Carpenter, Franklin -- DEATH AT HAYESVILLE -- Franklin Carpenter, aged 65 years, a resident
of Vermillion township. died at the home of his son, E.V. Carpenter, near Hayesville, on Tuesday
is survived by his son, two brothers, John of Croton, and David of Savannah, and one sister, Mrs. Mary Ledigh of Ashland,
his wife having preceded him in death four years ago. The funeral will be held from the Methodist church in Hayesville,
this Thursday at 2 p.m. Rev. Campbell, his pastor will be in charge and interment will be made in Vermillion cemetery
at Hayesville. Submitted by Chris. [Loudonville Times: 11 February 1926]
Carpenter, Mary Ellen Friend -- Mrs. Mary Carpenter, of Widowsville, one of the pioneer
women of Ashland county, died Sunday, July 25, at the home of her son, Frank Carpenter, in her 95th year. She was the
grandmother of Mr. A.C.D. Leidigh of Ashland. The funeral occurred Tuesday, burial in Hayesville cemetery. Five
generations in one family is a rare occurrence but in this family it occurs several times. Submitted by Chris. [Ashland Press: 28 July 1909]
Carpenter, William -- Mr. William Carpenter was born September 20th 1841, and died October
15th, 1918, aged 77 years and 25 days. The deceased was a son of Robert and Mrs. Mary Carpenter. In the year 1864
he was united in marriage to Miss Minerva Jones. To this union were born five children all of which are living, viz:
Mrs. Nettie Beachler, John Carpenter, Mrs. Eva Bowen, Jay Carpenter, and Mrs. Grace Allenbaugh. Surviving him also are
four brothers, George, Frank, David and John, and two sisters, Barbara Jones and Mary Leideigh. Twenty-one grandchildren
and seven great-grandchildren are also bereft of a kind grandfather. In his early life, Mr. Carpenter
united with the Reformed church whose minister at that time was the Rev. H. H. Sandow. There he attended until in his
later years, old age incapacitated him. Besides the mourning relatives he leaves a multitude of friends and acquaintances
who will miss his presence in their midst; but though death has claimed him, yet may we find solace in the truth that:
"There is a house not made with hands, Eternal in the Sky, And there his spirit waiting stands, Til God shall bid it fly."
"Shortly the prison of his clay Must be dissolved and fall, Then will his soul, with joy obey His Heavenly Father's call."
CARD OF THANKS -- We desire hereby to acknowledge with grateful appreciation the many kindnesses and sympathy shown us during
our recent bereavement. Also the singers and minister for his consoling words. -- Family of William Carpenter.
Submitted by Chris. [Loudonville Democrat: 24 October 1918]
This was my mother in law's father's father. Her grandfather.
More information on the same grandfather:
Carpenter, William -- DIED AT DOVER -- William Carpenter, one of the well
known residents of Ashland county, died at Dover on Wednesday, where he was visiting at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Howard
Allenbaugh. The deceased was 77 years of age on the 25th day of September. The remains were taken to Perrysville
on Wednesday and funeral services will be held from the Bethesda church at McKay, Friday afternoon. He is survived by
three daughters. Mrs. Beachler and Mrs. John Bowen living near McKay, and two sons, John Wilbur of Jelloway and Jay
Carpenter of Perrysville. Four brothers, George, Dave, Frank and John Carpenter, and two sisters Mrs. John Jones of
McKay and Mrs. Samuel Ledigh of Ashland, also survive. Submitted by Chris. [Loudonville Democrat: 17 October 1918]
Flickinger, Zen -- ZEN FLICKINGER DIES SUDDENLY - Zen Flickinger, 36, of
Lake Fork was found dead in his bed at his home Sunday morning. Death was caused by a sudden heart attack. He is survived
by his widow and two children, aged four and six. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, brief rites will be conducted
at the home at 1 p.m. and regular services at 2:30 p.m. at the U.B. church in Lake Fork with Rev. Rafeld officiating. Burial
will be made in the Lake Fork cemetery. Submitted by Gary. [Ashland Times Gazette: 03 November 1930
We are not sure who this person is but buried in Lake Fork with other Flickinger Family.
Keetle, Edna G. (Baum) -- Mrs. E. G. Keetle Dies Of Heart Attack Today. Mrs. Edna G. Keetle,
71 died at 2 a.m. today at her home on the Olivesburg road, following a heart attack. The daughter of Rubin and Josephine
Naylor Baum she was born July 29, 1882 and had spent her entire life in Ashland. She was married to Ben W. Keetle in July,
1911. She is survived by her husband; a daughter, Josephine Shafer of Detroit; two sons, Rubin W. and Harry F. both of Ashland;
four grandsons; one granddaughter and three great grandchildren. Her parents, a son Harold, three brothers and one sister
preceded her in death. Ms. Keetle was a member of the Trinity Lutheran church and of the VFW Auxiliary. Funeral services will
be held at 2 p.m. Monday from the Gilbert Funeral home with the Rev. Paul Frees officiating. Burial will be made in the Ashland
cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Sunday 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9 p.m. Submitted by klynn. [Ashland Times Gazette: 02 April 1954, p. 9]
Naylor, John F. -- Departed this life March 27, 1893, John F. Naylor, in the 28th year of his age. Mr.
Naylor was born in Lake township in 1865, was a good boy in his school days as the writer well knows; as he was our pupil
in our teaching years and he grew up to be a straightforward and honorable man. About three years ago he was married to Miss
Sophrona, daughter of Robert Marks, Esq. His health had been failing for some time and last autumn he realized that he was
in the grasp of that fell destroyer, consumption. Thinking to receive some benefit from change of climate, he went to Florida
in November, but returned in about a month without having received any mitigation of his disease, and from that time till
his death he suffered with fortitude and resignation. He was a member of Mansfield Council, S. O. A. M. and was buried on
Thursday with the ceremonies of that order in the presence of a large concourse of friends, after a sermon by Rev. Warner,
of Hayesville. He leaves a widow and child to mourn the loss of a kind and affectionate husband and father. The sorrowing
friends have the sympathy of the community. Miss Anna and W. S. Naylor, of Holmes county, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beaird and
D. O. Naylor and wife, of Hayesville, attended the funeral of their brother, John Naylor, on Thursday. Submitted by klynn. [Ashland Press: 06 February 1873]
Marie Allenbaugh, 97, formerly of Hayesville, died at Samaritan Hospital Wednesday afternoon.
She was born in VanWert, April 13, 1900, the daughter of Ora and Mary Cover Mohler.
She was a homemaker and had been a member of the Jeromesville Trinity Lutheran Church
Surviving is a son, Kenneth of Hayesville, two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank, May 3, 1983; a daughter, Lucille
Haulk, and one infant son.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Fickes Funeral Home, Jeromesville, with pastor
Edward Ulseth officiating.
Burial will be in the Jeromesville Cemetery.
Friends may call one hour prior to the service at the funeral home.
Vanzile, Jesse -- Wednesday. Jesse Vanzile, an old pioneer of Ashland County, died at his home near
Perrysville, Monday, at the age of 85 years. Submitted by Amy. [Richland Shield & Banner
(Mansfield, Richland Co., Ohio): 10 August 1889, Vol. LXXII, No. 12]
Robert Carpenter, one
of the oldest inhabitants of this county, died Wednesday morning at ten o'clock, aged 78 years. Funeral from the house
Friday at 10 a.m. Interment in the Hayesville cemetery.
8 OCTOBER 1913
SIMMERS, Layton, born Lebanon PA 15 Apr 1849, died Orange Twp. home 30 Sept,
to OH early, married 1872 Samantha Garman, 9 children: 5 sons and 6 daughters, 2 of which died previously, 3 sons and 4 daughters
survive, buried Dickey Cemetery,
19 AUGUST 1914 (issue continued)
GARMAN, Francis, died Tuesday at home 1335 Brockley Ave.,
Lakewood formerly of Ashland, 78y, married twice, young wife and children by 1st marriage survive.
my husband great great grandfather.
Naylor, Laura (McClure) -- DEATH CLAIMS MRS. NAYLOR, 82 -- Widow,
Native of Ashland County, Came to Mansfield In 1902 -- Mrs. Laura McClure Naylor, 82, widow of Webster Naylor, died Monday
at her home, 207 South Mulberry street, after a brief illness. Born in Ashland county Jan. 4, 1857, Mrs. Naylor came to Mansfield
in 1902. She was a member of the First M. E. church. Surviving are two sons, G. Phineas Naylor of Cleveland and J. Arthur
Naylor of Mansfield; two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Davenport of Mansfield and Mrs. Glenna Beer of Trenton, Mich,; a brother,
H. E. McClure of Mansfield; 12 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral services will be
held at 12:30 p.m. Thursday at the Wappner funeral home in charge of Re. E. G. Corwin of the First M. E. church. Burial will
be in the Mansfield Cemetery. The body will be at home until Thursday morning. Submitted by klynn. [Mansfield News Journal: Tuesday, February 7, 1939, pg 9]
Naylor, Webster -- Webster Naylor, died Wednesday morning at his
home four miles south of the city. He was born in 1856 and is survived by his wife, four children, Arthur and Ethel at home,
Mrs. Glenn Beer and Phineas Naylor of this cit, his mother, one brother Allen and one sister Corda Naylor, all living at Hutchison
Kan. The funeral will be Friday afternoon at 2 oclock at the home. Submitted by klynn. [Mansfield News: September 24, 1913, pg 3]
Richland Co., Ohio
BUNKERHILL Cemetery (Worthington Twp. - Section
Location: State Rte. 97 and Co. Rd. 108
(Bunker Hill Rd.) next to Bunker Hill Baptist Church.
Latitude: 40.5935 | Longitude: -82.3729 | Elevation:
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