John Beelman, of a complication of diseases, after an illness of one week, MRS. Bodley was born in Ulster Co. New York, September 19th, On the 14th day of July, , she was united in matrimony to Mr. Bodley, and in they emigrated from Ulster Co. In early life Mrs. Bodley united with the Presbyterian Church, with which she was connected as a worthy and consistent member up to the time of her death. She experienced with her husband all the vicissitudes and privations of the early settlers of Ohio.
She fought the battle of life bravely and up to the last week of her life she was alert, hopeful and cheerful. And now life's work done, her children rise up and call her blessed. They delight to recall her goodness and especially her faithfulness to her family in times of privation, adversity and despondency. She was a true woman, fearing God, and loving her family, with a true wife's devotion, and a true mother's care. Kost, assisted by Rev's. Whiteman and Breckenridge, after which all that was left of her on earth was deposited in the cemetery in rear of the Church, by the side of her husband, whom she survived some twenty-six years, there to sleep the years away, until He who has conquered the grave shall quicken these vile bodies into an incorruptible and immortal life.
Then love's soft dew o'er every eye, Shall shed its mildest rays, And the long silent dust shall burst, With songs of endless praise. Mansfield Cemetery. Henry Boebel, of Sturges Avenue, died Sunday afternoon after a short illness and was buried this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Boethelt, wife of Rev. Funeral services will be held at the church at 2 p. Marguerita Boethelt was 36 years of age and leaves her husband and three children: Alma, Helen and Rudolph, to mourn her loss.
She was the daughter of Von Stockhausen of Germany and married Mr. Boethelt in Silesia, Germany, in James Hamilton has received intelligence of the death of Charles Boggs, his son-in-law, at Nelson, Neb. The deceased was aged about 40 years and was born and reared here. His wife and three children children survive him. The deceased had been ill with the disease for some time and had been gradually failing. She was about 34 years of age and is survived by a husband and one son.
Franklin Twp. Hudson J. Boggs, whose serious illness was announced in last week's paper, died at his home on Plymouth street, Sunday noon, aged about 70 years, after a short illness. He is survived by his wife, a daughter, Mrs.
Earnest Dickerson, of Bloominggrove and four grandchildren. He was a member of the K. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at at the home, conducted by the Rev. Thomas J. Hudson, of the Lexington Congregational church. Interment was in the Mansfield cemetery where services were conducted by the K. Boggs, died Sunday noon at his home on Plymouth Street, Lexington, after a brief illness.
He is 68 years of age and is survived by his wife, a daughter, Mrs. Ernest Dickerson, of Bloominggrove, and four grandchildren. He was a member of the Knights of Pythias Lodge an for 22 years served as janitor of the school building at Lexington. Boggs, Sr. Mansfield Cem. Jacob Bohart, many years ago a resident of this city, and well remembered by older citizens, died suddenly at his home in San Jose, Cal. He would have been 77 years old on the 21st.
The remains were interred at San Jose. Bohecker, O. Another sudden and awful death occurred on the P.
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At the hour named the second section of west-bound P. Brakeman O. Bohecker had just withdrawn the coupling pin between two cars when he was observed by Brakeman E. Shank to lose his balance and fall between the cars.
Six cars passed over the man's body at the chest, almost cutting it in two, beside grinding the right arm to a pulp. A stretcher was procured from the depot and the body extricated and taken to the union depot. Coroner Maglott was summoned after which the remains were turned over to Undertaker Niman to be prepared for burial.
Bohecker was but 21 years of age and the fatal trip last night was his fifth over the road. He is a single man and his home is at Alliance OH , where he has a father, mother and sisters. It is also stated that the deceased has a brother in this city, but this could not be verified. Coroner Maglott will hold an inquest at four o'clock this afternoon, after which the remains will be taken to Alliance. Coroner Maglott this afternoon filed findings in the matter of the deaths of O.
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Levi Bohney dropped dead at his work last Tuesday. He had been plowing all the forenoon and after dinner he got the team out and was in the act of hitching up when he expired before any one reached him. Bohney was a very hard working and industrious man. He had many sterling traits which endeared him to family and neighbors. He was aged 70 years and was buried at Shambaugh school house, Thursday, the Rev.
Edmunds, of Mansfield, officiating. Still the general health is good. No prevailing sickness. Boland, step-father of Mr. Tucker, sister of Mr. Simeon Tucker, aged 59 years. Stump aged We have no dates as yet for obituary notices. Bolen, 86, of Chilton Ave. Bolen was born Oct.ecribrompstuc.ga