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Subject: RE: PART AND PARTIAL OBITUARIES STEUBENVILLE HEARLD STAR
Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 13:14:24 EDT
THIS COMES FROM THE NEWSPAPER, THE STEUBENVILLE HEARALD STAR, STEUBENVILLE,
OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1956
1.MRS. MARY STANKIEWICZ, Youngstown--Mrs. Mary Stankiewicz, 40, died Tuesday
in Youngstown Hospital after an illness of one month. Services were to be
held in Youngstown today. Among the survivors are
her husband, GEORGE, of Youngstown; her father, TED PHILLIPS, and a
BENNIE PHILLIPS, both of Adena; one sister-in-law, MRS. CHARLES MAJEWSKI of
2. JAMES B. WELLS, 52, of 132 Brady Ave. died Wednesday at 11:30 p.m. in
Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient one day. He was employed as a
crane operator at Weirton Steel Mill Co. MR. WELLS was born in Steubenville,
Nov. 25, 1903, the son of the late JAMES F. and ELIZABETH LEONARD WELLS and
was a life resident of Steubenville. He was a member of the Wesley Methodist
Church at New Castle, Pa. He leaves his widow, MRS. GLADYS PORTER WELLS; one
son; JAMES E. WELLS; one daughter; MRS. BONNIE KNOX,
one sister; MRS. MARGARET SPEER.
3. BENJAMIN F. BUCY, Wellsburg--60, of 1239 rear, Main Street, died
at 10:30 p.m. in his home. He had been in failing health for the past
years and more seriously ill for the past two weeks. MR. BUCY was born in
Wellsburg, Oct. 16, 1895, the son of the late JOHN and LAURA BUCY. He was a
retired pressman in the paper mill. He also was a guard at West Virginia
Penitentiary. He was a veteran of World War I. He was a member of the First
Methodist Church in Wellsburg, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American
4. MRS. MARY DYE, Richmond--82, of RD 1 Richmond, died in her home at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday. She had been ill 18 months. A Richmond resident 55 years,
was a member of Two Ridge Presbyterian Church and the Women's Society of the
church. She was born in Rinard's Mills, Ohio, April 21, 1874, the daughter
the late DAVID M. and LORETTA RIGGS, died in 1947. Her husband, MARCELLUS
DYE, died in 1947. MRS. DYE leaves three daughters, MRS. LORETTA BURTof
Salem, RD 4, MRS. AGNES KERR of CARROLLTON, and MRS. HELEN BATCHELD.
DEATHS and FUNERALS: DATE AND NEWSPAPER, SAME AS ABOVE
1. PHILLIP DAVID FLETCHER, Saturday 2 p.m. McClave Funeral Home. The REV.
GEORGE P. ABEL officiating. Burial Fort Steuben Burial Estates. Friends may
call at the Funeral home today and Friday from 2 until 4 p.m. and 7 until 9
2. CHESTER C. SHIELDS, Friday 2 p.m., Clark Funeral Home, Cadiz. The
VERNON ELGIN officiating. Burial Cadiz Union Cemetery
3. ALVIN BILDERBACK, Friday 2 p.m., Steel and Wolfe Funeral Home. Weirton.
The Reverend E. SPENCER GILLEY officiating Burial Chapel Hill Memorial
Gardens. The VFW and American Legion will hold graveside services. Friends
may call at the funeral home.
4. MRS. NORA MASSAY, Friday 2 p.m., Allmon Funeral Home, Carrollton. The
Reverend H. H. HOOVER officiating. Burial Harlem Springs.
5. MRS. NANCY RUTLEDGE, East Springfield, Funeral service for MRS. NANCY
PARKS RUTLEDGE will be Friday at 2:30 p.m. in the Evangelical United
Church. The Reverend SAMUEL HUFFMAN will officiate and burial will be in
Springfield Cemetery. MRS. RUTLEDGE died at 8:15 a.m. Wednesday in the
Haverfield Rest Home, Cadiz after an illness