Friday, August 8, 2008

JOHN P. HODER - Obituary

John P. Hoder
Mar. 27, 2008
Hancock County Courier
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John Hoder, 53, of New Cumberland passed away Sunday March 16, 2008.
He was born March 17, 1954 in Weirton.
John was a loader for B.F.I. Waste Management.
He is survived by his wire, Kathryun (Jenkins) Hoder, at home; two sons, three stepsons, Kenny Baker of New Cumberland, Michael Baker of Beech Bottom and Richard mayhew of Parkersbvurg; a step daughter, April Mayhew of Ohio; a sister, Renee Crawford of New Cumberland; two brothers, Tony Hoder of New Cumberland and Pat Hoder of Newell; four grandchildren, Kenny Baker Jr., Evan Baker, Aaron Baker and Breanna Staley and his mother and father-in-law, Kathleen Leasure and David McAbee of New Cumberland.
Funeral services were held on Thursday, March 21, 2008 at 11:00 a.m. at the New Cumberland Chapel of the Nixon Funeral Home with Pastor Chuck Thomas officiating . Interment followed at the New Cumberland Cemetery.
The family requests memorial contributions to be sent to the Nixon Funeral Home.


Laurhetta Alexander

Friday, April 3, 1959

East Liverpool Review

Mrs. Laurhetta Alexander, 813 St. John St., died Thursday at 11:30 p.m. at Massillon State Hospital after a long illness. She was 86.

She was born in South Beaver Township, Beaver County, daughter of the late Robert and Elizabeth Anderson. She resided here for 48 years and was a member of the Trinity United Presbyterian Church.

Her only survivor is a son, Paul L. Alexander at home. Her husband, John S. Alexander, died May 10, 1957.

The Dawson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements which are incomplete.


Atty. Andrew J. Coleman

Friday, April 3, 1959

East Liverpool Review

County Bar To Honor Late Atty. Coleman

The Columbiana County Bar Association will hold a memorial for Atty. Andrew J. Coleman Saturday at 1 p.m. in Municipal Court and then proceed to the Dawson Funeral Home where services will be held for the veteran attorney at 2 p.m.

Dr. D. Finley Wood of the First Methodist Church will officiate. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery.

Atty. Coleman was found dead in bed Thursday morning at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Glayde Coleman, of the Campground Rd., with whom he resided.

Friends may call at the funeral home tonight.


Mary Beth Walker

Mar. 27, 2008

Hancock County Courier

Mary Beth Walker, 72, of Newell passed away Tuesday, March 18, 2008.

She was born June 16, 1935 in Beaver Falls, PA, the daughter of the late William and Helen (Myers) Hunter. She was also preceded in death by her first husband, James McFarland; a sister Jane Keller and two children, Mary and Louise.

Mary was an active member of the Glendale Church of the Nazarene where she taught Sunday School., She enjoyed helping with the church missionary program and the "Out Reach" program at the Netwick Nursing Home.

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 Saturday, March 22, 2008 at 11:oo a.m. at the Newell Chapel of the Nixon Funeral Hoe with Pastor Jim Davidson officiating. Interment followed a the Shadow Lawn Memory Gardens in Newell.

The family requests memorial contributions to be sent to Valley Hospice or the Glendale Church of the Nazarene.


Sherry Jackson Paris

March.27, 2008

Hancock County Courier

Sherry Jackson Paris, 40, of New Cumberland passed away Saturday, March 22, 2008.

She was born January 7, 1968, a daughter of John and Wanda (Blankenship) Showalter of New Cumberland. She was also preceded in death by a sister, Jody Showalter and a brother-in-law, Kevin Powell.

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 Thursday, March 27, 2008 at 11:00 a.m. at the Newell Chapel of the Nixon Funeral Home with Pastor Merkel Fernbaught Jr. officiating. Interment will be held privately at the New Cumberland cemetery.


Mildred H. Cunningham

March 27, 2008

Hancock County Courier

Mildred Henrietta Cunningham, 91, Newell, passed away Sunday, March 23, 2008

She was born December 5, 1916, in Captina, WV, a daughter of the late Clarence and Gladys (Crow) Kelley. She was slso preceded in death by her husband, Harold Cunningham.

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

March 27, 2008

Hancock County Courier

Martha Jane Siudak, 90, of Madeline St. New Cumberland, passed away Monday, March 24, 2008 at Weirton Medical Center.

She was born April 9, 1917 in New Cumberland, a daughter of the late Alfred P. and Estella B. (Homan) Carey Godwin. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Joseph John Siudak, Sr., a brother, Thomas Godwin and six sisters, Pauline Brant, Blanche Swain, Lela VanDyke, Margaret Houser, Eunice Haislet and Vernice Ferguson.

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 6-8 p.m. Funeral services will be held there on Friday at 10 a.m. with Rev. Robert Staub officiating. Interment will follow in the New Cumberland Cemetery.


Porter, Mrs. Eliza

The East Liverpool Tribune

Mrs. Eliza Porter, aged 84 years, died Monday (Feb. 6, 1899) at the home of her son, Capt. John Porter, New Cumberland.


Son of John Mountford

The East Liverpool Tribune

The three-year-old son of John Mountford, of Garfield avenue, died Sunday (Feb. 12, 1899) from burns received Saturday. The little fellow's clothes caught fire from a grate and before the flames were extinguished he was horribly burned.

REBECCA McCOY - Obituary

McCoy, Mrs. Joseph (Rebecca)

The East Liverpool Tribune

Mrs. Joseph McCoy, aged 59 years, died at her home on Ravine street, Tuesday (Feb. 6, 1899) of convulsions. Interment took place Thursday.


Wildblood, James

The East Liverpool Tribune

James Wildblood, aged 50 years, died Sunday (Feb. 12, 1899), of pneumonia. Deceased was an old and prominent citizen. (Riverview)

HOWARD HILL - Obituary

Hill, Howard

The East Liverpool Tribune

Howard Hill, aged 44 years, died Monday (Feb. 13, 1899) at his home in this city, of pneumonia. He leaves a wife and daughter. (Riverview)

MRS. Wm (BELLE) FOSTER - Obituary

Foster, Mrs. Wm. (Belle)

The East Liverpool Tribune

Mrs. Wm. Foster, aged 36 years, died Thursday (Feb. 9, 1899) at her home in West End, of consumption. The husband and two daughters mourn her demise. (Riverview)


Langley, Wallace

The East Liverpool Tribune

Wallace, five-year-old son of John Langley, died Monday (Feb. 13, 1899), of pneumonia.


Davidson, Jessie (Ethel)

The East Liverpool Tribune

Jessie Davidson, aged 2 years, daughter of Thos. Davidson, died Monday( Feb. 13, 1899). The funeral services were held Thursday, Elder Burton, of the Mormon faith, officiating. (Riverview)


Pusey, Elwood

The East Liverpool Tribune

Elwood Pusey, aged 49 years, died at his home on Fourth street Tuesday, (Feb. 14, 1899) after a lingering illness of typhoid pneumonia. Deceased was a life-long resident of this section, being born in Wellsville. He was for twenty-five years engaged in the ferry business at this city. His wife and four children, Miss Georgia, Elwood, Christian and Clara, survive. Interment will take place Friday. (Riverview)


Daughter of Homer Chamberlin

The East Liverpool Tribune

The four-weeks-old daughter of Postmaster Homer Chamberlin, of Canons Mills, died Monday (Sept 25, 1899) and was buried Tuesday in the U. P. cemetery at Calcutta.


Eaton, Mrs. Jacob

The East Liverpool Tribune

Mrs. Jacob Eaton (Cara Green), of Allegheny, died Monday evening (Oct. 9, 1899) at the home of her mother, Mrs. Harriet Green, 230 Third street, this city. Rev. J. C. Taggart conducted funeral services at the residence this afternoon. Interment in Riverview.

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

The East Liverpool Tribune

In Wellsville

Mrs. John McCormick, aged 54, died at her home near Bethel church Monday, (Sept 25, 1899) after a long illness. Mrs. McCormick returned from a Cleveland hospital some six weeks ago, where she had been receiving treatment without benefit, her heath continually failing until her death. She leaves a husband and two daughters.


Merriam, Floyd

The East Liverpool Tribune

Floyd Merriam, son of R. M. Merriam, 3rd street, died Saturday (Jan. 28, 1899) of brain fever. He was aged two years. (Spring Grove)

MRS. HARRY REED - Obituary

Reed, Mrs. Harry.

The East Liverpool Tribune

Mrs. Harry Reed died suddenly on Friday evening (Jan. 27, 1899). Interment took place Monday (Riverview).

NANCY MASS - Obituary

Mass, Mrs. Nancy

The East Liverpool Tribune

Mrs. Nancy Mass died at her home on the Hugh Newell Farm, across the river, Saturday (Jan. 28, 1899). The remains were interred in Riverview cemetery.


Barnhart Infant

The East Liverpool Tribune

The 4-weeks-old son of Wm. Barnhart died Saturday (July 22, 1899).


Warrick Infant

The East Liverpool Tribune

The nine-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Warrick died on Friday (Jan. 27, 1899). Interment was made in Riverview cemetery on Saturday.

MARY J. McKEONE - Obituary

McKeone, Mrs. Mary J.

The East Liverpool Tribune

Mrs. Mary J. McKeone, of Akron, died a the home of her father, P. F. McClosky, of Peach alley, at 12o'clock Monday night (Jul. 31, 1899). Decedent had been ailing about a year with a complication of diseases, and about two months ago was brought to the home of her father in this place. Her husband and three children, Susan, Isabelle, and John, survive. The parents of the deceased and one brother and three sisters, John, Lucinda, Isabelle, and Mrs. Lizzie Debee, are also living. The funeral takes place this afternoon. The remains will be taken to the First M. E. church where services, conducted by Rev. W. H. Haverfield, will be held. Burial in Spring Grove Cemetery. Mrs. McKeon's <sic> 16-month-old child died spasms on Wednesday night, and Mrs. Patrick McClosky is prostrated with grief and not expected to live.


Hertle Infant

The East Liverpool Tribune

The 5-months-old son of Len Hertle died Sunday (July 23, 1899) in Wellsville. Funeral services took place Tuesday from the Russell residence, on Main Street, and interment was made in Spring Hill cemetery.


Hutton, Maggie

The East Liverpool Tribune

Maggie, the eight-year-old daughter of Lewis Hutton, of Short Alley and Second street, died Monday morning (Jul. 31, 1899) of spinal meningitis, after an illness of two weeks. The funeral was held at two o'clock Tuesday afternoon, services being conducted by Rev. B. H. Hodson. Burial in Riverview cemetery.


Coulson, Miss Lillie

The East Liverpool Tribune

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.


McCarron, George

The East Liverpool Tribune

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 Bellfast, Ireland, and came to this city in 1864. Ten children survive – H. P., James, John, Rose, George, Daniel, Lizzie, Edward, Maggie and Mrs. Kate DeTemple. Interment took place Wednesday morning in the Catholic cemetery.


Prosser, Wm.

The East Liverpool Tribune

Wm. Prosser died suddenly at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Samuel Steele, at Chester, Sunday (Jun. 11, 1899). He died from the results of a fall off a hay rick. Six children survive – Mrs. Samuel Steele, Mrs. Maria Van Ostrand and William and George, of Grant district; Mrs. Wallace Simms, of East Liverpool, and Mrs. John Robb, of Toronto. He was a member of the Church of Christ, of East Liverpool.

The funeral took place at 2:30 Monday afternoon; burial was in the Flat's cemetery.


Massey, Mrs. Fletcher

The East Liverpool Tribune

Mrs. Fletcher Massey, aged 24 years, died Thursday (May 11, 1899) of meningitis.


Evans, Minnie

The East Liverpool Tribune

Minnie Evans, aged 18 years, daughter of Phillip Evans, die Sunday (May 5, 1899), at her home on May street, of kidney trouble. Deceased was a member of the M. E. church and a conscientious Christian girl. Interment took place Tuesday in Spring Grove cemetery.


Gibbs, William

The East Liverpool Tribune

William Gibbs, aged 67 years, and an old resident, died Thursday morning (May 11, 1899). The funeral will be held Sunday by the Red Men.

JOHN HILL - Obituary

Hill, John

The East Liverpool Tribune

John Hill, aged 44 years, died Tuesday (May 9, 1899) at his home on Lincoln avenue.


Herron, Perry

The East Liverpool Tribune

Perry Herron, aged 45 years, died Wednesday (Apr. 5, 1899) of consumption, at his home on Norton street. He leaves a wife and ten children, as follows: Clement, Bertha, Stella, David, William, Everett, Guy, Clara, Nellie and Earl.


Crosser, Edwin

The East Liverpool Tribune

Edwin Crosser, young son of County Recorder Ed. M. Crosser, of Lisbon died Wednesday (Apr. 5, 1899)

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

The East Liverpool Tribune

Mrs. Bessie Marsh, of Salineville, aged 68 years, died at that place Monday (Apr. 3, 1899). Deceased was the wife of Ralph Marsh, and lived in this city for many years. Mrs. W. A. Rhodes, Mrs. Geo. Croxall, Mrs. Samuel Cartwright and Mrs. William Cartwright, of this city, are nieces of the deceased. Interment took place in Riverview cemetery, this city, Wednesday.


Wilson, Wm. T.

The East Liverpool Tribune

Wm. T. Wilson, aged 76 years, died Sunday (May 28, 1899) of heart trouble at his home on Seventh street.

Deceased was born in Allegheny, and removed here sixteen years ago. In 1860 he married Rachael ?. Bigger, of Murdockville, Pa., whom with eight children survive him. The children are Mrs. J. Frank Billingsley, Mrs. Will Gaston, Andrew D., Jennie M., Emmet L., Maggie A., of East Liverpool and Robert, of Akron.

Deceased was a member of the First U. P. Church. Interment in Riverview took place Wednesday.


Salmon, John Thomas

The East Liverpool Tribune

John Thomas Salmon, aged 33 years, died Tuesday night (Apr. 4, 1899) of heart failure, at this hoe on Norton street, and was found lifeless in bed Wednesday morning. Mr. Salmon was a self-made man, coming here from England about nine years ago, penniless, but by his honesty and hard working qualities he secured a position as janitor at the Potter's bank, which he held until his death.

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

The East Liverpool Tribune

Mrs. Frank McBane, of Glasgow, died Monday of a complication of diseases. Deceased was the stepmother of Mrs. Mills Bennett, of East Liverpool. The funeral took place Wednesday at 2 p.m.; interment at Yellow Creek church.

MRS. J. W. MENOUGH - Obituary

Menough, Mrs. J. W.

The East Liverpool Tribune

Word was received Friday of the death of Mrs. J. W. Menough at the home of her brother in Bloomington, Ill., where she was visiting. Deceased was 61 years of age, and was born and raised in Wellsville, her maiden name Ella Rogers. She leaves a husband and three sons.—Warren, of Bloomington, Will, of Chicago, and Walter, of Kansas City. . Ten sisters survive her, Mrs. J. P. Connard, and Mrs. J. T. Smith, both of Wellsville, Mr. Menough is the foreman of the locomotive department of the Wellsville shops.

(Spring Hill).

ISIAH JAMES - Obituary

James, Isiah

The East Liverpool Tribune

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 Huntsville, George James, of Chicago, Mrs. William Monaghan, of Cleveland, and Mrs. John Apple, of Wellsville. He was a member of Wellsville chapter, 55, R. A. M. He was also a member of the railroad brotherhood and had held a seat in the Wellsville City Council for some years. The Masons took charge of the funeral services, which were held today. ( Spring Hill)