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Richardson, Alice Thompson Richardson

Richardson Rites Friday
The funeral for Mrs. Smith W. (Alice) RICHARDSON, former Stillwater resident more recently of Colorado Springs, Colo., will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the First Presbyterian chruch, Stillwater, with Dr. James STRUTHERS officiating.
Interment will be in Fairlaw Cemetery.
The former Alice THOMPSON, she was born Aug. 22 1901, in West Virginia, the daughter of Elmer and Eva (FAIR) THOMPSON.
She and Smith W. RICHARDSON were married on Sept. 2, 1923 in Okmulgee.
They had homes in Okmulgee, Pond Creek and Enid before they came to Stillwater in 1941 where he was with Oklahoma Gas and Electric.
Mrs. RICHARDSON was active in the First Presbyterian Church and served as a deaconess and elder as well as holding offices in the United Presbyterian Women's Association.
After the death of her husband, August 7, 1966, she was a house director for Pi Beta Phi sorority on the OSU campus and later held a similar position for Alpha Delta Pi sorority.
She was a member of the Pot Pourri Book Club, the 20th Century Club and the Second Mile Sewing Club.
Mrs. RICHARDSON is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Suzanne WHITE of Colorado Springs and a son, Smith RICHARDSON Jr. of Cairo, Egypt.
Also surviving are seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Stillwater Newspress Thursday, June 26, 1986

Richardson, Almer Richardson

Richardson, Almer
1872 age 2 s/o Jos. & S. Sardis

(Monroe County, Ohio Deaths 1871-1873)

Richardson, Ann Tracy

Mrs. Ann TRACY RICHARDSON, formerly a resident of this city, passed away at the home of her son, Dr. J.H. RICHARDSON, Chicago, ILL, Monday, December 9, 1918, at 7 o'clock a.m. at the advanced age of 84 years. The deceased was the wife of the late Reuben RICHARDSON and before her removal to Chicago was a resident of East Wheeling. Surviving are three sons and two daughters; Dr. J.H. RICHARDSON and Miss Ella RICHARDSON of Chicago; William and Harry RICHARDSON of Mishawaka, Indiana and Mrs. H.C. CONNELLY of Pittsburgh, PA.
The remains are expected to arrive today at 1:30 o'clock p.m. and will be taken to the Bertschy parlor, 104 Sixteenth street, where services will take place at 4 p.m. Friends of the family are invited to attend. Interment will be made in the Peninsula cemetery. Wheeling Register.
John W. TRACY, a popular attache of the Hotel Wells, is a nephew of Mrs. Anna TRACY RICHARDSON.

Sistersville Daily Review Thursday, December 12, 1918 p. 6

Richardson, Andrew Dieter

Andrew D. RICHARDSON, age 90, of Columbus, December 27, 1995. Member of Westgate F&AM and Scottish Rite (Dayton 23rd). Survived by wife Mildred; nieces and nephews. Family will receive friends Thursday 3-6 p.m. at GRAUMLICH & SON FUNERAL HOME, 1351 S. High St., where service will be held Friday at 11 a.m. Rev. Lovell May officiating. Entombment Green Lawn Mausoleum.

Columbus Dispatch, Thursday, Dec. 28, 1995

Richardson, Annie Ross Richardson

Cadiz-Annie "Nan" Richardson, 77, of Cadiz formerly of the Pottery Addition, Steubenville, died at 11 a.m., Wednesday Jan. 4, 1995, in Ohio Valley Hospital, Steuvenville. She was a retired nurse's aide at Ohio Valley Hospital.

Born in Kulsyth, Scotland, June 11, 1917, she was preceded in death by her parents, Robert and Annie Wallace Ross. She also was preceded in death by her husband, Stewart E. Richardson, who died April 3, 1968; two brothers Alex Clelland and Pete Clelland, and a sister, Bessie Faulkner.

She was a Methodist by faith, a member of the Jefferson County Sportsman's Club and the Steubenville White Shrine.

Surviving are two sons, James W. Richadson of Wintersville and Robert S. Richardson of Richmond, Ohio; a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Fran) Sheets of Richmond, Ohio; a brother, Robrt Ross of Chardon, Ohio; a sister, Mrs. John (Margaret) Pech of Chagrin Falls, Ohio; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Calling hours are at the Everhart Funeral Home, 110 W. Main St, Richmond, Ohio 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. today. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home with the Rev. Frank Amalfitano officiating. Burial will be in Union Cemetery.

Herald Star, Steubenville, Ohio Friday January 6, 1995

Richardson, Archie M.

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Richardson, Bess Johnson

Bess Johnson Richardson, 96, of Blacksville, died Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2000, at Monongalia General Hospital.

She was born April, 1903, in Blacksville, daughter of the late A.C. and Mary Hawkins Johnson.

She is survived by two sons, Edgar C. Richardson, of Beaver Pa., and Jack E. Richardson, of New Market, Va; a sister, Nellie Gooden, of Waynesburg, Pa; two stepgrandsons, Randy Sutphin and Mark Sutphin; and four stepgreat-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Ed Richardson, in 1962, and a Grandson, Richard Lynn Richardson.

At the request of the deceased, there will be no public viewing or service at the funeral home. Graveside service at Blacksville cemetery will be at 11 a.m., Friday, Feb. 25, with the Rev. David Lancaster officiating. Owen-Neely Funeral Home, Blacksville, is in charge of arrangements.

Dominion Post, February 25, 2000

Richardson, Carter E.

C. E. Services Monday

Funeral services will be held Monday morning at 10 o'clock at Bertschy Memorial mortuary for Carter Earl Richardson, of Mozart, who died Friday morning at his home.

Interment will be at Mount Zion cemetery.

Mr. Richardson had been ill for the past three years and serious for the past several days.

He was born in Triadelphia, June 28, 1883, a son of the late Samuel and Sara Miller Richardson. He was educated in Triadelphia schools.

Wheeling News Register, February 13, 1943 p. 2

Mozart Cement Contractor Dies on Friday

Carl Earl Richardson of Mozart, ill for three years, died at 10:10 0'clock Friday morning at his home. Ill three years he recently sustained a stroke from which he failed to rally. He was a retired cement contractor.

Mr. Richardson was born June 28, 1883, in Triadelphia, a son of the late Samuel and Sara Miller Richardson. He was educated in the Triadelphia public school.

He was a member of the Christ Lutheran Church.

Surviving are his wife, Myra Birkenbauer Richardson; six daughters, Mrs. Arthur Brasch, Mary, Ida May, Ruth Anne, Sarah Louise, and Nancy Richardson, at home; two sons, Carter and Dolf Richardson, Mozart; one brother George of California, and one grandchild, Bernard Brasch.

The body was removed to the Bertschy Memorial mortuary. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.

Wheeling Intelligencer, Saturday, February 13, 1943 p. 3

Richardson, Catherine Dorsey

Death of Aged Resident

Mrs. Catherine DORSEY RICHARDSON was born in Wheeling, W.Va. February 23, 1847, and passed away on Wednesday November 12, 1929, at the home of James RICHARDSON, Beverly, Ohio. She was united in marriage with Isaac RICHARDSON April 18, 1870. To this union were born 5 children: two sons and a daughter preceded her in death. Left to mourn their loss is the aged husband, two sons and three grandchildren. She was a member of the Baptist church in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. RICHARDSON have made their home with his brother James RICHARDSON and wife the past 19 months. Funeral services will take place from the Richardson residence on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with Dixon Co. in charge.

Beverly Dispatch November 14, 1929

Richardson, Clyde A.

Died: On Monday, March 27, 1893, at {illegible} o'clock a.m., Clyde Alva Richardson, aged 19.

Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, Tuesday, March 28, 1893

Richardson, Clyde A.

-Clyde Alva Richardson, 79, of 46295 Adams Road, was declared dead on arrival at 10:02 p.m. Sunday at Salem Community Hospital after being involved in a traffic accident in Negley on Sunday.

Born April 26, 1901 in Parkersburg, W.Va., he was the son of the late A. Alfonso and Mary Shields Richardson.

He had lived in this area all of his life and was a horse breeder for 45 years. He was a member of the First United Methodist church in Columbiana.

He was preceded in death by his first wife, the former Sylvia Hyland, who he married in 1923, on Nov. 10, 1962. Also preceding him in death were one brother and two sisters.

Surviving are his second wife, the former Marian Moore, whom he married Dec. 7, 1963; one son, Clyde A. Richardson Jr. of Guilford Lake; one sister, Mrs. John (Merle) Strausbaugh of Fort Myers, Fla.; seven grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild.

His body was cremated. Arrangements were handled by the Warrick-Kummer Funeral Home of Columbiana.

Salem News, May 6, 1980

Richardson, Clyde A. Jr

Clyde A. Richardson Jr.,79, of 903 South Main St., died at 6:15 a.m. on Saturday at the Salem Community Hospital from cancer. He had been ill for one month.

He was born on May 11, 1924, in Columbiana, the son of Clyde A. and Sylvia Hyland Richardson Sr. He had been a life-long area resident.

Mr. Richardson owned and operated Richardson Army-Navy Store of Columbiana from 1946-1954, then from 1954-1966 he operated Richardson Marine on E. Park Ave. and from 1966-1972 he operated Richardson Coin Shop at Theron's Store.

He was a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving in the Pacific Theatre in World War II and receiving three Bronze Stars. He was the founder of the Columbiana Boat and Ski Club and a past member of the Columbiana V.F.W. He was a graduate of Columbiana High School and he attended Mount Union College.

Mr. Richardson was preceded in death on Aug. 18, 1988 by his wife, the former Patricia Case. They were married April 17, 1943. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Jamie (Denise) Ozenghar of Hanoverton; five sons, Clyde A. Richardson of Salem, Larry Richardson of Negley, Gary Richardson of Englewood, Fla., Jeff Richardson of Lisbon and Tom Richardson of Columbiana; 25 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. He was also preceded in death by a daughter, Linda Ann Richardson.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Seederly-Mong & Beck Funeral Home in Columbiana with Deacon Terry L. Coulter officiating. Burial will be in Columbiana Cemetery.

Friends may call from 7 to 9 pm; on Monday at the Seederly-Mong & Beck Funeral Home in Columbiana. Material tributes may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Salem News January 18, 2004

Richardson, Daisy

Miss Daisy RICHARDSON passed away at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John RITZ, in this city, on Tuesday, January 8th, after an illness of pneumonia. Miss RICHARDSON had been in poor health for a number of years, and in consequence, was unable to withstand the ravages of the disease which of late has been taking away so many people. While her acquaintance with the younger folks of this city was rather limited on account of the fact that for along time she had not gone about a great deal, she was, nevertheless, well known by all the middle aged and older residents of the community, by whom she was held in high regard.
.....She was the daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. R.T. RICHARDSON, both of whom passed away a number of years ago, and leaves surviving three brothers: Dr. J.J. RICHARDSON of Washington, D.C., Dr. Harry RICHARDSON of Shenandoah, Iowa; and Mr. Homer C. RICHARDSON of New Martinsville.
.....Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at two o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John RITZ, with whom she had lived for some time, and interment will be made in the Williams cemetery by Director W.E. WHARTON. Rev. L. E. RESSEGGER, pastor of the First M.E. church of this city, assisted by Rev. J.A. YOUNG, pastor of the First Baptist Church, will be officiating clergymen.

(Wetzel County, WV Obituaries by Carol Hassig Vol. II, p. 89)

Richardson, Dora McDaniel

Mrs. Dora Richardson, 88, of 3839 Rhodes Ave., died at [newspaper smudge] am. today at home.
A native of Lawrence County, she was a member of First Church of God at New Boston.
Preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Richardson, she is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Joseph Mosley, with whom she resided, Mrs. Marie Stratton, 1036 21st St., and Mrs. Roxie Born of High Point, N.C. ;four brothers, Frank McDaniels of New Boston, John McDaniels of Ironton, George McDaniels of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Haley McDaniels of Marion; three sisters, Mrs. Mae Spence of Fredericktown, Mrs. Nora Gannon of Kittsville and Mrs. Mary Gilbert of Grayson, Ky., and three grandchildren.
Services are to be conducted Saturday at 10 a.m. at Pennington Funeral Home, with Rev. Dale Lehmann officiating. Interment is to be in Memorial Burial Park.
Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Thursday.

Portsmouth Times Newspaper, Scioto County, Ohio Wednesday, May 19, 1971

Richardson, Earl Raymond

Earl Raymond RICHARDSON, age 54. Born Dec. 17, 1891. Son of late James T. and Susan PARSON RICHARDSON passed away at his home in Beverly, A.M. Sat. after an illness. Mr. RICHARDSON was born in Beverly. Worked for Government on Mississippi River out of St. Louis as Engineer. Was Sgt. in Marines for 18 months in World War I, most of time in Cuba. Was a member of Beverly M.E. Church and of the men's bible class. Past commander of Russell Chadwick Post no. 389 member of 40& 8 Club of Marietta. Past Master of Mt. Moriah Lodge F and A.M. no. 37. Owner of Richardson Service Station at Waterford. Was married to M. Grace VANDINE Dec 24, 1920 of St. Louis Mo. Came back to Beverly 22 yrs ago, where they have since made their home. Mrs. RICHARDSON survives and tow daughters, Mrs. Jane HAYES, wife of P.H. HAYES Jr., of Waterford, who is now serving in the navy in St. Louis, Mo., and Miss Sue RICHARDSON of Beverly and Columbus. She is employed as Sec. by State, One granddaughter, Betty Carolyn HAYES. American Legion Funeral . Mon. 2 P. M at the McCurdy Funeral Home. Burial Beverly Funeral Home. Burial Beverly Cemetery. Rev. Thompson.


Richardson, Earl Grover

Earl Grover RICHARDSON, of 214 Washington Ave., died yesterday at his home, less than 24 hours after the death of his wife, Mae Birdie Martin RICHARDSON, who succumbed Monday night in the Ohio Valley General Hospital. He had been ailing since last January. Mr. RICHARDSON was born in New Cumberland, son of William and Rhoda Wilson RICHARDSON and was a member of the Thomson Methodist Church. He was a machinist for the E. W. Bliss Co., Canton. Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Walter ROUSE and Mrs. James McGINNIS, of Baltimore; and Mrs. Luther ALLEN, Toronto, O.: and a granddaughter, Sally Lou WHEELER, Baltimore. He was a member of Bates Lodge No. 33, A.F. and A.M. Friends will be received at the Bertschy Memorial Mortuary. Double services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday in the chapel. The Rev. Irving S. MIDDAUGH will be in charge. Interment will follow in Greenwood Cemetery. Wheeling News Register July 7, 1954 p. 4


Richardson, Edgar Clark

Edgar G. Richardson, 81, of Beaver, passed away Tuesday morning, Oct. 2, 2007, in The Medical Center, Beaver. Born Feb. 18, 1926, in Blacksville, W.Va., he was a son of the late Edgar W. and Bess Johnson Richardson and had been a resident of Beaver since 1948.

A graduate of West Virginia University, Edgar was a professional engineer and had retired from Michael Baker Corporation, Brighton Township. He was a member of the Hope Evangelical Lutheran Church in Brighton Township and was a veteran of the U.S. Army having served during World War II.

He was preceded in death by his wife of 60 years, Lois L. Richardson, on Jan. 21, 2007; a son, Richard Lynn Richardson, in 1969, and a brother, Jack Richardson, in 2005. Surviving is his wife's sister and her husband, Jean and John H. Holbert and their son, John E. and his wife Robin Holbert, all of Bedford, Pa,; his wife's brother and his wife, Malcolm S. Jr. and Elsie Longwell, of Bellefonte, and a sister-in-law, Virginia Richardson, New Market, Va. Newspaper unknown

Richardson, Edgar Wiley

Was Teacher at Clay-Battelle

Edgar Wiley Richardson Dies at 58

Edgar Wiley Richardson, 58, of Blacksville died Wednesday morning in University Hospital after a long illness. He was born Dec. 6, 1903 in Brave, Pa., the son of the late Eugene and Anna Wade Richardson.

Mr. Richardson had taught at Clay-Battelle High School for the last 15 years. He also taught adult classes in ceramics at Morgantown and Clay-Battelle High School.

Prior to his teaching career, Mr. Richardson was employed by the Christopher Coal Co. He belonged to the Blacksville Methodist Church.

Mr. Richardson's survivors include: His wife, Bess Johnson Richardson; two sons, Edgar Clark Richardson of St. Albans and Jack Eugene Richardson of Fairmont; four sisters, Mrs. Ruth Joiner, Salem; Mrs. Frances Perilli of Morgantown; Mrs. Jean Cotteral of Henryetta, Okla., and Mrs. Mildred Beaucamp of Calusa, Calif.; two brothers, Smith Richardson of Stillwater, Okla., and Allen Richardson of LaPorte, Tex., and one grandchild.

Funeral arrangements, being made by Hastings Funeral Home, are incomplete but friends will be received at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Thursday.

Dominion News, Morgantown, January 4, 1962

Richardson, Edward

72, at home of brother-in-law, Dr. S.C. GRIFFITH, Worthington, Sunday
(Columbus Dispatch, Monday, April 14, 1941. pg 2-A, col. 3

Services for Edward Richardson are Held Tuesday Funeral services for Edward Richardson, 72, who died Sunday at the home of his sister Mrs. S. C. Griffith with whom he lived, were held Tuesday at four p.m. at the Corbin Funeral home, with Rev. J. Otis Young officiating. Mr. Richardson who had been an invalid for everal years was formerly manager of a candy company in West Virginia. Besides his sister, he is survived by a son, Andrew Richardson of Columbus; a daughter Mrs. Constance Ryerson, San Diego, California, another sister, Mrs. Maude Maloney, Houston Texas, and a brother Eugene Richardson of Sisterville, West Virgnia. Burial was made in Walnut Grove Cemetery.

Worthington News, April 17, 1941

Richardson, Elizabeth Nesbitt

Mrs. R. T. RICHARDSON died at her home on Main street at 3 p.m. Saturday after a lengthy illness with Brights Disease. Mrs. RICHARDSON was 58 years of age and was a member of the M.E. church. She leaves a sorrowing husband and four chidlren, viz: Dr. J.J. RICHARDSON, of Washington, D.C., Dr. H. N RICHARDSON, of Shenandoah, Iowa, Miss Daisy RICHARDSON who is at home and Homer C. RICHARDSON a pharmacist of this city.

Dr. J.J. RICHARDSON, who was in Europe sailed last Saturday for home and cannot reach here for the funeral. Dr. H.N. RICHARDSON is ill at his home in Shenandoah and cannot come.

The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the M.E. church, Revs. D.A. DENTON and D.S. HAMMOND officiating. The interment will be made at the Williams cemetary.

Mrs. RICHARDSON and her deeds of kindness will be long treasured in the hearts of all who knew her worth and among her large circle of friends a feeling of sadness must prevail. But all should be upheld and comforted by the knowledge that what is our loss is her gain. She is gone to that mysterious realm where sorrow nor pain nor death ever enter, she is gone to that haven of rest made sure by the blood of a sacrificed Saviour.

(Wetzel County, WV Obituaries by Carol Hassig Vol. 1 p 51)

Death of Mrs. R. T. Richardson

Mrs. R.T. RICHARDSON died at her home in this city on last Saturday, after an illness of considerable duration of Bright's disease, which some months ago became acute, confining her to her bed. While the news of her death was received with the greatest regret by her many friends of this city, yet it did not come as a surprise, as her condition had been such for some weeks, and the end of expected at any time.

The deceased was born at Sardis, O., September 15th, 1844, was married to R.T. RICHARDSON October 4th, 1866. To this union four children were born, Dr. Jule J. RICHARDSON, of Washington D.C.; Dr. Harry N. RICHARDSON of Iowa; Mr. H.C. RICHARDSON and Miss Daisy RICHARDSON, who together with R. RICHARDSON survive the deceased wife and mother.

Mrs. RICHARDSON united with the M.E. church and has always been an active and efficient member of that denomiation.
The funeral services were conducted at the M.E. church, Tuesday afternoon, by the pastor Rev. D.A. DENTON and Rev. D.S. HAMMOND, of Weston, formerly pastor of the church at this place. The funeral services were very largely attended, attesting the high regard in which she was held.

Weztel Republican August 24, 1905.

Richardson, Eugene Wiley

Eugene Wiley Richardson, 83, died at the home of a son, Allen W. Richardson, at Laporte, Texas, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, July 23, 1953. Born May 12, 1870, at Sardis, Ohio, he was the son of the late Theopolis and Ella Wiley Richardson.

His first wife Susanna Wade Richardson, died June 21, 1921. His second wife was Margaret Swiger Richardson, who died October 22, 1950. He was by trade a carpenter, employed by the Hope Natural Gas Company, from which he was retired in 1927.

Surviving are 8 children born of his first marriage: Elza H., Biggers, Arkansas; Smith W. , Stillwater, Okla., Edgar W. , Blacksville, W.Va., Allen W., Laporte, Tex., Mrs. Allen W. Joiner, Salem R.D. 1, W. Va., Mrs. Francis R. Scott, Morgan town, W. Va., Mrs. John R. Cotteral, Henrietta, Okla; and Mrs. Mildred Moore, Colusa, Calif. Also surviving are two sisters, Miss Amy Richardson of Worthington, Ohio, and Mrs. Alice Griffith, of Ceredo, W.Va; 19 grandchildren and 17 great grand children.

Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at Salem, W.Va., and interment was in Lowe Cemetery, Hastings, W.Va.

Democrat Messenger, Waynesburg, Pa., July 27, 1953

Richardson, Eugene Theopolis

Injuries Prove Fatal to Eugene Richardson

Word has been received here of the death of Eugene Richardson, 25, at San Fransisco, California. Mr. Richardson was fataly injured when the motorcycle he was riding and an automobile collided in that city, Monday morning.

For a number of years he lived here at the home of Dr. S. C. Griffith and attended the local schools.

He is the son of J. E. Richardson, who resides at the Griffith home.

Worthington News, Thursday, November 19, 1936

Richardson, Ezra Grover

Ezra G. RICHARDSON, aged 79 years, a well known citizen of New Cumberland, died at his home Saturday morning at 6 o'clock. the deceased has been in poor health for several years, but for the past few weeks has been confined to his bed.
Mr. RICHARDSON was born in Wheeling. He was the oldest member of the local I.O.O.F. lodge and was also connected with the Protected Home Circle and a member of the Presbyterian church. He was a man of genial disposition, gentle in his manner and of strict integrity.
Mr. RICHARDSON is survived by his wife and five children:--William and James of Steubenville; Mrs. James MURRAY of Toronto; and Mrs. Norman COCHRAN and Miss Pearl at home, and three brothers, James of St. Louis, Mo., Ruben of Beverly O., and Isaac of New Martinsville.
The funeral services were held at the late home on Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Dr. W. E. ALLEN. Interment was made in the local cemetery.The Independent New Cumberland, WV Thursday, February 8, 1923 p. 1

E. G. RICHARDSON, a well known and esteemed resident of New Cumberland for a number of years, passed into rest at his home in that place on Saturday Morning, Feb. 3, 1923, aged eighty years. He had been in delicate health for some time and confined to his bed for the past three weeks. He was born near Wheeling on Feb. 20, 1843 and grew to manhood in that place and learned the black smith and wagon making trade and persued that occupation until he retired a few years ago. He moved to New Cumberland about forty years ago where he was well and favorably known for his upright life and sterling integrity. He was a member of the Presbyterian church since manhood, a member of the I.O.O.F., and the Protective Home Circle of New Cumberland. He was twice married his first wife died in youthful womanhood, leaving one son William RICHARDSON of La Belle view, this city. He later married Miss Margaret STEWART, who survives with one son James RICHARDSON, of the Postal Telegraph office this city, and two daughters, Florence, wife of Norman COCHRAN, and Miss Pearl both at the bereaved home. He also leaves nine grandchildren and the following brothers James of New Martinsville, W.Va.; Ruben of Beverly, Pa., and Isaac of St. Louis. The funeral services will be held at his late home in New Cumberland on Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, to which friends are invited.
Herald Star, Steubenville, Saturday, February 3, 1923

Richardson, Florence Lovell

Florence L. Richardson (nee Lovell), 93, formerly a 50-year Elmhurst resident, died Sunday, Oct. 7, in Green Valley, Arizona.

She had been active in many Elmhurst Community activities, and was a member of the Elmhurst Women Club, the Elmhurst Community Theater and the P.T.A. She helped organize a teen center in the 1940's, and was noted for her quilting and embroidery work. She had worked as a sales clerk at Marshall Field and Co.

Visitation will be from 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 13, until 1 p.m. service time, at Pedersen-Ryberg Mortuary, 435 N. York St., Elmhurst, with the Rev. Richard Wolf will officiate. Interment is at Chapel Hill Gardens West, Oakbrook Terrace.

Mrs. Richardson is survived by a son, Thomas L. (Barbara); two daughters, Jane R. (Dean) Morgan ad Doris R. (Warren E. ) Jenks; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, George H. Richardson, D.D.S.

Memorials may be made to First Congregational Church, 235 S. Kenilworth, Elmhurst 60126.

Chicago Tribune, October 12, 1990

Richardson, Frances Hawk

Mrs. Fanny E. (Frances) Richardson, 77, of 124 S. Joyce Ave., Steubenville, died Monday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Arthur (Mary) Suplee of 343 Forest View Drive, Wintersville. She was the widow of James F. Richardson, who died in 1956.

Beside Mrs. Suplee, she leaves another daughter, Mrs. Robert (Dorothy) Rheins of Cincinnati; a son, Steward E. Richardson of Steubenville; three sisters, Mrs. Harry (Rose) Wells of Empire, Mrs. Howard (Edith) Freshwater of New Cumberland and Mrs. Bess Pollen in Florida, six grandchildren and six great grandchildren.

Friends may call at the McClave Funeral Home today from 7 to 9 pm and Wednesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm; services Thursday, 3 pm; Rev. Mr. Samuel Pollock; Fort Steuben Burial Estates.

Steubenville Herald-Star, March 1, 1966

Richardson, George H.

Dr. George H. Richardson Services for Dr. George H. Richardson, 82, of St. Petersburg, Fla., a former Chicago-area dentist, will be held at 1 p.m. Monday in the chapel at 435 N. York, Elmhurst. From 1925 to 1942, Dr. Richardson, who died Wednesday in St. Petersburg, had dental offices at 22 E. Washington St. During World War II, he returned to active duty as a dentist and following the war he worked as a dentist at Hines Veteran's Administration Hospital until his retirement in 1962. Survivors include his widow, Florence; a son, Thomas; two daughters, Mrs. Jane R. Morgan and Mrs. Doris R. Jenks; a sister; six grandchildren; and two great grandchildren.

Chicago Tribune, November 6, 1977 p. A27

Dr. George H. Richardson, 82, of St. Petersburg, Fla., formerly of Chicago and Elmhurst, husband of Florence L.; father of Thomas L. Richardson, Jane R. Morgan and Doris R. Jenks; brother of Hazel R. Hayes; grandfather of six; great-grandfather of two, 1916 graduate of Northwestern Dental School, life member and past Commander of the Retread Hut No. 3 Illinois, Masonic Lodge No. 422, life member American Dental Assoc., retired Lt. Col. U.S. Army Dental Corps W.W. I and W.W. II At the Pedersen=Ryberg Mortuary, 435 N. York, Elmhurst, where friends may call on Sunday, 2-5 p.m. and where services will be held on Monday, 1 p.m. interment Chapel Hill Gardens West, 834-1133.

Chicago Tribune, November 6 1977 p. A27

Richardson, George K.

Richardson, George K. Richardson of Huntington Beach, passed away July 14, 1974. He was a life member of Pasadena Elk's Lodge, 672. He is survived by his wife Ernestine; son George Kenneth Jr., two grandsons; two sisters, Mary Walker, Maynard Richardson. Services, 11:00 A.M Tuesday, at Dilday Brothers Mortuary. Rev James DeLange, officiating. Interment, Good Shepherd Cemetery. Dilday Brothers Mortuary, directors.

Pasadena Star News, July 16, 1974

Richardson, George N.

George N. RICHARDSON, husband of Mrs. Margaret ORR RICHARDSON, passed away July 26, 1944, at his home, 560 East Washington Street. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Chapel of Turner & Stevens Company, Marengo Avenue at Holly Street, Dr. James Henry HUTCHINS officiating.

Pasadena Star News, July 27, 1944 pg. 19 col. 2

Richardson, George W.

of East Wheeling, died Sept. 14, 1853, 72nd year.

Wheeling Intelligencer Sept. 15, 1853)

DIED On the morning of the 14th inst. MR. GEORGE RICHARDSON, in the 72d year of his age; an old citizen, and modest Christian. His friends are invited to attend the funeral this afternoon at 4 o'clock, from his residence in East Wheeling. Wheeling Intelligencer, September 15, 1853 p. 3

Richardson, Hannah Lauck

Richardson, Hannah G.
12 Sept 1865, 49y. wife of Nicholas RICHARDSON of Wheeling Island.

Wheeling Intelligencer Sept. 13, 1865

Richardson, Harry Nesbitt

Last Rites for Dr. Richardson

A crowd life long friends, neighbors, and relatives gathered Tuesday afternoon at the Buntz Funeral Home to pay a last silent tribute to Dr. Harry N. RICHARDSON, 76, who passed away during the early hours Saturday morning. Reverend Peter JACOBS, a friend for 50 years conducted the services.

"Death is Only a Dream" was rendered by soloist Eugene HAGGLUND, accompanied by Mrs. A. O WIRSIG. Floral arrangements were cared for by Mrs. Charles BENFORD, Mrs. Claude CLOVIS, and Mrs. Ralph CUNNINGHAM. Casket bearers were Harold LINDBURG, Fred LINDBURG, Claude CLOVIS, John HALDEMAN, Joe HOWARD and John CASTLE.

Honorary pallbearers were Charles BENFORD, W. H. REPLOGLE, Dr. A. O. WIRSIG, George BLACKBURN, Len OVIATT, Ed QUIST, E.C. FISHBAUGH, and Ralph CUNNINGHAM.

Rev. JACOBS commented on the 57 years of professional and civic service rendered by the veteran dental surgeon and in closing said..."Yes we can be proud to say, when asked of Dr. H.N. RICHARDSON, We Knew Him."

Interment was in Rose Hill cemetery in the family plot.
G. W. FORRESTER and F.A. FORRESTER of Minneapolis flew to Omaha and came to Shenandoah for the funeral. Others from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence MASON of Nebraska City and Miss Norma BAILEY of Council Bluffs.
Shenandoah Evening Sentinel Thursday, Dec. 18, 1947.

Dr. H.N. RICHARDSON, Age 76, oldest practicing dentist in Iowa, who had beena dentist for fifty-seven years, died at 1:P00 a.m. on 13 Dec 1948 at his home in Shenandoah, Iowa. He has suffered a heart attack a few days earlier. Dr. RICHARDSON was born in New Martinsville, Wetzel Co., WV, graduated at the College of Dental Surgery in Baltimore, MD, and moved to Shenandoah in 1890. He had lived and practiced there ever since. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Leonard HOWARD of Minneapolis, MN; and a son, Harry RICHARDSON of Oakland, CA. A brother, Homer RICHARDSON of New Martinsville, also survives. Dr. RICHARDSON had not visited here for the past twenty years.


Richardson, Harry M.

Harry Richardson Dies in California

Harry M. RICHARDSON, 58, a native of Shenandoah was found dead of natural causes in a motel Monday at noon. His home was in Oakland, Calif. The body will be returned to Shenandoah for services.
A son of the late Dr. and Mrs. H.N. RICHARDSON, he is survived by a sister, Mrs. Helen HOWARD of Minneapolis and a son who attends the University of Hawaii in Honolulu. Mr. RICHARDSON was a realtor.
Services are pending with Buntz-Tawzer Funderal Home making the arrangements. The body is expected here Thursday.
Shenandoah Evening Sentinel Tues., Sept. 9, 1969.

Funeral to Be Saturday

Funeral Services for Harry M. RICHARDSON, Oakland, Calif., who died Monday will be held at 4 p.m., Saturday at the Buntz-Tawzer Funeral Home. the Rev. Calvin HEDELSON of St. John's Episcopal Church will officiate. Burial will officate. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. Mr. RICHARDSON's son, John, a student at University of Hawaii will attend as will his sister, Mrs. Leonard HOWARD of Minneapolis and her daughter, Mrs. Wm. A. (Linda) YSSELDY and Mr. YSSELDY of Mankato, Minn., and Mrs. HOWARD's son, Joe HOWARD of Cleveland, Ohio.

Shenandoah Evening Sentinel Thursday, Sept. 11, 1969

Richardson, Harry

Harry Richardson

Richardson's Death Sudden

Services at 2 p.m. Tomorrow
A sudden attack of acute indigestion proved fatal to Harry RICHARDSON, 38, one of this community's best know young men. Mr. RICHARDSON suffered the attack yesterday evening about five o'clock and died about ten minutes later before medical aid could be summoned.

Harry RICHARDSON was born in Catlessburg on the 27th day of July, 1892. He received his education in the public schools of Catlettsburg. He has been a resident of this city all his life. At the time of his death he was a valued employee of the American Rolling Mill Company of Ashland.

He was a member of the Elk's lodge of Catlettsburg.
He is survived by his wife and one daughter Irene RICHARDSON. Three brothers, Will of Newport, Ky., Roy of Ashland and Paul of Catlettsburg and two sisters, Mrs. Charles McKENZIE of Ashland and Mrs. George MARTIN of Catlettsburg also survive.

Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock from the late residence on Broadway between 25th and 26th street. The services will be in charge of Rev. Robert CROWELL of Ashland. The local Elk's lodge will participate in the services. All members of the lodge are requested to meet at the club room at 1:30 from where they will proceed to the home in a body. Burial will be made in the Ashland cemetery.

Ashland Daily March 5, 1930 p. 8

Richardson, Harry T.

Harry T. Richardson 88,1410 Colorado Avenue, died at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at a local nursing home.

Mr. Richardson was born August 20, 1873 at Wheeling, W.Va., and came to Chickasha 30 years ago from South Bend, Ind. where he served 25 years as chief engineer of a rubber regeneration factory.

Mr. Richardson is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Adaline Cueller, of chic kasha, his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Richardson, died in 1941.

Funeral Services will be held at 2 pm. Tuesday at Sevier's Chapel, with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery under the direction of Sevier's Funeral Home.

Chickasha Daily Express, Monday, Sept. 4, 1961

Richardson, Desty Helen Miller

Helen RICHARDSON, 97, died Friday, Nov. 1, 1991, at the New Martinsville Health Care Center. She was born Dec. 25, 1894, in Webster Springs, WV, daughter of the late Robert Patrick and Rebecca Jane LYNCH MILLER. She was a retired registered nurse, a member of First United Methodist Church in New Martinsville. She was preceded in death by her husband, Homer RICHARDSON and by four brothers and one sister.

Surviving are two sisters, Effie FITZHUGH and Beulah WOLVERTON of Loray, VA, several nieces and nephews.

Graveside services were held Monday, Nov. 4, at 11 a.m. in Williams Cemetery with the Rev. Samuel STARLING officiating. Arrangements were by Iams Funeral Home, 833 Third St., New Martinsville.Wetzel Chronicle Wednesday, November 6, 1991 p. 2A

Richardson, Henry S.

H. Richardson Died this A.M.
Services Friday at Two O'Clock

Henry RICHARDSON, ninety years old, died at six o'clock this morning at the home of his granddaughter Mrs. Harry RICHARDSON on Louisa street.
Mr. RICHARDSON had made his home with his granddaughter for the past eleven years. He had been in failing health for some time, loosing his sight three years ago. His fatal illness began eight months ago.

The deceased is survived by one brother, Joe RICHARDSON of Portsmouth, O., two sisters, Mrs. Charles WEISMAN of Kansas City, Mo., and Mrs. Joe RIDDER of Colorado.

Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at two o'clock from the residence on Louisa street and will be followed by burial in the Dixon cemetery at Westwood. Rev. Robert CROWELL will be in charge of the service..
Ashland Kentucky January 29, 1930 p. 9

Richardson, Homer C.

Mr. Homer C. Richardson 78, passed away at his home on Locust Street Thursday morning, January 23rd, following a heart attack.
Mr. RICHARDSON was the last of his family, which was one of New Martinsville pioneer families.

He was the son of Ruben R. and Elizabeth NESBITT RICHARDSON and had spent his entire life in this city.
Deceased was a graduate of Magnolia High School, class of 1897 and was graduated from the School of Pharmacy at the University of Maryland.
Following his graduation from college he was employed in his father's drug store here.

He is survived by his wife Mrs. Helen R. RICHARDSON, a niece and nephew.
Serivces were held at the Wells Funeral Home, Maple Avenue, Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock conducted by the Rev. Carden HILLMAN of the First Methodist Church of which Mr. RICHARDSON was a member.
Interment was in the family lot in Williams cemetery.
Pall Bearers were: Mr. C.S. HARMAN, Mrs. Everett BLACK, Dr. Z.W. ANKROM, Mr. Donald LEMASTERS, Dr. E. C. BLUM and Mr. Herbert ONEACRE.

Wetzel Democrat Tursday, January 30, 1958.

Richardson, Isaac C.

Mr. RICHARDSON served as a ship carpenter on a government boat on the Mississippi River for 50 years and retired on pension several years ago. He spent his declining years with his brother in Beverly.
Time Recorder, Zanesville Ohio, July 22, 1930 p. 2

Mr. I.C. RICHARDSON died at 11 o'clock Sunday night at the home of his brother J.T. RICHARDSON, Ferry Street, where he has resided the past two years. He was born in Wheeling, WVa., March 10, 1850, and for the past 5 months has been bedridden with the infirmities of age. He was a carpenter aborad several government vessels, the last of which he served for 37 years, that piled the Mississippi and Missouri rivers, during which time he resided in St. Louis. He was united in marriage at Wheeling in 1869 to Katherine DORSEY, who preceded him in death 8 months ago. Surviving are one son Frank, of St. Louis; one brother J.T. RICHARDSON of Beverly and four grandchildren. Funeral services were held from the home Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock, Rev. WILLIAMSON officiating. Burial in Beverly Cemetery. Dixon Co. Funeral Directors in charge.

Beverly Dispatch July 21, 1930

Richardson, Jack E. Richardson

Jack E. Richardson, 71, of 9738 Fairway Drive, New Market, died Saturday, Dec. 25, 2004, at the Rockingham Methodist Hospital in Harrisonburg, where he had been a patient for a week.

He was born April 26, 1933, at Blacksville, W.Va., and was a son of the late Edgar and Bess Johnson Richardson.

He and his wife moved to New Market in 1965 and established the former New Market Pharmacy which they operated until 1991. Mr. Richardson then worked for Rite Aid Pharmacies until his retirement. After retiring, he worked part-time for Harry Murray at Edinburg.

He was a member of Saint Andrews Episcopal Church in Mount Jackson and the New Market Rotary CLub.

On Dec. 28, 1963, he married the former Virginia Lee Steiss, who survives. Also surviving are two sons, Patrick (Randy) Sutphin of Lacy Spring, and Mark Edward Sutphin of Millsboro, Del.: a brother Edgar Richardson of Beaver, Pa.; four grandchildren; and two great-grandsons.

Friends will be received at the Richardson home at any time. Friends are invited to sign the register book at anytime at the Theis Funeral Chapel in New Market.

A memorial service conducted by the Rev. Paul Rowles will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 28, at Saint Andrews Episcopal Church.

Burial will be at Emmanuel Lutheran Cemetery, New Market. Memorial contributions may be made to the New Market rescue Squad, P.O. Box 399, New Market, Va. 22844

Dominion Post, Dec. 27, 2004

Richardson, James Julius

Dr. J. J. RICHARDSON, 66, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. R.T. RICHARDSON, and a former resident of this city, passed away at a hospital in Atlantic City, on Tuesday night after an illness of heart trouble. Dr. RICHARDSON was a nationally famous eye, ear, nose and throat specialist and practiced for a long time in Washington, D.C. where he was personal physician for Presidents TAFT, Theodore ROOSEVELT and McKINLEY, and traveled with John W. DAVIS during his campaign.

He was brother of H.C. RICHARDSON, of this city, who had been called to Atlantic City on account of the critical condition of his brother and was enroute there when he passed away.

Funeral services are to be Friday afternoon at 2:30 at the Richardson home on Locust street, in charge of Rev. B.T. TREVEY. Interment will be in Williams cemetery in charge of W.E. Wharton. Another brother, Harry, Shenandoah, Iowa, also survives.
(Wetzel County Obituaries by Carol Hassig Vol. 1 p. 88)

Famous Throat Specialist Dies

Dr. J.J. RICHARDSON Cared for Speaking Voices of World's Leading Statesmen.

Dr. J.J. RICHARDSON, who cared for the speaking voices of some of the nation's leading statesmen, died of heart diesease in Atlantic City, N.J., yesterday, according to an Associated Press dispatch. He had been in failing health for some time.

One of the leading nose and throat specialists in the country, some of the members of Dr. RICHARDSON's distinquished clientele were Presidents TAFT, Theodore ROOSEVELT and HARDING, Lord BALFOUR, Senator BOLES PENROSE and Senator A. J. BEVERIDGE.
During their presidential "stumping" tours he accompanied TAFT and John W. DAVIS to care for their throats.

Health Broke Five Years Ago

Dr. RICHARDSON's health broke about five years ago, and , after living in the West for a time, returned East going to Atlantic City, where he lived several years.
Born in Sardis, Ohio, he was educated in the public schools, Magnolia, W.Va., High School, and received his M.D. degree from the University of Maryland. Later he took special courses at the Universities of Heidelberg, Vienna, Edinburgh and Paris, and served as assistant in the London Throat Hospital and the Golden Square Throat Hospital in London.

Prominent in Capital

During his long practice in Wasington he was officially and professionally connected with serveral of the hospitals here. He was a fellow in and one of the founders of the American Sollege of surgeons, American Medical Association, District Medical Society, the society of Ophthalmology and Otology of Washington and the Clinical Society of Washington. He served as president of the last two.
He served as consultant on several special medical examinig boards, handling ear, nose and throat cases, during the World War.
His brother, H.C. RICHARDSON of New Martinsville, W.Va., accompanied the body to that city, his boyhood home, late yesterday.

The Evening StarThursday, June 29, 1933.

Richardson, James Symmes

James Symes Richardson, 69, of 1508 Bixmont Ave., Cincinnati, died in his home Sunday at 6 a.m. He had been in failing health two years and was seriously ill five weeks.

A former Steubenville resident, he had resided in Cincinnati 24 years. He had been employed as a salesman for the Chilton Publishing Co., and retired two years ago. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church of New Cumberland.

He was born in New Cumberland, W. Va., July 7, 1887, the son of Mrs. Margaret Stewart Richardson of New Cumberland and the late Ezra Richardson.

Mr. Richardson leaves his mother; his widow, Mrs. Fannie Hawk; one son, Stewart E. Richardson of Steubenville; two daughters, Mrs. Arthur Suplee of Steubenville and Mrs. Robert L. Rheins of Cincinnati; two sisters, Mrs. Florence Cochran of Follansbee and Mrs. Maude Murray of New Cumberland; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Friends may call at the McClave Funeral Home from 7 until 9 p.m. today and from 2 until 4 p.m. and 7 until 9 p.m. Tuesday. Services will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. The Rev. Forrest-Nees will officiate. Burial will be in Fort Steuben Burial Estates.

Steubenville Herald-Star, November 5, 1956

Richardson, James T.

James T. RICHARDSON, 79, died at his home in Beverly Friday, following a long illness. He was well known in this city, where he had visited frequently with his brother-in-law, J.W. McCASLIN, Adair Avenue. Surviving are his widow, and a son, Earl RICHARDSON, Beverly. Funeral will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the home. Burial will be in Beverly.

Zanesville Signal, Sunday, June 20, 1937 p. 2

Well Known Beverly Resident in Taken

Mr. James T. Richardson, a resident of Beverly for almost a life time, departed this life at 1:30 p.m., on Friday after an extended illness.

Mr. Richardson, who was 79 years of age, having been born on February 22, 1858, at Wheeling, W.Va., and his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Richardson, came to Beverly at the age of six years and is well known in this community. He followed the trade of blacksmith for many years and had engaged in farming.

On December 22, 1880, Mr. Richardson and Miss Susan D. Parsons were united in marriage. Five children were born to them, four of whom expired in infancy. Mrs. Richardson passed away June 1, 1915

In the year 1917 Mr. Richardson was married to Nora McCaslin Parsons, of Zanesville, who survives, with the son Earl R. Richardson, and two grandchildren, Jane and Sue Richardson, of Beverly.

Mr. Richardson was a member of the Presbyterian church of Beverly. Funeral rites were held at the Richardson home at 2 p.m., on Sunday, Rev. J. B. Williamson officiating and interment was in Beverly cemetery. Pallbearers were: W.E. Ellison, Homer Skidmore, Clarence Keyhoe, George Wilson, B.W. Huribut and M. C. Curtis.

Chester II. Mindling was the funeral director.

Obituary from a local paper (unknown) June 24, 1937 Source was obituary book in Beverly, Ohio from 2007 trip.

Richardson, Joseph A.

At Sardis, Friday, March 5, 1880, at 2 a.m., Joseph RICHARDSON, aged 62 years. Funeral at Sardis this (Saturday) afternoon at 2 p.m. Friends are invited.

Wheeling Register

Richardson, Joseph A.

Ill since Saturday evening, Joseph A. Richardson, 77, died of a cerebral hemorrhage Wednesday at 11:20 p.m. at his home at 3839 Rhodes Ave., New Boston.

Born Oct. 30, 1875, at Middleport, Mr. Richardson was a son of Henry S. and Annie Ryan Richardson. Mr. Richardson married Dora McDaniel, who survives, March 7, 1907.

Also surviving are three daughters: Mrs. Roxie Gorsuch of Arlington, Va., Mrs. Marie Stratton of Eden Park and Mrs. Josephine Mosley, at home; a son, Hubert Richardson of Columubs; a sister, Mrs. Linnie Ritter of Pueblo, Calif., six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

Mr. Richardson was preceded in death by two brothers, one sister and his parents.
He was employed by the former Portsmouth works, Wheeling Steel Corp., for 37 years as a crane operator. He retired in 1946.
Mr. Richardson was a member of First Church of God in New Boston.
Funeral services will be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. by Rev. L. E. Foudy at the church. Interment will follow in Memorial Park under the direction of Sowards Funeral Home.
The body may be viewed at the residence after 6 tonight.

Portsmouth Times, August 27, 1953

Richardson, M. Grace

M. Grace Richardson, age 86 years, died Friday May 17, 1985 at 8:30 A.M. in the Riverside Hospital, Columbus, Ohio after an illness.

Mrs. Richardson, daughter of the late Charles and Jenny VanDine was born on May 30, 1897 at St. Louis, Missouri where she grew to womanhood.

On Decmeber 24, 1920 she was united in marriage to Earl R. Richardson. They made their home in St. Louis for a short time and in 1924 moved to Beverly, Ohio where they made their home for many years. Mr. Richardson preceded her in death on February 9, 1946.

Mrs. Richardson was a good citizen and neighbor and will be greatly missed by her family and all who knew her. She was a member of the Beverly United Methodist Church ad was a charter member of American Legion Auxiliary United 389 Beverly.

Those left to mourn their loss are one daughter, Mrs. Jack (Sue) Judd, Westerville, Ohio and four grandchildren and six great grandchildren.

She was preceeded in death by one daughter Jane Hayes on July 14, 1980.

unknown paper, no date [obituary book in Beverly, Ohio library]

Richardson, Mary Ellen Wiley

Mary Ellen Richardson

Mrs. Ella Richardson passed away last Saturday morning from results of a fall about two weeks ago. Funeral from the home on Tuesday morning, her pastor, Rev. C.F. WALTERS in charge, with interment in the Sardis cemetery. she leaves five children: Mrs. S. C. GRIFFITH, of Worthington; Edgar and Eugene, of Wheeling and Hastings W.Va. respectively; Mrs. W. F. MALONEY, of Chicago; and Miss Amy of the home. She was a member of the M.E. church, and lived a beautiful Chistian life. Her many relatives and friends will cherish a loving memory of one so loyal and devoted. In addition to her immediate family, the out of town relatives at her funeral were her tow sisters, Misses Lou and Adah WYLIE, of Wheeling; Mrs. Mary GRIFFITH, of Ferguson, Ky.; and several grandchildren from Hastings, WVa.

Sentinel, Thursday, May 3, 1923

The death of Mrs. Ella RICHARDSON-week's illness.
Funeral services by Rev. C.F.WALTER and interment in Sardis cemetery.

(Wheeling Register, Saturday, May 12, 1923

Mrs. Ella RICHARDSON passed away the 28th ult. and was laid to rest in Sardis cemetery, on Tuesday of last week. Her five children, two sisters, and several grandchildren attended the funeral, together with a host of friends who held her in high esteem for her noble christian character.

Wetzel Republican May 11, 1923

Richardson, Mary C.

Woman Dies
Was All Alone in World.

Pomeroy, March 31--Mrs. Mary Catherine RICHARDSON, 82, a sister of the late Mrs. B. F. BIGGS, of Pomeroy, died at her home at Mason City, March 28, and was buried in the Odd Fellows' Cemetery at Mason Friday afternoon. She was alone in the world and was looked after and cared for by Charles RHODES, a neighbor, who also attended to her funeral arrangements. His reward for his long service was the house and lot and any other property she left according to her will.

Athens Messenger, Sunday, April 1, 1928

Richardson, Margaret Orr

Richardson, age 83, of 560 East Washington Blvd., Pasadena, widow the late George N. RICHARDSON, pioneer furniture dealer in Long Beach and Pasadena, passed away May 10, 1963 in an Altadena hospital. A native of Wheeling West Virginia, she is survived by two daughters, Madeline MEYER of Los Angeles and Mary Agnes WALKER of San Pedro; two sons, G. Kenneth RICHARDSON of Pasadena and Maynard RICHARDSON of Santa Barbara; two sisters, Mrs. Cordellia CRISLIP of Berkeley and Mrs. Mary ORR HICKS of Elm Grove, Wheeling, West Virginia; also four grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. She was a member of the Lake Avenue Congregational Church. Services Tuesday, 10 a.m. at Turner & Stevens Co. Chapel, 95 North Marengo Ave., The Rev. Raymond C. ORTLUND and Henry J. HUTCHINS D.D. officiating. Interment Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers friends may make contributions to the Memorial Fund at the Lake Avenue Congregational Church.

Pasadena Star News, May 13, 1963 p. 20 col. 2

Richardson, Margaret Stewart

NEW CUMBERLAND-Mrs. Maggie RICHARDSON, 98, a former resident of New Cumberland, died at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Robert BOSSICK, of Hopedale, Ohio, today at 6 a.m.

Born in Hancock County on July 8, 1862, she was the daughter of the late James and Mary Gallagher STEWART. She was a member of the New Cumberland Presbyterian Church and a charter member of the Women's Benefit Association of New Cumberland.

Her survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Florence COCHRAN of Hopedale, and Mrs. Maude MURRAY of New Cumberland; and one sister, Mrs. Orpha McELFRESH of Wheeling.

Thirteen grandchildren, 37 great grandchildren, and 16 great great grandchildren also survive.

Her husband, Ezra G. RICHARDSON, two sons and two daughters preceded her in death.

Friends may call at the Fields Funeral Home of Ridge Avenue where services will be conducted on Friday at 11 a.m. with Allen F. FIELDS, of the New Cumberland Christian Church, officiating.

Interment will be made in New Cumberland Cemetery.

Weirton Daily Times, Wednesday, September 7, 1960 p. 2

(also in Herald Star, Steubenville, September 6, 1960 {spelling is BASSICK)

Richardson, Mary Richardson

No service has been planned for Mary Agnes WALKER, who died on Feb. 13, 1997 at the age of 86.
Mrs. Walker, a native of California, was a 30-year resident of Yucca Valley. She was a civil service physician's assistant for the U.S. Army for 33 years before retiring. Internment in Mountain Valley Memorial Park will be private. Mountain Valley Memorial Park and Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.

Hi Desert Star (Yucca Valley) Saturday, Feb. 22, 1997

Elderly Woman Dies in Fire
Yucca Valley

Mary WALKER, 86, a resident of Paradise Valley for 20 years, perished in a fire in her home at 6468 Richard Drive early Thursday afternoon.

Neighbor Doreen THOMPSON said she saw smoke coming from the cooler on top of Walker's roof. "I came running over about the same time as some of the other neighbors," Thompson siad. "Some of them began to break out the windows on the front of the house, but it was just full of smoke - too smoky to see anyting inside. Someone went over to the house across the street to call 911, by then the whole street was just full of smoke."

According to the San Bernardino county Deput coroner Glen MILLER, major fire damage was found by firefighters in the room where Walker was found. The neighbors that had broken the windows had stuck a garden hose through and put out the flames by the time fire personel arrived.

Miller also said an autopsy is planned for Tuesday, but that smoke inhalation is assumed to be the cause of death. Friend and caretaker Keri ARCHIBAQUE said WALKER was a widow and was wheelchair bound.
"She would have been 87 on March 22, " Archibaque lamented. "She had just called me and I talked to her on the phone around noon. Everything was O.K. as far as I know."

A second caretaker, Michele SULLIVAN, had been with Walker that morning and had left her at noon. After a trip to Wal-Mart, Sullivan and her children saw the emergency vehicles as they drove past the area and stopped, only to find that her friend and charge was fatally injured in the fire.

Both women inquired to firemen about Walker's pet cat, but it had not been seen. Firefighters searched and quickly found the frightened animal hiding under a chair in the home and emerged with the cat wrapped in a towel. "Lucky" escaped any burns or injuries and was given to Walker's close friend and neighbor, Marha NOLAN.
Exact cause of fire is under investigation, but Archibaque and Sullivan speculated that a portable electric heater may have been the cause.

Hi Desert Star, February 15, 1997 p. 1

Richardson, Maynard

Maynard RICHARDSON, 60, of 3220 State St., a chef here for over 35 years, died last night after a long illness.
Mr. RICHARDSON had worked at a number of local restaurants including the Blue Ox, Town House and Carl's Steak House. In 1971 he retired for reasons of health.

Born in Long Beach, Aug. 31, 1914 he grew up in Pasadena where he attended school. In 1935 he came to this city to learn the art of cooking.

During World War II he served in the Europe with the U.S. Army with the rank of master sergeant. At that time he was in charge of army mess halls and their co-ordination.

In Santa Barbara he was a member of the Culinary Alliance.
Surviving are a son, John, stationed in Belgium with the U.S. Army; two sisters, Mrs. Mary WALKER of San Pedro and Mrs. Theodore MEYER of Los Angeles. Funeral arrangements are pending the arrival of Mr. Richardson's son from Europe.

Santa Barbara New Press, Sept. 23, 1974 p. C8)

Richardson, Myra Birkinhauer

Mrs. Myra Birkinhauer Richardson, 66, resident of Mozart, and life resident of the city, died this morning at 5:45 o'clock in the Ohio Valley General hospital. She suffered a stroke yesterday morning and failed to recover.

Daughter of the late Adolph and Alex Bingell Birkinhauer, she was born in Wheeling, April 22, 1884, and was a devout member of Christ Lutheran Church, Mozart.

Surviving are two sons, Carter Richardson, Newport News, Va., and Dols Richardson, Mozart; six daughters, Mrs. Myra Brasch, Mrs. Ida Mae Bonenberger and Mrs. Sally Givens, all of Mozart; Mrs. Ruth Ann Shaw, Warwood; Misses Mary and Nancy Richardson, both at home. Her husband, Carter Earl Richardson, preceded her in death in 1943. Six grandchildren also survive.

Friends are being received at the Bertschy Memorial mortuary, Funeral time is incomplete, but services will be held in the chapel, with the Rev. Martin . Roth, pastor of Christ Lutheran church will officiate. interment will be in Mount Zion cemetery.

Wheeling News Register, Wednesday, December 27, 1950

Richardson, Nicholas

Nicholas RICHARDSON, who has been sick for some time, died last Tuesday and was buried Wednesday. His family have the sympathy of the community.

The Marietta Weekly Leader, Tuesday, August 31, 1886, pg. 3 col. 4

Richardson, Mildred P.

Age 89, of Columbus, December 23, 1997 at Arbors West Nursing Home. Preceded in death by husband Andrew RICHARDSON. Survived by nephews, Eugene (Betty) SCHOLZ, Clarence (Kathryn) SCHOLZ, Gordon (Janet) SCHOLZ, Robert (Doris) WENDEL, George (Doralee) WENDEL and Donald WENDEL; nieces, Barbara HALLSTEIN and Mary (Ralph) DURBAN: many great-nieces and nephews; sister-in-law, Inez WENDEL; and friends. Family will receive freinds Friday 10 a.m. until time of service at 11:30 a.m. at GRAUMLICH & SON FUNERAL HOME, 1351 S. High St. Pastor Ray ROSENTHAL officiating. Entombment Green Lawn Mausoleum.

Columbus Dispatch Dec. 24, 1997 pg. 2D col. 5

Richardson, Nora McCaslin

Mrs. Leonora Richardson

Mrs. Leonora Richardson, 88, passed away Thursday, April 30, at 9 p.m., after an illness. Mrs. Rchardson, daughter of the late James and Sara Hughes McCaslin, was born in Zanesville, July 17, 1870. She was united in marriage to Edgar M. Parsons of Beverly, who passed away in 1916. She was later united in mariage to James Richardson; he passed away 23 years ago. Mrs. Richardson was a member of the Akron Baptist Church and was a devout Christian. While in Beverly she attended the Presbyterian Church. She s survived by two sisters Mrs. Leila Kreager and Mrs. Geneva Sellers of Beverly. A son William Parsons died in 1893. Services were held at the McCurdy Funeral Home, Sunday, May 3, 7 p.m., Rev. Edward Castner officiatin. Interment Monday morning,May 4, Greenwood Cemetery, Zanesville.

May 7, 1959 unknown paper[from obituary book Beverly, Ohio library]

Richardson, Patricia Jane Case

Columbiana: Patricia Jane Richardson, 61, of 114 Prospect St., died at 5:30 pm Thursday in the emergency room at the Salem Community Hospital.

Born Sept. 11, 1926, in Columbiana, she was a daughter of the late George and Jenny Flynn Case.

She lived all her life in Columbiana, except for a few years at Guilford Lake. She had been a housewife for 45 years, and was a member of the St. Jude Catholic Church and the women's auxiliary of the church. She taught CCD for many years.

Survivors include her husband, Clyde A. Richardson, whom she married April 17, 1943; two daughters, Mrs. Linda Richardson of Columbiana, and Denise Ozenghar of Salem; five sons, Clyde A. Richardson III of Salem, Larry R. Richardson of Negley, Gary R. Richardson of Columbiana, Jeffery J. Richardson of Lisbon, Thomas J. Richardson of Toronto; three sisters, Kathleen Lipe of Columbiana; Ellen Grant of Columbus; and Jane Henderson of Leetonia; one brother, George Robert Case of Palo Alto, Calif; 21 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10:30 am Monday in St. Jude Catholic Church, with Rev. Gabe Yablonsky as the celebrant. Burial will follow in the Columbiana cemetery.

Friends may call 7 to 9 pm Sunday at the Warrick-Kummer Funeral Home, where prayers will be led by Father Yablonsky.

Salem News, August 20, 1988

Richardson, Pearle

Miss Pearl Richardson Passed Away Today

Miss Pearl RICHARDSON, daughter of Mrs. E.G. RICHARDSON, plassed peacefully away in death at her home at 11 o'clock this morning, from neuralgia of the heart. She had been confined to her bed for the past twelve days suffering from a varicose vein in her right leg. On Sunday morning she came down stairs and later suffered a heart attack, and had been in a serious condition since Sunday from these attacks. This morning she was seemingly better, until she suffered another heart attack, and passed away at the hour stated, which was a shock to her family and friends.

Miss Pearl was born in the old homestead on River avenue on Nov. 6, 1898, and has spent her entire life in our midst. She had a kind and loving disposition and was a devoted daughter to her widowed mother. She was a member of the Presbyterian church and secretary of the Missionary society, also a member of the Woman's Benefit Association.

The deceased is survived by her mother and the following brothers and sisters, Mrs. R.N. COCHRAN, Mrs. Maude MURRAY of New Cumberland, Will RICHARDSON of Toronto and Jas. RICHARDSON of Steubenville.

Funeral services will be held at the late home at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Rev. O.C. GROSS, pastor of the Presbyterian church will have charge of the services.

The Independent New Cumberland, West Virginia, Thursday, July 17, 1930

Richardson, Reuben

Sudden Demise of Reuben Richardson Last Evening.

About eight o'clock last evening, Reuben RICHARDSON, night watchman at the Wheeling hinge works, dropped dead at his post of duty.

This old gentleman, aged sixty-five years, had been employed by the Wheeling Hinge Company for twenty years. He had been suffering from asthma, and last night neither his employers nor his family thought he should go to work. He went, thinking he would feel better, but his son soon followed him, feeling danger might befall him. The father and son were walking about the works, when the old gentlemen fell. The son rushed to the telephone, but before medical aid could arrive, Mr. RICHARDSON was dead.

Coroner SCHULTZE was notified, and he will hold an inquest this morning. It is believed that asthma caused the old gentleman's death. His remains were removed from the works to his late residence, 202 Sixteenth street.

Wheeling Register, January 31, 1894 p. 5

Richardson, Rhoda Mae Wilson

Resident of Toronto Summoned by Death

Mrs. Rhoda Mae Richardson, 57, died at her home 606 North Third street, Toronto, at 7 a.m. today from the effects of a paralytic stroke, suffered more than two years ago. She was the wife of William Richardson and a sister of Toronto Chief of Police Thomas Wilson.

Mrs. Richardson was born April 10, 1875 in New Cumberland. She was the daughter of John and Elizabeth Wilson.

She was married, February 22, 1893 in New Cumberland. She later moved to Toronto with her husband where they have resided for the past 23 years.

Mrs. Richardson was a member of the Toronto Methodist Protestant church, taking an active part in all church affairs.

She is survived by her husband and five children. They are Earl, of Bridgeport; Mrs. Luther Allen of Toronto; Mrs. James Maginnis, Baltimore, Md.; Mrs. W. E. Rouse, Hollidays Cove; Earline, at home.

Three sisters, Mrs. Jesse Evans of Hollidays Cove; Mrs. C.S. Fickes, of Steubenville; Mrs. E. L. Herron, of New Cumberland, and two brothers, William Wilson, of Alliance and Chief of Police Thomas Wilson of Toronto are living.

Burial will be made at New Cumberland. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.

Herald-Star, Steubenville, Ohio Thursday, July 7, 1932

Richardson, Richard Lynn

Beaver Navy Man Killed in Crash in Norfolk, Va.

Friends of BTF/N Richard L. Richardson, 18, of 176 Taylor Ave., Beaver, will be received at J. T. Anderson Jr. Funeral Home, 205 College Ave., Beaver, from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. Tuesday.

He died late Friday night at Norfolk, Va., from injuries suffered in an auto accident.

Born June 30, 1950, in Rochester, he was a son of Edgar C. and Lois Longwell Richardson, who survive.

He was a resident of Beaver for 16 years and lived in Charleston, W.Va. for three years. Assigned to the Frigate USS Farragut, he was a boiler technician.

He was a member of the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Beaver, and a Beaver Area High School Class of 1968 graduate. He attended Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, prior to entering the Navy in October 1968. He was a member of Young Life Group of Beaver County.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by his maternal grandfather, Malcolm S. Longwell Sr., Bellefonte, and his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Bess Richardson, Blacksville, W. Va.,

June 30, 1969 (no newspaper citation provided by library)


Richardson: Military services for BTF/N Richard L. Richardson, 176 Taylor Ave., Beaver, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Beaver, with the Rev. Robert L. Meister officiating. Interment will be at Beaver Cemetery.

(no date or newspaper citation provided by library)

Richardson, Samuel

An Awful Death

Samuel M. RICHARDSON Killed in an Instant, Yesterday

Mr. Samuel M. RICHARDSON, an employee of the Whitaker mill, met with a terrible death yesterday evening about 5 o'clock, while employed at his duties in the mill.

It seems that RICHARDSON has had charge of the electric light apparatus, but as it got out of shape and has not been in operation for some time, RICHARDSON was given a position in the machine shops, and when he met his fate was employed in grinding a turning tool for the roll turner.

This work was being done at a pretty well worn grindstone, which was running at quite a high rate of speed, when, without an instant's warning, the stone burst, and a piece weighing perhaps sixty or seventy-five pounds struck the unfortunate man full in the face, almost knocking his head off and hurled him to the ground with terrible force. RICHARDSON's features were crushed into a shapeless mass, and he never knew what hurt him, death being almost instantaneous.

Medical assistance was immediately summoned, but of course nothing could be done. Coroner SCHULTZE was then notified, and he ordered that the remains be taken to the residence of the dead man, at 98 Eighteenth street, which was done, and the Coroner afterwards examined them and rendered a verdict of death caused from accidental bursting of a grindstone at the Whitaker mill.

The grindstone is located in a portion of the mill through which the employees are almost constantly passing, and Joe MAGUNDER and John COSTELLO are thanking their lucky stars. They had both been standing at the grindstone talking to Richardson just a few seconds before the accident occurred, and they had a close call.

Mr. RICHARDSON was formerly engineer at the gas works, and has been working at the Whitaker but a short time. He has a wife and six children, and his wife is suffering greatly from prostration over the sudden and awful death of her husband.

Wheeling Register, Friday, March 21, 1890

Richardson, Sarah

On Friday evening, the 7th inst., Mrs. Sarah RICHARDSON, wife of Capt. Joseph Richardson, aged 35 years.
The funeral will take place this afternoon (Tuesday) at 3 o'clock from the residence of Capt. Joseph RICHARDSON, on Zane street, East Wheeling. The friends of the family are invited to attend.

Daily Intelligencer, Tuesday, October 11, 1859

Richardson, Sarah Gibson

Thursday morning at 2:45 o'clock occurred the death of Mrs. S. E. RICHARDSON at her home at Valley Grove. She was 61 years of age. Death was caused by infirmities of age. She is survived by one daughter, Ida D., at home and three sons, George, of California, and Albert and Thomas, of Valley Grove. The funeral will be held from the family residence on Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Rev. J. W. GRIMES, pastor of the Roney's Point United Presbyterian church, will officiate. Interment will be in the Stone church cemetery.

Wheeling Intelligencer, Friday June 7, 1912

Richardson -On Thursday, June 6th, 1912, at 2:45 a.m. at her home, Valley Grove, W.Va., Mrs. E. S. RICHARDSON. Funeral from the home at Valley Grove Saturday morning, June 8th at 10:30. Interment in Stone Church cemetery.

Wheeling Intelligencer June 8, 1912 pg. 14

Richardson, Stanley Dean

Stanley Dean Richardson was born at Jollytown, Pa., Oct. 16, 1916, and died at the family home at Hastings, W. Va. Sept. 30, 1922 after a brief illnes of diphtheria. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Richardson, who with four brothers and five sisters survive their loss. Funeral services were held October 1, at the home, conducted by Rev. Everet Shaver and interment was made in the Lowe cemetery by undertaker Harry Palmer, of Pine Grove.

Wetzel Republican, October 6, 1922

Richardson, Stewart E.

Stewart E. Richardson, 56, of 115 S. Joyce Ave., died Wednesday in Ohio Valley Hospital.

He was employed by Weirton Steel Division of National Steel Corp, in the 54-inch pickler department. He was a member of the Weirton Steel 25 Year Club and Brier Hill Methodist Church.

He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Annie Ross Richardson; two sons, James W. Richardson of Wintersville and Robert S. Richardson at home; a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Frances) Sheets of Winterville; two sisters, Mrs. ARthur (Mary) Suplee of Wintersville and Mrs. Robert (Dorothy) Rheins of Cincinnati, and three grandchildren.

Friends will be received at the Dunlope Funeral Home, Wintersville, 7-9 pm Friday; services there 2 pm Saturday; Rev. Mr. Charles Yates; Union Cemetery.

Herald-Star, Steubensville, Thursday, April 4, 1968

Richardson, Susannah Radcliffe Wade

Mrs. Anna Richardson, wife of Eugene W. Richardson of Hastings, WVa., died at her home Saturday, June 18, aged 44 years. She was a daughter of Elza L. Wade of Waynesburg and was born at Jollytown, where she spent most of her life. Three years ago she removed with her family to Hastings, W.Va. where she has since resided. She was a member of the ME church and was a woman of sterling worth. Besides her husband and father she is survived by ten children, Mrs. Ruth Joiner of Clarksburg, WVa, Mrs. Mary Dean of Blacksville, WVa, Smith Richardson of Clarksburg, WV, Ed, Frances, Jean and Stanley at home. She is also survived by one brother William G. Wade of Hundred, WVa and one sister Miss Clara R. Wade of Waynesburg.

The Democrat, Waynesburg, Pa June 24, 1921 p. 4

Esteemed Lady Taken by Death

Mrs. Susanna Wade Richardson, wife of E.W. Richardson, was born in Green county, Pa., September 5, 1877, and died in her home in Hastings, of cancer, Saturday , June 18, 1921, aged 43 years, 9 months and 13 days.

Mrs. Richardson had been a devoted member of the Methodist Episcopal Church for twenty-five years, having become a member early in life at Jollytown, Pa., and was highly respected by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances.

Funeral services conducted by Rev. J. L. Marquess were held from the family home Sunday afternoon, and interment was at the Lowe Cemetery in charge of Funeral Director Harry Palmer, of Pine Grove. Many relatives and friends attended the services.

Surviving are her husband, five sons and five daughters, father, one brother, one sister and four grandchildren.

Wetzel Democrat, June 24, 1921

Richardson, Theophilus W.

Richardson, Theophilus W.
at his residence in Sardis, OH on Wed., Sept. 10, 1873.
Theophilus W. RICHARDSON in the 30th year of his age.

(Wheeling Intelligencer, Thursday, Sept. 18, 1873

Richardson, Violette Reber

Violette Reber Richardson, age 93, beloved wife of the late Dr. Joseph H. Richardson; mother of William F. of Joilet, Ill., Dr. George H. of Elmhurst, Ill., Violette R. Pinkard of Wheaton, Ill., and Hazel R. Hayes of Cleveland, Ohio; also survived by nine grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. At, the Pedersen-Ryberg Mortuary, 435 N. York street, Elmhurst, where services will be held Monday, 2:30 p.m. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens West. Info., TE 4-1133.

Chicago Tribune, February 13, 1966

Richardson, Xyla Murdock

Houston, Texas

Graveside services for Xyla Constance Richardson, 92, Houston, Texas, formerly of Ada, are 11 a.m. Saturday at Rosedale Cemetery.

Mrs. Richardson died Sunday, Sept. 14, 2008, at a Houston, Texas, hospital. She was born April 20, 1916, near Pauls Valley to Alvin and Sallie Driskill Murdoch=k.

She graduated from Paoli High School at the age of 16 and started college at East Central State College. In 1971, at the age of 55, she returned to college and completed her bachelor of arts degree in education at East Central State University.

She married Allen W. Richardson, Dec. 24, 1935. He preceded her in death.

Mrs. Richardson taught in Kuwait and Galena, Mo. she lived in Palestine, England, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Denmark. She and her husband started a Sunday School for children while living in Denmark. She was an active member, serving in various offices of the Daughters of the American Revolution. she was also a member of the Order of Eastern Star. she attended the First Baptist church while living in Ada and after her moved to LaPorte, Texas, she attended the First Baptist church there. In LaPorte, she participated in numerous plays by the Senior Citizens Center.

Survivors include three sisters, Wanda McCormick and husband Mahlon, LaPorte, Texas, Treba Hill and husband Ben, Aurora, Ohio, and Delma Loftis and husband Gene, Cape Girardeau, Mo; and many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Allen W. Blackie richardson, two sisters, and a brother.

Condolences may be expressed online at www.adaeveningnews.com.

Griswell Funeral Home, Ada


Rogers, Elizabeth Thompson

Mrs. E. L. Rogers, Albuquerque, died Thursday. Mrs. Rogers was the former Miss Elizabeth Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Thompson, 920 West Eighth.

Funeral service will be held Monday at 2 p.m. in Albuquerque. Burial will be there.

She is survived by her husband; one daughter, Mrs. Ed Pauls, Lawton; two sons, E. L. Rogers, Big Lake, Texas; one brother, W. C. Thompson, Pampa, Texas; and one sister, Mrs. Smith Richardson, Stillwater.

Okmulgee Daily Times, Okmulgee, Oklahoma, Sunday, October 21, 1951

Ryerson, Arthur S. Sr.

Arthur Sterling Ryerson, Sr., 82, died Thursday of a heart attack at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Howard Grossman, 284 W. Rathbone Rd. He was a member of Fifth Av. United Brethren Church and 20-Year Club of Jeffrey Manufacturing Co, where he had been employed 35 years.

A native of Cleveland, Mr. Ryerson had spent most of his life in Columbus. Recently, he had resided in Santa Monica, Calif., and was visiting his daughter here at the time of his death.

Also surviving are two other daughters, Mrs. Emil Mart, Columbus, and Mrs. Owen Simonton of Kansas City, Mo.; three sons, Ivan of Santa Monica, Earl of Los Angeles, Calif., and Arthur of New York City; 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Friends may call at Feil funeral home, where service will be at 11 a.m. Monday. Burial will be in Union Cemetery.

The Columbus Dispatch, July 20, 1951 page 6B col. 2

Ryerson, Minnie

Ryerson, Minnie B., 118 E. Lakeview -Av. Survived by husband, ARthur; 3 sons, Earl, Ivan, ARthur, jr; 3 daughters, Mrs. Irene Mart, Mrs. Faye Simonton, Mrs. Minnie Grossman; 5 grandchildren; 1 brother. Remains at the residence. Services Friday, 2 p.m. at the fifth Ave. U.B. Church. Interment Union Cemetery by the Feil Funeral Home.

Columbus Dispatch, December 18, 1940 pg. 8A col. 5