Carroll County Obituaries

Donated by Richard Culler

February 29, 1884

Albaugh – February 23, 1884 at her home near Kilgore, Catharine, wife of Solomon Albaugh – aged 72 years, 6 months.
                Deceased was a member of the Ev. Lutheran Church and was buried according to its rites at Kilgore on Sunday – Rev. Schmuckers officiating.

Carroll Chronicle, January 4, 1889

John Brown died at his residence in Canton, Monday night at 7 o’clock – Dec. 31, 1888, aged 69 years.  A plasterer by trade.  Politics – Democrat.  He married in Carrollton, Mary Albaugh of East Main Street, and lived here for many years.  He then went to Canton where he was connected with the police force.  Later, he enlisted in the Army.  He had a premonition he would die on the day he did.  He was ill for about three weeks.  He was interred by the G.A.R.  Mrs. Wm. Baxter, Mrs. S.J. Pool & other relatives from Carrollton attended the funeral.

Carroll Chronicle, June 1889    (Dell Roy News)

Mrs. Lafayette Albaugh (Lovina German), aged 29 years, died Sabbath morning, June 23, 1889.  She was an invalid for years, and at times suffered intensely.  She was a member of the M.P. Church.  Her husband survives.  The funeral took place from the M.P. Church, her pastor, Rev. Bowman officiating.  Interment at Union Valley cemetery.

Carroll Chronicle, Friday June 28, 1889

Dell Roy – Died on Sabbath morning, June 22, 1889, Mrs. Lafayette Albaugh, aged 29 years.  Mrs. Albaugh was an invalid for years, and at times suffered intensely, but she endured the chastisement which her heavenly father pleased to visit on her without murmuring.  “Tribulation wrought patience, and patience had her perfect work.”  She was a member of the M.P. Church, and dearly loved the house of God and the ordinances of grace.  When bodily strength would allow, her place was not vacant in the sanctuary of God.  She enjoyed remarkable peace of mind during her last illness, and spoke of death and her own departure, with much composure.  When the end came it was to her as a falling into a quiet sleep, and it was only known that her spirit had fled by the wide world affording her no more breath.  The scripture “Mark the perfect man, and behold the upright; for the end of that man is peace,” was verified in her case.  She leaves a heart stricken husband and a large circle of friends to mourn their loss.  In the midst of our sorrow there is a ray of joy.  She “hath finished her work, and hath entered her rest.”  The funeral took place from the M.P. Church, her pastor, Rev. Bowman officiating.  Interment at Union Valley cemetery.

Carroll Chronicle, Friday October 4, 1889

Albaugh – September 28, 1889, of cholera infantum, infant daughter of Peter Albaugh of Perry township – aged 3 months.  Interment on Sunday

Carroll Chronicle, Friday November 18, 1892

Mrs. Mary Albaugh
who lives near Salem, Jefferson county, was found dead in bed on the 9th inst.  Her age was about 60 years.  Interment in the Disciple Cemetery Friday last.      (11/9/1892)

Carroll Chronicle, Friday June 2, 1893

         The remains of Lizzie Albaugh were brought to Carrollton yesterday afternoon from Dell Roy, her death having occurred at the home of her son-in-law, Mr. Charles C. Hemming, with whom she has lived many years.  She was perhaps one of the oldest citizens of Carrollton, well and favorably known, as a kind-hearted, inoffensive woman.  It is not probable that she ever had an enemy.  The remains were taken to the Reformed Church, and services held previous to interment.  Her age was about 86 years.   (6/1/1893)

Carroll Chronicle, Friday August 27, 1897

L.B. Albaugh of Canton, formerly of Sherodsville and later of Mineral Point, and son of Samuel Albaugh, deceased, of Rose township died at his home on Sunday morning after a brief illness of inflammation of the lungs.  Interment at New Cumberland on Tuesday at 3 p.m.  Deceased was a genial and obliging neighbor of cheerful disposition, and respected citizen.  Deceased leaves a wife, four brothers and one sister to mourn their loss.  His father preceded him to the spirit world a little more than a year past and his mother and his only child, a little daughter, about ten years ago.  Deceased was 47 years of age.  Peace to his ashes. (8/27/1897)

Carroll Chronicle, Friday February 1, 1901

Death of Phillip Albaugh.  The sympathy of their many friends here and in other places goes out to Dr. and Mrs. A.P. Albaugh in the loss of their infant son, Phillip Lorain Albaugh, who passed away the 17th inst., aged 8 months and 22 days.  His decline had been continuous after a cold contracted while visiting Northern relatives in mid-summer. The funeral was attended by Rev. A.E. Drew at the Methodist church.  The beautiful hymns entitles “Sweet Story of Old,” “Looking This Way,” and “Asleep in Jesus,” had been selected by the mourners and were impressively rendered by Rev. and Mrs. E. N. Moody and the church choir.  A large congregation expressed sympathy by their presence and floral offerings.  – Tarpon Springs (Fla.) Herald       (1/17/1901)

Carroll Chronicle, Friday March 29, 1901

Levi Albaugh, a farmer of Warren township, Tuscarawas county, died Saturday morning last at his home near New Cumberland.  On the 10th of May next he would have concluded his 86th year.  He was widely known and highly respected.  Remains were interred at Big Springs cemetery in Carroll county on Monday.  Rev. J.F. McGrath officiated.  Deceased was grandfather of Mrs. G.J. Hall of Carrollton, and the Hall family attended. (3/16/1901)

Carroll Chronicle, Friday July 8, 1902

The death of Walter Albaugh of Massillon is announced.  He is the son of judge John W. Albaugh.

July 13, 1906

Robert Albaugh, an aged farmer of Loudon tp., died Sunday noon after a very brief illness.  The remains were interred at Kilgore Tuesday, the Reformed Minister   conducting the funeral.  His age was about 76.  He is survived by a widow, one son, Thos. Albaugh, and two daughter – Mrs. Matt Harding of Freeport and Mrs. Nelson Reed, who lived in the house with her parents.  Mr. Albaugh was an industrious man and an up-to-date farmer.

Carroll Chronicle,  Friday May 24, 1907

Ezra Albaugh was so badly injured in an explosion in the enameling works that he died in a few hours.  He was struck with a cylinder head blown from an engine.  He was born near Cumberland, was known in this county, and was a brother of Judge John W. Albaugh.

Carroll Chronicle, Friday November 19, 1909
Charles Albaugh, a young farmer of Loudon township, son of Anthony Albaugh, died suddenly Sunday forenoon with heart trouble. While going from the house to the barn, on the McGary farm, where he lived, he was noticed to fall, and expired soon after he had been assisted into the house.  His remains were interred at Kilgore Tuesday.  A widow survives.  His age was 28 years. (11/14/1909)

Carroll Chronicle, January 21, 1910         (s/o William & Catherine Simmons Albaugh)

Eli Albaugh, a prominent farmer of Loudon township and father of Homer Albaugh of Carrollton, died suddenly Saturday night.  While in Kilgore attending to business about 7 p.m., and apparently in his usual health, he was striken with paralysis.  He was taken home in an unconscious condition and remained so until his death at 1 o’clock a.m. the same night.
         The remains were interred at Kilgore Monday, the funeral service being conducted by Rev. Kinsley in the M.E. church where Mr. A. had been a worshipper since his youth.  The edifice was crowded to its full capacity.
         He was born in 1842 on the farm on which he died, and in addition to doing general farm work he was in the threshing business for 45 years.
         He was married three times, and his widow and two children by his second wife survive – Homer of Carrollton and Miss Lillie at home.
         There was great sorrow over his death, the feeling being that a valued friend and neighbor had passed away.

         Oliver Harding, Lewis Wiard, J.J. Bricker, J.D. Albaugh and wife attended the funeral of Eli Albaugh at Kilgore.
        Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green entertained at supper Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Albaugh, daughter Rosa and son Orville, and Miss Taylor from Scio. (1/15/1910)

Free Press Standard, Carrollton,  January 27, 1911

Thomas Lacey Albaugh was born March 30, 1858 – died January 18, 1911; aged 52 years 9 months 18 days.
     He was the oldest son of William and Telitha Albaugh and was married to Martha Jane Leggett July 7, 1878.  To this union were born six children – Mrs. Ida Staub and Mrs. Grace Hathaway of Pittsburgh, Mrs. Elsie Boles of Chicago, Earl Albaugh of New Philadelphia, Miss Rosa and Orville at home.
     His father, mother, one brother, and one sister preceded him to the great beyond.  His wife, six children, two brothers, five sisters and four grandchildren are left to mourn his loss.
     He realized he was nearing the celestial shore and about five weeks before his demise he gave directions for his obsequies.
     He told them of a vision he had – that he was going home and for them not to weep for him, for where he was going there was no sorrow.
     His favorite song, “I’m Going Home,” was such a confort to him during his sickness and he had some one sing it for him almost every day.
                                A loved one from our midst has gone,
                                   A voice we loved is still;
                                A place is vacant in our home,
                                  Which no one else can fill
          A Friend

Carroll Chronicle, Friday, March 31, 1911

Wm. K. Albaugh died suddenly  Tuesday morning at his home in Dellroy.  He was a brother of Lafayette Albaugh of Carrollton.  Born in Monroe Tp. February 12, 1881, he had entered upon his 31st year. (3/28/1911)

Carroll Chronicle, Friday August 4, 1911              (s/o James & Mary E. Wrikman Albaugh)

Bert Albaugh died Sunday evening at his home in Loudon township, where he had been critically ill for six months.  His remains were buried at Kilgore, Tuesday.  He had been attending Scio college but was compelled to give it up on account of his health.  He was a very apt scholar and one of the best mathematicians in college, and had several years as school teacher.  He was married to Blanche Karns but she died several years ago, leaving one child.  His age was about 28.  Well loved and highly respected, and with promise of a useful life his early death causes more than a passing regret among friends. (7/30/1911)

Carroll Chronicle, Friday, September 12, 1912

Basil Albaugh of Kilgore died Sunday afternoon after a very brief illness and his remains were interred Tuesday in the M.E. cemetery in that town.
             A second wife survives him, also three sons and on daughter: J.D. Albaugh of Carrollton, Walter Albaugh of Chicago, Zach Albaugh of Tyler, Texas, and Mrs. George B. Smith of Barnesville.  Five children are dead.  Deceased was born near Kilgore, Sept. 22, 1829, and was one of the pioneers of Loudon township.  He held numerous offices of trust.  His affiliations were with the M.E. church of which he had long been a consistent member.  Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Albaugh, Mrs. Homer Albaugh and Miss Albaugh of Carrollton attended the funeral.

Carroll Chronicle, Friday, October 25, 1912

J.D. Albaugh of West North street died Monday morning at 2 o’clock, after an illness lasting over a day.  On the way down town Saturday evening he felt an approaching illness, retraced his steps homeward, and fell unconscious on his own doorsill, remaining unconscious until his death.  He had not been previously ill.  His sudden death cast a gloom over many friends.
                Mr. Albaugh was a native of Loudon township, moving here about 1896.  He was born May 16, 1853, and married Miss Lillian Ruse March 7, 1888.  Five children were born to them.  One son is dead.  Misses Iona and Nannie, Willard and Miss Alta survive with their mother.  The funeral was held Wednesday from the M.E. church.  Rev. P.U. Hawkins conducted the service, assisted by Rev. H.M. Rader.  A large congregation was present, many having come from Kilgore.
               Mr. Albaugh had many friends.  On account of his jovial nature and pleasant disposition he daily attracted them, and was kindly disposed to everybody.  Many friends heard of his death with sincere regret.

Free Press Standard, Thursday September 3, 1914

Miss Priscilla Albaugh, of Loudon tp. Died Monday evening in Mercy hospital at Canton from organic heart trouble.  Miss Albaugh was taken to the hospital two weeks ago from the home of her father, William Albaugh, of near Kilgore, with whom she had been residing.  The deceased was born 65 years ago in Loudon tp., where she had resided for the past 25 years.  She is survived by her father, four brothers, Anthony and Robert of near Amsterdam; Solomon Albaugh, of near Scio, William Albaugh, near Kilgore,

And two sisters, Mesdames George Kimmell, near Kilgore,  and S.S. Kirby, of Perrysville.  The funeral services were held today in the residence of her sister, Mrs. Kimmell, and were conducted by Rev. J.H. Lutz, pastor of the Lutheran church.   (9/2/1912)

Free Press, Jan 21, 1915

William Albaugh was born in Loudon tp., September 11, 1821, and died in that township last Friday.  He was aged 93 years, 4 months and 11 days.  He was a son of Solomon and Priscilla McKisson Albaugh and was married to Catherine Sells, October 14, 1843, who preceded him to the grave, November 15, 1882.  To this union was born nine children: Anthony, Catherine, Priscilla, Solomon, Mary, Caroline, William, Peter and Robert.  All the children are living but Catherine, Priscilla and Peter.  Mr. Albaugh spent his entire life in Loudon tp.  He was a kind and considerate man, was held in high esteem and will be greatly missed in the community in which he has lived such a long life.  But few are given such a lease in years as this man enjoyed.  For more than 93 years his name has been known in the community.  For 85 years he has been familiar with the doings of the vicinity.  His life has been a wonderful one.  His parents were staunch Lutherans and his early Christian training was along that line.  One brother, James of Amsterdam, is living.  Besides six children, he is survived by 17 grandchildren and one great grandchild.  The funeral services were held Monday and his pastor, Rev. J.H. Lutz, officiated.  Interment was made in Kilgore.   (1/15/1915)

Free Press Standard, Thursday, April 13, 1916

James W. Albaugh, aged 75, died at his home near Roxford in Union tp., Tuscarawas co., early Monday morning, from apoplexy.  Death was sudden.  Mr. Albaugh who had suffered a stroke of paralysis  a year ago and had not been in good health, complained that morning, about 1 o’clock, of a severe pain in his head, and arose from his bed.  His wife assisted him to a chair in another a room and went to call her son.  When they returned, Mr. Albaugh was already dead.  Coroner Penn’s verdict was death from apoplexy.  Mr. Albaugh was born in Jefferson co., May 19, 1838.  When he was two years old his parents moved to the farm in Union tp., where he lived until his death.  In October, 1861, he was married to Ellen Jane Leggett, Roxford.  To this union three children were born.  Mr. Albaugh his survived by his wife and three children.  Isa, Levi and Christian, all of Union tp..  He is also survived by one brother, Amos W. Albaugh, street commissioner of Dennison, and one sister, Mrs. Robert Reed, Union tp.  Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at 10:30 from the Roxford Methodist Episcopal church, conducted by his pastor, Rev. Horrocks.  Interment was made in the church cemetery.  Mr. Albaugh had been a member of the Methodist Episcopal church practically his entire life, belonging at the time of his death to the Wesley Chapel church of which he was one of the organizers.  He was a staunch friend of virtue and righteous dealing, and bore the esteem and good will of a host of friends and neighbors. (4/10/1916)

Free Press, August 3, 1916

Walter S. Albaugh died Tuesday in the Navy hospital at Norfolk, Virginia and will be buried Friday afternoon in Grandview cemetery.  The services, which will be held in the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. J.D. Albaugh, will be conducted by Revs Parren U. Hawkins, Steubenville, and J.B. Manley, of the Methodist Episcopal church.  Mr. Albaugh was born August 19, 1868, near Kilgore.  For the past 18 years he had been in the navy, and was bandmaster practically all that time.  He had been attached to numerous battleships, and for a few years was in charge of the band at the Great Lakes station, Chicago.  The band will lead the funeral procession Friday afternoon.  Mr. Albaugh is survived by a brother and a sister; Zack Albaugh, Tyler, Texas, and Mrs. G.B. Smith, Bellaire.  He had been in poor health for the past year death,  death resulting from Bright's disease. His last visit to Carrollton was just two years ago, and on that occasion he accompanied the Carrollton band on a tour of the county in the interest of the local chautauqua. On that tour he directed the band at Kilgore, and the people of his native township gave him quite an ovation. (8/1/1916)

Carroll Chronicle, Friday, March 16, 1917

Peter Albaugh, former resident of Carroll county, died March 5, in the home of his son, Dr. A.P. Albaugh in Tarpon Springs, Fla.  He was born in Loudon township, this county, July 17, 1834.  He was married to Miss Mary Phillips, Nov.26, 1857.  She died seven years ago.  Mr. Albaugh with his family moved to Florida in 1902.  He was the father of 10 children, five of whom survive: Dr. J.W. Albaugh of Mingo Jct., Mrs. Mary C. Slates of Bergholz, Mrs. Anna L. Smith of Amsterdam, Mrs. Phoebe Barnett and Dr. Albaugh of Tarpon Springs, Fla.  A brother, of Shoals, Ind., 91 years old, also survives; also 12 grandchildren and other relatives.  While a resident of Carroll county he was a progressive farmer, a teacher for more than 20 years.  He joined the Methodist church at the first revival services held in Kilgore and remained a consistent member of that church all his life. (3/5/1917)

????,  May, 1918

Olive Albaugh
    Olive Mae Albaugh, 93, of R. 1, Hopedale, died May 8, 1918, in the Harrison Community Hospital, Cadiz.
    She was a member of the Apostolic Church of God, Cadiz.
    She was preceded in death by her husband, Sylvester, in 1941, and a daughter.
    Surviving are three sons, Eugene and James both of Hopedale, and Howard of Winterville; two daughters, Mrs. Frank (Viola) Dayton of Hopedale and Mrs. Dean (Anna) Groves of Bloomingdale; seven grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; six great-great-grandchildren.  Services were conducted at the Blackburn Funeral Home, Hopedale, and burial followed in Kilgore cemetery.

Carroll Chronicle, Friday July 19, 1918

Alice Bricker Albaugh
Alice Gay Bricker, wife of Homer G. Albaugh, died July 13, at her home in Sebring of leakage of the heart.  Burial was made Sunday at Sebring, the funeral being conducted by the Rebekahs of Sebring and Alliance.  Dr. L.R. Akers was the officiating minister.
                Alice Gay Bricker, daughter of John J. Bricker and the late Sarah J. Bricker, was born at Carrollton Oct. 29, 1883.  She was married to Homer G. Albaugh, April 24, 1904.  For a time they lived they lived in Carrollton, but moved to Sebring about four years ago.  At age of 12 she united with the Reformed church at Carrollton and remained a consistent member of that church, during her stay in Carrollton, taking a prominent part in the work of the Sunday school and was a member of the choir.  She was graduated from the Carrollton high school in 1902, then taught in the public schools, in which she was very successful.  After her removal to Sebring she united with the Methodist Episcopal church.  She was a member of the Rebekah lodge, and was given the highest honor in that lodge.  She was past noble grand and a member of the past noble grand order at the time of her death.

                She is survived by by her husband, five sons, aged from 5 to 13 years and her father.
                Mrs. Albaugh was a model wife and mother, and loved her widowed father and always welcomed him with a smile.  Her friends were many.  She tried to do a little good every day.  She died conscious to the last and was ready to go.  She had been sick for three months, her husband vainly trying medical aid.  May she rest in peace.
                Among the Carrollton people who attended the funeral were: John J. Bricker, Mr. And Mrs. Glen Gould, Mr. And Mrs. Homer Gould, Mr. Elmer Gould, Mr. And Mrs. Harvey Yonng, Mr. and  Mrs. Wade Beatty  (rest missing)   (7/13/1918)

Carroll Chronicle, Friday January 31, 1919

        Rosa Bell Albaugh, daughter of Martha Albaugh and the late Thomas Albaugh, died Thursday, Jan. 23, at the home of her sister, Mrs. M.E. Staub in Pittsburgh with whom she had lived for two years.  Funeral services were held at Pittsburgh, Saturday morning, and also at the home of her mother in Perry tp. on Sunday afternoon.  Burial was made in the U.B. cemetery, Perrysville, beside the grave of her father.  The services were conducted by Rev. Hagelmire.  The many floral offerings sent by Pittsburgh friends was evidence of their high esteem for her.

        Deceased was born in 1891.  She is survived by her mother; two brothers, Orville at home, and Earl of New Philadelphia; three sisters: Mrs. M.E. Staub and Mrs. J.H. Hathaway of Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Charles Boles of Boston, Mass.

        She was a life-long sufferer of organic heart trouble, and had many times expressed a desire to go home where there is no suffering or sorrow.  Her life was a beautiful Christian one and she was always kind to every one.  At noon the day before she died she told her sister that she would not be with them long and made all arrangements for being brought back home, and for her funeral.   (1/23/1919)

Carroll Chronicle, Friday May 23, 1919

Mrs. Sallie Albaugh, widow of the late Bazil Albaugh of Loudon township, died at 2 p.m. Friday of heart trouble.  Burial was made Sunday.  The age of the deceased was about 75.  She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Emma Hosterman; and a son,  Ed Myers, living at Kilgore.  (5/23/1919)

Carroll Chronicle, Friday March 26, 1920

Perry C. Albaugh, 53, died Saturday at his home two miles south of New Philadelphia, having suffered six years with stomach trouble.  He had been weighmaster for 12 years at a mine there.  His death was sudden, and was brought on by heart failure.
      The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon and burial was made at New Philadelphia.
      Fifteen years ago, Mr. Albaugh moved from Kilgore to New Philadelphia.  Surviving are the widow and four children: Raymond, Herman and Frances, and Mrs. Harvey Kaiser, all of New Philadelphia.  A brother and two sisters also survive: Douglas Albaugh of New Cumberland, Mrs. J.K. Peterson, Bunola, PA., and Della Albaugh of Cleveland.  His mother, Mrs. Martha Albaugh, 83 survives.  (3/20/1920)

Carroll Chronicle, Friday June 18, 1920

Joshua Albaugh
          After being in ill health since January, Joshua Albaugh, aged resident of Dellroy died Tuesday afternoon of paralysis.  Funeral services, conducted by Rev. S.R. Marti , were held in the M.P. church at Dellroy, Thursday at 12:30 p.m.  Burial was made at Leavittsville.
          Deceased was born August 16, 1831, near Kilgore.  When about five years old his father died and the home was broken up.  A relative, Jacob Everhart of Petersburgh, gave him a home.    When he reached manhood he was employed on the farm of Israel J. Merrick.  In 1864, he married Rebecca Jane Merrick.  To this union were born nine children: Lafayette Albaugh, Sara J. Pearch, Rosella Shotwell, Ida B. Thomas, all of whom are living; five sons having preceded him in death.  His first wife died in 1901.  On May 3, 1902, he married Mrs. Charlotta Rainsberger of Dellroy, who was a good and faithful wife in her care for him in his declining years.
          He joined the M.P. church under the pastorate of Rev. Lafayette Bowman and has lived an upright and honest life in the church and community.  He was the oldest man in the vicinity  of Dellroy and is one of the last of those who saw the growth of Carroll county from a pioneer county to the present.  (6/15/1920)

Free Press Standard,  November 11, 1920

Mrs. Sarah Jane Albaugh died Thursday morning of last week in the family home in Loudon tp.  Funeral services were conducted by Rev. C. Herristein of the Lutheran church, in the home Sunday morning, and burial was made at Kilgore.  Her maiden name was Crumwine, and she was born August 31, 1845.  When  22 years old she was married to Anthony Albaugh who survives with the following children:  Elwood, Dennison; Milton, in the home; Sibbella Tope, Jefferson; and Gertrude Albaugh, in the home.  Peter Crumwine, Carrolton, is a brother.  There are 17 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.  (11/4/1920)

Carroll Chronicle, December 1920

Mrs. Margaret Albaugh, relict of the late Peter Albaugh, died Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ona Burrier in Harrison county, near Scio.  She was born in Jefferson co., but lived most of her life in Loudon township, Carroll county.  In addition to her daughter named, she is survived by a sister, Mrs. Bell Clark.

Carroll Chronicle, Friday January 7, 1921

Mrs. Margaret Albaugh died at her home near Scio, Sunday, Dec. 19 after a few days sickness with pneumonia.  The funeral was held Tuesday, December 21, Rev. Whitehair officiating, and interment was made in Kilgore cemetery.
          Mrs. Albaugh is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Ione Burrier four grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Huston of Columbus Jct., Iowa, and Miss Isabel Clark of Kilgore.   (12/19/1920)

Carroll Chronicle, Friday November 11, 1921

Mrs. Robert N. Albaugh died at her home near Kilgore at 8 p.m. on Tuesday.  Funeral services will be held today (Friday).
                The maiden name of the deceased was Bell Abel.  She was born in Loudon tp. in August 1868.  Surviving are the husband; a daughter, Mrs. Pearl Scott, Mrs. Joe Burrier and Mrs. Verne Campbell; a half-sister, Mrs. Amanda Trueby.  (11/8/1921)

Carroll Chronicle, Friday August 13, 1926

Killed in Auto Overturn 
       Clarence Albaugh, 18 year old son of Silas (Cyrus) Albaugh, living three miles south of Kilgore, was killed Tuesday morning near Dutch Corner school house when his auto turned over on him.  The young man was on his way to a neighbor’s house to help with the threshing when the accident occurred.  He was found an hour or so after the accident.
       The body was taken to Toledo, where burial was made Thursday (yesterday), he having been born in that city.
       His parents survive.

Carroll Chronicle, Friday November 12, 1926

James Albaugh, one of Carroll county civil war veterans , and the last one in Loudon tp., passed away suddenly at the home of his daughter in Jewett, Thursday last.  Burial was made at Kilgore, Saturday, the services being conducted by Rev. Messrs, Stewart of Jewett and Elliott of Amsterdam.

       Mr. Albaugh served in Co. K, 43d O.V.I. during the civil war.  He was in his 90th year, and was the father of seven children.  His wife and two sons, Nelson and Burton preceded him in death.  He is survived by four sons, William of Florida,    (the rest is missing)   (11/11/1926)

Carroll Chronicle, Friday December 20, 1929

Clayton D. Albaugh, son of T.C. and Georgia Albaugh, died at the Little Flower Hospital in Canton on Dec. 15, after an unsuccessful operation for appendicitis.  He was 9 years and 9 months old.
       He leaves to mourn his death his parents and the following brothers and sister: Walter of Salem, Robert of Freeport, Jessie of Carrollton. Wayne of Scio, Howard, Donald Dean, Bert and Myrtle at home, near Kilgore.
       Funeral services were conducted in the home by the Rev. C.H. Edgar, pastor of the Kilgore M.E. church, with interment in the Kilgore cemetery, Tuesday, Dec. 17.  (12/15/1929)

Carroll Chronicle, Friday January 10, 1930

Adam Karns, 73, died Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at his home in Loudon tp.  Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the M.E. church at Kilgore, and were conducted by Rev. Edgar.  Burial at Kilgore.

        He lived all his life in that community.  Surviving are the wife, whose maiden name was Emma Phillips; two daughters, Mrs. Francis Kohler and Mrs. E.M. Myers of Kilgore; two sons, R.R. Karns of Carrollton and Charles Karns of Cuyahoga Falls; a brother, Henry Karns of Carrollton; a sister, Mrs. William Slates of Canton, and nine grandchildren.     (1/7/1930)   

NOTE *** (Emma Phillips mother was Malinda Catherine Albaugh b. 7/9/1820  d. 8/30/1887, married David Phillips 11/19/1840)                

 Carroll Chronicle, Friday January 10, 1930

Mrs. Amanda Albaugh died Thursday at the home of her son, Floyd Albaugh (s.b. Hosterman) in Mineral Ridge.  Burial will be made at Kilgore, Friday, at 10:30, from the M.E. Church.
             She was 87 years old, widow of Eli Albaugh, and a life-long member of the M.E. Church.  Her maiden name was Philpot.  She was a former resident of Kilgore.
             Surviving are two sons, Floyd with whom she made her home, and David Hosterman of Jewett; two daughters, Mrs. Bertha Kohler of Kilgore, and several grandchildren.  (1/9/1930)

Carroll Chronicle, Friday December 25, 1931

Solomon Albaugh, 82, died Friday December 18, in his home in Scio from paralysis.  He was a life-long resident of Scio and vicinity.  He is survived by his wife; two brothers William and Robert, living on farms nearby, and one sister, Mrs. Caroline Kirby, of Perrysville.  Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon in the home by Rev. J.F. Ellis pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church.  Interment was made in the Kilgore cemetery. (12/18/1931)

Mrs. Ross Gotschall

    Mrs. Ross Gotschall, Salineville, was buried Sunday at Mechanicstown.  Her maiden name was Belle Albaugh.  Her husband proceeded her in death and two sons and one daughter are left to mourn.

Free Press Standard – June 1932

Mrs. Martha Albaugh  -  Mrs. Martha Jane Albaugh, 77, died Monday afternoon, June 13 in the home of her son, Orville Albaugh, three miles west of Kilgore, following two weeks’ illness with pneumonia.  She is survived by five children, Mrs. J.A. Hathaway, Earl Albaugh, Mrs. Staub, all of Pittsburgh, Mrs. Charles Baker, of Worcester Mass., and Orville, at whose home she died; two brothers, Mansfield Leggett and Jason Leggett, of Perrysville, and one sister living in New Philadelphia.  Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon in the United Brethren church at Perrysville with Rev. Foreman officiating.  Interment was made in the New Rumley cemetery, Arbaugh & Son in charge.

Carroll Chronicle, Friday June 17, 1932

Mrs. Martha Jane Albaugh died in Monday at the home of her son, Thomas L. Albaugh, between Kilgore and Perrysville, Wednesday afternoon, funeral service being conducted by Rev. Foreman of New Rumley.

        The maiden name of the deceased was Leggett, and she was born in that community, Aug. 5, 1854.  Her husband Thomas L. Albaugh, died 20 years ago.  Surviving are two sons, Orville, with whom she made her home and Earl of Pittsburgh; three daughters, Mrs. J.A. Hathaway and Mrs. Staub of Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Charles Boles of Worcester, Mass.; two brothers, Mansfield and Jason Leggett of Perry; a sister, residing in New Philadelphia; and a number of grandchildren and great grandchildren.  She was a member of the United Presbyterian church.

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Zachariah Albaugh
Zachariah Albaugh, 83, of Tyler Texas, died in his home there on October 23 last, according to information recently received here.  Besides his wife, a son, Dr. Fred B. Albaugh survives.  The Albaugh family formerly resided in Loudon tp.

Free Press Standard, Thursday January 26, 1933

Ezra E. Albaugh, 66, died Thursday, January 19, in his home at New Cumberland.  Beside his wife, he is survived by three sons, Frank of Newport, Walter of Bolivar, and Thurlow of New Philadelphia; one daughter, Mrs. Grace Shane, of Dover; two brothers, Marion of Canton, and Seigel of Bowdil, and six grandchildren.  Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the home with Rev. Ayers in charge.  Burial was made in New Cumberland cemetery.   (1/19/1933)

Free Press Standard, Thursday May 18, 1933

William Albaugh, 77 of Loudon tp. died in his home Monday night, May 8.  Besides his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Albaugh, he is survived by four sons, W.J., of Kilgore, Johnson, Paul and Brady, of the home; four daughters, Mrs. V.B. Westbrook, of Kirkland, Mrs. Harry Gould, of Carrollton, Hazel and Conalee of the home; one brother, Robert of Kilgore; one sister, Mrs. Caroline Kirby, of Perrysville, and seven grandchildren.  Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon in the home with Rev. C. H. Edgar, of Harlem Springs, in charge.  Burial was made in Kilgore cemetery.     (5/8/1933)

Free Press Standard, Thursday July 27, 1933

Mine Accident Fatal – Jesse R. Albaugh, 32, son of Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Albaugh of Kilgore, was killed in an accident at Wolf Run Coal mine Monday night at 9 o’clock.  Albaugh was operating a hoist motor in the mine when he came into contact with a short-circuited wire carrying a high voltage.  He died immediately.
                Besides his wife, Mrs. Dora Ethel (Gantz) Albaugh, he is survived by one daughter, Frances Maxine, 9, of the home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Albaugh of Kilgore; one sister, Mrs. Myrtle Davis of Petersburg and seven brothers, Walter of Salem, Dean of Freeport, Robert of Lee tp. and Howard, Wayne, Donald and Bert of the home.   (6/24/1933)

Free Press Standard, Thursday September 21, 1933

Mrs. Lafayette Albaugh  -  Mrs. Isadora Albaugh, 68, died Wednesday afternoon, September 20, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W.T. Atherton, near town, after a long illness.  She was born at Malvern on May 15, 1865, the daughter of Levi and Margaret Moore.  On October 11, 1891, she was married to Lafayette Albaugh at Dell Roy and to them was born one son, Ivan L. Albaugh of Cuyahoga Falls.  Mrs. Albaugh was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church.  Besides her husband and son, she is survived by two sisters, Mrs. W.T. Atherton and Mrs. J.M. Maple; three brothers, John L. Levi and Sidney Moore, all of Carrollton, and two grandchildren Carl and Nora Jean Albaugh.
        Funeral serices will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o’clock from the residence of her sister, Mrs. Atherton.  Rev. J.F. Cash will be the officiating minister.  Burial will be made in Grandview cemetery.  (9/20/1933) 

Free Press Standard, Thursday Oct 5, 1933

Homer D. Albaugh, 73, of Malvern died suddenly on Saturday, September 30, after a lingering illness.  He had been a resident of Malvern for eight years, moving there from Piney Fork.  Mr. Albaugh was a member of the Masonic lodge at New Marshville.  Besides his wife, Mrs. Rose Ann Albaugh, he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Charles W. Allard of Richmond, Ind., Mrs. Edward Rommel of Congress Lake and Mrs. Thomas Thomas of Minerva, and one son, H.D. Albaugh of Minerva.  Funeral services were held at the home Tuesday afternoon with Rev. P.P. Wilt in charge.  The Masons conducted a service in the home on Monday evening.  Interment was made in the cemetery at Minerva.  (9/30/1933)

Free Press Standard,  1933

Mrs. Lillian Ruse Albaugh, 71, died Sunday morning October 15, at her home in Carrollton following a brief illness with heart trouble.  She was a daughter of William and Susan Ruse and was born and reared at Kilgore.  She was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church and had resided in Carrollton for years.  Mrs. Albaugh is survived by one son, Willard Albaugh, sales manager of the McCaskey Register Company at Alliance; three daughters, Mrs. Alta Dray of Alliance, and Misses Iona and Nan of the home; one sister, Mrs. Jennie Chase of Kilgore and three grandchildren.  Funeral services were conducted ***day afternoon at the home by Rev. J.F. Cash.  Interment was made in Grandview Cemetery.         (10/15/1933)

Carroll Chronicle, October 4, 1934

William J. Albaugh  -  William Jerome Albaugh, 70, son of James and Mary Albaugh, died Wednesday, September 26, in New York City, following an illness of six months.  He was born in Kilgore, December 12, 1863.  Surviving are one son, Victor of New York and three brothers, James of Harlem Springs, Sylvester of Hopedale, and Cyrus of Toledo.  Funeral services were held in New York on Friday afternoon.  Burial was made in the National cemetery.

Carroll Journal,  March 23, 1939

Dr. Andrew Albaugh, 77, a native of Kilgore, died suddenly in his home in Tarpon Springs, Florida, March 15.  Dr. Albaugh received his medical education at Cincinnati Medical College and began his profession at Kilgore.  Before taking up medicine he was a teacher in Carroll Co. schools.  He was a son of Peter and Mary (Phillips) Albaugh.  Surviving are his widow, Addie; a daughter, Mrs. Iva Secrest, and a son, Eston, at Tarpon Springs; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Slates of Bergholz, Mrs. Anna Smith of Massillon and Mrs. Phoebe Barnett of Tarpon Springs, and a brother, Dr. J.W. Albaugh of Mingo Junction.  Interment was at Tarpon Springs.   (3/15/1939)

Carroll Journal, November 2, 1939

Francis M. Albaugh , 82, a native of Carroll Co., and a former school teacher in this community, died Sunday, October 29, at his home in Canton where he lived for 24 years.  He was a graduate of Mt. Union College.  Mr. and Mrs. Albaugh celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary in March.
                Funeral services were held Tuesday at Canton and burial was made in cemetery at New Cumberland.  (10/29/1939)

Free Press Standard, January 18, 1940

Judith Albaugh, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Albaugh of 2041 3rd St., N.E., Canton, died Monday morning in Aultman Hospital.  Besides the parents the infant is survived by the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Albaugh of Carrollton and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kemp of Massillon.   (1/15/1940)

Free Press Standard, September 12, 1940

Mrs. Rose Albaugh
Services for Mrs. Rose Albaugh, who passed away at St. Vincent’s Hospital , Toledo, O., were held at the Abele Funeral Home Tuesday, August 12th.  Interment was in Toledo.
                Mrs. Albaugh had formerly lived near Amsterdam, O., and was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Messmer.  She was born in Toledo, January 12, 1881.
                She is survived by her husband, Cyrus Albaugh; one sister, Mrs. James Albaugh of Lee Township, Carroll county; two brothers Nick and William Messmer of Toledo; two half sisters, Miss Katherine Kehle of Columbus and Mrs. Raymond Hannon of Toledo; also three half brothers, Anthony, Frank and Joseph Kehle of Toledo.  Bef 8/12/1940)

Free Press Standard, February 27, 1941

Mrs. Jennie Albaugh
    Services for Mrs. Jennie DeEtte Albaugh, 61, who died Monday in her home at Scio from a heart ailment, will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. in the residence, with Rev. H.P. Sanders officiating.  Burial will be in the Scio Cemetery in charge of the Boor parlors.
    Born in Scio, she was a life resident of this vicinity.  Surviving are four daughter, Mrs. Mildred king and Mrs. Nova Schmidt of Canton,  Mrs. Emily Abel of Dennison and Ola of the home; three sons, Ernest of Canton, and Lester and Homer of the home; four grandchildren; two brothers, Richard Henry of Sherrodsville, and Homer Henry of Uhrichsville, and two sisters, Mrs. Charles Tripp and Mrs. John Finnicum, both of Carrollton. (2/24/1941)

Free Press Standard, April 17, 1941

Mrs. H.D. Albaugh of Malvern died Sunday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Iva Allard of Richmond, Ind., where she was confined for the last six months.  She was a resident of Malvern for the last 15 years.
    Surviving are three daughters and a son, Mrs. Frances Rommel of Congress Lake, Mrs. Neil Thomas of Minerva, Mrs. Allard and Homer Albaugh of Minerva.
     Private services were held Tuesday at 5 p.m. in the Deckman parlors in charge of Rev. Walter Knauf.  Burial was at Bethlehem cemetery.     (4/13/1941)

Free Press Standard, July 23, 1942

Miss Lillian Albaugh
   Miss Lillian B. Albaugh, 63, died Friday night in the home of Paul George, near Scroggsfield, where she made her home since becoming ill several months ago.
   She was born in Loudon twp. In Carroll county and had been a life resident of this vicinity.  She was a member of the Methodist church at Kilgore.  Her only immediate survivor is a brother Homer Albaugh of Carrollton.
   Funeral services will be Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Blazer-Graham parlors at Carrollton and burial will be in the Kilgore cemetery.  Rev. R.E. Swinehart will conduct the rites.  Friends may cal at the parlors after 7:30 tonight.     (7/17/1942)

Free Press Standard, January 11, 1946

Mrs. Mary Albaugh
    Mrs. Mary Albaugh, 64, a native of Loudon township died at her home Monday evening.  She was born Feb. 6, 1882.
    Mrs. Albaugh is survived by her husband, Edward Albaugh; two sons, John of the home and Tom of Amsterdam; one daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Warner of Kilgore; one brother, Minor Cattrall of Bowerston; two sisters, Mrs. James Howley, of Canton and Mrs. Bert Reigle of Kilgore.
    Funeral services will be held today at 2 p.m. at the Kilgore Methodist church with Rev. Paul Brodt officiating.  Burial will be in Kilgore, in charge of the Sweeney Funeral Home.  (1/7/1946)

Free Press Standard, March 27, 1947

James A. Albaugh
   James A. Albaugh died at his home near Harlem, Thursday, March 20, following a brief illness.  He was born Aug. 22, 1872, and he spent his entire life in this community.  A painter and paper-hanger by trade he was a member of the Methodist church.
   Survivors include his widow, Tressa and one brother of the home.  Services were held Sunday from the Sweeney funeral home with Rev. Paul Brodt officiating.  Burial was at Kilgore.  (3/20/1947)

Free Press Standard, March 27, 1947

William F. Brandt
William F. Brandt, 62, died Monday at his home near Kilgore.
   He was born in Perry Township, September 8, 1884 and had lived his entire life in this vicinity.  He was a farmer and coal miner and a son of the late Henry and Matilda Hoobler Brandt.
   Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Effa Albaugh Brandt and these children, Vale Brandt, Battle Creek, Michigan; Mrs. Eva Thomas, Canton; Mrs. Dennis Hendricks, at home and Robert Brandt, East Springfield.  Also surviving is a sister, Mrs. Wayne Andrews, Perry township.
   Funeral services were held 2 p.m. Tuesday in charge of Rev. Paul A. Brodt.  Burial was in the Kilgore cemetery, with Sweeney parlors in charge.    (3/24/1947)

Free Press Standard, October 9, 1947

Hazel Belle Albaugh
   Miss Hazel Belle Albaugh, 55, of Loudon Township, died Sunday at the home after an illness of eight months.  She was the daughter of William and Elizabeth Miller Albaugh, and a life member of the Kilgore Presbyterian church.
   Surviving are the following brothers and sisters: Grace Wesrbrook of Willoughby; Mrs. Mary Gould of Cambridge; William J. Albaugh of Kilgore; Paul Albaugh of Cadiz; and Johnson, Brady, and Conalee of the home.
    Services were held Wednesday from the Sweeney Funeral Home with Rev. Paul Brodt officiating.  Burial was made in Kilgore cemetery.    (10/5/1946)

 Free Press Standard, January 29, 1948

Mrs. Homer Albaugh
    Mrs. Gertrude Albaugh, of Carrollton, died Monday at the Kinley Convalescent Home in Canton after an illness of about two months.  She was a member of the Campbell Rebekah Lodge No. 783 of Carrollton, and the Grand Rebekahs, and Royal Neighbors.  Mrs. Albaugh was a correspondent for the Canton Repository for fifteen years.
   Surviving are her husband; five sons, Kennon of Richwood, W. Va.; Myron and Lelan of Canton; Wayne of Massillon and Brice of Carrollton.  Three sisters, Mrs. Pearl Fultz of Canton; Mrs. Laura Palmer and Mrs. Lotta Emmons of Columbus, and one brother, Charles Tomlinson, of Canton.
   The Rebekahs held services Wednesday evening.  Funeral services will be held today (Thursday) at 2:30 from the Sweeney Funeral Home with Rev. Murray Figg officiating.  Burial will be in Westview cemetery.  (1/26/1948)

Free Press Standard, April 1, 1948

Mrs. Adda Albaugh
   Mrs. Adda Roof Albaugh, wife of the late Dr. A.P. Albaugh died in her home at Tarpon Springs, Fla., March 23.
   Mrs. Albaugh was born in Rose Township and resided in Kilgore until 1897 when she moved to Florida.
   Funeral services were conducted from the home last Thursday.  (3/23/1948)

Free Press Standard, July 28, 1949

Thomas Earl Albaugh
    Thomas Earl Albaugh passed away at his home in Perry Township, July 26, at the age of 63.
    Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Dean Smith of Wyndotte, Mich., two grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Elsie Boles of the home and Mrs. Ida Staub of Decature, Georgia, and one brother, Orville Albaugh of Perry Township.
    Funeral services will be held in the home today (Thursday) at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Samuel Huffman officiating.  Burial will be in the United Brethren cemetery.  The Arbaugh Funeral Home will be in charge of arrangements.  (7/26/1949)

Free Press Standard, February 2, 1950

Edward Albaugh
Edward Albaugh, 77, a retired farmer, died Sunday morning in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jess Warner of Kilgore, after an extended illness.  He was a native of Loudon Township, Carroll County, and lived the past four years with his daughter.
    He is survived by his daughter, two sons, Thomas Albaugh of Amsterdam and John Albaugh of Kilgore; one brother, George Albaugh of Amsterdam; five grandchildren and three great grand-children.
    Funeral services were held Wednesday, February 1, at 2 p.m. at the Sweeney Funeral Home in Carrollton with Rev. S.H. Pollock officiating.  Burial was in Kilgore cemetery.  (1/19/1950)

Free Press Standard, May 28, 1953

Theresa Albaugh
    Theresa Albaugh, 68, died on Tuesday, May 26, in the Carroll County Hospital, where she had been a patient for the past two years,
    Services will be conducted from the Sweeney Funeral Home in Amsterdam, Thursday afternoon with Rev. S.H. Pollock officiating.  Burial will be in the Kilgore Cemetery.  (5/26/1953)

Free Press Standard, March 25, 1954

Thomas B. Albaugh
    Thomas Berton (Bert) Albaugh, 37, Route 2, Scio, died unexpectedly at Aultman Hospital, Canton, on Monday, March 22.
    Born February 6, 1917, in Loudon Township, he was the son of Thomas Calvin Albaugh and the late Georgia Beatty Albaugh.  He had lived his entire life on the same farm and was a graduate of Carrollton High School.
    Survivors include his father, one sister, Mrs. Myrtle Davis of Carrollton; six brothers, Robert and Wayne of Scio, Donald of Perrysville, Walter of Salem, Dean of Los Angeles, California and Howard of the home.  Two brothers, Jesse and Clayton, and one sister, Ethel, are deceased.
    Funeral services were conducted from the Allmon Funeral Home with Rev. S.H. Pollock officiating.  Burial was in the Kilgore Cemetery.    (3/22/1954)

Free Press Standard, June 3, 1954

Mrs. Samuel B. Albaugh
    Services for Mrs. Shirley Mae Albaugh of RD 1, Scio, were on Sunday at the Boor parlors.  Rev. Florence Henry officiated.  Burial was in Grandview Cemetery in Scio.
    Mrs. Albaugh died in Evans Rest Home Friday afternoon, May 28, after an illness of five years.  She was born in Stock Township in Harrison County and was a life resident of the county.
    Surviving are her husband, Samuel B. Albaugh; three sons, Charles F. of Leesville, Clyde W. of Canton and James of Conotton; a daughter, Mrs. Lena Mansfield of Scio, and five grand-children.  ( 5/28/1954)

Free Press Standard, October 7, 1954

Thomas C. Albaugh
    Thomas Calvin Albaugh, 84, a native of Carroll County, died Tuesday morning in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Roy Davis of 562 5th St. NW., Carrollton, with whom he made his home.  Mr. Albaugh, who formerly resided at RD 3, Carrollton, had been ill 10 weeks.
    A retired farmer, he served as a Loudon Township trustee several years.
   Surviving are his daughter; six sons, Robert and Wayne of Scio, Walter of Salem, Howard of RD 3, Carrollton, Dean of Los Angeles, Calif., and Donald of Perrysville; 18 grand-children, and seven great grand-children.
    Services will be conducted Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Allmon Funeral home here by Rev. S.H. Pollock and interment will be in Kilgore cemetery.  (10/5/1954)

Free Press Standard, November 24, 1955

Mrs. William Albaugh
    Mrs. Elizabeth (Miller) Albaugh, 92, died Tuesday morning at her home near Kilgore.  She was a native of Harrison county, living in Loudon Township, Carroll County, for the past 65 years.
    Mrs. Albaugh was a member of Germano Reformed Church. 
    Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Grace Westbrook of Willoughby and Miss Conalee Albaugh of the home; four sons, William, Brady and Johnson, all of Kilgore and Paul of Carrollton; eight grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren.
    Funeral services will be held Friday at 1 p.m. from the Sweeney Funeral Home with Rev. S.H. Pollock officiating.
    Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday afternoon and evening.  (11/22/1955)

 Free Press Standard, May 24, 1956

George Albaugh    
    George Albaugh, 81, of RD, Amsterdam, died Sunday in his home.  He had been in failing health the past year and seriously ill six weeks.   (missing) have served their country.  The reared on the farm where he died.  He was the last of the Adam and Elizabeth Burrier Albaugh family.  His birth date was Feb. 28, 1875.  He was a member of the Methodist Church.
    He leaves his widow, Mrs. Gertrude Albaugh; a daughter, Alice at home, one son Howard; two grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
    Services were at the Sweeney Funeral Home, Amsterdam, Wednesday with the Rev. S.H. Pollock officiating.  Burial was in Kilgore cemetery.  (5/20/1956)

Free Press Standard, June 28, 1956

Mrs. Isaac G. Albaugh
Mrs. Hannah Eggan Albaugh, 86, of Rt, 1, Sherrodsville, died Friday at the home of a son , Emmett, after a long illness.
    Born at Roxford, she had resided near Sherrodsville seven years.  She was a member of Roxford Methodist Church 72 years and was a charter member of Prosperity Grange.  Her husband, Isaac Gilmore, died in 1932.
    Also surviving are a sister, Mrs. Henry McClain of New Philadelphia; a brother, Charles Eggan of Uhrichsville; two grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.
    Services were Monday at the church.  Burial was in Roxford Cemetery.  (6/22/1956)

Free Press Standard, March 20, 1958

Harry L. Albaugh
Harry Luther Albaugh, 68, of Dennison, a native of Carrollton, died at the Twin City Nursing Home Friday of complications following an illness for the past two years.
    He was born here Feb. 27, 1890, a son of Elwood W. and Sarah Jane Clutz Albaugh, and spent most of his life in the Dennison vicinity.  A retired sewerpipe employee, Mr. Albaugh was a veteran of World War I and a member of the American Legion and Methodist Church.
    Surviving are four sisters, Mrs. Charles A. Conoway of Canton, Mrs. James Caldwell, Mrs. Vic West and Mrs. Clarence Marty, all of Dennison, and a brother, Dewey Albaugh of Uhrichsville. 
    Services were Monday in Dennison with burial in the veterans plot at Union cemetery there. (3/1958)

Free Press Standard, August 14, 1958

Bryce Albaugh
    Bryce Albaugh, 51, of Carrollton, died Friday at the Carroll County Hospital after an illness of 10 years.  He had been a patient there six years.
    He was born Oct. 15, 1906, in Carroll County, the son of the late Homer G. and Alice Bricker Albaugh.
    Mr. Albaugh was a former employee of the Limgoe China Co. in Sebring.  He was a member of Carrollton Methodist Church.
    Surviving are four brothers, Wayne of Massillon, Myron and Leland of Canton and Kennon of Glenville, W. Va.
    Services were Monday at the Sweeney Funeral Home here with the Rev. H.A. Sedlacek officiating.  Burial was in Westview Cemetery.     (8/8/1958)

Carroll Journal, April 9, 1959

Mrs. J. Orville Albaugh
    Mrs. Gertrude Hazel Albaugh, 63, wife of J. Orville Albaugh of route 2, Scio, died April 6 at her home in Perry tp. after an illness of seven months.
    She was born Feb. 11, 1896 in Loudon tp., a daughter of the late Nelson O. and Sarah (Albaugh) Reed and was a life resident of Carroll co..  Mrs. Albaugh was a member of Carrollton Methodist church.
    Surviving are her husband, to whom she was married Oct. 16, 1915; a daughter, Mrs. George E. Rankin and a brother, Fred Reed of Carrollton and two grandchildren.
    Services will be held Thursday at 1:30 p.m. in the Allmon funeral home with Rev. H.A. Sedlacek officiating.  Burial will be in Kilgore cemetery.   (4/6/1959)

Free Press Standard, February 27, 1964

Howard Albaugh
Howard L. Albaugh, 65, a native of Carroll County who had resided in Canton since 1928, died Sunday at his residence of complications.
    He was a retired employee of Canton Hardware Co,  Surviving are his widow, Lenora M. Albaugh; two sons; his mother, Mrs. Gertrude Albaugh, and a sister, Mrs. Alice Foit, both of Germano; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
    Services were Wednesday in Canton with burial in Kilgore Cemetery.  (2/23/1964)

Free Press Standard, August 6, 1964

Mrs. Erma Albaugh
    Mrs. Erma Albaugh, 70, a Cuyahoga Falls resident 37 years, died Saturday at her home after a short illness.
    She was born in Sherrodsville and was a school teacher at Carrollton and Harlem Springs before moving to Cuyahoga Falls.
    Mrs. Albaugh belonged to St. Luke’s Lutheran Church and was active in church activities, including the organization of the Senior Citizens Day Center, which she and Mr. Albaugh directed for over five years.
    Surviving are her husband Ivan L. Albaugh; a daughter, Mrs. Nora J. Riese of Northampton; a son, Carl of Cuyahoga Falls, a former editor of the Free Press Standard; three sisters, Mrs. Helen McLandsborough and Mrs. Jack Snively, both of Carrollton, and Mrs. Edith Roudebush of Cleveland, and four grandchildren.
    Services were Monday at St. Luke’s Church with Rev. Nevin B. Stover and G.C. Wagner officiating.  Burial was in Crown Hill Cemetery.   (8/1/1964)

Free Press Standard, September 17, 1964

Miss Iona Albaugh   
    Miss Iona Albaugh, 74, of 252 4th St. NE, Carrollton, died Wednesday, Sept. 9, at Timken Mercy Hospital, where she had been admitted Sept. 5 with a heart ailment.
    She was born March 3, 1890, at Kilgore and was a lifelong resident of Carroll County.  Her late parents were David and Lillian Ruse Albaugh.
    Miss Albaugh was a graduate of Carrollton High School and Oberlin Business College.  She had retired in 1960 as secretary of the Division of Aid for Aged in Carrollton.  For several years she had served as court stenographer of Carroll County Common Pleas Court.  Miss Albaugh was a member of First Methodist Church and past matron of the O.E.S.
    She is survived by a sister, Miss Nan Albaugh, of the home and two nieces and one nephew.  A sister and brother preceded her in death.
    Services were Saturday at the Allmon Funeral Home here with Rev. C.E. Achberger officiating.  Burial was in Grandview cemetery.      (9/9/1964)

Free Press Standard, September 8, 1966

Mrs. Emmet Albaugh
    Services were held Tuesday in the Baxter Funeral Home in Sherrodsville for Mrs. Bertha I. Albaugh, 75, Rt. 1, Sherrodsville, who died Saturday.
    She died at the late residence where she was born, Sept. 6, 1890, a daughter of the late Alcon and Lettie Roby Belknap.
    On Oct. 18, 1917, she was married to Emmet Albaugh, who survives.  Also surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Vance (Donna) Hurless, Rt. 1, Sherrodsville; a brother, Emmett E. Belknap of Bolivar and a sister Mrs. Mae Price of Canton.
    Mrs. Albaugh was a member of Roxford Methodist Church and Sherrodsville Grange.  Rev. Albert J. Johnson conducted services and burial was in Roxford cemetery.   (9/3/1966)

Free Press Standard, September 14, 1967

Mrs. George Albaugh
Mrs. Gertrude H. Albaugh, 84, of Germano died Thursday in Aultman Hospital.  She was the widow of George Albaugh who died in 1956.
    Born in Loudon Twp. Aug. 24, 1883, she was the daughter of the late Anthony and Sarah Jane Crumwine Albaugh.  A member of Kilgore Methodist Church, Mrs. Albaugh had resided in Germano community all her life.
    Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Clarence (Alice) Foit of Germano, with whom she made her home, and Mrs. Lenora Albaugh of Canton; two grandchildren; four great grandchildren and one great-great- grandchild.  A son, Howard, died in 1964.
    Services were held at the Sweeney Funeral Home in Amsterdam with Rev. Eugene Pugh officiating.  Burial was in Kilgore cemetery.   (9/7/1967)

Free Press Standard, September 12, 1968

Walter S. Albaugh
    Walter Scott Albaugh, 65, of Salem, a native of Carroll County, died Friday in Salem City Hospital following surgery.
    Born in Kilgore, Loudon Twp., he was a son of Thomas C. and Georgia Beatty Albaugh.  He was a retired employee of the Mullins Mfg. Plant in Salem.
    Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Grace Hardesty  Albaugh; two daughters, Mrs. Robert Beck of Omaha, Nebraska, and Mrs. Roberta Muhliman of Salem; seven grandchildren; one great-grandchild; five brothers, Robert of Rt. 1, Scio, Wayne of Rt. 2, Scio, Dean of the Kwajalien Islands, and Howard and Donald both of Carrollton, and one sister, Mrs. Myrtle G. Davis of Rt. 4, Carrollton.
    Services were Monday in Salem with burial in the cemetery there.    (9/6/1968)

Free Press Standard, November 27, 1969

Beatty Albaugh
Beatty A. Albaugh, 94, of Rt. 1, Scio, died last Thursday in Timken Mercy Hospital.  Born in Harrison County, he had lived in the Scio area most of his life.
    His wife, Mrs. Hope Adell Summerville Albaugh died in 1957.  Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Floyd (Bernice) Cole, Mrs. Irene Ralston and Mrs. Ivan (Mildred) Stahl, and two sons, Arthur S. and Dean E., all of the Scio area; 10 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
   Services were Sunday in Scio with burial in Grandview.  (11/20/1969)

Free Press Standard, Thursday, April 16, 1970

Area Crash Injuries Fatal to Scio Man
    Randall K. Albaugh, 24, of Scio died at 7 p.m. Saturday in Canton Timken Mercy Hospital of injuries suffered in a two-car collision on St. Rt. 9, 4.1 miles north of Carrollton, at 11:54 p.m. Friday.
    Stark County Coroner G.S. Shaheen ruled death was due to skull fractures.   This was Carroll County’s fourth traffic fatality this year.
    State Highway patrolmen report Mr. Albaugh was traveling south at an apparent high rate of speed.  He lost control of his car, which went left of center and collided nearly headon with a a northbound auto driven by Rev. Hayes Deitz, 48, of Rt. 1 Carrollton.
    Rev. Deitz was treated at Timken Mercy Hospital and released.  The accident occurred just one tenth of a mile north of the St. Rt. 171 intersection, north of the Carroll County Home.
    Born Sept. 3, 1945, in Steubenville, Mr. Albaugh was a son of Kenneth and Wilma Kakascik Albaugh of Scio.  He was a 1963 graduate of Scio High School.
    A Vietnam conflict veteran, Mr. Albaugh served with the U.S. Army three years.  He was employed by General Telephone Co. in New Philadelphia.
    In additon to his parents, he is survived by a daughter, Lisa Deene Albaugh of Scio; a brother, Thomas, serving with U.S. Air Force in Okinawa; his maternal grandparents, Ambrose and Lydia Kate of Alliance, and his paternal grandparents, Robert and Mabel Albaugh of Scio.
    Services were Wednesday in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church at Jewett, with burial in Grandview cemetery, Scio.  The Purviance Funeral Home of Scio was in charge of arrangements.

Free Press Standard, December 3, 1970

Robert E. Albaugh
 Robert E. Albaugh. 71, of Scio, a retired pottery mechanic and owner of several outstanding harness race horses, died Friday in his home of am apparent heart attack following a long illness.
    Mr. Albaugh was born July 25, 1899, in Carroll County.
    Surviving are his widow, Mabel; three sons, Kenneth of Scio, Leroy of Cadiz and Glenn of Jewett; four daughters, Mrs. Harold (Freda) Lawthers of Scio, Mrs. Byron (Irma Jane) Thompson of Jewett, Mrs. Joe (Betty) Mahoney of Canton and Mrs. Don (Marianne) Crowl of Sacramento, Calif.; four brothers, Donald of Carrollton, Wayne of Scio, Dean of Wheeling, W. Va., and Howard of Sand Springs, Okla; one sister, Mrs. Roy (Myrtle) Davis of Rt. 4, Carrollton; 14 grandchildren and one great grandchild.
    Services were Monday at the Purviance Funeral Home in Scio with Rev. Scott George officiating.  Burial was in Kilgore cemetery.  (11/28/1970)

Free Press Standard, April 1, 1971

Donald Albaugh
Donald L. Albaugh, 64, of 571 Garfield Ave., NW, Carrollton, died unexpectedly Monday morning while he and two other employees of the state highway department were taking down snow fence along St. Rt. 9, north of here.
    A lifetime resident of this area, Mr. Albaugh was born Oct. 8, 1906, in Loudon Twp., a son of the late Thomas and Gertrude (Beaddy) Albaugh.  He was employed as a truck driver for the state highway department garage here for the past 25 years. 
    Mr. Albaugh was a member of Carrollton Church of Christ (Christian) and the Loyal Men’s Bible Class.  He was married Oct. 4, 1934, to the former Lavada Hendrix, who survives.
    Other survivors include a son, Art Albaugh of 231 2nd St. SE, Carrollton; a daughter, Mrs. Al (Doris Ann) Logan of Rt. 1, Bowerston; three brothers, Howard of Rt. 1, Silver Springs, Okla., Wayne of Rt. 2, Scio and Dean of Wheeling, W. Va.; a sister, Mrs. Roy (myrtle) Davis of Rt. 4, Carrollton, and three grandchildren.  Five brothers and a sister are deceased.
    Services are at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Allmon Funeral Home here with Rev. John W. Lyons officiating.  Burial will be in Perrysville cemetery.  (3/29/1971)

Free Press Standard, November 23, 1972

Kennon Albaugh
Kennon D. Albaugh, 67, of Glenville, W. Va., and native of Carrollton, died Friday in a Clarksburg hospital.
    A retired mine superintendent, Mr. Albaugh was a son of the late Homer G. and Alice (Bricker) Albaugh, also former Carrollton residents.
    He is survived by his wife, Marie; two sons, a daughter, two brothers and six grandchildren.  Services and burial were held Monday in Glenville.  (11/17/1972)

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John B. Albaugh
John B. Albaugh, age 97, of Canton, passed away Saturday morning, January 2, 1999 in Nist Health Care Center.  Born in New Cumberland, OH, October 30, 1901 to his parents, the late Lincoln and Sarah (Baughman) Albaugh, he lived most of his life in the Canton area and was a retired press operator for the Timkin Co., retiring after 46½ years of service.  Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Henretta (Margaret) Albaugh; three daughters, Myrtle Arlene Westover, Doris Efinger and Helen Tschantz; sister Myrtle Neel; and grandson Michael Albaugh.  Survivors include two sons and daughter-in-law, Donald and Shirley Albaugh, Ronald and Judy Albaugh, all of Canton; 12 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; two nieces; one nephew.  Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 11 a.m. in the Reed Funeral Home with Rev. Anita Rayburn officiating.  Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery.  Calling hours at the funeral home Tuesday 6-8 p.m.          (Reed, 477-6721)         (1/2/1999)

The Repository, Canton, OH,  February 16, 2002

Nora M. Albaugh
Nora M. Albaugh, age 79, of Canton, passed away Thursday, February 14, 2002 at the residence.  Born in Dennison, OH, January 6, 1923, she spent most of her life in Canton.  A former employee of Kobacker Department Store and Embro Manufacturing retiring in 1987.  A member of Lousiville Baptist Temple, the Adult Bible Class, the Sunshine Seniors, and the Bible Study Class.  Preceded in death by her husband, Charles F. Albaugh in 1979; a granddaughter, Debbie Huntsman; two sisters and a brother.   Survived by a daughter, Sheran Kennedy of Canton; four grandchildren, Carl, Patterson Jr., Lisa Mayle, Tracey Pumneo and Dennis Patterson; 11 great-grandchildren; also several nieces and nephews.  Funeral services will be held Monday 11 a.m. at the Welch-Sekeres-Lewis Funeral Home, Rev. Michael harmon will officiate.  Burial in Union Cemetery in Louisville.  Calling hours will be Sunday 2-4 p.m. at the funeral home.

(Welch-Sekeres-Lewis   330-452-4041)       (2/14/2002)

 Ann Albaugh
Ann Albaugh, age 88, of North Canton died Friday in Canton Regency.  She worked at Automatic Steel for 28 years and loved to garden.  She was a member of the Widow’s Group at the 11th Street Church of God.  Survived by four grandchildren, ten great-grandsons, one great –granddaughter; daughter-in-law, Pauline Albaugh of Waterville, OH; sisters, Lucille Kelly of Sebring, OH, and Betty and George Popa of Alliance; numerous nieces and nephews.  Preceded in death by husband, Leland Albaugh, step-son Richard Albaugh, one sister, and one infant brother.  Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 1:00 p.m. in Karlo & Sons Funeral Home with Rev. Randy Shafer officiating.  Burial will be in Sunset Hills Burial Park.  Friends may call at the funeral home Monday from 12-1:00 pm.  In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Widow’s Group. 11th St. Church of God, 3026 11th St. SW, Canton, OH 44710.   (Karlo & Sons, 330-499-6207)   (no date given) 

The Repository, Canton, OH, Tuesday, February 5, 2002

Albaugh, James H. 65, of Massillon; calling hours 6 – 8 p.m. Wednesday at Paquelet; service 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Barbara’s Catholic Church.

James H. Albaugh, a Massillon Elementary teacher passed away early Sunday morning at Aultman Hospital.  Jim was born February 15, 1936 in Massillon to the late Wayne Z. & Ella (St. Clair) Albaugh and has been a life resident.  He graduated from Washington High School in 1954 where he was a band member.  In elementary school, he was the Massillon City Spelling Bee champion through his 9th grade year.  In 1958 he graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education from Kent State University and returned to teach 5th grade at Emerson Elementary School for 33 years.  He was proud to again be part of the City Spelling Bee Program as a spelling bee judge and a pronouncer.  Jim worked with Stark County Family Courts and the Massillon Courts as advocate for the Domestic Violence Program.  He was a founding participant in the Ulster Program to bring “Irish kids” to Massillon each summer, as a means of demonstrating harmony.  He was an active member of St. Barbara’s Church, the Massillon Education Association, the Ohio Education Association and was recognized as Martha Holden Jennings Scholar.  He is survived by his wife, Theresa “Tess” (Fries) Albaugh with whom he shared 36 years of marriage June 12; daughters, Michelle Murray of Akron, Christina Fetters of Navarre; sister, Mary Louise Albaugh of Massillon; brother, Wayne H. (Rita) Albaugh of Canton; grandchildren, Brandon James Albaugh and Brittany Michelle Albaugh and many nieces and nephews.  Funeral services will be held Thursday at 10 a.m. at St. Barbara’s Catholic Church with Fr. Thomas Cebula officiating.  Friends may call Wednesday from 6 – 8 p.m. at the Paquelet Funeral Home in Massillon.  Interment will follow in Sunset Hills Memory Gardens.  The family would appreciate memorials in his name to St. Barbara’s School Memorial Fund.

Paquelet-Massillon,  A Golden Rile Funeral   330-833-3222              (2/3/2002)