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101 Roanoke Times, June 2, 2014

Deliah "Dee" Abernathy Light, 70, of Salem, quietly passed away on Friday, May 30, 2014. She was born in Salem, a daughter of the late George D. Abernathy and Geneva Buchanan Abernathy and had been a Salem resident all of her life. Dee retired from the Salem City School District after dedicating over thirty years of her life to the education of young minds. She was a lifelong member of Salem Baptist Church where she was active in the Women's Church Circle, and enjoyed the fellowship of her quilting group and playing canasta. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Jerry L. Light, who died in 2007, and a son, David Light who passed in 2000. She is survived by two sons, Matthew E. Light and his wife, Jenny and Joel A. Light and his wife, Tina; two grandchildren, Travis Light and Emma Light; a great-granddaughter, Caroline Light, and her group, "The Broad Street Broads".

Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 2, 2014, at Salem Baptist Church. The Rev. Everett Kier will officiate. Burial will follow at Sherwood Memorial Park. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, June 1, 2014 at John M. Oakey & Son Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Huntington's Disease Society of America, 505 Eighth Ave. Suite 902 New York, New York 10018. Arrangements by John M. Oakey & Son Funeral Home, Salem.

Deliah Ann Abernathy
102 Durant Daily Democrat, October 26, 2011

Sammie Herrington passed away in Denison, Texas on Monday, October 24, 2011, at the age of 73 years 3 month 4 days. She was born on Wednesday, July 20, 1938, in Morrilton, Arkansas, to Samuel and Velma (Stillwell) Abernathy.

Sammie was a talented person and had many interests. She was a licensed cosmetologist and owner/operator of a Home Care. Sammie had many hobbies: painting, drawing, pottery, and needle point to name a few. She attended the Light House Church in Colbert, Oklahoma.

Mrs. Herrington is survived by her sisters, Judy Ash and husband Arley (Bud) of Mead, Oklahoma and Rena Tibbetts of Mead, Oklahoma and numerous nieces and nephews.

Sammie was preceded in death by her parents, Samuel and Velma Abernathy; sister, Mary Stevens of California; brother, Dean Abernathy of Mead,Oklahoma; infant daughter and infant son.

Family Hour will be from 7-8 p.m. on Thursday, October 27, 2011, at the Holmes-Coffey-Murray Funeral Home in Durant, Oklahoma. Graveside Services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, October 28, 2011, at the Mead Cemetery with Rev. Billy Beall officiating.

Family and friends may send online condolences and view tributes at

Services are under the direction of Holmes-Coffey-Murray Funeral Home, Durant, Oklahoma. 
Sammie Lea Abernathy
103 Repository, July 9, 1923

Lawrence Abrigg, five, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Abrigg, 1919 Market ave S, who was burned several weeks ago with nine other children when a sack of powder exploded, died in the home from his injuries. He is the second boy to die from burns received in a premature Fourth of July celebration.

His two brothers, Vernon, 8, and Mack 6, are both in serious condition in their home suffering from burns. It was said Monday morning that the condition of Vernon was critical.

.......The chidlren were throwing blasting powder, taken from an old mine, into an open fire. 
Lawrence Anson Abrigg
104 Repository, February 14, 1945

Sgt. Leland L. Abrigg, 32, formerly of Meyers Lake, who had been reported missing since Feb. 2, 1944, on a flight, between Australia and New Guinea, now listed as dead. Son of Noah L. Abrigg of New Martinsville, W. Va., he formerly resided here with his borther, George Abrigg now of Youngstown.

In addition to his father and brother, he is survived by three other brothers, Mack of East Sparta and Samuel and Vernon of Canton, and two sisters, Mrs. Grace Yost of New Martinsville, W. Va., and Miss Geraldine Abrigg of East Sparta. 
Leland L. Abrigg
105 Repository, April 8, 1942

Leonard L. Abrigg, 38, a Canton resident for 25 years, died Tuesday night in his home at 1811 Navarre rd, SW after an illness of six months. He was a press operator at Poor and Co.

Surviving is his widow, Mrs. Margaret Abrigg; a daughter Eileen of the home; his father Noah Abrigg of Martinsville, W. Va.; five brothers, George, Leeland , Mack, Vernon and Samuel, and two sisters, Geraldine Abrigg of Sandyville and Mrs. Grace Yost of Martinsville, W. Va.

Funeral services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. in the home in charge of Rev. George A. Clymer. Burial will be in Northlawn cemetery. The body will be taken to the home Thursday at 10 a.m. from the Schirack and Williams parlors.
Leonard Lee Abrigg
106 Repository, August 19, 1946

Noah Abrigg, formerly of Canton and Sanydville, died Saturday in the home of a daughter, Mrs. Grace Yost at New Martinsville, W. Va.

He leaves another daughter, Mrs. Ralph Schneider of Sandyville; four sons, Vernon and Samuel of Canton, George of Youngstown and Mack Abrigg of East Sparta; a brother, Edwin E. Abrigg; a sister, Mrs. Walter Esaly of East Sparta, and 19 grandchildren.

The body is at McCreery-Kreighbaum funeral home at East Sparta where Rev. Gerald G. North will conduct funeral rites, Tuesday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Sandyville Cemetery. Friends may call after 7 tonight.
Noah Lee Abrigg
107 Repository, December 1, 1941

East Sparta - Funeral services for Thaddeaus Abrigg, 57, who died Saturday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Walter Esaly on the Sandyville-Bolivar rd., will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the J. E. McCreery home here in charge of Rev. H. G. Blickensderfer. Burial will be in Sandyville cemetery. Friends may call today after 2 p.m. at the McCreery home.

Thadeaus F. Abrigg
108 Opal Vastine Crowe, 80, Denver, formerly of Topeka, died Sunday, Dec. 10, 2000, at a Thornton, Colo., nursing home.

She was born Oct. 5, 1920, in Alva, Okla., to William Henry and Emma Piper Achemire, and she spent her early life in Alva. She moved to Dodge City in 1945 and to the Topeka area in 1975. She lived in Topeka and Silver Lake before moving to Denver several months ago. She was employed in the Kansas Social and Rehabilitation Services foods program before she retired in 1987.

She was a member of Town and Country Christian Church in Topeka, Soroptomist Club, Epsilon Sigma Alpha business sorority and the auxiliaries to Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion.

She married John Milton Crowe on Oct. 9, 1949, in Dodge City. He died April 21, 1995.

Survivors include a son, Toby Crowe, Denver; and two granddaughters.

Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Parker-Price Mortuary. Burial will be in Westlawn Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Crowe will lie in state after 3 p.m. Wednesday at the mortuary where relatives and friends will meet from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association, P.O. Box 1427, Topeka, 66601.

Topeka Capital-Journal, The, Dec 12, 2000 
Opal Vastine Achemire
109 The Journal Herald, April 8, 1971

Bill Ackart, 71, died Saturday in an Atlantic Hospital. He was a retired employee of the United Telephone Co. in Avoca.

Services were Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the west chapel of the United Church of Avoca with the Rev. LaVerne Kiel officiating. Burial was in Graceland Cemetery.

Berthusen Knutson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Survivors include his widow, Laura, two sons, Harold of Council Bluffs and Levi of Grundy Center; five daughters, Mrs. Larry L. Boeck of Shelby, Mrs. Gary Parker of Kanawha, Mrs. Leland Mikkelsen of Harlan, Mrs. Tom Parham of Atlantic, Mrs. Arlene Landon of Des Moines. Brother, Charles, of Sun City, Ariz., 31 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

The family requests that friends who wish to give memorials that they should be given to the Building Fund, United Church of Avoca. 
Arnold Haden Ackart
110 The Journal Herald, February 12, 1925

Charles E. Ackart was born in Indiana, August 8, 1871 and came to Iowa at the age of 17 years and settled at Walnut, Iowa. He was married to Miss Eva VanBuren at Walnut, Iowa in 1895. Their marriage was blessed with four children, of which one died in infancy.

Mr. Ackart passed away last Sunday noon, February 8, 1925. He had reached the age of fifty-three years and six months. He leaves to mourn his wife and three sons: Charley of Des Moines, Arnold and Theodore of Avoca. May our heavenly father comfort the bereaved family with his love and grace is our earnest wish.

The funeral services were held at the Henry Blust funeral home, conducted by Rev. Essig, Tuesday at two o'clock p.m. February 10, 1925 and the remains laid to rest in the Walnut Cemetery. 
Edward Charles Ackart
111 The Journal Herald, June 6, 1963

Services for James Ackart, 38, a former Avoca resident, were held Monday afternoon, June 3, at the Berthusen Funeral Home.

Mr. Ackart was born in Avoca on February 13, 1925, and died quite suddenly at Glenwood on Saturday, June 1.

The oldest of nine children, he is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ackart; five sisters, Arlene Landon and Karen Parker of Des Moines, Betty Parham of Rock Rapids, Dorothy Mikkelsen of Harlan, and Mary Boeck of Shelby. Three brothers, Francis of Waterloo, Harold of Neola and Levi of Greene. Also three uncles and twenty-eight nephews and nieces. 
James Ackart
112 1920 U.S. Census, shown as widowed, living alone in Springfield, La Porte County, Indiana Levi Ackart
113 The Journal Herald, July 18, 1946

Funeral services were held at the Blust Bros. Funeral Home in Avoca Sunday for Theo. Clarence Ackart, 38, who was electrocuted in an accident at New Orleans, La. on Wednesday, July 10.

He was the youngest son of Edward and Eva Ackart and was born at Walnut, April 22, 1908. He attended grade school and two years of high school in Avoca. At the age of 18 he went to Des Moines to learn the barber trade and followed this profession for several years.

He joined the Army in May of 1942 and served his country until the fall of 1945. Most of the time he was stationed in camps in the vicinity of New Orleans. He was honorably discharged from the army with the rank of Sergeant. He was working for a contractor in New Orleans at the time of his death.

Besides his mother, Mrs. Eva Ackart he is survived by two brothers: Arnold of Avoca and Charles of Des Moines; also nine nephews and nieces. His father preceeded him in death on February 8, 1925.

Rev. Ivan Bachtell was in charge of the services. Burial was in Walnut with a color guard and firing squad from the local American Legion post taking part in the graveside services. 
Theodore Clarence Ackart
114 Tulsa World (OK) - Tuesday, October 23, 2001
Deceased Name: -- Tommy Elton Ackart
Tommy Elton Ackart, 66, retired Oklahoma Air National Guard chief master sergeant, died Sunday. Services 3 p.m. Wednesday, Floral Haven Funeral Home Chapel, Broken Arrow. 
Tommy Elton Ackart
115 U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006
about Russell Clifford Acton
Name: Russell Clifford Acton
Birth Date: 27 Sep 1913
Death Date: 26 Mar 1973
Service Start Date: 31 Mar 1941
Interment Date: 29 Mar 1973
Cemetery: Prescott National Cemetery
Cemetery Address: VA Medical Center 500 Highway 89 N. Prescott, AZ 86313
Buried At: Section 7 Row C Site 9
Russell Clifford Acton
116 Herald Leader, May 11, 2015

HARRODSBURG Stephen R Acton 91 died May 10 2015 No services are planned at this time wwwclarklegacycentercom. 
Stephen Romney Acton
117 KPC News, November 24, 2015

Margaret E. Ruge, 80 of Liberty Township, passed away Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015.
She was born Nov. 24, 1934, in Valparaiso, the daughter of the late Raymond and Hilda (Weise) Adam. Margaret was a member of Faith Memorial Lutheran Church, Valparaiso. She had served on the Liberty Township Advisory Board for 13 years and as the Liberty Township Trustee for 24 years. Margaret was a 37-year member of the Women of the Moose Chesterton Chapter 846.

She enjoyed gardening and cooking. Margaret's family was her life, serving on the PTA and as a Cub Scout leader in the younger years and spending time and enjoying her grandchildren most recently.

On Jan. 14, 1956 in Valparaiso, Margaret married Byron Ruge who preceded her in death in 1971.

She is survived by her children, Norman (Wendy) Ruge of Chesterton, Ed (Sheri) Ruge of Liberty Township, and Lucinda (Howard) Burrell of Fremont; four grandsons, Nathan, Kyle, Christopher (Elisabeth), and Brian Ruge; one great-granddaughter, Shannon; three sisters, Anita (Ed) Vaughan of Peach Tree City, Georgia, Hilda Turnbaugh of Dahlonega, Georgia, and Pauline (Rich) Dufallo of Kouts; a brother, Albert Adam of El Segundo, California; a sister-in-law, Kate Adam of Georgia; a brother-in-law, Robert Etchason of Chesterton; and many nieces and nephews.

She was also preceded in death by her daughter, Bonita "Bunny" Ruge; brother, Glen Adam; and many sisters and brothers-in-law.

Funeral service will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2015, at 11 a.m. at Moeller Funeral Home 104 Roosevelt Road, Valparaiso, with burial to follow at Graceland Cemetery, Valparaiso. Visitation will be today from 3-7 p.m. and Wednesday one hour prior to service.

Memorials may be made to the VNA Hospice of Porter County or the Liberty Township Volunteer Fire Department. 
Margaret E. Adam
118 Miami Herald, The (FL) - Thursday, April 11, 2002
Deceased Name: Adam, Paul
Adam, Paul, 84, of Long Key, died Monday. McCluney Funeral Home, Marathon.
Paul worked as a jet purpolsion enginer and was part of the Apollo project and the Columbia Shuttle development team. 
Paul William Adam
119 Obituary, Seattle Daily Times, September 6, 1944

Plotts - Arminta B., of 131 Fourth W., September 3, wife of Robert B. Plotts, mother of Robert B. Plotts, Jr., Alabama; sister of Omer Adams, Kansas City, Kas.; Miss Carrier Adams, Madison, Wis.; Mrs. Lulu Gookin, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Maude Goltry, Des Moines. Services Friday, 4 p.m., chapel of Arthur A. Wright and Son. Cremation.
Arminta Belle Adams
120 The Zanesville Times Recorderer, Septermber 16, 1958. Carrie Laretta Virts, 82 died at 11:05 o'clock Mondy night at the home of a daughter Mrs Dorothy Wisecarver of Adamsville. She had been in serious condition for four weeks following a lingering illness. Mrs Virts was born in Adams Township, January 31, 1876 the daughter of Henry and Rosanna Sandel Adams. She was a lifelong resident of Muskingum County and had made her home in Adamsville for the past 16 years. She was married May 6, 1897, to Samuel A Virts who died March 3, 1938. Mrs Virts was a member of Adamsville Methodist Church. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs Florence White of Fair Oaks, California and Mrs Wisecarver at whose home she died; two sisters, Mrs Nina Lowe of 1602 Greenwood Avenue and Mrs Lurena Skiles of South Zanesville; six grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. The body was taken to the Shirer and Son Funeral Home at Adamsville and will be removed to the Wisecarver residence Tuesday evening where friends may call after 7 o'clock. Services will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at Adamsville Methodist Church with Rev George Wilyard officiating. Burial will be in New Hope Cemetery. The body will lie in state at the church one hour before the funeral. Carrie Loretta Adams
121 Obituary:

Adamsville Register, January, 1906. The People whose recollections extend back to the early settlement of this country are slowly but surely passing away. Among this number was the late George P. Adams, whose death occurred last Wednesday evening at the family residence about two miles east of town. He was the son of George W. Adams who came to Ohio in 1807 and to Muskingum county about five years later. After coming to this county George W. Adams married Christiana Wertz and one of the ten children from this union was George P. Adams, who born in Monroe township July 4, 1824, and whose death occurred as stated at the age of 81 years, 6 months and 20 days. Mr. Adams was married to Margaret Elizabeth Green November 7, 1850. There were four children born to this union three of whom with the widow survive andmourn the death of a beloved husband and an indulgent parent.. The children living are Henry A., Elias J., and Carlton P. Adams all residents of Salem township. One daughter died after reaching womanhood. Besides the widow and children, the deceased is survived by one brother, Martin Adams, of Charlton, Iowa; Mrs. Sarah Powelson, of Burnside, Ill.; Mrs.Allen bainter, of Zanesville; and Mrs. J. D. Hanks of this village. George P. Adams was one of the industrious, hardworking farmers who helped to transfer the extensive forests into fertile pasture fields. Being one of the number who spent his early life in Salem township he figured prominently among the farmers from 1850 until bowed with age he was compelled to relinquish his activity and give way to men of younger years. Few men were more ready to do a neighborly kindness than Mr. Adams, and his genteel manners and pleasant addresses made him a man of easy approach and an agreeable companion. Through affliction and adversity he continued this pleasing disposition until the last spark of life had fled. At the age of 16, Mr. Adams became a member of the New Hope Evangelical Lutheran church and continued a worshiper with that society until his death. He was a firm believer in the scriptures and selected a beautiful passage from the bible which he requested be used as a text at his funeral. It was from Romans 8;18. "For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us." Rev. J. G. Gamble, pastor of the Adamsville M. E. church conducted the services and preached an interesting and instructive sermon from the text given above. The services took place at the New Hope Lutheran church Friday at 10:30 a.m. Interment was made in the cemetery at that place. 
George Peter Adams
122 Served in the War of 1812
George W. Adams
123 Free Press, April 14 ,1939

Mrs. Ida Ardella Mount: Mrs. Ida A. Mount, 76, widow of the late Ralph Mount, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Howard Thorpe of Congress St.,Trumansburg, Wednesday morning, April 12, following a long illness.

Surviving are three sons: Wilford Mount and Ward Mount of Trumansburg and Cecil Mount of Orangeburg, N. Y., seven daughters: Mrs. Elmer German of Interlaken, Mrs. Earl Bearce of Coin, Iowa, Mrs. William Sutter of Liberty, Nebraska, Mrs. Raymond Baines and Mrs. Howard Thorpe of Trumansburg, New York, Mrs. Lamont Gee of London, Ontario and Mrs. David Chapman of Homer, N. Y., two brothers, Henry Adams of Arryo Grand, California, and Otis Adams of Galesburg, Illinois, a sister Mrs. George Murry of Oneida, Illinois

Interment will be in Grove Cemetery. 
Ida Ardella Adams
124 The Frederick News-Post, October 28, 1997

Mr. LeRoy Albert Adams, Sr., 80, of 8100 Pete Wiles Road, Middletown, died Sunday, Oct. 26, at Frederick Memorial Hospital.

He was the husband of Mary Isabel Youn Adams for 56 years.

Born July 12, 1917, in Middletown, he was a son of the late J. Ross and Nora Pauline Six Adams.

Mr. Adams was a lifelong farmer and memober of Maryland and Virginia Milk Producers Association.

He was a member of Zion Lutheran Church Middletown.

Surviving in addition to his wife are eight children, Connie M. Nusbaum and husband Harry, and Janet l. Shoemaker and husband Ed of Union Bridge, Diane I. Smith and husband Lamar of Mount Airy, LeRoy A. Adams, Jr. and wife Kim, June E. Adams, and Mark A. Adams and wife Darla, all of Middletown; a son-in-law, David Burtner of Middletown; 19 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and three sisters, Helen Leatherman, Mary Routzahn and Ellanora Minnick all of Middletown.

He will also be remembered by Nina Phelps, friend of his son Richard.

He was preceded in death by a son, Franklin Adams; a daughter, Joyce Burtner; a grandchild; a great-grandchild; and five brothers and sisters, William Adams Sr., Catherine Coblentz, Paul Adams, Roland Adams and Dorothy Adams.

Friends may call any time Tuesday, Oct. 28, at Donald B. Thompson Funeral Home, 31 E. Main St., Middletown, where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will begin at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29, at Zion Lutheran Church. Friends my call one hour prior to services. The Rev. Donald L. Turley, pastor, will officiate. Interment will be in Lutheran Cemetery, Middletown.

Memorial contributions may be made to the building fund of Zion Lutheran Church, PO Box 306, Middletown, Md. 21769. 
Leroy Albert Adams

Chariton, Iowa
Thursday, August 13, 1964


Lulu Blanche, daughter of Martin V. and Zilpha Ann Adams, was born near Adamsville, Muskingum county, Ohio, May 20, 1869, and departed this life at her home in Englewood, Colo., Aug. 4, 1964, at the age of 95 years, two months and 14 days.

She was the daughter of one of Iowa's pioneer families, having moved to Story county when she was two months old, and living there for five years. They moved to Lucas county, Iowa, locating on a farm near Russell in the Ragtown school district.

Here she grew to young womanhood and on February 25, 1891, she was united in marriage to Joseph A. Gookin. To this union were born six children, five of whom survive. The home was established in Lucas county, which remained their home until 1925 when they moved to Colorado.

In her early life she accepted Christ as her Saviour and throughout the years her faith has remained steadfast.

She was preceded in death by her husband March 26, 1948, and her youngest son, Dwight Leo, June 25, 1958. Survivors inlude her five children, Herman of Joliet, Mont.; Nora Stevenson of Englewood, Colo.; Arthur of Russell; Harold of Denver, Colo.; and Lester of Chariton. Also ten grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

During her past few years her health has declined but she remained cheerful and uncomplainin. She has been tenderly cared for during this time by her daughter. She looked forward with great pleasure to visit with her children and grandchildren.

Funeral services were held at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 8, 1964 at the Beardsley-Fielding Funeral Home. The Rev. V. E. Sitehall officiated at the services. Interment was in the Chariton cemetery. 
Lulu Blanche Adams
126 Democratic Standard, April 21, 1905

Mrs. Malinda Williams, wife of Orloff Williams, of West Lafayette, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. Fowler on South Seventh St., this city, at 4 o'clock Monday morning. her age was 67 years. Death was caused by a complication of diseases. She had been a sufferer for several years. Three weeks ago she came to this city for a visit and became critically ill, which attack ended in her death.

Deceased is survived by a husband; two sons and two daughters as follows: Charles Williams of West Lafayette, Mrs. H.H. Bainter of Dundee O., and Mrs. J Fowler of this city. the remains were taken to the home at West Lafayette Tuesday, where interment took place Wednesday.

Rev. Rainsberger of the West Lafayette M.P. Church was in charge of the services.

Malinda Wenner Adams

Chariton, Iowa
Thursday, October 13, 1921


The many friends in Chariton and vicinity were grieved to learn of the death of Mr. M. V. Adams, which occured at the family home in this city Thursday, October 6, 1921, at the age of 84 years, 6 months and 12 days. He had been in ill health for some time and death was not unexpected. Funeral services, conducted by Rev. Frank Bean, were held at the M. E. church on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock, after which the remains were laid to rest in the Chariton cemetery.

Martin Van Buren Adams, who was the son of George and Elizabeth Adams, was born at Adamsville, in Muskingum county, Ohio, on March 24, 1837. In 1862 he answered the call of his country and enlisted in the Tenth Ohio Cavalry, and served until the close of the war. His regiment was in action at Elk River, Stone River, Chickamauga, Reseca, Rome, Kenesaw Mountain, Atlanta and the march of Sherman's army to the sea.

Immediately after his discharge, on November 2, 1865, he was united in marriage to Miss Zilpha Ann Bagley, in Zanesville, Ohio. The home was founded in Muskingum county, where they resided until the fall of 1869. They moved at that time to Story county, Iowa, near Colo. After five years, they came to Lucas county and lived on a farm a few miles from Chariton. In 1905 they gave up farm life and came to Chariton for their old age.

Into their home were born nine children. Of these Mrs. Marietta Willets and Carrie E. Adams live in this city. Omer C. Adams resides at Kansas City, Kansas; Mrs. Lulu Gookin is at Russell, Iowa; Dr. George C. Adams died Dec. 16, 1918; Mrs. Maude Goltry lives at Oskaloosa; Tillman Bruce Adams is at Cynwood, Pa.; and Mrs. Arminta Plotts resides at Omaha. A son died in infancy. There are 11 grandchildren and one great grandchild.

Mr. Adams was converted in 1878 and united with the Lutheran church. Later he became a member of the Methodist church in Chariton, of which he was a sincere member at the time of his death. He was an interested member of the G.A.R. since its organization. He was a great lover of music also, even in extreme old age, a great friend of the young people. He was a good citizen, a good neighbor and a good friend. It was permitted for him and Mrs. Adams to live together for 55 years, celebrating their golden wedding anniversary in 1916. The wife passed away Feb. 11, 1921, seven months before the husband. 
Martin Van Buren Adams
128 1880 U.S. Census living with her sister, Angeline and family in Nanjemoy, Charles County, Maryland Mary Indiana Adams
129 Charlotte Observer, The (NC) - Tuesday, December 11, 2001
Deceased Name: BOONE Mr. Rodney K. Adams
82, died December 9, 2001. Funeral 11am Tuesday, Austin & Barnes Funeral Home Chapel; burial, Piney Grove Cemetery. Visitation 10-11am Tuesday, at the funeral home. 
Rodney Kime Adams
130 Missouri Death Certificate No. 13850 Sarah Ann Adams
131 Coshocton Tribune, May 23, 1926

Funeral services will be conducted, Monday afternoon at two o'clock in the Emmanuel Lutheran church, by Rev. W. M. Wappner, for Solomon I. Adams, aged 66, McCain Av., well known citizen of this city, who died Friday evening at seven o'clock at his home.

Angina pectoris caused Mr. Adams' death. He had been bedfast for the past 11 weeks.

At the time of his illness, Mr. Adams held a important clerical position at the upper plant of the American Art Works. For the past several years he has been employed as stock keeper.

Mr. Adams was born and reared in the Plainfield vicinity, and in early life followed the occupation of a farmer. In 1888 he succeeded his father-in-law, D. G. D. Cooper in the general mercantile business at Willis Creek. He was a merchant for 17 years.

In 1907 he sold his interest in the store and moved to Coshocton. Mr. Adams entered a general store on North Third St. and with Mr. Sente they operated three stores here. The stores were known as Sente & Admas. In addition to the North Third St. store, one was located on Cambridge Rd. and the other on Walnut St. After operating those stores for three years, he sold his interest and took a rest, retiring from that kind of buisness. In recent years he has been with the American Art Works.

Mr. Adams was born October 12, 1859, and married Miss Emma Cooper in 1886. Early in life he united with the St. Paul Lutheran church, later becoming a member of the local Emmanuel Lutheran church.

Mr. Admas was held in the highest esteem by all who knew him. the news of his death saddened his numerous friends in the city and county.

Besides his widow, he leaves the following childre, Mrs. P. S. Walker, this city, Mrs. H. P. Lauritzen of Columbus and F. C. Adams of Youngstown, one sister, Mrs. Ella Shuck of this city, and a brother, A. N. Adams, of Denver, Colorado.

Burial will be made in South Lawn cemetery.
Solomon I. Adams
132 Obituary:

Adamsville Register, August 8, 1893. Mrs. Susanna Decker, wife of the late D.r Henry Decker, died early Saturday morning at her residence. She was born October 25, 1817. In the year 1836 she was married to Dr. Henry Decker whose death occurred a little over a year ago. 
Susanna Adams
133 Obituary, Unknown Source

On Friday, Feberuary 11, Wayne Victor, the little nine months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Will Adams, died rather suddenly and unexpectedly. As they were driving into town the baby began to cry violently and they took the little fellow immediately to the doctors office where he died in a very few minutes. The little fellow had been sick for some time but had not been considered in serious condition.

The funeral was conducted from the home Saturday afternoon by Rev. Fred. Roys Bush, Pastor of the Congregational Church. The music for the service was furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Christensen and Misses Bertha and Floss Stuckmann. 
Wayne Victor Adams
134 Phillips County Review, January 22, 1970

William C. Adams, the eldest child of Anna and Carlton Adams, was born Oct. 20, 1891 at Adamsville, Ohio. He departed this life on Dec. 29, 1969 at St. Joseph hospital in Concordia, Kans., at the age of 78 years, 3 months and 9 days.

He arrived in Kansas from Ohio on his 21st birthday and worked as a farmhand for this uncle Aaron Gaumer. He was married to Minnie May Atchison of Kirwin on Sep. 14, 1914. To this union 2 sons were born, Wayne Victor died in infancy.

The family had lived for some 18 years on a farm in the area now enclosed by the Kirwin Dam. They lived in Phillpsburg for a short time and then moved to Kirwin, June 15, 1954.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Minnie, on Oct. 30, 1959, and one brother Clyde.

He found new happiness when he married Miss Gertrude Lance of Sept. 3, 1964. They made their home in Kirwin until his time of death.

He was a devoted husband and father, a good neighbor and a warm friend to many people. He found great pleasure in having his grandchildren about him and they were devoted to him.

His passing brings sadness not only to his loved ones but a host of neighbors and friends as well.

Surviving relatives are his wife, Gertrude of the home; his son DeVaun C. and his wife Estella of Goodland; 2 grandsons Ronnie of the home and David, a student at Fort Hays State; one brother-in-law Lloyd Atchison of Denver, Colo.; a cousin, Alta Stuckman of Kirwin, and numerous nephews and nieces of Ohio.

Memorial services were held, Firday, Jan. 2 in the Community Methodist church, Kirwin with the Rev. Lynn Evans officiating.

Music was furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fischli.

Casket bearers were Al Stackhouse, Oral Power, Willard Johnson, Wayne Anderson, Charles McDowell and Richard McQeen.

Interment was in the Kirwin cemetery, Kirwin, Kans.

- Cards of Thanks-

We wish to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to all who expressed their sympathy and concern with flowers, cards, food brought to the home and other kindnesses at the time of our sorrow.

Mrs. W. C. Adams, Mrs. and Mrs. DVann Adams, David and Ronnie. 
William Clare Adams
135 The "History of Muskingum County, Ohio" by J. F. Everhart discusses George's son William and in that context is stated, "William W. Washington, a retired farmer, residing in Adamsville, Salem township, Muskingum county, Ohio, was born in Monroe township of this county, but when he was six years of age his parents, George and Christina (Werts) Adams, moved to Salem township. The father was a native of Virginia, born in Loudoun county in 1788, Febuary 12, and was a son of William Adams, who died in Virginia. George Adams came to Muskingum county in 1807, and at the opening of the War of 1812 went to Virginia, where he enlisted in the army. After the war he married and returned to Muskingum county, passing the remainder of his days in Monroe and Salem townships. His wife died in 1873, and he followed her to the grave two years later. Both were members of the Lutheran church. Their family consisted of the following children: Helen, Susan, William W., George, Elizabeth, Mary, John, Sarah and Margaret. The father followed agricultural pursuits all his life, and became a prosperous man. In politics he was a democrat."

From this sketch we can discern that George must have stayed for some time with his parents before returning to Ohio. He either met or renewed a childhood aquaintence with Christina as his father, according to the 1810 census, lived very close to Christina's cousins, Conrad and Adam Werts. Since he had already been to Ohio, he was probably the catalyst for Christina's family to follow them back to Ohio.

From this we also learn the date of 1875 for his death is the correct one which would make the birth date in the records of New Lutheran Church in Montegomery County, correct as his birth being Feb 12, 1789. It actually states his birth was Feb 21 but the calculation of his death from the revised date would make it Feb 12 which agrees with the "History of Muskingum County, Ohio" date. That year was given as 1788 but the re-calculation and the church records both give 1789 so we will use that as the true date of birth.

It has been suggested that George and Christina came back to Ohio in 1814, the year of their marriage, but a record of Christening for their Daughter Helen (Hilena) is found in New Jerusalem Lutheran Church in Lovettsville, Loudoun County, VA. in Dec 3 1815 so it would have been doubtful they would have returned until after that winter, probably in the spring of 1816.

According to the 1820 Census he was living in Munroe (sic) township. It seems Christine lied about her age as she is listed in the 16-18 column, or the census taker made a mistake. By 1830 he is found in the Salem township census listing.

In the records of New Jerusalem Lutheran Church in Lovettsville, Loudoun County, VA., there is also listed a Thomas Adams marrying a Anna Spring, 2 Nov 1813. This is right around the same time as George so Thomas is a possible brother to George.
William Washington Adams
136 Patriot, April 19, 1907

Shiremanstown News - Harry Huntsberger, wife and children attended the funeral of Mrs. Huntsbergers brother, William Addams at Enola Wednesday. 
William E. Addams
137 Son of Marvin and Bernice Adrian
Drowned in the Kiser Lake Swimming area. 
Larry Lee Adrian
138 Roanoke Times, October 11, 1991

Arbutus Agee White of Roanoke County died Thursday in a local hospital. She is survived by her husband, Walter F. White of Roanoke County; one brother, James R. Agee of Roanoke County; five sisters, Mrs. Roy (Edith) Bruce of Cape Coral, Fla.; Mrs. Kolmer (Clara) Spangler of Myrtle Beach, S.C.; Mrs. Lois Schoen of Port Ritchie, Fla.; Mrs. Willard (Juanita) Brooks of Bridgewater, N.J; and Mrs. Jim (Novella) Fleming of Greenville, N.C.; a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at Oakey's South Chapel 12:00 noon Saturday with Dr. Gordon Grimes officiating. Interment will follow in Sherwood Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations be made to the American Heart Association. Friends may call from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Friday at Oakey's South Chapel. 
Arbuts Mae Agee
139 Roanoke Times, February 23, 2012

Clara Agee Spangler, 85, of Midlothian, passed away February 21, 2012. She was the widow of Kolmer B. Spangler.

She is survived by four children, Michael L. Spangler, Donald B. Spangler and his wife, Sarah, Ted J. Spangler, and Amy R. Spangler-Dunning and her husband, Bill; three sisters, Novella Fleming, Juanita Brooks, and Lois Mullins; and two grandchildren, Colin Spangler and Tristan Spangler-Dunning. Interment will take place in Sherwood Park in Salem at a later date. 
Clara Virginia Agee
140 Obituary, The Roanoke Times, April 3, 2004

James Rufus Agee, of Roanoke, went to be with the Lord, Thursday, April 1, 2004. He was a retired employee of Blue Cross / Blue Shield and a member of Cave Spring Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his parents, Omer Agee and Amy Wertz Agee; and a sister, Arbutus White. Surviving are five sisters and brothers-in-law, Edith A. and Roy Bruce of Lackland, Florida, Clara A. Spangler of Richmond, Lois A. and Robert Mullins of Spring Hill, Florida, Juanita A. and Willard Brooks of Roanoke County, and Novella A. and Jim Fleming of Roanoke. Also a number of nieces and nephews. Services will be held at Cave Spring Baptist Church 2 p.m. Monday, with Pastor Jim Reeves officiating. Interment will follow in Sherwood Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Cave Spring Baptist Church. Arrangements are by Oakey's South Chapel , 989-3131. 
James Rufus Agee
141 Courier, The (Findlay, OH) - Wednesday, July 21, 2004

Dorothy Mae Cook, 82, of Dunkirk, died at 2:23 a.m. Tuesday, July 20, 2004 at her residence.

She was born Oct. 6, 1921 in Indiana to Frank H. and Oakel Belle (Smith) Agin. She married Russell J. Cook April 1, 1943 in Columbus and he died Nov. 11, 2002.

Surviving are two daughters, Patricia (James) Bash, Carrollton, Texas; and Jo Anne (Robert) Kritzler, Kenton; five grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren.

Preceding her in death are her stepmother, Olive Agin; two brothers, Frank "Clair" and Melvin Agin; and a granddaughter, Lynn Denise Kritzler.

Mrs. Cook retired after 27 years at Kodak of Findlay, and was formerly employed at North Electric Co., Kenton.

She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church and Nimble Thimble Quilt Club. She was very active at her church, where she served on different committees and boards. She also loved to garden.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at Price Funeral Home, Dunkirk, the Rev. Larry Blunden officiating. Burial will be in Dunkirk Cemetery.

Visitation will be held from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.

Memorials may be made to Trinity United Methodist Church or Hardin Hospice Care. 
Dorothy May Agin

Columbus Dispatch, The (OH) - Monday, January 22, 2001

Deceased Name: Frank C. Agin

AGIN Frank C. Agin, age 71, of Hilliard, Saturday, January 20, 2001 at Riverside Hospital. Veteran Korean Conflict, U.S. Air Force Staff Sergeant stationed in Japan. Member of Hilliard United Methodist Church, National Society of Professional Engineers, Ohio Society of Professional Engineers, Consulting Engineering of Ohio, American Society of Civil Engineers, American Water Works Association, Water Pollution Association, and National Rifle Association. Graduate of Ohio Northern University. Retired July 1993 as The Executive Director of Burgess and Niple Ltd, after 37 years of service. Survived by loving wife of 47 years, Margery (McNutt) Agin; children, David and Glenna Agin of Kingston, Linda and Paul Peters of Plain City, Eric Agin of Williamsburg, Va.; grandchildren, Paul Jeffrey, Scott, Jonathan Peters, and Frank Rae Agin; step-grandchildren, Kristen McCracken and Laura Peters; brother, Melvin (Joyce) Agin of Kenton; sister, Dorothy (Russell) Cook of Dunkirk; nieces and nephews and a host of friends. Friends may call 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Monday at the TIDD FUNERAL HOME, 5265 Norwich St., Hilliard where funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday with Rev.Jim Riggs officiating. Interment Wesley Chapel Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to a charity of choice. 
Frank Clare Agin
143 U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 U.S. World War II
Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
Name: Melvin W Agin
Birth Year: 1919
Race: White, citizen (White)
Nativity State or Country: Indiana
State: Ohio
County or City: Hardin

Enlistment Date: 1 Oct 1940
Enlistment State: Ohio
Enlistment City: Fort Hayes Columbus
Branch: Air Corps
Branch Code: Air Corps
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the Philippine Department
Component: Regular Army (including Officers, Nurses, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life

Education: 4 years of high school
Civil Occupation: Automobile Serviceman
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
Height: 73
Weight: 134
Melvin Wilbert Agin
144 Kokomo Tribune (IN) - Saturday, June 20, 2009

March 17, 1914 - June 19, 2009
Devoted wife, loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Beulah F. Harts, 95, Amboy, passed away at 5:29 p.m. Friday, June 19, 2009, at the St. Vincent Heart Center, Indianapolis. She was born March 17, 1914, in Miami County, the daughter of Earl R. and Hazel Pence Agness. Beulah married John R. Harts on May 8, 1937, and he preceded her in death on Sept. 2, 1991.

Beulah was a 1932 graduate of Clay Township High School. She was an active member of the McGrawsville United Methodist Church where she was a member of the XYZ Sunday School Class, the Women's Fellowship, and the LIFT Group. She directed several plays at the church involving the children's programs. For many years, she sang in a trio and sang duets with her brother, Thurman. Beulah loved her flowers, enjoyed gardening, sewing, playing cards and bingo. She was a member of the Harrison Home Economics Club for more than 60 years. For many years, she spent her winters in Bradenton, Fla., where she resided in Braden Castle Park. During that time in Florida, she thoroughly enjoyed the Wednesday Morning Bicycle Breakfast Club and Castle Club as well as being an avid "shuffler." Beulah was the first female inductee into the Braden Castle Shuffle Club Hall of Fame.

Family was paramount to Beulah and her three grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren were her pride and joy. A perfect day to Beulah was one that included time playing games with her great-grandchildren.

She is survived by her sons, Phil Harts and his wife, Twila, Amboy, and Lonny Harts and his wife, Jan, Amboy; grandchildren, Julie Frey and her husband, Eric, Westfield, Jeff Harts and his wife, Nikki, Converse, and Brad Harts and his wife, Karen, Amboy; great-grandchildren, Alyssa, Peyton, Justin, Jonathan, David, Ethan and Colin; her brothers, Thurman Agness and his wife, Peg, Peru, and Gene Agness and his wife, Fern, Bradenton, Fla.; and sisters, Geneva Willson, Kokomo, Ruthanna Borden, Peru, and Carolyn Einselen and her husband, John, Wabash.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband ,John; and three brothers Mark, Herman and Richard Agness.

A service celebrating the life of Beulah F. Harts is 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the McGrawsville United Methodist Church, 9377 S. 300 East, Amboy, with Pastor Mark Hill officiating. Burial will be at Park Lawn Cemetery, Amboy. Family and friends will gather 4 to 8 p.m. Monday and one hour before the service on Tuesday at the McGrawsville United Methodist Church.
Memorial donations may be made through the funeral home to the McGrawsville United Methodist Church. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Laird-Eddy Funeral Home, Amboy. 
Beulah F. Agness
145 Rochester Sentinel, April 24, 2012

Ruthanna Borden, 94, Peru, passed away on Monday, April 23, 2012, at St. Vincent's Heart Center, Carmel.

She was born in Miami County on June 8, 1917, the daughter of Earl and Hazel Pence Agness. Ruthanna married Harold Borden on Dec. 31, 1940, and he preceded her in death on Feb. 8, 1999.

Ruthanna was a 1935 graduate of Clay Township High School and a retired Butler Township homemaker.

They lived on their family farm for 58 years, and she moved to the Blair Ridge retirement community in 2001 and resided there until her death.

Ruthanna and Harold also wintered in Bradenton, Fla., for 27 years. She was a member and active in the McGrawsville United Methodist Church, where she had served as President of the United Methodist Women.

She was active in the Butler Happy Homemakers for over 70 years, and she served as a Pink Lady for the Dukes Memorial Hospital Auxiliary.

Ruthanna was a devoted wife, a wonderful mother and a loving grandmother. She enjoyed sewing, gardening, ceramics and making afghans for her family. She delighted in entertaining her family and friends for special events and celebratory dinners.

Surviving are sons, Glenn (Janellyn) Borden, of Fort Wayne, and Max (Janey) Borden, of Rochester; a daughter, Marcia (John) Graft, of Fishers; grandchildren, Jeffrey (Sara) Borden, of Walton, Philip (Catherine) Borden, of Cambridge, Mass., Greg (Julie) Borden, of Naples, Fla., Abigail (Kevin) Renie, of Rochester, Nicholas (Lindsay) Borden, of Naples, Fla., Ryan (Alison) Graft, of Carmel, and Shawn (Alex) Graft, of Jacksonville Beach, Fla.; and great-grandchildren, Jacob Borden, Reece and Davis Renie, Cole, Anna and Brooke Borden, and Claire and Elise Graft. Also surviving are sisters, Geneva Willson, of Kokomo, and Carolyn Einselen, of Peru; and a brother, Gene (Fern) Agness, of Bradenton, Fla.

Preceding her in death were brothers, Mark, Herman, Thurman and Richard Agness; and a sister, Beulah Harts.

A service celebrating the life of Ruthanna Borden will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the McGrawsville United Methodist Church, 9377 S. 300 East, Amboy, IN, 46911, with Pastor Steve Austin officiating. Burial will be in Santa Fe Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Thursday at Eikenberry-Eddy Funeral Home, 84 W. Main St., Peru, IN 46970. 
Ruthanna Agness
146 Plain Dealer, October 5, 2004

Terry Dee Agness, 65, 660 Lem's Way, died at 11:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 4, 2004, at Wabash County Hospital.

He was born on Feb. 10, 1939, in Peru, to Herman and Gwenivere (Mishler) Agness. He married Carol Carlson on Aug. 30, 1963, in Kankakee, Ill. She survives.

Mr. Agness graduated from Sweetser High School in 1957, and received a bachelor's degree in agricultural engineering from Purdue University in 1962. He retired in 2001 after 36 years at The Ford Meter Box Company, where he was a past president and current chairman of the board. He led Ford Meter Box to the largest acquisition in its history, the purchase of the Uni-Flange Company in 1994.

He was a member of The Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, Wabash Kiwanis Club, and was a life member of the Honeywell Foundation board of directors. He also was a member of the board of directors of Frances Slocum Bank and a former member of the Falls Cemetery and Parkview Health Systems boards of directors. He also served in the Indiana National Guard and enjoyed family, fishing and sports cars.

Also surviving are a son, Lance (Shelley) Agness, Wabash; a daughter, Lana (Brent) Barnhisel, Danville; a sister, Janice (Don) Fern, Peru; a brother, Kent (Carolyn) Agness, Indianapolis; two granddaughters, Alicia Agness, Wabash, and Erica Barnhisel, Danville; and a grandson, Ethan Agness, Wabash.

Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at The Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. The Rev. Don Mitchell will officiate. #Burial will be in Falls Cemetery. Friends may call at the Grandstaff-Hentgen Manchester Avenue Chapel from 2 to 8 p.m. Thursday. Preferred memorials are to the Great Commission Fund at The Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. 
Terry Dee Agness
147 Thurman E. Agness, 99, Peru, passed away at 11 a.m., Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011 at Miller's Merry Manor, Peru.

He was born in Howard County on Dec. 1, 1911 to Earl and Hazel Pence Agness. Thurman married Dorothy Reed on March 10, 1934, and she preceded him in death on Feb. 14, 1964. He married Marguerite "Peg" Woodmansee on May 28, 1966 at Main Street United Methodist Church, Peru, and she survives.

Thurman was a 1929 graduate of Clay Township High School and a retired Miami County farmer. A man of great faith, he was an active member of McGrawsville United Methodist Church, where he served as a lay leader for over 30 years and also served as Sunday school superintendent for 24 years. Thurman is a former trustee of Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis and served as lay delegate to the Annual Methodist Conference for 30 years.

Thurman and Peg wintered in Bradenton, Fla. for 34 years and he was active on various boards at Bradenton Castle, including serving as chairman of the Bradenton Castle Board of Directors. They thoroughly enjoyed traveling and traveled extensively throughout the U.S. and abroad. Thurman and Peg lived at Blair Ridge in Peru for the last nine years, and he was the unofficial "Mayor of Blair Ridge," as he took great interest in its operation.

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Thurman was a devoted husband, wonderful father and fun-loving grandfather.

He will be remembered by his family and friends for many things, among them: his unwavering dedication to God and his church, his singing and musical ability, how he whistled while he worked, his incredible memory of family history, his frugality alongside his generosity, his uncanny ability to remember what things cost "back in the day," his storytelling, his enjoyment of leadership, his extensive knowledge of ditching (a family joke), his good business sense, and most of all, his unflinching integrity.

Surviving in addition to his wife Peg is a daughter, Elaine Glassburn, Bunker Hill; a son, Jay (Kathy) Agness, Cedar Falls, Iowa; sisters, Geneva Willson, Kokomo, Ruthanna Borden, Peru and Carolyn (John) Einselen, Peru, a brother, Gene (Fern) Agness, Bradenton, Fla.; grandchildren, Teri (Doug) Roberts, Tami (Rick) Allison, Robyn (Bill) Gruber, Kari (Matthew) Halko, Susan (Kenneth) Larimer, Kevin Glassburn, Michael (Eliana) Agness and Marcia (Michael) Kochel; and great-grandchildren, Sarah Larimer, William Kochel, Kate Kochel, Brian Roberts, Bradley Roberts, Benjamin Allison, Bethany Allison, Abbie Allison, Bill Gruber Jr., Kellie Gruber, Jerrod Gruber, Julia Agness, Ryan Halko and Mason Parrott.

He was preceded in death by his parents, his first wife, Dorothy, brothers Mark, Herman and Richard Agness and a sister, Beulah Harts.

A service celebrating the life of Thurman E. Agness will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at McGrawsville United Methodist Church, 9377 S. 300 East, Amboy, with Pastors Mark Hill and Kenny Cole officiating.

Burial will be in Clymer Cemetery, Miami County.

Family and friends will gather from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday at the church.

Memorial donations may be made through the Eikenberry-Eddy Funeral Home to the church.

Online condolences may be made at 
Thurman E. Agness
148 Obituary, Frederick Post, October 25, 1962 California Willard Ahalt
149 South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, FL) - June 27, 2006

Deceased Name: Akers, David J.

Akers Akers, David J., 82, of West Palm Beach, FL passed away on June 9, 2006. Gary Panoch Funeral Home & Cremations, Boca Raton.* 
David Jesse Akers
150 Died in route to Saint Vincent Hospital in Norfolk, Virginia Doris Lenora Akers

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