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Charles Noakes

April 10, 2000
Evening Review

Charles Noakes

OHIOVILLE -- Charles Noakes, 58, died Saturday, April 8, 2000, at the Medical Center, Beaver.

He was born in Thompson 2, Pa., Nov. 5, 1941, a son of the late Walter and Thelma Witt Porter.

He was a self-employed electrician and a member of the United Methodist Church in Midland.

He is survived by his wife, Luana Redmond Noakes; step-father Harry Porter of Coal Center, Pa.; a son, Richard M. Noakes of Ohioville; a daughter Crystal M. Noakes of Midland; a brother, Kenneth Noakes of Youngwood, Pa.; seven sisters, Emma Williams of Brookville, Fla.; Dolores Edwards of Dade City, Fla.; Dorothy Fouts of Paintsville, Ken.; Tudy Williams of Cleveland; Wanda Graham of North Ridgeville, Ohio; and Pam Fisher and Loretta Noakes of Brownsville, Pa.

The Revs Rico Vespa and James DeWeese will officiate services at 8 tonight at the D. L.Williams Funeral Home in Midland. Burial will take place at a later date.

Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 today.


Dallas Bishop

Mar. 27, 1979

Evening Review

Dallas Bishop

SALINEVILLE -- Services will be held Wednesday for Dallas Eugene Bishop, 62, of 118 E. Main St., who died at 10:05 a.m. Monday in the Intensive Care Unit of East Liverpool City Hospital. He had been ill for some three weeks with a heart ailment.

He was born March 19, 1917, in East Liverpool, and had lived in the Salineville area 23 years.

Mr. Bishop was employed at the Summitville Tiles, Inc.

His wife, Helen, died in 1975.

Survivors include a son, Jay s. Bishop of Minerva, and two grandchildren.

The rites will be held at the Manning Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Wednesday with the Rev. Monte May of the Monroeville Assembly of God Church. Burial will be in Bethesda Cemetery at Millport.

Friends may call today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.


Thomas Murphy

Mar. 27, 1979

Evening Review

Thomas Murphy

EAST PALESTINE – Thomas J. Murphy, 68, of 204 Park Ave. died Monday at 9 p.m. in the East Liverpool Extended Care Center where he had been a patient on day following a year’s illness.

He was born Jan. 27, 1911, in New Waterford, a son of Joseph T. Murphy and Mae Randolph Murphy.

Mr. Murphy was a kiln placer with Kingwood Ceramics Inc. of East Palestine for 37 years, retiring six years ago. He attended the Faith Temple Assembly of God.

Survivors include his widow, Flora Taylor Hulton Murphy, to whom he was married Sept. 27, 1968; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Olivia Beller of Lousiville, Ky.; two brothers, Lloyd Murphy of Midland and Cecil (Pat) Murphy of East Liverpool; a sister, Mrs. Charles Piper of Rimersburg, Pa., and six nieces.

Services will be held Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the Van Dyke-Swaney Funeral Home, with the Rev. Kenneth Miller officiating. Burial will be in Cresthaven Memorial Garden Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday night from 7 to 9.


Louise Couchie

Mar. 27, 1979

Evening Review

Louise Couchie

EAST PALESTINE – A mass of Christian burial will be held at Our Lady of Lourdes Church Thursday at 10 a.m. for Miss Louise Couchie, 77, of 76 Leake ST., who died Monday at 3:04 a.m. at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Youngstown where she had been a patient for two weeks.

Miss Couchie was born June 21, 1901in Yugoslavia, a daughter of John and Catherine Ambrozic Couchie.

She moved to East Palesting in 1968 after retiring form the Amalamated Clothing Manuafacturing Co. of Cleveland. She had been a resident of Cleveland since 1922.

She was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Church.

Miss Couchie is survived by a sister, Mars. Mary Taucher of East Palestine; a brother, Ralph Couchie of Oakfield, N. Y. and several nieces and a nephew.

The Rev. Robert J. Bruce will officiate at the church service, with burial at St. Mary’s Cemetery.

Friends may call a the Oliver-Linsley Funeral Home Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. where the rosary will be said at 8 p.m.

HOWARD W. KENT - Obituary

Howard Kent

The Evening Review

Monday, Nov. 15m 1976

Howard W. Kent,62, of 468 6th Ave., Lacroft, died Sunday at 5:10 p.m. in Rochester Unit of the Beaver County Medical Center where he had been admitted earlier following a massive coronary suffered at home.

Mr. Kent was born Nov. 15, 1914, in Sistersville, W.Va., a son of D. E. Kent and Bessie Elizabeth Williams Kent. He had been employed as a pipe fitter I the cold strip at

Crucible Steel Division of Colt Industries, last working Saturday. He was a member of Local 1212 Untied Steel Workers and the Rogers Assembly of God church where he had one time served on the board.

In addition to his widow, Mrs. Francis E. Dent at home, survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Joseph (Beverly) Jackson, Mrs. Larry (Brenda) Olmstead, both of Glenmoor, and Mrs. Marlene Fry and Mrs. Robert (Arlene) Smith, both of Lacroft; two sons, Howard S. Kent of East Liverpool and Joseph Kent of Lansing, Mich., and 16 grandchildren.

The rites will be conducted Wednesday at 1 a.m. at the first Assembly of God Church by the Rev. Donald Dohm, assisted by the Rev. Robert Davidson of Toronto Assembly of God Church. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery.


Mrs. Newell Graham

The East Liverpool Review

Wed. June 5, 1968

Mrs. Newell Graham

Mrs. Mary Brophy Graham, 76, of 1755 Maple Ave., Wellsville, wife of Newell Graham, died today at 3:30 a.m. at City Hospital, where she had been a patient since Monday.

A native of Negley, Mrs. Graham was born Jan. 10, 1892, a daughter of the late Pete Brophy and Anna Mankins Brophy. She was employed at one time as an operator at the former U. S. Telephone Co. in Wellsville. She belonged to the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church of Wellsville, its Altar and Rosary Society and the Ladies Catholic Benevolence Association.

In addition to her husband, Mrs. Graham is survived by a son, Robert Graham, at home; three daughters, Miss Josephine Graham, at home, Mrs. William (Margery) O’Donohue of Joliet, Ill., and Mrs. David (Susan) Orr of Fulton, Mo.;’ two brothers, William Brophy of Bossier City, La., and Joseph Brophy of Wellsville; a sister, Mrs. Lavern (Catherine) Champion of Huntsville, Ala., and three grandchildren. A son, John Graham, died March 29, 1963.

Funeral arrangements are pending, with MacLean Funeral Home at Wellsville in charge.

JOHN E. SEIGLER - Obituary

John E. Seigler

East Liverpool Review

Wednesday, June 5,1968

John E. Seigler

John Edward Seigler, 79, of Follansbee died Tuesday at 10 p.m. at the Twin City Hospital in Dennison, Ohio, after a brief illness.

He was born in Pittsburg Dec. 7, 1888, a son of the late August Seigler and Bertha Schrag Seigler. He was a retired employe of the Follansbee Steel Co. His wife, Mary Ethel Seigler, died Feb. 24, 1961.

Survivors include two sons, a brother, Albert Seigler, and a sister, Mrs. Amelia Smith, both of Salineville, four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the James Funeral Home of Follansbee. Burial will be in the St. John’s Cemetery there.

Friends may call at the funeral hoe after 7 tonight.

DR. JOHN C. MAGILL - Obituary

Dr. John Magill

East Liverpool Review

Wednesday, June 5, 1968

Dr. John Magill

Services will be held Thursday at St. Petersburg, Fla., for Dr. John C. Magill, 42 of St. Petersburg, a native of East Liverpool, who died Monday of an apparent heart attack.

Burial will be there

Dr. Magill was born May 24, 1926, in East Liverpool, a son of Mrs. Margaret Riley Magill of Miami, Fla., and the late John C. Magill. He attended St. Aloysius School and was graduated for East Liverpool High School in 1944. he later was graduated from Medical College at Ohio State University.

Besides his mother, survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Christine Montgomery of St. Petersburg and Lisa Magill, and a son, Tony Magill, both at home; four sisters, Mrs. Charles (Margaret McCollum, Mrs. Robert (Eileen) Holway and Mrs. Jean Curran, all of Miami, and Mrs. John (Ruth) Fitzergerald of Huston, Tex., and a brother, Edward Magill of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

Dr., Magill was preceded in death by his wife, Mrs. Joan Magill, who died in March 1967, and a son, Michael Magill, who died last October.

The Arlington Memorial Funeral Home in St. Petersburg is in charge of arrangements.


Mary Baker

Evening Review

Nov. 27, 1981

Mary Baker

SALINEVILLE – Mrs. Mary Baker, 65, of Foundry Hill Rd. died Thursday at 5:56 p.m. in Salem Communtiy Hospital, where hw had been a patient 10 day.

A lifelong area resident, Mrs. Baker was born Aug. 4, 1916, in Hammondsville, a daughter of Clyde Parsons and Mayme Welch Parsons.

She was a member of the Southern Hills Church of Christ.

Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Janell Darlene Jenkins and Mrs. Roger (Linda) Kessler, both of Salineville; three sisters, Mrs. Gerald Miller, Mrs. Norma Wilson and Mrs. Tom Lysle, all of Hammondsville and three grandchildren.

Services are to be held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Kerr Funeral Home by the Rev. Don Winland. Burial is to be in Somerset Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday afternoon and night.


Samuel W. Carpenter

Monday, Sept 13, 1943

The E. L. Review

Samuel W. Carpenter

Samuel W. Carpenter 71, of Pittsburgh, died Sunday at 12:45 p.m. at the homeof his daughter, Mrs. Lilllian M. Carter of 947 High st., where he had been visiting ofr five weeks.

He was born in Malden, Mass., son of Samuel and Sarah Carpenter. He was a plumber until ill health forced his retirement.

In addition to his daughter, he leaves his wife, Mrs. Lilla Mae Carpenter; two other daughters, Mrs. Gordon Thomas of Boston, and Mrs. A. W. Shafer of Pittsburgh, a son, Samuel Carpenter Jr., also of Pittsburgh, and eight grandchildren and a great-grandchild.

Rites will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Carter, by Rev. William E. Speaker, pastor of the Pennsylvania Avenue Methodist church. Interment will be at Spring Hill cemetery.

Friends may call tonight at the home on High st.

EVA E. YORKO - Obituary

Mrs. Eva E. Yorko

Monday, Sept 13, 1943

The E L Review

Mrs. Eva E. Yorko

NEW CUMBERLAND – Services for Mrs. Eva E. Yorko, who died Friday at her home on Chester st. following a few hours’ illness, will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. from the Immaculate Conception Catholic church. Funeral mass will be conducted by Rev. Fr. Francis Olzewski.

Burial will be in New Cumberland cemetery.


Mrs. Rebecca Williams

Monday, Sept. 13, 1943

The E L Review

Mrs. Rebecca Williams

Mrs. Rebecca Williams, 64, wife of William E. Williams of Irondale, died Sunday at 5 a.m. at her home following a four-month illness.

Mrs. Williams was a member of the Irondale Methodist church.

In addition to her husband she leaves a daughter, Mrs. Floyd Morris of Glenmoor; a step-son, Earl Williams of Irondale, and 11 grandchildren.

Rites will be held Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. from the late residence by Rev. N. F. Scott, pastor of the Methodist church. Interment will be in Spring Hill cemetery.

Friends may call at the late home.

LT. JAMES E. GRAHAM - Obituary

Lieut. James E. Graham

Monday, Sept 13, 1943

The E L Review


Lieut. James E. Graham Had Served At Pearl Harbor

Lieut. James E. Graham of Newell, 24, a survivor of the Pearl Harbor attack, died Wednesday at Camp Bouse, Ariz., according to the word received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer E. Graham of Washington st., Newell.

The cause of his death is not known and funeral arrangements are incomplete.

The young officer, prior to his army induction on July 7, 1941, was a member of the army engineer corps; river and harbor division and was stationed at Huntington, W Va. He received his basic training at Ft. Belvoir, Va., and served nine months in Hawaii.

He returned to Ft. Belvoir to study for officer’s training, and was awarded his commission Oct. 28, 1942. Before being assigned to Camp Bouse, he served at Ft. Knox and Camp Campbell, Ky.

Lieut. Graham was a graduate of the Wells High school in 1937, the Jordan Deisel school of Pittsburgh and attended Robert Morris School of Accounting, Pittsburgh. He was a member of the Newell Presbyterian church where he served as a deacon.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by two sisters, Mrs. H. C. Lecklider of Barberton and Mrs. Lewis Yanascek of Cleveland.


Frank Reynolds

Monday, Sept.13, 1943

The E. L. Review

Frank Reynolds

Frank Reynolds, 31, formerly of East Liverpool, died Saturday morning at the Mirah memorial hospital in Buffalo, N. Y. , following a lingering illness.

He was born in East Liverpool and resided in Buffalo about three years. Mr. Reynolds was a member of the First Baptist church in East Liverpool He was employed in the stainless steel division of the Curtiss Aircraft Co., in Buffalo.

The survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ruth Parsons Reynolds; a son, Robert Reynolds; a daughter, Sarah Reynolds; his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Hendricks, of Buffalo; his father, Bernard Reynolds of East Liverpool; a brother, Fred Reynolds, and two sisters, Mrs. Beulah Bradfield and Mrs. Margaret Mittleman, all of Buffalo.

Rites will be held Tuesday at 3 p.m. from the Martin funeral home by Glenn wood of the First Baptist church. Interment will be in the Calcutta United Presbyterian cemetery.

Friends may call tonight at the funeral home.


Mrs. James Mayne

Monday, Sept. 13, 1943

The E. L. Review

Mrs. James Mayne

Mrs. James Mayne of Cleveland, former teacher in East Liverpool, died Sunday morning at the home of her sister, Mrs. Lela Tullis of Hudson, O., following a brief illness.

Mrs. Mayne leaves another sister, Mrs. May Andrews of Columbus. Mrs. Mayne was the cousin of Mrs. Forrest A. Bennett of 417 West Ninth st.

Rites will be held Tuesday from the Young and Baker funeral home in Cleveland and a brief service will be held Wednesday at 11:30 p.m. before interment at Riverview cemetery.

ALICE M. FRASER - Obituary

Mrs. Alice M. Fraser

Monday, Sept. 3, 1943

The E. L Review

Mrs. Alice M. Fraser

INDUSTRY – Mrs. Alice M. Fraser, 48, died at 3:30 a.m. today at her home near here following an 11-month illness. She resided in this community for 30 years.

Mrs. Fraser was a member of the United Brethren church of Industry and American Legion post 481 of Midland.

Surviving are her husband, Alexander Fraser; three daughters, Mrs. Robert Balser, Anna Marie Fraser and Jean Fraser at home, and twos sons, William Fraser at home and Corp. Robert Fraser of Ft. Banning, Ga.

Services will be held Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in the Dennis funeral home at Midland by Re. H. g. Trimmer, pastor of the Midland Methodist church. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery.

Friends may call a the funeral home tonight, Tuesday and Wednesday nights form 7 to 9.

JOHN L. MILLER, JR. - Obituary

John L. Miller Jr.

Monday, May 3, 1948

The E L Review

John L. Miller Jr.

John Lawson Miller Jr., infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lawson Miller, died soon after birth today in the home in Lawrenceville, Chester.

Besides his parents, the baby is survived by a sister, Mary Virginia Miller; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A Spicer of Chester, and paternal grandmother, Mrs. Virginia Miller of Canton.

Rites will be held Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. in the family home by Rev. A. F. Hanes, pastor of the Chester Christian Church. Burial will be in the Columbiana Memorial Park.

Friends may call tonight at the late home.

MARY E. RANK - Obituary

Mrs. Mary E. Rank

Monday May 3, 1948

The E L Review

Mrs. Mary E. Rank

Mrs. Mary E. Rank, 88, formerly of East Liverpool, died Saturday at 9:20 a.m. in the Garfield Hospital at Washington.

Mrs. Rank, the mother of the late Mrs. R. K. Caulk, wife of the former rector of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, lived in East Liverpool for about 20 years. She went to Glenmont Heights, Md., to reside after Rev. Caulk retired as rector of St. Stephen’s church.

She leaves a grandson, Harry O. Caulk of Glenmont Heights.

The body was brought to East Liverpool today for funeral services Tuesday at 10 a.m. in St. Stephen’s church by Rev. Frederick T. Gillette, the rector. The body will be taken to Medina for burial in Spring Grove Cemetery.

Friends may call tonight at the Dawson Funeral Home.


Daily Crisis Aug. 1, 1901
Bascom Sanford
Injuries Sustained by Bascom Sanford, Prove Fatal.
Bascom Sanford, aged 26 years, who was thrown off a box car at Salineville on Friday night died at Mercy hospital, Pittsburg on Saturday night.
Sanford was formerly a brakeman on the New Cumberland branch and for a year past was a brakeman on the C. & P. He was a single man and his parents live at Penrith, W. Va. He is well known in Hancock county and had many friends.
The remains were taken to the home at Penrith and the funeral will take place on Monday afternoon.

Daily Crisis 1901 - Bascom Sanford Injury

Daily Crisis
Aug. 1, 1901
Claim That Bascom Sanford Did Not Have Attention.
After Being Injured by the Cars at Salineville -- Alleged That He Received No Medical Attention There.
Bascom Sanford, who was run over by a freight car at Salineville on Fiday night and died at the Mercy hospital, Pittsburg, on Saturday night, is said to have bled to death and did not have proper medical attention until he reached Pittsburg.. It is claimed that he received no medical attention whatever at Salineville, but was kept there nearly , two hours, then taken to Wellsville and waited for a train for Pittsburg. Sanford's parents, who live at Penrith, W. Va., will bring suit against the railroad company for $15,000 for damages for alleged neglect to give proper care, to the young man.

ASA GEER - Obituary

Daily Crisis
Aug. 1, 1901
Asa Geer
Asa Geer Passes Away at His Home Near Chester.
Asa Geer, the oldest citizen of Hancock county, died at his home about three miles from Chester, near the Washington school house, on Monday night.
Mr. Geer was aged 94 years and was one of the best known men in Hancock county. He had lived at the old homestead for over 50 years. Up until the last few months he was able to work in the fields. He was remarkably well preserved, his intellect clear, vision bright, and up until a year ago had the activity of a man of 50 years of age.
For several years he was the overseer of the poor in Hancock county and in early life took flatboots of produce down the Ohio and traded.
Mr. Geer was highly respected, always a good neighbor and a friend to all.
He leaves a good estate to be divided among his children, E. W. , B., A., Marion, Mrs. George Moore and Mrs. O. A. Lowery
The funeral will take place on Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the late home. Interment at the Nessley chapel cemetery.


The E L Review
Thursday, Feb. 26, 1942
William Edwin Foden
William Edwin Foden, aged two years and 10 months, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Foden of 893 Peake st., died Wednesday at 6:55 p.m. in St. Francis hospital in Pittsburg.
Besides his parents, the child leaves two brothers, Harry Smauel Foden and John Wilfred Foden, and two sisters, Ruth Esther Foden and Hazel Doris Foden, all at home, and his grandparents, Mrs. William Foden of East Liverpool and John Arnott of Racine
Funeral arrangements are incomplete.


Obituary -- Joseph F. Holtzman
The E L Review
Thursday, Oct. 13, 1938
Joseph F. Holtzman
Joseph F. Hotlzman, 73, died in his home in 328 Grant st., today at 8:30 a.m. following a brief illness.
Mr. Holtzman was a member of the National Brotherhood of Operative Potters and the St. Aloysius Catholic church.
He leaves one daughter, Mrs. Marie Faulk of East Liverpool and one grandson.
Funeral services will be held in St. Aloysius Catholic church Saturday at 9 a.m. in charge of Rev. Fr. Thomas E. Walsh, the pastor. Burial will be in St. Aloysius cemetery.
Friends may call a the home Friday night.

SARAH E. DOZZIE - Obituary

Mrs. Sarah E. Dozzie
The E L Review
Thursday Oct. 13, 1938
Mrs. Sarah E. Dozzie, widow of Alfred E. Dozzie, died in her home in 363 Garfield st. Wednesday at 10:30 p.m. following a brief illness.
Mrs. Dozzie has resided in East Liverpool for the past 38 years. She was a member of the First Presbyterian church and John Washington chapter 68, Order of Eastern Star.
She leaves three grandchildren, Mrs. Eleanor Wilson and Mrs. Bernice Naylor of Cleveland and William Myers of Pittsburg, and six great-grandchildren.
Private funeral services will be held in the home Friday at 2 p.m. in charge of Rev. J. H. Lawther, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. Burial will be in Riverview cemetery.
Friends may call at the home tonight.


The Review
Friday, October 24, 1997
Duncan, Byrldene
Byrldene Duncan, 81
BEAVER, Pa. -- Services will be held Saturday for Byrldene Virginia Smith Duncan, 81, of Dutch Ridge Road, formerly of West Virginia, who died Thursday, Oct. 23, 1997, a the Beaver Medical Center.
She was born Feb. 21, 1916, in Wallace, W. Va., a daughter of the late Forrest and Dana Dye Smith.
She was preceded in death by her husband, James E. Duncan Sr., in 1970; and a daughter, Marchita A. Williams, in 1986.
She is survived by a son, James E. Duncan Jr. of Monaca, Pa.; a sister, Edice Evelyn Hildreth of Clarksburg, W. Va.; three grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
The services will be held at 1 p.m. a the Davis-Weaver Funeral Home of 329 East Main St., Clarksburg, W. Va. Burial will be in Wallace Linons Cemetery in Harrison County, W. Va.
The D. L. Williams Funeral Home of Midland is in charge of local arrangements.