|Death: ||Jan. 8, 1888|
HINE, Rhoda nee TICKNOR
Mrs. Warren Hine – m. Nov 1836
Adopted - Daughter of Dr. Benajah and Getie Bostwick Ticknor
B. About 1815
D. 8 Jan 1888 in Canfield, Mahoning Co. OH at about 73y
Burial – 11 Jan 1888 in Canfield Village Cemetery Section C Row 01, Canfield, Mahoning Co. OH
Mahoning Dispatch, Fri, 13 Jan 1888
"Mrs. Warren Hine died on Sunday last after a protracted illness. Her age was 75 (sic 73y) years. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon."
Mahoning Dispatch, Fri, 10 Feb 1888 – Estate
"Mr. W. H. Coffee has been appointed administrator, with the will annexed of the estate of Rhoda T. Hine, late of Canfield, deceased."
Mahoning Dispatch, Fri, 5 Nov 1897
Excerpt from Dr. Jackson Truesdale:
"Warren E. Hine, the second son of David, was born Oct. 23, 1810, in Warren, Conn. The reason for his birth being there was caused by the homesickness of his mother. She could endure no longer her banishment from the old home. In company with Mr. Hine a long journey brought them under the parental roof in the nick of time. Warren was born the next day after their arrival, and to commemorate the event, the infant boy was named in honor of the dear old town of Warren. For many years we were on terms of close intimacy with Warren Hine. It would be easy to write pages concerning one that took an active part in the history of our place for 60 years past. He was identified with every public measure or movement, and whether for or against, his influence was felt. He began business in early life as a clerk in the store of Alson Kent. He married in November, 1836, Rhoda Ticknor, an adopted daughter of the noted Dr. Benajah Ticknor. His first business venture of importance was that of a member of a firm engaging in general merchandising in a store building located in the northeast corner of the center. This enterprise proved a failure. Soon after he engaged in buying and selling cattle, a business he followed to near the close of his life. While thus engaged he became extensively known far and near. He did a large business and by honorable dealing secured the confidence of a large number of farmers. By years of labor he retrieved his first misfortunes and accumulated a fair competency. But as age crept upon him, the tide of success turned. Without fault of his own he was stripped of his all. His land and pleasant home were voluntarily surrendered to satisfy creditors. He suffered much during the last year of his life, and although homeless he was kindly cared for by his grandson, Warren H. Coffee, and his nephews, Col. Edwin W. Hine of Orange, New Jersey, and H.M. Hine of Canfield. He died at the latter's home Sept. 13th, 1895, aged 85 years. His wife had already finished her earthly life in January, 1888. Mr. Hine had no children, save an adopted daughter, who married I.E. Coffee, an attorney. She with her son Warren now resides in Cleveland."
Benajah Ticknor (1788 - 1858)
Warren E. Hine (1810 - 1895)
Canfield Village Cemetery
Plot: Section C Row 01
Created by: Jennifer L. Neff
Record added: May 19, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37255491