woodbury Cecil a woodbury jr passed away 80 yo, he was my cousins via marriage to Deloris duty, #98926291 ,Cecil jr 15604518, I would like to tie this memorial to yours or have you transfer this one, I think this is Cecil grand father, the funeral for Cecil Jr. is Wed , burial Thursday, and im giong to talk to the family to see if they can confirm it was his grand-=father thank you Terry Schmelz firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth Obrien Thanks for adding info on my step mothers Elizabeth Obrien's memorial page. I'm still awaiting approval on suggested edits for her name to included her maiden name and family connections to her parents and my father. Though shes not blood relation to me I would be glad to manage the page if you'd like and I can add them. bert64 (#47136606)
Elizabeth Obrien I sent some corrections and connections to family Including one of her husbands my father with a marriage listing in Genesee County for him and her along with an obit and just now I found a marriage record for her husband James O"Brien. 2 other people have made memorials for her at the same cemetery and I sent messages to them as yours is the oldest.
Deacon William Drummond, sged 71 years and 6 day, died at his residence in Tiverton Township, Feb. 12 of dropsy after a protracted illness. He was born in Argyleshire, Scotland, in 1811 and imnmigrated to Providence, R.I. in 1837, where he married, and form where he removed to this State. Mr. Drummond was a valuable citizen and a pillar in the Church of Christ. Mrs. Drummond survives him and four children of mature years, one son, an elder in the Church and another, a deacon and two daughters. He was buried in the Disciple Cemetery at Yankee Ridge. Funeral services by Elder Lewis G. Walker. -- The Coshocton Age, March 1, 1884
The citizens of this township were never so startled since the death of Mr. Wm. Workman who accidentlly shot himself while hunting. Edgar W. Conner, on Saturday July 23, inst. an exemplary young man of 21 summers lost his life while bathing in the Walhonding River accompanied by twenty-five other young men, near the residence of Mr. Kidder Cummings. The Tiverton band of which Mr. Conner was a member were in a body attending a birthday celebration in honor of Mrs. Cummings, an aged lady. After dinner Mr. Conner moved to go to the river and take a swim, which was seconded by another party and was made ago of it. Mr. Conner closely followed by Mr. Amos Tarrh were the first to plunge into the river from a high bank. It is claimed that strangulation caused by the leap into the deep water was probably the cause of his sudden demise. No notice was taken of him until he sank the second time and assistance could not be given him in time before he sank the third time and last time to the bottom of the river and remained there. Death came unto him in less than three minutes from the time he left the bank. Over two hours were spent in finding his remains, which had floated down stream a small distance. Mr. Jas. Buxton of Walhonding and Mr. Samuel Sells were sent for and after a few minutes time the body was found. His father proceeded him to the spirit land many years ago. Interment took place at the Tiverton Centre Cemetery Sunday afternoon, Rev. L.G. Walker officiating. -- The Semi-Weekly Age, August 30, 1887