by Belmont County Council VFW. Memorial contributions may be made to the Morristown Christian Church, Church St., Morristown, OH 43759.
source: Time Leader, Friday, November 5, 2004
 
Wilhelm, Mary I.
 
 
 
February 29, 1932
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Wilhelm, Mary M. Wilhelm
 
 
 
February 29, 1932
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Wilkerson, Maxine Wilkerson
 
 November 18, 1922
 
January 15, 1998
 
Lewisville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
William R. Butler
d- February 19, 1913
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williams, Beulah V. Williams
 
Aug 16, 1914
 
Dec 10, 1999
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 

April 13, 1989

SALESPERSON

Williams, Bill

Source: Monroe County Beacon

     Bill Williams, a senior at Swiss Hills who serves as the FFA Chapter Secretary, received the title of "Top Salesperson in the State of Ohio." During the FFA Fruit Sale, which is held in November each year, Bill sold 256 boxes of fruit for the FFA money raiser.

     Williams will attend the State Convention June 15 during the awards banquet. He will receive a plaque and a check worth $250 for his efforts as the top salesperson in Ohio.

     Bill is the son of Dale and Pauline Williams of Graysville. His home school is Skyvue. In the fall, Bill plans to attend ATI in Wooster, which is a branch of The Ohio State University Agriculture College. He will be majoring in beef production.

 

 
Williams, Daniel 
            Died: April 27, 1926. Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williams, David
 
Aug 2, 1888
 
January 1971
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williams, Dora M.
 
 
 
April 30, 1913
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williams, Dorothy Williams
 
Apr 19, 1928
 
Apr 1, 1999
 
Sardis
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williams, Elizabeth A. Williams
 
 
 
 December 1, 1929
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williams, Eunice E. Williams
 
 
 
 January 27, 1929
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williams, Florence Williams
 
Dec 24, 1893
 
Feb 1973
 
Sycamore Valley
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williams, Fred Williams
 
 June 13, 1881
 
Apr 1973
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williams, Georgia A. Williams
 
January 19, 1897
 
Feb 20, 1996
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williams, Glenn L. Williams
 
Aug 15, 1901
 
January 15, 1968
 
Graysville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williams, Goldie Williams
 
Dec 23, 1902
 
June 1986
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williams, James F.
 
 
 
March 1, 1915
Source: Monroe County death records
 

July 27, 1988

RECORDING CONRACT

Williams, Jimmy

Source: Monroe County Beacon

 

     Jimmy Williams is one giant step closer to realizing his life's goal

     As far back as he can remember, his dream has been to sing on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry, an arena where only  a select few are invited. A recording contract for the 19-year old has put Jimmy on the road to Nashville and the Grand Ole Opry.

     Jimmy has signed a one-year contract with Playback Records of Miami, FL a sub-label of Capitol Records. Playback Records has just become affiliated with Capitol and the company in looking for new talent.

     Jimmy's name came their way through Conway Twitty's bass player. Jimmy and his band did a show with Twitty in Maysville, KY last year. Twitty's base player was impressed with Jimmy and sang his praises in the right ears.

     After sending a demo tape and video to Playback executives, Jimmy was offered a one-year contract. He was sent six songs, all written by top Nashville song-writers, and was told to pick two to record.

     On August 22 Jimmy will be heading to Nashville to record those two songs. One of the songs is entitled "The Wall" and Jimmy describes it as a traditional country ballad. The other song is "Walkin With a Good Hand," which he describes as a "more upbeat, Lee Greenwood style of song."

     The single is scheduled for worldwide release September 1. The record company's goal for Jimmy is to have his single break into the top 100 songs nationally. If that happens, Jimmy's career is set to take off. He'll be signed with Nashville booking agents and scheduled to perform with the USO show in England, Germany and Belgium during the winter.

     Said Jimmy, "According to Jack Gale, my record producer, getting into the top 100 is the key to all of it."

     Jimmy is in good company with Playback Records. Other artists on the label include Jeanne Pruett, famous for her "Satin Sheets," Del Reeves, cajun star Jimmy C. Neuman, and Sammi Smith, who hit it big with "Take the Ribbon From My Hair."

     Jimmy was raised with country music. His mother, Sue Williams, used to sing with Connie Smith's band Night Raiders, Jimmy used to travel along with her and listen. He remembers starting to sing when he was just six years old.

     He sang for the first time with his own band three years ago at the Bethel Firemen's Festival. Since then he has been on road shows with Lee Greenwood, Conway Twitty, Johnny Russell, and Janie Fricke. "From there things just kept coming slowly. I've been in the right place at the right time," said Jimmy.

     The soft spoken and mild mannered Williams is taking his shot at success with a humble attitude. "There are a lot of people that can sing better than me, I'd be the first to admit it. I've just been in the right place at the right time," he said.

     Before he heads off to Nashville, Jimmy and the Heartbreakin' Band will be playing some local shows. He will be at the Ohio State Fair August 5 and 10 and at the Monroe County Fair August 21.

     Jimmy credits his local backing for helping him realize his singing aspirations. "If not for them, I wouldn't be where I am today with a recording contract. It's the people that put your there."

     According to Jimmy it's a little scary getting so close to your dreams, but he's keeping the faith and holding on tight to that big dream.

     "My main goal in life is to get to sing on the Grand Ole Opry. It's been a dream ever since I can remember. The night I sing at the Grand Ole Opry, if I walk out back and fall over dead, it wouldn't matter because I would have accomplished what I set out to do."

 

 
Williams, John E.
January 28, 1917
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williams, John W.
 
 
December 11, 1932
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williams, John Williams
 
Dec 28, 1896
 
January 1978
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williams, Jonathan M.
            Army National Guard Pvt. Jonathan M. Williams has graduated from the light-wheel vehicle mechanic advanced individual training (AIT) course at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
            The student was trained to perform maintenance, troubleshoot, and repair wheeled vehicles and related mechanical components, including suspension systems, internal combustion engines and power trains, spark- and compression-ignition engines, wheel-hub assemblies, hydraulic brake and steering systems, and operate a wheeled vehicle crane, hoist, and winch assemblies.
            Williams is the son of Barbra R. and HoWard M. Williams of Ohio 255, Woodsfield. He is a 2003 graduate of Monroe Central High School, Woodsfield. Source:Marietta Times, Wednesday, August 11, 2004
 
Williams, Levi
Died: June 16, 1932
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williams, Luella Williams
 
October 19, 1899
 
Mar 1986
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williams, Margaret P. Williams
 
 
 
 July 2, 1927
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williams, Martin L. Williams
 
 
 
 March 17, 1928
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williams, Mary E. Williams
 
 
 
Nov. 27, 1932
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williams, Mary R. Williams
 
September 15, 1911
 
Dec 2, 1998
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williams, Mary
August 7, 1921
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 Williams, Myrtle (Winland)
Source:Marietta Times . . Marietta, OH . . Sept 2001 . .
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
            Woodsfield -- Myrtle Williams, 99, of Woodsfield died Wednesday (September 19, 2001) at the Arbors at Marietta, where she had been a resident for the past eight years.
            She was born March 12, 1902, in Graysville, the eldest of nine children, to William and Lillie Cree Winland. She was a member of Woodsfield Church of Christ, Graysville Grange and Graysville Homemakers.
            She is survived by three daughters, Thelma Lechiara and her husband, Dominic, of Ashland and Mrs. Dunham (Ruth) Hollister and Mrs. Albert (Geneva) Zoller, all of Marietta; one son, Paul Williams and his wife, Katherine, of Findlay; two sisters, Dorothy Decker of Parkersburg and Juanita Clift of Sycamore Valley; one brother, Cecil Winland of New Martinsville, W.Va.; 12 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; and two stepgreat-great-grandchildren.
            She was preceded in death by her husband, Glenn Williams; two sisters, Grethel Devore and Doris Wittenbrook; and three brothers, Clesson, Clarence and Vernon Winland.
            Services are at 1 p.m. Friday at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home, 100 S. Paul St., Woodsfield. Burial is in Oaklawn Cemetery in Woodsfield. Friends will be received from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.
 
Williams, Orville
Jun 16, 1898
 
September 1981
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williams, Paul
Source--Marietta Times    Marietta, Ohio
Published--August 2, 2004
            Hannibal, Ohio - Paul B. Williams , 66, of Hannibal died Friday (July 30, 2004). Visitation is from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at Jarvis Funeral Home, 1224 S. Bridge St., New Martinsville, West Virginia, where services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday. Arrangements are by the Watters Funeral Home in Woodsfield.
 
Williams, Rexel
 
November 30, 1915
 
Aug 1987
 
Sardis
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williams, Richard L.
 
September 1, 1916
 
September 7, 1990
 
Lewisville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williams, Sarah J. Williams
 
 
 
December 12, 1916
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williams, Stillborn Williams
 
 
 
October 2, 1915
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williams, Victoria A. Williams
 
 
 
June 12, 1913
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williams, William M. Williams
 
Round Bottom
 
February 8, 1919
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williamson, Alexander
 
 
 
1933
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williamson, Alvira Williamson
 
 
 
 April 15, 1930
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williamson, Anna D. Williamson
 
 
 
August 4, 1933
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williamson, Effa G. Williamson
 
 
 
April 5, 1918
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williamson, Elizabeth Williamson
 
 
 
December 9, 1916
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williamson, Ernest Williamson
 
Dec 27, 1928
 
June 1981
 
Hannibal
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williamson, Flossie Williamson
 
 October 30, 1896
 
 June 1966
 
Sardis
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williamson, Hester A. Williamson
 
May 8, 1916
 
March 30, 2002
 
Beallsville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williamson, Ida Williamson
 
 
 
November 15, 1922
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williamson, Larie Williamson
 
January 16, 1903
 
Apr 1983
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williamson, Manual A. Williamson
 
 
 
February 4, 1919
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Williamson, Oliver A. Williamson
 
June 6, 1908
January 10, 1998
Beallsville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williamson, Stillborn Williamson
 June 16, 1929
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williamson, Violet Williamson
April 27, 1936
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Williamson, Wayne Williamson
September 11, 1931
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Willison, David K. Willison
September 30, 1932
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Willison, Elizabeth Jane
Source:The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, June 1, 1853
  Elizabeth Jane WILLISON, age 18 years and 3 days, of Wayne township, Ohio died May 6, 1853, of consumption, the daughter of Jeremiah and Hannah WILLISON.
 
 
Willison, Elizabeth Willison
Died: August 8, 1934
Source: Monroe County death records
 
WILLISON, Eveline, (nee FISHER)
               Margaret Eveline WILLISON was born October 2, 1845, and died April 18, 1909. She was the daughter of Joshua and Sarah FISHER. She married Jacob WILLISON December 22, 1866. Five children were born to them: 2 sons and 3 daughters, 3 survive: Winfield, Frank and Myrtle I. WILLISON, 2 daughters died previously: Ella May WILLISON died in infancy and Mattie D. WILLISON, wife of Dr. Walton, died October 1893. She leaves, husband, 3 children, 7 grandchildren, 2 brother and 3 sisters. She was buried April 20 in Barber Ridge Cemetery.
Source: newspaper clipping, April 1909
 
 
Willison, Hazel Willison
 
November 3, 1896
 
January 1983
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Willison, J. M. Willison
 
 
 
August 18, 1914
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Willison, Jacob Willison
February 5, 1920
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
WILLISON, Lewis W.
               Lewis W. WILLISON, 73, born May 29 1838, the son of John and Margaret WILLISON, died February 26, 1912. He married Louisa GALLAGHER June 23, 1859. Children, Sylvester and Mary M. WILLISON died previously, Albert M., Josiah M., Willie H., and Forrest O. WILLISON. Burial in Barber Ridge Cemetery.
Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, March 7, 1912
 
Willison, Stillborn Willison
July 18, 1913
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Willison, W. H. Willison
Sep 17, 1876
Jun 15, 1970
Lewisville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Willison, Walter F. Willison
September 9, 1902
October 15, 1988
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wills, James W. Wills
 
Dec 27, 1933
 
Dec 25, 1998
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wilson, Ada N. Wilson
 
February 1, 1909
 
December 24, 2001
 
Hannibal
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wilson, Alice Wilson
 
Dec 3, 1904
 
Jul 16, 1996
 
Jerusalem
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wilson, Anna Wilson
 
 
 
Novemberember 5, 1923
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Wilson, Charles Wilson
 
Mar 1904
 
January 1975
 
Jerusalem
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wilson, Dorothy W. Wilson
 
January 3, 1928
 
March 31, 2002
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Death
Wilson, George Matson Wilson
Born June 3, 1841
Died January 27, 1898
Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Thursday, February 3, 1898
.Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
 of Rev. G. M. Wilson.
     Our Hannibal correspondent sends us the following account of the and funeral of the Rev. G. M. Wilson, pastor of the M. E. church at that place:
The people of this community were shocked on last Thursday evening to leArn of the sad of Rev. G. M. Wilson aged 57 years, pastor for nearly five years of the English Methodist Episcopal church at this place and also of the Hannibal circuit. Rev. Wilson was born near Stafford, Monroe County, Ohio and has been engaged in the ministry for nineteen years, being a member of the East Ohio conference.
     He had been holding a very successful protracted meeting at Sardis for three weeks past, but had not been in the best health for some time and on last Monday, feeling badly, he accompanied his wife home intending to return Tuesday to his meeting.
     On Monday night, he became very ill, but his condition was not considered serious until early Tuesday morning when he became unconscious, suffering from inflammation of the middle ear which affected his brain. His physician, Dr. T W. McKelvey of this place, was summoned and later Dr. Schmied of New Martinsville and Dr. Brainard of Cleveland, but he was beyond medical aid and died Thursday evening at half past five o'clock without regaining consciousness. He leaves a wife, four sons and four daughters, who were all at home when his occurred except one son and one daughter. The loss to the family, the church, and humanity in general is a sad one as he was beloved by all and the relatives have the sympathy of many friends.
His funeral, which was the largest that ever occurred at this place, there being fully a thousand people present attending it, took place Sunday morning at the English Methodist Episcopal church, conducted by Presiding Elder Dr. D. C. Osbourne, assisted by Rev. Clark of Powhatan, Rev. C. I. Petty of Matamoras, Rev. R. W. Martin, members of the East Ohio conference and Rev. W. M. Kinsley of the West Virginia conference and Rev. Rogatsky, pastor of the German Methodist Episcopal church of this place.
Rev. Wilson was a member of the I. O. O. F. lodge of Chandlersville, Ohio, and the members of that order from New Martinsville, New Matamoras, Clarington and Powhatan were present and assisted in the ceremonies of that organization.
Interment in the Harter cemetery.
Additional Facts:
Parents of George M. Wilson are Thomas Wilson and Sally Sarah Carmichael (She is the grand daughter of John Carmichael, Revolutionary War Solider.)
George Matson Wilson married Mary Belle Young
Children:
Gilbert Haven Wilson, Minerva Wilson, Iola Wilson, Clarence Wilson, EArnst Wilson, Mary Blanche Wilson, Violet Wilson, Eugene Wilson, Bess Kathleen Wilson, Inez Wilson, Ann Margaret Wilson
 
Wilson, Dorothy Wanita (Burkhart)
Source:Marietta Times . . Marietta, OH . . 1 Apr 2002
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
            Woodsfield - Dorothy Wanita Burkhart Wilson, 74, of Ohio 145, Woodsfield, died Sunday (March 31, 2002) at the Barnesville Hospital.
            She was born January 3, 1928, in Woodsfield to Edward K. and Emma L. Brown Burkhart. She was a waitress and a homemaker.
            She was preceded in death by her first husband, Everett Richard Burkhart Sr.; her second husband, Bruce O. Wilson; one brother, Edward D. Burkhart; and one sister, Emma Mae Burkhart.
            She is survived by two sons, Everett R. Burkhart and his wife, Adrianne, of Woodsfield, and Edward C. Burkhart of Lewisville; three daughters, Norma J. Rucker and her husband, Ronald, ofBeallsville, Ohio, and Nancy C. Miller and her husband, Dennis, and Tammy J. Rush, both of Woodsfield; two brothers, John "Fritz" Burkhart of Rittman, Ohio, and Clarence S. Burkhart of Woodsfield; one sister, Mrs. Frank (Josephine) Christman Sr. of Woodsfield; 13 grandchildren, Ryan and Whitney Burkhart, Natasha Rucker, John Miller, Stacy Goddard, Christopher Miller, Jennifer, Jessica and Jamie Burkhart, and Kyle, Kodie, Kaleb and Kage Rush; and four great-grandchildren.
            Services are at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home at 100 S. Paul St., Woodsfield, with Father Samuel Saprano officiating. Burial is in Miltonsburg Cemetery in Miltonsburg, Ohio. Friends will be received from 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
 
October 18, 1963
Wilson, Gilber Haven
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
            Gilber Haven Wilson was born April 5, 1875 in Monroe Co. Ohio. He was the son of George Matson Wilson and Mary Belle Young. He died in California in 1963.
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            Gilbert Haven Wilson, a former Claremont resident who sang before 5 presidents of the United States, died in San Bernardino hospital Friday evening, October 18 (1963). Private graveside services were held Wednesday, October 23 in Oak Park Cemetery.
            Mr. Wilson moved from Claremont to Twenty-Nine Palms about 1950. While living in this city, he went to the nation’s capital to officiate in the 1940 drawing of draft numbers. He was the composer of “Long Live America” and of “The Firefall Song” and sang the latter composition for the first time at Camp Curry, Yosemite.
            On July 4, 1918, Mr. Wilson led the singing on the plaza of the capitol in Washington, D.C. Participating were President Woodrow Wilson, his cabinet, the Congress and about 50,000 on-lookers. Mr. Wilson also sang before Presidents Theodore Roosevelt, William HoWard Taft, Calvin Coolidge, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
            One of Mr. Wilson’s friends was Josephus Daniels, who was Secretary of the Navy during World War I, when Franklin D. Roosevelt was assistant secretary.
            In World War I days, the musician was in the United States Marine Corps as musical director and song leader. On convoy battleships anchored at secret base at Norfolk, VA., he inaugurated the custom of community singing on dreadnaughts.
            Mr. Wilson sang in opera and gave many concerts in New York City for 15 years preceding World War I.
            George C. S. Benson officiated at gravesite services for Mr. Wilson. Interment was made by the side of his wife, Mrs. Marjorie H. Wilson, who died in 1951.
            More on Gilbert Haven Wilson:
First Wife – Ellen Bradley Mays Married December 28, 1898 in Lancaster, KY
Two sons to this marriage: George Nelson Wilson b. 1902
And Lafon Mays Wilson b. 1905
 
 
Wilson, Henry W.
March 1, 1926
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wilson, John W.
Source--Akron Beacon Journal   Akron, Ohio
Published--October 11, 1952
 
CUYAHOGA FALLS. - Emergency treatment by Falls firemen and Akron Ambulance Service drivers failed to save the life of a 90 year old Falls man trapped alone in his home when it caught fire.
JOHN W. WILSON, 143 Grant Ave. died at St. Thomas Hospital an hour after he was admitted late Friday afternoon the victim of a $3,500.00 fire, which firemen said was caused by a cigarette.
Wilson lived on the second floor of the duplex home with his daughter MRS. LOLA HAINES. MRS. HAINES and son-in-law JAMES ALLEN lives on the first floor. ALLEN told firemen he was eating in the living room and watching television before leaving for work.
About an hour after he left the smoldering fire broke out in a chair and through the entire living room before it was noticed.
A neighbor, Vincent Procaccio, 117 Grant Avenue, said his 19 month old daughter Joanne came upstairs crying, Mommy, Mommy, smoke.
Procaccio, also getting ready for work, ran outside as WILSON staggered out on the porch.
Procaccio took WILSON into his home and his wife called the fire department, who summoned an ambulance.
After administering emergency oxygen to Wilson in Procaccio's living room, firemen sent him to the hospital.
Fire Lieutenant Myron Harrington said damage was estimated at $2,500 to the house and $1,000 to furniture.
Men from both Falls fire stations work more than an hour on extinquishing the smoldering blaze which kept breaking out.
Coroner William J. Pittenger ruled death was caused by an excess of smoke in the lungs.
Wilson was born in Woodsfield, Ohio. He was a retired B.F. Goodrich Company worker, and had formerly worked for Northern Ohio Power and Light Company. He was a member of the North Hill Medthodist Church.
In addition to MRS. HAINES he leaves two other daughters MRS. ORLA BOICE and MRS. EDITH BLACK both of Akron; three sons OMIE O. and GEORGE F. WILSON both of Akron, and JOHN D. WILSON of Aberdeen, Miss. and a sister MRS. FLORENCE RAWSON of Jackson Centre, Pennsylvania.
Friends may call at the Weller Funeral Home after noon Sunday. Time of services will be announced later.
(NOTE: JOHN WESLEY WILSON, son of John and Mary E. (Cox) Wilson was born 28 FEBRUARY 1862 in Woodsfiled, Monroe County, Ohio. His parents relocated to Wirt County, West Virginia in 1871. He married 14 October 1886 to Etta Ann BALL daughter of John William and Sarah E. (RILEY) BALL. John and Etta moved their family to Akron, Ohio ca.1915.)
 
Wilson, Laura W. Wilson
March 17, 1932
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Wilson, Lynda J. Wilson
August 1, 1943
 
January 10, 2001, residence: Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wilson, Mabel Dorothy (Deist)
Source:Marietta Times . . . Marietta, OH . . 30 Apr 02
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
            LOWELL - Mabel Dorothy Wilson, 94, of Third Street died at 7 a.m. Monday (April 29, 2002) at the Marietta Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
            She was born September 18, 1907, in Trail Run, Monroe County, to George and Mary Deist. She had lived in the Lowell area most of her life. She had taught for 25 years in the Newport and Waterford schools. She was a member of St. John's Evangelical Church and had served on the church council. She was a graduate of Ohio University. She was a 50-year member of Order of Eastern Star 272 at Lowell and Washington County Retired Teachers Association.
            She is survived by one son, George A. Wilson and his wife, Louella, of Lowell; one granddaughter, Melissa Cogswell and her husband, Ben, of Lowell; and two great-grandsons, Harry Wilson "Will" Cogswell and Max Chancellor Cogswell.
            On August 20, 1931, she married Covert O. "Tobe" Wilson. He died in May 1955. She was also preceded in death by two sisters, Rose West and Hilda Long; and one brother, Alfred Deist.
            Services are at 11 a.m. Thursday at St. John's Evangelical Church with Pastors James Fernihough and Gale Lauderman officiating. Burial is in Greenlawn Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Lowell Chapel of Cawley & Peoples Funeral Home and for one hour prior to the service Thursday at the church.
            Memorial contributions may be made to St. John's Church, P.O. Box 303, Lowell, Ohio 45744; or the L-A Fire and Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 406, Lowell, Ohio 45744.
 
Wilson, Mariah L.
March 5, 1916
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wilson, Marvin E.
            SOURCE: Daily Jeffersonian . . Cambridge, OH . . June 2001
BYESVILLE — Marvin E. Wilson, 79, of Buffalo, died Wednesday (June 27, 2001) at University Hospital in Cleveland.
He was born Sept. 18, 1924, in Illinois, son of the late Lemuel and Matilda Runyan Wilson.
He was a retired drilling foreman for Mitchell Energy and an Army veteran of World War II. He was a Methodist by faith.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by four brothers and a sister.
He leaves his wife, Nellie Wilson; two sons, Allen Jeffrey Wilson of Buffalo and Kenneth Wilson of Beallsville; a sister, Elsie Wilson of Chicago, Ill.; four grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren.
No services will be held. Meek-Black Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
 
Wilson, Maude E.
March 20, 1877
April 15, 1968
Sardis
Source: Monroe County death records
 

 

Wilson, Mavis Young

Source: The Monroe County Beacon, July 4, 1974

 

AUCTION SALE

ON

SATURDAY, JULY 13

Sale Starts at 10:00 A.M.

SWISS HILLS NURSING HOME STATE STREET   -   BEALLSVILLE, OHIO

 

REAL ESTATE to be sold at Auction

     Main house consisting of four (4) rooms and bath up, plus four (4) rooms and 2 porches and bath down; all rooms large, most accommodating 2 beds, enclosed large back porch, laundry room and work room; ANNEX, consists of enclosed fireproof hall way and 2 baths, 2 fireproof furnace rooms, fruit cellar. Situated on 2 lots; public water and sewer; building in A-l condition. Further information may be obtained by contacting owner, Mavis Wilson, at Woodsfield Carry-Out, or Leland E. Kinney, telephone 472-0409.

 

CONTENTS to be sold at Auction

     16 metal single beds; 2 hospital beds; double beds; 15 chair trays; antique birdseye maple bedroom suite; oak dressers and chests; hall trees; oak clothes closet; 15 rocking chairs; day bed; table & chairs; occasional chairs; sectional living room suite; organ stool; blue-green couch & chair; recliner chair; many odd chairs; end tables and many stands; pictures; wall lamps; floor lamps; table lamps; outdoor furniture; pie cupboard; 8 sets bed rails; linens; sick room equipment; complete kitchen equipment (pots, pans, institutional trays and table service); mirrors; statues; bookcase; 4, fire extinguishers; magazine rack; three refrigerators - one gas, two electric; one hotel type gas range; three automatic washers; two dryers -one gas, one electric; one Myers water pump and tank; laundry table; marble slab; plus much miscellaneous.

 

LELAND E. KINNEY, Auctioneer, telephone 472-0409

Refreshments Served.

Not responsible for accidents.

SALE BY ORDER OF

MAVIS WILSON

 

 

 
Wilson, Michael A.
July 13, 1922
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Wilson, Miranda F.
October 1932
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Monroe County Man Elected Grand Master of Masons
Wilson, Richard M.
Source--The Journal Leader   Caldwell, Ohio
Published--November 1, 1984
 
Wilson, Richard M. of Jerusalem, Ohio, has been installed as Grand Master of the Grand Lodge, Free and Accepeted Masons, of Ohio. As Grand Master, he is the chief officer for the more than 215,000 Masons in 671 lodges in the state.
Wilson was elected Grand Master at the annual Grand Lodge Convocation held in Columbus, October 11,12,13.
A native of Monroe County he is an industrial electrician and an ordained United Methodist minister. He has been an electrician at Ormet Corporation for 26 years. He has also served as a minister for United Methodist charges in Guernsey, Belmont and Monroe counties for 17 years. He is the first ordained clergyman in 34 years to serve as Ohio's top Masonic leader.
Wilson is a member and past master of Sunbury Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons, at Beallsville; and a member of Barnesville Chapter, R.A.M.; Barnesville Council, R.& S.M.; Cambridge Commandery, Knights Templer; the Valley of Cambridge, Scottish Rite; and the Alladin Shrine Temple of Columbus. He is the past patron of the Beallsville Eastern Star Chapter.
Wilson also served as a district deputy grandmaster for three years in the 18th Masonic District, which includes Muskinghum, Noble and Monroe Counties. In 1978, he served as Grand Chaplain and, in 1979 was appointed into the line of officers that moved him up to the position of Grand Master.
 
Wilson, Robert J.
 
 
 
June 3, 1932
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Marietta Times, Tuesday October 5, 2004
 
Samuel Ervin Wilson
Samuel Ervin Wilson, 34, of Marietta, formerly of Woodsfield, died Sunday (October. 3, 2004) at his home.
 
He was born June 20, 1970, in Barnesville, a son of Bill and Lorraine Underwood Wilson of Woodsfield. He was employed by J.A.K. at Parkersburg as a telephone service representative, and was a member of Richfork Church of Christ since April 30, 2000. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his wife, Darlene Sample Wilson, whom he married on October. 6, 2002; his former wife, Melissa Christman; twin sons, Christian and Colt Wilson of Mingo Junction, Ohio; one daughter, Taylor Wilson of Mingo Junction; three stepchildren, Pierce, Lora and Jenny of Marietta; three brothers, Willard Wilson, Lewis Wilson and his wife, April, and Ralph Wilson and his wife, Jeannette, all of Woodsfield; one nephew, Jacob Wilson of Woodsfield; three nieces, Savannah, China and Cheyenne Wilson of Woodsfield; one great-niece, Chloe Wilson of Caldwell; and several aunts and uncles.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ed and Virchie Wilson and Robert and Oprah Underwood.
Services are at 1 p.m. Thursday at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home, 100 S. Paul St., Woodsfield, with Minister Harold Kinney Jr. officiating. Interment is in Oaklawn Cemetery in Woodsfield. Friends will be received from 2 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.
 
Wilson, Sarah C.
Died: February 20, 1927
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Wilson, Virchie Wilson
 
 Aug 1, 1897
 
July 1983
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Marriage
Wilson, Mr. William W. and Miss Luretta Marie Miracle
               Mr. William W. Wilson and Miss Luretta Marie Miracle were married January 13, 1916, by Walter Mason, Mayor.
Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Thursday, January 20, 1916
Collection of Gertrude Christman Kahrig
 
Wilson, W. Wilson
 
Dec 31, 1934
 
Apr 1995
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wilson, Winfield S. Wilson
 
 
 
March 9, 1933
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wimms, William E  . “Billie”                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
Source--Wheeling Intelligencer    Wheeling, W.Va.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      
Published--Tuesday, April 10, 1923 
Forrmer Wheeling Man, Well Known in Vaudeville Circles, Passes Away in Missouri. William E. Wimms, former Wheeling man, better known as "Billie," dropped dead Sunday in Missouri, according to word received yesterday by local relatives. Mr. Wimms was well known throughout the Wheeling district as an entertainer. For years he was a feature of the Elks' minstrels and other shows, and two years ago was chief entertainer on the Shriners' special to California, as well as 1ast year to San Francisco. Mr. Wimms was about 65 years old. He was en route to his home at Woodsfield, Ohio, after a successful tour of the south during the winter months when he died. The body, accompanied by his chauffeur, Harry Barber, will be brought to Woodsfield, Ohio. Funeral arrangements are incomplete pending the arrival of the body.
 
 
Windom, Thomas M.
August 17, 1915
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Wine, Jessie
Mar 30, 1906
May 1986
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Wingrove, Encil
 
July 9, 1903
 
Dec 1985
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Winkler, Albert Winkler
 
November 25, 1883
 
Apr 1970
 
Clarington
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Winkler, Edward Winkler
 
July 27, 1891
 
June 1971
 
Sardis
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Winkler, Fred J. Winkler
 
Aug 26, 1901
 
January 20, 1992
 
Clarington
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Winkler, Harry Winkler
 
July 5, 1880
 
Apr 1973
 
Sardis
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Winkler, Homer A. Winkler
 
Sep 25, 1920
 
January 14, 1997
 
Clarington
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Winkler, Homer Winkler
 
May 21, 1920
 
November 1984
 
Sardis
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Winkler, Lorena C. Winkler
 
July 26, 1903
 
Feb 9, 1995
 
Clarington
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Winkler, Mabel E. Winkler
 
Apr 11, 1909
 
Apr 15, 1998
 
Sardis
Source: Monroe County death records
Winland, Arthur
 
Mar 24, 1903
 
Apr 1987
 
Lewisville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Winland, Benjamin E.
Bethesda, Ohio
Published--1971
            Benjamin E. Winland ,67, of Bethesda, a retired truck driver, died at 8:00 a.m. Wednesday in Barnesville Hospital.
     He was born July 27, 1904, in Barnesville, a son of Forrest and Deborah Pierce Winland.
     Surviving are three sisters,  Mrs. Marie Stubbs of Bethesda,  Mrs. Jessie Starkey and Mrs. Rosalee Smith, both of Springfield, Virginia,  and a brother,  James Winland of Barnesville.
     Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home here where services will be held at 3:30 p.m. Friday. Burial will be in Holly Memory Gardens at Pleasant Grove.
 
Winland, Cecil O.
 
March 25, 1906 Graysville
 
May 12, 2003
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Winland, Clarence
 
 
June 21, 1924
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Winland, Clyde
 
November 11, 1895
 
September 1977
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Winland, Emma K.
January 14, 1899
 
April 17, 2001
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Winland, Francis E.
October 13, 1926
Dec 20, 1996
Lewisville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Winland, George
Died: April 24, 1931
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Winland, Grethel L.
 
Dec 30, 1911
 
 June 19, 1999
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Winland, Grethel L.
October 27, 1917
June 16, 2002
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Winland, Harold and Dorothy
Source--Monroe County Beacon     Woodsfield, Ohio
Published--August 14, 1986
The children of Harold and Dorothy Winland invite friends and relatives to an open house August 24 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the United Methodist Church on Main Street in Woodsfield, to help them celebrate their parent's fiftieth wedding anniversary.
Harold and Dorothy were married on August 29, 1936, in Saint Mary's West Virginia. Mrs. Winland is the former Dorothy Williams of Graysville. They are the parents of three children; Gene and his wife Martha who reside in Alexandria, Virginia; Janet and her husband Bill, who reside in Zanesville; and Sue, who resides in Columbus. They have four grandchildren, Scott Winland of Alexandria, Virginia; Brian Winland of Wichita Falls, Texas; and Kelly and Lisa Mercer of Zanesville.
Harold and Dorothy are the former owners of Modern Appliance and Modern Hardware in Woodsfield.
The Winlands request only the honor of your presence with fond memories. They ask that you honor their request of no gifts.
 
Winland, Harriet
d: February 25, 1913
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Winland, Hiram
 
 December 6, 1894
 
 November 1968
 
Lewisville
Source: Monroe County death records
 
Winland, James
 
 
 
May 9, 1924
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 Winland, James Robert, "BoB"
Source--The Daily Jeffersonian     Cambridge, Ohio
Published--January   2001
            Services will be 2 p.m. Monday at Campbell-Plumly-Milburn Funeral Home, Barnesville, for, James Robert “Bob” Winland, 75, Barnesville, who died Thursday (Jan. 18, 2001) at Barnesville Hospital.
The Rev. Gene Miller will officiate. Burial will be in Crestview Cemetery, Barnesville.
Friends may call from noon until time of services at 2 p.m. Monday at the funeral home.
He was born June 19, 1925, in Belmont County, son of the late Cecil and Alma Pearl (Trott) Winland.
Mr. Winland was a Methodist by faith and  he was a U.S. Army veteran, having served in World War II.
He was a member of VFW Post 5303 in Woodsfield. He retired from the Ormet Corporation.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Mildred M. (Stephen) Winland; a son, Bruce Lynn Winland; and a brother, Russell Winland.
He leaves a son, J. Dean Winland of Barnesville; a daughter, Mrs. Pete (Joyce) Carpenter of Barnesville; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren.
 
Winland, John T.
February 22, 1932
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Winland, John
 
 
 
February 1920
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Winland, John
 
 
 
June 4, 1914
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Winland, Joseph
 
 
 
December 18, 1937
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Winland, Mariah
 
 
 
September 21, 1913
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Winland, Martha J.
 
 
 
May 10, 1923
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Winland, Martha K.
 
 
 
September 4, 1917
Source: Monroe County death records
 
 
Winland, Mary B.
 
 
October 15, 1915
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Winland, Mary C.
 
 
 
May 3, 1937
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Winland, Michael
 
January 15, 1962
 
June 1980
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
 Winland, Mildred A. (nee Garrett)
Source--The Daily Jeffersonian    Cambridge, Ohio
Published---July  2001
BARNESVILLE — Winland, Mildred A. , 79, of Malaga, died Tuesday (July 10, 2001) at Woodsfield Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
She was born April 1, 1922, in Beallsville, daughter of the late Herbert W. and Esther (Brown) Garrett.
Mrs. Winland was a member of New Castle Church of Christ and retired from Barnesville Hospital, where she served in the housekeeping department.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Russell L. Winland; a son, Lewis Winland; and two brothers, Clarence and James Garrett.
She leaves three sons, Charles (Regina) Winland and Thomas (Martha) Winland, both of Jerusalem, and Bill Winland of Alledonia; three brothers, Thomas Garrett of Galion, John Garrett of Jacksonville, Fla., and Homer Garrett of Millersburg; three sisters, Dorothy Johnson of Cambridge, Margaret Louthen of Reynoldsburg and Martha McConnell of Barnesville; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Campbell-Plumly-Milburn Funeral Home, Barnesville, where services will be 1 p.m. Friday.
Burial will be in Crestview Cemetery, Barnesville.
 
 
Winland, Opal
 
June 6, 1905
 
Aug 1984
 
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Winland, Pauline E.
May 2, 1920
February 7, 2000
Sardis
Source: Monroe County records
 
Winland, Robert
Source--Monroe County Beacon     Woodsfield, Ohio
Published--November 26, 1987
Winland, Robert of Graysville, a graduate of Skyvue High School, has successfully graduated from the United States Army Infantry School at Fort Benning, Georgia.
Winland enlisted in the United States Army and started basic training May 26. He graduated from basic training  at Fort McClellan, Alabama, on July 31.
Winland remained at Fort McClellan for an additional 10 weeks of Advanced Individual Training in Military Police. Robert graduated from AIT on October 7. He was then transferred to Fort Benning, Georgia, at which time he started airborne school.
The course consisted of three weeks of intensive instruction.
 
Winland, Rose B.
February 26, 1898
December 1993
Lewisville
Source: Monroe County records
 
Winland, Stillborn
November 4, 1935
Source: Monroe County records
 
Winland, Thelma
September 11, 1911
February 1981
Woodsfield
Source: Monroe County records
 
Winland, Tillie E.
April 24, 1902
 
 February 6, 1996
 
Lewisville
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Winland, Viola
May 14, 1907
 
September 1982
 
Lewisville
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Winland, William
 
March 10, 1902
 
June 1974
 
Sardis
Source: Monroe County records
 
 
Winter, Albert Winter
 
October 5, 1913
 
December 1978
 
Sardis
 
Winter, Conrad Winter
 
 
 
August 11, 1915
 
 
 
Winter, Harry Winter
 
July 8, 1889
 
March 1978
 
Woodsfield
 
Winter, Lena Winter
 
April 15, 1881
 
May 1973
 
Sardis
 
Winter, Sophia M. Winter
 
 
 
April 25, 1915
 
 
 
Winter, Wilhelmina Winter
 
17 Jul 1895
 
October 1982
 
Woodsfield
 
Winzenried, Julia Winzenried
 
December 14, 1894
 
February 1986
 
Beallsville
 
Winzenried, Lewis
Born: August 5, 1892, died: February 1973, residence:Beallsville, Ohio
 
Wire, L. D. and Clara Agmyre         X
            L. D. Wire and Clara Abmyre were married July 2, 1879.
Source: Monroe County marriage records
 
Wise, Asa A.
Born: June 6, 1921, died: December 28, 1996, residence: Woodsfield
 
Wise, Asa
Born: January 14, 1884, died: January 1970, residence: Graysville
 
Wise, August
Died: September 9, 1913
 
Wise, Gretcha           ?????
7m
25 October 1889
Bethel Twp.
 
Wise, Hester
March 26, 1909
 
October 1979
 
Graysville
 
Wise, Mrs. Shep Wise
 
 
 
March 5, 1917
 
Lewisville
 
Wise, Sarah J. Wise
 
 
 
March 4, 1917
 
 
 
Wise, Shepard Wise
 
September 25, 1835 Summit Twp.
 
July 10, 1924
 
 
SHIRLEY ANN WISE:
 
 Shirley A. Leach, 53, of 52327 Brownfield Hollow Road, Quaker City, died =
 at 3:15 A.M. Tuesday, April 4, 1989, in University Hospital, Columbus, =
 following a short illness.
 
 She was born November 11, 1935, near Summerfield, daughter of the late John =
 and Katie Wehr Wise.
 
 Surviving are her husband, Rex Leach of the home; three daughters, Mrs. =
 Gary (Penny) Reed of Caldwell Route 4, Mrs. Ricky (Betty Ann) Howiler of =
 Temperanceville and Mrs. Bill (Patty) Masciarelli of Summerfield; two =
 sons, Jeff and Mike Leach both of the home; four brothers, Sylvan Wise =
 and Robert Wise both of Summerfield, Royden Wise of Caldwell Route and =
 Gearld Wise of Woodsfield; two sisters, Lavina Woodby of Tennessee and =
 Sara Lou Snyder of Summerfield Route; and seven grandchildren.
 
 Mrs. Leach was preceded in by three brothers, Kenneth, Paul and =
 Junior Wise; and one grandson Donnie Howiler. Cambridge Jeffersonian =
 Cambridge Ohio.
 
 
 
Wise, William Wise
July 23, 1908
May 1976
Graysville
 
 
Wisener, John H. Wisener
 
 
 
December 30, 1916
 
 
 
Wisman, George Wisman
 
September 7, 1895
 
Aug 1970
 
Beallsville
 
Whitacre, John Reed
Source--Marietta Times     Marietta, Ohio
Published--January 16, 2005
PARKERSBURG - John Reed Whitacre, 64, of Parkersburg died Sunday , January 16, 2005 at Camden Clark Memorial Hospital. He was born July 20, 1940, in Monroe County, Ohio, a son of the late John L. and Elizabeth F. Reed Whitacre. John retired in 2002 from E.I. DuPont after 36 years of service. He was a graduate of Marietta College where he earned a bachelor of arts degree. He was an avid hunter and outdoorsman, and was a member of the National Rifle Association. John previously played on the DuPont Industrial Softball League and was a member of the DuPont Golf League. He was a NASCAR fan and was a talented woodworker. He is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, John S. and Lori Whitacre of Waverly, West Virginia; a daughter and son-in-law, Tawnya and Chris Reed of Waverly; four grandchildren, Caleb Runion in the United States Navy, Brittnie Runion of Waverly, John Sterling Whitacre of MineralWells, West Virginia, and Chance Workman of Waverly. He was preceded in death by his parents and his wife of 42 years, Joyce A. Whitacre, who died May 19, 2004. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at Leavitt Funeral Home, Parkersburg, with Pastor Scott Hannus officiating. Entombment in Sunset Memory Gardens. Visitation is from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday. Memorial contributions may be made to the Salvation Army 534 5th StreetParkersburg West Virginia 26101.
 
Willaims, Elmer Leroy
Source--Marietta Times    Marietta, Ohio
Published--January 25, 2005
            MACKSBURG - Elmer Leroy Williams, 67, of High Street, Macksburg, died Monday , January 24, 2005 at his home. He was born December 21, 1937, in Slabtown, Ohio, a son of the late Frank and Edith Howell Williams. His home had been in Macksburg for the past 43 years. He was a truck driver and a carpenter and he enjoyed woodworking. He married Shirley West, who died in 1996. He is survived by five sons, Allen Williams of Walnut Springs, Texas, Jerry Williams (Tina) of Macksburg, Justin Williams (Vickie) of Marietta, Scott Williams (Jennifer) of Tennessee, and Wayne Williams (Summer) of Summerfield; 16 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; two daughters, Debbie Watkins (Tom) of Ava, Ohio, and Tammy Polen (Tom) of Dudley, Ohio; one brother, Raymond Williams of Jacksonville, Florida; and one sister, Effie Townsend of Lowell. He is also survived by a number of nephews and nieces. He was preceded in death by his parents; three brothers, Howard Williams, Wayne Williams and Dwight Williams; and two sisters, Gertrude Hasley and Mary Williams. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Macksburg United Methodist Church with the Reverend James Fernihough officiating. Interment will be in Lund Cemetery in Macksburg. Friends may call at McClure-Schafer-Lankford Funeral Home from Wednesday morning until Thursday morning and at the church for one hour prior to the service.
 
 
Witchy, Frederick
March 7, 1916
 
 
 
Witchy, Jacob
January 16, 1917
 
 
 
Witschy, Gail
May 29, 1904
February 1991
Woodsfield
 
Witt , Timothy L. of Powhatan Point and Misty R. Markham of Parkersburg, West Virginia, were united in marrige March 18 with the Mayor Jerry Fisher of Bellaire officiating. The groom is the son of Powhatan Point natives Sharon and Ronald Witt. The bride is the daughter of Kimberly Hill of Parkersburg and Richard Markham of Akron. A formal wedding ceremony is planned for July 2 in Powhatan Point.
Source--Times Leader       Martins Ferry, Ohio
Published--March 29, 2005
 
 
Witten, Amanda
Died: February 8, 1913
Source: Monroe Coun ty records
 
Dath
Witten, Daisy
Apr 1879
 
Mar 1978
 
Sardis
 
Witten, Dorothy
February 18, 1914
 
May 1986
 
Sardis
 
Witten, Elmer E.
August 9, 1912
 
July 4, 2000
 
Sardis
 
Witten, John G.
October 10, 1922
May 27, 1996
Sardis
 
 
Witten, Joseph
Published--The Spirit of Democracy  Woodsfield, Ohio
June 6, 1918
            Joseph Witten was born January 31, 1830, and died June 1st, 1918, aged 88 years and four months. He was at his usual duties about the farm until a short while before his which occured just before one o'clock p.m. He was complaining of feeling badly and his faithful wife was doing all she could to relieve him---had sent for medical aid but before the dOctoberor could reach his home he passed peacefully away while sitting in a chair. All his Long and useful life he has been a remarkable active, industrious, energetic and prosperous man. Generous, considerate and kind to all with whom he came in touch. A kind and indulgent father and husband. He leaves to mourn his departure, a wife--who was Kate Okey--three sons and six daughters. He was preceded to the beyond by two daughters, Temperance and Maud. One son, Jere, is in The United States Army in France. He died in sight of the home place of his birth, which is a beautiful location on the banks of the Ohio River, and on this farm settled his grand parents who came from Wheeling Fort and who are the pioneers of Monroe County---having settled there September 1st., 1790. He beLonged to a family of rivermen, he being the youngest of five brothers, all of whom were Pittsburgh, Cinncinnati and Louisville pilots. He was a great favorite with the rivermen of his day. Always stood for sobriety and religion and was respected by the boatmen for the stand he took. It was said of him that he was a very careful farsighted river pilot, never having an accident in his 25 years of active service as a riverman. He was a United States pilot on a gunboat that did service on the Ohio River for awhile during the Civil War. He d very much enjoyed talking about his river experiences since he quit the river. He was the twin brother of the late Mrs. J.R. Morris and is the last survivor of a family of thirteen children whose parents were Peter and Rachael Witten. He has large farm interests and a beautiful and commodious home in one of the most beautiful and attractive locations in Monroe County. He has always been very much interested in current events and took great interest in politics, in church work, and in everything progressive and for the uplift of the community in which he lived. He has so lived that not only will he be greatly missed by his family and those who knew him best, but by the church and community and he has always Longed to see our community improved by good roads and trolley lines and our state be put in the dry column. He has been an active and valued member of the M.E. Church in this community since 1860, and is among the last survivors of the founders of that church in this neighborhood. He was generous and benevolent for every good cause, His remains were laid to rest in the historical Witten Cemetery, which has been the burial ground of The Witten Family and community for the last one hundred and twenty five years.
  Mr. Witten was one of our oldest and most valued friends and we sympathize with the family in their sad bereavement. Truly, a good man has been taken from our midst.
(typed by betty
 
Witten, Lila
February 26, 1893
 
February 1983, residence: Sardis
 
Witten, Marjorie Frances ( Bradfield)
Source:Times Recorder . . . . Zanesville, OH . . . Mar 2002
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
            MARIETTA -- Marjorie Frances Witten, 82, died Monday, March 25, 2002, surrounded by family at her home.
Born September 26, 1919, in Monroe County, she was a daughter of Sam and Lydia Bradfield.
            She married Ralph Witten on December 16, 1942, in Ravenna, where they both worked at the time. She was the Matriarch of the Witten Farms market of Beverly and she and her husband Started farming on the Ohio River near Fly. In 1958, they moved their business and their children to the present location near Beverly.
            Her husband, Ralph, of 59 years survives. Also surviving are five daughters, Carol Witten of Richmond, Calif., Barbara (Roger) Schaad of Beverly, Sue (Rick) Whitacre of Zanesville, Polly Ann (Larry) Campbell of Lowell and Debbie (Marty) Witten Dematteis of Jamestown, Pa.; two sons, Jerry (Bonnie) Witten of Lowell and Ralph Witten Jr. of Lowell; seven grandsons; three granddaughters; two great-granddaughters; and two great-grandsons.
            Visitation is 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at McClure-Schafer-Lankford Funeral Home in Marietta.
Services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home with the Rev. Zack Waite officiating. Burial will be in East Lawn Memorial Park.
 
Witten, Ruth G.
 
 
June 16, 1914
 
 
 
Witten, Waneda C.
 
April 23, 1919
 
January 14, 1998
Sardis
 
Witten, William  
Source--Marietta Times     Marietta, Ohio
Published--January 28, 2005
 
NEWPORT, Ohio - William Witten, 89, of Newport died Wednesday , January 26, 2005  at the Arbors at Marietta. He was born September 20, 1915, at Fly, Ohio, a son of the late Fred and Maude Tuel Witten. He was a retired farmer. He was a 1934 graduate of Stover High School in New Matamoras, Ohio, and a member of the Newport United Methodist Church. He was a member of the Farm Bureau, and was a livestock dealer for many years. His hobbies included sports (baseball was his favorite) and to watch his family play sports. He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Ella Jane Storm Witten; children, Virginia "Ginny" Blosser of Lowell, Ohio, Mary Jane Taylor of Saint Marys, West Virginia., and Ray Witten and his wife, Jane, and Rachel Edgar and her husband, Dave, all of Newport; eight grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; one sister, Ruth Witten of Sardis, Ohio; and several nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; one son, Billy Witten; a special grandson who died December  31, 2004, Derek LaBarre, and grandson, Tommy Blosser; brothers, Theodore Witten, Joseph Witten, Elmer Witten, Ralph Witten, and John Witten; and sisters, Margaret Hubbard and Mabel Adams. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan.uary  29, 2005 at the Newport United Methodist Church in Newport with the Reverend  Steven M. Smith officiating. Burial will be in the Witten Family Cemetery at Fly, Ohio. Calling hours are from 2 to 9 p.m. today at the Ingram Funeral Home in Saint Marys, West Virginia , and from noon to 1 p.m. Saturday at the church.
 
 
Wittenbrook, Albert H.
May 17, 1914
 
 
 
Wittenbrook, Blanche
June 20, 1899
 
September 1986
 
Woodsfield
 
Wittenbrook, Donald E.
 
May 31, 1915
 
March 29, 1993
 
Woodsfield
 
Wittenbrook, Harry
May 1, 1893
October 1975
Woodsfield
 
 
Wittenbrook, Jane E.
June 1, 1917
 
 
Wittenbrook, Louis
1880 census, Center township, Monroe County
Louis was age 20, was living with his father: Fred Wittenbrook age 62 andhis brother: William, age 30; sister: Lana age 28 years; brother: John, age 25 years; brother: George, age 18 years and brother: Frank age 14 years.
 
Wohnahas, Bernard L.
November 2, 1909
May 1, 1997
Sardis
 
Wohnhas, Albert
 
August 14, 1905
 
May 14, 1996
 
Woodsfield
 
Wohnhas, Gaye Wohnhas
 
July 5, 1907
 
July 12, 1992
 
Sardis
 
Wohnhas, Joseph Wohnhas
 
 
 
September 10, 1913
 
 
 
Wohnhas, Mary A. Wohnhas
 
 
 
March 20, 1913
 
 
 
Wohnhas, Paul R. Wohnhas
 
September 7, 1905
 
January 1989
 
Sardis
 
Wohnhas, Rosa Wohnhas
 
 
 
July 21, 1917
 
 
 
Woll, Michael Woll
 
June 4, 1838
 
November 26, 1932
 
 
 
Wood, Elizabeth Wood
 
 
 
December 29, 1916
 
Wood, H. Russell
H. Russell Wood, 104, of Shadyside, died Friday, October. 29, 2004, in the Shadyside Care Center in Shadyside.
He was born June 12, 1900, in Woodsfield, Ohio, a son of the late Jacob and Mary Louise Mathews Wood.
Russell was a dye maker for the former Belmont Casket Company in Shadyside and a member of the church of Christ in Shadyside.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Marceline Ault Wood on Sept. 20, 1997; and two sons, Donald L. Wood in 1990 and  William R. Wood in 2001.
Surviving are three granddaughters, Lori Wood Brown of Shadyside and Donna Wood Spencer and Tammy Wood Elmore, both of Weirton; seven great-grandchildren, Chelsea Brown, Taylor Brown, Logan Brown, Sasha Elmore, Tysa Elmore, Tiara Elmore and Christopher Spencer; and one great- great-grandson, Christopher Spencer II.
Family and friends will be received at the Bauknecht- Altmeyer Funeral Homes and Crematory, 3900 Central Ave., Shadyside, on Monday from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m., where services will be held on Tuesday at 11 a.m. with Evangelist Jeffrey A. Kent officiating. Interment will be in the Powhatan Cem- etery in Powhatan Point.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Valley Hospice Inc., 98B E. Cove Road, Wheeling, WV 26003.
Expressions of condolences may be offered at www.altmeyer. com.
Source: the Times Leader, Martins Ferry, Ohio, Saturday, October 30, 2004.
 
Wood, James A.
Died: December 17, 1916
 
 
Wood, Lucy
Died: March 17, 1920
 
 
 
Wood, Thomas J. Wood
 
 
 
January 9, 1919
 
 
 
Wood, Thomas W.
February 16, 1921
 
Woodby, Herbert H.
Source--Marietta Times     Marietta, Ohio
Published--February 4, 2004
            Herbert H. Woodby, 75, of 49960 County Road 21, Sarahsville, died at 5:02 a.m. Tuesday (February 3, 2004) at Southeastern Ohio Regional Medical Center in Cambridge.
    He was born Oct. 17, 1928, in Townsend, Tennessee, to Joseph and Hester Caylor Woodby. He was a retired employee of the former Consolidated Aluminum Corp. in Hannibal, Ohio. A U.S. Army veteran of the Korean conflict, he received a double Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars. He was a Protestant by faith.
    He is survived by his wife, Lavina Wise Carpenter Woodby; two sons, Herbert Woodby and his wife, Andrea, of Byesville, and Jeff Woodby and his wife, Cathy, of Woodsfield; one daughter, Deborah Woodby of Woodsfield; three stepdaughters, Sharon Cline of Summerfield, Dee Dee Leasure of Sarahsville, and Debbie Kopp of East Sparta, Ohio; three stepsons, Les Carpenter and Mark Carpenter, both of Summerfield, and Robin Carpenter of Woodsfield; five sisters, Wilma McKinney of Townsend, Tenn., Polly Fox of Buena Vista, Calif., Pearl Riley of Michigan, Bessie McNeelly of Memphis, Tenn., and Mary Layman of Honolulu, Hawaii; three brothers, Roy Woodby of Florida, Bill Woodby of Virginia and Jerry Woodby of Townsend, Tenn.; four grandchildren, Joshua Woodby, Tyler Woodby, Jennifer Woodby and Jaclyn Woodby; 16 stepgrandchildren; and three stepgreat-grandchildren.
    He was preceded in death by his parents; and one brother, Floyd Woodby.
    Services are at 1 p.m. Friday at Brubach-Watters Funeral Home in Summerfield, Ohio, with Pastor Gary Fitzgerald officiating. Burial is in Calais Cemetery at Calais, Ohio, with full military graveside services to be conducted. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.
 
Woodrum, Davey Davis
Lewisville, Ohio - Davey Davis Woodrum, 15, of Lewisville died Friday (October. 22, 2004).
Services are at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home in Woodsfield. Calling hours are from 4 to 9 p.m. today. Source: Marietta Times, Monday, October 25, 2004.
 
Wool, Michael
1880 census, Center Township, Monroe County, Ohio
Michael was 42 years of age, born in bavaria about 1838.
Wife: Eve, age 41, born in Bavaria about 1839.
 
Workman, Alda M.
June 19, 1917
March 16, 1998
Woodsfield
 

August 13, 1979

DEATH

Anne Young, nee Workman

Source: Times Recorder

 

    Mrs. Anne Young 42, of Oaklawn Avenue, Woodsfield, died at 9:30 a.m. Sunday at Barnesville Hospital following an illness of several months.

     She was born November 3, 1936, at Canton, the daughter of Clyde and Nellie Kerr Workman. She was a member of St. Paul United Church of Christ at Woodsfield and was an employee of Barnesville Hospital.

     Surviving are her husband, Robert; two daughters, Mrs. Kim Garten of Marietta and Miss Terri Young of the home; two sons, David of Woodsfield and Michael of the home; and one brother, Robert Workman of Woodsfield.

     Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. today at Bauer and Turner Funeral Home at Woodsfield where the service will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday with the Reverend Gene Kraus officiating. Burial will be in Miltonsburg Cemetery at Woodsfield Route 3.

 

 
Workman, Caroline
            Died: sJuly 23, 1918
 
 
 
Workman, Charles Workman
 
 May 27, 1900
 
August 1981
 
Beallsville
 
Workman, Charles
 Source--Toothman Memorial Obituaries     Jacobsburg, Ohio
Published--August 2004
 Workman , Charles O. "Onnie" , Sr., 72 of Belmont, Ohio died Monday, August 2, 2004 at his home.He was born at Shadyside, Ohio, January 29, 1932 a son of the late George and Hilda Schafer Workman.Onnie was a former employee at the Belmont County Children's Home at Tacoma, a retired employee of the former Y and O Coal Allison Mine at Beallsville and was a member of Weyer Lodge #541 Free and Accepted Masons at Centerville.In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by a brother Floyd and a sister Ruthann.Surviving are his wife of 52 years, Delores Mellott Workman; one son, Charles (Sandy) Workman, Jr. of Barnesville; two daughters, Susan (Chuck) Kennedy of Prosperity, Pennsylvania. and Pamela Cramer of Bellaire; three sisters, Dorothy Flowers of Dothan, Alabama; Martha Lee Heath of Centerville and JoEtta Angel of Obetz, Ohio; two brothers, Cecil Workman and Richard Workman both of Jacobsburg; 9 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Toothman Funeral Home, Jacobsburg where services will be held Thursday at 1:00 p.m.  Burial will follow in Holly Memorial Gardens, Pleasant Grove.Masonic services will be held Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.
 
 
Workman, Clarence
 
October 8, 1922
 
August 1979
 
Clarington
 
Workman, Clyde Workman
 
April 1, 1896
 
May 1971
 
Woodsfield
 
Workman, David G. Workman
 
 
 
April 1, 1923
 
Beallsville
 
Workman, Etta Workman
 
 
 
April 19, 1913
 
 
 
Workman, Evelyn Workman
 
 
 
March 5, 1932
 
 
 
Workman, Forest M. Workman
 
 
 
August 16, 1932
 
 
 
Workman, George A. Workman
 
 
 
 April 21, 1927
 
 
 
Workman, Hattie H. Workman
 
 
 
September 21, 1922
 
 
 
Workman, Herbert L. Workman
 
January 22, 1916
 
June 2, 1989
 
Jerusalem
 
Workman, Homer E. Workman
August 10, 1934
January 20, 2002
Woodsfield
Workman, Homer Elroy
SOURCE: Marietta Times . . . Marietta, OH . . Jan 2002
 . . WOODSFIELD - Homer Elroy Workman, 67, of Flauhaus Ridge Road died Sunday (Jan. 20, 2002) at the Woodsfield Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
            He was born in Monroe County to Homer M. and Eunice Henderlong Workman. He was a U.S. Air Force veteran and was retired from Conalco Corp. at Hannibal. He was a member of Laings Presbyterian Church, Center Grange, American Legion Post 0760 at Hannibal, Senior Citizens Group at Clarington, and Christian Singles & Doubles at New Martinsville, W.Va.
He is survived by his wife, Caroline Lively Workman; two sons, Trent Workman and Keith Workman; one daughter, Lesia Stone; his mother of Laings; one sister, Darlene Quails of Woodsfield; seven stepchildren; two grandchildren; 14 stepgrandchildren; and four stepgreat-grandchildren.
            He was preceded in death by his father.
            Services are at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home, 100 S. Paul St., Woodsfield, with Pastor Michael Anderson officiating. Burial is in Oaklawn Cemetery at Woodsfield with military graveside services. Friends will be received from 2 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Center Grange services are at 6 p.m. today at the funeral home
 
 
Workman, Homer
 
April 24, 1907
 
Aug 1975
 
Woodsfield
 
Workman, Hudson
 
December 14, 1888
 
June 1980
 
Lewisville
 
Workman, Margaret
 
 
November 28, 192
 
 
 
Workman, Marvan T. M.
 
1-6-17
 
27 November 1878
 
Green Twp.
 
Workman, Olive
 
Dec . 7, 1912
 
December 1985
 
Woodsfield
 
Workman, Olive Workman
 
December 7, 1912
 
December 1985
 
Woodsfield
 
Workman, Olive Workman
 
September 28, 1902
 
Apr 1970
 
Beallsville
 
Workman, Robert Workman
 
November 12, 1918
 
September 1985
 
Woodsfield
 
Workman, Robert Workman
 
November 12, 1918
 
September 1985
 
Woodsfield
Workman, Rose B. Workman
 
 October 26, 1929
 
 
Workman, Stillborn Workman
 
 
 
November 26, 1921
 
 
Worley, Walter
Source--Toothman Memorial Obituaries    Jacobsburg, Ohio
Published--October 2004
 Worley , Walter Burton , 71 of Pipe Creek Road, Jacobsburg, Ohio died Sunday, October 10, 2004 in Belmont Community Hospital at Bellaire. He was born October 21, 1932 at Pipe Creek, a son of the late James E. Worley and Mary B. Smith Worley. Walter was a retired truck driver and mechanic, an Air Force veteran of the Korean War, Life member of the Disabled American Veterans in Bellaire, member of the Powhatan American Legion, he served as trustee of the Bellaire Clinic for 20 years and was the current president of  Fair Housing of Belmont County. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two brothers, John and Eddie Worley and a sister, Gale Rushman. Surviving are his wife, Gale Newell Worley; a son, James Worley of Senecaville; four daughters, Georgia Homko of Pipe Creek, Pam and Tam Worley at Home, and Mary Long of Jacobsburg; two sisters, Emma Rimel of Pipe Creek and Mary Lou Rushman of Columbus; 10 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Toothman Funeral Home in Jacobsburg on Tuesday from 6 to 9 p.m. where services will be held on Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. Burial follows in Glencoe Cemetery. Belmont County Council of American Legions will conduct services at 12:50 p.m. Wednesday in the funeral home.
 
Wright, Edith
 
January 12, 1913
 
February 1976
 
Lewisville
 
Wright, Edward W.
 
March 15, 1908
 
July 27, 1993
 
Cameron
 
Wright, Florence
 
26 May 1908
 
20 Sep 2000
 
Woodsfield
 
Wright, Henry L. Wright
 
February 15, 1942
 
July 25, 2002
 
Woodsfield
 
Wright, Herman U. Wright
 
 
 
February 26, 1917
 
 
 
Wright, Laura L. Wright
 
October 6, 1915
 
December 18, 1998
 
Cameron
 
Wright, Lillie Wright
 
October 10, 1897
 
March 1976
 
Sardis
 
Wright, Rathma J. Wright
 
June 29, 1933
 
May 9, 2002
 
Clarington
 
Wright, William H. Wright
 
November 20, 1920
 
May 23, 1992
 
Lewisville
 
 
Yarbrough, William E.
Source--Grisell Memorial Obituaries   Bellaire, Ohio
Published--April 24, 2005
Yarbrough, William E., age 60 of West 48th Street, Shadyside, Ohio, formerly of
Powhatan Point, died Saturday, April 23, 2005 at Belmont Community Hospital, Bellaire.
He was born on January 16, 1945 in Marshall County, West Virginia, the son of the late Donald Dean and Dorothy Mae Rash Yarbrough.
He was a retired coal miner form Quarto number4 Mine in Clarington, Ohio; a Methodist by faith; a United States Army veteran; a member of the American Legion Post 227, Bridgeport; United Mine Workers of America; and Local Union 1785, Dilles Bottom.
Survivors include his wife Marilyn McGilton Yarbrough, a daughter Sherri Yarbrough of Powhatan Point, a son Greg Yarbrough of Chicago, Illinois, a step-son John Steadman of Shadyside, four step-daughters Hope Stewart of Shadyside, Brandie Shreffler of Wheeling, Billie Jo Goudy, and Kim Grigg both of Powhatan Point, a brother John Yarbrough of Saint Clairsville, an aunt Patty Wolfe, a cousin Vicky Miller both of Moundsville, and ten grandchildren.
Services will be held at the convenience of the family.
Arrangements entrusted to Grisell Funeral Home, Bellaire, Ohio.
 
 
Yaus, Keith Yaus
 
January 19, 1915
 
March 9, 1988
 
unknown
 
Yaus, Martha P. Yaus
 
February 3, 1920
 
January 8, 2000
 
Jerusalem
 
Yester, Blanche Yester
 
December 30, 1891
 
February 25, 1994
 
Sardis
 
Yingling, Betty J. Yingling
 
July 11, 1933
 
June 26, 2002
 
Beallsville
 
Yockey, Leah M. Yockey
 
 
 
March 26, 1925
 
 
 
Yockey, Lorena C. Yockey
 
 
 
November 10, 1913
 
 
 
Yockey, Margaret H. Yockey
 
 
 
September 6, 1917
 
 
 
Yockey, Stillborn
January 26, 1929
 
 Yocum, Michael D.
Source:Daily Jeffersonian . . Cambridge, OH . . Aug 2001 .
Provided by Betty Lendon Matson
.           Woodsfield -- Michael D. Yocum, 33, of 363 W. Marietta St. died at 4:25 a.m. Tuesday (August 28, 2001) at Marietta Memorial Hospital.
He was born April 29, 1968, in Bellaire to Nancy Hartley Sirianni and Arthur Dean Yocum. He was a 1986 graduate ofBeallsville, OhioHigh School atBeallsville, Ohioand Swiss Hills Vocational School at Woodsfield. He was a former department manager for Galyans in Columbus and was a Protestant by faith.
            He is survived by his mother of Lewisville; his father of Centerville; his stepfather, Fred Sirianni Jr. of Lewisville; his stepmother, Kathy Yocum of Centerville; two sisters, Hollie Tisher of Lewisville and Erica Sirianni of Lewisville; two brothers, John Yocum of Barnesville and Rocky Sirianni of Lewisville; two stepbrothers; two stepsisters; his maternal grandmother, Katherine Hartley of Woodsfield; and his stepgrandparents, Fred Sr. and Ada Sirianni of Lewisville, and Martha Betts of New Martinsville, W.Va.
            He was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Harry Hartley Sr.; and his paternal grandparents, Robert and Eulalia Yocum.
            Memorial services are at 8 p.m. today at Watters Funeral Home, 37501 Ohio 78 West, Woodsfield, with Pastor Wayne Clark officiating. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Friends will be received from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
            Memorial contributions may be made to the Strecker Cancer Center, 401 Matthew St., Marietta, Ohio 45750.
 
 
Yoe, Aaron Yoe
 
June 8, 1857
 
March 12, 1922
 
 
 
Yoe, Eli Yoe
 
 
 
June 7, 1932
 
 
 
Yoe, Januaryie Yoe
 
October 15, 1881
 
March 1981
 
Sycamore Valley
 
Yoe, Martha A. Yoe
 
 
 
November 23, 1914
 
 
 
 
EDGAR LYNN Yoho:
 
Woodsfield---Edgar Lynn Yoho, 68, Lewisville Route 1, died Thursday =
 
afternoon at his home. He was born May 14, 1918 in Monroe County, son of =
 
the late Edgar F. and Sarah B. Buchanan Yoho.
 
Mr. Yoho is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Barbara Hamilton, and a =
 
step-daughter, Mrs. Fairy Burnell, both of Columbus.
 
Friends may call from 2 to 9 P.M. Sunday at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home, =
 
Woodsfield, where services will be held 1 P.M. Monday. Burial will be in =
 
Oaklawn Cemetery, Woodsfield 30 April 1987.
 
 
 
Yoho, Elizabeth Yoho
 
June 20, 1833
 
March 25, 1921
 
 
Elizabeth Yoho
Source:The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Friday, September 27, 1844  
Mrs. Elizabeth Yoho, relict of Samuel Yoho, died suddenly Saturday, September 21, 1844, inst. in 63rd year of her age. She was a Long member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Two sons being only member of her family now living at home. They found her lying on the bed insensible and she died half hour later.
 
Yoho, Everett
            Born: April 11, 1894. Died: April 1966. Residence: Woodsfield
 
Yoho, Frank Lewis
SOURCE: THE BLOOMFIELD NEWS, Bloomfield, Greene County, Indiana, Thursday, January 26, 1933, Volume XVII, Number 13, Page 6, Columns 4 & 5, “DEATH’S HARVEST. YOHO.” [Transcribed 26 Aug 2000 from Bloomfield-Eastern Greene County Public Library’s IHS Microfilm Records.]
            Frank Lewis YOHO, oldest son of Isaac Mahlon and Sarah E. YOHO, was born in Noble County, Ohio October 28, 1866, and died January 10, 1933.
            The parents left their Ohio home and became one of the early settlers of Indiana, locating in Monroe County.
            His grandfather, Samuel YOHO, saw service in the Mexican War.
            His father, Mahlon YOHO served three and one-half years in the Union Army during the Civil War, campaigning with the eastern armies.
            The family moved to a farm near Solsberry, Greene County. Here Frank grew to manhood and married Effie FRAME, the daughter of Jacob and Martha FRAME, 1888.
            He served four years as mail carrier out of Solsberry. In 1904 he purchased a general store here and had been in the same store until the time of his death.
            Early in life he became a member of M. E. church of Solsberry. He was a member of the Men’s Bible class, where he was never found missing until a few weeks ago, when his health would not permit him to attend.
            He was affiliated with the Solsberry Masonic fraternity Lodge No. 411 F. & A. M., and also the Improved Order of Red Men.
            He served two terms as commissioner of the First district of Greene County, his time expiring in December. He always was conscientious in his work, dong what he thought best. In this field of work he won many true friends.
            In 1910, Marthena, the infant daughter of Charley and Jessie (FRAME) JOHNSON, was taken in his home.
            In 1912, Mrs. YOHO passed away. He and Marthena were taken into the home of his father and mother, where they lived until his mother passed away. In 1925 Marthena was married to Wayne SHERROW. These two have made home happy for him. Two little children came into the home, which afforded him much joy. Little DeWayne was taken seven months ago. His going saddened the life of his foster grandfather.
            His father, mother and one sister have passed on.
            The surviving relatives are Walter, Oscar, Will and Mrs. Mayme CORWIN, of Solsberry; Mrs. Della ORCHARD, of Bloomington, and Mrs. Myrtle BARNES, of Indianapolis; the foster daughter, Marthena, husband and baby. A large number of other relatives and true friends are left to mourn his going.
            “Fades, fades, our earthly joys. Breaks every tender tie; farewell mortality, welcome eternity; farewell loved ones, welcome sweet scene of rest; welcome my Savior’s breast.”
            Honorary pallbearers were H. L. DONEY, Wm. VOSLOH, Charles DAVIS, Harry LANDIS, Jake GARRETT, Roll BUSKIRK, Elmer SHERWOOD, James PRIEST, William BROWN, Earl HUFFMAN, James M. HUDSON, and E. V. BULL.
            We wish to express our sincere thanks to the many friends for their kindness and sympathy during the sickness and death of our Brother and Father; also for the many beautiful floral offerings.
            Brothers and Sisters
            Mr. & Mrs. Wayne SHERROW.
 
Yoho, Isaac
Source:The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Saturday, April 29, 1848
  Isaac Yoho died Tuesday Last at the house of J. F. Randolph in this place at the age of 32 years, 7 months, and 14 days.
 
Yoho, Jacob
Died: January 8, 1924
 
 
Yoho, Mrs. Jane
               Mrs. Jane Yoho, wife of R. P. Yoho of near Woodsfield, fell to the floor Tuesday forenoon, February 1, 1916, while doing her household work and died in a few moments. Deceased was the mother of Prof. E. F. Yoho of our public schools.
Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio Thursday, February 3, 1916
Jane (nee KEYLOR):
Mrs. Jane Keylor Yoho was born October 27, 1858, at Miltonsburg, Ohio. =
 
She departed from this life on February 1, 1916, form her earthly home near =
 
Woodsfield, Ohio, to her Heavenly Home, in the father of her life in the =
 
Methodist Church, and at the time of her departure she was 58 years, 3 =
 
months and 4 days old. On Januaryuary 10, 1877, she married to Reuben P. =
 
Yoho, to this union 11 children were born. Three daughters and one son =
 
preceded the mother to the Great Beyond. The husband, four sons, three =
 
daughters, two brothers and two sisters survive. The children are; Edgar =
 
F. of Woodsfield, Melville, of Bartlesville Okla., Earl J., of Birds, =
 
ILL., Mrs. C.L. Rockwell, of Drumwright, Okla., and Roscoe, Pearl, and =
 
Mabel at home. The brothers are; Joseph and John Keylor, the sisters, =
 
Mrs. Wm. Paith and Mrs. John Winland, all of whom reside near =
 
Woodsfield, Ohio, also many other near relatives and friends.
 
 
 
The funeral services were held in the Buchanan Presbyterian Church at 11 =
 
o'clock Saturday February 5, 1916, the services were conducted by the =
 
Rev. V.E. Willigs, of the First M. E. Church of Woodsfield, Ohio =
 
assisted by the Rev. J.M. Goddard. The text used was: "I bowed down =
 
heavily as one that mourneth for this mother."--Psalm 35:14. A quartet =
 
composed of Miss Giffin, Miss Pope, and Mr. Webb of Woodsfield, =
 
furnished the music. Interment was made in the Buchanan Cemetery. =
 
Thursday 10 Fe. 1916 Spirit of Democracy.
 
 
 
 
Yoho, Martha J. Yoho
January 15, 1900
August 30, 1999
Woodsfield
 
 
Yoho, Mary Jane
               Mary Jane Yoho, 81 years of age, died at the County Infirmary on August 25, 1910. Her burial was made atBeallsville, Ohio, Ohio.
Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio
 
Yoho, Opal
Yoho, Opal E., nee Ruckman
Source--Grisell Memorial Obituaries     Moundsville, West Virginia
Published--April11, 2005
 
Yoho, Opal E., age 87, of Fifth St., Moundsville, died Saturday, April 09, 2005 at Moundview Health Care Center.
She was born on March 24, 1918 in Woodlands, West Virginia, the daughter of Everett V. and Margarett Adaline McBride Ruckman.
She was a member of the First Christian Church, Moundsville.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a daughter Janice K. Norman, two brothers Ray H. and Roy W. Ruckman, two sisters Freda Omar Rine and Bernice Jasper Buck.
Survivors include her husband Harlan B. Yoho, a son Myron D. (Barbara) Yoho of Moundville, three granddaughters Teresa Williamson of
Sardis, Ohio, Cari Jo Littleton of Moundsville, Lisa K. Tuefel of Netter Fort, West Virginia, a niece Karen Reed of Moundsville, three nephews Mark Ruckman of Ohio, Matthew Ruckman of Tennessee, Jasper Buck of Maryland, s sister-in-law Letha Taylor Ruckman of Proctor, four great-grandchildren.
Family will receive friends on Monday from 2-4 and 7-9pm at Grisell Funeral Home and Crematory, 400 Jefferson Avenue, Moundsville, where funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 2:00pm with Mike Eskridge with officiating. Interment in Riverview Cemetery, Moundsville.
 
 
 
Yoho, Peter Yoho, Jr.
Source:The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Weds., October 1, 1851
  Peter Yoho, Jr., of this township, died Thursday Last. He was about 30 years old.
 
 
 
Yoho, Rosa, nee Foehrenbach
April 13, 1887
January 7, 1919
Mrs. Rosa Yoho, daughter of Jacob and Lousia Foehrenbach, was born near =
 
Woodsfield, Ohio April 13, 1887, and died at Drumright, Oklahoma, January 7, =
 
1919 at the age of 31 years, eight months and 24 days. On December 27, =
 
1904, she was united in marriage to Mr. Mellville Yoho and to this union =
 
were born two children, Vada, aged 10 and Ruben aged 7. Death was the =
 
result of an attack of pneumonia. She leaves to morn her early and =
 
sudden death her husband and two children, father and mother, two =
 
brothers, Geo W. and Walter M. Foehrenbach, and one sister, Mrs. Clara =
 
Buchanan. Also a large number of relatives and friends. The funeral took =
 
place Monday afternoon, January 13, from the residence of her parents. =
 
Burial at Buchanan Cemetery. Rev. A.H. Knipping of the Evangelical =
 
Church at Woodsfield, conducted the funeral. 16 January. 1919 Spirit of =
 
Democracy Woodsfield Ohio.
 
Yoho, Ruben Perry
Ruben P. Yoho, age 72 years, of Woodsfield, died Monday night at 11 =
 
o'clock at the Cambridge Hospital where he underwent surgical treatment =
 
several days ago for amputation of his leg. He had been suffering from =
 
complications for several months and last fall was a patient at a =
 
Zanesville hospital. Mr. Yoho was removed to the local hospital about 10 =
 
days ago.
 
The body was removed to the Stevens morgue where it was prepared for =
 
burial and Tuesday was removed to the home in Woodsfield. 26 Amy 1924 =
 
Cambridge Jeffersonian.
 
 
Yoho, Sarah Emily                                                                                Source--Wheeling News Register       Wheeling, West Virginia                                       Published--May 10, 1924
 
Yoho, Mrs. Sarah , aged 72, died yesterday morning at her home on Peters Run after a brief illness. Mrs. Yoho was born in Monroe County, Ohio, and came here 33 years ago. Besides her husband she leaves the following children: Frank at home, William M., Jr. of Elm Grove, George of Wheeling, Mrs. Leona Kuhens of Elm Grove, Mrs. Della Gibson of Wheeling, Mrs. Frieda Fordyce and Mrs. Luella Fordyce of Elm Grove; 25 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon with Reverend. M.Riddle, pastor of the Elm Grove Methodist Episcopal Church, officiating. Burial will be at Stone Church cemetery.
 
 
SARAH (nee BUCHANAN)
 
Mrs. Sarah Yoho, 82, of the Woodsfield-Lewisville Road, died Friday =
 
morning, January 1, 1965, at 4:15 o'clock at her home after a two weeks =
 
illness.
 
She was born near Woodsfield, November 3, 1882, a daughter of the late =
 
Clelland and Lucinda Schell Buchanan, and was the widow of E.F. Yoho, =
 
who died June 8, 1948.
 
Mrs. Yoho was a member of the Buchanan Presbyterian Church Monore Rebeka =
 
Lodge No. 645 Woodsfield and Center Grange.
 
Surviving are a son; Lynn Yoho, of the home and a granddaughter, Miss =
 
Barbara Yoho of Columbus.
 
Rebekah ritualistic services were held at the Buer and Truner Funeral =
 
Home on Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
 
Funeral services were held in their chapel on Sunday afternoon at two =
 
o'clock, with Rev. Boyd Burd officiating. Burial was in the Oaklawn =
 
Cemetery. Thursday January 7 1965 Monroe County Beacon Woodsfield Ohio.=20
 
 
 
 
Yoho, Jane (nee KEYLOR):
 
Mrs. Jane Keylor Yoho was born October 27, 1858, at Miltonsburg, Ohio. =
 
She departed from this life on February 1, 1916, form her earthly home near =
 
Woodsfield, Ohio, to her Heavenly Home, in the father of her life in the =
 
Methodist Church, and at the time of her departure she was 58 years, 3 =
 
months and 4 days old. On January 10, 1877, she married to Reuben P. =
 
Yoho, to this union 11 children were born. Three daughters and one son =
 
preceded the mother to the Great Beyond. The husband, four sons, three =
 
daughters, two brothers and two sisters survive. The children are; Edgar =
 
F. of Woodsfield, Melville, of Bartlesville Okla., Earl J., of Birds, =
 
ILL., Mrs. C.L. Rockwell, of Drumwright, Okla., and Roscoe, Pearl, and =
 
Mabel at home. The brothers are; Joseph and John Keylor, the sisters, =
 
Mrs. Wm. Paith and Mrs. John Winland, all of whom reside near =
 
Woodsfield, Ohio, also many other near relatives and friends.
 
 
 
The funeral services were held in the Buchanan Presbyterian Church at 11 =
 
o'clock Saturday February 5, 1916, the services were conducted by the =
 
Rev. V.E. Willigs, of the First M. E. Church of Woodsfield, Ohio =
 
assisted by the Rev. J.M. Goddard. The text used was: "I bowed down =
 
heavily as one that mourneth for this mother."--Psalm 35:14. A quartet =
 
composed of Miss Giffin, Miss Pope, and Mr. Webb of Woodsfield, =
 
furnished the music. Interment was made in the Buchanan Cemetery. =
 
Thursday 10 Fe. 1916 Spirit of Democracy.
 
W. E. YOHO, 89, DIES SUNDAY:WELL KNOWN PETER’S RUN FARMER SUCCUMBED TO FIVE MONTHS ILLNESS
 
William Eugene Yoho, 89, well-known Ohio county farmer and a resident of Peter’s Run road for the past 44 years, succumbed to an illness of five months duration at 6:08 o’clock, Sunday evening, at his home. Mr. Yoho was born in Monroe County, Ohio, August 13, 1847, a son of Jacob and Christina Stein Yoho. He came to Ohio county nearly half a century ago and had engaged in farming up until the time of his illness. His wife, Sarah E. Smith Yoho preceded him in death 12 years ago. Surviving are three sons, five daughters, two half-brothers, three half-sisters, 28 grandchildren and 39 great grandchildren. The body was removed to the Crider Funeral Home where services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3 o’clock. Reverend A. Coleman Brown, pastor of the Elm Grove Methodist Church, will officiate. Interment will follow in Stone Church cemetery.
 
Yonley,  Harry
SOURCE: Daily Jeffersonian . . Cambridge, OH . . May 2001
WOODSFIELD — Harry Yonley, 74, of Fly, died Friday (May 18, 2001) at Wheeling Hospital, Wheeling, W.Va.
He was born Jan. 19, 1927, in Bellaire, son of the late John W. and Edna (Elliott) Yonley.
Mr. Yonley retired from Monroe County Sheriff’s Department in Woodsfield. He was a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association.
He was a former member of Switzerland of Ohio School District and the former River School District boards of education.
He was a U.S. Army Reserve vetertan, and Protestant by faith.
 
He was preceded an infant daughter, Glenda Yonley; a sister, Ruth Patrick; and a brother, Harold Yonley.
 
He leaves his wife, Blanche (Conley) Yonley, whom he married July 11, 1952; two daughters, Mrs. Rick (Jean) Ewers of Fly, and Mrs. Bryan (Jill) Dick of Pickerington; four sons, David (Mary) Yonley of Fly, Donald Yonley and Larry Yonley, both of New Matamoras, and Gary (Lisa) Yonley of Winchester, Va.; two sisters, Barbara Rosenberry of Massillon, and Anna Gold of Ocala, Fla.; a brother, Robert Yonley of Gnadenhutten; 12 grandchildren; several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.
 
Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. today at Watters Funeral Home, Woodsfield, where services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday with the Rev. Frank Conley officiating.
Burial will be in Gravel Hill Cemetery, Fly.
 
 
 
Yontz, Joseph W.
SOURCE: Canton Repository . . Canton, OH . . Mar 2001
            Joseph W. Yontz, age 78, died Saturday March 17, 2001 at home in North Canton following an extended illness. He was born in Lewisville, OH Feb. 9, 1923 to the late William and Nellie (Ritterbeck) Yontz. Joseph was a member of Little Flower Catholic Church, VFW #7490, and AARP. He retired from Sugardale in 1986. Joseph was a veteran of WWII, proudly serving his country and represented three generations of US Navy including son-in-law, Petty Officer Second Class, Michael E. Masterson- deceased, and grandson, Petty Officer Second Class, Michael D. Masterson now stationed in California. Preceded in death by sisters, Bertha Michel, Thelma Hohman and Leona Michel. Joseph leaves behind his caring wife of 55 years, Violet Vi (Weisent) Yontz; daughters and sons-in-law, Sue Masterson of Pembroke Pines, FL., Kathy and John Ranalli of Troy, MI., Mary Lynn and Pat Kilkenny of North Canton; sons and daughter-in-law, Dennis Yontz of Fort Wayne, IN., David and Pat Yontz of Canton; 12 grandchildren; brothers and sisters-in-law, Ray and Rita Yontz of Jerusalem, OH., Dale and Sandra Yontz of Woodsfield, OH., Ronald Yontz of Canton. Friends may call on Monday from 5-8 p.m. in ROSSI Funeral Home. A Mass of Christian burial will be sung on Tuesday at 10 a.m. in Little Flower Catholic Church with Rev. Fr. Kevin Fete as celebrant. Interment will be in St. Louis Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations in Joseph's name can be made to Little Flower Church Grotto Building Fund.
 
 
Yontz, Luella
January 12, 1902
October 1973
Lewisville
 
Yontz, Mary M. Yontz
Died: May 14, 1921
 
Yontz, Ronald Lee
Source:Canton Repository . . . Canton, OH . . . 20 June 2002
            Ronald Lee Yontz, age 57, of Canton, OH., died Tuesday, June 18, 2002, at his home from a courageous battle with cancer. Born April 1, 1945, at Lewisville, Ohio (Monroe County, OH); he has lived in the Canton area most of his life. His parents were the late William J. and Nellie G. (Ritterbeck) Yontz. He retired in 1999 from Montgomery Safety Products of Canton, formerly Wilson Rubber Co., where he worked in Production. He was a member of A.A.A. of Stark County, Ohio and the United Rubber Workers of America. Survivors include special friend, Larry Thorne, Canton, OH; daughter, Helen Yontz, Canton, OH; brothers, Raphael Yontz, Jerusalem, OH., Dale Yontz, Woodsville, OH; several nieces and nephews; special family: Kenneth and Beth Thorne, Canton South, OH., Margaret Sedlock, Canton, OH. He was preceded in death in addition to his parents by a brother, Joseph Yontz; sisters, Leona Michael, Thelma Hohman and Bertha Michael. Services will be held Saturday, June 22, 2002, at 3:00 p.m. in the Lebold Funeral Home, 248 Park Ave. SW, Bolivar, OH. Calling hours 1:00-3:00 p.m., with funeral service to follow at 3:00 p.m. in the funeral home, Deacon Lyn Houze will officiate. Cremation to follow funeral service. Donations may be made to Aultman Hospice, 4510 Dressler Rd. NW, Canton, OH 44718.
 
Yontz, Stillborn
 
 
 
January 27, 1920
 
 
 
Yoss, Anna
June 8, 1917
 
Yoss, Cecil C.
Woodsfield, Ohio
Published---1957  
     Cecil C. Yoss, 49, owner and operator of the Yoss Motor Sales died unexpectedly Monday evening, April 1, 1957 , at  8:45 o'clock, when he suffered an acute heart attack while presiding at the meeting of The Woodsfield Exempted Village Board of Education.
     Mr. Yoss was born in Wheeling on December 25, 1907, a son of Albert and Clara Meeker Yoss but had spent the greater part of his life in and near Woodsfield.
    Mr. Yoss operated a garage on the Lewisville Road.  He was an active member of The
Woodsfield Methodist Church, where he was a member of The Official Board, The Men's Bible Class and an usher for a number of years.
    In addition to being president of The Woodsfield Exempted Village Board of Education, he was also a member of the recently organized Woodsfield Zoning Commission.
    Surviving are his wife,  Lucille Haren Yoss ;  one son, Rev. Ralph E. Yoss, pastor of The Good Hope Methodist Charge;  one daughter, Susie, of the home;  one granddaughter, Jane Ann Yoss, of Good Hope;  his mother, Mrs. Albert Yoss, and two brothers,  Wilbur Yoss and Kenneth Yoss, all of Woodsfield.
    Friends will be received at The Bauer and Turner Funeral Home until noon Friday when the body will be taken to The Methodist Church to lie in state until services, at three o'clock. Rev. W. Dale Cole will officiate. Interment will be in Oaklawn Cemetery.
 
Yoss, Ella
 
March 10, 1892
 
February 1975
 
Woodsfield
 
Yoss, Kathleen
 
June 25, 1922
 
October 6, 1998
 
Woodsfield
 
Yoss, Kenneth
 
December 22, 1917
 
March 1979
 
Woodsfield
 
Yoss, Mildred E. Yoss
 
 
 
June 14, 1913
 
 
 
Yost, Angeline Yost
 
 
 
August 3, 1923
 
 
 
Yost, Barbara E. Yost
 
 
 
May 5, 1926
 
 
 
Yost, Clifford Yost
 
June 8, 1910
 
February 1981
 
Woodsfield
 
Yost, Edward H. Yost
 
August 28, 1909
 
April 15, 1995
 
Woodsfield
 
Yost, Enoch Yost
 
 
 
January 6, 1935
 
 
 
Yost, Frances Yost Yost
 
 
 
March 4, 1917
 
 
 
Yost, James K. Yost
 
 
 
 May 14, 1927
 
 
 
Yost, John I. Yost
 
 
 
March 13, 1919
 
 
 
Yost, John Kinney Yost
 
 
 
 June 21, 1930
 
Coats
 
Yost, Lucille F. Yost
 
November 25, 1912
 
June 9, 1998
 
Woodsfield
 
Yost, Margaret Yost
 
 
 
September 29, 1920
 
 
 
Yost, Minerva Yost
 
 
 
July 5, 1919
 
 
 
Yost, Nettie L. Yost
 
 28 January 1885
 
 15 November 1967
 
Woodsfield
 
Young, Edith
Source: The Marietta Times, dated Tuesday, May 4, 2004
Edith E. Young
 LEWISVILLE, Ohio - Edith E. Young, 86, of Lewisville died Sunday (May 2, 2004). Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at Bauer-Turner Funeral Home in Woodsfield, where services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday.
 
Young, Edna Young
 
February 16, 1903
 
March 1985
 
Woodsfield
 
Young, Eleanor Young
 
July 27, 1934 Lewisville
 
October 30, 1934
 
Lewisville
 
Young, Ernest F. Young
 
April 7, 1907
 
May 19, 2003
2003
Ernest F. Young
Ernest F. young, 96, 600 S. Market St., Loudonville, died May 19, 2003, in Colonial Manor Health Care Center.  He was born April 7, 1907, in Monroe County, the son of the late Heinrich “Henry: and Anna Weber Young.
He lived in Loudonville since 1968, having moved from Shreve and enjoyed woodworking and was an avid hunter and fisherman.  He had been employed as an oil worker, a farmer, and a carpenter as well as being employed by Pennsylvania Railroad and Mansfield Sanitary Products.  He was a member of the Loudonville Christian Church.
Surviving are his wife, Carrie Shambaugh Young, whom he married on April 27, 1968; three sons and wives, Wilbert Dale and Judy Young, of Ft. Myers, Fla., Lloyd Henry and Linda Young, of Wooster, Ernest W. Young, Jr., of Wooster; step-son and wife, Thomas and Joycelyn Miller, of Loudonville; three daughters and husbands, Virginia Nave, of Loudonville, Gertrude and George Straits, of Millersburg, Susan and Delbert Howman, of Ashland; 15 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; a great great granddaughter
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his first wife, Dorothy Fishburn Young in 1962; three brothers, George, Charlie and Raymond Young
Friends were received May 23 at Byerly-Lindsey Funeral Home, Loudonville, where funeral services were held May 24, with Rev. Glen Hurdle and Rev. Dave Kochler officiating.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Assoc., Ashland County Branch, 920 Hoover Dr., Ashland, OH  44805.
 
 
Young, Eva Ann
May 2, 1919 Woodsfield
 
 
 
Young, Eva I.
February 8, 1919
 
 
 
Young, Fred G.
November 28, 1847
October 9, 1925
 
 
 
Young, Freda Young
 
December 23, 1901
 
January 1987
 
Woodsfield
 
Young, Freeman Clifford
 
May 5, 1898
 
August 18, 1920
 
 
 
Young, George L.
 
 
 
March 25, 1923
 
Woodsfield
 
Young, George Washington
Source--The Times Recorder    Zanesville, Ohio
Published--June 1972
     George W. Young ,77, of Miltonsburg, a retired automobile mechanic, died Saturday evening in Barnesville Hospital.
     Born February 22, 1895, near Lewisville, he was the son of Michael and Molly Frank Young.
     Mr. Young was a member of United Church of Christ and American Post 87 at Woodsfield.
     Survivors include his widow,  Freda Landefeld Young;  a daughter,  Mrs. Joy Blowers of Cleveland;  two grandchildren;  a sister,  Mrs. Ida Taylor, of Miltonsburg;  and a brother Elmer Young of Cleveland.
     Friends may call after 2  p.m. today at Bauer and Turner Funeral Home here where services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday conducted by Rev. Marshall Cook.  Burial will be in Miltonsburg Cemetery.
 
Young, Harold
 
November 15, 1901
 
December 1965
 
Lewisville

December 1965

The Monroe County Beacon, Woodsfield, Ohio

 

Harold K. Young

     Harold Kenneth Young, son of Michael J. and Molly (Frank) Young was born December 15, 1901, and died December 24, 1965, in Barnesville General Hospital after a long illness.

     Baptized in infancy, and confirmed at the age of fifteen at St. John’s (Middle Church), he remained a faithful member, continuing his membership with Trinity Church, United Church of Christ.

     A retired farmer, carpenter, and state highway employee, he is survived by his wife, Edna Christman Young; one son, Kenneth, of Reynoldsburg; three daughters, Mrs. Mavis McCurdy, of Woodsfield; Mrs. Fred (Joy) Bush, of Columbus, and Miss Kay Young, a Junior at Ohio State University, Columbus; ten grandchildren, Todd and Tommy Joe Young, Lynn, Carson,

Pamala, and Molly McCurdy, Michael, Danny, Deborah, and Couglas Bush; one sister, Mrs. C. B. (Ida) Taylor, of Miltonsburg; and two brothers, George Young, of Miltonsburg, and Elmer Young, of Independence, Ohio.

     Preceding Harold in death are five brothers, Freeman C., Edward F., Oscar A., Frank W., and Charles C. young, and two grandsons, Brent Allen Young and Jere Jeffery McCurdy.

     Funeral service was held Monday afternoon, December 27, at one o’clock, in Fellowship Hall of Trinity Church, near Lewisville, the Rev. Donald J. Stump, Sr., pastor, officiated. Two favorite hymns were “In the Garden” and “The Old Rugged Cross.”  Burial was in Middle Church Cemetery with the Brubach Funeral Home in charge.

 

 
Young, Hulda Young
 
June 18, 1907
 
March 27, 2000
 
Woodsfield
 
Young, Irene J. Young
 
February 12, 1914
 
March 9, 1997
 
Lewisville
 
Young, John Young
 
October 22, 1929
 
February 1977
 
Woodsfield
 
Young, Kenneth E.

1945

ENLISTED IN MARINES

Kenneth E. Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. Young, of Lewisville, Route 1, enlisted in the Merchant Marine Cadet School at San Mateo, California, on July 11, 1945.

   After several weeks study at San Mateo, he joined the regular Merchant Marines and left port at San Francisco on September 29, 1945 on the Standard Oil Tanker, S. S. Fruitvale Hills. The ship arrived in Tokyo Bay on October 20th, and later in the following ports: Yokohama, October 26; Okinawa, November 7th, and Wakayama, Japan, December 4. The crew visited Pearl Harbor and spent Christmas in the Hawaiian Islands.

   After celebrating New Year's at sea, they went through the Panama Canal on January 10th and arrived in Aruba in the West Indies on January 13th. Leaving Aruba, they went to the European Theater, going through the English Channel, on January 2 and spent one night in a port in England. On January 30 they left for Antwerp, Belgium, arriving there February 1st. They unloaded at once, and left for the states, arriving in Mexico February 20th. Kenneth is now home for thirty days.

 
Young, Lewis
Born: January 27, 1907, died: March 1981
 
Young, Louisa Catherine Neuhart
Born: August 24, 1849
 
December 15, 19
 
 
 
Young, Margaret E. Young
 
March 30, 1909
 
September 1988
 
Woodsfield
 
Young, Mary A. Young
 
44-11-15
 
3 Feb 1889
 
Adams twp.
 
Young, Michael J. Young
 
October 28, 1849 Summit
 
January 23, 1933
 
 
 
Young, Paul E. Young
 
January 27, 1907
 
May 20, 1988
 
Woodsfield
 
Young, Sara E. Young
 
December 18, 1905
 
July 20, 1999
 
Woodsfield
 
Young, Virginia Young
 
 November 3, 1936
 
 August 1979
 
Woodsfield
 
In Memory Of
Young, Ward C.
Source--Memory Card
Published--February  1990
 
Young, Ward C.        date of birth--August 15, 1912       date od death--February 17, 1990
                                    services--2 p.m. Tuesday   February 20, 1990
                                    Bauer-Turner Funeral Home         Woodsfield, Ohio
                                    Minister--Reverend Doctor Gary Wilson
                                    Interment--Middle Church Cemetery
 
 
Young, William Young
 
 May 20, 1881
 
 October 24, 1970
 
Lewisville
 
Yaus, Keith Yaus
 
January 19, 1915
 
March 9, 1988
 
unknown
 
Yaus, Martha P. Yaus
 
February 3, 1920
 
January 8, 2000
 
Jerusalem
 
Yester, Blanche Yester
 
December 30, 1891
 
February 25, 1994
 
Sardis
 
Yingling, Betty J. Yingling
 
July 11, 1933
 
June 26, 2002
 
Beallsville
 
Yockey, Leah M. Yockey
 
 
 
March 26, 1925
 
 
 
Yockey, Lorena C. Yockey
 
 
 
November 10, 1913
 
 
 
Yockey, Margaret H. Yockey
 
 
 
September 6, 1917
 
 
 
Yockey, Stillborn Yockey
 
 
 
January 26, 1929
 
 
 
Yoe, Aaron Yoe
 
June 8, 1857
 
March 12, 1922
 
 
 
Yoe, Eli Yoe
 
 
 
June 7, 1932
 
 
 
Yoe, Januaryie Yoe
 
October 15, 1881
 
March 1981
 
Sycamore Valley
 
Yoe, Martha A. Yoe
 
 
 
November 23, 1914
 
 
 
Yoho, Edgar
May 14, 1918
April 1987
Woodsfield
 
Yoho, Elizabeth
Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Friday, Sept. 27, 1844     
Mrs. Elizabeth YOHO, relict of Samuel YOHO, died suddenly Saturday, September 21, 1844, inst. in 63rd year of her age. She was a long member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Two sons being only member of her family now living at home. They found her lying on the bed insensible and she died half hour later.
 
 
Yoho, Elizabeth
June 20, 1833
March 25, 1921
 
Yoho, Frank Lewis
 Obit--Frank Lewis Yoho   (1866 Oh.--1933In.)
THE BLOOMFIELD NEWS, Bloomfield, Greene County, Indiana, Thursday, January 26, 1933, Volume XVII, Number 13, Page 6, Columns 4 & 5, “DEATH’S HARVEST. YOHO.” [Transcribed 26 Aug 2000 from Bloomfield-Eastern Greene County Public Library’s IHS Microfilm Records.]
Frank Lewis YOHO, oldest son of Isaac Mahlon and Sarah E. YOHO, was born in Noble County, Ohio October 28, 1866, and died January 10, 1933.
The parents left their Ohio home and became one of the early settlers of Indiana, locating in Monroe County.
 
His grandfather, Samuel YOHO, saw service in the Mexican War.
His father, Mahlon YOHO served three and one-half years in the Union Army during the Civil War, campaigning with the eastern armies.
The family moved to a farm near Solsberry, Greene County. Here Frank grew to manhood and married Effie FRAME, the daughter of Jacob and Martha FRAME, 1888.
He served four years as mail carrier out of Solsberry. In 1904 he purchased a general store here and had been in the same store until the time of his death.
Early in life he became a member of M. E. church of Solsberry. He was a member of the Men’s Bible class, where he was never found missing until a few weeks ago, when his health would not permit him to attend.
He was affiliated with the Solsberry Masonic fraternity Lodge No. 411 F. & A. M., and also the Improved Order of Red Men.
 
He served two terms as commissioner of the First district of Greene County, his time expiring in December. He always was conscientious in his work, dong what he thought best. In this field of work he won many true friends.
 
In 1910, Marthena, the infant daughter of Charley and Jessie (FRAME) JOHNSON, was taken in his home.
 
In 1912, Mrs. YOHO passed away. He and Marthena were taken into the home of his father and mother, where they lived until his mother passed away. In 1925 Marthena was married to Wayne SHERROW. These two have made home happy for him. Two little children came into the home, which afforded him much joy. Little DeWayne was taken seven months ago. His going saddened the life of his foster grandfather.
 
His father, mother and one sister have passed on.
 
The surviving relatives are Walter, Oscar, Will and Mrs. Mayme CORWIN, of Solsberry; Mrs. Della ORCHARD, of Bloomington, and Mrs. Myrtle BARNES, of Indianapolis; the foster daughter, Marthena, husband and baby. A large number of other relatives and true friends are left to mourn his going.
 
“Fades, fades, our earthly joys. Breaks every tender tie; farewell mortality, welcome eternity; farewell loved ones, welcome sweet scene of rest; welcome my Savior’s breast.”
 
Honorary pallbearers were H. L. DONEY, Wm. VOSLOH, Charles Davis, Harry LANDIS, Jake GARRETT, Roll BUSKIRK, Elmer SHERWOOD, James PRIEST, William Brown, Earl HuffMAN, James M. HUDSON, and E. V. BULL.
 
We wish to express our sincere thanks to the many friends for their kindness and sympathy during the sickness and death of our Brother and Father; also for the many beautiful floral offerings.
 
Brothers and Sisters
Mr. & Mrs. Wayne SHERROW.
NOTES—RLJ: CEMETERIES OF EASTERN GREENE County, INDIANA, 1994, G.C.H.S., Beech Creek Township, Solsberry Cemetery, Page 41—42: YOHO, Isaac Mahlon, s/o Samuel & Barbara GATTS YOHO, 19 Dec 1840—23 Dec 1931, CO H 116 OHIO, Civil War; YOHO, Sarah E. (STEPHEN), d/o ?? & Tamzone STEPHEN, 11 January 1846—6 October 1920; YOHO, Frank, s/o Mahlon & Sarah, 1866—1933; YOHO, Effie (FRAME), d/o Jacob & Martha (TORRENCE) FRAME, 2 October 1867—May 1914.
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Yoho, Mary Ann and Madison Addis                      X        
            Madison Addis of this County and Mary Ann Yoho of Marshal County, Virginia, were married 28th ult.
Source The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Wednesday, December 4, 1850
 
Yoho, Peter, Jr.
Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Woodsfield, Ohio, Weds., October 1, 1851
    Peter YOHO, Jr., of this township, died Thursday Last. He was about 30 years old.
 
Yoho, Sarah, Emily                                                                                                                                                                            
Source--Wheeling News Register    Wheeling, W.Va.
Published--May 10, 1924
Mrs. Sarah Yoho, aged 72, died yesterday morning at her home on Peters Run after a brief illness. Mrs. Yoho was born in Monroe county, Ohio, and came here 33 years ago. Besides her husband she leaves the following children: Frank at home, William M., Jr. of Elm Grove, George of Wheeling, Mrs. Leona Kuhens of Elm Grove, Mrs. Della Gibson of Wheeling, Mrs. Frieda Fordyce and Mrs. Luella Fordyce of Elm Grove; 25 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon with Reverend M. Riddle, pastor of the Elm Grove M. E. church, officiating. Burial will be at Stone Church cemetery.
 
 
Yoho, William Eugene
Source: Wheeling News Register,   Wheeling, W.Va.                                                                                                                                                               
Published--Monday, Sept. 14, 1936
            William Eugene Yoho, 89, Dies Sunday::Well Known Peter's Run Farmer Succumbed To Five Month's Illness
            William Eugene Yoho, 89, well-known Ohio county farmer and a resident of Peter’s Run road for the past 44 years, succumbed to an illness of five months duration at 6:08 o’clock, Sunday evening, at his home. Mr. Yoho was born in Monroe county, Ohio, August 13, 1847, a son of Jacob and Christina Stein Yoho. He came to Ohio county nearly half a century ago and had engaged in farming up until the time of his illness. His wife, Sarah E. Smith Yoho preceded him in death 12 years ago. Surviving are three sons, five daughters, two half-brothers, three half-sisters, 28 grandchildren and 39 great grandchildren. The body was removed to the Crider funeral home where services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3 o’clock. Rev. A. Coleman Brown, pastor of the Elm Grove Methodist church, will officiate. Interment will follow in Stone Church cemetery.
 
 
Yonley, Harry
Source--The Daily Jefferson    Cambridge, Ohio
Published---May  2001
WOODSFIELD — Yonley,Harry , 74, of Fly, died Friday (May 18, 2001) at Wheeling Hospital, Wheeling, W.Va.
He was born Jan. 19, 1927, in Bellaire, son of the late John W. and Edna (Elliott) Yonley.
Mr. Yonley retired from Monroe County Sheriff’s Department in Woodsfield. He was a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association.
He was a former member of Switzerland of Ohio School District and the former River School District boards of education.
He was a U.S. Army Reserve vetertan, and Protestant by faith.
He was preceded an infant daughter, Glenda Yonley; a sister, Ruth Patrick; and a brother, Harold Yonley.
He leaves his wife, Blanche (Conley) Yonley, whom he married July 11, 1952; two daughters, Mrs. Rick (Jean) Ewers of Fly, and Mrs. Bryan (Jill) Dick of Pickerington; four sons, David (Mary) Yonley of Fly, Donald Yonley and Larry Yonley, both of New Matamoras, and Gary (Lisa) Yonley of Winchester, Va.; two sisters, Barbara Rosenberry of Massillon, and Anna Gold of Ocala, Fla.; a brother, Robert Yonley of Gnadenhutten; 12 grandchildren; several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.
Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. today at Watters Funeral Home, Woodsfield, where services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday with the Rev. Frank Conley officiating.
Burial will be in Gravel Hill Cemetery, Fly.
 
 
Young, Donette Faye
Source--Monroe County Beacon     Woodsfield, Ohio
Published--1954
    Young, Donetta Faye, of Lewisville, has been awarded a four-year scholarship to Marietta College, Marietta, effective with the opening of the Fall semester. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Young
 
Zaccagnini, Louis
June 20, 1925
 
September 15, 1982
 
Woodsfield
 
Zerger, Herman C. F.
               Herman C. F. ZERGER was born August 15, 1825, and died March 7, 1903; aged 77 yrs, 6 mo., and 22 dys; burial in St. John’s Middle Church cemetery.
Source:St. John’s Church records
 
Zerger, Katharine
 
 
 
May 16, 1917
 
Lewisville
 
Zerger, Kaherine (Katie)
    Mrs. Katie Zerger, relict of Henry Zerger, was killed Wednesday evening, May 16, 1917, of last week by her horse running away. Mrs. Zerger and daughter were in Lewisville and got in their buggy and started for their home about  half a mile distance. A sheet of paper carried by the wind frightened the horse and it started to run. The daughter jumped out and recieved a slight scratch, but Mrs. Zerger held to the lines and was thrown out of the buggy and became entangled in the lines and drawn under the buggy and when the horse stopped at the Zerger home, Mrs. Zerger was dead, her head badly bruised and one of her legs broken and entangled in the buggy wheel and the other limb hanging across the front axel. She was past fifty years and a good woman.
Source: The Spirit of Democracy, Thursday,  May  24,1917.
 
 
Zerger, Melba Avers
            Was in the first graduating class of 1916 at Lewisville High School, died in 2004. Source: Lewisville, Ohio High School news
 
Zerger, Paul W.
Born: November 1, 1932, died: April 5, 1997, residence: Woodsfield
 
Zerger, Raymond W. Zerger
 
October 1, 1903
 
June 20, 1988
 
Woodsfield
 
Zerger, Sylvia Zerger
 
 April 22, 1899
 
 December 1974
 
Woodsfield
 
Zesiger, Harold E. Zesiger
 
 
 
October 5, 1914
 
 
 
Zesiger, Harriet Zesiger
 
May 29, 1909
 
September 1987
 
Woodsfield
 
Zesiger, Isabelle Zesiger
 
 
 
December 26, 1932
 
 
 
Zesiger, John W. Zesiger
 
 
 
December 27, 1927
 
 
 
Zesiger, Louise R. Zesiger
 
 
 
1931
 
 
 
Zesiger, Minnie Zesiger
 
February 18, 1881
 
March 1981
 
Woodsfield
 
Zesiger, Raymond Zesiger
 
 May 19, 1905
 
 March 1976
 
Woodsfield
 
 
ZESIGER, Mr. Rudolph
Source:The Spirit of Democracy
Woodsfield, Ohio, Thurs., August 24, 1916
               Mr. Rudolph ZESIGER, aged 79 years, died at his home on Clarington, Ohio route two, August 16, 1916.
 
Zink, Earl Zink
 
January 23, 1903
 
October 1970
 
Hannibal
 
Zink, Irene Zink
 
March 21, 1908
 
February 1983
 
Clarington
 
Zink, Paul J. Zink
 
November 25, 1906
 
April 21, 1995
 
Clarington
 
Zogg, Maxine Zogg
 
 
 
March 10, 1913
 
 
 
Zonker, Mary Zonker
 
October 15, 1886
 
April 1975
 
Woodsfield
 
Zonker, Perc I.
February 11, 1919
 
 
Zonker, Wellisa
Sept. 23, 1926
 
Zugaro, Sam and Sammie
 Source--Times Leader     Martins Ferry, Ohio
Published--February 20, 2005
 POWHATAN POINT -- Sam and Sammie Zugaro are celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary today. They were united in marriage February 20, 1965 in LaVale, Maryland They are parents of two sons, John and Tim Zugaro. Their older son, John and his wife CIndy reside in South Lebanon, Ohio and have a son, Charley, 5, and a daughter, Chelsey, 3. Their younger son, Tim and his wife Michelle live in Columbus. Zugaro retired from the North American Coal Company's Central Shop. His wife, Sammie, retired from Switzerland of Ohio Schools in June of 2004 after a 25 year career at Powhatan Elementary. The couple is planning a trip to Marco Island, Florida to celebrate.
 
 
Zurcher, Charles
December 20, 1882
December 1972
Jerusalem
 
Zwick, Adam
 
 
January 2, 1915
 
 
 
Zwick, Annie E. Zwick
 
July 25, 1885
 
October 15, 1972
 
Woodsfield
 
Zwick, Catherine Zwick
 
 
 
July 9, 1916
 
 
 
 
ZWICK, George, Sr.
            The merciless hand of by taking our father, has left another vacant place in our home.
            Mr. George Zwick, Sr., was born in Germany, February 17, 1841, moved to this country with his parents, brothers and sisters many years ago, and died at his home 2 1/2 miles west of Lewisville in Franklin township, Monroe County, Ohio, August 27, 1914, being seventy-three years, six months and ten days of age. His marriage to Barbara Hupp was solemnized February 12, 1866. To this union was born fourteen children and wife preceded him to the home in the skies. Those living are Mrs. George Wilkinson, Woodsfield, Ohio; John Zwick and Michael Zwick, Louisville, Stark County, Ohio, R; Leo Zwick, Burkhart, Ohio; Katie Schoeppner, Fulda, Ohio; Henry Zwick, Ethel, Ohio, R; P. W. and George W. and Joseph F. and Charles Zwick, Lewisville, Ohio; Mrs. Tillie Schoeppner; Youngstown, Ohio; Mrs. Rose Smithberger, Summerfield, Ohio; also three brothers and one sister and about fifty grand children, besides many other relatives and friends are left behind.
            He was a kind and loving father and a good neighbor always ready to lend a helping hand of those in need. He was a member of the Catholic church, a good Christian man and constant attendant at the various services of his church. His remains were laid to rest in the Burkhart cemetery Saturday August 29, 1914, Rev. Father Seeber officiated. The bereaved children have the sympathy of the community in their sorrow.
 
 
Zwick, Ida M.
Died: November 2, 1913
 
Zwick, James
Born: February 2, 1900, died: Sep 1980, residence: Lewisville
 
Zwick, John
Died: February 26, 1930
 
Zwick, Joseph
Born: October 14, 1883, died: July 1976, residence: Lewisville
 
Zwick, L G.
Born: September 27, 1909 , died: November 17, 2000, residence: Woodsfield
Zwick, Leander George
Leander George Zwick
Leander George Zwick, 91, of the Monroe County Care Center, Woodsfield, formerly of Lewisville, died November 17, 2000, at the center. He was born near Lewisville, September 27, 1909, a son of the late Joseph and Ida Dick Zwick.  He was a retired farmer and a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church, near Lewisville.
Surviving are several nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Mildred Blackstone.
Friends were received at the Watter's Funeral Home, Woodsfield, November 19.  Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated November 20 at St. Joseph Catholic Church, near Lewisville, with Rev. Fr. David Gaydosik as the celebrant. Burial followed in the St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, near Lewisville.  Vigil services were held November 19, at the funeral home.
 
Zwick, Leo H.
Died: September 8, 1921
 
Zwick, Peter I.
Died: December 31, 1920
 
Zwick, T.
Died: November 1937