Friday, August 8, 2008
Mrs. Laurhetta Alexander,
She was born in
Her only survivor is a son, Paul L. Alexander at home. Her husband, John S. Alexander, died
The Dawson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements which are incomplete.
Atty. Andrew J. Coleman
County Bar To Honor Late Atty. Coleman
The Columbiana County Bar Association will hold a memorial for Atty. Andrew J. Coleman Saturday at in Municipal Court and then proceed to the Dawson Funeral Home where services will be held for the veteran attorney at
Dr. D. Finley Wood of the
Atty. Coleman was found dead in bed Thursday morning at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Glayde Coleman, of the
Friends may call at the funeral home tonight.
Mary Beth Walker
Mary Beth Walker, 72, of Newell passed away
She was born
Mary was an active member of the
She is survived by her second husband, Bill Walker, at home; four daughters, Mary McFarland of California, Deborah Coil of Florida, Kathi Monroe and Bonnie Dray, both of Newell; a son, James McFarland of Wellsville; two stepsons, James Walker of Wellsville and Dennis Walker of Newell; a sister, Edna Davis of Florida; 8 grandchildren; 6great-grandchildren; 9 step-grandchildren and 1step-great-great-grandchild.
Funeral services were held on
The family requests memorial contributions to be sent to Valley Hospice or the
Sherry Jackson Paris
Sherry Jackson Paris, 40, of New Cumberland passed away
She was born
Besides her parents, she is survived by three daughters, Courtney Paris, Kailene Glover and Khadynce, all of New Cumberland; 2 sisters, Barbara Settle and husband, Rob of Wheeling, Teresa Powell and fiancé Harold Theiss of New Cumberland; a brother, John "Jay" Showalter and wife Shannon of New Cumberland, 5 nieces Tierra (Potts) Rawson, Haley Powell, Tanya Showalter, Paige Settle and Halie Colson; 4 nephews, Scott Showalter, Tyler Settle, Dylan Powell and Canyon Colson; and a great niece, Serenity Rawson.
Funeral services will be held on
Mildred H. Cunningham
Mildred Henrietta Cunningham, 91, Newell, passed away
She was born
She was a member of the Newell Church of Christ. Mildred enjoyed sweing, quilt making and bird watching.
She is survived two daughters, Mrs. William (Susan) Walker of Newell and Mrs. William (Linda) Danley of Calcutta; a son, Richard "Rich" Cunningham of Newell; a sister, Georgia Cunningham of Glen Easton, WV; 2 grandchildren, Brian Cunningham and companion Becky Anderson and Kristy Krzys and husband, Jeremy; and a great-grandson, Jace Cunningham.
Private funeral services and interment were held at the convenience of the family. The Newell Chapel of the Nixon Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Audubon Society.
Martha Jane Siudak
Martha Jane Siudak, 90, of
She was born
Martha was Methodist by faith and a homemaker.
She is survived 3 sons, Joseph John Siudak, Jr. and Robert Paul Siudak, both of Follansbee and James Walter Siudak of New Cumberland; 3 daughters, Patricia Ann Medvitz and Thelma Jean Schneider, both of Cleveland and Beverly Sue Allison of New Cumberland; a sister, Roberta Skowronsky of Toronto,16 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren. Friends will be received a the Turley Funeral Home on Thursday, march 27 from 2-4 and Funeral services will be held there on Friday at with Rev. Robert Staub officiating. Interment will follow in the
Son of John Mountford
The three-year-old son of John Mountford, of
Foster, Mrs. Wm. (Belle)
Mrs. Wm. Foster, aged 36 years, died Thursday (
Davidson, Jessie (Ethel)
Jessie Davidson, aged 2 years, daughter of Thos. Davidson, died Monday(
Elwood Pusey, aged 49 years, died at his home on
Daughter of Homer Chamberlin
The four-weeks-old daughter of Postmaster Homer Chamberlin, of Canons Mills, died Monday (
Eaton, Mrs. Jacob
Mrs. Jacob Eaton (Cara Green), of Allegheny, died Monday evening (Oct. 9, 1899) at the home of her mother, Mrs. Harriet Green,
Coburn, Mrs. Mary, widow of he late Dr. John Coburn, died Sunday (Jan. 29, 1899) at her home in East End of heart failure. Deceased was aged 76 years, and leaves four children to mourn her demise.
They are Moody, Deverne and Mary , of this city, and Mr. J. f. Donnelly, of Wellsville. Interment was made in Long's Run Churchyard, Wednesday, Rev. A. D. McCullough officiating.
McCormick, Mrs. John
Mrs. John McCormick, aged 54, died at her home near
McKeone, Mrs. Mary J.
Mrs. Mary J. McKeone, of
The 5-months-old son of Len Hertle died Sunday (
Maggie, the eight-year-old daughter of Lewis Hutton, of Short Alley and
Coulson, Miss Lillie
Miss Lillie Coulson, formerly of East Liverpool, died at 10 o'clock Friday (Jun. 9, 1899) morning, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Hay, at Harmony, Pa., from consumption. Deceased was 58 years of age. She has for the past year resided at Harmony. Her remains were brought here Monday, and interred in Riverview cemetery.
George McCarron, aged 67 years, one of the most prominent citizens in this community, died Monday (Jun. 12, 1899) of pneumonia Deceased was born in
Wm. Prosser died suddenly at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Samuel Steele, at
The funeral took place at Monday afternoon; burial was in the Flat's cemetery.
Minnie Evans, aged 18 years, daughter of Phillip Evans, die Sunday (
Perry Herron, aged 45 years, died Wednesday (
Edwin Crosser, young son of County Recorder Ed. M. Crosser, of
Thompson, Mrs. Helen Ogden, aged 20 years, daughter of W. H. Thompson, of Foreest street, died Saturday Apr. 1, 1899) of lung trouble. Funeral services conducted by Rev. Wearie, took place Tuesday.
Marsh, Mrs. Bessie
Mrs. Bessie Marsh, of Salineville, aged 68 years, died at that place Monday (
Wilson, Wm. T.
Wm. T. Wilson, aged 76 years, died Sunday (
Deceased was born in Allegheny, and removed here sixteen years ago. In 1860 he married Rachael ?. Bigger, of
Deceased was a member of the First U. P. Church. Interment in Riverview took place Wednesday.
Salmon, John Thomas
John Thomas Salmon, aged 33 years, died Tuesday night (Apr. 4, 1899) of heart failure, at this hoe on
He was married after coming here to Miss Morris and one child, Sarah, resulted from this union.
Deceased was a member of Crockery Tent, 131, K. O.T. M., and Favorite Tent, 175, Rechabites.
McBane, Mrs. Frank
Mrs. Frank McBane, of
Menough, Mrs. J. W.
Word was received Friday of the death of Mrs. J. W. Menough at the home of her brother in
Isiah James, aged 56 years, one of he most prominent residents of Wellsville, died Monday of paralysis and heart trouble. Deceased was born in Richmond, O., coming to Wellsville when still a small boy, and becoming a fireman on the railroad, has been on the railroad, has been on the railway ever since, being one of the old reliable engineers on the C. & P. Ry.
He leaves a wife, Mrs. Alice James, and two children, Miss Sophia and John of Washington, D. C. Two sisters and two brothers survive him William James, of