Davis, Edgar (1880-1928)
       Hale, Lola May (1876-1921)
       Harris, Sarah Maris (1845-1922)
       McLean, Charles Henry (1896-1937)
       McLean, William Elwood (1928-1992)
       North, Horace Lincoln (1861-1940)
       North, Lola May (Hale)  (1876-1921)
       North, Ronald Bruce (1876-1957)
       North, Sarah Maris (Harris)( 1845-1922)
       North, William S. (1869-1929)
       Sarah McLean Stevenson (Sarah Ann Wilson) (1873-1932)

Edgar Davis   1880-1928

Glouster, Sept. 12 - (staff Special) - Edgar Davis, 50, a former resident, died Monday at a hospital in Wheeling as a result of injuries he received last Saturday while at work in the mines of eastern Ohio. The body was brought to this city Tuesday by C. F. Wallace, funeral director, and the services will be held at the funeral home on Front Street this afternoon at 4 o'clock in charge of the Rev. Roberts. Burial will be made in the cemetery at Maplewood. Mr. Davis was twice married and leaves a daughter, Mrs. William Ramsey of Steubenville, by his first marriage. His second wife is a daughter of William Frye of this city. He also leaves three brothers and a sister - Silas Davis, Amesville; Frank and Howard Davis, and Mrs. Lizzie Willing (sic), near Athens. {9/12/1828}


Lola May Hale (wife of Bruce North) 5/11/1876 - 12/03/1921

 In paper 12/5/1921:    

 The remains of Mrs. Bruce North, formerly of Morgan County were brought here from Crooksville Saturday and taken to Mountville for interment. Mrs. North died Thursday at her home at Crooksville. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hale of Crooksville former Morgan County residents. Her husband and a 12? year old son survive.

*newspaper clipping, unknown newspaper

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Sarah Maris Harris (wife of John North) 1876 - March, 1922

: In paper 3/4/1922

    Amesville, March 4 – Mrs. Sarah North died Saturday morning after a one day’s illness with pneumonia at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts of near Broadwell. Mrs. North was 76 years old and the widow of the late John North, old residents of near Amesville. Three sons and two daughters are left. Funeral services will be held Monday, the home not being resided  upon and the burial made in the Amesville Cemetery.

*unknown newspaper clipping

Obituary from Athens Messenger, 3/4/1922 -

       Sarah North, age 76, died Saturday morning. She was the wife of John North. She left behind three sons and two daughters. She was at the home of Roy Roberts at the time. She will be buried in Amesville Cemetery.

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Charles Henry McLean 
~ Funeral reading transcription, written in Florence D. McLain McLean's handwriting.

Mr. Charles Henry McLean, husband of Mrs. Florence McLean, was born at Meadow Run at Jackson Co., Ohio, May 19,1896, departed this life June 24, 1937 at the age of 41 years, 1 month, 7 days. He was a good neighbor, was kind and generous to all his friends. He was always ready in sickness or death to help his friends in need. He leaves of his family his wife, Mrs. Florence McLean and 5 (five) children, William, age 9, James, age 7, Janet, age 5, Ruth, Age 2, Delores, Age 8 months, and one brother, John McLean of Southville, PA. and one sister, Mrs. Mary Rivers of Sugar Creek (Poston), also a hostess of relatives and friends to mourn his loss.

Beautiful angels our sorrows are sore,

Weeping for one who will weep never more,

Beautiful Angels on pinions of light,

Wait til we whisper our daddy and husband Goodnight.

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McLean, William Elwood (1928-1992)

Jacksonville - William E. McLean, 63, of Jacksonville, died unexpectedly Thursday at O'Bleness Memorial Hospital, Athens.  Born in Poston, he was the son of the late Charles H. and Florence D. McLain McLean.  He worked as a security guard for T.S. Trim in Athens, was a World War II and Korean War Army veteran, and a member of Jacksonville Veterans of Foreign Wars and Athens Disabled American Veterans.

He is survived by his wife, Ann McClain McLean; four daughters, Mrs. Ted (Debbie) Davis of Hilliard, Mrs. John (Teresa) Young of Jacksonville, Mrs. Butch (Cindy) Smathers of Trimble, and Mrs. David (Beth) Bartlett of Glouster; six grandchildren; and two sisters, Janet Lawrence of Amesville, and Mrs. James (Delores) North of Circleville.  Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by a son, Pfc. William E. McLean; a brother, James; and a sister, Ruth Holdcroft.

Services will be Sunday, 1 p.m., at Cardaras Funeral Home in Glouster with Rev. Connie Powers officiating. Burial will be in Hilltop Cemetery, Millfield, where military graveside services will be conducted by the Combined Color Guard unit. Friends may call at the funeral home today, 7 to 9 p.m.. and Saturday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

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Sarah McLean Stevenson (Sarah Ann Wilson)

10/11/1873 - 8/21/1932

Chauncey, Aug. 22nd.- Mrs. Sarah Stevenson (*formerly Mrs. Adam McLean), 59, wife of James Stevenson, died Sunday morning at the family home in Sugar Creek, following a short illness. Funeral services conducted by Rev. Gilbert Courtney of Chauncey Church of Christ will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Sugar Creek Church. Interment will be made in the Augustine Cemetery.     Mrs. Stevenson is survived by her husband, one daughter, Mary, wife of Herbert Rivers, Sugar Creek, and two sons, John McLean and Charles McLean, Sugar Creek. A daughter Maggie, and a son George, preceded their mother in death. Mrs. Stevenson had been a resident of Sugar Creek for many years and was well known in this district. 

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Horace Lincoln North

10/29/1940 Athens Messenger

Link North, age 79, died Sunday. Left behind wife Mary and the following children, Noah, Clarence, Harvey, and daughters; Edith and Mrs. Clifford Rutter.


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Ronald Bruce North ("Bruce")   8/24/1876 -9/1/1957

Ex-Sawmill Operator Dies
Funeral services have been planned Wednesday afternoon for Bruce North, 81, former sawmill operator who died Sunday evening in Sheltering Arms Hospital after a long illness. Mr. North, recent resident of Dover Township, had operated mills in Athens county for many years with his brother, Henry, who died a year ago. His wife, Lola (Hale), died in 1921. Surviving is a son, Howard E. North, Athens Route 3.  Wednesday's services will be conducted at 2 p.m. by Rev. Carl Wooten in the Jagers and Sons funeral home, where friends may call. Burial will be made in McDougal Cemetery

*newspaper clipping, unknown newspaper

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William S. North 11/16/1869 - 10/16/1929

 In paper 10/20/1929

    Former Amesville Man Dies on Way to a Hospital

Amesville, Oct. 19 - William North, aged about 60, a well known resident of Bern and a former resident of Amesville, was taken sick Sunday. His physician pronounced it a case of appendicitis and on Wednesday he was started to be taken to the hospital at Marietta, but died soon after leaving home. He had a family of eight children. He was buried at the Amesville Cemetery Friday afternoon, after services at the M. E. Church by the Rev. McCormack.

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