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Nagle, Anna Minerva (Kincaid) -- Anna Minerva Nagle, daughter of the late Edward and Rachel Kincaid, was born at Bellville, O., June 22, 1844.  She was united in marriage with Daniel Nagle, June 6, 1862.  Nine children came to bless this union:  Edward and George Nagle, Mrs. Chas. Dickson, Mrs. William Ackerman, Mrs. J.L. Young, and Mrs. William Shrack, of this city;  and Mrs. William Shrack, of this city;  and Daniel, of Columbus, Mrs. T.U. Patterson, of New Washington, and Mrs. Eve Stuckman, of Heidelberg, Pa.  She was a charter member of the W.R.C.  She departed this life May 5, 1906, aged 62 years, 9 months and 13 days.  Services at the late residence, Tuesday at 2 p.m.  Rev. A.B. Markey, officiating.  --  [Bellville Messenger:  11 May 1906, Vol. 14, No. 15 reprinted from the Richland Shield & Banner]

Nagle, Daniel N. -- Mr. Daniel N. Nagle, foreman of the Water Works, died on Saturday evening last at 8 o'clock at his residence, No. 104 East Third Street. Mr. Nagle has been an auctioneer for a number of years, previous to which he had been a juggler actor and a rope walker with the traveling show of his father-in-law, Prof. E.F. Kincade. Mr. Nagle had accumulated considerable property and leaves a wife and family of nine children in fair circumstances. The funeral took place on Tuesday at 2 p.m.  [THE MANSFIELD HERALD: 13 December 1883, Vol. 34, No. 4]

Nagle, Daniel N. -- Mr. Daniel M. Nagle, foreman of the Water Works, died on Saturday evening last at 8 o'clock at his residence, No. 104 East Third Street.  Mr. Nagle has been an auctioneer for a number of years previous to which he had been a juggler actor and a rope walker with the traveling show of his father-in-law, Prof. E.F. Kincade.  Mr. Nagle had accumulated considerable property, and leaves a wife and family of nine children in fair circumstances.  The funeral took place on Tuesday at 2 p.m.  --  [Bellville Star:  20 December 1883, Vol. 7, No. 12 as reprinted from the Mansfield Herald]

Nagle, Walter -- Walter Nagle died Tuesday morning at his home on North Mulberry Street after an illness of a number of weeks.  He leaves a wife and children.  [Semi-Weekly News:  02 July 1897, Vol. 13, No. 53]

Nail, Allie -- Miss Allie Nail, a daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Chas. Nail, died at 3 o'clock a.m., Thursday, aged 13 years and 19 days.  The funeral took place from the residence of her parents, No. 160 North Main Street, Friday afternoon, at 2 o'clock.  [Mansfield Herald:  11 March 1886]

Nail, Allie -- bur. 3/1886 at Mansfield Cem., lung disease;  13y, 19d  [Mansfield Herald:  08 April 1886]

Nail, Ann L. -- d. 9/11/1869 at Findlay, Ohio;  23y;  b. Richland Co.;  white;  cause not given;  res. Findlay, Ohio  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Nail, Elizabeth -- Mrs. Elizabeth Nail residing on E. Fourth street, was taken sick last Friday with cholera morbus and lingered until Monday morning at nine o'clock, when she died.  Mrs. Nail leaves three children to mourn her loss;  two daughters and one son.  At the time of her death none of her children were at home.  Dr. Craig, her physician, reports it as one of the worst cases of cholera morbus in our city for a number of years.  The funeral takes place to-day at four o'clock.  [THE OHIO LIBERAL:  01 August 1877]

Nail, Emma J. -- d. 1/1885, cancer;  32y;  bur. Mansfield Cem.   [Mansfield Herald:  07 January 1886]

Nail, Florence M. -- A particularly sad death was that of Miss Florence Nail, at 8:30 o'clock last evening.  The young woman has for several months been a patient sufferer from that dread disease, consumption, and for the past few weeks her demise has been daily expected.  She fully realized that she had but a short time to live and when death came at last she passed peacefully away.  Florence M. Nail, daughter of A.F. Nail, was born March 12th., 1871, at Loudonville, O.  The death of her mother occurred but a short time after her birth, hence she has always made her home with her grandparents, John Nail and wife.  The deceased was of a bright and sunny disposition and had a large number of friends.  She graduated from the high school with the class of '90.  She was a member of the Congregational Church, in which she was an earnest worker, taking a great interest in all the young people's societies.  She was secretary of the W.V.R.U., in which society she also had many friends.   The funeral will be held at 2:30 Saturday afternoon, from the residence of John Nail, No. 97 South Main Street.  Rev. J.W. Hubbell, D.D. will have charge of the ceremonies.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  17 February 1894, Vol. LXXVI, No. 40]

Nail, H. -- Another Pioneer Gone -- We are again called upon to record the death of another Richland County pioneer.  Mr. H. Nail, one of the oldest citizens of this county, died on last Sunday, June 2nd., in the seventy-fourth year of his age.  Mr. Nail was born in Somerset County, Pa., Sept. 30th., 1793, and emigrated to Fairfield County, this State, in 1806, and to Richland County in 1810, and has resided in Madison Township ever since, a period of fifty-four years.  He was in Mansfield when there was but three or four cabins in it, one of which was Sturges' store.  Mr. Nail served as a soldier in 1812, and as a volunteer in the army of defense against the Indians, he assisted in building the chain of block houses erected on the frontier in Richland and Huron counties, and served his time faithfully and creditably.    He was a Trustee of Madison Township for eight years, was one of the most respected citizens of Richland County, and as a member of the Methodist church, at Mansfield, for thirty-six years, has always been a consistent and worthy follower of his Savior.  His loss will be deeply felt in the community from which he has been taken.  One by one these veterans are going from among us, but they will live long in the memories of their descendants and friends.  [Shelby Chronicle:  13 June 1867, Vol. 1, No. 15 as reprinted from the Mansfield Herald]

Nail, H.W. -- d. 8/1885, consumption;  31y, 10m;  bur. Mansfield Cemetery  [Mansfield Herald:  07 January 1886]

Nail, Henry Sr. -- Henry Nail, Sr., is buried on lot 1218, Mansfield Cemetery.  He was born in Germany in 1757;  came to America in 1777, and some time later enlisted in the Continental army, and served until the close of the war.  He came to Richland County in 1816, and remained here until his death.  He was the grandfather of our A.F. Nail, of "Drummer Boy" fame, who was a soldier in the war of 1861-1865, and is the son as well as the grandson of a soldier.  [Butler Enterprise:  September 15, ????]

Nail, John -- John Nail, one of Mansfield's oldest citizens, died at his residence on South Main Street at 3:30 o'clock this morning.  He was born in Madison Township, this county, June 16th., 1820, and at the time of his death was 74 years and 2 months old.  The deceased was married to Isabella Jane McGowan, May 15th., 1845, who, with their son, A.F. Nail, survive him.  John Nail enlisted as a private in Co. D, O.V.I., August 29th., 1861, and was discharged by reason of failing health August 31st., 1863.  He was a man of sterling integrity and was universally respected by his friends and neighbors.  The funeral will be held from the family residence on South Main Street at 3 p.m. Saturday.  The G.A.R. will have charge of the services;  Rev. Duston Kemble, of the M.E. church, will conduct the religious services.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  18 August 1894, Vol. LXXVII, No. 14]

Nail, Lou M. -- Monday.  Miss Lou M. Nail, aged 30 years, died at the home of her father, John W. Nail, on South Main Street, Sunday morning at 8 o'clock.  Miss Nail was afflicted with consumption and had been an invalid and confined to the house for a number of years.  The funeral will take place from the residence Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  18 April 1891, Vol. LXXIII, No. 48]

Nail, Wilbur "Will" -- Will Nail, a brother of Frank Nail, aged about 30 years, died at 12:50 Friday morning at the residence of his parents on South Main Street of consumption.  Mr. Nail had been running a laundry at Marion and came home about seven weeks ago sick.  --  [Mansfield Herald:  27 August 1885, Vol. 35, No. 41]

Nail, Wilbur "Will" -- The funeral of Mr. Wilbur Nail took place from the residence of his parents on South Main Street Saturday afternoon, Rev. Frank Russell officiating.  --  [Mansfield Herald:  27 August 1885, Vol. 35, No. 41]

Nanamaker, Jacob -- d. 12/29/1870 at Crestline, typhoid fever;  28y;  married;  birthplace illegible;  res. Mansfield [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Nance, Oscar -- 58Y;  d. 1/22/1955 near Chillicothe Veterans Hosp. -- exposure to elements;  WWI;  h/o Frances Swain  [MNJ 1/24/1955]

Narrance, Wallace -- Lexington.  Rev. Paul conducted the funeral services of Wallace Narrance, held at the residence of his mother on Saturday.  He died at his home at Enterprise, O., of cholera morbus.  The remains were brought to this place Friday.  -- [Richland Shield & Banner:  01 August 1891, Vol. LXXIV, No. 11]

Narring, Joseph F. -- 63Y;  d. 11/2/1955 at Mansfield Gen. Hosp.;  b. 1/3/1892 at Saginaw, MI;  h/o Helen Dinninger (m. 5/16/1914);  bur. Oakwood Mem. Mausoleum, Saginaw, MI  [MNJ 11/3/1955]

Nash, Jane Drake -- 88Y;  d. 2/22/1955 at Evanston, IL;  b. 11/8/1866 at Mansfield;  wid/o Charles C.;  bur. Mansfield Cem.  [MNJ 2/23/1955]

Nattland, Amelia -- Amelia Nattland, aged 59 years, died last night at 7 p.m., at her home No. 230 E. Arch Street.  She was born in Hungary and is the widow of Henry Nattland.  The funeral will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. from her late home.  [Mansfield (OH) Daily Shield: 22 February 1909]

Navue, Joseph -- DIED -- At Nashville, Mich., Jan. 23d., Joseph Navue, aged 70 years, formerly of Worthington Twp. -- [THE MANSFIELD HERALD: 21 February 1884, Vol. 34, No. 14]

Navue, Joseph -- Independence.  Died, at his home at Nashville, Mich., Jan. 23rd., 1884, Joseph Navue, aged about 70 years.  Mr. Navue was an old resident of this vicinity, and removed to Michigan thirteen years ago.  --  [Bellville Star:  14 February 1884, Vol. 7, No. 20]

Naylor, Eva Lucinda (Boardman) Hole -- Eva Lucinda Naylor was born Feb. 27, 1856, near Shiloh, Ohio.  She was the daughter of Joshua and Helen Boardman.  She joined the M.E. church at the age of 16 from which time she has endeavored to lead a faithful Christian life.  She was married to John Edwin Hole, Dec. 11th., 1878.  To this union were born two children, Heber Eugene and Caroline May.  With them she leaves two brothers, Benjamin and Frank Boardman, to mourn her death.  John E. Hole died Nov. 2nd., 1889.  She was again married to George G. Naylor, Mar. 30th., 1897.  This happy union continued until June 27th., 1914, at which time Mr. Naylor passed away at his home in Ravenswood, W. Va.  She has resided in Plymouth during the past year.  She died at Glenville Hospital, Cleveland, July 30, 1915, aged 59 years, 5 months and 3 days.  Funeral services were held from the M.E. church, Sunday afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Chas. F. Mott, burial taking place in Greenlawn Cemetery.  --  [Plymouth Advertiser:  07 August 1915, Vol. 62, No. 37]

Naylor, Laura (McClure) -- DEATH CLAIMS MRS. NAYLOR, 82 -- Widow, Native of Ashland County, Came to Mansfield In 1902 -- Mrs. Laura McClure Naylor, 82, widow of Webster Naylor, died Monday at her home, 207 South Mulberry street, after a brief illness. Born in Ashland county Jan. 4, 1857, Mrs. Naylor came to Mansfield in 1902. She was a member of the First M. E. church. Surviving are two sons, G. Phineas Naylor of Cleveland and J. Arthur Naylor of Mansfield; two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Davenport of Mansfield and Mrs. Glenna Beer of Trenton, Mich,; a brother, H. E. McClure of Mansfield; 12 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 12:30 p.m. Thursday at the Wappner funeral home in charge of Re. E. G. Corwin of the First M. E. church. Burial will be in the Mansfield Cemetery. The body will be at home until Thursday morning. Submitted by klynn. [Mansfield News Journal: Tuesday, February 7, 1939, pg 9]

Naylor, Webster -- Webster Naylor, died Wednesday morning at his home four miles south of the city. He was born in 1856 and is survived by his wife, four children, Arthur and Ethel at home, Mrs. Glenn Beer and Phineas Naylor of this cit, his mother, one brother Allen and one sister Corda Naylor, all living at Hutchison Kan. The funeral will be Friday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the home. Submitted by klynn. [Mansfield News: September 24, 1913, pg 3]

Nazor, Jerry -- When Mrs. Jerry Nazor of Shelby called her husband Tuesday morning there was no answer and when she tried the door she found it was locked.  Mrs. Nazor at once became alarmed and called the neighbors, one of whom climbed in at the window and found Mr. Nazor dead.  Dr. Hyde, who was summoned, said the man had been dead five or six hours.  Mr. Nazor had been ill with heart trouble for some time and had been forbidden by his physician to work at the tube works but did light work around the house.  Mr. Nazor was born at Vernon, 65 years ago and ahs always lived in the vicinity of Shelby.  [Mansfield (OH) Daily Shield:  07 April 1909]

Neader, Mary -- Saturday.  Judge Brucker received word today that Mrs. Mary Neader, an inmate of the asylum from this county, is dead.  The deceased was a resident of Butler Township.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  16 July 1892]

Neal, ---- -- Friday.  The ten-years-old daughter of S.B. Neal died at the family residence on Marion Avenue at 6 o'clock last evening.  The deceased has been suffering from a severe attack of diphtheria, which resulted fatally last evening.  The funeral took place at 4 o'clock today.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  17 September 1892]

Neal, ---- -- Shelby.  The infant child of C.R. Neal died Tuesday afternoon of spinal disease and was buried Wednesday.   [Semi-Weekly News: 06 August 1897, Vol. 13, No. 63]

Neal, John

Neal, John & Mary (Leppo) -- Mr. & Mrs. John Neal died Wednesday evening at their home, 188 West Fourth Street, the former at 4:35 o'clock and the latter at 11:25 o'clock.  Mrs. Neal was stricken with paralysis five weeks ago, but Mr. Neal was not taken sick until a week ago, when he was confined to his bed with grippe.  Their deaths coming so closely together makes the blow all the more sad to the ones who are left to mourn their loss.   John Neal was born on a farm southeast of this city in January, 1815, and was a farmer until eight years ago, when he and his wife moved to this city.  Mrs. Neal's maiden name was Miss Mary Leppo, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. John Leppo.  She was born at Hagerstown, Md., in March, 1818.  At the age of 14 years she came with her parents to this county.  She was married in 1835 to John Neal.  To them were born 13 children, of whom two sons and four daughters survive:  Mrs. David Wert, who resides four miles west of this city;  Mrs. A.A. Race, who lives south of Mansfield;  Mrs. D.E. Keiser, and Mrs. E.K. Lehman, who resides west of the city;  S.B. Neal, of Marion Avenue, and the Rev. William L. Neal, of Sabina.  Mr. & Mrs. Neal were both members of the Christian church, Mr. Neal having united with the church when he was 18 years of age.  He was a deacon of the church.  Mrs. Neal also united with the church in early life.  For 56 years they resided on a farm in Springfield township.  Funeral services conducted by the Rev. J.E. Lynn, Saturday, at 10 a.m. at the Christian church.  Interment at Spring Mills.  [Semi-Weekly News:  26 February 1897, Vol. 13, No. 17]

Neal, John & Mary (Leppo) -- The funeral services of Mr. & Mrs. John Neal, of West Fourth Street, took place Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the Christian church and were conducted by the Rev. J.E. Lynn.  The interment took place at Spring Mills.  [Semi-Weekly News:  02 March 1897, Vol. 13, No. 18]

Neal, Mary E. -- d. 2/26/1872 at 1st. Ward Mansfield - lung trouble;  16y, 2m, 8d;  father's surname:  Ritter;  mothers surname:  Dillon;  white;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Neal, Mary (Leppo) -- *see:  John & Mary (Leppo) Neal.

Neal, Mrs. Joseph -- Mansfield, July 10.  Mrs. Joseph Neal, of Jackson Township, died Monday and was buried today.  --  [Mansfield Evening News:  10 July 1890, Vol. 6, No. 107]

Neal, Sarah -- DIED -- February 24th., Sarah Neal, aged 77 years, 10 months and 4 days. She was born April 10th., 1806, in Fayette Co., Pa. -- [THE MANSFIELD HERALD: 13 March 1884, Vol. 34, No. 17]

Nease, Anna R. -- The funeral services of Mrs. James H. Nease in Wednesday's News, will occur at 9 o'clock Saturday morning in the Christian church on West Fourth Street, the Rev. J.E. Lynn officiating.  The remains will be taken to Salem at 11:30 for interment, from which place Mr. and Mrs. Nease and family removed to Mansfield in 1883.  The deceased leaves a husband and three daughters, Mrs. H.P. Jefferies, of Cleveland, Mrs. M.L. Shinn, of Chicago, and Miss Grace Nease, of Bucyrus.  Mrs. Nease was a faithful and consistent member of the Christian church and had been untiring in her efforts to help in the erection of the new church edifice, but was not permitted to enjoy the fruits of her labor, being seized with fatal illness before the dedication of the church.  Mrs. Nease was heard to remark several times "I wonder who will be the first to be carried out of the new church" and to her that lot has fallen.  --  [Semi-Weekly News (Mansfield):  07 January 1898, Vol. 14, No. 2]

Nease, Anna R. -- Mansfield.  Mrs. Anna R. Nease, wife of James H. Nease, died at her home on Adams Street, Wednesday a.m. at 9 o'clock.  Mrs. Nease was taken ill with pneumonia, Thursday, but was not thought to be seriously ill until Tuesday evening.  Wednesday morning she revived somewhat and appeared better than she had been, but suffered a relapse and passed away.  --  [Semi-Weekly News (Mansfield):  07 January 1898, Vol. 14, No. 2]

Nease, Ora J. -- 67Y;  d. 7/16/1954 at Shelby Mem. Hosp.;  res. of Plymouth;  h/o Nora;  bur. New Haven Cemetery  [MNJ 7/16/1954]

Needham, John -- The venerable John Needham died Monday evening, Sept. 4, at 10 o'clock, at his home near Lexington, at the ripe age of 84 years.  Services were held at Fairview Church, Wednesday, at 2 o'clock, Rev. Spracklen officiating.  Mr. Needham was so patient, not a murmur escaping his lips during the months of affliction, and he was faithfully cared for by his son Jeriel, which he richly deserved.  As Jeriel said he had been a good father and he would take good care of him.  The Lord will not forget the dear, faithful ones.  Uncle John Needham moved to his farm soon after his marriage to Miss Mary Ann Shauck and cleared and set out orchard, built cabin, then barn, then finished clearing land and continued to make improvements as long as he could.  He took great delight in caring for sheep, and he has been known to thresh 900 bushels of wheat in one year.  Always industrious, helping the needy, giving council to those wishing advice, and quite efficient in church and Sabbath School work.  Children always greeted him with smiles and older people gave him a hearty handshake.  Among his last expressions was "I always tried to do what was right".  Those who attended the funeral from a distance were Earl Needham, of Indianapolis, Ind., and mother, of Westerville;  Mrs. Chas. Fidler, only sister of deceased, of Fredericktown;  Milo Fidler and family, James and Spencer Hair and families, of Morrow County.  -- M.A.F.  --  [Butler Enterprise:  08 September 1905, Vol. 17, No. 31]

Needham, Mary Ann -- DIED, March 31, near Lexington, Mary Ann Needham, aged 72 years and 7 days.  --  [Mansfield Evening News:  23 April 1890, Vol. 6, No. 41]

Needs, John H. -- The death of John H. Needs occurred at the home of his son, James A. Needs, on East Fourth Street, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mr. Needs was one of the pioneers of Richland County having moved to this county from Pennsylvania in 1838. His age was 93 years and 8 months. Although he had been confined to his room for two years his death was somewhat unexpected, he having been able to sit up during the forenoon. The funeral will occur from the residence at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. -- [RICHLAND SHIELD & BANNER: 21 December 1895, Vol. LXXVIII, No. 32]

Needs, Lou -- bur. 3/25/1878 at Mansfield Cem., consumption;  33y  [Ohio Liberal:  03 April 1878]

Needs, Phebe -- d. 12/19/1869 at Mansfield;  18y, 9m, 20d;  b. Richland Co.;  white;  no cause of death listed;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Neel, John A. -- Wednesday -- John A. Neel, aged 20 years, died at the home of his father, John S. Neel, who resides one mile from this city on the Marion road, this morning. Funeral will be held at 9:30 a.m. Friday.  An additional mention of the death of Mr. Neel was made in the following week's paper, dated 11 April 1896 (Vol. LXXVIII, No. 48), as follows:  Friday -- John Neel, who died at the home of his father Wednesday, was interred in the Mansfield Cemetery today. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. F.B. Foster.  -- [RICHLAND SHIELD & BANNER: 04 April 1896, Vol. LXXVIII, No. 47]

Neely, Ellen -- bur. 2/23/1876 at Mansfield Cem.;  3d;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  13 January 1877]

Neely, Orra – Mansfield. Miss Orra Neely, 79, 190 Park Ave. West died Saturday at the Mansfield General Hospital. The body is at the Wappner Funeral Home where friends may call and from where services will be held Tuesday morning at 10 o’clock in charge of Rev. Herman L. Gilbert, burial will be in the New Haven Cemetery. (Wappner Funeral Directors). Submitted by Linda & Shirley. Typed by Susie. [Mansfield News Journal: 7 January 1946, Pg. 9].

Neely, William -- Mifflin.  William Neely died April 20th. at the residence of W.St. Latimer, aged 23 years.  The deceased has been a helpless cripple and dwarf since he was six years old, at which age he met with an accident at school which caused necrosis of a portion of the spinal column.  Mentally he was very bright and intelligent.  --  [Mansfield Evening News:  24 April 1890, Vol. 6, No. 42]

Neer, George Madison (external link)

Neer, Marshall E. -- Marshall E. Neer, who has been seriously ill the past five weeks with typhoid fever, died Thursday morning at 1 o'clock, aged about 37 years.  He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his early departure.  They have the sympathy of all in this their sad bereavement.  Funeral services will be held at the Four Corner's Church at 10 a.m. Saturday, conducted by Rev. Spracklin of Johnsville.  Interment in the Four Corner's Cemetery.  --  [Butler Enterprise:  07 July 1905, Vol. 17, No. 22]

Neff, Barbara -- Miss Barbara NEFF, aged 60 years, died at 5 o'clock this morning at the home of Mrs. Sarah Downs on West Bloom street. Funeral will be held  Wednesday at 2 pm. Rev Dr HL Wiles officiating. Submitted by Margaret.  [MANSFIELD DAILY SHIELD: 15 November 1897, p. 3]

Neff, Barbara -- Miss Barbara Neff died Monday morning at the home of Mrs. William Downs, 314 West Bloom Street, of tumor.  She was 65 years of age.  Funeral services Wednesday at 2 o'clock p.m. at the home of Mrs. Downs, conducted by the Rev. Dr. H.L. Wiles. 
[Semi-Weekly News:  16 November 1897, Vol. 13, No. 92]

Neff, Barbara -- Thursday.  Mrs. Barbara Neff, aged 91 years, died at her home, 3 miles west of the city at an early hour this morning.  The funeral will take place from the late residence Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  29 April 1893]

Neff, Barbara Kling -- Mrs. Barbara NEFF, aged 91 years, died at her home, 3 miles west of the city (Springfield twp), at an early hour this morning. The funeral will take place from the late residence Saturday morning, at 10 o'clock.  Submitted by Margaret.  [MANSFIELD DAILY SHIELD: 27 April 1893]

Neff, Catharine (Sheckler) -- Mrs. Daniel NEFF, an aged resident of Bellville, died at her home on Fitting Avenue in that village this morning, death having been caused by paralysis. Her husband died last winter. Funeral services will be at the home Wednesday morning and the body will be brought here for burial.  Submitted by Margaret.  [MANSFIELD NEWS: 15 June 1914, p. 2]

Neff, Daniel

Neff, Jesse H. -- bur. 1/1888 at Mansfield Cem., haematemesis;  50y  [Mansfield Herald:  31 January 1889]

Neff, Jessie -- Friday.  Jessie Neff died this morning at the home on West Bloom Street, after a protracted illness.  The funeral will take place on Sunday.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  05 January 1889]

Neff, Jessie -- Saturday.  The funeral of Mrs. Jessie Neff will take place at the First English Lutheran church tomorrow at 2 p.m. under the auspices of the W.R.C., Rev. Dr. H.L. Wiles officiating.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  05 January 1889]

Neff, Lydia -- bur. 1/1879 at Mansfield Cem., consumption;  37y, 8m, 28d  [Ohio Liberal:  09 April 1879]

Neff, Mrs. Jesse H. -- bur. 12/1888 at Mansfield Cem., inflammation of liver;  47y, 7m, 23d  [Mansfield Herald:  31 January 1889]

Neily, Alexina L. (Parker) -- *see Neighborhood News -- Bellville Weekly:  22 September 1876, Vol. V, No. 25  (two mentions)

Neily, Joseph -- Bellville.  Word was received at this place last Thursday of the death of Joseph Neily at Waukegan, Ills.  Mr. Neily formerly lived here and had many friends in this vicinity.  He died of pneumonia after an illness of eleven days.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  06 May 1893]

Nelly, Elizabeth -- d. 3/1/1872 at Ashland Co., OH;  married;  46y;  Washington Co., PA;  house keeper;  cause - pneumonia;  white;  res. Fourth Ward Mansfield  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Nelson, ---- -- Bellville.  An infant daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J.C. Nelson died at their home on Main Street, on Saturday morning, August 2nd., aged four months.  The funeral took place at 4 p.m. on Monday.  Services conducted by Rev. Austin Philpot.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  09 August 1890, Vol. LXXIII, No. 12]

Nelson, Andrew -- Andrew Nelson one of the pioneers of Weller township, dropped dead suddenly at his home at Olivesburg Thursday morning, aged about seventy-four years.  Mr. Nelson had lived in Weller township many years and had retired from the farm.  He was highly respected.  He leaves two sons and a daughter, Elmore D., Levi and Mrs. France, the latter of whom lives near Ashland. -- [MANSFIELD HERALD (Mansfield):  22 May 1890, Vol. 40, No. 27]

Nelson, Andrew -- Friday.  Andrew Nelson, one of the pioneers of Weller Township, died yesterday at his home of apoplexy, aged 75 years.  The deceased leaves two sons and daughter.  The funeral will probably take place tomorrow.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  31 May 1890, Vol. LXXIII, No. 2]

Nelson, Donna L. - Shelby - Donna L. Shelby, 62, of 4 Jenner Ave. died Tuesday afternoon in Shelby Memorial Hospital after as apparent heart attack at home.    Mrs. Shelby was born July 11, 1931, in Ganges to Don Gates Sr. and Cleo Gates Mellick, both now deceased.  She was an employee of Shelby Memorial Hospital and prior to that was an employee of Shelby Business Forms. She was a lifetime member of the Ganges Community Church where she was active in the Ladies Aid Society and was a member of the AARP. She was an avid bingo player.  Mrs. Nelson is survived by three daughters and sons-in-law, Linda and Fred Zimmer of Oklahoma, Sue and Bryan Warrick of Ganges and Janet and John Eldridge of Shelby; three grandchildren, Bryan Nelson, Dayna Nelson and Amber Newman; four brothers, Donald and Kenneth Gates, both of Shelby, Douglas Gates of Sunbury, and Dennis Gates of Milwaukee; three sisters, Dorothy Shaum of Shelby, Betty Mellick of Rock Hill, S.C., and Sandra Gates of Mansfield.  She was also preceded in death "incomplete". Submitted by Linda and Shirley. Typed by Georgia. [Mansfield News Journal - May 12, 1999 - page 8A]

Nelson, George -- d. 11/11/1870 at Cass Twp., chronic diarrhea;  62y;  b. Pennsylvania;  farmer;  res. Cass Twp. [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Nelson, Jane -- Miss Jane Nelson, a nonagenarian and a resident of Mansfield for nearly half a century, died Monday morning about 3 o'clock at her home, 130 West First Street, at the advanced age of 93 years.  She was one of a family of six children, the daughter of Samuel Nelson and wife.  She was born at Drumshannon, county of Monaghan, Ireland, May 1, 1804.  Forty-eight years ago, in company with her brother William and sisters, Miss Mary Nelson and Mrs. Ann Bail, she came to this country and has resided in this city since that time.  For a number of years she and her sister, Miss Mary Nelson, who survives her, have lived together on West First Street, their house being the first one erected on that street.  Several years ago she fell down stairs and sustained injuries from which she has suffered more or less since then.  She was feeling quite well yesterday and went to bed Sunday evening in her usual good health.  During the night she was taken ill and complained of a pain in her breast.  Her sister was called and attempted to relieve her and started to make her a cup of tea, but before the relief could avail she passed away.  She was a member of the Episcopal church but of late years, owing to increasing age, has not been able to attend.  Loving hands brought numerous beautiful and fragrant flowers as tokens of love and esteem to one whom they had known so well and tributes were paid to the worth of this venerable woman who at such an advanced age has passed on to her eternal reward.  Funeral services, conducted by the Rev. A.B. Putnam, rector of the Grace Episcopal church, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  [Semi-Weekly News:  22 June 1897, Vol. 13, No. 50]

Nelson, Jane C. -- Mrs. James Melson [sic.], of Meadville, Pa., formerly known in this city as Mrs. James McCalip, died at her home at Meadville and her remains will be brought here, Wednesday morning, at 8:30 for interment.  She was 84 years of age.  [Semi-Weekly News:  02 November 1897, Vol. 13, No. 88]

Nelson, Jane C. -- The body of Mrs. Jane C. Nelson, who died at Meadville, Pa., was brought here Wednesday morning on the Erie for burial.  the interment took place from the train.  Quite a number of friends were at the depot to meet the body and to accompany it to the grave.  Mrs. Nelson was 83 years of age.  She was at one time a resident of Mansfield.  She was formerly Mrs. Hugh McKellup.  [Semi-Weekly News:  05 November 1897, Vol. 13, No. 89]

Nelson, John -- John Nelson, aged nearly 73 years, died at his home in Rives, Saturday, Oct. 2.  The funeral took place on Sunday.  The deceased was a member of Co. F., 82nd. O.V.I. and served during the war.  Mr. Nelson was afflicted with paralysis which finally caused his death.  Speigle Post, G.A.R., of Shiloh, attended the funeral and the relatives of the deceased wish to thank all friends for the interest shown during the sickness and death of Mr. Nelson.  [Semi-Weekly News:  08 October 1897, Vol. 13, No. 81]

Nelson, Julia Ann

Nelson, Louis -- DIED, May 31, at the home of his parents, Louis, son of John Nelson, aged two weeks.  Funeral from the residence, 83 North Adams, June 1, at 2 p.m.  --  [Mansfield Evening News:  31 May 1890, Vol. 6, No. 74]

Nelson, William -- bur. 2/27/1876 at Mansfield Cem.;  72y;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  13 January 1877]

Neptune, ----  €

Neptune, Byrtle -- BANGORVILLE -- Byrtle, son of W.O. Neptune, died Saturday, aged 1 year and 4 months.  Funeral service Monday at the residence, conducted by the Lutheran minister of Bellville.  [Mansfield News:  10 May 1899]

Neptune, John M. -- Bangorville.  John M. Neptune died May 7, 1897, aged 70 years.  Funeral services Sunday at the Baptist church conducted by the Rev. Struble, of Chesterville.  James Neptune and family, of Loudonville, attended the funeral of his brother John, held here Sunday.  [Semi-Weekly News:  14 May 1897, Vol. 13, No. 39]

Nesbit, ---- -- Lexington.  Mrs. Nesbit, whose husband died in Minnesota, has returned with her children and is residing east of Lexington.  [Semi-Weekly News:  27 October 1896, Vol. 12, No. 87]

Nesbitt, Elizabeth -- d. 3/21/1872 at Washington Twp.;  68y, 3m, 20d;  b. Pennsylvania;  widowed;  farmer's wife;  white;  cause = heart disease;  mother = Elizabeth Montague;  res. Washington Township  [Richland County Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Ness, Raymond F. -- 45Y;  d. 5/29/1954 at Newark Hosp., Newark, OH;  former Mansfield res.;  b. 8/1/1908 at Crestline, OH;  owner, Ness Shop;  h/o Alvina Wappner;  s/o John W. Ness  [Mansfield News Journal:  30 May 1954]

Nester, Herman T. -- [Mansfield News Journal:  28 October 2000]  Submitted by Shirley W.

Netcher, Lula -- d. 5/4/1871 of inflammation of brain at Mansfield;  3m;  b. Mansfield;  res. 2nd. Ward Mansfield  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Netscher, ---- -- Mayor Netscher lost an interesting little son on Sabbath eveing last after a very short illness.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  05 December 1874]

Netscher, Charles -- bur. 11/30/1874 at Mansfield Cem.;  9m;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  09 January 1875]

Netscher, John B. -- The funeral of John B. Netscher took place from his residence on West Fourth Street this afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock, Rev. D.W. Smith, of St. Luke's Lutheran church, and Leimphauss, of the German Lutheran Church, officiating.  The funeral cortege included the Citizens Band, White Cross Division, No. 10, U.R., K. of P., Madison Lodge, No. 26, K. of P., Richland Lodge, No. 161, I.O.O.F., pall bearers, choir, hearse, with the deceased's California comrades as an escort.  Arriving at the cemetery the burial services of th U.R., K. of P. were read over the remains of the late Sir Knight, after which the body was deposited in the Grimes vault, where it will remain until a vault can be built on the Netscher cemetery lot, according to the wishes of the deceased.  The deceased was financially interested in many public enterprises and occupied the prominent position of President of the Mansfield Gas Light Co. from 1877 to 1887, and was also at the time of his death a stockholder in the company.  The stockholders attended the funeral in a body.  -- [Richland Shield & Banner: 21 February 1891, Vol. LXXIII, No. 40]

Netscher, John B. -- John B. Netscher, one of the oldest and most prominent business men of the city, after a prolonged illness, died at midnight last night.  Mr. Netscher had been suffering for several months from general debility and paralysis.  He had an attack of the latter Sunday and since that time his death has been momentarily expected.  He had been unconscious since yesterday morning and the end came peacefully.  Mr. Netscher was born in Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany, June 9th., 1823, consequently he was in his 68th. year.  He came to this country and to Mansfield in 1847, returning, however, to Germany in 1849.  He caught the gold fever and the same year again came to the United States and went to California.  Returning from California early in 1850, he, in company with the late John Krause, began business here, in which he amassed quite a competency.  He was honored in 1872 by being elected Mayor of the city, which position he held until 1875.  The deceased was a member of the German Lutheran Church and a prominent member of the K. of P., I.O.O.F. and Masonic Lodges.  By his special request the funeral exercises will be conducted under the auspices of the K. of P. lodge.  The funeral will be held from the residence on West Fourth Street, Thursday afternoon, at 2:30.  Mr. Netscher leaves a wife, five daughters and two sons, beside many friends, to mourn his death.  -- [Richland Shield & Banner: 21 February 1891, Vol. LXXIII, No. 40]

Netscher, Lula -- *see:  Lula Netcher

Netting, Sara M. -- Mansfield.  Sara M. Netting, 89, of 148 Poplar St., died Monday evening in the Mansfield General Hospital after a brief illness.  She was born May 18, 1892, in St. Louis, Mo., and lived in Mansfield most of her life.  Miss Netting was a retired senior clerk for the National Biscuit Co., and was a member of the Fellowship Baptist Church where she was a Sunday school teacher.  Miss Netting worked in Child Evangelism Fellowship for many years.  Miss Netting was the last surviving member of her family.  Funeral services will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. in the Diamond Street Home of the Wappner Funeral Directors by her pastor, the Rev. Guy Templeton.  Burial will be in Mansfield Cemetery.  Friends may call at the funeral home today from 6 to 9 p.m.  Submitted by Linda and Shirley.  Typed by Terri McGrath.  [Mansfield News Journal, Wednesday, November 18, 1981]

Nettleton, Anna E. -- Miss Anna E. Nettleton died of consumption, October 4th. in Lexington, at the house of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Lindsay, aged 28 years.  She graduated at Oberlin College in the class of 1883.  Since her graduation she has been engaged in teaching at Oberlin, and was expecting to go next year as a missionary to Western Africa.  --  [Mansfield Herald:  15 October 1885, Vol. 35, No. 48]

Nettleton, Annie -- Lexington.  Miss Annie Nettleton, a sister of Mrs. Wm. Lindsey, died here on last Sunday morning of consumption and was taken to Gelena, Ohio on Monday for interment.  --  [Bellville Star:  15 October 1885, Vol. 9, No. 3]

Neubert, Matthias -- Mansfield, April 29.  Matthias Neubert, an inmate of the county infirmary, died at that institution this morning after a few days' sickness, aged about 40 years.  About a year ago he had to have one leg amputated on account of its diseased condition.  His children are at the Home.  What disposition of the remains is to be made has not been decided.  --  [Mansfield Evening News:  29 April 1890, Vol. 6, No. 46]

Nevius, Mrs. L.W. -- bur. 7/1886 at Mansfield Cem., unknown cause of death;  37y, 5m, 20d  [Mansfield Herald:  21 October 1886]

Nevius, Viola J. --  Mrs. Viola J., wife of Dr. L.W. Nevius, was born near Fredericktown, O., February 8, 1849, and died in Toledo (OH) July 28, 1886, in her 38th. year.  After her marriage, June 23, 1868, she lived successively in Fredericktown, Bellville, Mansfield and Toledo in each of which places are many dear friends who will mourn her death.  Thoughtful and conscientious from childhood, she professed religion and joined the Methodist Episcopal church in her 16th. year, and until death never gave any reason to doubt the sincerity of her faith or the soundness of her experience in divine things.  Although naturally of an amiable and cheerful disposition, she shunned rather than sought the ordinary pleasures of society, preferring the associations of her own happy home circle, to the happiness of which she so easily and largely contributed.  Her reverence for sacred things was such that the mere profession of a Christian faith would have been morally impossible, hence, the evidence of her piety was not so much in words as in the manifestation of the Christ-like spirit in the discharge of all the duties, and endurance of the trials which arise from the varied relations of life.  If her judgment was not, her her heart always was equal to every emergency;  and no one, who had a right to demand affection's service from her ever failed to receive full measure.  For years she had suffered in body, but much more in mind as repeated surgical operations indicated more certainly the hopelessness of her case.  The desire to live for hte sake of her own and her mother's family was strong and persistent, but throughout the long struggle, and especially the last, long fiery trial, she never murmured, sweetly submitting knowing that "to live was Christ, and to die gain."  The frequent expressions of affection toward husband, daughter and little son were exceedingly tender and touching, and have left an impression of the sick and dying chamber that cannot be forgotten.  Death came without the least perceptible struggle, and this saintly soul had entered into the everlasting rest.  Her remains were taken to Mansfield for burial, at which the attendance of many friends testified their regard for her memory, and sympathy with the husband and children in their bereavement.  On the edge of such sorrow, and in the shadow of its cloud, the heart will say it was a privilege to be the husband of such a wife, and the children of such a mother.  [Mansfield Herald:  26 August 1886 as reprinted from the Toledo (OH) Sunday Commercial]

Nevius, Viola J. -- Bellville.  It is with sorrow that we announce the death of Mrs. Dr. L.W. Nevius, formerly of this place, at her home in Toledo.  Mrs. Nevius was a model Christian lady whom all learned to love during her residence here.  Death resulted from a tumor, from which she had suffered the past few years.  The remains were taken to Mansfield for interment on last Friday.  [Bellville Star:  05 August 1886, Vol. 9, No. 45]

Nevius, Viola J. -- Mrs. Viola J., wife of Dr. L.W. Nevius, was born near Fredericktown, O., February 8, 1849, and died in Toledo, July 28, 1886, in her 38th. year.  After her marriage, June 23, 1868 she lived successively in Fredericktown, Bellville, Mansfield and Toledo, in each of which places are many dear friends who will mourn her death.  <text omitted>  Her remains were taken to Mansfield for burial, at which the attendance of many friends testified their regard for her memory, and sympathy with the husband and children in their bereavement.  On the edge of such a sorrow, and in the shadow of its cloud, the heart will say it was a privilege, to be the husband of such a wife, and the children of such a mother.  [Bellville Star:  12 August 1886, Vol. 9, No. 46]

Newbern, William Sr. -- Mansfield--Funeral services for William "Bill" Newbern Sr., 60, of 286 W. Fifth St. were to be held at noon today at Providence Baptist Church by the Rev. Verdell E. Larson.  Burial was in Mansfield Cemetery.   Calling was to be one hour prior to services at the church, where Mr. Newbern was an active member.   He died at his home Saturday after a brief illness.   He was born March 28, 1931 in Brownsville, Tenn., and moved to Mansfield in the early 1950s.   He was a former employee of Humphreys Manufacturing Co. and Marion Beer Construction Co.   Survivors include his wife, Ruth McNeil Newbern, whom he married in 1958; two daughters, Debra and Barbara Newbern; four sons, Fred, Bill Jr., Tony and Troy; a daughter-in-law, Pearlie Newbern; two grandchildren,  Michael and Demitrius;  his mother, Martha Newbern of Humboldt, Tenn.; a sister, Nettie Caldwell of Mansfield; and four aunts, Alberta Newbern, Estell Cox, Connelia Outlaw of Humboldt, and Carrie Mae Curry of Chicago, Ill.   Also surviving are two brothers-in-law and a number of nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by two brothers, Eugene and Eddie, and two uncles, James and Anderson.   The Wayne T. Lee Funeral Service is in charge of arrangements.  Submitted by Linda and Shirley.  Typed by Dina.  [Mansfield News Journal:  March 12, 1992]

Newcomb, Emma Florence -- Jackson Twp. Rev. Lee preached the funeral sermon of Miss Emma Florence Newcomb, aged 13 years, 8 months and 24 days, at Mt. Bethel Sunday.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  05 March 1892]

Newcomer, Hallister -- The body of Hallister Newcomer, who died at the home of his niece, Mrs. Ruth Noe, at Columbus, was brought to Butler Wednesday and taken to the home of his sister, Mrs. George Hess, where funeral services were conducted by Rev. Cleland.  Interment was made in the Butler Cemetery. -- [RICHLAND COUNTY LEADER (Bellville, OH):  30 April 1920, Vol. 1, No. 21]

Newell, David -- Died at his late residence in Mifflin Twp. on Tues. last, Capt. David Newell, a respectable and worthy citizen.  [ Mansfield Gazette:  13 May 1824.  From Abstracts of Richland County , Ohio Taken From Mansfield Gazette, Vol. 1, 1823 - 7/7/1825.  Compiled by Mary Jane Armstrong Henney]

Newhiser, ---- -- bur. 6/1/1879 at Mansfield Cem., premature birth (infant)  [Ohio Liberal:  09 July 1879]

Newhouse, ---- -- Lexington.  A little daughter of George Newhouse, of Shreve, died on Tuesday and the remains were brought here on Wednesday for interment in the Lexington Cemetery.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  13 December 1890, Vol. LXXIII, No. 30]

Newhouse, Adam. -- Adam Newhouse, aged 57 years, 6 months and 8 days, died Friday evening at 8:30 o'clock at his home, 74 South Diamond street, death having resulted from the effects of a stroke of paralysis sustained five weeks ago. Mr. Newhouse was born in Germany but had been a resident of Mansfield for the past thirty years. He was a tailor by trade and had been in the employ of the firm of Brunk & Wolfe for a number of years. He is survived by his wife, one brother, the Rev. Fred Newhouse, of Texas, and two sisters in Germany. He was a member of Richland lodge, No. 161, I. O. O. F. Funeral from the home Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock conducted by the Rev. S. P. Long. Submitted by Jean and Faye. [The Mansfield News, Page 7: Saturday, September 24, 1910]

Newlin, Nimrod -- *see Neighborhood News - Bellville Weekly, 15 September 1876, Vol. V, No. 24

Newlon, A. -- A shadow has been cast over this community by the death of A. Newlon, which occurred at his home, four miles east of Adrian, on Tuesday, June 20, 1899.  Mr. Newlon was born in Richland County, O., April 30, 1846.  He moved to this state in 1867 and had resided here for the past 32 years.  He died after an illness of a few months' duration.  He was married to Miss M.E. Kerr, in Feb., 1869, to this union were born five children, three girls and two boys.  A wife, four children and two brothers are left to mourn his sudden taking away.  The family circle has been broken.  That place which added comfort and happiness to the family is gone -- gone to the land of heavenly bliss, where the storms of life are ever absent, and where pleasure and happiness adorn everything with a beautiful luster.  He was a kind husband and father, always ready to provide for his family and give assistance to those that need4ed it.  He was one of the most successful stock raisers and farmers in this community.  His remains were quietly laid to rest in the Bethel Cemetery, where he now sleeps.  The sorrow stricken family have the heartfelt sympathy of all in this their hour of sadness.  May the blessings of God be bestowed upon them while they travel the path of life and finally may they meet that beloved face on the eternal shore.   [Mansfield News:  15 July 1899 as reprinted from the Adrian (MO) Journal]

Newlon, Arthur Francis -- 65Y;  d. 2/1954 at home, Sonoma, CA;  b. at Mansfield;  California resident 1919-1954;  h/o Margaret  [MNJ 2/14/1954]  

Newlon, Francis M. -- Francis M. Newlon, son of William R. Newlon, died at noon Thursday at his home on Blanche Street, aged 52 years.  He heaves a wife.  -- [THE MANSFIELD NEWS:  03 October 1901, Vol. 17, No. 182]

Newlon, James -- Tuesday -- The 7-year-old son of Charles Newlon, of South Diamond Street, died this morning.  Later in the same paper ...  Wednesday -- James Newlon, son of Charles Newlon, who died yesterday, was buried at 2 p.m. today from St. Peter's Catholic Church.  -- [RICHLAND SHIELD & BANNER: 14 November 1896, Vol. LXXIX, No. 27]

Newlon, Margaret -- Mrs. Margaret Newlon, wife of Thomas Newlon, died at her home on Lexington avenue this morning at 8 o'clock.  Mrs. Newlon was 71 years old.  -- [THE MANSFIELD DAILY NEWS:  19 September 1901, Vol. 17, No. 170]

Newlon, Martha A. -- Died, at Mansfield, at 3 p.m., December 8th., Martha A. Newlon, wife of John Newlon, aged 37 years, 9 months and 28 days.  [Mansfield Herald:  16 December 1886]

Newlon, Mrs. T.F. -- Mrs. T.F. Newlon died at her residence on North Bowman street on Sunday aged 56 years.  She leaves a husband and three children.  Funeral Tuesday at 2 p.m., under the auspices of Rev. W.L. Bowell.  -- [MANSFIELD HERALD:  26 September 1889, Vol. 39, No. 45]

Newlon, Mrs. Thos.  -- Monday.  Mrs. Thomas Newlon died at her home on West Bloom Street at 3 o'clock this morning at the age of about 60 years.  The cause of her death was a stroke of paralysis, which she sustained about two weeks ago, from the effects of which she has been in a semi-conscious state ever since.  The time of the funeral has been fixed at 2 p.m. tomorrow.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  23 September 1889, Vol. LXXII, No. 19]

Newlon, Paul F. -- 57Y;  d. 4/26/1956 at Mansfield Gen. Hosp.;  b. 1/31/1899 at Mansfield;  h/o Elsie Moyer;  bur. Mansfield Catholic Cem.  [MNJ 4/27/1956]  

Newlon, Sadie C. (Husted) -- Mrs Sadie C (HUSTED) NEWLON, 86, widow of Harmon NEWLON, died last night at the home of her son, Milo J NEWLON, 127 Lexington avenue, after a brief illness. A native of Iowa (Illinois), she had spent the greater part of her life in Mansfield and was a member of the First Lutheran church. Besides her son, she is survived by one granddaughter, Mrs. Charles SHANKS of Ashland, a great-grandchild and one sister, Mrs. Anna (HUSTED) ADAMS of Lansing, Michigan. The body is at the Wappner funeral home where services will be held Tuesday at 11 am in charge of Rev. G.E. Swower.  Burial will be in Mansfield cemetery. Submitted by Margaret.  [paper unknown:  death date was 29 December 1944]

Newlon, William  -- William Newlon, six-year-old son of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Newlon, residing one mile east of the city, died at 6 o'clock Friday evening.  --  [Semi-Weekly News (Mansfield):  05 April 1898, Vol. 14, No. 27]

Newlon, William R. -- Word has been received here of the death of William R. Newlon, aged 63 years, at his home in Mt. Pleasant, Ia. As a young man he was a resident of Mansfield for a number of years. He served through the civil war in the First regiment Ohio Independent battery. His first wife was Elizabeth E. Day of Richland county, with whom he was united in marriage Dec. 6, 1867, and the seven children of this marriage are all living. Submitted by Jean and Faye. [The Mansfield News, Page 7: Saturday, September 24, 1910]

Newman, ---- -- bur. 10/18/1876 at Mansfield Cem.;  1d;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  13 January 1877]

Newman, Andrew -- Andrew Newman, an old resident of Mansfield, died on Wednesday of last week, of pneumonia.  Mr. Newman was the father of Mrs. A.C. Cummins.  [Shelby Independent News:  08 February 1872, Vol. 4, No. 15]

Newman, Andrew G. -- d. 1/31/1872 at Mansfield;  widowed;  60y, 11m;  b. Richland Co., OH;  farmer;  white;  cause - small pox;  res. Fourth Ward Mansfield  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]  *may read Andrew S. Newman

Newman, Arthur -- Lake Fork.  Arthur Newman, aged 46 years, died at his home at 217 North Diamond Street, Thursday evening at 9:30 o'clock from pneumonia.  He is survived by his parents, five sisters - Mrs. A. Stull, of Funk,;  Mrs. Anna Schifferly, of Wooster;  Mrs. Ethel Smith, Mrs. Josie Treese, both of Lakefork;  four brothers -- Vernon, Elias and John, all of Lakefork, and E.V. Neman, of Crestline.  The body was taken to Lakefork Saturday morning where the funeral services were conducted.  [Loudonville (OH) Democrat:  20 January 1916 as reprinted from the Mansfield Shield]

Newman, Barbara (Fleck) Spriggins

Newman, Dorothy Hartford -- Mrs. Dorothy Hartford Newman, wife of Charles Newman, died at home, 369 Springmill St., last night after an illness of two weeks. Mrs. Hartford was born in this city August 27, 1903 and had spent her entire life here. Besides her husband, she is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hartford, two brothers, Edward and James Hartford, and three sisters, Mrs. Peter Creamer, Mrs. Raymond O'Leary and Mrs. R. H. Ringer, all of this city. The deceased was a member of St. Peter's Catholic Church from where funeral services will be held Saturday morning conducted by the Rev. Father Goebel. Burial will be made in the Catholic Cemetery. Submitted by Mike. [Mansfield News Journal: 27 May 1926]

Newman, Elizabeth -- d. 1/3/1872 of consumption at Madison Twp.; 79y, 3m, 25d;  widowed;  b. St. Mary's, Maryland;  wife;  white;  res. Madison Township [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Newman, H. -- Bellville.  H. Newman, a traveling auctioneer of jewelry, who resided with his wife and children, in the ear of No. 28 Bolivar Street, committed suicide about 6 o'clock yesterday morning near Ashland, O.  He strolled out to a woods about a mile east of town, and deliberately shot himself through the head.  He had spread his overcoat on the ground at the foot of a large tree and fallen upon it after he had sent the bullet through his brain.  When found soon afterward the revolver lay at his side.  Mr. Newman was a member of the firm of H. Newman & Co., doing business at No. 350 Ontario Street.  He had been greatly depressed several days on account of losses sustained as a security, and this was doubtless the cause that led him to suicide.  --  [Bellville Star:  20 November 1884, Vol. 8, No. 8]

Newman, Henry -- Mr. Henry Newman residing near London, died on Monday last.  Obituary next week.  [Shelby Independent News: 07 May 1874, Vol. 6, No. 28]

Newman, Henry -- A letter received yesterday by relatives in this city conveys the news of the death of Henry Newman at his home in Bryan, Williams County, Ohio.  Mr. Newman was one of the pioneers of Richland County and is well known in this city.  He has for some time been suffering from the diseases peculiar to advanced age, but up to a recent date he was hale and hearty and led an active life.  Henry Newman was the fourth child of Jacob Newman and was born Oct. 17, 1802, in Franklin County, Pennsylvania.  His mother died a few weeks after his birth and his father then emigrated to Westmoreland County.  In 1805 his father moved to Stark County, Ohio, and in 1807 he came to Richland County and built a log house near the site of Goudy's Mill, about three miles east of this city.  Jacob Newman was the first settler in Richland County.  Henry remained in Stark County until the fall of 1808 when his father returned to Pennsylvania and was married.  In 1811 Jacob Newman came to Mansfield and continued to live in this city until his death in June, 1813.  In the winter of 1812 Jacob piloted Gen. Crook's army to the Maumee country.  After his father's death Henry assisted his mother in the care of her property and gleaned what education the schools of the day afforded.  In 1828 he made a trip to New Orleans and a few years after his return was married to Jane Ward, a member of the Ward family in Weller Township to which locality he removed and entered 80 acres of land.  Mr. and Mrs. Newman lived on this farm, to which many acres were added from time to time, until 1849.  On this farm all of their children except one were born.  His sons were Jacob, born in 1832, now a resident of La Grange, Ind.;  Joseph, who lost his life in the late war, being mortally wounded at Missionary Ridge;  Andrew, who was also in the war and who died after his return home, from the exposure he had received.  All three of these sons entered the war as lieutenants and all were promoted.  Mr. Newman's daughters were Harriet, Sarah, Frances and Elizabeth.  After leaving this city, Mr. Newman moved to Williams County, where he purchased a large farm and erected a saw mill, which, with the aid of his son, he conducted until 1875, when he ceased the active labors of his life and went to Bryan, where he resided until the time of his death.  Mrs. Newman died June 30, 1876, and since that time Mr. Newman has made his home with his daughter, Frances.  The remains were interred at Bryan, this afternoon.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  20 January 1894, Vol. LXXVI, No. 36]

Newman, Jacob -- Died, near Van Wert, Ohio, January 31st., 1891, after a protracted illness, Jacob Newman, a former well-known and respected citizen of this community.  His father, Michael Newman, came to this vicinity in the spring of 1808 and resided with his brother Jacob, near the present site of the Campbell mill, the first habitation of the white man in all this country.  The deceased was born in this township more than seventy years ago and was an older brother of John Newman, so well and favorably known in this community.  He had many of the characteristics of his pioneer ancestors.  He was quiet, unassuming, of rare good sense, high moral character, a good neighbor, and in all respects a good man, thrifty, industrious and prosperous, well worthy of close kinship to the founders of our city.  Many years ago he removed to Van Wert County, purchased and improved a farm, where he resided until his death.  His wife died many years before he removed from this vicinity, leaving him two children, John H. and Lizzie, now married, who survive him.  His remains reached here this evening and the funeral will take place from the undertaking rooms of James A. Niman, on Tuesday, February 2nd., at 2 p.m.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  07 February 1891, Vol. LXXIII, No. 37]

Newman, Jacob -- Jacob Newman, 80, one of Crestline's oldest residents, Civil War veteran of the 123rd. O.V.I., died at his home in that place Monday at 2 p.m.  He leaves a wife and two children.  Funeral and burial at Crestline, Wednesday afternoon.  [Mansfield Shield:  10 February 1914]

Newman, Jane Ward -- 89Y;  d. 11/6/1955 at Castle Nursing Home;  descendant of the prominent Newman pioneer family of Richland Co.;  b. 9/27/1866 at LaGrange, IN;  Mansfield resident 1942-1955;  bur. Mansfield Mem. Park  [MNJ 11/7/1955]

Newman, John

Newman, John -- The announcement of the death of Mr. John Newman, at Louisville, Ky., on Friday last, November 30th., whither he went a few weeks ago in search of health, started our whole community and was, indeed, sad news to his many relatives and friends. The passing away of such a man calls for more than mere mention, and as a faithful chronicler of current events THE HERALD desires to put on record some just tribute to his memory. Mr. Newman for many years had occupied public official positions in the county, and was well known to nearly all the people. He was, however, of so quiet a nature, so modest in his mein, so unassuming in his deportment, and so reticent except among most intimate friends, that his real genuine worth, as a man, and as a citizen, was, we fear, not fully appreciated by our people. In his life, neither THE HERALD, nor either of our contemporaries of the press would have ventured to say much in his commendation, for we all realized the fact that it would have been aught but pleasing to him. Of the dead, we may take more freedom, and specially, when his character and career are so worthy of mention. Mr. Newman was a native son of Richland County, and was born December 10, 1825, and had he survived a few more days, would have marked fifty-eight years of life. His parents were of that hardy, heroic stock which did much to advance the first and early settlements of the county. His father, Mr. Michael Newman, who died in 1862 at an advanced age, was one of the pioneers of the county. Our older readers, many of them, will recall his benevolent face, his kindly ways, and his sterling qualities of manhood. His large family of sons and daughters all became and are good citizens and kind neighbors, but John early indicated much more than ordinary breadth of intellect, and was intuitively a student. His knowledge of pure mathematics was wonderful, and we venture to say that in the scientific world, Richland County has had no other son so distinguished. The leading minds of many of our universities and colleges, have been for years his correspondents. Few indeed of our people, as they greeted this quiet, unostentatious man, appreciated his great ability and acquirements. His studies, however, did not have the tendency, as is often the case, to make him an impracticable man; on the contrary, he put to the best active uses, the storehouses of his knowledge. He was not only a mathematician, but also an engineer and mechanic. If any of the lenses of his theodolite became broken, from the rough block of glass he would form, and fashion, and grind, and polish a new one. If leisure came to him when the duties were not pressing, his active brain would invent and design, and his deft and skillful hands would manufacture the tools and instruments through and by which he would and has made telescopes and microscopes, and other works of genius and art. Books were his companions, but not more so than his own thoughts, and yet he was not an unsocial man. He loved his fellow man. Remaining unmarried, the families of his brothers and sisters were the objects of his care and solicitude, and in his death, though his last will and testament, he did not forget them. Politically he was claimed with the party not of THE HERALD, yet again and again when a candidate for County Surveyor he was substantially supported by all the people. He was first elected County Surveyor in 18--, and continued in the office through successive elections until 1882. Though residing outside the city limits, years ago, when the late Col. Burns was President of the Council and our City Fathers were made of such men as Col. Burns, Jas. H. Cook, Moses R. Dickey, Wm. McIlvain, Eckels McCoy, Mr. Newman was appointed City Civil Engineer and was continued as such until his failing health reminded him that he ought not longer to expose himself to the storms of winter and suns of summer in the discharge of such duties. In 1850, when 25 years of age, he became a Mason, and was rapidly advanced; in 1852 a Royal Arch Mason, and in 1868 a Knight Templar. There was much a chivalrous Knight in our friend and none save his immediate relatives more deplore his death than the members of Mansfield Commandery No. 21. In the last few days of his life he made himself known as a Mason, and Sir Knight, to his brethren in Louisville, who gave him every attention, and Sir Knight Henry R. Mitchell, of Louisville, accompanied his remains to Mansfield, reaching here Sunday morning. His funeral obsequies were in charge of Mansfield Commandery, the services being held at the Methodist Episcopal Church, on which occasion Rev. A.D. Knapp, the able and eloquent pastor, reminded the Sir Knights and large assembly in most choice and chaste language of the lofty parentage of the spirits of men and their kinship to the Father of all. The attendance on these obsequies was very large and indicated the great respect in which Mr. Newman was held. One more has passed to the other side. A good man, a true friend, a brave soul has departed. -- HAIL AND FAREWELL. -- [THE MANSFIELD HERALD: 06 December 1883, Vol. 34, No. 3]

Newman, Mrs. Henry -- Mrs. Henry Newman, whose husband's death we noted a few weeks ago, died on Thursday last, and was buried on Saturday in Oakland Cemetery.  Thus in less than one month have both parents been called from life, leaving an only son, aged about 21 years, to mourn their loss.  He has the sympathies of the entire community.  [Shelby Independent News: 28 May 1874, Vol. 6, No. 31]

Newman, Sterling - *see also:  Sterling Numan

Newton, Franklin Asa -- 50Y;  d. 9/9/1955 at People's Hosp.;  b. 8/9/1905 at Binghamton, NY;  WWII - Navy;  h/o Viola Nichols;  bur. Mansfield Cem.  [MNJ 9/10/1955]

Newton, Mary -- d. 7/11/1871 at Worthington Twp.;  85y, 3m, 13d;  married;  b. England;  white;  cause of death - cancer;  res. Worthington Township  [Richland County Probate Court Record of Deaths] *a note in the final column of this record reads "At John Prichard's".  This could refer to where Mary died, or where Mary was living at the time of her death.

Nicholas, Lizzie (Kochheiser)

Nicholas, Samuel R. -- Samuel R. Nicholas, 339 Marion Av., died at his home Wednesday afternoon following a lingering illness. Mr. Nicholas was born in Massillon, coming to Mansfield in 1914 with the Davey Brothers to organize the Mansfield Sheet and Tin Plate Co. which later became the Empire - Reeves Corp. He served as paymaster while employed by Empire-Reeves. He later was employed by Dominion Electric. He was a veteran of World War I. He was a member of First Congregational Church. Mansfield Lodge No. 35 F & A. M.. Mansfield Chapter No. 28, R. A. M., Mansfield Commandery No. 21, K. T. Valley of Dayton Consistory American Legion and the Retman's Club. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Marie Marlow Nicholas; one son, Richard M. Nicholas, and two grandchildren, Allen R. Nicholas and Lynn M. Nicholas, all of 840 South Home Rd., two nieces and two nephews. Funeral services will be conducted at the J. H. Finefrock and Sons Funeral Home Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock with the Rev. Clifford D. Schutjer, pastor of the First Congregational Church officiating. Burial will be in Mansfield Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 o'clock this afternoon. Submitted by Linda and Shirley. Typed by Georgia. [Mansfield News Journal - March 22, 1965]

Nichols, Bert -- Shelby.  Bert Nichols, formerly a druggist in this city, died at his home in Cleveland last Sunday night of heart failure, caused by too much alcohol.  The remains were taken through Shelby to his home in Butler, Monday.  --  [Mansfield Semi-Weekly News:  25 November 1898, Vol. 14, No. 97]

Nichols, Fayette – Fayette, infant daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J.E. Nichols, of this place, passed away in death on Oct. 20, aged 2 months, 10 days. [Our Evangelical Visitor: November, 1895, Vol. 1, No. 1]

Nichols, Jackson -- Butler.  Jackson Nichols died Saturday morning at 6 o'clock after a long illness with a complicated disease, aged 72 years.  The funeral took place at 2 p.m. Sunday under the auspices of Lucullus Lodge K. of P. which order the deceased was a charter member.  The Rev. S.M. Johnson delivered the funeral discourse from the pulpit of the M.P. church in the presence of a large congregation of friends and acquaintances of the deceased.  Mr. Nichols was born in Worthington Township and has always been a resident of this locality.  Nov. 5, 1845, he was married to Esther Bills to which union was born six children, four daughters and two sons.  One daughter, Mrs. David Dyer, and the two sons, W.A. Nichols, of Shelby, and J.E. Nichols, the Butler druggist, survive the death of their mother and father.  A number of years ago Mrs. Nichols died and in 1882 the deceased married Ellen Garber.  Five children is the result of the marriage, and of whom, together with the wire, are still living.  Mr. Nichols served as township trustee two terms very credibly.  --  [Mansfield Semi-Weekly News:  07 October 1898, Vol. 14, No. 83]

Nichols, John H. -- Death claims Dr. Nichols, noted surgeon -- Heart attack causes death of Mansfield physician, known internationally -- Practiced 44 years -- Associates call him a master in profession; funeral to be held Thursday -- Mansfielders in all walks of life today mourned the death of Dr. John H. Nichols, internationally known Mansfield surgeon, who died unexpectedly at his home on Park Avenue West road yesterday. With him at the time were his wife, Bertha Florence Trott Nichols; his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Porter, their son John, and Dr. R R. Black, a lifelong associate. Dr. Nichols had been ill only two days. He was stricken with a heart ailment Sunday evening and died at 4:45 yesterday He was 67. Known throughout the middle west as a skilled surgeon, he had practiced in Mansfield for the past 44 years. Dr. Black, who had known him since childhood, termed him a 'master surgeon', and added 'there were few who could compare with him in skill'. One of his specialties as a surgeon was goiter removal operations. In this field he was said by many to be the equal of Dr. George W. Crile, famed Clevelander. Appendix removals were also a specialty with Dr. Nichols. He had performed hundreds of them. Many, besides his professional associates, recalled him today as a hobbyist whose range of fancies included farming, collecting antique firearms, amateur detective work, fingerprinting and photography. He was also known as a skilled magician. Dr. Nichols was born April 27, 1873 in Pike township near Amity in Knox County, the son of John and Mary Hammel Nichols, a pioneer Knox County family. He obtained his early education in the public schools of Knox County. He graduated from Mount Vernon High School, Danville Normal School and attended the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Chicago. He was awarded a fellowship at Rush Medical College, now the University of Chicago. In 1894 he was awarded the Founders Medal and the Brainard gold medal for highest standards in anatomy studies. He was graduated from Rush Medical College in 1896. He received a fellowship at the college which he held at the time of his death. Dr. Nichols studied in numerous clinics in Europe and the United States and devoted his practice almost entirely to surgery. In 1896 Dr. Nichols married Miss Bertha Florence Trott of Mount Vernon and established practice in Mansfield. He was a member of the staff of the General Hospital, the Richland County Medical Society, the American Medical Association, a fellow in the American College of surgeons, the National Association of Railroad surgeons and the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad surgeons of the United States. He was a member of St. Luke's Lutheran church. Fraternally he was a member of all Masonic bodies of Mansfield, including Knights Templar and the Scottish Rite Valley of Dayton. Surviving are his wife, Bertha Florence Trott Nichols, his daughter, Mrs. Robert K. Porter, a grandson, John R. Porter, all of Mansfield; three sisters, Mrs. Della Daniels and Mrs. Celesta Barker of Amity, and Mrs. Nancy Adrian of Washington, D.C.. In accordance with his own request, funeral services will be private. They will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the home, and will be conducted by Reverend Herbert S. Garnes, a pastor of St. Luke's Lutheran church. Burial will be in Mound View cemetery at Mount Vernon. Friends will be received at the family home from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Tuesday and from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral arrangements are in charge of John S. Jones company. Inventory report filed in estate of Dr. John H. Nichols, late of Mansfield. Value of the estate set at $39,447, including $28,426 in stocks and bonds, $7,580 in accounts and debts receivable, and $2,100 in real estate. Submitted by Ann. [no source cited]

Nichols, Mearl E. -- b. 3/31/1892;  d. 6/3/1952;  bur. Mansfield Cem.  [source:  Memorial booklet on file at Butler / Clear Fork Historical Museum]

Nichols, Susan J. -- Thomas B. Andrews was appointed administrator of the estate of Susan J. Nichols, deceased;  bond $1,100.  [Ohio Liberal:  05 December 1877]

Nichols, William A. -- Butler.  The sad intelligence was flashed over the wires Sunday evening to the effect that William A. Nichols, better known as "Bert" had died suddenly in a drugstore which he has been managing for some time in Cleveland.  Bert has been in ill health for a number of years and last summer went from Shelby, where he had been employed, to a hospital in Cleveland for treatment for stomach trouble and after recovering somewhat accepted a position in the pharmacy where his dead body was discovered Sunday morning.  A coroner's inquest developed the fact that he had died from natural causes.  J.E. Nichols, his only surviving brother, went to Cleveland on the receipt of the news and brought the body here for interment Monday evening.  The funeral, which was a large one, was conducted on Tuesday at 2 p.m. by the Rev. Joseph Mottershead at the M.E. church under the auspices of the Lucullus lodge, K. of P., of which order deceased was a member.  Bert, who was 34 years, 9 months and 11 days of age, leaves a brother, and sister and a host of friends who mourn his untimely death.  --  [Mansfield Semi-Weekly News:  25 November 1898, Vol. 14, No. 97]

Nicholls, Mrs. J.E. -- Independence.  Mrs. J.E. Nicholls (nee Divilbiss) died last Thursday immediately after having a large cancer cut from her left breast by Columbus doctors.  The burial took place Sunday conducted by Rev. Spreng, the Independence Cemetery being selected for her last resting place on earth.  --  [Bellville Star:  15 March 1888, Vol. 11, No. 25]

Nicholson, Charles -- Wednesday.  Charles Nicholson, aged 23 years, died at his home on West Second Street at 3 o'clock this morning.  Funeral arrangements will be announced later.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  31 December 1892]

Nicholson, Nellie -- bur. 6/1886 at Mansfield Cem., 20y;  typhoid malaria  [Mansfield Herald:  15 July 1886]

Nicholson, William -- bur. 1/1888 at Mansfield Cem., rheumatism;  68y  [Mansfield Herald:  31 January 1889]

Nickelson, Anna -- Mrs. Anna Nickelson, wife of Michael Nickelson, died this morning at 5:30 o'clock at her home, 38 Blecker Street, after an illness of about 8 months with dropsical heart trouble.  She would have been 54 years old July 12 next.  She is survived by her husband and 3 daughters, Misses Mary, Anna and Clara Nickelson.  The arrangements for the funeral have not as yet been completed but the services will probably be held Friday morning at 8:30 o'clock at St. Peter's Catholic church, conducted by the Rev. Father Schreiber.  [Mansfield Daily Shield:  17 May 1905, p. 2]

Nickerson, ---- -- We learn that a young man by the name of Nickerson, living at Plymouth, was sun struck on Monday last, and died on Wednesday.  [Shelby Chronicle:  08 August 1867, Vol. 1, No. 23]

Nickerson, ---- -- Lucas.  The oldest daughter of W.H. Nickerson died on Friday night, at 11 o'clock, of typhoid fever and was buried at Perrysville on Sabbath morning.  She was aged seven years.  Mr. Nickerson has one child still down with the same disease.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  07 December 1889, Vol. LXXII, No. 29]

Nickles, Mrs. Joseph -- Shelby.  Mrs. Joseph Nickles died very suddenly last Saturday by choking to death.  She was afflicted with throat trouble.  [Semi-Weekly News:  01 September 1896, Vol. 12, No. 71]

Nicodemus, Charles Gay -- CHARLES GAY NICODEMUS aged 12 years, died in this city, August 20th. The funeral took place from the residence of his father, Abram Nicodemus, No. 2 Bell Street, John's Addition, Wednesday afternoon, August 22d. at 3 o'clock. [MANSFIELD HERALD: 23 August 1883, Vol. 33, No. 40]

Niedermier, Clarence H. -- 53Y;  d. 10/26/1955 at home, Auburn Twp., Crawford Co., near Tiro, OH;  b. 7/4/1902 at Crawford Co., OH;  h/o Corinne  [MNJ 10/26/1955]

Nieman, Mrs. A.D. -- Mrs. A.D. Nieman, who has been boarding at the Wiler House died very suddenly last Thursday evening between 11 and 12 o'clock.  The circumstances so far as we can ascertain were as follows:  She had been sick for four or five weeks but had been gradually improving, so much so as to be able to walk from one room to the other.  Her husband, who is engaged in the insurance business left on a trip to Indianapolis on Monday, leaving her apparently better but on today (Friday) received the sad news of her sudden and untimely death.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  03 February 1877]

Nieubert, Matthias -- Matthias Nieubert died at the infirmary Tuesday afternoon.  The funeral took place Wednesday afternoon from the German Lutheran church.  --  [Mansfield Herald:  08 May 1890, Vol. 40, No. 25]

Nieubert, Matthias -- Wednesday.  Matthias Nieubert died at the infirmary yesterday and was buried this afternoon from the German Lutheran church, of this city.  Four children of the deceased are at the home.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  03 May 1890, Vol. LXXII, No. 50]

Niggles, Howard R. – Mt. Vernon.  Howard R. Niggles, 74, of 106 Vernedale Drive, died Monday evening at Knox Community Hospital East after a long illness.  He was born May 15, 1908 in Marion County.  He was a graduate of Pleasant High School near Marion and attended Temple University.  He moved to Mt. Vernon in 1947 where he was active in the automobile business.  He purchased a Pontiac dealership here in 1956 and acquired a Buick franchise in 1967.  He sold the dealership in 1975 to Ernie Farrow and formed the Niggles Leasing Co. which he operated until his death.  He was a member of St. Vincent DePaul Catholic Church in Mt. Vernon where he served on the church senate.  He was past president of the Mt. Vernon Rotary Club, was chosen Rotarian of the Year, 1981-82 and received the Rotary’s Paul Harris Fellowship Award in 1982.   He was a member of the Chamber of Commerce, the Knights of Columbus, the Elks Lodge, the American Legion and VFW, all of Mt. Vernon and had served as chairman of the United Fund, the Area Development Foundation and Airport Authority in Mt. Vernon.  He had been an active member of SCORE, the Service Corps of Retired Executives in Mansfield.  During World War II he served with the Navy in the Pacific theater.  Surviving are his wife, Isabel Gerstmeyer Niggles; a daughter, Mrs. William (Anne) Wodrich of Beaver Creek, Ohio, and three grandsons.  A funeral Mass will be held Friday at 10 a.m. at St. Vincent DePaul Church by the Rev. Robert Schneider.  Burial will be in Mansfield Catholic Cemetery.  Friends may call at the Flowers-Snyder Funeral Home in Mt. Vernon Thursday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.  Rosary services will be held at 8:30 p.m.  Memorial contributions may be made to the St. Vincent DePaul School fund in care of the church.  Submitted by Linda & Shirley.  Typed by Sherry.  [News Journal, Mansfield:  26 January 1983, p 7A]

Nikolaus, Thelbert A. -- d. 10/29/1995;  mem. St. John's UCC  [St. John's U.C.C. 1995 Annual Congregational Record, p. 14]

Niles, Eli W.

Niman, Abel

Niman, Addie E. (Hiestand) -- Mrs. Addie E. Niman, wife of Charles A. Niman, died at her home in Chicago Monday evening, Nov. 4, about 8:00, succumbing to an operation for a tumor made a few days before and from which it was at first believed she would recover.   Mrs. Niman was the youngest daughter of Mr. & Mrs. William H. Hiestand, formerly of this city, and when a child went to Chicago with her parents who moved there shortly after the fire of 1871, where she and her parents have since resided.  While residing in that city she became acquainted with Mr. Niman, the son of Mr. & Mrs. James A. Niman, of this city, who was located there, and they were married in 1887 and have since made their home in that city, both in the intervening years making frequent visits to Mansfield as the guests of Mr. Niman's parents.  Immediately upon the receipt of a telegram giving notice of the death, Mrs. G.E. Strock, sister of Mr. Niman, left for Chicago to assist in the arrangements for the funeral.  -- [THE MANSFIELD NEWS:  05 November 1901, Vol. 17, No. 210]

Niman, Charles M. -- The first serious hunting accident of the season in this locality occurred Saturday, about 10 o'clock, in D.R. Frasher's woods, three miles southwest of Butler, resulting in the death of Charles M. Niman, of Mansfield.  Mr. Niman, who is an employee of the Aultman-Taylor works at Mansfield, in company with John Schlosser, came to Butler on No. 16 Friday evening, and went out to B.F. Beal's to stay overnight.  Early the next morning the two gentlemen, accompanied by Frank Beal, started out to hunt.  They were later joined by James Frasher, son of D.R. Frasher, and another young man.  Shortly before 10 o'clock the hunting party passed over the line to the Frasher woods, where Mr. Niman shot a squirrel.  Being somewhat fatigued with the travel incident to hunting, the crowd sat down to rest a few minutes.  After reloading his gun, Mr. Niman perched upon a high stump, with the breech of the shot gun resting on the ground.  While in the act of getting down from the stump, Mr. Niman pulled the gun toward him, and it is the belief that it being half-cocked, the trigger caught on the bark of the stump, and was discharged.  Just how it happened, no one will ever know, suffice it to say, a loud explosion attracted the attention of the others to Mr. Niman's direction, with the thought that he had probably brought down another squirrel.  To their horror they discovered their companion lying on the ground near the stump, from which the concussion had knocked him, with a gaping wound in his breast.  The heavy charge had entered his breast just below the ribs, going directly upward in a straight line toward his throat.  A portion of the liver protruded from the wound, which was about the size of a man's hand.  Dr. Rummel was at once summoned and the wounded man removed to the Frasher home.  His friend at Mansfield were also notified by phone, as was Coroner Goodman.  Before the physician arrived on the scene of the accident, the wounded man had breathed his last, being perfectly conscious until the last.  He lived less than half an hour after being shot.  The coroner viewed the body and it was removed to Butler about 1 p.m. and Undertaker George prepared it for shipment to his home at Mansfield on No. 3.  He leaves a wife and parents but no children, to mourn his untimely demise.  This accident occurred within less than half a mile of the place where a Mansfield man dropped dead two years ago, while hunting in that locality.  --  [Butler Enterprise:  08 September 1905, Vol. 17, No. 31]

Niman, Emily -- Mrs. Emily Niman died at 11 o'clock Sunday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Collins W. Bushnell, No. 25 West Second St. at the age of 73 years.  She is survived by her husband, H.R. Niman and two daughters, Mrs. Collins W. Bushnell of Mansfield and Mrs. James E. McIntire of Columbus, Ohio.  The funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 from No. 25 West Second Street conducted by the Rev. S.P. Long.  [Mansfield (OH) Daily Shield: 22 March 1909]

Niman, Emily A. -- bur. 1/1879 at Mansfield Cem., spinal disease;  18y  [Ohio Liberal:  09 April 1879]

Niman, Mabel Gerlach -- d. 6/30/1955 at home in Mansfield;  b: 1/21/1896 at Mansfield;  Member:  First English Lutheran Church, Mansfield;  sis/o Mrs. V.A. Sturgeon, Mansfield;  bur:  Mansfield Cemetery.  [MNJ 7/1/1955]

Niman, Maggie -- bur. 3/1886 at Mansfield Cem., lung disease;  22y  [Mansfield Herald:  08 April 1886]

Niman, Maggie -- As stated Friday, Miss Maggie Niman, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. James A. Niman, died Thursday evening after an illness of several weeks from nervous prostration.  She was about 23 years old and was beloved by all who knew her.  The funeral took place Monday afternoon from the residence of her parents, No. 49 West Fourth Street.  << the remainder of this obituary is illegible >>  [MANSFIELD DAILY HERALD:  06 March 1886, No. 295]

Niman, Maggie -- As stated Friday, Miss Maggie Niman, daughter of Mr. & Mrs.. James A. Niman, died Thursday evening after an illness of several weeks from nervous prostration.  She was about 23 years old and was beloved by all who knew her.  The funeral will take place Monday afternoon from the residence of her parents, No. 49 West Fourth Street.  <<memorial tribute omitted>>  [Mansfield Herald:  11 March 1886]

Niman, Maggie -- 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]

Niman, Margaret -- bur. 5/1886 at Mansfield Cem.;  old age;  84y  [Mansfield Herald:  15 July 1886]

Niman, Margaret -- Died, at the residence of her son-in-law, Calvin Doty, 84 North Mulberry Street, May 18th., Mrs. Margaret Niman, wife of Wm. O. Niman, deceased, aged 83 years, 9 months and 16 days.  Funeral Thursday at 2 o'clock.  Services conducted by Rev. A.D. Knapp.  [Mansfield Herald:  27 May 1886]

Niman, Margaret (Meldrum) -- Died in Mansfield at the residence of her son-in-law on Mulberry Street, Mrs. Margaret Niman, widow of William O. Niman, May 18th., aged 83 years, 9 months and 16 days.  She was united in marriage February 24th., 1832, her husband having preceded her to his heavenly home over four years.  Mrs. Niman and her husband were among those who had to endure the trials and hardships of pioneer life, having come to this place when it was an almost unbroken wilderness.  She came with her parents August 4th., 1818, and her husband, March 15th., 1815.  Mrs. Niman was the daughter of Robert and Phebe Meldrum.  She was born in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, and reared by Christian parents, their home having been for years one of the preaching places of the M.E. church.  She united with the same church at the age of fourteen, the Rev. James B. Finley being their minister.  She was the mother of two children, a son and daughter, also a mother to two of her sister's daughters, Mrs. F.R. Palmer and Mrs. C.C. Stoutnour, whom she raised.  Her conversation through her last illness was that of comfort and consolation to those around her, longing daily for the time of her departure and saying to her daughter that Jesus could make a dying bed feel soft as downy pillows.  Funeral services were conducted by Rev. A.D. Knapp.  [Mansfield Herald:  03 June 1886]

Niman, Margaret (Bradley) -- Mrs. Margaret Niman died at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon at her home, 188 North Walnut Street.  It was her birthday anniversary and she was just 90 years old yesterday.  Death resulted from the enfeebled condition known as "old age".  Mrs. Niman was apparently well for one of her years until Friday when she became ill and it seems a dispensation of providence that her life was terminated at the beginning of another year.  Mrs. Niman was the relict of Jon Niman.  Mother Niman was born in Mercer Co., Pa., Feb. 23rd., 1805.  Her father, John Bradley, moved from Pennsylvania to Richland County in 1820, arriving in this city Feb. 14th. of that year, and settled in Franklin Twp., she having walked the whole distance from Pittsburg to Mansfield.  She was married to John Niman, Sept. 4th., 1823, and lived in Madison Twp. until 1852, when they moved to this city.  Her husband died Sept. 30th., 1864, since which time she and her eldest daughter have lived together.  She was the mother of nine children, five of whom are now living, Mrs. E.A. Baggs, James A., John B. and Jerry Niman, being at her bedside to the final end, her son W.B. Niman, being absent in Chicago.  She had several grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.  She has one surviving sister, Miss Mary Bradley, of North Mulberry Street.  She has been a consistent Christian all her life, having been a member of the Presbyterian church over 70 years.  She leaves a large circle of relatives and friends, and her children mourn the loss of a kind and loving mother.  The funeral will take place from her residence, 188 North Walnut Street, Tuesday, Feb. 26th., at 1 p.m.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  02 March 1895, Vol. LXXVII, No. 42]

Niman, Mary E. -- d.  9/28/1869 at Mansfield;  3y, 8m, 3d;  b. Richland Co.;  white;  cause:  croup;  res.  Madison Twp.  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Niman, Weller -- d. 3/17/1870 at Mansfield;  20y, 2m, 7d;  cause:  consumption;  res. Madison Twp.  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Nimmons, Jane (Laser) -- Shelby.  Mrs. Jane Nimmons died Monday night of abscess.  Funeral at London, Wednesday.  [Semi-Weekly News:  03 September 1897, Vol. 13, No. 71]

Nimmons, Jane (Laser) -- Jackson Township.  Mrs. Jane Nimmons, a sister of J.C. Laser, of Mansfield, was buried at St. Peter's Church, London, last week, the Rev. Loon officiating.  [Semi-Weekly News:  10 September 1897, Vol. 13, No. 73]

Nimmons, Sarah M. (Brumbach) -- Mrs. Sarah M. Nimmons died very suddenly at the family home, 187 West Main Street, Shelby, Sunday morning, following a brief illness.  Mrs. Nimmons was taken ill a week previous with a peculiar throat trouble caused probably by an abrasion made when she had swallowed something, this resulting in the abscess which caused her death.  Deceased was the daughter of H.B. and Mary J. Brumbach, and was born in Plymouth, Aug. 3, 1848.  She was a sister to Mrs. James Atyeo of this place.  Interment was made in Greenlawn Cemetery, Tuesday afternoon.  --  [Plymouth Advertiser:  19 June 1915, Vol. 62, No. 30]

Nissley, Mrs. Daniel -- Saturday.  Mrs. Daniel Nissley, aged 57 years, died from the effects of la grippe this morning at the home of her husband, about four miles east of the city.  She had been sick but a short time.  the funeral will take place Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock.   [Richland Shield & Banner:  02 May 1891, Vol. LXXIII, No. 50]

Nittle, ---- -- Friday.  A 12-years-old daughter of Mr. Nittle, living east of the city, on the Park Avenue East Road, died this morning at six o'clock of inflammation of the bowels.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  08 March 1890, Vol. LXXII, No. 42]

Nixon, Lizzie -- d. 5/30/1873 at Plymouth;  30y, 8m, 30d;  married;  b. Plymouth;  white;  cause = consumption;  res. Plymouth Township  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Nixon, Port -- Mr. Port Nixon, of Orchard Street, died at 7 o'clock Friday evening, after a sickness of nearly a year, a greater part of the time being confined to the house.  A few months ago consumption and dropsy set in, which were th final causes of his death.  He was a memberof the A-T relief association and moulder's union.  [Mansfield Herald:  06 June 1889]

Nixon, Porter -- Saturday.  Porter Nixon died at his home on Orchard Street at 6:45 last evening of a combination of heart and lung trouble.  The funeral will take place at Ashland tomorrow, the hour of which has not yet been set.  Mr. Nixon was a member of the A-T. Relief Association and the Moulders Union.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  08 June 1889, Vol. LXXII, No. 3]

Nixon, Samuel

Noble, ---- -- We learn that a little boy aged about four years belonging to Mr. Wm. Noble, Jr., residing near Shiloh on Friday, while his parents were at the State Fair at Mansfield was drowned.  He was left in the care of a girl, but by some means fell into the well, and before assistance could be had he drowned.  [Shelby Independent News:  19 September 1872, Vol. 4, No. 47]

Noble, Donald E. - Mansfield.  Donald E. Noble, son of Mrs. John Noble of Mansfield, died last Sunday in Holy Cross Hospital, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., after a long illness.  He was a graduate of Madison Comprehensive High School and Ohio Wesleyan University and was a member of the South Main Street United Methodist Church.  Mr. Noble was employed in the Health, Education and Welfare Department in Florida.  Besides his mother, he is survived by his wife, Nancy and a sister, Louann Gayman of Ashland.  His father died in February.  Submitted by Linda & Shirley.  Typed by Mary Anderson.  [Mansfield News Journal: 30 October 1983]

Noble, Margaret -- d. 7/8/1870 at Bloominggrove Twp., consumption;  72y, 8m;  b. Washington Co.;  res. Bloominggrove Twp.  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Noble, Mrs. Reed -- Mrs. Reed Noble, 54, died Friday evening in Shelby Memorial hospital where she had been a patient for a week.  Born Verda Wells in 1907, near Shiloh, she was married in 1932. She was active in community affairs, being a member of Mt. Hope Lutheran church, Shiloh Grange, Rome Country club and Mansfield Women of the Moose. She was a member of the Class of 1926, Shiloh High school.  She is survived by her husband, her mother, Mrs. Daisy Wells; three sisters, Mrs. Marguerite Dawson, Shiloh, Mrs. Madge Miller, Mansfield, and Mrs. Pauline Geddes, Columbus; and a brother, Raymond Wells, Shiloh.  Last rites were conducted Monday afternoon from McQuate Funeral home in Shiloh by her pastor, the Rev. James H. Nichols, and burial was in Mt. Hope cemetery.  Larry Humbert left last week for Wasco, Tex., here he will serve in the Air Force ROTC for four weeks.  Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Seymour and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Forsythe attended the Attica fair Sunday.  Submitted by Terry W.  [Unknown newspaper]

Noble, William H. -- William H. Noble, 91, of Route 1, Shiloh died Sunday morning at Crestwood Care Center after a lengthy illness.  A native of Bloominggrove Twp., Noble had lived his entire life on the same farm.  He is survived by his two sons, Billy of Fostoria and Kermit of Shelby; 10 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren; a brother, John of Plymouth and a sister, Mrs. Vernice Myers of Greenwich.  His wife, Anita, and two sons, Kenneth and Howard preceded, him in death.  Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Mt. Hope Cemetery, Shiloh. The Rev. David Gentzsler of Mt. Hope Lutheran Church will officiate.  Friends may call at the Myers Funeral Home from 7 to 9 p.m. today.  Submitted by Terry W.  [source not identified]

Noecher, Benjamin -- ADARIO -- Benjamin Noecher died near Bucyrus Apr. 16, aged 87 years, 1 month and 11 days.  Mr. Noecher was the father of Mrs. Jackson White, who lives north of town.  [RICHLAND SHIELD & BANNER:  02 May 1896, Vol. LXXVIII, No. 51]

Noecker, Martha Anna (Howard) -- Martha Anna Howard was born January 31, 1844, at Delphi, Ohio.  Departed this life December 21, 1914, at her home on Sandusky Street, Plymouth, aged 71 years, 10 months and 20 days.  She was united in marriage to Alfred Noecker, October 19, 1866.  To this union there were born no children.  She lived in and about Ripley nearly all her life, coming to Plymouth with her husband several years ago, and her manner of life is well known, not only here but in her old home in Ripley.  At an early age she gave her heart to Christ during a revival held in the M.E. church at Delphi, which was conducted by the Rev. G.C. Ball.  She was baptized and joined the church.  During her illness she gave evidence that she expected peace and rest in the life beyond.  A large circle of friends are in sympathy with the bereaved husband, brother and relatives.  <<scripture omitted>> Funeral services were held from her late home on Sandusky Street, Wednesday forenoon, Dec. 23, interment being made in the Edward's Grove Cemetery.  [Plymouth Advertiser:  02 January 1915]

Nolder, Stanley L. -- 57Y;  d. 12/19/1955 at Crestline Emerg. Hosp.;  b. 3/1/1898 at DuBois, PA;  h/o Nellie;  bur. at New Haven, OH  [MNJ 12/20/1955]

Noons, George -- George Noons, on whom an operation for inguinal hernia was performed Friday, died about 1 o'clock Saturday at his home on North Adams Street.  He was 51 years of age and was an express man.  He leaves a wife and children.  Funeral services Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. Dr. F.A. Gould.  [Mansfield Semi-Weekly News:  02 August 1898, Vol. 14, No. 64]

Nordstrum, Peter -- 65Y;  d. 6/6/1955 at Crestline Emerg. Hosp. (heart attack);  resident of Seattle, WA;  died while en route to NYC from where he was planning to take a trip to his native Sweden  [MNJ 6/7/1955]

Norman, Della -- Mrs. Della Norman, wife of Harvey Logan, died Saturday night at her home 8 miles west of Mansfield after a lingering illness of six months with tuberculosis.  The deceased was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Norman and was born in Harrison County, July 6, 1886, and married to Harvey Logan in 1903.  She leaves to mourn their loss a husband and two children, Frank and Walter, a father and mother, three sisters and one brother, Mrs. Mary Kilgore of this city, Mrs. Edna Kauffman of Ontario and Ethel and William Norman at home besides a host of other friends.  Funeral services will be conducted at her late home Tuesday at 10 o'clock by the Rev. Mr. Harris of Bloominggrove.   Submitted by Ouoxman.  [Shelby Newspaper:  23 February 1913]

Norman, James A. -- James A. Norman, 69, died Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the home of his brother, G. A. Norman, two miles south of Ontario after a lingering illness.  He was born on a farm in Harrison County, where he spent his entire life until coming to live with his brother, three months ago.  His brother, G. A. Norman, of Springfield Twp., survives together with two nephews and a niece.  The body was removed to the Finefrock mortuary where it will remain until Friday morning when it will be taken to Cadiz.  Interment will be in Green Township Cemetery.  Submitted by Ouoxman.  [MANSFIELD NEWS JOURNAL:  26 January 1932]

Normant, Anna Dembaki -- 82Y;  d. 8/9/1954 at home, Mansfield;  wid/o Anthony J.;  b. 4/1/1872 at Lithuania  [Mansfield News Journal:  09 August 1954]

Norrick, Daniel -- d. 6/11/1871 at Washington Twp.;  married;  75y, 11m, 2d;  b. Pennsylvania;  farmer;  cause of death = jaundice;  white;  mother = Catherine Freckler;  res. Washington Township  [Richland County Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Norrick, Mary -- d. 8/12/1871 at Monroe Twp.;  widowed;  45y, 4m;  b. Harrison Co., ??;  farmer's wife;  white;  cause of death unknown;  res.  Monroe Township  [Richland County Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Norris, ---- -- bur. 12/15/1874 at Mansfield Cem.;  infant;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Shield & Banner:  09 January 1875]

Norris, Aretas   (external link)

Norris, Catherine -- d. 10/22/1868 at Worthington Twp.;  44y, 28d;  b. Huntington Co., ??;  spinster;  white;  cause:  Peritonitis;  res. Worthington Twp.  [Richland County Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Norris, Catherine -- d. 10/22/1868 at Worthington Twp.;  44y, 28d;  b. Pennsylvania;  spinster;  white;  cause:  peritonitis;  res. Worthington Twp.   [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Norris, Charles -- Charles Norris, aged about 28, second cousin of the late Mr. Ed. Norris of this city, who lives at Bloomville, 33 miles northwest of here on the N.W.O. R'y was struck by the east bound passenger yesterday morning.  He was crossing a bridge on his hands and knees, when the train came along and knocked him off into a creek, a distance of 28 feet.  He broke through two inches of ice, sustaining injuries, from which he died at one o'clock in the afternoon.  He was unmarried and lived with his parents.  [Mansfield Herald:  04 March 1886]

Norris, Dawn (Mitchell) -- Dawn Norris, 83, of 458 Plainview Rd. died Sunday afternoon May 26, 2002 at home unexpectedly. Dawn was born June 4, 1918 in Ontario to Frank Roy & Frances (Housman) Mitchell. She had belonged to Richland County Republican Women, Ohio Federation of Republican Women, and National Federation of Republican Women. She is survived by one son, Timothy H. Norris and companion, Arlene Boudreau of Mansfield and one daughter and son-in-law, Nancilee N. & Robert Jones of Mansfield, one grandson Matthew Jones also of Mansfield. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Howard C. Norris in 1997, three brothers and two sisters. Friends may call at the Diamond Street Home of Wappner Funeral Directors on Thursday May 30, 2002 from 6-9 p.m. funeral service will be Friday at 1:00 p.m. at the funeral home officiated by Lanny Wagner and Joseph Pfeiffer of First Friends Church. Burial will be in Mansfield Memorial Park and memorial contributions may be made to the First Friends Church. Submitted by Judy. [Mansfield News Journal: 27 May 2002]

Norris, Diego Eben -- [Mansfield News Journal:  unknown date]

Norris, Evan D. -- d. 8/1885, kidney disease;  52y;  bur. Mansfield Cemetery  [Mansfield Herald:  07 January 1886]

Norris, Evan D. -- Rev. S.W. Miller, of Salsburg, Pa., formerly pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of this city, arrived in town Monday night, and conducted the services Tuesday at the obsequies of E.D. Norris.  Mr. Norris was baptized by Mr. Miller when he united with the church.  Visitors and friends were allowed to view the remains from 12 until 4 p.m. Tuesday.  A great many letters and telegrams expressive of sympathy and condolence were received by Mrs. Norris.  The deceased was buried by the Knights of Honor.  [Mansfield Herald:  13 August 1885, Vol. 35, No. 39]

Norris, Evan D. -- Mr. Evan D. Norris, the well-known liveryman, died Sunday, the 9th. instant, at 3 p.m.  His death had been almost daily expected for two weeks.  For over two months he had not been well.  Feeling in need of rest, he sought relief in July at Magnetic Springs, where he sojourned for a brief season.  Just three weeks before the last day he returned home in poorer health than when he left.  He at once took to his bed and never rose from it again.  He was constantly nursed during his illness by his faithful wife and two male attendants, Captain W.H. Farber and James G. Eggleston.  Dr. J.W. Craig and R.H. Reed were his attending physicians.  He required somebody to sit up with him every night and this office was alternately performed by Messrs. C.E. McBride and S.D. Nye.  The cause of his death was fatty degeneration of the heart and muscular tissues.  He was also afflicted with Bright's disease of the kidneys.  His symptoms during the last few days of his life were extreme drowsiness, mental hallucination, and difficult breathing.  He desired to sleep continually in the daytime, but was very restless at night.  He imagined he was still at the Springs.  He breathed heavily and fast, but ate substantially nothing.  For the first week he subsisted on chicken broth and beef tea.  He ate absolutely nothing during the last two weeks.  Much of the time he was not in his right mind, but continued in a semi-conscious or lethargic condition.  His bed was placed in the sitting room, or middle room of the house (No. 40 East Third Street) which contained two doors and two windows.  These were constantly kept open for the sake of ventilation, and in addition to this means of admitting air into the apartment, the patient required to be fanned the greater portion of the time.  His extreme obesity, his weight exceeding 350 pounds, rendered this necessary.  He passed away without intense pain, and apparently died of suffocation.  Mr. Norris was born at Tiffin, April 7, 1833, and was consequently 52 years old at the time of his death.  He was the son of Eli and Sarah Norris, who are both deceased, and was one of a family of eight children, three sons and five daughters, named as follows:  Stephen, Lloyd and Evan;  Mary, Aberrilla, Sarah Ann, Harriet and Elizabeth.  He was married at Mt. Vernon, December 22d., 1868, to Miss Sarepta D. Cole, who survives him.  He came to this city from Tiffin nineteen years ago.  For two years he was employed by the firm of Emminger & Sherman (the Senator) to sell windmills.  At that time he was slender and of medium size.  He then engaged in the livery business and remained proprietor of the livery stable owned at the time of his death for seventeen years.  It was custom to walk to and from his place of business, but latterly he rode a great deal, invariably driving a single horse in an open buck-board.  On account of his great weight, which depressed the springs in no small degree, it was not so inconvenient for him to get into a vehicle of this kind.  Exertion of course fatigued him, and he therefore but seldom indulged in any vigorous physical exercise.  He enjoyed field sports, however, and was an active member of the Mansfield Shooting Club.  He was present at the last annual picnic held by the club in July on the banks of the Blackfork.  He used frequently to go to Toledo and to Licking reservoir near Newark to amuse himself by shooting ducks.  Mr. Norris was a member of the Presbyterian Church, and contributed liberally toward its' support.  He united with the church about five years ago.  He was also a member in good standing of the Knights of Honor, in which his life was insured for $2,000 for the benefit of his wife.  His life was ever consistent with such religious professions as he made.  Mr. and Mrs. Norris had no children of their own, but had adopted a little girl named Mary Tabor, whom they purposed bringing up as their own daughter.  She is eight years old.  The widow is left in good circumstances, being sole heir to the residence, livery stable, and whatever personal property her husband may have possessed.  The deceased was familiarly known to everybody in the county, and was a general favorite.  He was of a jovial nature, kind-hearted, with an inexhaustible fund of humor, and he hugely enjoyed a joke.  His laugh was hearty and whole-souled.  He had numerous friends, and was himself a warm friend.  He was six feet tall, though apparently much shorter.  His chest measure was two feet four inches;  depth, 20 inches.  His waist was as large as the waists of half a dozen men of ordinary size.  The funeral took place from his late residence Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.  --  [Mansfield Herald:  13 August 1885, Vol. 35, No. 39]

Norris, Hazel

Norris, Herman William

Norris, John Edward

Norris, Kenneth -- Crestline - Funeral services for Kenneth R. Norris, 29, of Beam Road, Crestline, RFD 2, will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. in the Mark A. Schneider Funeral Home by the Rev. Glenn McDaniel.  Burial will be in Greenlawn Cemetery. Calling hours are Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.  Mr. Norris died Wednesday morning in Mansfield General Hospital from injuries received in an auto-train accident.  He was born Aug. 26, 1956, in Ashland. he lived in Crestline for nine years, moving from Mansfield. He worked for his father, resurfacing bowling alleys.  He is survived by his parents, Donald R. and Drema J. Dodd Norris of Crestline; and three sisters, Mrs. Gary (Jackie) Davidson of Detroit, Mrs. Steven (Lorrie) Fox of Mansfield and Colleen Stoops of Crestline. Submitted by Linda and Shirley. Typed by Georgia. [Mansfield News Journal Tuesday 5-15-1986]

Norris, Maggie L. -- Sunday.  Maggie L., aged 24 years, 9 months and 28 days, wife of Ila B. Norris, of this city, died at the home of her husband, No. 41 Harker Street, January 1st., at 11:55 p.m. of catarrhal consumption.  The funeral services will be held at the family residence Monday, at 2 p.m., Rev. R.T. Stevenson, officiating.  [Richland Shield & Banner:  09 January 1892]

Norris, Mary

Norris, Myron W,

Norris, Myron W.

Norris, Nellie

Norris, Velma Harry - Mansfield- Velma Norris, 47, of 442 Tracy St., died Saturday at Mansfield General Hospital. She was born March 12, 1944, in Angie, La., to Frank and Lucille Harry. Mrs. Norris lived in Mansfield since 1960 and worked at Headstrom Manufacturing in Ashland. She was a member of the Mt. Herman Baptist Church in Mansfield. She is survived by her father, three daughters, Georgia and Crystal Norris, both of Columbus, and Carla Norris of Akron; a sister, Dorothy James of Mansfield; a brother, Frank Harry, Jr. of New Orleans, and a step-brother, Julius Pitter of Mansfield. She was preceded in death by her mother. Calling hours are Monday after 2 p.m. at the Williams Funeral Home, where the family will receive friends after 7 p.m.. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the Mt. Herman Baptist Church by her pastor, the Rev. Fred Gilbert. Burial will be at Mansfield Cemetery. Submitted by Linda & Shirley. Typed by Janet. [Mansfield News Journal:  02 June 1991]

Norris, Walter M. Jr.

North, Frederick C. -- Died, on the 31st. ult., Frederick C., son of T.J. & J.A. North, of Rome.  [Plymouth Advertiser:  26 August 1854, Vol. 1, No. 45]

North, Roger D. -- Captain Roger D. North, of Plymouth, died on Thursday morning, 14th. inst., in that place, of heart affection.  Capt. North was one of the oldest settlers of that neighborhood, and was well known about Mansfield.  [Shelby Chronicle:  28 November 1867, Vol. 1, No. 39 as reprinted from the (Mansfield) Herald]

Northrup, John Carl W. -- 48, a resident of the Phoenix Hotel, died Saturday night at General Hospital following a brief illness.  He was born Dec. 2, 1905 in Morrow County, but spent the greater part of his life in Mansfield. He was a former employee of Westinghouse.  Surviving are five sons, Edward S., George E., John E., Kenneth A., and Thomas B., two daughters, Mrs. Robert Cramer and Mrs. Thomas Raphael, all of Mansfield; a brother, Edward of Galion; two sisters, Mrs. Reuben Snyder of Galion and Mrs. Alanzo Elkins of Olivesburg, and five grandchildren. The body is at the Wappner Funeral Home where services will be conducted Wednesday at 3:30 p. m. by Rev. Samuel U. J. Peard, pastor of the Grace Episcopal Church. Burial will be in the Mansfield Cemetery. Submitted by Linda & Shirley  [Mansfield News Journal: 21 June 1954]

Noss, Samuel -- Samuel Noss of Shiloh, who a few weeks ago fell from a building while working in Plymouth, receiving severe injuries, died at his home in the above village Friday of last week.  [Plymouth Advertiser: 19 June 1915, Vol. 62, No. 30]

Nothacker, Barbary -- There was one death in the school during the year, Barbary Nothacker, a member of the (Shelby) B Class, died during the first term.  [Shelby Chronicle:  13 June 1867, Vol. 1, No. 15]

Nothaker, Frederick Karle -- was born in Afredinging Germany August 3rd 1798. Married Annie M. Reiser in 1822, emigrated to the United States in 1854, landed at New York and from thence came to Shelby where he has lived ever since, and departed this life February 17th, 1891, with his daughter, Mrs. Huber on Broadway, at the advanced age of 92 years, 6 months and 14 days. The deceased was the father of 8 children, 3 sons and 5 daughters, 3 of whom with the wife and mother preceded him to the eternal world leaving 5 children, 28 grand-children and 20 great grand-children to mourn his departure. He united with the Lutheran church when a young man in the father-land, was a kind and indulgent father, a good neighbor and citizen. He has gone to join the fathers on the other side and may the great Head of the Church preserve and keep those in the body in a state of readiness to meet the sainted dead on the other shore. The funeral took place on the 18th. Services held in the Presbyterian Church, conducted by Rev. Shulenberger, and the mortal remains laid to rest in the old graveyard near by. Peace to his ashes. Submitted by Terry W.  [SHELBY TIMES, Shelby, Ohio, February 21, 1891, page 2]

Nozzard, Mary [sic] -- d. 1/8/1869 at Mansfield;  60y;  b. England;  white;  cause:  palsy;  res. Mansfield  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Numan, Sterling -- Shelby.  Sterling Numan, the 8-year-old son of Mr. & Mrs. John Numan, living at the corner of Main and Leichty Avenue, died Sunday of blood poison, after an illness of two weeks.  Some time ago he injured one of his knees while in the woodshed and the would developed into the abscess which was operated by the doctors, but without result, as the poison in his system caused death.  The case was probably aggravated by the extreme nervousness of the child, who, during his last days of life, was delirious and suffered from the repetition of recent experience. Some weeks ago he was in swimming and was kept in the water several hours by elder boys who threw sticks and stones at him, as he stated.  During his illness he imagined that he was in the water again and that the boys were striking him with sticks and stones, and for several days his cries to be saved from their persecution was head for a block around the Numan home.  The funeral will be held Tuesday at 10 o'clock at the residence, conducted by John Wilson of the M.E. Church.  Interment at Oakland.  [Mansfield News:  24 July 1899]

Numan, Sterling -- Shelby.  A post-mortem examination was held yesterday afternoon over the remains of Sterling Numan, who died of blood poisoning.  [Mansfield News:  25 July 1899]

Numan, Sterling -- Jackson Twp.  Mr. & Mrs. John Newman (sic), formerly of Jackson Township but now of Shelby, have the sympathy of their many friends in Jackson in their sad hour of bereavement in the death of their youngest son, who was buried last Monday.  [Mansfield News:  28 July 1899]

Nunamaker, Susanna Keiser – Mrs. Susanna Keiser [Nunamaker], aged 83, widow of John Nunamaker, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William Snyder, 254 Harker street, March 3. Funeral Monday at 3 p.m. at home of her daughter. Rev Arthur Smith of Ashland, and Rev. H. S. Carnes, pastor of St. Luke’s Lutheran church in charge. Burial in Mansfield cemetery. Submitted by Jim B. [Mansfield News, Sunday, March 4, 1928, p. 8.]

Nunmaker, Elizabeth -- Mrs. Elizabeth Nunmaker, mother of Auditor Nunmaker, died in Weller township Sunday afternoon, aged 77 years.  [MANSFIELD HERALD:  04 September 1890, Vol. 40, No. 42]

Nurl, Erie -- d. 7/10/1871 of diarrhea at Mansfield;  5m;  b. Mansfield;  c/o Christian & Mary (Haines) Nurl;  white;  res. Third Ward Mansfield  [Richland Co. Probate Court Record of Deaths]

Nye, ---- -- Wednesday.  The three-years-old daughter of John Nye and wife died last evening at their home, on East Bloom Street, from an attack of la grippe.  The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.  --  [Richland Shield & Banner:  10 February 1894, Vol. LXXVI, No. 39]

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