Alice D Gaugh


Cincinnati Enquirer, 12 August 1873, page 4

THE LOST FOUND-Mrs. Isaac Gaugh, whose singular disappearance from her home in Newport last Thursday has occasioned so much anxiety to her friends and to the public, has at last been found.  Captain Gaugh, her husband, received a dispatch from her yesterday, dated at Springfield Ohio, and another from L E Adams, MD, stating that the lady had come to "our institute" Friday morning, and was well as usual.

Mrs. Gaugh telegraphed her husband to come in the morning, that she needed him.  The story, so far as at present development, is that she went to Loveland Thursday, stayed there all night and went to Springfield the next morning.


Cincinnati Enquirer, Saturday, December 11, 1875



The funeral services of Mrs. A D Gaugh, wife of I D Gaugh, took place yesterday morning at their residence on York street.  The remains were followed by a large number of mourning and sympathizing friends to their final resting place in Spring Grove.

The following information comes from the death card at Spring Grove Cemetery.


Gaugh, Alice D No. 28116
Place of Birth; Newport
Age-Birth Date; about 45 years;  Deceased Dec 6 1875
Interment; Dec 10 1875 1PM
Disease; Paralysis
Parents Names; --- & Alice Carnahan
Lot Owner; Hoople & others; Sec 77 Lot 31
Size and Kind of Grave; 6'4" X 23"
Undertaker; E A Miller
Ordered by; C A Smith
Place of Death; York St. Newport KY
Charges; Gr $20.00


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