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From: "JOYCE FULLEN" <>
Subject: [OH-Old-News] 1926 Obits (Columbus Dispatch)
Date: Fri, 05 Apr 2002 20:36:47 -0500
July 12, 1926
Deaths - Funerals
SPRING - Mrs. Eliza, aged 72, widow of the late John SPRING, died at her
home on Jackson Pike, one mile south of Greenlawn avenue, Sunday night, of
apoplexy. She had suffered a second stroke. Mrs. SPRING had been a
lifelong resident of Franklin county. Surviving her are three sons and six
daughters, John, Harry and William Spring. Mrs. Katherine STREETER, Mrs.
Anna LINLEY and Mrs. Florence LITTLE, all of Columbus; Mrs. Alice PEMBERTON
of Alton, and Mrs. Elsie BAKER of London. There also survive 35
grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and a brother, Benjamin HAMMOND of
Columbus. The funeral will be held from the residence at 1:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, followed by services at the Main Street Presbyterian chapel at 2
o'clock. Interment will be made in Wesley Chapel cemetery, under direction
of Herman L. MAEDER.
SHERMAN - Calvin. The death of Mr. SHERMAN occurred at his home in
Lockbourne where he had been a resident many years, at 9 o'clock Sunday
night. He was 74 years of age and a gardener. He succumbed to heart
disease, from which he had been a sufferer 10 years. Funeral services will
be held in the Lockbourne M.E. church, Wednesday, at 2 o'clock Columbus
time, and burial will be made in Fernwood cemetery, Lockbourne, under
direction of Denton and Donaldson. In addition to his wife, Mrs. Cora
SHERMAN, he leaves six sons and six daughters. Clyde and Allen SHERMAN,
Mrs. Amy WEAVER, Mrs. Leona BARCUS and Mrs. Eleche GLICK all of Columbus;
Emmett SHERMAN of Linworth, Oakley, Mark and Tony SHERMAN, Mrs. Sadie Allen
(should be FULLEN) and Mrs. William J. GOULDNER of Lockbourne, and Mrs. Mary
SMITH of Obetz Junction. Twenty-five grandchildren, three sisters and four
brothers also survive.
PHELPS - The remains of George A. PHELPS, aged 67, former resident of
Martins Ferry, Ohio, who was found dead in bed at the Columbus State
hospital, where he was a patient, were sent to Ft. Wayne, Ind., for funeral
and interment, under the direction of the P.E. RUTHERFORD Co. Coroner J.A.
MURPHY viewed the remains and said heart disease was the cause of death.
WINTER - Mrs. Gertrude. Funeral services for Mrs. WINTER, of 629 South
Twenty-second street, are to be held in St. John the Evangelist church on
Ohio avenue, at 9 a.m. Friday. Mrs. WINTER's death occurred Friday night,
following an attack of heart disease. The funeral services are delayed to
permit Mrs. John H. ZINK, of Columbus and Mrs. Paul L. SWEENEY time to come
from Seattle, where the Columbus sister was visiting at the home of the
latter at the time of their mother's death. Interment will be in St.
Joseph's cemetery, under the direction of MAEDER Brothers & SEBITZKY
EVANS - James Sterling, aged 12. Heart disease caused his death at White
Cross hospital, Sunday. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Blaine EVANS of
Johnstown, Ohio, and leaves besides his parents, a brother, Wendell and a
sister Ada. Funeral services will be held at the resident of his uncle, E.
Ray EVANS, at 2320 Tremont road, Wednesday at 10 a.m. Burial will be made
in Marysville, Ohio.
SWICKARD - Joshua, aged 90, died at his home, three miles southwest of New
Albany, Sunday afternoon, of senility. His wife, three daughters and a son
survive. Funeral services will be held at the residence, Wednesday, at
10:30 a.m. Burial will be made in Maplewood cemetery in charge of J.F.
HORNADAY - James Monroe. Funeral services for Mr. HORNADAY, who died at
his home, 681 East Capital street, Friday, of pneumonia, will be held at the
chapel of J.W. ADAMS, Monday at 7:30 p.m. Burial will be made in Lima,
Ohio. He was 61 years of age and leaves his wife, Mrs. Virginia HORNADAY; a
sister, Mrs. Fannie HOGICAN of Richmond, Ind., a brother, Ora of Lima and a
niece, Miss Mabel HARDER also of Richmond.
CRIST - Henry, aged 63. The remains of Mr. CRIST, who died at the
Columbus state hospital, Saturday, were sent to Glenwood, W.V. for funeral
and interment, under the direction of the E.E. FISHER Co. A brother and two
LLOYD - George Ross jr, four-year-old son of Mr. and Mr. G.R. LLOYD, 462
1/2 Buttles avenue, died at White Cross hospital, Sunday, of nephritis. The
remains were sent to Salem, N.J. for funeral and burial in charge of the
DAVIDSON - Gerald V, aged 17. The remains of the youth who died at Mt.
Carmel hospital, Sunday, of appendicitis, were sent to Alice, Ohio for
funeral and interment, under the direction of Glenn L. MYERS. He was the
son of Mrs. Lavoda E. DAVIDSON and leaves besides his mother, a sister,
BUTLER - Horton C., aged 69, of 484 Taylor avenue. Funeral services for
Mr. Butler, who died Saturday, of paralysis, will be held at the Mt. Vernon
Avenue A.M.E. church, Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. Burial will be made in Union
cemetery under the direction of C.D. WHITE & Sons.
CURRIER - Mrs. Anne Louise. The death of Mrs. CURRIER, resident of
Petersburg, Va., occurred at Mt. Carmel hospital, Sunday at noon. She was
the widow of the late Edgar CURRIER and leaves a daughter, Miss Anna e.
CURRIER of 1578 Inglis avenue, Grandview Heights, and a son, Robert E.
CURRIER of Petersburg, Va. The funeral arrangements are in charge of the
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