MERCER COUNTY, OHIO
OBITUARIES




HARPER, William | HARRISON, Mrs. John W. | HEATH, Oliver | HEIN, Vitus | HEIN, Mrs. Vitus | HUELSMAN, Mrs. J. H. |


William Harper
William Harper, aged 80 years, a well known pioneer resident and retired farmer of Blackcreek Township died at his home at Rockford last Sunday night shortly before eleven o'clock. A month or so ago Mr. Harper fell sustaining a fracture of the hip, and because of his advanced age he never rallied. He is survived by one daughter, Dona, who has been living with him. Funeral services were held at the U. B. Church at Rockford Wednesday morning.
(The Celina Democrat, July 8, 1910)
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Mrs. John W. Harrison
Mrs. John W. Harrison, aged 44 years, died at her home three miles east of Montezuma last Sunday after a lingering illness of a complication of diseases. She leaves a husband and seven children. Funeral services were held at the Montezuma U. B. church last Tuesday.
(The Celina Democrat, May 20, 1910)
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Oliver Heath
Oliver Heath aged 62 years, of Indianapolis, Ind., one of the oldest active conductors on the Lake Erie & Western railroad, died at the Lima hospital last Monday evening as the result of injuries sustained, when he was thrown from a train at St. Marys last Sunday shortly after noon. Mr. Heath was a conductor on the Indianapolis division of the road, but last Sunday was given charge of the special train, which brought the Concordia Singing Society from Indianapolis to this city, where they spent the day at Mercelina Park. The train went through to Lima to be cleaned up and made ready for the return trip in the evening, and while passing through St. Marys at a good speed. Conductor Heath stepped unto the platform just as the train hit a sharp curve in the city, and was thrown several feet to the ground. He was picked up unconscious and after being given medical attention at St. Marys was taken on through to Lima. One of his arms was broken, his back badly sprained and his skull crushed. He did not regain consciousness. He is survived by his wife and one brother, a former conductor on this branch of the Lake Erie.
(The Celina Democrat, July 15, 1910)
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Vitus Hein
Vitus Hein, aged 68 years, a well known resident of the south part of the county, died at his home at Cranberry Prairie last Sunday evening after suffering for several years with cancer of the face. His wife died but three weeks ago. Several children survive. Funeral services were held at the Catholic Church at Cranberry Wednesday morning.
(The Celina Democrat, July 1, 1910)
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Mrs.Vitus Hein
Mrs. Vitus Hein, aged 70 years, one of the well known older residents of the south part of the county, died at her home at Cranberry Prairie last Tuesday morning after a long illness of dropsy. She is survived by her husband and several children. Funeral services were held from the Catholic Church at Cranberry yesterday morning.
(The Celina Democrat, June 10, 1910)
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Mrs. J. H. Huelsman
Mrs. J. H. Huelsman, aged 67 years, died at her home at St. Henry last Friday shortly after one o'clock, following lingering illness of the past seven years. She is survived by her husband.
(The Celina Democrat, June 3, 1910)
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