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|Gloria Durland Slater||RE: George Samuel Jacoby|
Do you have a copy of the death certif? I would love to see the other information on it. Any chance you could email me a copy? Are you researching the Jacobys? George is my great grandfather.
|Wendy McIntosh||Tracie & Greg Hensley|
LISBON - An Egypt Road couple died Thursday night in what the sheriff's department is investigating as an apparent murder suicide.
Sheriff Ray Stone said Friday Tracie Hensley, 49, had come home late from work, and her husband Greg W. Hensley, 47, began arguing with her. At some point, the wife may have told the husband to move out, and that is when he went to the bedroom to get a semi-automatic handgun.
When he came into the kitchen with it, Tracie Hensley may have been getting something from the refrigerator, which had the door open when the shots were fired. Her stepfather, who was among other family members home at the time, tried to disarm Greg Hensley, but could not.
Greg Hensley opened fire in the kitchen, reportedly first killing his wife and then put the gun to his own head, killing himself. Authorities were called to the house at about 10:16 p.m. Thursday.
County Coroner Dr. William Graham said each died at the home of a single gunshot wound to the head. Stone said he believes deputies found five spent shell casings, and more than one shot may have been fired at the wife before the husband took his own life.
According to Stone, the two had recently moved to the area with their 15-year-old daughter. The husband's vehicle had Ohio license plates.
They were staying in the Salem Township home of Tracey Hensley's mother and stepfather while they were both looking for work. The other family members were at home during the argument and shootings. Stone said deputies have spoken to each of them separately about what occurred.
Graham confirmed he also is considering homicide and suicide as the causes of death but is still awaiting the toxicology reports before a final ruling will be made.
|Wendy McIntosh||Tracie A (Cannon) Hensley|
Florence Fenstermacher Johnson's great-granddaughter. Granddaughter of Maxine Johnson Wise, Daughter of Linda Wise Cannon-Ricketts-Fletcher
Obituary for Tracie A. Hensley
Salem - Tracie A. Hensley, 49, died Thursday evening, August 9, 2012 at her home.
Tracie was born July 21, 1963 in Youngstown, a daughter of Richard Cannon and Linda (Wise) Fletcher.
She attended Struthers grade school, Crestview High School her freshman year, and graduated from Charlotte High School in Punta Gorda, FL, where she and her family moved when she was a sophomore. She lived in Florida many years then later moved to North Carolina and Virginia, and came back home to this area in April of 2011.
Since returning to this area, Tracie was currently working as a supervisor for Janitor and Building Maintenance, Inc. While in North Carolina and Virginia, she worked for Charter Communications, managing several offices for them.
Tracie was a loving and extremely devoted daughter, mother, grandmother, sister, granddaughter, aunt, and friend. She centered her life around her family and found no better joy than spending time with them and her best friend, Lisa. In her spare time, Tracie loved collecting Native American collectibles and dream catchers.
She is survived by her mother and step-father, Linda and Henry Fletcher, with whom she made her home; father and step-mother, Richard and Lois Cannon of Struthers; sister, Jill Dudik of Canfield; three children, Douglas (Kelly) Suchy, Shannon (Justin) Cline, both of Boardman, and Leigha Hensley, at home; five grandchildren, Gabrielle and Ian Suchy, Christopher Barotti, and McKenzie and Kyle Cline; grandfather, Lester Brownlee of Struthers; two nephews, Raymond and Jonathan Dudik of Canfield; and eight step-siblings, Michael (Denise) Macklen of Pittsburgh, Kevin Macklen of Reading, PA, Wayne (Rea) Macklen of Pittsburgh, Richard (Rebecca) Macklen of Struthers, Marilyn (Edward) Planinsek of Bridgeville, PA, Susan Macklen of Struthers, Lori (Michael) Dohar of Tampa, FL, and Nancy (Ronnie) Donofrio of Canfield.
She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Maxine and Lewis Wise; paternal grandparents, Bernard Cannon and Velma Cannon-Brownlee; and brother-in-law, Raymond Dudik.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Davidson-Becker Funeral Home in Struthers, where family and friends will be received from 5-6:45 p.m. at the funeral home, prior to the service.
Contributions may be made to the family in c/o of the Davidson-Becker Funeral Home, 11 Spring St., Struthers, Ohio 44471.
Can you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org?
I couldn't find your personal email address.
Do you have any photos of Florence?
Just wondering. I have never seen any photo of her.
|Wendy McIntosh||Maxine Wise's obit|
I did a Google search for Gove M Johnson, and the obit for Maxine popped up! It didn't show up in any other search - even a Google search for Maxine! With a little information, I can be dangerous...
I also found the death date for Gove (1956) and Marion (1944)
You have access to my tree don't you?
I found Gove's DOD by going to familysearch - it is a website that was the basis for Ancestry.com - and you would think that they both have the same information - but sometimes things just pop up there. But the familysearch led to documents in Ancestry.com - that didn't come up when searched in Ancestry.com My methods of research are - if one avenue doesn't give you any information, try every other one you can think of!
I will try looking on the Columbia County Genealogy for a Murray marriage - maybe it will tell us something about either Maria or Mary.
You may be right about Maria Karns. It seems like the only explanation, but you would think there would be some trail somewhere!. And we both know that children out of wedlock were not really uncommon in those days...
I am going to try the funeral home this morning.
(Nothing I love more than a good mystery and research challenge!)
|Wendy McIntosh||Maxine A Wise|
I am going to call the funeral home listed in the obituary and ask if they have any information on the cemetery she is buried in, if they might have handled the funeral for Florence and Lewis, or Marion and Gove...
|Wendy McIntosh||Maxine A Wise - Obituary!|
STRUTHERS -- Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Davidson-Becker Funeral Home for Maxine A. Wise, 87, of 41 Como St., who died Tuesday morning at home.
Mrs. Wise was born May 10, 1913, in Lowellville, a daughter of Joseph and Florence Fenstermacher Johnson, and came to Struthers in 1926.
She was a homemaker and worked at the former Park Dress Shop in Struthers.
She was a member of Struthers Presbyterian Church and a charter member of its Fireside Sunday School class. She was member of National AARP and charter member of Local AARP 3105, and was a volunteer for Youngstown Hospital Association and served as an election worker for the Mahoning County Board of Elections for many years.
Her husband, Lewis L., whom she married April 10, 1934, died May 14, 1980.
She leaves a daughter, Linda Ricketts, with whom she made her home; five grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.
A son, Jerry L.; a sister, Marion Yaumann; and a brother, Gove M. Johnson, are deceased.
Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
|Wendy McIntosh||Cathryn Maurer Johnson|
Birth: 12 Mar 1914 Struthers, Mahoning, Ohio
Death: 11 Apr 2008 Struthers, Mahoning, Ohio
Can't find any obituary as of yet.
|Wendy McIntosh||Florence's marriage|
Also - found Joseph Johnson of Louisville, Ohio; marriage to Florence Johnson of Catawissa - marriage 16 Apr 1910 announced n the newspaper the Democratic Sentinel on 22 Apr 1910.
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