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Haag, Frank -- 77Y;  d. 6/1955; bur. Crestline, OH  [MNJ 7/1/1955]

Haag, Frederick -- bur. 9/17/1876 at Mansfield Cem.;  2m;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  13 January 1877]

Haag, Robert T., Jr. -- d. 3/23/1995  [St. John's U.C.C. 1995 Annual Congregational Record, p. 14]

Haag, Willie -- HAAG -- In this city (Mansfield), on the evening of the 7th. inst., Willie, son of Adam and Kate Haag, aged 6 years and 7 months.  The funeral took place Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  [THE OHIO LIBERAL: 14 May 1884, Vol. 12, No. 5]

Haas, Catherine -- DEATHS -- Mrs. Catherine Haas, at the residence of her husband, Geo. Haas, near Lexington avenue, Sunday morning at 7 o'clock at the age of 48.  Funeral Tuesday at 2 p.m.  [Mansfield Herald:  01 May 1890, Vol. 40, No. 24]

Haas, Mary -- DIED, April 27, at her home near Lexington Avenue, Mrs. Mary Haas, aged 49 years, 10 months and 25 days.  Funeral from the residence April 29 at 2 o'clock p.m.  [Mansfield Evening News:  28 April 1890, Vol. 6, No. 45]

Hachten, Carl -- Carl Hachten, who has been ill with inflammatory rheumatism, died this morning at his home on Jefferson Avenue.  He was 69 years of age and leaves a wife, two sons, Frank and John, and one daughter, Mrs. Robert Bettac.  Funeral services Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at St. John's German Evangelical church on West First Street, conducted by the Rev. William Dresel.  [Mansfield News: 19 August 1901, Vol. 17, No. 144]

Hackedorn, David A. -- Monday.  The death of one of the older citizens of this county is again to be announced.  It is that of David A. Hackedorn, formerly one of the prominent men of this vicinity.  For the past year the deceased has been away from here, making his home with his children, but his last active work was done at Ontario.  His death occurred Saturday, Dec. 9th., at 5 a.m., at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. W.P. Scott, at Rogers, Arkansas, whither he went last spring.  His health has been seriously impaired for some years, and the end came at last, suddenly, at the place named.  He leaves several children, all of whom are grown.  The sympathy of the entire community will go out to the relatives and friends, who have seen three members of the Hackedorn family lay down the work of this life in the last twelve months.  Temporary interment was made at Rogers, Ark.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  23 December 1893, Vol. LXXVI, No. 31]

Hackedorn, Effie Lyne -- d. 10/2/1867 at Ontario;  5m, 5d;  b. Ontario;  white;  cause:  infantile _____;  res. Ontario  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hackedorn, Margaret -- d. 9/23/1867 at Ontario;  39y, 1m, 20d;  b. Ontario;  cause:  typhoid fever;  res.  Ontario  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hackedorn, Miles E. -- d. 8/4/1867 at Ontario;  17y, 5m, 12d;  b. Ontario;  white;  cause:  consumption;  res.  Ontario  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hackedorn, Mrs. M. -- Ontario.  Mrs. M. Hackedorn died Oct. 18, after a lingering illness.  Four sons survive her Dr. N.E., of Galion (OH);  D.A., of Mifflin, Pa.;  Samuel, of Van Wert, and J.R., of this place.  Mrs. H. was in her ninety-second year and had been a resident of this community for nearly forty years.  She was a devoted member of the Presbyterian church, widely known and highly esteemed.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  29 October 1892]

Hacket, ---- -- d. 8/--/1872 at Mansfield;  1m, 14d;  b. Mansfield;  c/o John Hackett & M. Ernsberger;  white;  cause - congestion of the lungs;  res. Mansfield - 3rd. Ward  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hacket, Catherine F. -- d. 6/9/1871 at Bloominggrove Twp.;  38y, 10m, 17d;  married;  b. Wayne Co., OH;  white;  cause - brain fever;  res. Bloominggrove Township [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hacket, Mrs. Curt

Hackett, George -- George Hackett was born in Perry County, Pa., August 19th., 1800, died near Rome, O., August 11th., aged 75 years, 11 months and 22 days.  The departed came to the state of Ohio in the year 1825, and was for many years a respectable citizen of Bloominggrove Township.  He was a member of the Presbyterian church, at Rome.  He leaves his second wife and other members of his family to mourn his death.  Funeral services were held in the Presbyterian church, conducted by Rev. N.H. Loose.  Thus has another of the old pioneers left the scenes of early privation and danger, to give place to others now reaping the rich fruits of his laborious toil.  He was from our native county and since our arrival here, one of our steadfast friends.  [Shelby Independent News:  17 August 1876, Vol. 8, No. 43]

Hackett, Grace -- Rome.  On Friday evening of last week at about three o'clock little Grace Hackett, age four years died of membranous croup.  She was one of the bright little sunbeams whom everyone loves.  Funeral services on Sabbath at 2 p.m.  [Mansfield Weekly News:  02 June 1887, Vol. 3, No. 27]

Hackett, William -- William Hackett, the father of Mrs. Simon Dolph, died on Friday at the home of his son-in-law, F.W. Folks, No. 17 East Fourth Street.  The remains will be taken to Rome for interment.  [Mansfield Herald:  30 September 1886]

Hade, ---- -- d. 2/1885, premature birth;  8d;  bur. Mansfield Cem.   [Mansfield Herald:  07 January 1886]  *may read 1m, 8d

Hade, Katie -- d. 5/4/1869 at Mansfield;  20y, 2m, 2d;  b. Mansfield;  laborer;  cause:  heart disease;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hade, Mary -- Mrs. Mary Hade, wife of Captain E. Hade, died very suddenly at the family residence on Hedges Street yesterday afternoon.  Her death was a shock to her friends, and yet for many years she was an invalid.  Captain Hade and wife were born in Franklin County, Pennsylvania, but removed to Mansfield nearly fifty years ago and they have continually resided here since.  Both Mrs. Hade and her husband were well known as excellent people, and when able to be about, Mrs. Hade was active in all good works.  During the war Captain Hade was at the front and Mrs. Hade and her daughters were content to bear all the ills and deprivations incident to their dark days.  At the close of hostilities the family temporarily removed to Chattanooga, Tenn., but on Captain Hade's muster out all returned to Mansfield where their days of age and some feebleness have been passed.  Mrs. Hade's family surviving her consists of one daughter, Mrs. Cyrus Shumway, of Columbus, O., and Mr. Jacob Hade, of Toledo, with the Pennsylvania Railway Company.  The funeral obsequies will likely take place on Monday from the residence, but the exact hour is not yet named.  Captain Hade, and son and daughter, have the sincerest sympathy of the community.  She was a good woman, and a devoted wife and mother.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  28 July 1894, Vol. LXXVII, No. 11]

Hadley, Leo Blaine -- Leo Blaine, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hadley, died Wednesday morning, was buried Thursday.  It was probably the smallest child every known, weighing three-quarters of a pound at birth and one pound at its' death.  Its age was two months.  --  [Bellville Star:  25 December 1884, Vol. 8, No. 13 as reprinted from the Crestline Advocate]

Hafer, Alva V. -- HAFER Services To Be Held Saturday, Prominent Shelby Man Dies Wednesday. Shelby, July 30--Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock at the Most Pure Heart of Mary church, for Alva V. HAFER, aged 70 years, who passed away yesterday morning at the family home on Auburn street. Rev. Father A. A. FATE will officiate.  He is survived by his wife and five daughters, Mrs. Joseph JIROUSEK of Cleveland, Mrs. Joe FELTER of Norwalk, Mrs. Richard KELLEY of Painesville, Mrs. Laird SCOTT of Marion and Mrs. Lloyd HAWK of Shelby.  The body was removed to the Sutter Funeral Home on East Main street where it will be prepared for burial and was removed to the family home on Auburn street this morning where friends may call at any time.  Submitted by Norris.  [MANSFIELD NEWS:  30 July 1931]

Hafer, Mrs. Fred -- Mrs. Fred Hafer, aged 70 years, mother of M.B. Monn the well known Shelby dry goods merchant, died Tuesday at 2 a.m. at the home of her sister, Mrs. Delilah May on Whitney Ave., Shelby.  The funeral will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. from the United Brethren church conducted by Rev. Counsellor, her former pastor.  [Mansfield Shield:  14 January 1913]

Hafer, L.B. -- L. B. HAFER Succumbs At His Shelby Home, Funeral Services Not Yet Completed. Shelby, July 29--L. B. HAFER, aged 70 years, died at 10:30 o'clock this morning at the home, 78 Auburn avenue. HAFER died after an illness of one year.  The majority of his life HAFER spent in carpenter work about Shelby, but for the past few years he has been an engineer at the Ohio Seamless Tube company.  He is survived by his widow and five daughters. Funeral arrangements, which have not been completed, will be in charge of the Sutter parlors.  Submitted by Norris.  [MANSFIELD NEWS:  29 July 1931]

Hafflick, Henry -- Independence.  A little child belonging to Henry Hafflick took sick and died Saturday night.  --  [Bellville Star:  12 November 1885, Vol. 9, No. 7]

Hagenbuch, Nathan -- SHELBY.  Nathan Hagenbuch, an old pioneer of Jackson twp., living east of Shelby, died Monday of a complication of diseases and old age.  He was 86 years old.  He was well and favorably known to a large number of people.  The funeral was held Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the U.B. Church and was largely attended.  [Semi-Weekly News:  15 October 1897, Vol. 13, No. 83]

Hagenbuch, John W.

Hagenbuch, Rebecca -- Died, Rebecca Hagenbuch, wife of Nathan Hagenbuch, born April 27th., 1812 in Berks County, pa., died October 6th., 1873, aged 61 years, 5 mo., and 9 days.  The subject of this notice emigrated to Ohio in the year 1835.  She was the mother of nine children, four boys and five girls, three of the former having departed this life previous to her death.  She united with the United Brethren Church about sixteen years ago, and has lived a consistent Christian life since then.  Before her death, she was exceedingly anxious to be released from earth, that she might enjoy heaven.  May her friends prepare to meet her there.  Let her afflicted husband, that lonely son and the grief-stricken daughters console themselves in the fact that their loss is her inestimable gain.  There on those high and flowery plains her spirit ne'er shall tire.  -- W.A.K.  [Shelby Independent News:  17 October 1873, Vol. 5, No. 51]

Hagenbuch, Samuel N. -- Died, Samuel N. Hagenbuch, died near Shelby, Ohio, April 19th., 1873, aged 25 years, 2 months and 9 days.  he was indeed a promising young man;  fitting himself for future usefulness.  But in the midst of his most promising days, he was selected by that fatal disease, consumption, and fell a victim to death amidst a large circle of friends who so highly appreciated his society and deeply lament his death.  His mortal remains were interred in Oakland Cemetery to await the resurrection morn.  His death was a glorious triumph.  -- W.A. Keesy.  [Shelby Independent News:  08 May 1873, Vol. 5, No. 28] *The May 15th., 1873 issue of the Shelby Independent News also contains a Memorandum on the death of Mr. Hagenbuch, with resolutions of respect.

Hager, Christian -- d. 3/21/1871 at Poor House, consumption;  74y;  birthplace not listed;  res. poor house [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hagerman, Anna -- 67Y;  d. 1/1/1954 at home, Bellville;  b. 6/13/1886 at Bower, NE;  w/o Carl  [MNJ 1/2/1954]

Hagerman, Eva C. -- 78Y;  d. 3/8/1955 at home, Mansfield;  wid/o James H.   [MNJ 3/8/1955]

Hagerman, J.O. -- DIED, At his residence four miles east of the city, June 3, J.O. Hagerman, aged about 74 years.  Funeral from his residence, June 5, 3 p.m.  --  [Mansfield Weekly News:  09 June 1887, Vol. 3, No. 28]

Hagerman, James -- Pavonia.  James Hagerman, an old citizen of this neighborhood, was buried last Sunday.  He has been a great sufferer since last October, and a great charge, but was tenderly cared for by his wife and daughter.  He was between seventy and eighty years of age and a very much respected neighbor.  He has lived in this vicinity for about sixty years.  --  [MANSFIELD WEEKLY NEWS:  09 June 1887, Vol. 3, No. 28]

Hagerman, Sarah -- Miss Sarah Hagerman, aged 60 years, died Sunday morning north of the city.  She has been an invalid for years.  The funeral services, conducted by the Rev. F.S. Wolfe, of this city, Tuesday morning at 10:00 at the home of W.G. Hagerman, brother of the deceased, five miles north of Mansfield.  Miss Hagerman was a cousin of the Rev. E.T. Hagerman, of Norwalk.  [Mansfield News:  07 October 1901, Vol. 17, No. 185]

Hagerman, Sarah -- Saturday.  Mrs. Sarah Hagerman, aged 41, wife of Attorney C.E. Hagerman, died at her home in Windsor last evening of lung trouble.  The deceased had been ailing for over a year.  She leaves a husband and three sons to mourn her departure.  Mrs. Hagerman was the daughter of Wm. Cotter and wife, of Windsor, and at an early age became a member of the Methodist church.  The funeral will be held Monday, Rev. Painter officiating, after which the remains will be interred in the Windsor Cemetery.  The many friends of Mr. Hagerman and his associates of the Richland County Bar sympathize with him in his bereavement.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  19 November 1892]

Hagerman, Walter -- SUCCUMBS AT HOME AT AGE 54 -- Services Will Be Held Tuesday at 1 P. M. For Walter Hagerman -- Funeral services for Walter Hagerman, 54, of 24 Hammond avenue, who died at his home Saturday after a brief illness, will be held at the Wappner funeral home at 1 p. m. Tuesday with Rev. E. C. Corwin, pastor of the First M. E. church, officiating.  Burial will be in the Mt. Zion cemetery.  Mr. Hagerman was employed by the Barnes Manufacturing company for 30 years before he became associated with the Davis Linco filling station on Park avenue east four years ago.  He was a member of the First M. E. church.  Surviving are his wife, Anna, and two brothers, Guy of California, and Carl of Butler.  Submitted by Jean  [newspaper unknown:  03 April 1937]

Hagerman, West Anna -- b. 6/13/1886;  d. 1/1/1954;  bur. Bellville Cem.  [source:  Memorial booklet on file at Butler / Clear Fork Historical Museum]

Hagerman, William -- Pavonia.  Died, April 8, 1890, William Hagerman, an old and much respected citizen.  He was born and always lived in Weller Township, Richland County.  He was married in 1844 to Mary Bealby.  They raised a family of six children, five sons and one daughter, who were all born and raised where their father died.  Mrs. Hagerman died about 1880 and in 1882 Mr. Hagerman married Elizabeth Irey, of Marion, who survives him.  He filled the offic3e of justice of the peace twice and was an indefatigable worker in the church and Sabbath school.  His disposition was the kindest and most forgiving and no one would be missed more by his neighbors.  He was laid to rest in the Milton Cemetery, the Rev. J.H. Barron conducting the services.  The Rev. E.T. Hagerman, of Salem, and H.H. Hagerman, of Mansfield, attended the funeral of their father.  The oldest son living, Oliver, of St. Paul, and Mrs. Fluke, of Iowa, being absent.  --  [Mansfield Evening News:  17 April 1890, Vol. 6, No. 36]

Hagerty, Jerry -- Jerry Hagerty died an awful death at 8:30 o'clock last night.  Late yesterday afternoon the people on the streets were startled by the report that Jerry Hagerty had been run over by the cars and horribly mangled.  Jerry's many friends were loth [sic.] to believe that the rumor was true.  but in a short time details of the horrible accident were known.  Jerry has been out of work some time, but next week he expected to accept a position under Superintendent Barrett, of the C.A. & C. railroad.  His father, Patrick Hagerty, the well known Erie section foreman, with a large gang of men began yesterday re-laying the track between West Salem and Mansfield.  Jerry started in yesterday morning to do the clerical work for his father for a few days.  It was his duty to keep the time of the workmen and also record the numbers of the cars unloaded.  Mr. Hagerty and other members of the family objected to Jerry's working for a few days and tried to coax him out of it.  It seems they had a short of presentiment that harm would befall him, but Jerry, always industrious, insisted on working.  The construction train was at work about four miles east of the city at 3:30 o'clock.  The train was standing on a sidetrack and Jerry was standing on and near the end of a flat car.  The engine started with a sudden jerk, which caught Jerry off his guard and threw him off the car.  He fell between the cars and seven cars passed him, three of which were loaded with steel rails.  Both legs were ground to pulp below the knees, the right arm was crushed, the back of the head was cut and bruised, the face was badly bruised and the chest crushed and internal injuries were also sustained.  The unfortunate young man was picked up and tenderly cared for and the construction train at once started back for this city.  Jerry was immediately taken to his home on North Main Street and Doctors J.H. Craig, John Maglott and Otis Wiles attended him.  The doctors at once decided that the only possible hope for life would necessitate the amputation of both legs and the right arm.  Jerry was conscious and conversed freely with all his friends.  He was placed under the influence of opiates while the operations were performed.  The operations were finished and the young man became unconscious but after several hours of terrible agony the poor fellow's constitution began to show the effects of the shock and at 8:30 o'clock Jerry Hagerty's spirit took its flight.  Jerry Hagerty was born in this city.  He would have been 23 years old tomorrow.  He was employed as clerk for several years with Miller & Dittenhoefer, and later was in the employ of I. Shonfield a year.  During the last session of the City Board of Equalization, he was elected to and performed the duties of messenger.  Jerry's friends were legion, as he was very popular with all, and many a heart is full of sorrow today as they think of good natured Jerry's sudden and awful death.  The young man leaves a father, mother, two sisters and two brothers, Deputy Auditor M.E. Hagerty and Timothy Hagerty.  The funeral will be held tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock at St. Peter's Catholic church.  Rev. Father Magenhann will officiate.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  20 October 1894, Vol. LXXVII, No. 23]
 

Hagerty, Mary -- A Mansfield resident for the greater part of her life, Miss. Mary Hagerty, 79, died at Mansfield General Hospital yesterday afternoon after an illness of a year.  She was born in Ashland County on January 6, 1875. At the time of her death, she made her home with her cousin, Mrs. Mary Moyer, 32 Bradford Ave. She was the last member of her immediate family. 
She was a member of St. Peter's Catholic Church and the Rosary Altar Society Council of Catholic Women.  Friends may call at the Geiger-Herhhy Funeral Home at 6 p. m. this evening. Funeral high mass will be sung at St. Peter's Catholic Church by Msgr. R. C. Goebel Tuesday morning at 9:30.  Burial will be in Mansfield Catholic Cemetery. The Rosary will be recited at the funeral home this evening at 8 p. m. Submitted by Linda & Shirley [Mansfield News Journal: 21 June 1954]

Hagerty, Michael -- Michael Hagerty, the well-known section boss and brother of Patrick Hagerty, the Erie section boss, died at about 1:30 o'clock this afternoon.  He was working on the Pennsylvania railroad, near Wise's brickyard, this afternoon.  A spark from a passing train ignited a field of grass near the track and the section men ran to extinguish the fire.  While running Mr. Hagerty fell unconscious and never arose.  When the section men reached him he was still breathing, but within a few moments he died.  The body was brought to the city on a hand-car and removed to his residence at 34 Daisy Street.  Dr. Loughridge, the Pennsylvania surgeon, arrived at the home shortly afterwards but his services were not needed.  The doctor is of the opinion that the death was caused by a stroke of apoplexy.  The deceased leaves a widow and four children, of whom Patrick Hagerty, the well known Erie operator now stationed at West Salem, is one.  No arrangements have as yet been made for the funeral.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  15 September 1894, Vol. LXXVII, No. 18]

Hagerty, Michael -- Monday.  The funeral services of the late Michael Hagerty were held at St. Peter's Catholic Church at 9 o'clock this morning, Rev. Magenhann officiating.  The St. Peter's branch of the Catholic Knights of Ohio attended the funeral in a body.  The remains were interred in the Catholic cemetery.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  15 September 1894, Vol. LXXVII, No. 18]

Hahler, Dr. -- Dr. Hahler, aged 30, who has been established in Shelby about three weeks, died suddenly Sunday of heart disease.  He leaves a wife.  He came from Mineral Point.  --  [Semi-Weekly News (Mansfield):  22 February 1898, Vol. 14, No. 15]

Hahn, Clarence -- Mt. Zion.  H.J. Ernsberger and wife were suddenly called to Green Springs to attend the funeral of Clarence, the little son of their daughter, Mrs. Ida Hahn.  He was sick but a few days and his death was a sad shock to the community.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  05 August 1893, Vol. LXXVI, No. 11]

Hahn, Daniel -- Wednesday.  Daniel Hahn, aged 67, died at the home of his nephew, Wm. Bondabaugh, on North Diamond Street, yesterday, from the effects of a stroke of paralysis sustained yesterday morning.  The time of the funeral has not yet been fixed.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  10 June 1893]

Hahn, Daniel -- Friday.  The funeral services of the late Daniel Hahn were held yesterday.  The remains were interred at Shelby.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  17 June 1893]

Hahn, David -- See Tribute Of Respect for Dr. David Hahn from his fellow Council members on the Council of Lexington issued 2/12/1887 in the Richland Shield & Banner:  17 February 1877.

Hahn, Elizabeth -- d. 5/1885, paralytic stroke;  69y, 3m;  bur. Mansfield Cemetery [Mansfield Herald:  07 January 1886]

Hahn, Henry -- Monday.  Henry Hahn, aged 60 years, died at the Infirmary, at 9 o'clock last night.  The funeral will take place tomorrow at Olivesburg.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  11 May 1889, Vol. LXXI, No. 51]

Hahn, Jane - DIED -- At Decalb [DeKalb], Crawford County, Ohio, May 30, 1870, Miss Jane Hahn, in the 25th. year of her age.  She became a member of the Lutheran Church, at Oakland, in February last.  Her health has been very poor for several years but she was bed-fast only since April last.  Her funeral took place on June 1st., at the Myers Church, West of Shelby;  at which time a sermon was preached by Rev. J. Crouse, based upon the words, "To die is gain".  [Shelby Independent News:  30 June 1870, Vol. 2, No. 35]

Hahn, Mathias -- Mathias Hahn was born in Perry County, Pa., April 16th., 1819, and died Sept. 20th., 1876, aged 57 years, 5 months and 4 days.  Bro. Hahn was a member of the Ev. Lutheran Church at Oakland, Crawford County, Ohio.  He was a good man while living and died in peace.  [Shelby Independent News:  28 September 1876, Vol. 8, No. 49]

Hahn, Mrs. Peter -- Thursday.  Mrs. Peter Hahn died at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon of heart failure at her home on Newman Street.  The funeral will be held at 1:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the German Lutheran church on West Third Street.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  22 December 1894, Vol. LXXVII, No. 32]

Hahn, Rose -- bur. 11/1888 at Mansfield Cem., accidental scalding;  1y, 8m, 13d  [Mansfield Herald:  31 January 1889]

Haight, George Simpson -- d. 9/22/1870 at Shelby, no cause of death listed;  4m;  b. at Shenandoah;  res. Sharon Twp. [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Haight, Julia -- Ontario.  Mrs. C. Au received a paper a few days ago from Stuart, Holt County, Neb., containing the sad news of the death of her sister, Mrs. Julia Haight, a former resident of this place.  --  [Semi-Weekly News (Mansfield):  13 May 1898, Vol. 14, No. 41]

Hail, Emma J.

Hainer, George -- LEXINGTON ... George Hainer died at his home three miles southwest of here Sept. 9, where he had lived over forty years.  He was born in Germany, Feb. 13, 1829 and came to America with his parents in April, 1832.  They located at Washington, Washington county, Pennsylvania, and the deceased was married there June 1, 1854 to Dorothy Shultz and shortly after moved to Ohio.  To them were born three sons and three daughters, of whom one son and two daughters are living.  The deceased had been a member of the Presbyterian church of Lexington for twenty-two years but for eight years he was so afflicted he could not attend services.  The deceased was most highly esteemed by all who knew him.  Funeral was held Wednesday, a minister from Ontario officiating.  Interment was in Troy cemetery, two miles northwest of here.  [Mansfield Daily News:  17 September 1901, Vol. 17, No. 168]  

Hainer, Henry - Lexington. -Henry Hainer died at his home two miles northeast of here Saturday evening and the interment was in the cemetery here April 11.  The Rev. Mr. Seward officiated at the obsequies of the deceased, who was born in Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany, Sept. 14, 1821.  He was 77 years, 6 months, 25 days, and was one of a family of nine children who emigrated to this county in 1832.  He was married in his 24 year and moved to Ohio 48 years ago.  He lived in Morrow county for 22 years and for 26 years he lived on the farm where he died.  His family was composed of nine children of whom eight are living, one having died 35 years ago.  His children are all married and reside in this immediate vicinity, except the eldest daughter, Christina Poland, of Kinsey, Ind., and Daniel Hainer, of Pittsburg.  He was a member of the Lexington Presbyterian church 35 years, into which he was received by certificate from the German Lutheran church, of which he had been a member from his youth.  He as a devoted husband and father and was most highly esteemed by everybody for his noble attributes. Submitted by Jean and Faye.   [The Mansfield News:  Monday Evening, April 17, 1899]

Haines, ---- -- Lexington.  Mr. Haines, conductor on the B.&O. was inured at Alta last Friday morning and brought here for medical attention, and although badly crushed about the chest it was at first thought he would recover, but he became suddenly worse Saturday afternoon and died at seven o'clock.  His wife was with him at the time of his death but his mother did not arrive in time to see him alive.  He resided at Newark and the body was taken there Sunday on the eleven o'clock train for burial.  --  [Bellville Star:  31 January 1889, Vol. 12, No. 18]

Haines, Frederick -- Lexington.  Conductor Haines, who was seriously injured in the wreck which occurred near Alta on Thursday night of last week, was brought to Lexington and taken to the Hotel De Sager.  Mr. Haines was injured internally and, after intense suffering, died on Saturday about 5:30 p.m.  The deceased was yet in the prime of his life and leaves a wife and one child.  The remains were taken to Newark on Sunday on No. 8.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  02 February 1889, Vol. LXXI, No. 37]

Haines, Frederick -- Monday.  Frederick Haines, a B. & O. freight conductor, died at the Sager House at Lexington, Saturday evening, at 5:50 from injuries received Thursday night.  He went out in the fog to couple cars that had broken apart and was caught between the bumpers.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  02 February 1889, Vol. LXXI, No. 37]

Haines, Lucina (Freehafer) -- Mrs. Lucina Haines, 89, formerly of 1160 Byron street, died at 2:35 a.m. Tuesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Shoemaker, 1160 Ohio Street. Forth Wayne, where she had made her home for the last seven years. She had been bedfast since April 10, 1946, and was seriously ill the last five weeks. Mrs. Haines was born March 19, 1858, in Richmond [sic] county, Ohio, to Michael and Rachel Freehafer. She married Jesse B. Haines February 27, 1878. The husband died November 18, 1928. The couple lived on a farm during the early years of their married life and in 1913 Mr. Haines retired and they moved from Clear Creek township to the Byron street home in this city. After the husband's death Mrs. Haines continued to maintain her home here and spent her winters with her daughter for several years. Seven years ago she went to live permanently with the daughter. She was a member of the church of the Brethren. This city. Surviving are three sons, Austin Haines, Wolcottville; Warren Haines, San Benito, Texas, and Albert Haines, Detroit, Mich; two daughters, Mrs. Home Smith, Newton, Kan., and Mrs. Harry Shoemaker at whose home she died; 14 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. Three sons, John, Howard and Ora Haines are dead. The body was removed to the Bailey Funeral Home where friends may call. Funeral services will be held at 2 pm. Saturday at the chapel of the Bailey Funeral Home with the Rev. Van B. Wright, Fort Wayne, and the Rev. Galen T. Lehman, officiating. Burial will be at the Shock cemetery north of Huntington. Submitted by Nancy.  [Source: Huntington (IN) Herald Press, 9 March 1940, p. 1, col. 8.]

Haines, Susan -- Died, on Saturday, April 26th., 1873, near Spring Mills, Mrs. Susan Haines, in the 70th. year of her age.  [Shelby Independent News:  01 May 1873, Vol. 5, No. 27]

Hair, Magdalena -- d. 12/26/1869;  no age given;  b. Ohio  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Haislet, Cletis F. -- 55Y;  d. 8/11/1954 at Aultman Hosp., Canton, OH;  former Mansfield resident;  Mansfield native;  U.S. Navy;  h/o Catherine;  bur. Canton Cemetery, Canton, OH  [Mansfield News Journal:  12 August 1954]

Haislet, Hattie -- SPRING MILLS -- The remains of Miss Hattie Haislet were buried Monday, Mar. 23. [RICHLAND SHIELD & BANNER: 28 March 1896, Vol. LXXVIII, No. 46]

Haislett, Mary (Wilson)

Haislett, Samuel -- Jackson Twp.  Samuel Haislett was buried a few days ago at Oakland Cemetery, Shelby.  [Mansfield Evening News:  11 February 1890, Vol. 5, No. 290]

Haiveland, Harrie

Hake, Jesse S. -- Jesse S. Hake departed his life at 3:45 this morning at his residence, 16½ South Park Street.  He was born in Mahoning County, O., Aug. 2, 1836, and when yet a young man went to Wisconsin where, when the war broke out, he enlisted as corporal in Co. A, 37th. W.V.I.  He served through the war but was taken very ill with typhoid fever and chronic complaints which necessitated his being confined to the hospital for some time, and from the effects of which he never recovered.  For seven years he was a professor in a college at Jacksonville, Ill.  He was married Augusta Whitehead who died 10 years ago.  By her he had one child, a son, who died at the age of four years.  June 12, 1888, he married a second time, leading to the altar Mrs. M.L. Jacobs, relict of the late John J. Jacobs, of Ashland.  For three years they lived in Columbus and came to Mansfield to reside two years ago.  The deceased's disease lead into heart trouble and he was compelled to pass the summer months in the north to avoid the heat.  While in Michigan the past summer he was stricken with paralysis, which caused his death.  He leaves no issue.  He was a member of Jacksonville Commandery, K.T., and of the local lodge of U.V.U.  He was also a member of the Episcopal Church.  The funeral will be conducted at the late residence at 1 o'clock tomorrow, Rev. D.J. Meese and Rev. Dustin Kemble officiating.  The remains will be taken to Ashland where they will be interred by the Masons of that city.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  25 November 1893, Vol. LXXVI, No. 27]

Hale, Augustus R. -- "30" FOR A. R. HALE, THE TELEGRAPHER - Former Well Known Press Operator Dies at Marion - Funeral Here Thursday Afternoon at 2 O'clock - Augustus R. Hale, or as he was familiarly known "Squire" Hale, died at the Sawyer sanitarium in Marion, Sunday, Dec. 10, as the result of a stroke of paralysis sustained about ten days before. Mr. Hale had been in impaired health for several years, and was taken to Marion for treatment some months ago. The body was brought from Marion by the undertakers Beelman to remain in their parlors in this city to be viewed by friends so desiring, until Tuesday evening and then taken to the home of Mrs. Ira France on Sturges avenue for the funeral at 2 p.m. Thursday, conducted by the Rev. R. M. Huston, of the First Presbyterian church, and under the auspices of Canton Mansfield No. 6, Patriarchs Militant, a private funeral being desired in so far as possible except for intimate friends. A. R. Hale was born in Ashland county 52 years ago, but had resided in Mansfield since early childhood. As a boy he learned telegraphy and was recognized as an expert operator. For ten years or more he took the United Press report in this office and took it well during his entire period of service. Mr. Hale married Miss Myra France, daughter of Mrs. Rachel and the late Enoch H. France, and her death occurred about five years ago. He leaves a son, Chauncey G., of Los Angeles, Cal., and a brother, John Hale, of Akron. He was a member and a past grand of Mansfield Lodge, No. 19, I. O. O. F., and also a member of Mohicon encampment and Canton Mansfield. Mr. Hale's son had started from Los Angeles before his father's death and will be here for the funeral. Submitted by Jean and Faye. [THE MANSFIELD NEWS, Monday, December 11, 1911, Page 4]

Hale, Byron -- d. 12/26/1871 at Madison Twp.;  16y, 11m, 1d;  single;  b. Indiana;  farmer;  white;  cause - small pox;  res. Madison Township [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hale, Elizabeth -- Elizabeth, wife of Solomon Hale, born March 25th., 1838, died at her home in Jackson Township, Nov. 20th., 1894, aged 56 years, 7 months and 25 days.  The deceased came from Pennsylvania to Ohio with her parents when young.  In January, 1854, she united in marriage with Solomon Hale, and to them were born six children, one of whom preceded the mother.  She united with the Methodist Episcopal church at Plymouth, and in 1877 united with the Mt. Bethel Lutheran church.  Her funeral was largely attended, Rev. Elias A. Best delivering the funeral discourse.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  01 December 1894, Vol. LXXVII, No. 29]

Hale, Ellen A. (Williams) -- The subject of the appended sketch has many relatives and friends in Richland County:  "Ellen A. Williams was born in Lancaster, Ohio, January 25, 1836.  She came to Iowa with her father's family in 1856.  On the 28th. of May, 1857, she was married to Mr. William A. Hale, who now mourns the loss of a most excellent companion.  Every since that marriage her home has been in or near Vinton.  And here she has had many friends.  Though quiet in manner she was of an earnest and affectionate nature.  Strong in her convictions, ready in her sympathies.  In early life she gave her heart to the Lord in a consecration that never weakened.  For nearly twenty years she was an esteemed member of the Presbyterian church of Vinton.  For three or four years, Mrs. Hale was in failing health and suffered what would have crushed many an ordinary spirit.  But for the sake of her family she bore up with wonderful fortitude and cheerfulness.  Through all she was sustained by an unwavering faith in the promise and grace of God.  At last the sufferings came to an end and she fell asleep in the early morning of Friday, January 29th., 1892.  One daughter, Mrs. H.B. Boyle, of Mansfield, Ohio, and one son, Mr. Newton Hale, of Albert Lea, Minn., survive to cherish the memory of a loving and beloved mother.  The heart of her husband did safely trust in her Her children rise up and call her blessed."  -- Vinton (IA) Eagle.  [Richland (OH) Shield & Banner:  13 February 1892]

Hale, Frank

Hale, Harry -- Harry Hale died this afternoon at 1:30 as a result of an operation which was performed  on him some time ago for appendicitis.  He was 19 years old and leaves his mother, Mrs. Ora Hale, one bother, Samuel Hale, and a sister, Miss Myrtle Hale.  He is a cousin of deputy Treasurer Joseph Hale.  The funeral arrangements have not yet been made.  Submitted by anonymous.  (Mansfield News Oct 19, 1902)

Hale, Hugh -- Hugh Hale died at one o'clock Monday afternoon at his home northeast of the city, at the age of 60, from Bright's disease, from which he has suffered for about a year.  The funeral will take place Thursday at 2 p.m.  Interment at Windsor.  [Mansfield Herald:  18 December 1890, Vol. 41, No. 5]

Hale, Hugh -- Mr. Hugh Hale, whose sickness has heretofore been mentioned in this paper, died at one o'clock this afternoon at his home in the northeastern part of Madison Township.  He had been ailing for over a year with Bright's disease of the kidneys, but was confined to his bed only five days.  Mr. Hale was born 60 years ago last October on the old Hale farm in Mifflin Township, which was entered by his father in the early days of Richland county's history.  He leaves a family consisting of his wife and eight children, four of whom are married.  Mr. Hale was one of our best citizens and leaves many friends to mourn his death.  His genial ways and kind disposition made him a general favorite.  The funeral will take place Thursday at 2 p.m. from his late residence.  Interment in the Windsor Cemetery.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  20 December 1890, Vol. LXXIII, No. 31]

Hale, Hugh -- The funeral of Hugh Hale, Sr., took place from his residence three miles northeast of the city at 2 o'clock this afternoon, Rev. D.J. Meese, of this city, conducting the funeral services.  The remains were interred in the cemetery near Windsor, Auditor J.F. Seward, Recorder J.W. Weil, Judge A.J. Mack and N.M. Wofe acting as pall bearers.  There was a large attendance of friends and neighbors, who had gathered to pay a last tribute of respect to the deceased.  Mr. Hale had the respect and esteem of all who knew him and he will be greatly missed by the community in which he had lived so long.  Mr. Hale's daughter, Mrs. Burr Geddes, arrived in the city from Denver last night and attended the funeral.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  20 December 1890, Vol. LXXIII, No. 31]

Hale, John Simpson -- d. 2/2/1872 at Mifflin Twp.;  38y, 17d;  b. Ohio;  farmer;  married;  white;  cause = typhoid pneumonia;  res.  Mifflin Township  [Richland County Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hale, Lee Roy -- 69Y;  d. 8/12/1955;  bur. Windsor Cem.  [MNJ 8/14/1955]

Hale, Minnie -- PAVONIA -- Friday morning, April 28, Miss Minnie Hale, one of the most beautiful and most beloved characters that the community has ever known, passed away.  She had been ill since last January.  At first it was hoped the trouble would be nothing serious, but a few weeks ago the physicians pronounced the case to be one of tuberculosis of the throat and gave little hope of her recovery.  Since then her spirit gradually slipped from us until heaven gained at last the coveted jewel, a jewel that was far too precious for its earthly casket.  Rarely do we find in one so young such extreme piety, and Christ-likeness as was manifest in Miss Hale's life.  'Tis hard for us to see the providence that smiles behind so dark a cloud, yet we would not, if we could, call her back from that "mansion in the skies" which her spirit it seemed to be entering into even while she was saying good-bye to those she loved.  Her last words were not of earth.  She seemed to be calling back from the very gates of heaven.  The last sacred rites were performed at her home by her pastor, the Rev. F.I. Johnson, at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, whose theme was suggested by passages which she had marked in her "guide book".  A large concourse of friends followed the remains to their last resting place and sympathized with the grief stricken family in this, their sad bereavement.  [Mansfield News:  05 May 1899]  Misses Cora Nelson and Dessa Swanger attended the funeral of Minnie Hale at Old Windsor last Sunday.  [Mansfield News:  05 May 1899]

Hale, Mrs. W.A. -- Friday.  Mrs. W.A. Hale, mother of Mrs. H.B. Boyle, of this city, died at her home in Vinton, Iowa, this morning.  Mrs. Boyle arrived at that place today.  The deceased had many relatives in this county.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  06 February 1892]

Hale, Samuel

Hale, Samuel -- Samuel Hale, a well-known resident of Mifflin township, died quite suddenly last Wednesday evening at his home four miles east of this city.  On the Monday previous Mr. Hale had an attack of neuralgia of the heart which passed away with no serious result and at his time of retiring Wednesday evening, he was feeling in usual good health.  A few moments later, however, a second attack of the neuralgia seized him and his death resulted immediately.  The deceased was sixty-nine years of age.  The funeral took place Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock and the remains were interred in the Windsor cemetery.  [Ohio Liberal:  02 April 1884]

Hale, Samuel -- Friday.  Samuel Hale died last night at the home of his mother in Mifflin Township of consumption, at the age of 36 years.  The funeral will take place at 2 p.m. tomorrow, interment in the Windsor Cemetery.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  09 November 1889, Vol. LXXII, No. 25]

Hale, Solomon -- On Tuesday at 11 o'clock, the funeral of Solomon Hale, who died Sunday, after a short illness, was held at Mt. Bethel Church, Jackson Township.  The funeral was conducted by Rev. B.B. Uhl, of Mansfield, and interment was made in the new cemetery near the church.  Mr. Hale was born in York County, Pa., March 14, 1833 and had lived in Jackson Township ever since he was 20 years of age.  He was a veteran of the civil war, having served in the Sherman Brigade.  He has survived two wives, who have long since gone to their reward, and now he has been called to lay down his earthly armor, and quit the battles of this life, which he has bravely fought for so many years.  He has also survived one son, who died 20 years ago.  He leaves 2 sons, Lemuel Hale, of Plymouth, O., John Hale, of Lincoln, Ill. and three daughters, Mrs. Laslie Finicle, of Jackson township, Mrs. Ellen McConnel, of E. Freedom, Pa., Mrs. Sidney A.F. Leary and a step-daughter.  Mrs. Laville Hicox, both of Mansfield.  One sister survives the deceased, Mrs. Mary J. Greson, of Peola, Kansas, who alone is left with the surviving sons and daughters to continue the battles of life.  [Mansfield News:  19 February 1908]

Hale, Tracy -- Monday.  Tracy Hale, the 15-years-old son of John Hale, died at his father's residence in Windsor yesterday forenoon.  The boy about eight years ago, fell from a hay mow, striking on his head since which time he has been subject to attacks similar to epileptic fits.  These attacks it is stated, were very much like hydrophobia and created considerable alarm.  The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon.  Interment at Windsor.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  20 February 1892]

Haley, Patrick R. -- 90Y;  d. 2/14/1954 at Mansfield Gen. Hosp.;  former Shelby res.  [MNJ 2/15/1954]  

Halferty, Mary

Hall, ---- -- bur. 1/1888 at Mansfield Cem., still born  [Mansfield Herald:  31 January 1889]

Hall, ---- -- The five months' old son of Mr. & Mrs. J.B. Hall died Wednesday night of brain fever and will be buried today at 3 p.m., from the residence, 94 Marion Avenue.  [Mansfield Herald:  22 August 1889, Vol. 39, No. 40]

Hall, Adalade -- d. 6/23/1868 at Crestline;  1y, 9m, 22d;  b. Ohio;  white;  cause:  spasms;  res. Crestline  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hall, Charles P. -- Charles P. Hall, aged 63 years, died at his home in Mansfield, Friday morning, after a long illness.  Several years ago the deceased suffered a stroke of paralysis and has been an invalid ever since.  Funeral conducted from the home, Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.  --  [Bellville Messenger:  16 March 1906, Vol. 14, No. 7]

Hall, Charles R. -- 78Y;  d. 8/30/1955 at Crile Veteran's Hosp., Cleveland;  b. 12/11/1876 at Mansfield;  s/o J.B. Hall.  [MNJ 8/31/1955]

Hall, Clarence E. -- Clarence E. Hall, a number of years ago engaged in the furniture business here, and who went from here to Bellingham, Wash., died at his home in the above city Tuesday, Nov. 10th., from a complication of diseases.  About a year ago he fell and never fully recovered from his injuries.  --  [Plymouth Advertiser:  28 November 1914, Vol. 62, No. 2]

Hall, Elizabeth -- Comparatively few people of this city were aware yesterday of the horrible accident which occurred Sunday morning at the home of Dr. H.L. Hall, of North Mulberry Street, by which the Doctor's aged mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Hall, lost her life.  The accident which snuffed out a human life so suddenly was the old familiar one, that of the accidental catching fire of a woman's clothing.  The circumstances of the unfortunate occurrence, detailed to the SHIELD man by Dr. Hall, were as follows:  Shortly before church time the Doctor told his wife to go to church and that he would remain at home.  The only other inmate of the house at the time was his venerable mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Hall, who, although eighty-nine years of age, was yet in comparatively good health and sound in mind.  After the members of the family left for church the doctor remained talking to his mother a short time and at twenty-five minutes of 11 o'clock left her to attend to some duties in his office, which is a room on the north side of the same building, connected with the house by a door.  The doctor had not been in his office over five minutes when he heard cries proceeding from the other part of the house.  He rushed from his office through the sitting room and on opening the dining room door, a sight met his eyes which must have caused his blood to freeze in his veins.  Mrs. Hall was standing in the center of the room with her clothing on fire from the hips up.  The doctor sprang into an adjoining room and snatched up a quilt from a bed and threw it about the unfortunate woman, finally subduing the flames, but not before the cotton clothing, which she wore, had been almost entirely consumed and her head and body as low down as the hips burned in a fatal manner.  The hair was entirely burned off, while the flesh came off in spots.  In extinguishing the flames the doctor received terrible burns, not thinking of his own danger in his efforts to save his mother.  The hair was all singed off his head, while the top of the scalp was severely burned and his right hand also recevied severe burns, so that today he is a mass of cotton and bandages and will have to remain so for weeks, if nothing more dangerous results.  As soon as the flames were put out Dr. Hall ran for assistance to the home of M.D. Ward, who, together with his wife, responded and put out the flames which were scattered over the floors of three rooms in the house.  Milton Keiser, who happened to be passing in a buggy, assisted also in putting out the fire and thus prevented a conflagration.  Dr. J.W. Craig was sent for and dressed the injuries of mother and son.  A messenger was also sent to the United Presbyterian church to notify Mrs. Dr. Hall and Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Payne, who were attending regular service.  Mrs. Hall suffered the most intense agony and had to be put under the influence of opiates.  In her delirium she called constantly for her son.  The old lady was in the habit of standing in front of the kitchen stove and as the top door was found open it is surmised that her shawl accidentally communicated to her clothing.  Mrs. Hall lingered in great agony until a few minutes after 8 o'clock last night, when she expired, her death being caused by the shock and inhaling the flames.  She was 89 years of age and was the last of a family of 10 children, none of whom died under the age of 70 years.  She was a member of United Presbyterian church of this city and a constant reader of the Bible.  The funeral will take place from the residence of her son, No. 41 North Mulberry Street, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. F.B. Foster officiating.   [Richland Shield & Banner:  05 December 1891]

Hall, Harvey

Hall, J. Emmett

Hall, John  -- Monday.  John Hall, who lived east of the city, died of pneumonia Saturday afternoon, aged about 76 years.  The deceased has been an invalid for several years.  The funeral takes place tomorrow at 1 o'clock, interment at the Mansfield Cemetery.  Rev. Dr. H.L. Wiles will be the officiating clergyman.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  26 January 1889, Vol. LXXI, No. 36]

Hall, John R. -- Thursday.  John R. Hall, son of Dr. and Mrs. J.B. Hall, died last night of brain fever, aged five months.  The funeral will take place tomorrow at 3 p.m. from Dr. Hall's residence, No. 94 Marion Avenue.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  17 August 1889, Vol. LXXII, No. 13]

Hall, June -- Butler.  Miss June Hall, of Mansfield, daughter of W.B. Hall, well known to Butler people, died Saturday at Bellevue, where she had been visiting friends.  The funeral occurred to Mansfield Tuesday.  [Bellville Messenger:  21 September 1900]

Hall, Leo. -- Mansfield. Leo Edward Hall, 47, of 1254 Dillon Rd., died Friday evening in People’s Hospital following a two-month illness. He was born Dec. 26, 1924, in Carter County, Ky., and had lived here for the past 19 years. Mr. Hall was employed by the Mansfield Steel and Supply Co. Surviving are his wife, Mary B. Wade Hall; three sons, Edward, James, and Terry; four daughters, Mrs. Tommy (Evelyn) Mauk, Mrs. Donald (Lois) Dean, Miss Marta Hall and Miss Holly Hall, all of Mansfield; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Mary Fife of Cardington, and Mrs. Iona Ross of Mansfield; five grandchildren; his mother, Mrs. Lilly Hall of Mansfield; four brothers, John, Daniel, James and Jessie, and six sisters, Mrs. Harry (Meg) Owens, Mrs. Sarah Jane Brown, Mrs. Carl (Teal) Henderson and Mrs. Steve (Barbara) Esterling, all of Mansfield, Mrs. Lloyd (Violet) Jordan of Tiro and Mrs. Roy (Darlene) Rachel of Southgate, Mich. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at the Wappner Funeral Home. Submitted by Linda and Shirley. Typed by Terri McGrath. [Mansfield News Journal, February 26, 1972, pg 3]

Hall, Lester -- Lester Hall died Monday afternoon at 1:50 at his home, 214 N. Diamond Street, after an illness of four months with paralysis.  Mr. Hall was 52 years old and is survived by his wife and two daughters, Helene and Ester.  He had conducted a restaurant on N. Diamond St., and was quite well known.  The funeral will be announced later.  [Mansfield (OH) Daily Shield:  08 March 1909]

Hall, Lester -- The funeral services of Lester Hall who died yesterday afternoon at his home on North Diamond Street, will be held on Thursday morning at 8:30 at the St. Peter's Catholic church conducted by Father Schreiber.  [Mansfield (OH) Daily Shield:  09 March 1909]

Hall, Martha E. -- Died, at Duncannon, Perry County, Pa., on July 11th., 1876, Miss Martha E. Hall, sister of W.B. and Doc E. Hall, in the 25th. year of her age.  Her brothers from Shelby both attended her funeral on Sunday, July 16th.  Services were held at the Lutheran church;  funeral sermon by the M.E. Minister of which church she was a member.  [Shelby Independent News:  27 July 1876, Vol. 8, No. 40]

Hall, Martha V. -- Mrs. Martha V. Hall died at her home 111 North Mulberry Street, at 7 o'clock this morning, after an illness of four days.  Mrs. Hall was born in Juniata County, Pennsylvania, Sept. 10, 1840.  She leaves two daughters to mourn her loss, Mrs. James Payne and Mrs. Homer Eddy.  Funeral Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from her late residence, the Rev. Frank D. Findley officiating.  [Mansfield News:  02 August 1899]

Hall, Mary A. -- bur. 1/1888 at Mansfield Cem., child bed;  37y  [Mansfield Herald:  31 January 1889]

Hall, Mary L. -- Mrs. Mary L. Hall died Thursday evening at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. N. Patterson, 633 Marion Avenue. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Markley and was born at Fredericktown, June 23, 1845. She was educated at the Mansfield Seminary and at the age of 19 was married to Philip C. Hall, of Fredericktown. After a few years they moved to Cedar Falls, Ia., where they lived until the death of her husband six years ago. Since that time Mrs. Hall has made her home with a brother in Mexico and with Mrs. Patterson. She is survived by three brothers, J. E. E. Markley, of Mason City, Ia.; J. R. Markley, of Elmhurst, Ill.; H. H. Markley, of Mexico, three sisters, Mrs. George E. Eberhard, of Idaho; Mrs. S., J. Mervin, Cedar Falls and Mrs. J. N. Patterson of this city. Funeral Saturday morning at 10 o’clock at the Patterson home, burial at Cedar Falls. Submitted by Shirley and . Typed by Gay. [Mansfield News, Friday, 4/7/1911, p. 13]

Hall, Ralph -- Ralph Hall, 22, an employee of the Pennsylvania railroad company, was struck and almost instantly killed at 4:45 a.m. Sunday morning by a second section of passenger train No. 26 as he stood near the track waiting for the train to pass.  The accident occurred in the extreme east yards of the company.  He was carried to the yard office but died before medical aid could be summoned.  His neck was broken.  Niman's ambulance was called and the body was taken to their parlors to be prepared for burial.  The young man was employed as a yard man and worked during the night.  He was seen about the yards a few minutes before the accident occurred but no one witnessed the accident as far as could be learned.  It is supposed that a projecting rod on the engine struck the young man between the eyes.  Ralph Hall was the son of Mr. & Mrs. Seth Hall of 162 Sturges Avenue from which place funeral services, conducted by Rev. S.P. Long, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock.  Besides his parents he is survived by four brothers, and two sisters, George <<remainder of obituary missing from photocopy>>  [Mansfield Daily Shield:  16 December 1912]

Hall, Reuben -- bur. 10/24/1875 at Mansfield Cem.;  54y;  res. Crestline   [Richland Shield & Banner:  15 January 1876]

Hall, Robert -- Thursday.  'Squire Robert Hall died at his home in Franklin Township at 10 o'clock last night, at the age of 82 years.  The funeral will take place at Clay Lutheran Church, tomorrow, at 10 o'clock.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  09 February 1889, Vol. LXXI, No. 38]

Hall, Susan -- DIED -- HALL -- In Franklin Township on Monday Evening, December 12, 1870, Mrs. Susan Hall, wife of Robert Hall, Esq., aged about 62 years.  Mrs. Hall was an estimable lady, and her loss will be severely felt.  [Shelby Independent News:  22 December 1870, Vol. 3, No. 8]

Hall, Susan -- d. 9/12/1870 at Franklin Twp., dropsy;  61y, 2m, 10d;  b. Pennsylvania;  married;  d/o Jacob Hant (mother's name not listed);  res. Richland Co. [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]  *Father's surname difficult to read -- possibly Hunt or Hout.

Hallabrin, Frederick -- Frederick Hallibrin Is Called By Death, Was Well-Known Here - Frederick Hallibrin (Hallabrin), age 71 years, died Wednesday evening at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Brumenschenkel, 600 Marion Av. following an illness of several months. He was born Sept. 17, 1859 in Franzfeld, Hungary coming to this country 20 years ago arriving in Mansfield Feb. 14, 1910, where he has continued to make his home. He was married in June 1870 to Susannah Schoesller, who with four sons, Michael and Martin of Mansfield, Carl and Jacob of Detroit and two daughters, Mrs. Brumenschenkel of Mansfield and Mrs. John Pfeifer of Crestline survive. There is also one sister, Mrs. Barbara Oster of Europe and 33 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the Apostolic Christian Church Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Burial in charge of the Wappner funeral directors will be made in Mansfield cemetery. Friends are asked to omit flowers. Submitted by Suzie. [Mansfield News: 2 October 1930]

Halm, ---- -- bur. 5/14/1874 at Mansfield Cem.;  infant;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  09 January 1875]

Halter, John -- John Halter, of 100 West Fourth Street, died at 9:30 o'clock Saturday evening in his seventy-sixth year.  Dr. J.W. Craig, his attending physician, pronounces the cause of his death to be apoplexy.  --  [Mansfield Weekly News:  04 August 1887, Vol. 3, No. 36]

Hamblin, Ionia -- Saturday.  Ionia, the 2-years-old daughter of Ira Hamblin, residing on the corner of East Third and Foster streets, died last night after suffering only two days with the croup.  The funeral will be held from the residence at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, rev. H.L. Wiles officiating.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  06 February 1892]

Hamblin, James McHenry -- James McHenry Hamblin, born Sept. 27, 1849, departed this life Feb. 23, 1911. He was born in Knox county, near Mt. Vernon, O., and when but a small boy went with his parents to Bloomfield, Ind., where his boyhood days were spent. He was one of a family of six sons, the only surviving member being Alva Allen Hamblin, who resides at Liberty, Kan. About 1871 he came to Mansfield, where, with the exception of a few years spent in Kansas, he has made his home, his occupation being that of a plasterer, which work he continued until failing health compelled him to assume a less arduous occupation, and he established himself in the laundry business, which he continued until his death. Born of Christian parentage, his father, the Rev. Isaac Hamblin, was a Methodist minister, the influences of his Christian home remained with through life and he was known and recognized by those who knew hem best as a man of sterling, upright, Christian character, his correct ideas of right and wrong and his courage to adhere strictly to the right under the most trying circumstances was always an inspiration to hose intimately associated with him. He has been for over twenty years an earnest, active member of the First Methodist church of this city. In the year 1874 he was united in marriage to Elizabeth Elnora First, who departed this life in 1889. To this union were born three children, Guy, Alice and Howard. In 1889 he married Corda Cherry, who with his three children survives him. Funeral from the family residence, Saturday afternoon, Feb. 25, at 2 o'clock. Interment at Mansfield cemetery. Submitted by Jean and Faye. (Mansfield News, Friday, February 24, 1911)

Hamblin, Mrs. J.B. -- Mrs. J.B. Hamblin died Sunday afternoon and will be buried from her late residence south of the city today, Rev. Dr. H.L. Wiles officiating.  [Mansfield Herald:  11 July 1889, Vol. 39, No. 34]

Hamblin, Mrs. J.M. -- Monday.  Mrs. J.M. Hamblin died at the home of her husband south of the city yesterday afternoon.  The funeral will take place tomorrow from her late residence, Rev. H.L. Wiles officiating.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  13 July 1889, Vol. LXXII, No. 8]

Hamilton, Bell -- d. 6/??/1868 at Mifflin Twp.;  40y;  white;  cause:  consumption  [Richland County Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hamilton, Celia J. -- Died, February 25th., 1875, near Lexington, Ohio, Celia J., daughter of J.D. & J.C. Hamilton, aged twenty-five years and two months.  Though her entire life was one of suffering and deprivation, yet she was ever cheerful, patient and submissive to the will of her Heavenly Father, having made a public profession of her faith in Christ at an early age;  her short life was one of sweet communion with her God, and as she drew near the shores of immortality, through the confidence she had in the Lord Jesus Christ as her Saviour, she could say, tell them I have gone home to glory.  <<verse omitted>>  [Richland Shield & Banner:  06 March 1875]

Hamilton, Charles D.  - Charles D. Hamilton, aged 63 years, died last evening about 9 o'clock, at his home in East Mansfield, following an illness of four weeks. Death was due to a complication of diseases. Mr. Hamilton is survived by his wife. He was a member of the I. O. O. F., K. of P. and B. of L. E. lodges, all of Springfield. The funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. J. E. McCall in the United Presbyterian church of East Mansfield Thursday afternoon at 4"30. The body will be taken to Springfield for burial Friday morning.  Submitted by Jean and Faye.  [The Mansfield News, Wednesday, September 19, 1917]

Hamilton, Frank -- Bellville.  Frank Hamilton died at his home in Edenville on Friday, November 24th.  His remains were brought to this place on Saturday evening and taken to the home of his father, Samuel Hamilton, four miles south of the village.  The funeral took place at 11 a.m. on Monday from the Universalist Church;  Interment in Bellville Cemetery.  Mr. Hamilton had been an invalid for many months.  His age was 39 years.  He leaves a wife and one child.  Jacob Hamilton and family, of Mansfield, attended the funeral of his nephew, Frank Hamilton, on Monday.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  02 December 1893, Vol. LXXVI, No. 28]

Hamilton, Frank -- The fatal Amsbaugh grade crossing near Lucas has added another name to its long list of victims, Frank Hamilton being the last to lose his life at this dangerous point, Saturday evening about 6:30 or 7 o'clock.  Hamilton was a farmhand, 23 years old, and in the employ of Willard Milligan, of near Lucas.  Saturday afternoon, the young man came to Lucas where he remained during the afternoon.  About 5:30 or 6 o'clock, Hamilton went into the store kept by Mrs. Fox, where he bought some peanut candy.  Seeing a west bound freight coming, the young man said "There comes a slow freight and I'm going to board it."  Mrs. Fox paid no attention to the remark as so many people whoo come into the store talk of jumping freights.  She did not notice whether Hamilton went toward the railroad or not but two other women, Mrs. Mowery and Mrs. Brown, later saw him run and get onto the freight, presumably to get a free ride to theis city.  That was the last seen of Hamilton until be was brought back to Lucas Sunday morning by a freight crew.  The engineer saw the body of a man lying between the two main tracks about three miles from Lucas, near the Amsbaugh crossing.  The head was crushed like an egg shell as if two cars had come together on it.  It is not known, and perhaps never will be, just how the unfortunate <<consult microfilm for remainder of article>>.  [Mansfield (OH) Daily Shield:  08 February 1909]

Hamilton, Hannibal Van Buren -- Bellville.  The funeral services of Hannibal Hamilton were held in the Disciple church Sunday at 2 o'clock.  The Rev. W.S. Morgan conducted the funeral.  His remains were deposited in the vault until Monday when both he and his father, Jacob Hamilton, who died in Mansfield.  Saturday afternoon, were laid to rest side by side, in the Bellville Cemetery.  [Semi-Weekly News:  09 March 1897, Vol. 13, No. 20]

Hamilton, Hannibal Van Buren -- Doubly Afflicted.  When death calls a loved one the burden of grief if heavy;  but when two are taken away from the family at nearly the same time it is doubly hard to bear.  Hannibal Van Buren Hamilton was born February 8, 1855, died at his home near Palmyra on March 5, 1897, aged 42 years and 28 days.  The deceased who had suffered with pneumonia for several weeks suddenly became worse, Friday, and in a short time his spirit passed through the fair portals of glory to the God who gave it.  He was highly esteemed by all who knew him as a true husband, a kind and loving father and a noble Christian man.  His sacred bond of marriage was blessed with five children, three of whom are living and with their broken-hearted mother and a host of friends are bowed in grief ___ this absent one.  Jacob Hamilton was born near this place in 1830 and died at his home in Mansfield where he has resided for the past six years, after a short sickness on March 6, 1897, in his 67th. year.  He was married in 1852 to Miss Elizabeth Holland and six children were born to them, five of whom survive and were in attendance at the funeral to witness the last sad rites of their loving father.  Both funerals took place from the Christian church of this place, that of the son at 11 a.m. Sunday, and of the father at 11 a.m. Monday.  Rev. Wilbur S. Morgan officiated at both services, interments in Beulah Cemetery.  The grief-stricken relatives cannot yet see why God has bereft them of those they needed so much, but surely He who is all wise knows best and the loved ones safe in the Father's mansion will be the guardian Angels of those left on earth.  [Bellville Messenger:  11 March 1897]

Hamilton, Hanson -- d. 12/8/1871 at Washington Twp.;  82y, 8m;  b. Pennsylvania;  farmer;  mother = Fanny Carr;  white;  cause - lung congestion;  res. Washington Township  [Richland County Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hamilton, Howard

Hamilton, Jacob -- *see obituary for Hannibal Van Buren Hamilton above.

Hamilton, Jacob -- Jacob Hamilton died at his home on East First Street, Saturday afternoon.  Mr. Hamilton had several teeth extracted Feb. 23  and it is supposed that the medicine injected into his gums produced blood poison in the under jaw from which he had extracted a root previous to his visit at the dentist's.  He had been an employee of the S.N. Ford Lumber Company for several years.  [Semi-Weekly News:  09 March 1897, Vol. 13, No. 20]

Hamilton, Jacob -- The funeral ser vices of Jacob Hamilton occurred Monday at his late home on East First Street and were conducted by the Rev. Dr. H.L. Wiles.  The body was taken at 10:24 o'clock to Bellville for interment.  The employees of S.N. Ford & Co.'s lumber mill attended in a body and accompanied the funeral party to the depot.  The pall bearers were:  Elias Irwin, Peter Shoup, Daniel Harter, George Eich, William Oberlin and D.H. Stoner.  Hannibal Hamilton, son of the deceased, who died at Palmyra, Friday, was also buried at Bellville Monday.  [Semi-Weekly News:  09 March 1897, Vol. 13, No. 20]

Hamilton, James Harvey

Hamilton, John -- Bellville.  John Hamilton, one of the oldest and most respected residents of this vicinity died suddenly at his home on Tuesday morning.  He had complained of an unpleasant sensation in his breast, but, feeling relieved, had started out to oversee some work.  An hour later his son came in from the field, and, as his father had not been to the work, he started to look for him.  He found him lying on the ground near the barn.  He raised him up and found that he was just expiring.  Mr. Hamilton was 85 years of age.  He has enjoyed good health and has led an active and useful life.  The funeral took place on Thursday at 2 p.m. from his late home.  Services conducted by Rev. Caldwell.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  23 April 1892, Vol. XXIV, No. 48]

Hamilton, John -- Wednesday.  John Hamilton, an old and respected farmer of Jefferson Township, died very suddenly at his home yesterday.  Mr. Hamilton had been in his usual health until about 24 hours previous to his death.  Consequently his sudden demise is quite a surprise to his neighbors and many friends.  He leaves a wife and a large family of grown children.  The deceased was a life-long Democrat.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  23 April 1892] 

Hamilton, John Mahlon -- John Mahlon Hamilton, aged 63, passed away Sunday Dec. 3, 1939 at the Mansfield General Hospital following an illness of several weeks.  His wife, Daisy (Oyster) Hamilton, preceded him in death two yeas ago this month.  The deceased was the son of Addison and Elmina Hamilton and was born in the vicinity of Bellville in 1876.  Mr. Hamilton was a farmer and railroader by occupation and lived his entire life in this community.  Survivors include four sons, John, Harvey, William and Howard, all of Bellville;  two daughters, Mildred Hamilton, of Mansfield and Mrs. Grizelie Kirkpatrick of Butler;  six grandsons;  one granddaughter;  a sister, Mrs. Dora Potts of Mansfield, and a brother, Howard Hamilton, of Bellville.  Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Joseph O'Morrow, pastor of the Lutheran church, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the A.A. Shafer funeral home.  Interment was made in the Bellville Cemetery.  [Bellville Star:  07 December 1939]

Hamilton, Joseph -- Joseph Hamilton died Sunday at his home, 274 S. Adams Street of a complication of diseases.  He was born in 1838.  He is survived by his wife, two brothers Alexander, of this city, and John of California, two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Snider and Mrs. Rebecca Shupp of this city.  The funeral will be Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the First Lutheran <<remainder of photocopy missing>>  [Mansfield Daily Shield:  14 March 1910]

Hamilton, Mary E. -- DIED -- Near Lexington, Richland Co., Ohio, on Thursday, May 15th., 1873, MARY E. HAMILTON, aged about 17 years.  Miss Hamilton was the daughter of James Hamilton.  Her untimely death was caused by a large tumor growing in the region of the stomach.  It had been growing for some time but gave her apparently little trouble, and up to the day before her death she was able to go about the house and do little turns in her usual way.  She looked apparently healthy.  The tumor grew to a large size and it was found necessary to remove it.  Accordingly on Tuesday May 13th., Dr. Dunlap of Springfield, Ohio, removed it, and the weight was found to be about 24 lbs.  She lived from Tuesday noon to Thursday morning.  She was a young lady much respected and beloved by those who knew her.  She bore her suffering with great resignation and Christian fortitude.  At an examination of the scholars of the Lexington Sunday School, as to their knowledge of the shorter catechism, she was one of the two that could repeat all the answers.  Since the above was in type, we have received the following:  Thirteen months before her death, she was received into the communion of the church, on profession of her faith in Christ;  and from that time till she passed through the dark valley, we believe she lived a consistent Christian life.  Her course on earth was soon terminated;  and when leaving us, she had to endure peculiar trials;  but, though conquering grace, she left good testimony, that with her, all is well.  [BELLVILLE DOLLAR WEEKLY:  30 May 1873, Vol. 2, No. 13]

Hamilton, Mary Ellen -- d. at home, Garden City, Long Island, NY;  bur.  at Bellville;  b. 12/20/1851;  d/o Jacob & Hannah (Swank) Crumrine.  [source paper unknown:  date approx. 12/10/1932]

Hamilton, Mrs. Alex (nee Shadle) -- Washington.  The grocery was closed Monday afternoon on account of the funeral of Mrs. Alex Hamilton, of Van Wert County, who died at the residence of her father, Mr. William Shadle.  The deceased was interred in the Mansfield Cemetery.  The funeral was attended by William Shoup and family.  [Mansfield Weekly News:  21 July 1887, Vol. 3, No. 34]

Hamilton, Olive -- d. 10/3/1871 at Jefferson Twp.;  19y, 1m, 12d;  b. York Co., Pennsylvania;  single;  d/o Samuel & Susan (Holland) Hamilton;  white;  cause of death = liver complaint;  res. Jefferson Twp. [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hamilton, Robert C. -- Resolutions of respect were published by the Shiloh Schools, for which district the deceased was formerly superintendent.  [Ohio Liberal:  15 October 1879]

Hamilton, Samuel -- d. 5/??/1869 at Jefferson Twp.;  3y, 3m, 5d;  b. Jefferson Twp.;  no cause listed  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hamilton, Sarah -- d. 10/1/1867 at Mansfield;  52y, 8m;  b. Cumberland Co., Pa.;  white;  cause:  asthma;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hamilton, Sarah -- Lexington.  "Mother" Hamilton died on Saturday at 6 a.m. and the remains were interred in Lexington Cemetery, Monday afternoon.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  01 June 1889, Vol. LXXII, No. 2]

Hamilton, Sarah -- Died -- Near Lexington, O., May 24, 1889.  Mrs. Sarah Hamilton was born in Washington County, Penn., March 4, 1796, was married to H. Hamilton in the spring of 1819.  Two weeks after leaving the home of her childhood, she came with her husband to what was then the wilds of western Ohio, settling in the unbroken forest of Jackson Township, then Wayne County.  Mother Hamilton was a zealous Christian, ever faithful to the covenant promises, serving and honoring the Savior.  Being an early settler of a new country, she experienced many hardships at which most, if not all, would now shrink;  often riding on horse-back, carrying a child to Wooster, 15 miles distant, both to church and to market.  Mrs. Hamilton was the mother of seven daughters and three sons.  Three daughters and the sons survive her to mourn the absence of a dear mother, the husband and four daughters having preceded her by death.  The last 24 years of her life were spent near Lexington on a farm with her two youngest daughters.  In the early morning the long-waited-for and welcome voice was heard to say "I come".  Crowned with near five score years, her mind remained unclouded to the last.  Embalmed in hearts who mourn her death, she walked with God.  She now rests in the sleep of a beloved.  The loving shepherd stands with loving heart and outstretched arms to receive her into his sheltering fold, to be made a pillar in the temple of her God.  It was one of the oases in this life to meet as sons and daughters at the dear old home where we oft received a mother's blessing, but will meet no more until we meet in that home on high.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  15 June 1889, Vol. LXXII, No. 4]

Hamilton, Sarah -- Bellville.  Mrs. Sarah Hamilton died at the the residence of her son, Samuel, Saturday evening last, in her 83rd. year, and the burial took place Monday.  Sermon by Rev. H.L. Canfield, at the church.  --  [Bellville Star:  31 May 1883, Vol. 6, No. 35]

Hamilton, Steward -- Steward Hamilton, who has been living in Shelby for some time, but who was at the home of Isaac Touby, three miles southeast of Little Washington, doing some work, died about 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon.  Mr. Hamilton was a member of the Masonic lodge of Warren, Pa., and leaves a wife.  Funeral services at J.A. Niman's undertaking establishment on Main Street, Sunday morning at 9 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. Dr. Gould.  [Mansfield News:  23 August 1901, Vol. 17, No. 148]

Hamilton, Williard  -- Bellville.  Williard Hamilton died at his home on the park on Wednesday morning at 6 o'clock, of typhoid fever, aged 28 years.  The funeral takes place to-day (Thursday) at 10 o'clock.  Services conducted by the Rev. Austin Philpot.  Mr. Hamilton was a fine cornetist and has traveled as band and orchestra leader for several years, having returned only a few weeks since from an extended tour through the south.  --  [Mansfield Weekly News:  15 December 1887, Vol. 4, No. 5]

Hamilton, Zella -- Bellville.  Zella, a two-year-old daughter of Frank and Mary Hamilton, died the night of the 25th. ult., and was buried Friday evening.  Funeral services by Rev. B.O. Squier at the Universalist church.  The child died from injuries received by falling backward into a pail of boiling water.  --  [Bellville Star:  02 July 1885, Vol. 8, No. 40]

Hamlin, Jessie W. -- d. 7/9/1869 at Mansfield;  1y, 9m, 17d;  b. Ohio  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hamlin, Minnie -- 74Y;  d. 1/18/1952 at Crestline Emerg. Hosp.;  b. 1877 at Lorain Co., OH;  mem. Weymouth Comm. Church at Medina;  bur. at Medina  [MNJ: 19 January 1952]

Hamm, Mary Amelia -- d. 12/12/1955 at Mansfield Gen. Hosp.;  b. at Loudonville;  d/o Nicholas & Caroline (Derrenberger) Hamm;  bur. Mansfield Cem.  [MNJ 12/13/1955]

Hamm, Ruby - Submitted by Shirley.  [Mansfield News Journal:  08 November 1982, p. 7A]

Hamman, Donna A. -- 43, of Shiloh, RD 2, died yesterday in Shelby Memorial Hospital.  She had been ill.  She was born in Shiloh and had lived there all her life.  She is a member of Angelus Chapter 322, Order of Eastern Star, and for the past five years was secretary at Plymouth High School.  Survivors: husband, Roscoe; three daughters, Linda Kay, Sharon Gay and Beth Ann, all at home; parents, Mr. And Mrs. Floyd Russell of Shiloh; two brothers, Leo of Shiloh and Harold in Georgia; and sister, Mrs. Greta Stroup of Shelby.  Services: 2 p.m. Wednesday in the McQuate Funeral Home, Plymouth, with Rev. Ed. Stipe officiating, Burial in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Shiloh.  Friends call today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. in the funeral home.  Submitted by Terry W.  [unknown newspaper:  29 March 1966]

Hamman, George -- d. 11/21/1871 at Worthington Twp.;  married;  91y, 3m, 11d;  b. Virginia;  farmer;  white;  cause of death - old age;  res. Worthington Township  [Richland County Probate Court Record of Deaths]  *a note in the final column of this record reads "one of the pioneers"

Hamman, Grover B. -- Funeral services were held here Tuesday afternoon for Grover B. Hamman, 77, of 2308 McKinley Ave., Lakewood, who died suddenly at his home last Saturday.  Mr. Hamman was born in Crawford Co., but had lived in the Shiloh area for several years.  He had taught in Richland Co. area schools and in Cleveland for 50 years.  The services were held at Myers Funeral Home with Rev. Stanley Robinson officiating. Burial was in Mt. Hope Cemetery. Shiloh.  Mr. Hamman is survived by his wife, Byrle; one son, Dean of Shiloh; a granddaughter; and one brother, Otho, in Florida.  Submitted by Terry W.  [unknown newspaper:  early June 1965]

Hamman, Lydia M. (Noble) -- 65, of Shiloh, RD 1, yesterday in her home, following a heart attack. She was a member of the Shiloh Methodist Church.  Survivors: husband, Lyle; daughter, Mrs. Doris Richards of Willard; sons, Jesse Wayne and Robert, both of Shiloh; sisters, Mrs. Merton Benedict of Shiloh and Mrs. Neal Shepherd of Shelby; brothers, John Noble of Mansfield and Reed Noble of Galion; and nine grandchildren.  Arrangements by the Myers Funeral Home, Greenwich, are incomplete. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 tonight.  Submitted by Terry W.  [Mansfield News Journal:  30 April 1965]

Hamman, Mamie E. - Shiloh - A lifelong resident of Richland County, Mrs. Mamie E. Hamman, 76, died at her home, two miles southeast of Shiloh, yesterday afternoon. Surviving are her husband, Boyd C.; two sons, Lysle S., and Donald H., both of Shiloh; eight grandchildren; and nine great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the McQuade Funeral Home with Rev. T. M. Sheesley of the Shiloh Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in the Mt. Hope Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home beginning this evening. Submitted by Linda & Shirley. Typed by Bev Craig. ( 21 August 1955, Mansfield News Journal, Pg. 3)

Hamman, Mrs. A. Dewey -- Mrs. A. Dewey Hamman, 53, died suddenly of a heart attack at her home in Route 603 Tuesday night.  A long time resident of Bloominggrove township, Mrs. Hamman was born Florence Hopkins.  She was an active member of the Shiloh community, a member of the Methodist church, Angelus chapter 332, Order of Eastern Star, Shiloh Grange, and Rome Country club.  She is survived by her husband; two daughters, Carolyn Faye and Mrs. Charles Bly of Ganges; and 4 sons, Eugene, Larry Dean, Gerald Lee and Arthur; two sisters; Miss Artie Hopkins, Shelby, and Miss Helen Hopkins, Cleveland; one brother, Lawrence, Clark Lake Mich., and five grandchildren.  Last rite will be conducted by her pastor, the Rev. Thomas S. Taylor, from Shiloh Methodist church Friday at 2 p.m.  Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery, Shiloh.  Mourners will be received by the family at the McQuate Funeral home in Shiloh beginning this afternoon.  Submitted by Terry W.  [Shelby Daily Globe:  23 April 1959]

Hammell, Mabel M. -- d. 6/15/1952 at Nunda Hosp.;  b. 3/20/1878 at Mt. Morris, NY;  mem. Presbyterian ch.;  bur. Oakwood Cem., Nunda, OH  [MNJ 6/17/1952]

Hammeril, Elsie -- Tuesday.  Mrs. Elsie Hammeril, aged 50 years, died at her home on Pleasant Avenue at 6 o'clock yesterday morning from an attack of pneumonia.  The funeral will be held from the Reformed Presbyterian Church at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  30 December 1893, Vol. LXXVI, No. 32]

Hammerle, Fred --  Fred Hammerle was struck and killed by a train on the Pennsylvania railroad near the water works reservoir Saturday evening.  The victim was found lying dead between the east and west bound tracks not far from the second band car house.  At first it was not known who the man was, but later the body was identified by Michael Masline and others as that of Fred Hammerle, a German, about 60 years of age, who has been employed on the Suter farm near Spring Mills.  Hammerle was undoubtedly on his way there when he met his death.  He has also worked from time to time in this city.  The body was first noticed by Charles Dell, fireman of T., W.V. & O., local freight 414, and Dell remarked to Engineer Allen:  "I believe that is a man lying over there between the tracks."  The flagman of the local went back and found the body, when he went to flag main line No. 20, which was following the local.  Local 414 Conductor Thomas Kanary, on arriving here at 6:30 o'clock reported that a dead man had been found.  Members of the P.E. yard crew and railroad employees accompanied by Depot Officer Madden and P.F. Officer Rapp, at once went on a shifter to the scene of the accident and brought the body back with them.  The back part of the victim's skull was crushed, but aside from a few bruises there were not other cuts.  Death must have been instantaneous.  The body was taken to the Pennsylvania baggage room and Coroner Baughman was sent for and viewed the body.  Officer Madden recognized the victim as being a man who had been working at Spring Mills and had resided in this city.  Persons who were known to have been acquainted with the man were notified to see if they could identify the body.  After the coroner had viewed the remains the body was removed to the undertaking establishment of H.H. Beelman, on North Main Street.  Here friends of the unfortunate man identified the body.  On his person were found 30 cents and a flask partially filled with liquor and he also had an umbrella with him.  He has several daughters and a son.  A married daughter, Mrs. Ferdinand Schettler, resides at 34 Prospect Alley and another daughter, Edith Hammerle, also resides there.  It is stated that the son, Fritz, resides in California.  H.H. Beelman went to the home of Mrs. Schettler Saturday evening to inform her of her father's death.  Coroner Baughman will conduct the inquest today at 9 o'clock and will likely finish it Monday.  [picture available]  --  [Mansfield Semi-Weekly News:  27 September 1898, Vol. 14, No. 80]

Hammet, Jessie F. -- d. 3/1885, inflammation of the brain;  4y, 7m, 23d;  bur. Mansfield Cem.  [Mansfield Herald:  07 January 1886]

Hammett, Bernice -- Bernice, infant daughter of Mr. & Mrs. F.M. Hammett, died Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home of her parents, two miles east of the city, of cholera infantum.  She was 1 year and 9 months old.  --  [Mansfield Semi-Weekly News:  23 August 1898, Vol. 14, No. 70]

Hammett, Daisy -- Thursday.  Daisy Hammett, aged 15 years, daughter of Frank Hammett and wife, died at the residence of her grandparents, J.M. Swigart and wife, of Washington Township, this morning.  The deceased had suffered with ulcerations of the bowels for several weeks.  The funeral will be held Saturday afternoon.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  25 November 1893, Vol. LXXVI, No. 27]

Hammett, Eliza -- Mrs. Eliza Hammett, aged 77 years, died Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W.D. Johns, one mile east of the city on the Park Avenue east road.  Mrs. Hammett is the mother of 10 children, all of whom are living.  Funeral services conducted by the Rev. J.E. Lynn at Cicero Church, Wednesday, at 1:30 p.m., the friends meting at the residence at noon.  [Semi-Weekly News:  17 December 1897, Vol. 13, No. 101]

Hammett, Eliza -- Hickory Hall.  Died, Monday, Dec. 20, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William Johns, Grandmother Hammett.  Burial in the Cicero cemetery.  [Semi-Weekly News:  24 December 1897, Vol. 13, No. 103]

Hammett, Mrs. John (nee Hull) -- Washington.  The funeral of Mrs. John Hammett, of Madison Twp., took place at Caesarea last Sunday.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  04 August 1894, Vol. LXXVII, No. 12]

Hammett, Mrs. John (nee Hull) -- As was mentioned in yesterday's Shield, Mrs. John Hammett died at her home, south of the city, at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon.  The cause of Mrs. Hammmett's death was somewhat peculiar.  Several days ago she was stung by a bee, which later developed into blood poisoning, which resulted in her death.  Mrs. Hammett was 41 years of age.  She was the daughter of John Hull and wife.  She leaves a husband and two grown children to mourn her death.  The funeral will be held from the Caesarea church, in Washington Twp., at 3 o'clock this afternoon.  Rev. T.R. Hodkinson, pastor of the Disciple church, of which Mrs. Hammett was a member, will officiate.  Interment at Caesarea cemetery.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  04 August 1894, Vol. LXXVII, No. 12]
 

Hammett, Phyllis G. -Mrs. Phyllis G. Hammett, wife of Charles A. Hammett, died Monday night at 10 o’clock at her home in East Mansfield at the age of 22 years, after an illness of several weeks.  She is survived by her husband and three children, two daughters and a son, also her father, O. W. Taylor, two brothers, Garnett and Chester and one sister, Miss Rhea Taylor, all residing in Mt. Carmel, Ill.  Her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Taylor, reside in this city.  The deceased was a member of the Mayflower church.  Funeral Thursday morning at 10 o’clock from the home, conducted by the Rev. Mr. Smith.  Submitted by Jean and Faye.  [The Mansfield News:  Tuesday, March 8, 1910]

Hammett, William B. -- DIED -- At the residence of his son in Washington twp., on the 9th. inst., of Strangulated Hernia, Mr. WM. B. HAMMETT, Senr., in the 79th. year of his age.  The deceased was a native of the State of Maryland, but in 1814 removed to Pennsylvania, where he resided until May last, when he came to reside with his son in this county.  He was at the time of his death in full communion with the Church of Christ, to which he became attached about 20 years ago, and in which he was a useful and worthy member, and notwithstanding his suffering was most excruciating, he endured it, for thirty-one days, with Christian resignations, and his only anxiety was to depart and be with Christ.  He was an affectionate husband, and indulgent and kind father, a good neighbor, and beloved by all who knew him.  He has left five children to lament his loss, but their loss is his gain ----.  [Richland County Democrat:  28 September 1850, Vol. 1, No. 24]

Hammett, Zelma -- Zelma, a ten-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Hammett, who live two miles east of the city on the Wooster road;  died of spinal disease on Tuesday morning.  The funeral took place this afternoon at 2 o'clock.  [Ohio Liberal:  18 June 1884, Vol. 13, No. 10]

Hammon, George E.

Hammon, Henry -- DIED, At his residence in Shiloh, Oct. 12, 1885, of consumption of the lungs, Mr. Henry Hammon, aged 63 years, 7 months and 25 days.  --  [Mansfield Herald:  22 October 1885, Vol. 35, No. 49]

Hammon, Rachel -- Mrs. Rachel Hammon, aged 86 years, 5 months and 15 days, died Monday evening after a short illness with dropsy and a complication of diseases incident to old age. The funeral was conducted from the home of her son, G. H. Hammon, east of town, Wednesday at 10 a.m., conducted by the Rev. W. Wauderson, of Wooster. Interment was made in the Bunker HIll cemetery by the side of her husband, Thomas Hammon, who died several years ago. Deceased was born in Westmoreland county, Pa., in 1824 and came to Ohio at an early age. She was united in marriage to Thomas Hammon, now deceased. Four children survive the death of the aged mother, J. M. and G. H Hammon, Mrs. D. L. Calhoon and Mrs. A. M. Dunmire, of North Liberty. [The Mansfield News, Page 9: Thursday, May 19, 1910]

Hammon, Sarah E. -- Died, at Lockport, Williams Co., Ohio, on Monday, September 8th., 1873, Mrs. Sarah E., wife of Wm. B. Hammon, formerly of Shelby, aged about 27 years.  She leaves a husband and two small children.  [Shelby Independent News:  18 September 1873, Vol. 5, No. 47]

Hammon, Thomas -- Butler.  Thomas Hammon, aged 77 years, the largest real estate owner in southern Richland County, is dead from the effects of a paralytic stroke.  He possesses (sic.) at one time real estate to the extent of 1,000 acres, all of which was valuable farming land valued at about $60,000.  [Mansfield News:  30 August 1899]

Hammond, ---- -- Shelby.  The infant child of C.D. Hammond died Tuesday morning.  The funeral was held at 2 p.m. Thursday, with interment at Rome.  [Semi-Weekly News:  03 September 1897, Vol. 13, No. 71]

Hammond, George -- We learn from Mr. S.E. Wise, P.M., at Springmills, that Mr. Geo. Hammond died recently, in Worthington Township, at the advanced age of 98 years.  He emigrated from Rockingham County, Virginia in 1825, purchased the 160 acres a mile west of Independence, for $500 -- cleared it up, and finally sold it for $10,000.  It was thought he was the oldest citizen of the county -- but there is a Mr. Plank residing west of Plymouth, whose age exceeds Mr. Hammond's.  We had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Hammond upon our last visit to Independence.  He was exceedingly sociable.  He bore the reputation all his life of being an honest, upright man in all his dealings.  [Shelby Independent News:  21 March 1872, Vol. 4, No. 21]

Hammond, Mrs. George -- Monday.  The remains of Mrs. Geo. Hammond, of Independence, well known in this city, were interred Saturday.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  09 January 1892]

Hammond, William R.

Hanan, Rolla  -- Rolla Hanan, eight-year-old son of Lane Hanan, who lives six miles north of the city, died Saturday evening.  --  [Semi-Weekly News (Mansfield):  26 April 1898, Vol. 14, No. 33]

Hanawalt, Christian -- d. 11/27/1868 at Mansfield;  4y;  b. Ottawa, Ohio;  white;  no cause of death listed;  res. Mansfield  [Richland County Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hanawalt, Jacob -- d. 6/19/1871 at Perry Twp.;  single;  44y, 5m, 1d;  b. Maryland;  miller;  white;  cause of death = old age;  res. Perry Township  [Richland County Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hanawalt, John -- John Hanawalt, of Perry Township, died the 9th. inst., aged upwards of 80 years, and was buried Friday, at the Salem Lutheran Church, Rev. J.W. Kapp conducting the funeral rites.  Mr. H. was a man much admired for his social qualities, and had a great many friends.  His funeral was one of the largest.  He was born in Baltimore, Md., 1803, went to Virginia, afterwards to Pennsylvania, removed to near Galion, O., in 1831, and settled on the farm on which he died in 1833.  He was married to Susan Klinefelter in York Co., Pa., to whom were born seven children.  Deceased filled township offices for some years.  He was a charter member of Richland Grange, and none there was more faithful than he in working for the good of the order.  As evidence of his zeal it may be mentioned that he built an addition to his house, and arranged the second story for a hall at his own expense, to be used as a grange hall.  --  [Bellville Star:  17 April 1884, Vol. 7, No. 29]

Hanawalt, Susan -- Mrs. Susan Hanawalt, widow of the late Louis Hanawalt, died Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at her home, 105 South Main Street.  Heart trouble is the supposed cause of death.  The deceased was about 63 years old.  She leaves four sisters, Mrs. J.A. Hamilton, of Orrville;  Mrs. Barbara E. Mertel, of Shreve, O.;  Mrs. Mary Shamp, of Wooster; and Mrs. Hattie Gebhart, of Ellsworth, Kas., and two brothers, John Silver, of Chicago, and George Silver, of Ellsworth, Kas.  Mrs. Wm. Winters and Mrs. Abraham Miller, of this city, and Mrs. Levi Heiple, of Bellville, are sisters-in-law of the deceased.  The funeral service was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Anson Smith, 17 Hedges Street, conducted by the Rev. O.D. Baltzly and interment was made in the Mansfield Cemetery.  The following relatives arrived here this morning for the funeral:  James Shamp and the Misses Maud and Mabel Shamp, of Wooster, and Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Hamilton and daughter, Miss Georgia Hamilton, of Orrville.  --  [Bellville Messenger:  28 July 1905, Vol. 13, No. 26 from Monday's SHIELD]

Hancock, Ellen E. -- bur. 3/1/1876 at Mansfield Cem.;  5m, 2d;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  13 January 1877]

Hancock, Winnie -- Tuesday.  Winnie Hancock, the 10-years-old son of R.G. Hancock, of West Fourth Street, died this morning of diphtheria.  The funeral was held this afternoon at 4 o'clock, Rev. Jos. Fletcher officiating.  This is the second child Mr. & Mrs. Hancock have lost by this disease within the last two weeks and their friends sympathize with them in their bereavement.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  14 November 1891]

Hand, Alfred Chapman -- Wednesday.  The funeral service of the late Rev. Alfred C. Hand at the residence of Mrs. Mary D. Avery, on Park Avenue West, this afternoon, was largely attended.  The floral offerings were a fine tribute to the many high Christian attributes of the deceased and tokens of the deep sympathy for those so severely afflicted.   [Richland Shield & Banner: 19 March 1892]

Hand, Alfred Chapman -- Rev. Alfred Chapman Hand died at the residence of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Mary D. Avery, on Park Avenue West, about noon yesterday.  Rev. Hand's death was very unexpected and it is a severe shock to his family, relatives and many friends.  For several years he has been suffering from Bright's disease, but for some months he has felt much better and was greatly improved in health.  Several days ago he contracted la grippe and remained in his bed as a precaution against a relapse.  Saturday night he complained of a pain in his lungs and a physician was called who pronounced the ailment neuralgia.  The physician remained with the patient until 4 o'clock yesterday morning, when Rev. Hand said he felt much better.  At 5 o'clock, however, the patient became worse and suddenly passed into unconsciousness, remaining so until his death some hours later.  The physician who attended him attributes his death to a congestion of the lungs.  The funeral will be held at 3 o'clock, Wednesday afternoon, at the residence, Revs. Hubbell and Meese, assisted by others of the local clergy, officiating.  Interment private.  Rev. Hand was born in Honesdane, Pa., in June 1859.  He graduated at Yale and afterwards took a thorough theological course in Union College, New York City.  He was ordained a minister of the Presbyterian church in the spring of 1889 and received a call to a Buffalo, N.Y. church, which he accepted.  In June, 1889, before entering upon his ministerial duties, he was married in this city to Miss Sarah Avery, daughter of Mrs. Mary D. Avery.  In November, 1889, Rev. Hand was compelled to resign his pastorate on account of ill-health and accompanied by his wife, he spent two years abroad in the hope of being benefited physically, but without success.  Last fall he and Mrs. Hand returned to this city, where he remained until his death.  Henry S. Hand, of New York City, a brother of the deceased, arrived in the city this afternoon.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  19 March 1892]

Hand, David -- David Hand died Sunday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. H. Linham, on Sturges Avenue.  He was 76 years of age.  Funeral services took place this morning at 9 o'clock and the body was taken to Fredericktown for burial.  --  [Semi-Weekly News (Mansfield):  03 June 1898, Vol. 14, No. 47]

Hand, Fredda -- Pavonia.  The friends of Mrs. William Zeitler, formerly Miss Fredda Hand, were much surprised to learn of her death which occurred Aug. 29 at her home in Michigan.  She leaves a husband and three children to mourn her loss.  [Semi-Weekly News:  03 September 1897, Vol. 13, No. 71]

Handley, Cecil W. -- d. 12/14/1955 at Newark, OH (while attending a meeting);  Manager, Ohio State Employment Office;  bur. Mansfield Mem. Park  [MNJ 12/17/1955]

Handly, ---- -- bur. 7/7/1874 at Mansfield Cem.;  1m;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  09 January 1875]

Hanes, Catherine -- DIED -- On September 6th., 1870, Mrs. CATHERINE HANES, aged about 65 years.  Her funeral took place at Ganges, on Friday last.  Services were conducted by Rev. J.F. Shearer.  [Shelby Independent News:  13 October 1870, Vol. 2, No. 50]

Hankins, Arthur – Arthur Hankins, 60, of Olivesburg-Fitchville Road died Tuesday morning in Mansfield General Hospital from injuries received in an automobile accident. Mr. Hankins was born Oct. 15, 1928, in Beckley, W. Va., and lived in the Mansfield area most of his life. He was a retired truck driver and a member of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. He was also a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles. Surviving are his wife, Irene Pritchard Hankins; three daughters, Karen Mansfield of Ashland, Rose O’Leary of Mansfield and Alice Randolph of Florida; a stepdaughter, Rena Pritchard of Ashland; three stepsons, Johnny and Tom Pritchard, both of Mansfield, and Jim Pritchard of California; a grandson, Doyle Pritchard, who lived with Mr. Hankins; 16 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miller of South Charleston, W. Va.; and two sisters, Sherry Belcher of West Virginia and Treva Mitchell of South Charleston, W. Va. Calling hours are today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Ontario Home of Wappner Funeral Directors, where services will be held Friday at 11 a.m. by the Rev. John Bouquet, pastor of the Bethel Baptist Church in Savannah. Burial will be in Mansfield Memorial Park. [Mansfield News Journal, 22 June 1989]

Hanna, Jane -- Mrs. Jane Hanna, widow of Robert Hanna, died at her home on West Bloom street Monday p.m., aged 87 years.  Funeral at 10 a.m., Thursday interment at Tiro.   [Mansfield Herald:  29 August 1889, Vol. 39, No. 41]

Hanna, Jane -- Tuesday.  Mrs. Jane Hanna died yesterday afternoon at her home on West Bloom Street.  The funeral will take place at 10 a.m. Thursday.  Interment at Tiro.  Mrs. Hanna suffered a paralytic stroke several months ago and has been in a critical condition since that time.  The deceased was 87 years old.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  31 August 1889, Vol. LXXII, No. 15]

Hanna, Joseph -- DIES AT 67 -- Joseph Hanna Succumbs to Brief Illness -- Josheph Adelbert Hanna, 67, died Sunday morning at his home at 199 East First street after a brief illness. Hanna was born in Kirby, O., March 4, 1867, the son of the late Thomas and Christina Hanna, and he moved with his parents to Lucas at the age of seven. He came to Mansfield 14 years ago. He was married on Aug. 19, 1893, to Ida Hassinger, who preceded him in death three years ago. Hanna, who was employed at the Ohio Brass company for nine years, was a member of the Congregational church at Lucas. Surviving are two sons, Clem and Orry; two daughters, Mrs. Harry Sellers and Mrs. Mary Parlos and seven grandchildren, all of Mansfield. Services will be held at the Wappner funeral home at 2 p.m. Tuesday in charge of Rev. J. W. Overmyer. Burial will be in the I. O.O.F. cemetery in Lucas. The body will remain at the home until Tuesday morning. Submitted by Jean and Faye. [THE MANSFIELD NEWS-JOURNAL, Monday, April 23, 1934]

Hanna, Lena C.

Hanna, Robert -- Robert Hanna, who resides at No. 88 West Bloom Street, died on Wednesday evening week at 7:40.  He was born April 26th., 1801, and for many years lived on a farm near Plymouth, having removed to this city about twelve years ago living a retired life.  Mr. Hannah was a powerfully built man standing six feet three inches.  On Tuesday morning he was out of the house and split some wood as was his custom.  At about six o'clock he was attacked with what seemed to be paralysis of the throat and lingered until the hour stated Wednesday, when he peacefully expired.  He was a consistent member of the United Presbyterian church.  His wife survives him.   [Mansfield Herald:  09 December 1886]

Hannah, Robert -- The funeral of Uncle Robert Hanna took place from his late residence, No. 88 West Bloom Street, Friday morning at 10 o'clock.  At noon the remains were conveyed to Tiro (OH), via the N.W.O. railway and were interred three miles from that village near the farm on which he lived many years.  Mr. Hanna was born in 1801 and came to Richland County, now Crawford, and located on a farm when twenty-five years of age and was married at about the same time.  He had two or more daughters, all of whom are dead, and but one of whom was married to a gentleman named Coe.  Mr. Hanna purchased his son-in-law a farm near Wooster on which Coe's stone quarry is located.  The only son of Mr. Hanna enlisted in the war for the Union and was taken prisoner and is supposed to have died at Andersonville.  Uncle Robert never received any satisfactory information as to the disposal of his remains.  Robert Hanna was a Jacksonian Democrat, and it will be remembered that in the 1884 political campaign he was one of those who rode in a carriage in a Republican procession in which a banner stating this fact was carried.  Later in life he became a Whig and along in the forties his farm was a station on the underground railway.  But one farm intervened between his and that of the late Wm. Cummins, the father of Capt. A.C. Cummins of this city.  Captain Cummins says that he has seen many a colored man in the Hanna barn, and he recollects of being sent into the Hanna cellar once when a boy for apples and discovered a covey of colored people.  It was not an uncommon thing for the neighbors to be approached by contrabands asking for the house of "Massa Hanna", or the colored man's friend.  He would stow them away until the proper time and then drive them to the lake.  Robert Hanna helped the colored race to freedom without ostentation and for no other reason than that he believed slavery a crime and it his duty as a Christian to assist the oppressed.  He was always greatly respected by his political opponents and died as he had lived, an upright, conscientious man.   [Mansfield Herald:  09 December 1886]

Hannan, Charles -- Friday -- Charles Hannan, a resident of Ontario, died last night. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock. [RICHLAND SHIELD & BANNER: 15 February 1896, Vol. LXXVIII, No. 40]

Hannvious, Florence Sabina -- DIED -- At Shelby, June 28th., of brain fever, Florence Sabina Hannavious, aged 5 years and 2 months. -- [THE MANSFIELD HERALD: 17 July 1884, Vol. 34, No. 35]

Hannawalt, John

Hans, Charles -- Charles Hans died Monday night at 10:30 at his home on Altamont avenue, death being due to dropsy from which he had suffered several months.  He was 62 years old and is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Jacob Berlo, Mrs. Frank Winkler, Miss Mary Hans and one son, Henry Hans.  Mr. Hans was a member of St. John’s Evangelical church and of the I.O.O.F. lodge, No. 161.  Funeral Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the home, conducted by the Rev. G.A. Kienle. [The Mansfield News:  Tuesday, 28 November 1911]

Hans, Mary -- The funeral of Mrs. Mary Hans, mention of whose death was made in Thursday’s News, will be conducted from the home, 77 Altamont avenue, Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock by the Rev. G.A. Keinle.  The deceased was 56 years of age and is survived by her husband, three daughters, Mrs. Catherine Berlo and the Misses Anna and Mary Hans, one son, Henry, two grandchildren, two brothers, Philip and Henry Wappner and two sisters, Mrs. Maggie Herring and Susan Wappner.  She had been ill for the past two years and had been confined to her bed for 35 weeks. [The Mansfield News:  Friday 4 October 1907]

Hanson, Mary S. Moore – Mary S. Hanson, 52, of 8247 Ohio 61 South died suddenly Monday morning in Willard Marcy Hospital after suffering an apparent heart attack at home. She was born Oct. 21, 1938, in McDowell County, Ky., and was the daughter of Ballard and Maxine Addis Moore. Mrs. Hanson had lived in the Plymouth area the past 16 tars, moving from Columbus. She grew up in Kentucky. She was a homemaker. She is survived by her husband, Raymond Hanson Sr., whom she married July 21, 1955, in Columbus; two sons, Raymond Hanson Jr. of Plymouth and Ira Lee Hanson of Attica; three daughters, Brenda Berridge of Mount Gilead, Esther Moser of Republic and Chrystal Ward of Norwalk; 11 grandchildren; a great-grandchild; her mother, Maxine Eden of Columbus; her father, Ballard Moore of Plymouth; two sisters, Emme Nel Kelling of Columbus and Betty Lou Shop of Gallipolis; three half-sisters, Theda and Freda Tuttle and Janet Swartz, all of Plymouth; and a half-brother, Billy Ray Daniels of North Carolina. Calling hours are today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. in the Lindsay Funeral Home, 323 Myrtle Ave., Willard, where funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m. by the Rev. James L. Hoffman, pastor of First Baptist Church in Attica. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery in New Haven. [Mansfield News Journal, 19 March 1991]

Hanville, Charlotte -- Charlotte, the 12-year-old daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Chas. Hanville, former residents of this place, who a few years ago moved to Ashland, died at the family home in the above city Tuesday morning, funeral being held Thursday.  Her death, evidently was quite sudden, as relatives here had no intimation of her being ill.  --  [Plymouth Advertiser:  25 September 1915, Vol. 62, No. 44]
 

Happ, Katharina Pless.  -- Mrs. Katharina Pless Happ, 71, of 1441 Silver Lane, widow of Franz Happ, died in Mansfield General Hospital Wednesday afternoon following a long illness.  Mrs. Happ was born in Yugoslavia May 10, 1906, and came to Mansfield 19 years ago.  She was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church.  Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Helena Platzer of Downey, Calif., and Mrs. Albina Sloboda of 1441 Silver Lane, with whom she made her home; one sister, Mrs. Teresia Kahler of Crestline; six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.  Services will be conducted at the Finefrock Funeral Home Saturday at 11 a.m. by the Rev. Sylvan Obergefell, pastor of St. Mary’s Catholic Church.  Burial will be in St. Joseph Cemetery, Crestline.  Friends may call at the funeral home this afternoon and evening.  Submitted by Linda & Shirley.  Typed by Sherry.  [News Journal, Mansfield:  24 Mar 1978, p 12]

Harbaugh, --- (infant) -- bur. 12/25/1878 at Mansfield Cem., premature birth 
[Ohio Liberal:  8 January 1879]

Harbaugh, George J. -- d. 3/22/1871 at Mansfield, liver fever;  1y, 3m, 7d;  b. at Mansfield;  res.  3rd. Ward Mansfield  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Harbaugh, Harvey -- d. 1/1885, croup;  3y, 7m, 9d;  bur. Mansfield Cem.   [Mansfield Herald:  07 January 1886]

Harbaugh, Hazel -- Wednesday.  Hazel, the little daughter of Howard Harbaugh and wife, died at their residence, 182 S. Adams Street, yesterday morning at 9 o'clock.  The funeral will be held at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon. Rev. H.L. Wiles will officiate.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  01 September 1894, Vol. LXXVII, No. 16]

Harbaugh, Isaac -- Isaac Harbaugh died at his home, No. 161 East Fourth Street at 1 o'clock this morning.  The deceased had been ill for some time, but had only been confined to his bed about two weeks.  He was 63 years of age and served as a Federal soldier in the war of the rebellion.  Death was caused by a general breaking down of the system and a complication of physical ailments.  A wife and six children survive.  The children are:  Traverse H., Howard C., Miss Nellie Jermin, Mrs. Will Worth and Peter Harbaugh.  The arrangements for the funeral have not yet been made.  --  [Mansfield Semi-Weekly News:  12 July 1898, Vol. 14, No. 58]

Harbaugh, Mrs. Harvey

Harbaugh, R.T. -- R. T. Harbaugh died last evening at the Richland County Home at the age of 60 years. The body was removed to the Wappner mortuary and prepared for burial. Funeral arrangements have not been made. Submitted by Mike. [Mansfield News Journal: 27 May 1926]

Harbaugh, Rose -- Rose Harbaugh, wife of Everett Harbaugh, died at the family home, Pulver List road, east of Mansfield at 11 o'clock last evening. She was taken ill on a trip to California and was obliged to return home. She is survived by three sons, Charles, Clarence, and Clyde Harbaugh, one sister Mrs. Sherman Frucher of Columbus Grove, one brother Bert Frost of Bellfontaine and three grandchildren. Mrs.Harbaugh was about 60 years of age and was a member of the United Brethren church at Columbus Grove. There will be a short service at the home at 10:30 o'clock Thursday morning, and the body will then be taken to Columbus Grove for burial Friday. Burial in Turner Cemetery (This should be Turno)  Submitted by Carrol Ann.  [Mansfield News Journal:  04 November 1925]

Harbaugh, Sarah -- Sarah Harbaugh of Washington Township, died recently aged 44 years.  --  [Bellville Star:  19 October 1882]

Harbaugh, Thelma Ruth -- Thelma Ruth, the five year old daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Frank Harbaugh died early Saturday morning from burns received Friday.  Mr. Harbaugh fell from a telephone pole some time ago, at Crestline, badly injuring himself, since which time he has been taking treatment here.  The mother and daughter went to Newville to visit her parents while Mr. Harbaugh was in this city.  Friday the mother and child returned to Crestline and Mrs. Harbaugh started the gas to warm the house.  The little girl got too close to the grate while the mother was out of the room and her clothes caught fire, badly burning the child about the chest before her mother could extinguish the flames.  Mr. Harbaugh is a son of T.A. Harbaugh, of this city.  No arrangements have yet been made for the funeral.  [Mansfield (OH) Daily Shield:  10 April 1909]

Harbeson, Mrs. H.S. -- Mrs. H.S. Harbeson died yesterday evening at 6 o'clock of cerebro-spinal meningitis.  The funeral will take place from the residence, 36 East First Street, tomorrow, Thursday afternoon, at 4 o'clock.  Mrs. Harbeson was 54 years, 5 months and 4 days old.  She was born in Lebanon, Pa. and with her husband moved to this city where they have resided for about 19 years.  She leaves a husband and five children, one of whom, Willis Harbeson, is the bookkeeper at the A.-T. office.  She had been sick for nearly two weeks, but it was thought her robust constitution would pull her through.  The disease was a genuine case of meningitis.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  18 May 1889, Vol. LXXI, No. 52]

Harbeson, Mrs. H.S. -- The funeral of Mrs. H.S. Harbeson, who died Tuesday evening at about 6 o'clock, of spinal meningitis, will take place Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the residence, No. 36 East First Street.  She was aged fifty-four years, five months and four days.  Five children and her husband mourn her demise.  [Mansfield Herald:  16 May 1889]

Harbeson, Walter -- Submitted by Shirley.  [Mansfield News Journal:  13 January 1982]

Harbridge, Samuel

Harbridge, Samuel -- Shelby, O., Mar. 1 -- Samuel Harbridge, formerly a resident of this place, was discovered this morning at 11 o'clock in an unconscious condition just inside the city limits, lying in a fence corner near the residence of Frank Kendall.  He was immediately conveyed to the engine house, where he died in a few minutes.  He had arrived in the city the evening before, and becoming intoxicated, attempted to walk to the residence of his daughter, who resides six miles north of here, but overcome by drink, he lay down in the fence corner and was frozen to death.  He was an expert dealer in black walnut lumber, and when not under the influence of liquor, was a well respected and loyal citizen.  --  [Bellville Star:  05 March 1885, Vol. 8, No. 23]

Hardenfelt, William -- bur. 7/10/1877 at Mansfield Cem., consumption;  21y, 11m, 11d  [Ohio Liberal:  08 August 1877]

Hardesty, Albert -- Bellville.  Albert Hardesty, son of Mrs. W.J. LeFevre, of this place, died at Duthrick on Sunday.  His remains were brought to Bellville for interment.  Funeral Tuesday under the auspices of the Casca Lodge, K. of P.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  02 September 1893, Vol. LXXVI, No. 15]

Hardesty, John S. -- John S. Hardesty died Tuesday, Dec. 19th., at 9:00 a.m. in his 38th. year.  He complained for several months last past, but kept on at his work, and his ailment was not considered dangerous.  The attending physicians say dilation (expansion) of the heart was the cause of his death.  He will be buried to-day.  [Bellville Star:  21 December 1882, Vol. 6, No. 12]

Hardesty, Mary H. -- Bellville.  Mrs. Mary H. Hardesty died at the home of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. W.J. LeFevre, on Sunday, Sept. 13th., aged 74 years.  The funeral took place on Tuesday from the Disciple church.  Services conducted by the Rev. Mitchell of Mansfield.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  19 September 1891, Vol. LXXIV, No. 17]

Hardesty, Nelson -- Walnut Hill.  Mr. Nelson Hardesty passed from the stage of action on the 18th. inst.  He had arrived to the time allotted to man, his age being 70 years, 4 months and 21 days.  --  [Bellville Star:  03 March 1887, Vol. 10, No. 23]

Hardesty, Vivian -- Bellville.  Vivian Hardesty, the little 2-year-old daughter of Scott Hardesty and wife, died early Saturday morning and was buried in the Bellville Cemetery, Sunday afternoon.  Scott being in New Jersey playing ball did not come home.  [Semi-Weekly News:  11 May 1897, Vol. 13, No. 38]

Hardesty. Vivian -- Bangorville.  The little child of Scott Hardesty died Saturday.  Funeral at 1 o'clock Sunday from the residence of Benjamin Shaffer.  [Semi-Weekly News:  14 May 1897, Vol. 13, No. 39]

Hardgrove, William Sr. -- Bangor.  Word has been received here that Wm. Hardgrove, Sr., formerly a resident of this vicinity, but late of Wood County, Ohio, died March 6th., 1905.  --  [Bellville Messenger:  24 March 1905, Vol. 13, No. 9]

Harding, Amos -- Bloominggrove.  Amos, son of Forrest & Mattie Harding, died on the evening of the 11th., aged 2 years and seven months.  Funeral Saturday, services conducted by Dr. McFarland.  [Semi-Weekly News:  19 November 1897, Vol. 13, No. 93]

Harding, B.F. -- Dr. B.F. Harding, of Mansfield, aged 81, cousin of Dr. George T. Harding, father of President Harding, died last Friday in Florida, of tuberculosis, according to word received here.  He had been ill for one year and had gone to Florida for his health.  He was surgeon for the Pennsylvania Railroad, at Mansfield.  [Richland County Leader:  05 April 1923, Vol. 2, No. 13]

Harding, Frank H. -- The funeral services over the remains of Dr. Frank H. Harding, this afternoon, were attended by a large number of friends.  Many floral tributes were received.  The services were conducted by the Rev. Dr. D.J. Meese.  At the request of the family the lodges of which the deceased was a member did not attend the funeral.  The pall bearers selected were Dr. Loughridge and Dr. Maglott, of the physicians;  Alex. Young and M.W. Branyon, of the Masons and the Presbyterian church;  Charles King and W.T. Geltz, of the Jr. O.U.A.M.  The remains were taken to Plymouth by train at 3:30 for interment.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  02 March 1895, Vol. LXXVII, No. 42]

Harding, Frank H.  -- Dr. Frank H. Harding died at 10 o'clock this morning at his home, corner of First and Sugar Streets.  Death resulted from Bright's disease.  Dr. Harding was born May 1, 1857, and was a son of Frederick and Amelia Harding.  In 1875 Frank began learning the printing trade with George A. Holm.  He was foreman of the Aultman-Taylor printing department for several years, and at times worked in the composing rooms of the Herald and Ohio Liberal, formerly published in this city.  While following this trade, he occupied his spare time reading medicine with Dr. R.H. Reed, and in 1886 he went to Philadelphia to take a medical course in the University of Pennsylvania.  He graduated in 1889 and practiced in Philadelphia two years.  Returning to Mansfield in 1891, he located first with Dr. Reed and afterwards at his late residence.  Dr. Harding married Miss Sadie Beekman, of Plymouth, in September, 1882.  Mrs. Harding was at Plymouth visiting when he was taken ill last Friday, but he thought he would soon get well and would not permit any one to send her word until yesterday, when he became so much worse.  She returned home on the first train this morning, about half an hour after his death.  C.F. Harding, of this city, is a brother, and Clem Harding, of the government printing office at Washington, is a half brother of the deceased.  Dr. Harding was a member of Mansfield Lodge, No. 85, F.A.M., and Mansfield Chapter R.A.M.;  and was also a member of Freedom Council, No. 63, Jr. O.U.A.M.  The funeral will be held at the residence, Thursday afternoon.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  02 March 1895, Vol. LXXVII, No. 42]

Harding, Isabinda -- Bloominggrove.  On Thursday morning, April 28, Mrs. Isabinda Harding, who has been in feeble health for several years, but was able to be up and around superintending her household affairs and had made arrangements for the dinner of that day, after which she sat down in a chair at about 8:30 and without a struggle -- or pain seemingly -- passed into the world beyond.  Mrs. Harding was born Dec. 27, 1815, in Essex County, New York, came to Ohio in 1837, was married to W.P. Harding in 1839.  Of this union were born six children.  Three sons and three daughters.  Funeral was held at her home on Saturday, services conducted by Dr. McFarland.  Interment in Bloominggrove Cemetery.  --  [Semi-Weekly News (Mansfield):  06 May 1898, Vol. 14, No. 39]

Harding, Mary Catherine -- 86Y;  d. 11/9/1955 at Lexington (P.A. Gamble residence);  b. 4/7/1869 at London Co., VA  [MNJ 11/10/1955]

Harding, Mary Jane May -- d. 5/3/1956 at home, Mansfield;  b. 11/10/1865 at St. Mary's, Ontario, Canada;  Eastern Star;  wid/o Dr. B.F.;  bur. Mansfield Cem.  [MNJ 5/4/1956]

Harding, Mordecai R. -- d. 3/21/1870 at Sandusky Twp.;  75y, 4m, 3d;  b. Susquehanna Co., Pa.;  farmer;  white;  cause:  palsy;  res. Sandusky Twp.  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hardman, Anthony -- Anthony Hardman was born in Bedford Co., Penn., Dec. 29, 1825 and died Friday, Nov. 27, 1903, at 10:30 p.m., aged 77 years, 10 months and 27 days, after an illness of about two weeks duration.  In early life he moved from Pennsylvania to West Virginia and afterwards to Ohio and finally about the year 1875 to Holt Co., Mo., where he resided until the day of his death.  He was united in marriage to Miss Mary E. Silger, Feb. 16, 1845.  To this union nine children were born, four sons and five daughters, all of whom survive him except n daughter who died in childhood.  Mother Hardman departed this life Feb. 27, 1901, leaving the partner of her joys and sorrows to continue the journey of life without the comfort of her presence and help in the battles of life.  At the age of eighteen years, Father Hartman, as all loved to call him, united with the Methodist church and for a number of years was a class leader among them, but afterwards united with the Christian church, of which body he remained a faithful, zealous and useful member during life.  during his early life Father Hardman was a teacher of vocal music and his experience in this work materially aided him, as he often said, in the work of the ministry which he took up about the year 1870.  His labors in the Master's vineyard were fruitful and many souls owe their start on the way to the Better Land to his effort to tell the world of the Savior's love.  His faith in the promises of the Master, and his love for the souls of men kept his spirit sweet and gentle and hopeful during all the trials of life.  His presence was as a benediction and to know him was to love him.  In losing him the church militant has lost a faithful and valiant soldier;  in gaining him the church triumphant has gained a soul attuned to sing the praises of its Master.  Funeral services were conducted in the Christian church at New Point, Sunday morning, Nov. 11, at 11 o'clock by the pastor and were attended by the entire community which assembled to mourn his loss and to look for the last time upon the form so much beloved in life, after which the body was laid to rest by the side of that of the faithful wife in the Fairview Cemetery, there to await the call of the Resurrection Morn.  Four sons, four daughters, twenty-one grandchildren, twenty great-grandchildren, and a host of friends to mourn his loss.  An affectionate and tender father, a trusty and helpful friend, a public-spirited citizen, an earnest and loving fellow-Christian, a noble, pure-hearted and clean lived man, his death brings sorrow to all.  [Butler Enterprise:  25 December 1903]

Hardridge, Charles -- Charles Hardridge died Saturday at 5:30 o'clock a.m. at his home, 81 East Johns Street after an illness of nearly four months with cancer of the throat.  He was born in Axbridge, England, June 2, 1839, and came to this country with his parents when he was 10 years of age.  The family moved to this city and Mr. Hardridge has resided here almost continuously since that time.  After the establishment of the Sandusky, Mansfield and Newark railroad, Mr. Hardridge was for about 17 years an engineer on that road.  Later he was the engineer of the B. & O. shifting engine in the local yards.  For a number of years also he was in the employ of S.N. Ford & Company and for some years past has been the engineer at the A.-T. works, which position he filled up to the time he took sick.  his first wife was Miss Sidney Leedy, who died in 1870 leaving one child, Miss Hallie Hardridge, who still survives.  Mr. Hardridge was married December 1, 1872, to Miss Elizabeth Davy.  To them were born a daughter, Miss Lulu Hardridge, and a son, Clyde Hardridge, both of whom and Mrs. Hardridge are living.  Mr. Hardridge was a member of the Knights of Honor.  Funeral services conducted by the Rev. A.B. Putnam, of Grace Episcopal church, Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the house.  [Semi-Weekly News:  11 May 1897, Vol. 13, No. 38]

Harkinson, Thomas -- d. 1/9/1871 at poor house, hard drinking;  35y;  no birthplace listed;  grocer;  res. poor house [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Harkison, Thomas -- d. 1/14/1871 at Lucas, delirium;  no age listed;  b. Scotland;  stone mason;  res. Lucas [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Harland, ---- -- Saturday.  Mrs. Harland, aged about 60, died yesterday of inflammation of the bowels.  The funeral was held from the residence this afternoon, Rev. H.L. Wiles officiating.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  21 January 1893]

Harley, Henry -- Saturday.  Henry Harley, uncle of F.A. Dronberger of the SHIELD, died at Columbia City, Ind., the fore part of the week.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  06 April 1889, Vol. LXXI, No. 46]

Harley, John -- DIED -- Of Paralysis on the 19th. of February, 1870, Mr. JOHN HARLEY of Plymouth Twp., Richland Co., Ohio, at a ripe old age.  [Shelby Independent News:  24 February 1870, Vol. 2, No. 17]

Harley, Levi -- Died on April 13th., 1872, near Gorham, Fulton County, Ohio, Levi Harley, aged about 34 years.  He was formerly a resident of Plymouth Township, and but recently removed to that locality.  He has been lingering for several years. 
[Shelby Independent News:  25 April 1872, Vol. 4, No. 26]
 

Harmon, Callie -- bur. 4/8/1875 at Mansfield Cem.;  2y  [Richland Shield & Banner:  15 January 1876]

Harmon, Daniel -- Wednesday -- Henry W. Lemon received a telegram Tuesday night stating that his wife's uncle, Daniel Harmon, formerly of this city, had died at his home in Ft. Wayne. The deceased, formerly resided on North Diamond Street, this city, and owned the bus line, selling out to J.N. Pluck when he left here. He was conducting a hotel business at the time of his death and was 80 years of age. -- [RICHLAND SHIELD & BANNER: 14 March 1896, Vol. LXXVIII, No. 44]

Harmon, Elisabeth -- d. 1/21/1873 at Mansfield;  57y, 11m, 23d;  married;  b. Jefferson Co., Ohio;  white;  cause - congestion of the lungs; 
res. Mansfield - 4th. Ward  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Harmon, Elizabeth A. -- bur. 4/1888 at Mansfield Cem., consumption;  39y, 6m, 28d  [Mansfield Herald:  31 January 1889]

Harmon, George B. -- DIED, in San Jose, March 29, 1895, George B. Harmon, husband of Carolina C. Harmon, and father of John B. and Charles H. Harmon, a native of Hayesville, Ohio, aged 62 years, 9 months and 21 days.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  13 April 1895, Vol. LXXVII, No. 48 as reprinted from the San Jose Herald of San Jose, California.]  George B. Harmon was well and favorably known in this community and the news of his death will create universal regret.  He served two full terms as clerk of the common pleas court of Richland County, and several terms as deputy clerk, and was considered a very agreeable and efficient officer.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  13 April 1895, Vol. LXXVII, No. 48]

Harmon, John -- bur. 7/19/1875 at Mansfield Cem.;  67y, 4m, 3d   [Richland Shield & Banner:  15 January 1876]

Harmon, Nancy -- bur. 4/5/1874 at Mansfield Cem.;  63y, 10m;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  09 January 1875]

Harmon, Samuel -- Samuel Harmon, aged 70 years, died at his home on North Sugar Street, Sunday evening about 4:30.  Deceased was a veteran of the rebellion and was identified with the 102nd. regiment, O.V.I.  Funeral will take place Tuesday at 3 o'clock.  [Mansfield Semi-Weekly News:  30 August 1898, Vol. 14, No. 72]

Harmon, William Dudly -- d. 2/12/1873 at Mansfield;  1y, 16d;  b. Mansfield;  white;  cause - small pox;  res. Mansfield - 3rd. Ward  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Harn, Gertrude -- bur.  12/9/1876 at Mansfield Cem.;  1m, 7d;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  13 January 1877]

Harnish, Joseph -- Joseph Harnish, aged 37 years, died at his home in Amoy, Franklin Township, at 1 o'clock, Monday morning after a long illness.  Funeral service from his home at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning.  [Semi-Weekly News:  23 February 1897, Vol. 13, No. 16]

Harnish, Joseph -- Amoy.  Joseph Harnish died Monday morning at the home of Mrs. Martin, with whom she had been making his home for a number of years.  His remains were taken to Harmony cemetery and laid beside his sister, Mrs. E.H. McCormick.  [Semi-Weekly News:  26 February 1897, Vol. 13, No. 17]

Harnish, Joseph -- Jackson Township.  Joseph Harnish, of Amoy, died Monday.  [Semi-Weekly News:  26 February 1897, Vol. 13, No. 17]

Harper, Neville. -- Mansfield. Neville “Curly” Harper, 75, of 480 Hanna Road, died early Sunday in Sturges Nursing Home following an extended illness. Arrangements are pending with Wappner Funeral Directors. Anyone with information regarding his family is asked to contact the funeral home. Submitted by Linda and Shirley. Typed by Terri McGrath. [Mansfield News Journal, February 22, 1988, pg. 7A]


Harper, Oksoon
-- Shelby---Funeral services for Oksoon "Dottie" Harper, 67 of 55 Third St., who died Monday evening at her home following a long illness, were held at 11 a.m. today at the Barkdull Funeral Home in Shelby by the Rev. Elwood Hensley, her pastor.   Burial was in Oakland Cemetery in Shelby.   Memorial contributions may be made to the heart fund and left at the funeral home.   Born Sept. 30, 1918, in Seoul, Korea, she was a Shelby resident 20 years.   Mrs. Harper was a membr of the Calvary Baptist Church of Crestline and had attended the Korean Methodist Church of Mansfield.   Survivors include her husband, Earl G. Harper and other relatives.  Submitted by Linda and Shirley--typed by Dina--[Mansfield News Journal--Wed., June 25, 1986]

Harrer, Caroline -- Crestline has been stirred up over a sensational case in which a young woman came to her death as the result of a criminal operation to produce premature labor, that being the verdict of Coroner Baughman, who investigated the case.  The coroner has reported his finding to Prosecuting Attorney W.H. Bowers.  The young woman whose name is Caroline Harrer, aged 18 years, died Sunday morning at her home at Crestline on the Richland County side of the line.  The death was first reported to have been due to convulsions and acute pleuro pneumonia.  Suspicion was created that there was something back of this and the result was that Monday evening Coroner Baughman received a message from the mayor of Crestline asking him to come and investigate the cause of the young woman's death.  The coroner accompanied by Constable Winters, went to Crestline, where a post mortem examination conducted by Drs. Clutter and W.P. Bennett was held at the home of William Harrer, the young woman's father.  The lungs were found in a healthy condition and at the conclusion of the examination the coroner gave as his verdict that the woman died as the direct result of a criminal operation to produce premature birth, but was unable to place the responsibility.  An eight-month-old fetus was found buried in the rear of the lot, and testimony was given at the inquest that it had been buried there by direction of a physician.  Coroner Baughman stated that he was informed that a young man named Charles Thrailkill had been keeping company with Miss Harrer a number of months before and that the physician who attended Miss Harrer was Dr. Moses.  The coroner further stated that he would not order any arrests in the case, but had reported the case to the prosecuting attorney that it may be investigated by the grand jury if the prosecuting attorney so decides.  [Mansfield Semi-Weekly News:  16 December 1898, Vol. 14, No. 103]

Harrington, Albert L. -- Albert L. Harrington, one of the pioneer citizens of Richland County, died at his home in Bellville, Wednesday night in his seventy-ninth year.  The funeral took place Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  Mr. Harrington had resided in Richland County over 50 years and was highly respected.  [Mansfield Herald:  16 September 1886]

Harrington, Lucius -- Lucius Hartington died at his home in Mt. Vernon (OH) Monday evening at 8 o'clock.  Mr. Harrington was one of Richland County's oldest citizens, and was an uncle of L.F. and W.S. Harrington.  He will be buried at Bellville this afternoon.  [Mansfield Herald:  11 November 1886]

Harrington, Lute -- "Uncle" Lute Harrington died at Newark last Tuesday morning.  His remains were brought to this place on Wednesday.  The funeral was held under the auspices of the G.A.R.  [Bellville Star:  11 November 1886, Vol. 10, No. 7]

Harrington, Ozella -- bur. 2/1886 at Mansfield Cem., measles;  20y  [Mansfield Herald:  08 April 1886]

Harrington, Ozella -- In Memoriam.  Whereas, an all wise Providence, who sees clearly where we cannot, understand, has entered our Sabbath school again and removed therefrom by death, first the faithful scholar Ozella Harrington, and then the devoted teacher, Maggie Niman.    [Mansfield Herald:  08 April 1886]

Harrington, Ozella -- Died, at her home in Mansfield on Feb. 28th., Miss Ozella Harrington, aged 20 years, 6 months and 22 days.  Miss Harrington was well known in this place being a niece of W.S. Harrington, formerly of this place.  [Bellville Star:  04 March 1886, Vol. 9, No. 23]

Harrington, Ozella -- The friends of Mr. & Mrs. L.F. Harrington were deeply grieved Sunday morning by the intelligence of the death of their only child, Miss Ozella Harrington, a very sweet and intelligent young lady of this city, at their residence, No. 69 West Third Street.  Miss Harrington's friends were equally shocked at the unexpected announcement and hastened to lend their timely encouragement and condolence to the afflicted family.  On the 19th. of February, Miss Harrington returned home from Delaware, where she was attending the University, feeling as if she were about to have an attack of illness.  The following Monday she was taken down with the measles.  She was confined to her bed, and in spite of the very best nursing and medical treatment she rapidly grew worse until Sunday morning at 9 o'clock, when her spirit took its flight.  She was about 20 years old, and her death is the more to be lamented because she was just blooming into noble womanhood.  Her death is a great blow to her parents who have the sympathy of the whole community in their sudden sorrow.  She was a gradate of the high school and a granddaughter of Mr. George W. Sheets.  The funeral will take place from the residence tomorrow afternoon, and it is probable that the Rev. Albert D. Knapp will officiate.  The obsequies of Miss Ozella Harrington were conducted at the residence of her parents on West Third Street Tuesday afternoon by Prof. C.B. Austin, of the University of Delaware, assisted by the Rev. A.D. Knapp, pastor of the M.E. Church of this city.  The services were solemn and impressive and the sermon was filled with the beautiful thoughts appropriate to the death of a young girl just blooming into womanhood.  The attendance of relatives, friends and acquaintances was unusually large and the occasion was one of the most sorrowful they were ever called to witness.  The face of the young lady was beautiful in its repose and wore an expression of infinite rest and peace.  The remains were viewed by most of the visitors as they lay in an elegant casket.  The floral offerings of friends were of rare elegance and lent their delicate and refined perfume to the solemnity of the scene.  A beautiful pillow of dark roses bearing the dates "1880-1884" was contributed by the high school class of which she was a member, and an elegant scroll with the letters "A.A.M.H.S." by the high school alumni association.  The Junto literary club sent a tribute in the shape of a lyre of roses, accompanied with a poem from the pen of Miss Minnie McCray.  Two baskets of cut flowers were the offerings of the Delaware literary society and the members of her college class.  A beautiful harp was the gift of Miss Margaret W. Southerland, principal of the high school;  a broken wheel of roses of Miss Maggie Niman;  a star of roses of Mrs. M.H. Howe, and equally beautiful tributes were presented by other friends.  Resolutions of esteem were drawn up by Miss Harrrington's classmates at Delaware and presented to her parents.  A beautiful letter of condolence was sent them by Miss M.W. Sutherland, a former teacher, and letters were received from numerous other friends.  She seems to have been universally loved and esteemed, and the bereft parents are in need of the warmest sympathy in their great and sudden sorrow.  "Death lies on her like an untimely frost Upon the sweetest flower of all the field."  [Mansfield Herald:  03 March 1886]

Harris, ---- -- bur. 5/16/1878 at Mansfield Cem., still born infant  [Ohio Liberal:  05 June 1878]

Harris, ---- -- bur. 9/5/1876 at Mansfield Cem.;  stillborn;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  13 January 1877]

Harris, ---- -- d. 3/22/1868 at Mansfield;  1d;  b. Mansfield;  c/o Adam & Catherine E. Harris;  white;  cause:  premature birth;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Harris, ---- -- Tuesday.  The six-months-old child of Abraham Harris died at the family residence on Maude Avenue last evening.  Funeral tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.  -- [Richland Shield & Banner: 07 March 1891, Vol. LXXIII, No. 42]

Harris, ---- -- Mr. & Mrs. O.D. Harris have returned home from Gambier, after ten days' absence having gone to attend the funeral of his mother, Mrs. Samuel B. Harris. She was raised and married four miles south of Mansfield on the Bellville Road. Had she lived until the 10th. of next January, she would have been 81 years old. -- [THE MANSFIELD HERALD: 06 December 1883, Vol. 34, No. 3]

Harris, Elizabeth -- bur. 2/1/1875 at Mansfield Cem.;  37y  [Richland Shield & Banner:  15 January 1876]

Harris, George S. -- At 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon a dispatch was received here from Hot Springs, Ark., announcing the death of George S. Harris, of this city, at that place at 10 o'clock Sunday morning.  The deceased was on of the best known citizens of Mansfield.  He has been ill for several years, suffering with catarrh of the throat, and lung trouble.  Some time ago he had a leg broken which increased his physical infirmities.  A little over six weeks ago in company with his son Ralph and Capt. Cummins he went to Hot Springs, Ark., in the hope of securing relief and restoration to health.  Instead, Mr. Harris grew worse, being confined to his bed most of the time.  George S. Harris was born in Washington County, Pa., July 29, 1834.  He was married to Miss Hannah Jane Sims at Bucyrus, March 16, 1865.  There are three children, William, Kate and Ralph.  The deceased was a member of a number of lodges and other societies including the Masons, Knights Templar, Knights of Pythias, U.R.K. of P., Elks and Royal Arcanum.  Mr. Harris has been superintendent of the Mansfield Gas Light Company for more than 20 years.  He was a member of the Western Gas association and also of the Ohio Gas association.  The remains left Hot Springs last night and are expected to arrive here at 5:45 o'clock Tuesday evening provided good connection is made at St. Louis.  The funeral will take place from the family residence on West Third Street, Wednesday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, the Rev. McFarlan, of the Baptist church, officiating.  The Knights Templar and Knights of Pythias will probably take part in the burial.  [Semi-Weekly News: 15 June 1897, Vol. 13, No. 48]

Harris, John -- John Harris (Papa Johnny), 95, of 284 West Longview Ave., died today in Mansfield General Hospital. He was owner and operator of the Nite Owl Café. Mr. Harris was born in Arkansas on Dec. 15, 1877. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Katie Lee Harris; four daughters, Mrs. Elsie Brooks, Mrs. Bernice Lashore and Mrs. Annie Bee Hawkins, all of Mansfield, and Mrs. Bertha Lee Harris of West Helena, Ark.; a brother, Henry of Mansfield; five sisters, Mrs. Rosie McGruder and Lucille Collier, both of Memphis, Tenn., Katie and Goldie Jackson of Earl, Ark., and Bertha Harris of Cincinnati; 12 grandchildren and a number of great-grandchildren.   Services will be Monday at 7 p.m. at the David Gary Funeral Home, with the Rev. Joel L. King, pastor of Mt. Hermon Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Memphis, Tenn. Submitted by Linda and Shirley. Typed by Gay. [Mansfield News Journal, Fri., 11/17/1972, p. 5].

Harris, Leah -- Sunday.  Miss Leah Harris, for many years a resident of Springfield Township, died at the residence of her brother, Hugh Harris, Friday night.  The funeral will be held today at 2:30 o'clock from the U.P. Church of Ontario.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  03 March 1894, Vol. LXXVI, No. 42]

Harris, Lottie (O'Brian)

Harris, Lowell D. -- 22Y;  d. 3/31/1955 at Mansfield Gen. Hosp., Mansfield;  b. 3/22/1933 at Mansfield;  Graduate of Mansfield Senior H.S.;  s/o Walter L. Harris;  bur. Mansfield Memorial Park  [MNJ 4/1/1955]

Harris, O.D. -- d. 4/1885, consumption;  49y, 2m, 22d;  bur. Mansfield Cem.  [Mansfield Herald:  07 January 1886]

Harris, Owen Douglas

Harris, Phill -- bur. 10/12/1876 at Mansfield Cem.;  1m, 12d;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  13 January 1877]

Harris, Sarah T. (Jenner) -- Dr. C. Jenner Harris is in receipt of a message announcing the death at Pueblo, Col., last Sunday of his mother, Mrs. Sarah T. Harris, who formerly lived in Richland County a number of years.  She was 73 years of age and leaves a son, Dr. Harris, of this city, and a daughter, Miss Harriet L. Harris, of Pueblo, Col.  Mrs. Harris was a sister of Judge J.W. Jenner and S.E. Jenner, of this city.  She was buried today at Pueblo.  [Mansfield News:  21 May 1901, Vol. 17, No. 69]

Harris, U.L. -- U.L. Harris died Sunday, Jan. 30, at 3 p.m. at his home, two miles north of Ontario, aged 84 years.  Funeral Tuesday, Feb. 1, at 11 a.m.  --  [Semi-Weekly News (Mansfield):  01 February 1898, Vol. 14, No. 9]

Harris, Virgie L. -- Virgie L. Harris, 42, of 770 Burns St. died Monday night in Mansfield General Hospital following an extended illness.  She was born Feb. 14, 1942, in Memphis, Tennessee, and had lived in Mansfield 22 years.  Miss Harris was a member of the Trinity Gospel Church.  She is survived by two sons, Stanley with the Marine Corps in Cherry Point, N.C., and Frederick of Mansfield; one daughter, Mrs. Bobby (Marilyn) Minard of Mansfield; five brothers, John, Harry T., James E., Agentry, and Theodore Harris, all of Memphis; eight sisters, Mrs. Ossia (Georgia) Terry, Mrs. R. D. (Bernice) Jordan, Mrs. Jessie (Gwendown) Levitt, Jimella Harris, Mrs. Hozia (Jesse) Harper, Laverne Harris and Peggy Harris, all of Memphis, and Zerily Harris of Chicago; two grandchildren.  Calling hours in the Diamond Street home of Wappner Funeral Directors are Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.  The Palmer Funeral Home in Mason, Tennessee is in charge of services.   Burial will be in Mt. Sinai Cemetery in Arlington, Tennessee.  Submitted by Mike.  [MANSFIELD NEWS JOURNAL:  23 January 1985]

Harris, W.S. -- The funeral of Mr. W.S. Harris, of Spring Mill Street, took place from his residence Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock.  A long line of carriages followed the hearse to the cemetery.  [Mansfield Herald:  14 May 1885, Vol. 35, No. 26]

Harris, W.S. -- d. 6/1885, catarrh;  68y;  bur. Mansfield Cemetery  [Mansfield Herald:  07 January 1886]

Harris, William Logan -- William Logan Harris, D.D., L.L.D., bishop of the Methodist Episcopal church, who died at his residence in New York last evening, was a native of this county, born near Ontario, November 14, 1817.  He was admitted to the Methodist ministry by the Michigan conference in 1837 and in 1840 became a member of the North Ohio conference.  In 1845 he was a tutor in the Ohio Wesleyan University at Delaware.  In 1848 he was principal of Baldwin Institute, now Baldwin University at Berea, O.  In 1852 and for eight years thereafter, he was professor of chemistry at the Ohio Wesleyan University.  In 1860 he was elected corresponding secretary of the missionary society of the Methodist church and held that office until 1872, when he was elected bishop.  After his election as bishop, he made the first official ecclesiastical tour ever made around the globe.  He contributed largely to the periodical denominational literature and was the author of "Ecclesiastical Law and Rules of Evidence".  He had but recently returned from England and was indisposed on leaving Liverpool and upon his arrival at New York was unable to walk, his disease being heart trouble.  Bishop Harris was a typical man, large of body and large of brain, an indefatigable worker of wonderful executive ability an of a legal type of mind which made him the trusted counselor of his fellow bishops.  As a theologian and pulpit orator he was perhaps unequal to some others of the Methodist bishops, but his great brain and force of character, his power to plan and ability to execute made him one of the central figures in the ecclesiastical world and his death removes from earth a manly man and from the Methodist church one of its pillars.  --  [Bellville Star:  08 September 1887, Vol. 10, No. 50 as reprinted from the Mansfield News, Sept. 3rd.]

Harris, William Sr. -- William Harris, Sr., a lifelong resident of the vicinity of Bunker Hill, died Sunday evening at 9 o'clock, aged 82 years, after an illness of about one week.  A paralytic stroke while from the house of his daughter, Mrs. S.P. Baum, caused exposure to the cold which developed pneumonia, from the effects of which he died.  Deceased was born in old Ireland in 1823 and came to America when a young man, locating on the farm five miles east of Butler, where he died.  He leaves three sons and one daughter.  Richard Harris, of Allegheny, Pa., Michael Harris and W.C. Harris, township trustee, and Mrs. S.P. Baum, who reside near the family home.  The funeral took place Tuesday at 11 a.m. from the Loudonville Catholic church, and interment was made in that cemetery.  --  [Bellville Messenger:  02 March 1906, Vol. 14, No. 5]

Harris, William M. -- LUCAS MERCHANT CALLED BY DEATH -- William M. Harris Dies at Home Early Today -- William M. Harris, 67, veteran hardware merchant of Lucas, died suddenly at his home this morning. Although he had not been in good health for some time, his death came unexpectedly. He had conducted a hardware store in Lucas for a number of years, and had been a member of the Lucas Congregational church for more than 30 years. Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons, Wilson E., of Lucas, and Trever, of Perrysville; one daughter, Mrs. Essie Dine, at home; two brothers, John W., Ashland, and Sylvester E., of Crestline; and one sister, Mrs. John Leiter, of Nankin. There are also 12 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren among the survivors. Services will be held at the home in Lucas Wednesday at 2 p.m., with Rev. J. W. Overmyer officiating. burial will be made in the Odd Fellows cemetery at Lucas. Arrangements are in charge of the Wappner funeral directors. Submitted by Jean and Faye. [THE MANSFIELD NEWS-JOURNAL, Monday, July 17, 1933]

Harrison, ---- -- bur. 3/1886 at Mansfield Cem., prostration;  no age listed  [Mansfield Herald:  08 April 1886]

Harrison, Alice -- Died, March 22, Alice, daughter of Charles S. Harrison, of 282 Park Avenue West, aged 19 years, of quick consumption.  Funeral Wednesday, March 21, at 2:30 p.m.  [Semi-Weekly News:  23 March 1897, Vol. 13, No. 24]

Harrison, Alice -- Miss Alice Harrison, aged 19 years, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Harrison, died at her home in Mansfield Monday morning.  Her death was caused by quick consumption after an illness of about six weeks.  The Harrisons moved to Canton from Mansfield about a year ago, but returned there recently.  Miss Harrison during her brief residence here made many friends.  They deeply sympathize with the family in their bereavement.  The deceased was a niece of W.H. Shaffer.  Mr. & Mrs. Shaffer and daughter Clara will attend the funeral, which is to occur in Mansfield Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  [Semi-Weekly News:  26 March 1897, Vol. 13, No. 25 as reprinted from the Canton (OH) Repository]

Harrison, Robert -- Mr. Robert Harrison, the father of Mrs. Minor H. Howe, died at the residence of his daughter and son-in-law, on West First Street, Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock, aged 82 years.  Funeral services were conducted at the same place Sunday at 4 p.m., by Rev. Albert D. Knapp.  The remains were taken to Cuyahoga Falls [Ohio] Monday for interment.  Mr. Harrison and Mrs. Howe formerly resided at Cuyahoga Falls.  --  [Mansfield Herald:  16 July 1885, Vol. 35, No. 35]

Harroun, Hiram -- Hiram Harroun, Mansfield merchant and well-known citizen, died last evening shortly after 5 o'clock at his home, 228 Park Avenue West, after a comparatively brief illness.  Death was the result of an attack of bronchial pneumonia.   For the past 45 years, Mr. Harroun has been engaged in the queensware business in Mansfield, and this is one of the few remaining old business places in the city.  Mr. Harroun has always been active in his business, and was at the store just a few days before his final sickness.  Always active in church work, Mr. Harroun was long actively identified with the First Congregational Church.  He served as a deacon in the church and at the annual meeting held during the past week, he was re-elected to that office.  Mr. Harroun was 76 years of age is survived by his wife and two sons, Herbert, of Oberlin, and Charles, who is located in California.  Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon from his late home conducted by the Rev. O. L. Kiplinger of the First Congregational Church. Submitted by Mike.  [Mansfield News:  13 January 1917]

Harroun, James -- d. 4/5/1873 at Mansfield;  34y, 10m, 28d;  single;  b. Galion, Ohio;  clerk;  white;  no cause of death listed;  res. Mansfield - 4th. Ward  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]  *

Harroun, Juliet -- Mrs. Juliet Harroun, 82, widow of Hiram Harroun, died at Mansfield General Hospital early this morning after a brief illness.  Mrs. Harroun was born near Ontario in Richland County, October 18, 1851, but had spent the greater part of her life in this city.  For more than 60 years she had resided in her home at 63 Sturges Avenue.  Mrs. Harroun, well known in this community, was descended from the earliest pioneers in Richland County.  She was prominent in church and civic affairs and was a member of the Women's Crusade for Temperance.  Her father belonged to the first temperance organization in Mansfield which was founded in the early 50's.  She helped organize settlement house work in Mansfield, out of which grew the present Friendly House, and she had been a member of the Board of Managers since the beginning of the work.  Mrs. Harroun also helped organize missionary societies and temperance unions in other parts of the state and in her early days was a teacher in public schools in this and other cities.  She was the wife of Hiram Harroun who for more than half a century conducted the Harroun china and glass shop on North Park Street.  She was a member of the Traveler's Club and the First Congregational Church for many years.  She is survived by two sons, Herbert, of Oberlin, and Charles of this city; three grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews.   Funeral services will be conducted from the Finefrock Funeral Home in the charge of the Presbyterian pastor of Bucyrus in the absence of her own pastor, Rev. Harry Trust.  Burial will be made in Mansfield Cemetery.  (NOTE: Juliet Harroun was the daughter of John Mower and Elizabeth Hartupee).  Submitted by Ouoxman.  [Mansfield News Journal:  12 June 1933]

Harroun, Mary J. -- d. 3/21/1873 at Mansfield;  30y, 10m, 16d;  b. Miamisburg, Ohio;  white;  cause of death illegible;  res. Mansfield - 4th. Ward  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Harsh, Milford Lee

Hart, Anna Fern -- bur. 3/1888 at Mansfield Cem., brain fever;  1y, 13d  [Mansfield Herald:  31 January 1889]

Hart, Calvin -- Bangor.  Calvin Hart, one of most highly esteemed citizens, after a long and continued illness, passed to the beyond Friday morning, at the age of 64 years, 2 months and 4 days.  He is survived by a wife, one son, one daughter, four brothers and one sister.  The funeral services took place at the residence, Sunday morning, conducted by the Rev. Cook, of Lexington.  Interment at the Shauck Cemetery.  --  [Bellville Messenger:  21 December 1906, Vol. 14, No. 47]

Hart, Carrie -- Miss Carrie Hart died at 10 o'clock Tuesday night at her house on Buffalo Street of consumption.  The body was taken to Dayton Thursday morning for burial.  [Semi-Weekly News:  04 June 1897, Vol. 13, No. 45]

Hart, Clark -- Clark Hart, of Congress Twp., Morrow county, died at his home Monday morning at 10:30 of hardening of the arteries.  Mr. Hart was born in Richland county, October 22, 1837, having reached the age of 83 years.  Later in life he moved to Congress township, Morrow county, where he had resided since.  About 57 years ago he was united in marriage to Mary Wolford, who, with four children, survive.  Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon and burial was in Pleasant Grove cemetery.  [Richland County Leader: 23 September 1921, Vol. 2, No. 41]

Hart, D.C.

Hart, D.D. -- Died, In Sacremento, Cal., November 20th., Rev. D.D. Hart, aged 37 years.  [Ohio Liberal:  15 December 1881]

Hart, Daniel

Hart, Elijah -- Sunday.  Elijah Hart, who died at Mifflin, Friday morning, is the father of Mrs. W.H. Snyder, of this city.  Mr. Hart was eighty-one years of age and was well known in this county.  The funeral will be held this afternoon.  A number of relatives and friends from this city will attend the interment.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner: 24 March 1894, Vol. LXXVI, No. 45]

Hart, Eliza -- d. 11/22/1872 at Mansfield;  2y, 5m;  b. Mansfield;  white;  cause - diptheria;  res. Mansfield - 3rd. Ward  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hart, Henry -- Shelby.  Henry Hart, a prominent citizen, died last Wednesday and was buried Friday.  [Semi-Weekly News:  11 May 1897, Vol. 13, No. 38]

Hart, John -- Wednesday.  John Hart, aged 55 years, died at his home on Bowman Street last night.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  23 July 1892]

Hart, John Hitze -- John Hitze Hart was born Jan. 4, 1844, in Holmes County, Ohio.  In early life he came to Richland County, and secured what schooling he could at that time at old DeKalb, near Tiro, Ohio.  He enlisted twice as a soldier for the rebellion of 1861-5.  The records of his first enlistment are not at hand, but the second time he was accepted at Shelby, O., Dec. 7th., 1863, and became a member of Co. I, 15th. Regt. Ohio Inf.  He was married to Rebecca Radabaugh at Shelby, Aug. 29, 1874.  To Mr. & Mrs. Hart were born three children, who have been spared to mature years, all of whom have survived their parents.  They are, Eugene Hart of Crestline, Leo. Hart of Newark, and Mrs. Sadie, wife of Charles Rhodes, of Plymouth.  There are also ten grandchildren of Mr. Hart's in the family connection.  Two brothers and two sisters also survive the deceased, Cyrus Hart of Shelby, George Hart of Tiro, Mrs. Jane Lewis of Shelby, and Mrs. Frances Melick of Plymouth Township.  The married union of Mr. & Mrs. Hart had lasted nearly 39 years, when his beloved partner, after a wearying illness, died May 31, 1913.  They had both been enrolled as members of the M.E. Church in Plymouth some years ago, and had resided in Plymouth for about 29 years.  Mr. & Mrs. Hart had a long list of acquaintances and friends in Plymouth and in the country adjacent in addition to their own family, who will not soon forget them.  Among these are his comrades of the G.A.R., a number of whom are here to follow one more of the great host already gone with whom they fought side by side for the defense of their country.  Mr. Hart had not been well for a long while, but kept as active about his usual duties as it was possible.  About two weeks ago he became suddenly much worse with an ---tion of the heart, and lingered with increasing weakness, and feeling himself the end was not far away, until last Friday evening at 7:?? o'clock, the weary wheels of life ceased.  He was aged 70 years, 4 months and 25 days.  Funeral services were held from his late home, Monday afternoon, conducted by Rev. R.H. Balmer, while the G.A.R. assisted with their beautiful rites, interment being made in Greenlawn.  --  [Plymouth Advertiser:  06 June 1914, Vol. 61, No. 29]  *Some text was very faint on the microfilm - making certain words nearly illegible*

Hart, John Jr. -- d. 8/1885, cholera;  6m;  bur. Mansfield Cemetery  [Mansfield Herald:  07 January 1886]

Hart, John R. -- John R. Hart was born October 4th., 1829, and died December 22d., 1879, aged 50 years, 1 month and 22 days, at the time of his death.  He was born in Loudon County, West Virginia.  He was married at the age of 23 years to Miss Mary J. Palmer, his present wife, and moved to Knox County (OH) in 1854, and remained there seven years and from there to Richland County for 18 years.  He has been a constant sufferer for the last eight years with consumption of the right Kidney, from which he died.  he has always been a strong Democrat and a constant reader of the SHIELD.  [Richland Shield & Banner: 03 January 1880]

Hart, Louis E. -- Louis E. Hart, a few years ago a B.&O. operator in the tower at this place, died suddenly at his home in Fredericktown, Monday, from the effects of apoplexy.  Deceased was 48 years old and leaves a wife and one daughter.  --  [Plymouth Advertiser:  25 December 1915, Vol. 63, No. 5]

Hart, Louis E.

Hart, Mary J. -- Friday.  Mrs. Mary J. Hart, aged 74 years, died at her home, on Fourth Street, yesterday afternoon.  Two sons and two daughters survive her.  The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from her late residence.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  19 May 1894, Vol. LXXVII, No. 1]

Hart, Ralph B. - Ralph B. Hart, 75 of 1958 Richwood Dr., retired Mansfield real estate broker, died at his Florida home in Warm Mineral Springs this morning.   Mr. Hart was born in Mt. Gilead Aug. 14, 1902, and had been a resident of Mansfield the past 20 years. He formerly owned and operated in partnership with his brother the Hart Oil Co. in Mt. Gilead and later was associated with his brother in the Hart Realty Co.   He was a member of the First United Methodist Church, the Cardington Masonic Lodge No. 384 F & AM, Stark Consistory Valley of Canton and the Richland County -Scottish-Rite-Assn. He was a 32nd degree Mason.   Surviving are his wife Mrs. Doris (Peck) Hart; two daughter, Mrs. Edwin (Sally) Thomas, Mansfield, and Mrs. Max (Betty) Lehner, , Lathrup Village, Mich.; one brother, George, and one sister, Mrs. Gladys Linton, both of Mansfield, and five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.   Funeral arrangements will be announced later by the Finefrock Funeral Home. Submitted by Linda & Shirley. Typed by Bev Craig. (Mansfield News Journal: Tuesday, 29 November 1977, p. 5)

Hart, William -- d. 4/1885, inflammation of brain;  3y, 5m;  bur. Mansfield Cem.  [Mansfield Herald:  07 January 1886]

Hart, William
 

Hartenfels, Bertie Alice -- Mrs. Bertie Alice Hartenfels, 92, of 152 Lexington Ave., widow of John Hartenfels, died Friday after an extended illness.  She was born Oct. 24, 1866, near Mansfield and spent her entire life here.  Mrs. Hartenfels was a member of the First Lutheran Church.  Surviving are one son, J. Russell Hartenfels of Columbus; one sister, Jessie LeMunyon, of Mansfield, and one grandson, John Hartenfels, of Cumberland, Md.  The body is at the Wappner Funeral Home where services will be held Monday at 1:30 p. m., in charge of her pastor Dr. Carveth P. Mitchell.  Burial will be in the Mansfield Cemetery.  Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday afternoon and evening.  Submitted by Stephen B.  [Mansfield News-Journal (Mansfield, Ohio) Saturday, August 8, 1959 p5, col3]

Hartenfels, John  -- Mansfield News Journal, 12 March 1975
 

Hartenfels, John -- John Hartenfels, Mansfield Businessman, died about 9:30 o’clock last night at his home, 160 Lexington avenue, after a brief illness.  Mr. Hartenfels was president of the B & H Wall Paper company, and actively engaged in business in Mansfield for a long period of years.       Death came to Mr. Hartenfels after an illness of only a few days.  He had not been in the best of health for some time, but his condition was never alarming and he was able to continue his regular vocation and attention to business.  Sunday he took to his bed, and Monday his condition became very serious.  He lapsed into unconsciousness Monday evening and never recovered consciousness until he passed away.  Mr. Hartenfels was 57 years of age, and besides his wife and one son, Russell, is survived by a brother, George Hartenfels, also of this city.  Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock from his late home, conducted by the Rev. J. H. Culler, of the First Lutheran church.  Submitted by Stephen B.  [Mansfield News (Mansfield, Ohio) Wednesday, October 24, 1917 p5, col4]

Hartenfels, John Justice -- John J. Hartenfels died very suddenly Saturday evening about 10:30 from the effects of a paralytic stroke which he sustained a short time before.  The old gentleman retired shortly before 8 o'clock, in his usual health.  His cries aroused the family an hour later, when he was found in an unconscious condition from which he never rallied, death resulting soon afterward.  The funeral took place Monday, at 1 p.m., from the residence of his son-in-law, S.A. Miller, in Bellville, with whom he had been making his home since the death of his wife a little more than a year ago.  Rev. E.B. Shumaker conducted brief services at the house, and the remains were taken to the German Evangelical church in Washington Township, where Rev. Lehman, pastor of the deceased, delivered an appropriate funeral discourse in German.  The remains were laid to rest in the church yard cemetery.  John Justice Hartenfels was born in Nassau, Germany, Jan. 2, 1824, and was 79 years and 29 days old at the time of his death.  He was married to Justina Augusta Reimbolt, June 14, 1851, who died in October, 1901.  Deceased came to America in 1852 with his wife, and for nearly 44 years was a resident of Richland County, the greater part of the time being spent in Washington Township.  Four children -- all daughters -- were born to the union.  They are:  Mrs. Anna Krabill, of Mansfield;  Mrs. Mary Watts, of Akron;  Mrs. Lenna Lanehart, of Lexington and Mrs. S.A. Miller, of Bellville.  There are 20 grandchildren and four great-grandson.  The venerable couple, now deceased, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary June 14, 1901, at the old home in Washington Township.  --  [Bellville Messenger:  05 February 1902, Vol. 11, No. 5]

Hartenfels, Mrs. U. -- Mrs. U. Hartenfels died at her home in Washington township, Saturday night at 10 o'clock.  Funeral Tuesday at 10 a.m.  Mrs. Hartenfels leaves a husband and several children.  [Mansfield News: 19 August 1901, Vol. 17, No. 144]

Harter, ----

Harter, Amanda (Frederick)  -- BELLVILLE -- A sad event was the funeral of Mrs. Amanda Harter, wife of W.M. Harter, of Rudolph, O., conducted here in the M.E. church on May 22nd., 1894, by her pastor, the Rev. W.S. Morrison, of Bucyrus, O. Four members of her church from the Christian Endeavor Society came along as pall-bearers. The gentlemen were Porterfield Mercer, Delascus Mercer, Charles Sterrell and Isaac Carack. The members of the C.E. Society gave a beautiful tribute to her memory and faithfulness in the form of a pillow of flowers. The C.E. Society of Bellville and the K. of P. lode of which Mr. is a member gave beautiful tokens of affection and sympathy in the shape of flowers. It was a sad sight to see the mother and infant child lying side by side in the coffin. Mr. Harter had just finished one of the nicest new houses in the town of Rudolph city. Mrs. Harter was raised in this community, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.P. Frederick. She was laid to rest in the cemetery at Four Corner's church, where lies her two children. -- [BELLVILLE INDEPENDENT: 31 May 1894, Vol. 7, No. 3]

Harter, Benjamin -- DIED, At Newville, Ohio, July 3rd., 1875, BENJAMIN HARTER, aged 28 years.  -- [Bellville Weekly:  09 July 1875, Vol. IV, No. 16]

Harter, Don -- On Wednesday of last week the news of a sad, and sudden death, spread rapidly over our community.  Don, the second son of our liveryman, Mr. Elmer Harter, while in the barn assisting his brother, Earl, in hitching up a horse, dropped over suddenly of heart trouble.  A physician was hastily summoned, but could do nothing for the stricken lad.  Though it was generally known that Don was suffering from this trouble, yet is death came as a shock to his many friends and acquaintances.  He was born at Bellville, O., Jan. 30, 1890.  On Nov. 23, 1902, he became a member of St. Paul's Lutheran church of this place, and remained a member unto the day of his death, July 11, 1906, aged 16 years, 5 months and 11 days.  Don was one of the well known young men of our community, and a favorite among his companions.  Every body had a kind word for him, and the respect and esteem in which he was held, were shown by the many beautiful floral offerings.  The funeral was a sad and large one.  His Sunday school class acted as pallbearers, and the High school class, of which he was a member, attended in a body.  He leaves a father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harter;  a sister, Miss Florence;  and two brothers, Earl and Dale, to mourn his departure.  The many friends and acquaintances extend sincere sympathy to the family in their bereavement.  Funeral services were conducted by his pastor, Rev. H.B. Burkholder, in the Lutheran church, on Friday, July 13, at 2 p.m.  Interment was made in the Bellville Cemetery.  --  [Bellville Messenger:  20 July 1906, Vol. 14, No. 25]

Harter, Emma -- Shelby.  Mrs. Emma Harter, wife of Adam Harter, died at her home on High School Avenue last Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock of typhoid fever, aged 53 years.  Funeral was held at the home of J.N. Baker on the same street, Monday afternoon, at 4 o'clock.  --  [Mansfield Semi-Weekly News:  02 August 1898, Vol. 14, No. 64]

Harter, Emma -- Butler.  Mrs. Adam Harter, a former resident of this vicinity, died at her home in Shelby, Sunday evening of typhoid fever.  Joseph Daugherty attended the funeral of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Harter, at Shelby, Monday.  --  [Mansfield Semi-Weekly News:  05 August 1898, Vol. 14, No. 65]

Harter, George D. -- The sad intelligence reached this city late Saturday night of the death of Mr. George D. Harter, brother of Hon. M.D. Harter, at his home in Canton, O.  The news although not unexpected, is a great shock to the business interests and citizens in general of both Canton and Mansfield, in which places the deceased was largely interested in business, commercial and manufacturing.  Mr. Harter was president of the banking firm of Geo. D. Harter & Bro. at his home, and was president of the Aultman-Taylor Co. of this city, and also a stockholder in the C. Aultman & Co. at Canton.  In the latter company Mr. Harter assumed the great business responsibility carried on so successfully by the late C. Aultman, whose only daughter is the wife of Mr. Harter.  The deceased would have been 47 years old on next Christmas Day.  The wife and three children survive.  The A.-T. shops of this city closed this morning in his honor and will remain closed until Wednesday morning.  The funeral will take place from his late residence in Canton, Tuesday afternoon.  A number of relatives and employees will attend the funeral from this city.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  13 December 1890, Vol. LXXIII, No. 30]

Harter, Harrison Hicks -- 72Y;  d. 9/29/1955 at Paris, France;  b. 8/28/1883 at Mansfield;  s/o Michael D. & Mary (Brown) Harter;  WWI.  [MNJ 10/1/1955]

Harter, Isaac -- Isaac Harter, sen. partner of Isaac Harter & Sons, Savings Deposit Bank, died in Canton on Sunday morning last of heart disease.  Mr. Harter was attending to business up to the hour of closing the bank on Saturday evening.  He has been in business, mercantile and baking, in that city over forty years, and consequently had and extensive acquaintance.  From poor beginnings owing to his character for integrity and promptness, he amassed quite a fortune.  He was ever alive in the furtherance of the business interests of Canton, and his removal by death will be sensibly felt.  He was aged about sixty-five.  Mr. Harter was the father of Michael Harter of this city and was well known and highly respected by many of our citizens.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  04 March 1876]

Harter, Lottie

Harter, M.D. -- In deference to the wishes and demands of the many friends of Mr. Harter in this city, arrangements have been made for public services which will be held tomorrow at St. Luke's Lutheran Church. Private services will be held at the beautiful Harter residence on Park Avenue West at 11 a.m. The body will be taken to St. Luke's Church, corner of Marion Avenue and Park Avenue West, at 12 o'clock and will lie there in state until 1:45 p.m. Those who desire to see Mr. Harter will have the opportunity at the church and at 1:45 p.m. the casket will be closed. The private services at the residence will be conducted by the Rev. George H. Reen, pastor of St. Luke's Lutheran Church, of which Mr. Harter was a member. The services at the church will begin at 2 p.m. and will be conducted by Rev. Reen, assisted by the Rev. Dr. W.W. Criley of Wooster. At the close of the services at the church, the body will be taken to the Mansfield Cemetery for interment. The pall bearers from the house to the church will be: George Knofflock, George Weidner, James Livingston, John Hunt, Charles Miller, Willis A. Harbeson and Byron Hershey, employees of the Aultman-Taylor Machinery Co. The pall bearers from the church to the cemetery will be: C.B. Jameson, H.M. Weaver, Charles F. Ackerman, John C. Burns, George Brinkerhoff, John F. Stine, Arnold Kallmerten and James Reynolds, business men with whom he had been associated. There is no doubt that the funeral of Mr. Harter tomorrow afternoon will be one of the largest attended that was ever held in Mansfield. Not all of his friends will be there for it would be impossible, but many a man whom he had helped by his counsel and advice, yes, even by money, will stand over his bier and think of his kindness; and as he does so a silent prayer will go up from him, even to be the most skeptical, that Mr. Harter may forever enjoy the reward which he so richly earned. Telegrams of inquiry concerning the funeral are hourly received from out-of-town people and the citizens of the city, one and all, will make preparations to attend the public services at 2 p.m. ** The rest of the page is devoted to further discussion of Mr. Harter's funeral. [RICHLAND SHIELD & BANNER: 29 February 1896, Vol. LXXVIII, No. 42]

Harter, M.D. -- FOSTORIA, Feb. 22 -- Hon. M.D. Harter selected Fostoria as the place in which to end his days for he took his life last night at the house he and Mrs. Harter had furnished for their son Robert, and which has been in charge of Mr. & Mrs. S.M. Knapp, who came here recently from Massillon. Mr. Harter came here Wednesday to look after his business interests in this city. He was apparently in good health and attended a supper given at the Presbyterian Church last night. He appeared to be in the best of spirits. When he retired last night he requested Mrs. Knapp not to call him this morning for breakfast if he did not arise. Mrs. Knapp followed his directions, but when he did not get up in time for dinner she became uneasy about him. It was a shocking sight that greeted the eyes of those who went to Mr. Harter's room. Mr. Harter was lying in bed attired in his night robes, with a 32 caliber revolver clutched in his right hand. A hasty investigation revealed the awful truth. There was a bullet wound in his right temple, the bullet having passed through his head; the blood that had oozed from the wound has dried and his lifeless body was already cold. Neither Mr. & Mrs. Knapp heard a revolver shot during the night but from all indications Mr. Harter had undoubtedly been dead several hours and the tragedy was undoubtedly the gruesome deed of an early hour, presumably soon after midnight. A letter was left upon the dresser addressed to Mrs. Harter but it has not been opened and will not be until Mrs. Harter arrives. ** The rest of the page is devoted to further discussion of Mr. Harter's passing. [RICHLAND SHIELD & BANNER: 29 February 1896, Vol. LXXVIII, No. 42]

Harter, Mary H. -- bur. 9/30/1878 at Mansfield Cem., whooping cough;  1y, 2m, 15d  [Ohio Liberal:  8 January 1879]

Harter, Mathias -- Mathias Harter was born Nov. 28, 1830, died June 25, 1903, aged 71 years, 6 months and 27 days.  He was married to Regina Grauer July 17, 1853, who died in the fall of 1877.  In October 1879 he was married to Hattie Berry, widow of the Rev. Henry Berry.  To this marriage one child was born but died in infancy.  At the age of 30 years he enlisted in the 120th. regiment O.V.V.I., after which being consolidated with the 48th. regiment O.V.V.I., was discharged at Huston, Texas, Oct. 14, 1865, serving 3 years, 2 months and 4 days.  Comrade Harter was a charter member of Samuel Bell Post, No. 536, G.A.R. attending all its meetings when able to attend.  Funeral services were held June 27, at Bunker Hill, conducted by Rev. E.B. Shumaker, pastor for the family, Mr. Harter and his wife having been life-long members of the Methodist Episcopal church.  Peace to his ashes.  [Bellville Messenger:  02 July 1903, Vol. 11, No. 26]

Harter, Mrs. Manuel -- Mrs. Manuel Harter, near Pleasant Hall, died Monday evening at 7 o'clock and was buried Wednesday at 11 o'clock at Four Corners.  --  [Worthington Enterprise:  03 July 1890, Vol. II, No. 32]

Harter, Mrs. Will -- DIED:-- Mrs. Will Harter, of Rudolph, Wood Co., died on May 23, 1894.  She will be brought to Bellville for burial on 5 o'clock train Thursday.  The funeral will take place from the M.E. church at 10 o'clock a.m., Friday.  Interment at Four Corner's Church.  --  [BELLVILLE INDEPENDENT:  24 May 1894, Vol. 7, No. 2]

Harter, Regima -- Independence.  Mrs. Regima Harter, wife of M. Harter, who has been for some time at the insane asylum was brought home Sunday, a corpse.  The remains were interred at St. John's Church near Newville, O.   [Ohio Liberal:  27 March 1878]

Harter, Robert M. -- On Thursday afternoon the ashes of Robert M. Harter, brought here from Kobe, Japan, where he died, were buried in the family lot at the Mansfield Cemetery, following services at the Harter home on Park Avenue West, conducted by the Rev. J.J. Dimon.  Mrs. M.D. Harter and her daughter, Mrs. Anna B. Merrick, of Philadelphia, arrived here Thursday morning.  A number of relatives from Canton, Massillon and Barberton came for the services.  [Loudonville (OH) Advocate:  05 May 1910 as reprinted from the Mansfield News]

Hartford, ---- -- Sunday.  Died, yesterday, of diphtheria, the infant son of Mr. & Mrs. John Hartford, of Vale Avenue.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  24 November 1894, Vol. LXXVII, No. 28]

Hartford, Isaac A. -- Isaac A. Harfford, a middle-aged man, was struck by lightning and instantly killed Friday afternoon.  He has been working for James Tinkey on the farm near Bellville and was cutting wheat when the rain came.  He started to the barn riding one of Mr. Tinkey's horses and he and the horse were both killed as he was riding along.  Mr. Hartford is a widower and his home is near Killbuck.  He and his wife parted some time ago and since then his wife was burned to death in Mansfield while saturating a bed with gasoline.  He has a family of five children at Killbuck.  The body was shipped to Killbuck on No. 4 Saturday for burial.  [Mansfield News:  08 July 1899]

Hartford, James -- Thursday.  A message was received here this morning stating that James Hartford, an employee of the C.A. & C. railroad, was killed in a wreck which occurred in the company's yards at Akron at 2 o'clock this morning.  No particulars could be learned of the matter.  Hartford, who is well known here, lived with his widowed mother, brothers and sisters on North Diamond Street, near the office of the Mansfield Machine Works.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  01 October 1892]

Hartford, Maggie (Turner)  -- A horrible and distressing accident in which Mrs. Maggie Hartford, a domestic employed at the Erie boarding house at 287 North Main Street was so badly burned by an explosion of gasoline that she died this morning about 5:30 o'clock, occurred Sunday morning at 9:30 o'clock at the boarding house.  [portion omitted]  The unfortunate victim of the flames was 33 years of age and has resided in Mansfield for almost eight years.  Her home was formerly at Killbuck.  Her maiden name was Maggie Turner and she has relatives in this city.  Her brother, Mr. Turner, an undertaker at Killbuck, was informed of the death and will take the body to Killbuck for burial.  Isaac Turner, of Killbuck, brother of the deceased, arrived here this forenoon and took the body to Killbuck at 4:36 this afternoon on the B.&O.  The funeral will take place Tuesday afternoon.  Mrs. Hartford leaves three children, two girls and a boy, who are at the home of their grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. Aaron Turner, three miles west of Killbuck.  --  [Mansfield Semi-Weekly News:  04 October 1898, Vol. 14, No. 82]

Hartle, Anna. - Mrs. Anna Hartle, 81, Dies at Daughter’s Home. - Mrs. Anna Katherine Rissler Hartle, 81, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ima Ulmer, 242 Wood street, at 7:30 p.m. Sunday.  Mrs. Hartle was born Jan. 1, 1853, in this county, and married John W. Hartle in 1876  She was the mother of 11 children, seven of whom preceded her in death.  In addition to her husband, she leaves one son, Harry R. Hartle, of New Washington, O.; three daughters, Mrs. W. J. Beer, Mrs. Ima Ulmer and Mrs. David Johns, all of Mansfield; one sister, Mrs. Mary Hoffman of Amoy, O.; eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.  She was a member of the St. John’s Lutheran church of Sulphur Springs, O.  Services will be held at her late home at 1 p.m. Wednesday and at the St. John’s Lutheran church at Sulphur Springs at 2:45 p.m., in charge of Rev. Herbert W. Veler, pastor of the First Lutheran church, Mansfield, who will be assisted by Rev Baker of the Sulphur Springs church.  Interment will be at the Union cemetery, Sulphur Springs.  Submitted by Jean and Faye.  [The Mansfield News-Journal:  Monday, April 23, 1934]


Hartley, ---- -- bur. 1/9/1878 at Mansfield Cem., premature birth   [Ohio Liberal:  06 February 1878] 


Hartley, Edna P.
- Mansfield.  Edna P. Hartley, 87, of 1755 Kenmore Drive died early this morning in Winchester Nursing Home following an extended illness.  Funeral arrangements are incomplete with Wappner Funeral Directors.  Submitted by Linda and Shirley.  Typed by Mary Anderson.  [Mansfield News Journal: 05 July 1990, Pg. 8A]

Hartley, Mrs. J.J. (nee McSherry)

Hartman, A. -- -- SHELBY -- Of deaths -- Henry A. Chamberlain, son-in-law of Dr. W.R. Bridu, born in Grand Isle, Vermont, September 16, 1846, died 9:16 p.m. February 18, 1884, aged 37 years, 5 months and 2 days. He died at Toledo and was brought home for interment in the Oakland Cemetery on the 23d. inst. On the same day, at Crestline, James Harvey Burgert, son-in-law of John Foy, born August 28, 1852, died 10 a.m. February 23d., 1884. A. Hartman of Crestline, O., son-in-law of William Douglass, killed by the cars on P., Ft.W. & C. R.R. at Canton on the 22d. The interment in Oakland Cemetery of the remains of Mrs. Saunders, of Springfield Twp., took place also on the 23d. -- [THE MANSFIELD HERALD: 28 February 1884, Vol. 34, No. 15]
 

Hartman, Abbie Whisler -- MRS HARTMAN IS TAKEN BY DEATH  -- Well Known Mansfield Woman Dies In Columbus Hospital Monday -- Mrs. Abbie Whisler Hartman, wife of Henry P. Hartman, of 142 East Third street, died at White Cross hospital, Columbus, at 11:15 o’clock Monday morning.  Death was due to illness with pneumonia which followed a goiter operation.  Mrs. Hartman was born in Loudonville Jan 13, 1878 and came to Mansfield 35 years ago.  She was married to Henry P. Hartman on Dec 7,  1896.  She is survived by her husband, one son Roy J. Hartman;  three daughters, Mrs. Clarence Oaks, Mrs. Albert Murphy and Miss Helen Hartman, all of Mansfield;  two brothers, John Whisler, of Mansfield, Frank Whistler of Loudonville; and two sisters,   Mrs. Andrew Meeting,  of Mansfield, and Mrs. Joseph Boyle, of Mt. Vernon.  The body was removed to the Wappner mortuary Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning was taken to the family home.  Funeral services are to be held at St. Peter’s Catholic church Wednesday morning at 9:30   o’clock.  Burial will be made  in the Mansfield Catholic cemetery.  Submitted by Sally.  [Mansfield News:  10 July 1928, p. 2]

Hartman, Abbie Whisler -- Mrs. Henry P., aged 50 years, of 142 East Third street, died July 9 at White Cross hospital, Columbus.  Funeral Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at  St. Peter’s Catholic church.  Burial in Mansfield Catholic Cemetery.  Submitted by Sally.  [Mansfield News:  10 July 1928, p. 15]

Hartman, Albert -- D. Hartman yesterday received a telegram from Atlanta, Ga., announcing the death of his son, Albert Hartman, at a small place near that city yesterday morning.  The telegram did not give any of the particulars of the death, but stated that a letter of explanation would follow.  The remains were immediately expressed to this city.  Mr. Hartman, the deceased, was about 23 years old and was well known here, having been in the employ of the Baxter Stove Company for some time.  He has been in the south for several years and at the time of his death was engaged in starting in business for himself.  The remains will arrive in the city tomorrow afternoon or Saturday morning and will be immediately interred in the Mansfield Cemetery.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  03 October 1891, Vol. LXXIV, No. 19]

Hartman, Albert -- Monday.  D. Hartman was today appointed administrator of the estate of his son, Albert Hartman, who died in Georgia.  Mr. Harmtan says his son owned some real estate in Tennessee, the exact location of which he does not know.  He will leave for Georgia in a few days to settle up the matter.   [Richland Shield & Banner:  10 October 1891, Vol. LXXIV, No. 20]

Hartman, Ann -- 61Y;  d. 5/24/1954 at Mansfield Gen. Hosp.;  b. at Newark, NJ;  w/o Elek (d. 1921);  mem. B'nai Jacob congregation (Mansfield)  [Mansfield News Journal:  24 May 1954]

Hartman, Christopher -- Christopher Hartman, a well known resident of Richland County, died at his home in Crestline, Tuesday morning, of dropsy, at the age of 80 years.  Mrs. Henry G. Ackerman, of this city, is a daughter of the deceased.  A number of Mansfield people will attend the funeral services, which will be held Thursday at 2:30 p.m., from the family residence in Crestline.  [Mansfield News:  26 July 1899]

Hartman, Daniel -- Policeman Daniel Hartman, the Crestline officer who was seriously shot by burglars on the morning of September 26th., died at 11:20 this forenoon from the effects of the wound in his breast, which had been giving him a great deal of trouble.  It was thought for a time that Mr. Hartman would recover, but complications set in which resulted in his death at the hour above stated.  Mr. Hartman leaves a wife and eight children to mourn the loss of a husband and father.  The deceased was a brother of ex-Policeman Hartman, of this city and a brother-in-law of Henry Ackerman.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner (Mansfield, Richland Co., Ohio):  04 November 1893, Vol. LXXVI, No. 24]

Hartman, Edna -- Death claimed Mrs. Edna Hartman this morning at 6 o'clock at the home of Mrs. E.H. Leinard, No. 68 E. Fourth Street at the age of 21 years.  The deceased is survived by her husband, and infant son, mother, Mrs. Jeremiah Mackley and five sisters, Mrs. Lawrence Moffett, Chicago;  Mrs. Thos. Tait of Washington, Ind., Mrs. Elza Leinard, Mrs. Eugene Craig and Miss Nellie Mackley of this city.  The funeral services will be conducted Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from No. 68 E. Fourth Street conducted by Rev. J.J. Dimon and Rev. R.H. Edmonds.  [Mansfield (OH) Daily Shield: 20 March 1909]

Hartman, Elizabeth A. -- d. 6/30/1868 at Richland Co.;  33y, 2m, 20d;  b. Richland Co.;  d/o Frederick Switzer & wife;  white;  res. Richland Co.  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hartman, Florence -- d. 9/22/1872 at Mansfield;  3y, 1m;  b. Mansfield;  white;  cause - whooping cough;  res. Mansfield - 3rd. Ward  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hartman, Frank O. -- 77Y;  d. 6/17/1954 at Mansfield Gen. Hosp.;  b. 5/15/1877 at Mansfield;  s/o Dominikus & Barbara (Bowers) Hartman;  mem. Mansfield Lodge 35, F. & A.M.;  bur. Mansfield Cem.  [Mansfield News Journal:  17 June 1954]

Hartman, George -- Saturday.  George Hartman, the boy injured at the Children's Home yesterday, died from internal injuries at 6 o'clock last evening, seven and one-half hours after being injured.  The funeral will take place from the Home Sunday, Rev. H.L. Wiles officiating.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  17 August 1889, Vol. LXXII, No. 13]  The account of this accident also appeared in the Friday column of the same paper, as follows:  Geo. Hartman, the 10-year-olld son of Bill Hartman, who is an inmate of the Children's Home, was seriously injured on the grounds of that institution this morning.  He was holding a horse and had fastened the strap to his wrist when the animal became frightened and ran around the grounds, dragging the boy with him.  The boy was seriously injured and is at present lying in an unconscious state in the hospital of the Home.  Dr. Francis has been to see the injured boy twice since the time of the accident, 10:30 a.m.  

Hartman, George -- About half-past ten Friday morning a terrible accident occurred at the children's home.  George Hartman, aged about 10 years, son of Ex-Policeman Wm. Hartman, was given a horse, just taken from a coal wagon, to hold while it ate grass on the lawn.  The boy soon got tired and fastened the halter strap around his left hand and lay down on the grass.  The horse started to run and dragged the boy along by the arm.  Being unable to extricate himself the boy was jerked as high as four feet off of the ground for over a distance of six or eight hundred feet.  The horse kicked but it is thought did not strike the boy.  At last the strap broke and the boy was released.  Dr. Francis was summoned by telephone while the boy was being taken into the house.  The doctor arrived within 15 minutes after the accident and found the boy unconscious.  There are probably no broken bones, but the boy is badly injured internally.  His shoulder is bruised into a jelly and there is also concussion of the brain.  The boy's breathing is very labored and the gurgling noise of the air making bubbles in the blood in his lungs is very apparent.  The chances of the boy's recovery are very small.  Mrs. Hartman was summoned shortly after the accident and was at her child's bedside all afternoon.  The father was sent for, he being at work two miles east of Shelby.  At 6:00 the boy died, after being unconscious for seven and a half hours.  No blame attaches to any one for the accident, as the horse was very quiet one and the boy was very large for his age.  [Mansfield Herald:  15 August 1889, Vol. 39, No. 39]

Hartman, George - 1895

Hartman, George Sr.  -- Jackson Township.  George Hartman, Sr., an old pioneer, 80 years of age, was buried at the Mt. Bethel Church last week.  Services conducted by the Rev. Shillenbarger of the Reformed church.  --  [Mansfield Weekly News:  03 November 1887, Vol. 3, No. 51]

Hartman, Gracie Valetta

Hartman, Guy -- 71Y;  d. 8/15/1954 at Lakeside, OH - heart attack;  Minister;  b. 10/30/1882 at Wayne Co., OH;  h/o Ora Bale (8/2/1911)  [Mansfield News Journal:  17 August 1954]

Hartman, Henry -- bur. 12/13/1875 at Mansfield Cem.;  6d  [Richland Shield & Banner:  15 January 1876]

Hartman, Howard Harrison -- Died.  Howard Harrison Hartman, son of Mr. & Mrs. George Hartman, died May 4th., 1892, aged 3 months and 22 days.  <<poetry omitted>>   [Richland Shield & Banner:  21 May 1892]

Hartman, Jessie -- d. 2/1885, paralysis;  6y, 6m, 19d;  bur. Mansfield Cem.   [Mansfield Herald:  07 January 1886]

Hartman, Mary Ellen – Funeral services of Mrs. Mary Ellen Hartman will be held from the home of her daughter, Mrs. James L. Gatton Tuesday afternoon at 3 o’clock conducted by the Rev. W. A. Thrutchley with burial in the Mansfield cemetery. Submitted by Linda & Shirley. Transcribed by K. Stentzel. [Mansfield News Journal: 5 Oct 1925, p. 12]

Hartman, Mrs. Christopher  -- Thursday.  Mrs. Christopher Hartman, mother-in-law of Henry Ackerman, Sr., died at Shelby very suddenly Sunday night of heart disease.  The funeral was held in Crestline yesterday and a large number of friends followed the remains to the cemetery.  Mrs. Hartman was aged 62 years.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  26 January 1889, Vol. LXXI, No. 36]

Hartman, Sallie -- d. 2/1885, diphtheria;  3y, 6m, 22d;  bur. Mansfield Cem.   [Mansfield Herald:  07 January 1886]

Hartman, Sallie

Hartman, Samuel  -- DIED, At his late residence in Jackson Township, Sunday, October 23 [28], Samuel Hartman, father of John F. Hartman, and a pioneer of the county.  --  [Mansfield Weekly News:  27 October 1887, Vol. 3, No. 50]

Hartman, Sarah -- Bellville.  Mrs. Sarah Hartman died Jan. 2nd. at her home three miles south of town, aged 59 years.  She was stricken and paralysis four weeks ago and was helpless from that time.  The funeral took place from her late home on Tuesday, the services being conducted by Rev. Isaac Leedy.  [Bellville Star:  05 January 1888, Vol. 11, No. 15]

Hartnett, Edward J. -- d. 4/18/1958 at Woodlawn Nursing Home, Mansfield; 81Y; native of St. Catherine's, Canada  [MNJ 4/18/1958]

Hartung, Samuel E. -- Samuel E. Hartung, of No. 295, Glessner Avenue, died Sunday night at 11:30 o'clock, aged 32 years.  He had been a sufferer from a stroke of paralysis since the first of July.  Funeral Wednesday at 10 a.m. from the Christian church.  --  [Semi-Weekly News (Mansfield):  15 March 1898, Vol. 14, No. 21]

Hartung, Samuel E. -- Samuel E. Hartung died March 13 of apoplexy, aged 32 years, one month and 24 days.  He was a brother of Mrs. Daniel Wertman, who lives north of Mansfield.  --  [Semi-Weekly News (Mansfield):  22 March 1898, Vol. 14, No. 23]

Hartupee, Clara -- Tuesday.  Clara Hartupee, wife of J.H. Hartupee, died at her home at Coronado, Cal., Tuesday, March 22nd.  The remains were brought to Loudonville, March 29th., for burial at McKay.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  02 April 1892]

Hartupee, William -- Mr. William Hartupee died at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. Miller Carter, on Thursday last at the ripe age of 88 years. Mr. Hartupee came to Richland County in the year 1822, and for the last 65 years of his life was a resident of Springfield Township. He was the father of Rev. G.H. Hartupee, of the M.E. Church, now located at Millersburg. The funeral occurred on Friday evening, the remains being interred at Ontario. -- [THE MANSFIELD HERALD: 21 August 1884, Vol. 34, No. 40]

Hartupee, William -- Mr. Wm. Hartupee died at the residence of his son-in-law, Miller Carter, on the morning of the 14th. inst. Mr. Hartupee was one of the pioneers of Springfield township, having settled there in 1829, and was long and prominently connected, with all its interests, and was well known throughout the county.  He was in his 89th. year.  [Ohio Liberal:  20 August 1884, Vol. 12, No. 19]

Hartupee, William -- Mr. Wm. HARTUPEE died at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. Miller CARTER, on Thursday last at the ripe age of 88 years. Mr. HARTUPEE came to Richland County in the year 1822, and for the last 65 years of his life was a resident of Springfield Township. He was the father of Rev. G. H. HARTUPEE, of the M. E. church, now located at Millersburg. The funeral occurred on Friday evening, the remains being interred at Ontario.  Submitted by Mike.  [SHIELD HERALD:  21 August 1884]


Hartz, Beatrice M
. - Shelby - Beatrice M. Robinson Hartz, 74, formerly of 6 Myers Avenue, died Tuesday morning in Crestwood Care Center in Shelby.  She was born Sept. 23, 1916, in Cleveland to Floyd and Erna Nilsson Robinson.  She was the former co-owner of the Style Shop in Shelby.  She was a member of the First Christian Church in Shelby and the Greenwich Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star.  Mrs. Hartz was a former member of the Shelby Chamber of Commerce where she served on the first Chamber planning commission.  She was a  past recipient of the Woman of the Year Award given by the Business and Professional Womens Club of Shelby.  Surviving  are a daughter, Linda Gwirtz of Shelby, a son Edwin "Butch" Hartz of Pottstown, Pa; six grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles, in 1979;  a son, Charles, in 1984 and a brother, Nelson Robinson.  Calling hours will be Thursday from 3 to 6 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Turner Funeral Home, where services will be held Friday at 10:30 a.m. by her pastor, the Rev. C. Reid Miller.  Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery.  Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Foundation or the Shelby Public Health League in care of the funeral home.  Submitted by Linda and Shirley.  [Mansfield News Journal:  23 January 1991]

Harvey, ----

Harvey, Anna  -- ANNA HARVEY was born in Lexington, O., Feb. 7, l850 and died at 5:30 a.m., Dec. 8, l899; aged 49 years, l0 months and l day.  She came to Davis City in l854 and remained here until her death, with the exception of one year and a half spent in Kansas.  She was converted at the age of twelve years under the preaching of Rev. Lee Miller, of the U.B. Church, of which church she was a devout and faithful member.  She has been a great, though patient sufferer with cancer for more than two years.  She was married to DANIEL GUTHRIE, Feb. 28, l878, and to this union six children were born, four of whom, LULU MAY, GOLDA GERTRUDE, EMMA JANE and ROSCOE LEROY, with their father, survive her.  The funeral services were held at the home by Rev. A.H. Rusk at l0 a.m. Sunday, Dec. l0, l899; and the body laid to rest in the Davis City Cemetery.  Besides her husband and children, she leaves a father and mother, and many relatives and friends to mourn her loss.  Submitted by Deborah;  Originally copied by Nancee (McMurtrey) Seifert, October 8, 2003, https://sites.rootsweb.com/~iadecatu  [The Davis City Advance, Davis City, Iowa, Thursday, December 14, 1899]

Harvey, Anna -- CARD OF THANKS.  We desire to thank the friends who so kindly assisted us through the sickness and death of our beloved wife and mother.  -- DANIEL GUTHRIE and FAMILY.  Submitted by Deborah:  Originally copied by Nancee (McMurtrey) Seifert, October 8, 2003, https://sites.rootsweb.com/~iadecatu  [The Davis City Advance, Davis City, Iowa, Thursday, December 14, 1899]

Harvey, Caroline

Harvey, Henry Howard -- DIED -- Near Ganges, O., Oct. 2nd., HENRY HOWARD HARVEY, aged 6 years, 4 months and 7 days. -- [THE MANSFIELD HERALD: 18 October 1883, Vol. 33, No. 48]

Harvey, John -- John Harvey died at his home, 135 North Main Street, at 6 o'clock this morning, after an illness of about four weeks, death resulting from an aggravated attack of la grippe.  Mr. Harvey had been very ill for the past week, his life was despaired of and all hopes had been given up for some time.  The deceased was born in London, England, in May, 1819.  He resided in London until about the year 1840, when he removed to his country, and in 1847 he came to this city and engaged in the cracker business, but from which he has long since retired.  He was a man of strong character and generous disposition, and was respected and loved by all who knew him.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  30 March 1895, Vol. LXXVII, No. 46] 

Harvey, Paul -- Died, at Colfax, Washington, Friday October 31, Paul, only son of Dr. B.F. Harvey, formerly of this city, aged about seven years.  [Mansfield Herald:  20 November 1890, Vol. 41, No. 1]

Hasenzahl, Christian

Hashfield, Edward -- d. 12/23/1870 at Mansfield, spasms;  1m, 7d;  b. Mansfield;  res.  3rd. Ward Mansfield  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Haskell, G.C. -- bur. 1/15/1876 at Mansfield Cem.;  36y, 7m, 26d;  res. Loudonville, OH  [Richland Shield & Banner:  13 January 1877]

Haskell, George C. -- Mr. George C. Haskell, banker of Loudonville, died in that place on Sunday last, aged 36 years, and was buried with the full honors of Odd Fellowship in the Mansfield Cemetery on Tuesday last, leaving a devoted wife, an infant daughter and several brothers and sisters to mourn their loss.  He was born in Royalton, Windsor Co., Vermont, emigrated to Wisconsin in his youth, and in 1870 became a partner in the Banking House of his uncle, Nathaniel Haskell, at whose death he came in possession of and assumed full control of the Bank.  He had been ailing for nearly a year, and the best medical skill failing to benefit him, early in life and in the midst of usefulness he was called home.  he was an honored member of the Order Of Odd Fellows, and also of the Masonic Order, and a number of his brethren in these Lodges from Mansfield, Lucas and Perrysville attended his funeral.  Rev. Mr. Siegfried, of the Baptist church of Loudonville, conducted the services, assisted by Assistant Chaplain Dr. Wirt, at he clothing services at the cemetery.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  22 January 1876]

Hass, Elizabeth

Hass, John Christian -- John Christian Hass, a former well known Plymouth farmer, but who for several years has been a resident of Shelby, died at his home in the above place last Wednesday, following an extended illness of nearly three years.  About three years ago he suffered a stroke of paralysis and since that time his health had gradually failed.  The direct cause of his death was cardiac dropsy.  The funeral services were held Friday morning at 10 o'clock at the family home on Second Street, Shelby, and were conducted by Rev. J.H. Neuhauser, pastor of the Lutheran church.  The body was brought to Plymouth where interment was made in Greenlawn Cemetery.  John Christian Hass was born in Germany, May 24, 1850, and was aged 65 years, 3 months and 1 day at the time of his death.  He came to this country with his parents, when he was a small boy, and since that time had been a resident of Richland County.  He had lived on a farm near Plymouth for 25 years then moved to a farm near Shiloh where he resided a short time, going to Shelby three years ago.  --  [Plymouth Advertiser: 04 September 1915, Vol. 62, No. 41]

Hassenzahl, Catherine -- Mrs. Catherine Hassenzahl died at the residence of Mr. George Hutzelman, No. 10 Newville Road, at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening.  The deceased was 89 years of age, and has lived here over 30 years.  The funeral takes place Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the residence of Mr. Hutzelman.  [Mansfield Herald:  15 April 1886]

Hassinger, Clement V. -- 80Y;  d. 8/24/1955 at Mansfield Gen. Hosp.;  former sheriff of Ashland Co., OH;  b. 5/13/1875 at Ashland Co., OH;  h/o Mary;  bur. Greenlawn Cem., Perrysville.  [MNJ 8/25/1955]
 

Hassinger, Henry D. --Lucas.   Henry D. Hassinger.  Last week sad news reached this vicinity in the death of Henry D. Hassinger, while at Lucas.  He was subject to heart failure and fell at Charles store, striking his head very seriously against something on Oct 4, and at 9 o'clock he became unconscious and remained so until 7 o'clock Monday evening when he passed away.  He enlisted in the 120th regiment during the civil war and served until its close.  He was 61 years  and was well respected in the vicinity in which he lived.  The funeral service was conducted by Rev. F.B. Helbert.  Those from a distance were his sister, Mrs. Romina Moody, and his nephew, William Troxel, both of Deland, Illinois.  Mr. Hassinger was buried in the grave-yard at Shambaugh's School house last Thursday, Oct 9.  A large crowd was in attendance.  Submitted by anonymous (Mansfield News 15 Oct 1902)

Hassinger, Jacob -- d. 1/4/1873 at Monroe Twp.;  61y, 10m, 26d;  married;  b. Pennsylvania;  tanner;  white;  res. Monroe Township [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hassinger, Ruby G. -- 41Y;  d. 2/13/1955 at Mansfield Gen. Hosp.;  b. 6/2/1913 at Ashland Co., OH;  d/o Paul & Carrie (Garn) Garst;  w/o Howard M. (m. 11/25/1936);  bur. Ankenytown Cem., near Jeromesville, OH  [MNJ 2/14/1955]

Hasten, Lauhetta -- Shelby.  Miss Lauhetta Hasten, 19 years of age, died at her home, five miles west of town, last Monday.  [Semi-Weekly News:  19 March 1897, Vol. 13, No. 23]

Hastings, Frank -- Mrs. H.O. Hollister, No. 81 West Fifth Street, received a telegram this morning stating her brother, Frank Hastings, of McKees Rocks, Pa., had been killed in a railroad accident.  The dispatch did not state how the accident happened but as <<remainder of article missing from my copy>>  [Mansfield Shield:  13 February 1914]

Hastings, John -- Monday.  John Hastings, aged 21 years, died Sunday morning at 10 o'clock at his home, 275 N. Diamond Street, of inflammation of the lungs.  The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  01 December 1894, Vol. LXXVII, No. 29]

Hastings, Robert -- Monday.  Robt. Hastings, aged 27 years, son of Mrs. Mary Hastings, of Johns Street [Mansfield], died at New York, Saturday morning.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  06 January 1894, Vol. LXXVI, No. 34]

Hatfield, Mary -- HATFIELD -- In this city on the morning of the 11th. inst., Mrs. Mary Hatfield, mother of Mrs. George W. Waring, aged 88 years.   The deceased was a resident of Mansfield for about 64 years.  The funeral took place from the residence of George W. Waring, Friday afternoon.  [Ohio Liberal:  17 September 1884, Vol. 12, No. 23]

Hatfield, Mary Roop -- Mrs. Mary Hatfield died Thursday, September 11th., 1884, at 9½ o'clock a.m. in the 88th. year of her age. The funeral took place from the residence of George Waring, No. 15 East Market Street, at 4 o'clock p.m., Friday, September 12th. Mrs. Hatfield was born in Hagerstown, Maryland, in February, 1797. Her father was a physician and a man of some renown in Germany, and was highly esteemed as a useful citizen after coming to this country. Mrs. Hatfield came when a child from Hagerstown to Canton in this State, and removed to Mansfield sixty-four years ago. Having married Mr. Roop, she reared two children, both of whom now survive her. Her daughter, Mrs. Waring, in whose home she had most faithful care, and Mr. Roop, who is still a citizen of this place. Some years after Mr. Roop's death which was in 1831, she was married to Mr. Hatfield in Canton, but again settled in Mansfield. Mrs. Hatfield was a woman of unusual health knowing much of sorrow and care and toil, but greatly sustained by strength of body through it all. One remarkable peculiarity about her was that she never lost her eyesight. Mrs. Hatfield attained a rare age. She was born three years before Washington died; was budding into maturity during the war of 1812, and was a woman grown when the battle of Waterloo was fought. She had attained almost to the average limit of human life before railways were used, and lived as long before steam navigation as she did after, and to a still greater age before telegraphs were used. Her religious life and character from her youth to her death was one of uninterrupted fervency. Her parents were members of the Lutheran Church and people of devout character. She brought a letter from Canton and united with the Congregational Church of this place not long after its organization, and was the oldest person connected with the church. She is remembered by many, who have long walked in the church with her, as being peculiarly faithful to its duties. She was always in her place at church services and during church prayer meetings, until the few last years when infirmities had come upon her. After she had forgotten other things she retained her memory of the church and its worship, and to the very last she sung the old familiar songs. During the present pastorate she has been constantly referred to as one of the faithful mothers in the church. She was unostentatious and uncomplaining even when called to bear many ills and many losses. She was unwearying in doing for others and her unselfish spirit will long be treasured by those who knew her. -- [THE MANSFIELD HERALD: 18 September 1884, Vol. 34, No. 44]

Hathaway, Frank -- Died, on Sunday, October 24th., Frank Hathaway in the 22nd. year of his age.  The funeral services took place on Tuesday afternoon and were conducted by Elder S.J. White.  --  [Bellville Star:  28 October 1886, Vol. 10, No. 5]

Hathaway, Robert B. -- d. 3/29/1955 at Mansfield Gen. Hosp.;  b. 4/2/1874 at Grantsville, WV;  s/o William & Martha (Bell) Hathaway;  h/o Lee Ona Poling  [MNJ 3/29/1955]

Hathaway, Simean -- Bellville.  Mr. Simean Hathaway died on Friday morning, Dec. 23rd., 1887, aged 59 years, 9 months and 10 days.  The deceased was born in Knox Co., Ohio, March 13, 1829 was married to Miss Mary Dausey, Sept. 11, 1851.  He united with the church of Christ in the winter of 1858, and lived a consistent Christian life until his death.  The funeral took place from his late residence on Sunday at 2 o'clock, the services being conducted by Rev. John Kelly.  --  [Bellville Star:  29 December 1887, Vol. 11, No. 14]

Hauck, Henry -- bur. 11/25/1878 at Mansfield Cem., dropsy;  42y, 8m  [Ohio Liberal:  8 January 1879]

Hauck, Henry -- Henry Hauck, a late proprietor of one of the worst dens in this city, died Monday of this week and was buried yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  At one time he was considered to be pretty well off in this world's goods, but became involved and terminated his life by drinking.  [Ohio Liberal:  27 November 1878]

Hauenstein, Ruth E. -- Mansfield - Former Mansfielder Ruth E. Hauenstein, 79, of 413 State Ave. N.E. Massillon, died Friday morning in Massillon Community Hospital following an extended illness.  She was born July 22, 1911, in Mansfield to Charles and Ida Nickles Lindecker and had lived in Massillon since 1974.  She was a member of St. John's United Church of Christ  and Chapter of Eastern Star in Mansfield and had been an advisor to the Order of Rainbow Girls. She also was a member of the Massillon Women's Club, American Association of Retired Persons, the Questers Club of North Canton, a former president of the Massillon Community Hospital Auxiliary and a former chairperson of TWIG 2.  Surviving are her husband, Oren M. Hauenstein, whom she married November 16, 1974; a daughter, Sharon Ferguson of Howard; a stepdaughter, Sherry Ketter of Massillon; three step-sons, Greg Fisher of Galion, Leslie Hauenstein of Bellville and Kim Hauenstein of Arizona; 11 step-grandchildren; two step-great-great-grandchildren; and a sister, Nellie Bolen of Ashland.  She was preceded in death by husbands Gerald Ferguson in 1959 and Durwood Fisher in 1973.  Calling hours will be Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Spidell Funeral Home in Mount Eaton, where the Hadassah Chapter of Order of the Eastern Star will hold services at 4:45 p.m. Friends also may call one hour prior to services which will be held Monday at 11 a.m. at the funeral home by Rev. Mark Steiner. Burial will be in Westlawn Cemetery in Mount Eaton.  Submitted by Gary.  [Mansfield News Journal:  __ February 1991]

Haun, Dorcas A.

Haun, John

Haun, Sarah -- d. 2/22/1872 of spinal fever at Mansfield;  45y;  b. Louden Co., VA;  housekeeper;  res. 2nd. Ward Mansfield  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Hauserman, Lena. -Mrs. Lena Hauserman, widow of Philip Hauserman, 53 Florence avenue, died Saturday morning at 11:35 o’clock after an extended illness with a complication of diseases, at the age of 60 years.  She was a member of the First Methodist church and is survived by three sons, W. Frank, Tracy and Vernon F., and one daughter, Elizabeth A. Hauserman, all of this city, also one grandchild and four brothers, Peter, George and Philip Redding, of Ashland, and William Redding, of Denver, Col.  Submitted by Faye and Jean  [The Mansfield News:  Saturday, September 10, 1910]

Hautzenroeder, ---- -- An infant son of Mr. & Mrs.. Albert Hautzenroeder was buried Friday morning.  [Mansfield (OH) Daily Shield:  14 May 1909]

Hautzenroeder, Dr. Leonard A. "Hautzie"

Haverfield, Clara R. 

Haverfield, Jane -- Miss Jane Haverfield, 80 years of age, died at her home, eight miles north of the city, Friday at 1 p.m. of gangrene, Miss Haverfield died on the farm where she was born.  The funeral services were held this afternoon at Franklin Church.   [Mansfield News:  22 July 1899]

Haverfield, Joseph -- Joseph HAVERHILL died Friday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at his home in Weller Township after a long illness. He was born Feb 20, 1831, on the farm on which he had lived all of his life except three years when he was with the army in the civil war. (He) enlisted in Company M, Second O.V.C. in 1861... and was mustered out of service Sep. 17, 1864. His wife died in 1896. (Survivors): children, Allen HAVERFIELD of Jackson Township; A.M. HAVERFIELD of Berg, ND; Miss Elizabeth HAVERFIELD of Mr Vernon; Mrs. Rhoda PUGH of Bowman Street; Mrs. Emma JOHNSON and Mrs. Cynthia STOLL of Seattle; and Mrs. Nettie PITTINGER, with whom Mr. HAVERFIELD made his home.  Submitted by Bill.  [MANSFIELD NEWS:  15 March 1913, p. 4]

Haverfield, Mrs. W.C. (nee McMillen) -- Monday.  Mrs. W.C. Haverfield, a sister of Alex McMillen, who suicided at the jail Saturday night, died t her home at Windsor early this morning.  Mrs. Haverfield had been suffering with nervous prostration for some time and for a week past had been unconscious.   [Richland Shield & Banner:  28 May 1892]

Haverstack, Mrs. -- LEXINGTON -- Mrs. Haverstack died Thursday morning.  She had been sick for a long time and her death was hourly expected for the past three days.  A husband and eight children mourn their loss of a patient truehearted mother and wife.  The funeral services were held at the family residence on Main Street., Saturday at 2 p.m.  Rev. G. Benaugh, officiating.  --  [BELLVILLE INDEPENDENT:  25 October 1894, Vol. 7, No. 24]

Haverstick, Harvey

Hawk, John -- John Hawk, aged 77 years, a prominent retired farmer of Sharon township, who had made his home in Shelby for the past fifteen years died yesterday afternoon of paralysis in the office of Dr. A. M. Zebold in Shelby, where he was taken after having been stricken while walking on the street. He was actively engaged in farming for 34 years and owned four farms south of Shelby. Submitted by klynn. [Mansfield News: September 24, 1913, pg 3]

Hawk, Mrs. William -- Shelby.  Mrs. William Hawk died Monday of typhoid fever.  She lived about two miles south of town.  Funeral was held Tuesday.  --  [Mansfield Semi-Weekly News:  16 September 1898, Vol. 14, No. 77]

Hawk, Mrs. William -- Mrs. Wm. Hawk, of near Shelby who died at a Cleveland hospital, Wednesday, was brought home Wednesday evening for burial.  Mrs. Hawk went to Cleveland one week ago Tuesday and was operated on the next day, an 18 pound tumor being removed.  It was thought Mrs. Hawk was getting along nicely as she rallied from the operation so well.  Her death is a great shock to her many friends.  Mrs. Hawk is survived by her husband and two children, one a baby only a week old which was born at the hospital.  The funeral arrangements have not yet been made.  [Mansfield (OH) Daily Shield:  25 February 1909]

Hawk, William -- William Hawk, an old and highly respected citizen of this township, died on Sunday evening last.  He has been one of the most active, energetic business farmers in this section of the county for many years, and accumulated a fine fortune by industry, economy and good management, owning over five hundred acres of choice farming land, well improved, within a few miles of Shelby, at the time of his death.  During all his dealings, amounting to thousands of dollars, we have never once heard his honor or integrity impeached;  and as a prominent member of the Reformed Church, he has for many years well sustained his Christian profession.  Intimately connected in business with him, we feel the loss of a friend, and seriously regret, that not fearing his departure so soon, we deferred a friendly visit to one so highly esteemed until it was too late.  His disease was a singular one.  A swelling commenced some months ago on his neck, which unlike a tumor, extended over his whole body, resulting in death, much sooner than was expected by many.  He leaves a widow, and a number of children, all, who arrived at years of maturity, and able to care for themselves;  thus, though he might have been a useful member of society for years to come, he came to his grave, like a shock of corn in its season, well matured for the harvest.  [Shelby Independent News: 20 November 1873, Vol. 6, No. 4]

Hawk, William -- William Hawk was born in Lebanon County, Pa., January 7th., 1813, died near Shelby, Ohio, November 16th., 1873, aged 60 years, 10 months and 9 days.  Mr. Hawk was for many years a resident of Franklin County, Pa.  From thence he came to Richland County, Ohio, in the year 1851, having resided at his late home during a period of 21 years.  By diligence and integrity he gathered as his own, many broad acres of earth, being at the time of his death one of the wealthiest farmers in our county.  In the business circles with which he was connected, and among his neighbors, many have remarked, he will be greatly missed.  So also in his large family, and with the widow, for less than a year his companion.  He was twice married, his first wife having preceded him to the future life about seven years.  In early life he was confirmed a member of the Reformed Church.  He stood connected with the Church at Shelby since its organization, having contributed to the erection of the building, and as liberally as any to repeated repairs and furnishing of later years.  His attendance upon public worship was regular, especially so the more recent years of his life.  Until about six months ago his health and general vigor promised a long continuation of life.  This hope was however delusive, as he was strangely afflicted with dry cancer, an unusually malady, which was soon declared incurable.  Seeing that his earthly life must soon close, he deliberately settled, so far as possible, his large estate, arranging for its distribution among his children.  As a business man, he loved the world, but declared in the early part of his affliction, "farewell vain world".  On the last Saturday evening of his life, he said to his Pastor, "all I have of this world does me no good now."  And with the last grasp of our hand in a long farewell said, "pray for me" and added "the prayer of the righteous availeth much".  On Sabbath afternoon the long desired relief from suffering came, as the once busy life closed his earthly toil.  Funeral services were held in the Reformed Church on the 18th. inst., and after service his mortal remains consigned to rest in Oakland Cemetery.  His funeral was very numerously attended, by his neighbors, members of the church, and an unusually large number of business men with whom he was long in honorable intercourse.  -- N.H.L.  [Shelby Independent News: 27 November 1873, Vol. 6, No. 5]

Hawkins, ---- -- The infant child Mr. & Mrs.. F.M. Hawkins, died at the home at 122 Lexington Avenue last night.  The burial was held this morning.  [Mansfield Daily Shield:  17 December 1912]

Hawkins, ---- -- d. 10/1885, stillborn;  bur. Mansfield Cemetery  [Mansfield Herald:  07 January 1886]

Hawkins, Adolph Noble -- 34Y;  d. 11/1955 en route to Mansfield Gen. Hosp.;  b. 10/24/1921 at Beltona, WV;  h/o Norma;  bur. Mansfield Cem.  [MNJ 11/29/1955]

Hawkins, Frank Jr. -- 52Y;  d. 4/15/1954 at Mansfield Gen. Hosp.;  b. 12/29/1901 at Henning, TN;  h/o Gertrude;  bur. Mansfield Cem.  [MNJ 4/16/1954]

Hawkins, Ralph -- SHILOH - Ralph Hawkins, 55, of 15 Pearl St., died Thursday, Aug. 9, 2001, at James Cancer Center in Columbus.  Born September 18, 1945 in Tiffin, he had lived in Shiloh since 1965.  He worked for Sprint Telephone Company in Mansfield, was a member of I.B.E.W. Union Local 688 in Mansfield, and was a former member of the Cass Bloominggrove Fire Department in Shiloh.  Surviving are his wife of 36 years, Lois Hawkins; sons, Richard Hawkins of Ashburn, Va., and Steven Hawkins of Linden, N.J., and son and daughter-in-law Michael and Debbie Hawkins of Hamilton; grandchildren Kayla and William Hawkins of Hamilton; stepmother Geneva Hawkins of Bettsville; stepbrother Ronald Bland of Tiffin.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Vernon and Mary Hawkins; brother, David Hawkins; and stepbrother Robert Bland.  Calling hours Monday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at Secor Funeral Home, Plymouth.  Funeral Tuesday 11 a.m. at the funeral home, conducted by the Rev. Diana Seaman.  Burial at Mount Hope Cemetery, Shiloh.  Memorials may be made to Cass Bloominggrove Fire Department in Shiloh.  Submitted by Terry W.  [Mansfield News Journal:  11 August 2001]

Hawkins, Ruth Elizabeth -- Ruth Elizabeth Hawkins, infant daughter of Mr. & Mrs. F.M. Hawkins, of South Main street, died this morning at 1:00 at the home of her parents.  She was four days old. Funeral Tuesday morning at 10:00 from the house.  [Mansfield News:  04 November 1901, Vol. 17, No. 209]

Hawkins, William – Mansfield. William Hawkins, age 65, beloved husband of Augusta Hawkins, father of Miss Bernita Hawkins, Mrs. Herbert Towles, grandfather of Mrs. Herbert Hawthorn, brother of Mrs. Ida Walker and Earl Hawkins, died accidentally Friday afternoon, now at The Jones Memorial where friends are received and where services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 conducted by Rev. H. W. Bell. Interment Mansfield Cemetery. (John S. Jones Co.). Submitted by Linda & Shirley. Typed by Susie. [Mansfield News Journal: 7 January 1946, Pg. 9]

Hawes, Clarinda (Calhoun) -- A Memoriam for Clarinda (Calhoun) Hawes appears in the 20 October 1876 edition of the Bellville Weekly.  Other than the poem, there are very few details about her, or her death.  She was the wife of Alfred E. Hawes, and daughter of Thos. Calhoun, formerly of Perrysville (Ashland Co., O.).  She died at Orange, Los Angeles, California on 19 July 1876.  -- AEA.

Hawley, ---- -- The five year old son of E.P. Hawley died at nine o'clock Monday evening of diphtheria.  Inasmuch as the case was very malignant the interment will take place today.  Services at St. Peter's Catholic church at 3 p.m.   [Mansfield Herald:  29 August 1889, Vol. 39, No. 41]

Hawley, ---- -- Bellville.  It is with sadness that we chronicle the death of the little babe of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hawley.  It died on Saturday and was buried on Sunday.  --  [Bellville Star:  31 January 1889, Vol. 12, No. 18]

Hawley, James E. -- Tuesday.  James E., the little son of Mr. & Mrs. E.P. Hawley, died last night at their home on Newman Street, of diphtheria.  The funeral will take place at 3 p.m. this afternoon from their home.  Owing to the disease being of such a malignant type the funeral will be private.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  31 August 1889, Vol. LXXII, No. 15]

Hawley, Mrs. O.S. -- Bellville.  Mrs. O.S. Hawley died at her home in Columbus at noon on Sunday, Dec. 22nd.  Her remains were brought to the home of her son, Eugene, on Markey Street, on Monday.  The funeral took place from the M.E. Church on Tuesday at one p.m.  Her age was 51 years.  During her residence of many years in this place, Mrs. Hawley had formed a wide circle of friends, who join with the bereaved husband and children in mourning her death.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  28 December 1889, Vol. LXXII, No. 32]

Hawley, O.S. -- Bellville.  O.S. Hawley, a former resident of this place, died at his home in Mansfield Friday evening at 8 o'clock, aged 65 years.  The deceased had been afflicted with bronchial trouble for several years.  He leaves two sons and a daughter.  Funeral services were held at the home Sunday morning at 9 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. Dr. H.L. Wiles, after which the remains were brought here and interred in the cemetery.  Mr. Hawley was a member of Bellville Lodge of Odd Fellows, under whose auspices the funeral was conducted.  Several members of the Mansfield lodge attended.  [Semi-Weekly News:  13 April 1897, Vol. 13, No. 30]

Hawley, O.S. -- O.S. Hawley died at his home, 134 South Diamond Street, Friday evening, April 9, at 8 o'clock, aged 65 years, after an illness of four years with bronchial trouble.  The deceased was formerly a resident of Bellville and moved to this city last spring.  The death of his wife occurred in 1889.   He leaves two sons and a daughter.  A short funeral service at the home, Sunday morning at 9 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. Dr. H.L. Wiles, previous to the conveying of the remains to Bellville at 10:05 for interment.  The deceased was a member of Bellville lodge of Odd Fellows, under whose auspices the funeral was held.  [Semi-Weekly News:  13 April 1897, Vol. 13, No. 30]

Hawn, ---- -- The funeral of Mrs. Hawn took place from her residence on Spring Mill Street on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  --  [Mansfield Herald:  21 May 1885, Vol. 35, No. 27]

Hawn, Eva Cecelia -- Died, Eva Cecelia Hawn, daughter of Daniel and Mary Hawn, was born at Crestline, Ohio, February 19th., 1855, and died at her home on Monday morning, September 10th., 1877, at 1:30 a.m., aged 22 years, 6 months and 22 days.  The deceased left her home a few weeks ago full of hope and joy to visit friends and relatives in the west.  Sickness soon laid her youthful form low on the couch of suffering to be brought home to die, surrounded by fond parents, dear sisters, and many sympathizing companions and friends.  During her severe illness, she longed to get home and cherished fond hopes of the future;  but the All-wise Providence of God, who doeth all things well, cut short her aspirations of life, and called her away to the home of the blessed, In Mansions of Rest.  She united with the Reformed church in baptism and confirmation on March 28th., 1869, under the ministry of Rev. H.N. Loose.  Since then she has become regular and steadfast in her Christian duties.  Her class in the Sunday school will miss her, but most of all, in her relations to the Church, will she be missed from her place in the choir.  It is hard to realize that her voice is forever hushed on earth, and that she can no more assist the church in the service of song.  Her place will also be vacant in the Lodge of the Sons of Temperance, to the interests of which she earnestly gave a due portion of her time and influence.   [Ohio Liberal:  19 September 1877]

Hay, Isaac -- Butler.  Isaac Hay, the Newville merchant, died at midnight Friday from the effects of a paralytic stroke which he sustained only a few hours before.  He was aged about 60.  The funeral took place Monday at Loudonville.  [Semi-Weekly News:  31 December 1897, Vol. 13, No. 105]

Hayden, Edward -- Friday.  At 1:10 o'clock this afternoon, Edward Hayden, son of Jas. Hayden and wife, of Cline Avenue, passed away.  The deceased was born March 7, 1878, and until about a month ago enjoyed excellent health.  He sustained an attack of typhoid fever three weeks ago and soon recovered, but later sustained an attack of inflammation of the bowels, which caused his death.  The funeral will probably be held from the Catholic Church Sunday afternoon.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  25 August 1894, Vol. LXXVII, No. 15]  Monday.  The funeral of Edward Hayden was held yesterday afternoon.  About 35 members of the K. of St. J. followed the remains to the cemetery and performed the last services for the dead.  Many floral offerings were presented by friends and acquaintances, among them being a beautiful Maltese cross by the K. of St. J., emblematic of the order.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  25 August 1894, Vol. LXXVII, No. 15]

Hayes, ----

Hayes, ---- -- Shelby.  The 5-months-old child of Rufus B. Hayes died last Tuesday of cholera infantum.  Funeral Wednesday at 2 o'clock at the house.  --  [Mansfield Semi-Weekly News:  05 August 1898, Vol. 14, No. 65]

Hayes, ---- -- Jackson Twp.  The 3-months-old child of Mr. & Mrs. Rufus B. Hayes died last week.  --  [Mansfield Semi-Weekly News:  12 August 1898, Vol. 14, No. 67]

Hayes, Ester Calcina (Betts) -- DIED -- Ester Calcina Hayes (maiden name Betts) was born October 30th., 1798, in Fairfield County, Connecticut, and died May 22d., 1883, aged 84 years, 6 months and 22 days. [MANSFIELD HERALD: 21 June 1883, Vol. 33, No. 31]

Hayes, Fannie -- Butler.  The remains of Fannie Hayes, who suicided at Pittsburg, Monday, were interred in the Butler Cemetery Tuesday evening at 5 o'clock, suitable arrangements having been made with the express company for the $98 charges.  --  [Mansfield Semi-Weekly News:  09 September 1898, Vol. 14, No. 75]

Hayes, Fannie -- At the Allegheny (Pa.) General Hospital Sunday morning, Fannie Hayes, formerly of Butler, and a daughter of William Hayes, formerly of that place, died at 2:30 o'clock in terrible agony as the result of having taken a dose of rough on rats with suicidal intent the previous Tuesday.  She was 20 years old and when she took the fatal potion was an inmate of a house at 169 Lacock Street, Allegheny, Pa.  The body of the unfortunate young woman arrived at her old home at Butler for burial this morning.  The parents of the deceased formerly resided here, but were divorced, her father now living in Shelby, and her mother in Cleveland.  The body of the girl was sent to Butler C.O.D. with $98 charges thereon for funeral expenses and this afternoon had not yet been delivered and it had not been decided what disposition would be made of the remains.  --  [Mansfield Semi-Weekly News:  09 September 1898, Vol. 14, No. 75]

Hayes, Fay  -- Jackson Twp.  Miss Fay Hayes, 12-year-old daughter of A.L. Hayes, formerly of Mansfield, but now a resident of Marion, died at her home the first of the week.  She was brought to Jackson, Wednesday for burial beside her mother, in Mt. Bethel Cemetery.  --  [Semi-Weekly News (Mansfield):  14 January 1898, Vol. 14, No. 4]

Hayes, Howard B. "Doc" -- 77Y;  former Shelby farmer;  d. 12/9/1956 at Lodi, OH  [MNJ 12/10/1956]

Hayes, James -- One of the most sudden deaths that we have heard of occurred in this place, on Friday last, the particulars, as near as we can learn are as follows:  A young man by the name of James Hayes, a moulder by trade, and in the employ of Messrs. Haight, Leppo & Co., was sitting in the bar room of the Exchange Hotel, early in the evening, telling a story, he had just spoken of Boston, and as this word dropped from his lips he gasped, and died in his chair without a struggle.  Drs. Mack and Myers were called in, but it was too late, the spirit had left its earthly tenement, and, it is hoped, taken its flight to a better world.  The deceased was apparently enjoying good health, he ate a hearty supper at six o'clock, and in less than an hour was a corpse, he had not been heard to complain of feeling unwell, and seemed to be in his usual health.  Mr. Hayes was about 29 years old, a native of England, and of Irish parentage, he had only been a resident of Shelby, since the latter part of October, his home was in Washington City, where, it is believed, he has a mother and sister living, he was a soldier in the artillery service for four years, and participated in 33 battles.  A post mortem was held which showed the cause of his death to be congestion of the lungs.  It may be some consolation to his friends, to know that, though a stranger in a strange land, everything was done that could be done for him.  He was buried with military honors by Post 64, G.A.R.  The funeral services were conducted by Rev. H.G. DuBois, pastor of the M.E. church of this place.  Washington papers please notice.  [Shelby Chronicle:  23 January 1868, Vol. 1, No. 47]

Hayes, John -- SUDDEN DEATH OF PLYMOUTH MAN LEADS TO INVESTIGATION BY CORONER -- Coroner Bushnell was notified Thursday evening of a fatality at Plymouth and is there today to investigate it.  The following special from Plymouth tell of the particulars of the case:  Thursday evening about 7:30, John Hayes, a well known man of this place, died while sitting in a chair in Charles Georgett's saloon.  The young man who oversees the pool and billiard tables in the saloon, called the attention of the proprietor to the fact that he believed something was the matter with Hayes and after awhile Georgett went to him and found him cold and lifeless.  Acting Coroner F.P. Smith, J.P., viewed the remains and ordered them conveyed to Hayes' home on High street, and Coroner Bushnell was notified.  Hayes was almost a dwarf in size, very slender and probably weighing less than 100 pounds.  He was a great sufferer from asthma and a great many think he had consumption also.  He was the mail carrier to and from the N.O. railroad, 45 years of age and single.  Two sisters and one brother are left to mourn his untimely taking off.  The funeral will be held Saturday afternoon, interment in Greenlawn cemetery, beside his parents.  Coroner Bushnell was called up by phone this afternoon at Plymouth.  There was some excitement at Plymouth over a report that Hayes' death was due to knockout drops and Coroner Bushnell, assisted by Drs. Garber and Holtz, of Plymouth, is holding an autopsy this afternoon to determine the cause of death.  If this should develop anything of a criminal nature arrests will probably follow.  Hayes was not very strong physically and it is thought by some, notwithstanding the rumor of knockout drops, that his death was due to heart trouble or some such cause.  It is understood that he had had a couple of drinks.  There would be no incentive for any one giving him knockout drops for he did not have any large sum of money at any time and if done at all would have been with the idea of a practical joke on him and not with any criminal intent.  However, the autopsy will determine whether any prosecution will be necessary.   The MANSFIELD NEWS dated 03 December 1901 had a follow-up to the above article, it reads:   Coroner Bushnell has rendered his verdict in the case of John Hayes, who died suddenly in a saloon at Plymouth and finds that death was due to diseased condition of the thoracic abdominal viscera.  [Mansfield News:  29 November 1901, Vol. 17, No. 230]

Hayes, Mrs. 

Hayes, Mrs. A.L. -- Mrs. A.L. Hayes died Thursday evening at 43 Bowman street of nervous prostration aged 31.  Funeral today at 1 p.m., Rev. Dr. H.L. Wiles officiating.  Burial at Mt. Bethel church, Jackson township.  --  [Mansfield Herald:  22 May 1890, Vol. 40, No. 27]

Hayes, Mrs. A.L. -- Mrs. A.L. Hayes, residing at 83 Bowman Street, the wife of a blacksmith employed at the A.-T. shops died after four hours' illness last night.  She did a big washing and so far as known she was not sick during the day until between 4 and 5 o'clock when she became very sick and had to lie down.  When her husband came from work shortly after 5 o'clock a physician was called, but he could do nothing and at 9 o'clock she died from heart trouble.  The deceased was about 30 years of age.  --  [Mansfield Evening News:  16 May 1890, Vol. 6, No. 61]

Hayes, Mrs. A.L. -- Mansfield, May 16.  The funeral of the late Mrs. A.L. Hayes, whose sudden death is noted in another column, will take place from Bethel church, nine miles north of Mansfield, to-morrow afternoon at 1 o'clock, the Rev. Dr. H.L. Wiles officiating.  [Mansfield Evening News:  16 May 1890, Vol. 6, No. 61]

Hayes, Mrs. H.B.  -- Jackson Twp.  L.C. Hayes received a telegram last week announcing the death of his sister-in-law, Mrs. H.B. Hayes, of Battle Creek, Mich., and at the same time received notice of the death of a niece, Mrs. Ella Fry, of Amber, Mich., a daughter of A.W. Hayes.  [Mansfield Weekly News:  03 November 1887, Vol. 3, No. 51]

Haymaker, Mary -- d. 2/9/1873 at Franklin Twp.;  72y, 3m;  married;  b. Pennsylvania;  white;  cause = heart disease;  res. Franklin Township  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Haynes, Edward -- 77Y;  d. 5/4/1955 at St. Vincent's Hosp., Toledo, OH;  Mansfield resident for 33 years;  father of Mose Haynes;  bur. Mansfield Cem.  [MNJ 5/5/1955]

Haynes, Kingsbury -- Wednesday.  The funeral of Kingsbury Haynes was held at the residence of the deceased on West Bloom Street yesterday afternoon, Rev. R.T. Stevenson officiating.  A delegation from Mansfield Lodge, No. 19, I.O.O.F. and from the Mansfield Machine Works were in attendance and followed the remains to the cemetery.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  26 November 1892]

Haynes, Kinsgsbury -- Monday.  Kingsbury Haynes, aged 67 years, died at his residence on West Bloom Street at 12:30 o'clock Sunday morning.  The deceased was a member of Mansfield Lodge, No. 19, I.O.O.F.  He had been afflicted with a complication of diseases and had been ill for a number of years.  A wife and one daughter are left to mourn the loss of a husband and father.  The funeral will take place from the family residence Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock under the auspices of the I.O.O.F.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  26 November 1892]

Haynes, Moses - 60Y;  d. 7/26/1954 at home, Mansfield;  b. 10/28/1893 at Marrietta, Ark.;  Came to Mansfield approx. 1919;  h/o Annie  [MNJ 7/26/1954]

Hays, ---- -- Independence.  A little child of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hays, aged 7 months, died of cholera infantum on Thursday, of last week, and was interred in the Independence Cemetery Friday afternoon, the funeral services being conducted by rev. W.A. Shisler.  --  [Bellville Star:  15 October 1885, Vol. 9, No. 3]

Hays, Catharine -- Independence.  Catharine Hays, east of town, died about 8 o'clock, Wednesday night of last week.  Buried at Bunker Hill Friday.  --  [Bellville Star:  14 April 1887, Vol. 10, No. 29]

Hays, John -- On Monday afternoon last, while John Hays, a section hand on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad was engaged in driving a spike on the track near Spring Mills, was struck by a passing B. & O. train and instantly killed.  A train on the Ft. W. & C. Road was passing at the time, and consequently did not hear the B. & O. train coming.  The engineer saw him on the track, but too late to save him.  An arm and leg were broken, and a terrible wound in his side.  He resided in this city and leaves a wife and one child to mourn his loss.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  27 May 1876]

Hays, John -- bur. 5/22/1876 at Mansfield Cem.;  32y;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  13 January 1877]

Hays, John Sr. -- Independence.  John Hays, Sr., in his 70th. year, departed this life last Thursday and was interred in Bunker Hill Cemetery on Sunday.  He was an honored and much respected citizen, and one that a harmful word could not be spoken of.  --  [Bellville Star:  13 September 1883, Vol. 6, No. 50]

Hays, Valoris P. -- Valoris P. Hays died Thursday night at the home of his uncle, Mart. L. Lime, 235 North Main street, at 8:00 of typhoid malaria, aged about 32 years.  Mr. Hays formerly lived in the vicinity of Independence, but had lived in Missouri until about ten days ago, when he returned.  He was a brother of Mrs. Albert Carlisle, of this place.  The funeral will take place on Thursday, interment at Jelloway, Knox county.  He leaves a wife.  [Mansfield Herald:  05 December 1889, Vol. 40, No. 3]

Hayward, Ellen McCollough -- Mrs. Ellen McCollough Hayward died at Olney, Ill. Tuesday evening, March 1, as the result of a stroke of paralysis.  The deceased was a native of Mansfield and was born at the southeast corner of Fourth and Sugar Streets, where her father, John McCollough, who was sheriff about that time resided.  Her mother, the sister of Samuel L. Carrothers, of East Fourth Street, was known, respected and loved by all who knew her as "Aunt Becky" McCollough.  Mrs. Hayward was well known by many of our older citizens in her younger days and she had quite often renewed old acquaintance through visits to relatives and friends in this city.  She was a life-long member of the Methodist church, a sincere Christian and a noble woman.  Her husband died several years ago, but she leaves one son and two daughters.  --  [Semi-Weekly News (Mansfield):  04 March 1898, Vol. 14, No. 18]

Hazelett [Hazlette], Olive Blanche

Hazlett, Mary -- Mrs. Mary Hazlett, a resident of Worthington Twp., for fifty-nine years died at the home of her son R. Wilson Hazlett, last Sabbath, having almost completed her eighty-fourth year.  Mary Wilson was born April 17, 1799, in Westmoreland Co., Pa., married Samuel Hazlett Mar. 6, 1824, and they came at once to the farm where she died.  Her husband died in Aug. 1st., 1870.  They were faithful members of the Pres. church from early life.  In the first building put up by the Bunker Hill church she handled all the flooring boards.  For several years she was a sufferer from rheumatism, but as long as possible she walked to and from church leaning on her staff.  Her end was peace.  Rev. Anderson was summoned by telegraph from Mansfield, and attended the funeral service at Bunker Hill church last Monday, taking the text in 1st. Thess. 4:18:  "Wherefore comfort one another with these words."  She leaves a brother in Mich., one sister Mrs. Kirkwood in Iowa City who is 82 years old, and two sisters Mrs. Wm. Pritchard and Mrs. Hill who lived near her and who were at the funeral.  --  [Bellville Star:  05 April 1883, Vol. 6, No. 27]

Hazlett, Nancy P. (Knox) -- Independence.  Died:  Mrs. Nancy Hazlett departed this life last Sunday in her 70th. year and was buried at Bunker Hill.  Rev. Anderson and Rev. W.A. Shisler conducted the funeral services.  --  [Bellville Star:  23 July 1885, Vol. 8, No. 43]

Hazlett, Nancy P. (Knox) -- Mrs. Nancy P. Hazlett for more than fifty-two years a resident of Worthington Township, died at her recent home on the 19th. inst., in the 73rd. year of her age.  She was the daughter of David and Mary Knox and was born in Holmes Co., O., in 1813.  She married Wm. Hazlett in 1833, and removed to the farm now owned by William Ryder near Bunker Hill church.  She was a member of the Pres. church from early life, she and her husband uniting with the Perrysville Pres. church when they came to this county.  They were of the original members of the Bunker Hill church.  To them were born eight children, four of whom are living, Mrs. Robinson of Iowa, Mrs. Castator of Washington Twp., Mrs. Thos. J. Lyle and Jas. Hazlett of Worthington Twp.  For several years she was a great but patient sufferer from a dislocated hip.  The funeral service at Mr. T.J. Lyle's was largely attended by those who had known her for years.  It was conducted by Rev. Anderson, of Bellville, assisted by Revs. Shisler and Monk of Independence, when her remains were taken to Bunker Hill.  As quite a number of her old acquaintances were gathered there a short service was held, and then she was buried by the side of her husband, who died in Dec. 1874, both of them awaiting the resurrection of the just.  --  [Bellville Star:  30 July 1885, Vol. 8, No. 44]

Hazlett, Silas -- Independence.  Silas Hazlett was buried last Friday.  Disease consumption.  [Richland Star:  10 October 1878, Vol. 2, No. 2]

Hazlett, William

Hazlette, R. W. - Butler. -The death of R. W. Hazlette which occurred Thursday at 5 a.m., removes one of the oldest residents of Butler who has been prominently identified with the town’s best interests in various capacities during the past half century.  After being confined to his home for several weeks with general debility and kidney trouble, he died at the age of 81 years, 8 months and 20 days.  He was born near Bunker Hill June 13, 1828, and for several years lived in that community.  Nov. 29, 1855, he was united in marriage to Elizabeth Hill, of Bellville, who died Jan. 21, 1900.  To this union was born two sons and four daughters, two of whom died in infancy.  In later years he remarried, which wife with one son and three daughters, survive.  He was a member of the Presbyterian church where services were conducted by the Rev. H. W. Link at 2:30 Saturday and interment was also made.  For over fifty years deceased was a member of the I. O. O. F. of Bellville and Butler, having transferred to Sturges lodge, No. 357, about thirty years ago.  Submitted by Jean and Faye.  [The Mansfield News:  Wednesday, March 9, 1910]



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