Fayette Co., Ohio Obituaries
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born Oct 1, 1875 died July 21, 1913 born in Ohio to George
W. MOORE & Ellen WRIGHT MOORE. This information comes from his death
Submitted by: Fran Hendrie
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Elmer Ehrhart, age 78, Mt. Sterling, RFD 1, died Monday.
Survived by his wife Jane: 4 sons, George, Mt. Sterling: James and John both
of Kansas City, Missouri; Clarence, New Holland; 6 grand children; 2 brothers
Daniel and Ernest. Friends may call at the E. T. Snyder Funeral Home, Mt
Sterling where services will be held Thursday at 2:00 P.M. Interment Madison
Columbus Dispatch September 1967. I don't have the exact date he died the
27t I think.
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WILLIAM S. TUDOR,
the son of Stephen and Rachel Tudor, was born in Fayette County,
Ohio, March 20, 1840, and departed this life December 9, 1910, aged Seventy
Eight months and Ninteen days. He was twice enlisted during the Civil
War, and served
eighteen months as a private in Company A., Forty-eighth Regiment Ohio Volunteer
and eighteen months as a Corporal in Company A., First Regiment Ohio Volunteer
He came to Indiana when a young man, and resided in Grant county since about
In December, 1865, he was married to Margaret Pierce, who died in
To this union were born four children, Marie Tudor Spayde of Upland,
Allen C. Tudor of
Grant County, Charles A. Tudor of Iowa, and Alonzo Tudor of
Matthews. In June, 1880,
he was married to Lydia Ida Sheron. To this union were born
two children, Grace Tudor Hall
and Jesse B. Tudor, both of Marion. He was affiliated with the
First Methodist Protestant
Church of Marion, Indiana in 1892.
He leaves to mourn their loss, six children, six grand-children, one brother,
and one sister,
besides a number of relatives and friends.
Grant County Newspaper, MARION, INDIANA, DEC. 9, 1910
Grant County, Indiana USGenweb Site
ROBERT ANDREWS CALLED BY DEATH
Was prominent retired farmer, veteran, mason
and lodge member
Bloomingburg, Aug. 28, 1922.----- This community lost one of its
valued and respected citizens when death summoned Robert G. Andrews, age
retired farmer, at his home here at eight oclock Sunday evening, Aug. 27.
Mr. Andrews was for many years a prominent farmer.
He moved here a
few years ago when advancing years forced his retirement from the farm.
He was a veteran of the civil war and active in
grand army circles.
He served two terms as director of the Fayette County infirmary. Mr.
was one of the oldest members of the local Masonic lodge.
He was a member of the Bloomingburg M.E. Church.
His wife, and seven sons and three daughters survive.
They are James
D. of La Junta Colorado; Joseph and John R. of this
county; Frank and Claude
of Columbus, George L. of Ross County, William of Pickaway Co.,
Shumate of Oklahoma City, Okla., Mrs. Lovica Clark of Columbus,
and Mrs. Pearl
Johnson of Ostrander, Ohio.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon
at two o'clock at
the M.E. Church here. The F. & A.M. Lodge will have charge of the
Burial will be in the Bloomingburg cemetery.
Submitted by Sally Bassett
JOHN "JACK" CAMPBELL
Relatives here have learned of the death of John "Jack" Campbell, 82 of Johnstown,
a former resident of Washington C.H. in his residence early Monday morning.
Mr. Campbell, a former fireman for the Dayton Power and Light company here,
is survived by his wife Blanche Stroup Campbell, formerly of Mount
Sterling, three sons, Warren Campbell, 100 South Main Street, William
(Bill) Campbell of Alexandria, and Veryl Campbell of Mountain
View Calif., three grandchildren, and a sister Elizabeth Hurtt
of 222 Short Street.
Arrangements, which are incomplete will be announced later.
Submitted by Craig Campbell, from the Washington C.H. Record-Hearald, Monday
April 19, 1971
Mrs. Fannie Campbell
New Holland O.-- Mrs. Fannie Campbell, 69, wife of John Campbell,
residing one mile North of this place, died at her home, last midnight, after
a lingering illness.
Mrs. Campbell has a large circle of friends and relatives in this community
and Fayette County who are deeply greived over her death.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by one son, Harry, of
near New Holland, and thre daughters- Mrs. L.Z. Arnold of near Bloomingburg,
Mrs. Charles Hunt of New Holland, and Mrs. Elwood Rapp of near
Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon, at 2 p.m. at the Madison
Mills M.E. Church, and burial will be made at Madison Mills.
Funeral Director E.P. Snyder is in charge of the funeral arrangements.
Submitted by Craig Campbell, from Washington Cout House Herald, June 3, 1927
JAS. CAMPBELL DIES SUNDAY
James Campbell, 82, well known resident of Paint Township, succumbed
to an attack of pneumonia , Sunday morning about 730, after only a few days
Mr. Campbell was engaged in farming for a great many years and before his
health became impaired, had taken an active part in church work at various
He is survived by his widow and eight sons and daughters. The sons and daughters
are Mrs. Blanche Rogers of this city, William Campbell,
Mrs. Dora Friend and Joseph Campbell of Bloomingburg. Edna
Campbell Five Points, Hershall Campbell of Long, Ohio. Mrs.
Gertrude Kind of Ashtabula, and Clark of Madison Mills.
Funeral Services at the M.E. Methodist Church in Bloomingburg, Tuesday afternoon
at two o'clock and interment in the Bloomingburg Cemetery.
Washington Court House Herald on 1-9-1928
Submitted by Craig Campbell
IDA PATTON LANUM ? dau. Of Robert &
Viretta Patton, B. 22 Nov 1874, D. 23
Dec. 1900, m. 31 Dec. 1891 to Dr. C. V. Lanum. 2 children ? Robert
Member M.E. Church.
JONAH S. MARCHANT ? son of William & Elizabeth (Smith) Marchant
, b. 27 July
1831, D. 15 Apr 1918. M. 28 Dec 1854 to Maria A. Johnson ? dau. of
G. & Amelia Johnson. Maria B. 11 Nov. 1838, D. 10 Sept. 1872. 8 children:
Thomas W., George W., Henry Curtis, Mark S., Ora E. Patton & Maude
Pausch ? no names for other 2. 2nd m 25 Mar 1876 to Martha A. Sanders
Dau. of Nathaniel P. & Marie (Heller) Sanders. Member of M.E.
AMANDA MANIFOLD ? dau. of N. J. & Eliza Patton, B. 60 yrs.,
5mo., 10 days &
D. 25 Jan. (no year given on either dates). M. 24 July 1884 to Samuel
Manifold. 2 sons ? Harry & Walter. M. E. Church of White Oak.
Mrs. Dora Sparks, Mrs. A. G. Barber, Mrs. Mattie Elkins & Bro.
ELIZABETH MARCHANT ? b. 16 Sept 1805 in Berkeley Co., VA. D. 12 Apr
Her family moved from Va by pack saddles in 1806 to Fairfield Co., O., then
to Fayette Co. in 1812. M. William Marchant in 1822. 10 children:
Isaac, Willliam, John W., Jonah, Rebecca Snider, Nancy Fishback, listed
notice. Husband, Wm. Marchant b. 13 June 1800. Member M.E. Church.
SARAH MERCHANT Dau. of Abraham & Sarah Merchant. B. 12 Nov.
1809 in Butler
Co., VA. D. 22 Jan 1894, East Monroe, O., moved to Highland CO. at age 5.
M. in Feb 1829 to Elias Simmons. 11 children, Member of M.E. Church
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