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Subject: [OH-VALLEY] Obituaries - many many names
Date: Mon, 04 Mar 2002 04:10:09 +0000
So many names I had to post it all. Please look over it carefully many, many
names. Not just from Chillicothe.
Monday May 16, 1977
Piketon area former resident dead at 102
Leonidas Oscar "Ott" WARNE 102, Route 5, Portsmouth, died at 9:30am saturday
at Mercy Hospital, Portsmouth, following a brief illness.
He was a former Route 2, Piketon resident and a retired farmer.
Mr. WARNE's funeral was to be held at 1:30pm today at the Boyer Funeral
Home, Waverly, with the Rev. Richard Ward officiating. Burial was to follow
in Evergreen Cemetery.
A native of Pike County, he was born Dec. 25, 1874, to James and Mary Ann
On July 25, 1901 he was married to Myrtle M. HOLOBAUGH who died Sept. 9,
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Ronia STAHLER, Scottsboro, Ala.; a son
Forrest, Dayton; eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. He was
predeceased by a son , a daughter, four sisters and a brother.
Mr. WARNE was a member of the Bethel Church of Christ in Christian Union.
Robert P. JUENGER, 47, died at 11:10 p.m. Sunday in Greenfield Manor Nursing
Home. He formerly lived in the Clinton Apartments in Chillicothe.
A funeral service will be held at the convenience of the family and
cremation will follow. Arrangements were by Anderson-Strueve Funeral Home,
Born July 03, 1929, in Ross County, he was the son of Edward F. and Anna E.
He is survived by a brother, Edward D., 703 Orange St.
Funeral service for Clyde HOLLIS, 65 Route 2, Piketon, was to be held at 1
p.m. today at Smith Chapel Church, near Idaho. The Rev. Lewis VIAR was to
officiate and burial was to follow in Carmel Cemetery, Highland County,
under direction of Botkin Funeral Home, Waverly.
Mr. HOLLIS, a timber worker, died at 6:50 p.m. Friday in Pike County
Hospital following a brief illness.
Born Jan. 13, 1912, in Allen County, he was the son of William and Nellie
HOLLIS. Surviving are a daughter, Miss ?avonna HOLLIS, Lima; two brothers,
Robert and Thomas, Lima; and two sisters, Mrs. Pat WHITE, Piqua, and Mrs.
Betty WATKINS, Kalida.
Mrs. Doris E. WRIGHT, 49, of 78 Ewing ?? died at 9:30 a.m. Sunday in
*the rest was not copied*
Charles W. NICHOLS, 46, died unexpectedly from an apparent heart attack,
Friday evening, at his home, Route 2, Wellston, the Leo community.
His funeral was to be held today at the Route 327 Holiness Church under
direction of Sam JENKINS, funeral director. The Rev. Raymond PATTERSON was
to officiate and burial was to follow in the Byer Cemetery with a military
graveside service by the Chillicothe Veterans of Foreign Wars Post.
He was born March 17, 1931, at Byer.
Surviving are his wife, the former Phyllis GRAVES; his parents, Frank J.
NICHOLS of Route 2, Wellston, and Sylvia BARNETT of Columbus; and four
children, Brenda, Larry, James and Jeffrey, at home.
Ocie McNEAL, 81, Route 1, Bainbridge, died at 4:15 a.m. Monday in Highland
Her funeral will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Smith Funeral Home,
Bainbridge, with Rev. Howard FANNIN officiating. Burial will follow in
Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Wednesday.
Born Aug. 24, 1894, in Ross County, she was the daughter of James and
Exsliva BENNER KNISLEY.
Her husband, Clem McNEAL, died in April 1960.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Emil (Helen) EVERHART and Mrs. Lawrence
(Dorothy) KINNISON, and a son Ervin, all of Route 1, Bainbridge; 24
grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Dorothy
PATTERSON, Frankfort, and three brothers, Joshua KNISLEY, Greenfield,
Starkey KNISLEY, Buena Vista, and Woodrow KNISLEY, Route 1, Bainbridge. She
was predeceased by a daughter and a son.
Pleasent Harrison KNEISLEY, 80, of 181 Beachtree Road, Columbus, formerly of
Greenfield, died at 9:30 p.m. Sunday in Mercy Hospital , Columbus, after an
illness of two months.
His funeral will be held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday at Murray Funeral Home ,
Greenfield, with the Rev. Roger TILLIS officiating. Burial will follow in
Friends may call at the funeral home after 4p.m. Tuesday.
He was born Dec. 28, 1896, in Madison County to George and Lillie
Surviving are a brother, Walter, Hamilton, and a sister, Mrs. Roy (Louise)
Cora M. NICHOLS, 79, Route 2, McArthur, died Saturday in Holzer Medical
Center. Her funeral will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Blower Funeral
Home, McArthur, with Rev. Deck SHOEMAKER officiating. Burial will follow in
Friends may call at the funeral home after Tuesday noon.
A native of Vinton County, she was born April 30,1898, to Charley and Sarah
She was a member of Kelly Church.
Surviving are two brothers, Jim and Leo an Ed, Route 2, McArthur. She was
predeceased by five brothers and sisters.
*states two brothers, but list three names*
Mary Elizabeth SEYMOUR, 75, Kingston, died at 7 a.m. Sunday in Berger
Her funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Hill Funeral Home.
*all that copied*
Dennis Eugene BRYANT
Funeral service for Dennis Eugene BRYANT, 19, Route 1, Piketon, was to be
held at 2 p.m. today in PLeasent Valley Community Church, west of Jasper.
The Revs. Ernest GROOMS and David SMITH were to officiated and burial was to
follow in Cotties Corner Cemetery under direction of the Howe Funeral Home,
BRYANT died from head injuries received in a one-car accident Thursday
midnight in Bonita Springs, Fla.
BRYANT was an employee of the J.W. Smith Lumber Co. Route 1, Piketon, and
was in Florida on vacation.
Two passengers in his car, Anthony SLAGLE and Eddie AILLS, Camp Creek
neighborhood, Route 5, Lucasville were not injured.
BRYANT was born Aug. 03, 1957 in Pike County to Corbet and Laura BLANKENSHIP
Surviving are his parents, Route 1, Piketon; seven brothers, James, Route 1,
Piketon, Dick, Waynesville, Ro (cut off) Kenny, Donny, David and Doug at
home; four sisters, Joyce TOMLIN (cutoff) Geraldine TAYLOR, Route 1,
Piketon, Margaret POTTER, Route 2, Piketon, Wanda BRYANT, at home; and
maternal grandmother, Mrs. (cutoff) BLANKENSHIP, Piketon
Madline m. PASHKI 50, McGriffin Road, Route 4, Jackson, died Sunday morning
in the Oak Hill Hospital.
Her funeral will be held at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Mayhew Funeral Home,
Jackson, with Rev. Herschel JENNINGS officiating:burial will follow in
Hillside Memorial Park, Akron.
Friends may call at the funeral home 2 - 9 p.m. Tuesday.
Mrs. PASHKI was born Jan. 01, 1927, in Michigan and had resided in Jackson
Surviving are her husband , James PASHKI, her mother, Mary MACINTOSH; three
children by a previous marriage, Mrs. Debbie SWALES, Michigan, Leroy ERDOY,
with the U.s. Navy, and Ronnie Lee ERDOY, Michigan; Mr. PASHKI's children by
a previous marriage; Shelly and James K. PASHKI, Akron and a brother, Wayne
Oren Layton CULP, 94, of 2090 El (cutoff) Ave., Columbus, died early Sunday
morning in Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus, following an extended
Funeral Service for the former Be (cutoff) resident will be held at 2 p.m.
Wednesday at the Hammerstein- Purdy Funeral Home, Beaver, with the Rev. Mrs.
A (cutoff) SWEET officiating. Burial will follow (cutoff) Beaver Chapel
Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Tuesday
Mr. CULP, a retired farmer was born Nov. 04, 1882, in Pike County to Will
(cutoff) and Tesh RADER CULP.
His wife, the Onie ROUSH, died (cutoff) 1933.
Surviving are three daughters, M (cutoff) Gladys GILLILAND, Beaver, Mrs.
V(cutoff) MCCALLISTER, Washington Court House and Mrs. Edna ARMENTROUT,
Columbus, a son Eugene, Columbus; 11 grandchildren and 20
*goes to possible state what church he was a member of, all I can make is
Mr. Culp and then Chapel the rest is not copied.*
The one I was after my Great Grandfather
Rev. Thomas Taylor
THe Rev. Thomas A. Taylor, 85, Route 10, died at 7:40 p.m. Saturday in
Riverview Manor Nursing Home, Scioto County, following an illness of six
The retired carpenter and minister was a member of the Jefferson Avenue
Church of Christ in Christian Union where his funeral will be held at 2 p.m.
Tuesday. The Rev. Carl J. SWANGER will officiate and burial will follow in
Friends may call at the Ware Funeral Home after 5 p.m. today and at the
church after 1 p.m. Tuesday until funeral hours.
A Ross County native, he was born Oct. 02, 1891, to Frank and Sarah MURPHY
On Sept 02, 1916, he was married to the former Fannie Pearl ROOKER who
Also surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Lawrence (Violet) ROUSH, Columbus,
Mrs. John (Charlene) LANGLEY, Washington Court House, Mrs. Velma CYRUS, 145
Winona Blvd., Mrs. Edward ( Wyoma) KINKAID, Golden, Colo., and Mrs. Ruth
BROWN, Dayton; three sons, the Rev. C. Paul, Charleston, W. Va., Everett,
Route 10, and Ronald C., Route 8; a stepson, Robert F. ROOKER, 618 Oneida
Road; 44 grandchildren; 64 great-grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Cora
COFFENBERGER, Columbus. He was predeceased by a daughter, Betty KIRK, two
sons, Thomas A. Jr. and John Marvin, four sisters and two brothers.
* misspellings in the Obituary are - Mrs. Lawrence (Violet) ROUSH it is
suppose to be RUSH. and Mrs. Cora COFFENBERGER it is spelled COFFENBARGER.
Thomas A. Jr Taylor was my grandfather.
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