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In this section I have posted some of the recent obituaries I have received as well as some of the obituaries clippings I have  for many years in my numerous folders.  If you would like to have the obituary posted for any Corll related member of your family then e mail it to PaulRCorll@Comcast.Net  BE SURE TO SCROLL DOWN TO THE ACTUAL OBITURARIES

Robert W.Corll;  Lewis R. Corll; Raymond E. Corll,   Mrs.Julia Mitler,William Henry Koenreich, Victoria May nee Corll Koenreich,Edith P.Kimerle (Eda) Yeager,  George Kimerle, Esther B. (Kimerle) Chubb, Myron M. Corll, David A. Lindsay, Ward D.Lynn,  Mrs. Benjamin McGown. Howard E. Yeager,  Mrs. Isaac Clay, Haward Marigold, Mrs. Eliza A.Handwork, Mrs. Susanna Blott,  Martin Crum,  Almedus Lynn, Mrs. Almira Morse, Mrs. Peter Konzem, Nelson Corll, Mrs. Mary Alice Corll, Lydia Forney Corll. David Corll, Charles C. Corll,Helen Upole Kimmel,Viola G. Sheesley,

The above obituariies are at the end of this list:

PaulCrum: Paul Crum age 53 Oct.25,1897 to Sept.18,1951, was found hanging from the rafters in the garage of his Tippecanoe Road home Tuesday morning.  Dr. David Belinkym,county coroner, ruled the death a sucicide and said Crum had apparently hanged himself Sunday night. Born Oct. 25,1897. in Canfield Twp., he was the son of Austin and Lulu (Corll) Crum,  He had lived in the locality his entire life, where he farmed. He was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church in Cornersburg, OH.  Several cousins survive.  Funeral services were conducted Thursday afternoon at the Williams Funeral Home and burial made in the Zion Cemetery.  Burial Sept.20,1951 Cornersburg Lutheran Cemetery, Boardman Twp. Mahoning Co.,OH. (source: Mahoning Dispatchl Ref. J. Neff).

Clyde H. Corll: (source-Youngstown Vindicator Sat. Feb. 2,1945)  (Ref:B.Orr)  Clyde H.Corll, age 69, died of cerebral hemorrage at 9 p.m. Friday in the home of his son Raymond Corll of Tippicanoe Rd.  Mr. Corll was born in Canfield Twp. Oct.25,1876, a son of Nathan and Catherine Corll, He was a former foreman for the county highway dept. and a member of the Zion Lutheran Church of Cornersburg.  He leaves five daughters: Mrs. Neva Moore of Tippicanoe Rd.; Miss Vera Corll of E. Palestine; Mrs. Clarence Engberg of Mineral Ridge, Mrs. Joseph Chervony and Mrs. Logan Gatchell, both of Boardman; three sons: Vernon Corll and Harry Corll of Columbiana and Raymond of Tippicanoe and 13 grandchildren. Funeral aervics will be held at 2 pm in the Williams Funeral Home in Canfield.

Frank Corll: Frank Corll was born Nov.30,1848 in Cornersburg,OH, the son of Peter and Mary Alice (Rupright) Corll. He was a retired farmer and had lived in Cornersburg his entire life.  Mr. Corll was married in 1871 to Mary M. Lynn.  She died Mar. 17,1912.He was a member of the Reformed Church in Canfield,OH. and was widely known throughout the county. Besides his children he leaves five grandchildren and two great grandchildren,  Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 10:30 am at the Cornersburg Lutheran Church.  Rev.J.W.Kratz will officiate. Interment will be in the Canfield Mausoleum.  The body will be taken to the home of his daughter Mrs. James Smith on the Austintown-Canfield Road;Tuesday morning.  Nov.14,1926.

Mary Lynn Corll:  (source-Youngstown Vindicator Mon. Mar.18,1912)  Mrs. Mary Lynn Corll, age 58, wife of Frank Corll, died Monday at her home near Cornersburg,OH.  Survivors : C.C. Corll; Earl W. Corll; Mrs. J.A. Smith; Mrs. W.F. Creed of Hubbard. William Lynn of Boardman and Mrs. Louis Peters are brother and sister. Mrs. Corll was a member of the Zion Church in Canfield,  Her marriage occured in 1871. Funeral services Thursday from the Lutheran Church in Cornersburg.  Rev. W.J. Kratz officiating. Internment at Mausoleum in Canfield,OH.

Sarah Ann (Neff) Corll: (Ref. J.Neff)(source:Mahoning Dispatch-Mar.5,1926): Sarah Ann nee Neff, Mrs Cornelius John Corll, July 29,1853 to Feb.23, 1926  Mrs. Sarah A.Corll, 72, wife of Cornelius Corll, died last week at her home west of Smith Cirners after a long illness. She was an excellent woman and had many friends.  She is survived by her husband and one brother Eli Neff of Austintown.  Funeral services were held from the Smith Corners Evangelical Church of which she was a member with burial in the nearby cemetery.

Charles Corll:  (source-Mahoning Dispatch,Fri.May 24,1940) (Ref. J. Neff): Friends and neighbors were sorry to hear of the death of Charles Corll, 69, farmer and resident of Austintown Twp. all his life. who died Monday.  Mr. Corll was born inb Austintown Twp. Oct.14,1870 and married Jennie Gibbons Oct.20, 1894.  Besides his wife, he leaves two sons, Lewis of Wickliffe and Francis Corll of Smith Corners and two grandchildren,  He was the last member of his family. Funeral service was conducted Wednesday from the Williams Funeral Home in Canfield, (Interment is in the Smith Corners Cenetery, Row 16, May 22,1940). 

Jennie A.,nee Gibbons Corll  (Source-Mahoning Dispatch Fri. July 10,1942) (Ref. J.Neff):  Jennie A. Gibbons Corll Mar. 11,1876 to July 3,1942: 68y,3m, 23d.  Mrs. Charles Corll, 68, a lifelong resident of Smith Corners and vicinity, died of diabetes Friday in South Side unit of Youngstown Hospital after an illness of one year. Mrs. Corll was born in Beaver Twp. Mar.11,1876 and was a life member of the Smith Corners Evangelical Church. Her husband died two years ago.  Surviving are two sons Francis of Smith's Corners and Lewis H. of Youngstown,OH.,  two sisters: Mrs. William McGowan of Canfield TWP and Mrs. William Shaffer of Salem; two brothers Fred Gibbons of Salem and Brinton Gibbons of Beloit, and two grandchildren. Funeral services were held in the Smith Corner's Evangelical Church Monday afternoon. 

Lilah Mae Witherstine: (source:Youngstown VindicatornWed.Feb.19,1997)  Lilah Mae Witherstine,82, Austintown,OH of Forest Hill Drive, died Tuesday afternoon in Northside Medical Center.  Mrs.Witherstine was born Feb.9,1915 in Mattoon, ILL., a daughter of Edward and Nellie Knight.  She was a homemaker and a member of the Wickliffe Christian Church.  She leaves a husband Vernon, whom she marrried Oct.17,1975, a son Thomas T. Tyler of Herndon, VA; three daughters Mrs., Beverly A. Granite of Columbus; Mrs. Fae M. Terwilleger of Bowling Green,KY; and Mrs. Deborrah Richardson of Holts Summit, MO; five grandchildren and four great grandchildren.  Two half sisters and a brother are deceased.  Memorial services will be at 10 am Thursday in the church. Arrangements are by the Lane Funeral Home, Austintown,OH.

Mrs. Andrew Pantea: (source-Youngstown Vindicator, Sat. Sept. 26,1970)  Services will be held at 1:30 pm, Monday at the Lane Funeral Home, Austintown Chapel for Mrs. Lana V. Pantea, 56 of 148587 S. Madey. San Fernando,CA., who died Thursday in the Holy Cross Hospital, San Fernando. Mrs. Pantea was born Nov. 6, 1913, in Youngstown, a daughter of William J. and Nora (CORLL) Rupright. She was a member of the Wickcliffe Presbyterian Church.  Her husband Andrew died in 1966.  She leaves six sisters: Mrs. Ada Dobie of Salem. Mrs. Vera Critser of Sylmar,CA; Mrs. Hattie Jones of Burbank,CA.; Mrs. Virginia Conrad of San Francisco; and Mrs. Edna Neff and Mrs. Gladys Kochera .both of Granada Hill, CA; and three brothers: Carl Rupright of Austintownl Robert of Greenford; and Richard of North Hollywood,CA.

Francis F. Stroup  (Ref. Jennifer Neff): Francis F. Stroupo, 1869 to Oct.13,1910, North Jackson,OH, age 41 years, was fatally injured last Thursday evening at 9:40 o'clock by falling under a Pennsylvania passenger train at Alliance,OH.  Both legs were cut off above the ankles. He had started for Pittsburg.  The funeral was held Sunday from the M.E.Church at 11 o'clock. About 500 people attended. Burial was on Oct.16,1910 North Jackson Cem., North Jackson, Mahoning CO., OH

Harold Francis Stroup: (Ref. J. Neff) Harold Stroup, son of Francis Stroup, ca 1908 to Mar.31,1926, age 18. (Source: Mahoning Dispatch- April 9,1926): North Jackson,OH. Harold Stroup son of Francis Stroup died last Wednesday and was buried Saturday. He was sick two months with complications. He was born and reared here and had a wide circle of friends.  He leaves his mother.  His father (see above) was killed 15 years ago.  Burial was on Apr.3, 1926 in the North Jackson Cem., N.Jackson, OH.

Charlie Stroup (Ref.J. Neff; source Mahoning Dispatch July 17,1936) North Jackson: Charlie Stroup of Youngstown,OH ,son of Homer Stroup of this place, died Monday morning of complications.  Burial was July ,1936 North Jacksob Cem., N.Jackson, OH

Ella Stroup (ref. J. Neff; source Mahoning Dispatch Apr.28,1916) North Jackson: Ella nee Goldner, Mrs. Isaac Stroup died April 14,1916 in Kansas. Word was received on April 18th.  She formerly lived in this township but had lived in Kansas a number of years. She leaves her husband, Isaac Stroup, one son and several grandchildren in Kansas and a brother and other relatives of this place.

Susan nee Kistler Stroup: (source-Mahoning Dispatch Sept.18,1925; ref/ J.Neff): Mrs. Homer A. Stroup, Aug.19, 1862 to Sept., 1925, 73 years, died last week of complications at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R.M. Wehr, in Youngstown,Ohio. and funeral services were held from the Reformed Lutheran Church in this place(N.Jackson) Thursday afternoon with burial in the nearby cemetery. Deceased was born in Newton Falls, Aug.19,1862 and two years ago married to Homer A. Stroup of North Jackson which had been her home since marriage.  She was loved and respected by all who knew her.  She is survived by her husband and four childrenL Mrs. Mary Rose of Girard; Mrs. Ivy Wehr and Charles Stroup of Youngstown; Mrs. Clara Fowler of North Jackson; a sister Mrs. Lottie Beck and a brother Dallas Kistler of Newton Falls,  Burial was Sept.17,1925, North Jackson Cem. Sec.,4, row 3, North Jackson, Mahoning CO., OH.

William E. Stroup: (source-Mahoning Dispatch July 12,1912;  ref. J.Neff)  William E. Stroup, ca 1871 to July,1912, 41 years of age, Cleveland, OH. ; the body of William Stroup of Cleveland was brought to North Jackson for burial, Wednesday.  Death was due to Scarlet Fever, spinal meningitis and rheumatism.  Mr. Stroup was sick only a few days.  He was the son of H.A. Stroup and was 41 years of age.  Memorial services were held Sunday in the M.E. Church at 11 o'clock.  Burial was July 10,1912, North Jackson Cem., sec.2,row 16. N.Jackson.Mahoning CO., OH.

John W. Stroup (source=Warren Tribune Chronicle, Warren, OH Aug.29,1979) North Bloomfield-John W. Stroup, age 60, 2685 Kinsman Rd, NE (Greene TWP.) was pronounced dead on arrival at the Warren General Hospital at 8 pm Tuesday.  He was born Gec.25, 1918 in North Jackson, the son of Alvin E. and Anna Belle (Hamer)  Stroup.  A resident here 15 years, coming from Bazetta Twp., Mr. Stroup was employed as a crane operater by the Copperweld Steel Corp., Warren ,29 years, retiring in 1969.  He was a CB operator and his handle was "Uncle John."  He was a member of Western Reserve and 17 Alpha CB Clubs of Warren; Trumbull CO. Disabled Am. Vets Ch. 11; Greene VTW Post 3967 and Greene Twp. Fire,am's Association, and was an honorary member of the United Steelworkers Local 2245.  Mr. Stroup was an Army vet. of WWll. Survivors include his wife Ereawanna S.(Wheeler) Stroup; whom he married Feb.12, 1954; a son Kenneth D. Davis of San Antonio; a sister Mrs. Ralph (Ethel Mae) Kincaid if Warren; two brothers Evan of Lordstown and Thomas of Greene; and six grandchildren. A son and a grandson preceded him in death. Services will be Saturday at 1 pm at the Shafer-Winans and Love Funeral Home, Cortland.  Burial will be in the Greenlawn Cem.

Irvine Neff: (source-Youngstown Vindicator 9-15-1958; ref. J.Neff):  Irvine Neff, husband of Emma nee Kagrise,b.Feb. 27,1874 died Sept.12,1958; age 84. of 369 Arlington St., a retired self-employed carpenter, died at 2:15 pm Sunday at the Commodore Nursing Home., 1625 Allison Ave.  Mr. Neff was born Feb.27, 1874 in Austintown Twp., a son of George and Angeline (Corll) Neff and lived in this vicinity all his life.  He was a member of  the Boardman Christian Church and Youngstown Society for the Blind.  His wife, the former Emma Kagrise died in 1937.  He leaves a step-daughter Mrs. Carrie Samuels with whom he made his home; a brother Horace of Youngstown, and two step-brothers-Ivan and Arthur Neff, both of CA; two grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 om Wednesday at the Shriver-Allison North Side Funeral Home where friends may call from 7-9-pm Tuesday.  Burial Sept.17, 1958 New Four Nile Run Cem., Sec.3, row 2 Austintown Twp., Mahoning CO., OH

Clyde E. Corll: (Ref.Intelligencer : Lancaster.PA 4-27-2007;  Bob Orr): Clyde Corll,age 90, of Mt. Joy went home to be with the Lord on Wed.,Apr.25, 2007 at his residence.  Born in Youngstown,OH. he was the son of the late Clyde E. and Sarah (Brown) Corll..  Clyde was the husband of the late Maude (Buller) Corll who died in 2004. They were happily married for 38 years.  Clyde was an avid hunter and especially enjoyed hunting and walking in the Gold Mine area.  He also enjoyed fixing things up like bicycles for the neighborhood children.  Clyde was a jovial man with a great sense of humor and he loved to tell stories of his life.  He also enjoyed his cat  Sissy, and raising pigeons in his earlier years.  After 25 years as a weaver Clyde retired from the former Hoyt Wire Cloth Co., in Lancaster.  He loved life and will be sorely missed by everyone, but we know where he is walking in Heaven on the streets of gold.  He is survived by a sister-in-law Betty Corll of Harrisburg, a niece Donna, wife of Cere Galb of Mt.Joy, nephews Ron,husband of Geri Corll of Mt. Joy, Brian, husband of Donna Corll of Mechanicsburg, John Martin Corll of Mountville, two great nieces ; two great nephews, one great great niece, four sister-in-laws Elverta Kissinger, Pauline Waters, Jean Robinson, Margo Buller and many nieces and nephews on the Buller side of the family.  He was preceded in death by three brothers: George. Berwood and Jacob; and a sister Esther Kayler.Hellig Funeral Home; burial in Henry Eberle Cem.  in Mt.Joy.(last part edited)

John Carl: (source-Gratiot County Herald, Thur. Sept.1,1921)John Carl Jr.,one of the pioneer settlers of Seville Twp.,died at his home here Monday evening.  Mr. Carl has been in poor health for some time.  The funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at the Center Church conducted by the Rev.Tanner of Vestaburg and internment was made in the Center Cem.  He leaves a wife,six children and many other relatives and friends. (editor note of Paul R. Corll: John Carl was the son of John Corll,Jr. and Hannah Forney who from Austintown, Ohio migrated to Michigan.  The lineage in Ohio spell their surname CORLL instead of CARL.)

Jennie F. Carl: (source-Gratiot County Herald Oct.2,1941)  Aged Riverdale lady found dead.  Funeral services were held Saturday at the Seville Center Church for Mrs. Jennie F. Carl, 80. who died suddenly at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Richard Scramlin,.  Although Mrs. Carl had suffered several years with diabetes she had not been bedfast and had retired as usual Wednesday evening, but when her daughter went to her room Thursday morning, found that life had departed previously.  Mrs. Carl was born March 6,1861 and had spent her entire life in this locality, enduring all the hardships of the early days in rearing her family.  Her husband, John Carl, and one son Alph Carl, preceded her in death a number of years ago, and she has made her home with her daughter Mrs. Scramlin except a few months spent in the home of another daughter Mrs. Rodney Anderson.  Surviving are three sons: Will and Roy of Flint and Otto of Montcalm County; two daughters Mrs. Anna Anderson and Mrs. Iva Scramlin; a sister near McBain; a brother in Lansing, a number of grandchildren and other relatives and friends. Rev. Carleton R. Burkett of Alma gave an impressive sermon.  Internment was made in the Seville Center Cem.

Maude M. Corll,81, of 632 W.Main St., Mt. Joy,PA (source:Intelligencer Journal,Lancasrer,PA Mar.13,2004)-  Maude M. Corll died Friday at Pleasant View Retirement Community after a long illness.  A graduate of the former Maytown High School.she served in the U.S. Navy from 1943 to 45 and attained the rank of pharmacist mate third class,  She worked at the former Elizabethtown Crippled Children's Hospital and later owned and operated Bueller's Beauty Salon at her Mt. Joy home.  She became a homemaker after her marriage and was a member for more than 50 years of Glossbrenner United Methodist Church,Mt.Joy.   Her hobbies included bingo and reading.  Born in East Donegal Twp. ,she was the daughter of the late Harold and Maude (Sherk) Butler.  She was married more than 36 years to Claude E. Corll.  Surviving besides her husband are five sisters: Elverta Kissinger; and Marion Gerlitzki-both of Maytown and Pearl Miller, Pauline Waters and Jean Robinson, all of Mt. Joy and a brother Merle married to Dorothy (Margo) Marks Buller of Mt. Joy, . She was preceded in death  by three sisters: Jeanette Heisey, Ethel Maurer and Elizabeth Butler and five brothers: Theodore, William, Harold, Carl and Emlen Buller,

Sallie A. "Sadie" nee Neff Laughlin A. "Sadie"nnee Neff Langhlin: source-Youngstown Vindicator Nov.2, 1955: Ref. Jennifer Neff): Sadie Neff April 15, 1870 to Oct.30, 1955, 85y 8m, 15 d.   85 years of age, of 336 W. Rayen Ave., a life long resident of the Youngstown vicinity died of infirmities at 11:35 PM Sunday at her residence following a long illness. Mrs. Laughlin was born April 15, 1870 in Austintown, OH, a daughter of George and Angeline Corll Neff.  Her husband James died 40 years ago. She leaves two brothers:Horace and Irvin Neff of Youngstown, and a niece.  Funeral Services will be held at 1 pm Tuesday at the funeral home: Fox Funeral Home where friends may call this evening. Burial will be in the Four Mile Run Cem., Austintown Twp., Mahoning CO, OH  (editors note: Sadie's parents were George and Angeline CORLL Neff. The parents of Angeline were John Jr. and Hanna (Forney) Corll)

Harry F."Speedy" Butzer, 85,Youngstown:  (source: Youngstown Jan.9,1971:Harry Butzer of 830 Glacier Heights Road was pronounced dead of a heart attack at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the South Side Hospital after he became ill at home while mowing his lawn.  Mr. Butzer was born Feb. 8, 1886 in Youngstown, a son of Herman F. and Anna Butzer, He was a retired carpenter and former member of the Woodland Avenue Lutheran Church.  Besides his wife, the former Mae Corll, whom he married Nov. 25,1913, he leaves three daughters: Mrs. Marie Norris and Mrs. Barbara Hineman of Youngstown, and Mrs. William B. Davis of West Palm Beach, FL and three grandchildren.  Services will be held at 2 pm Friday ath the Lane Funeral Home, Austintown Chapel where friends may call from 7 to 9 pm Thursday.(editpr's note: Lydia Mae Corll was the daughter of Martin Corll and Laura Etta (Flick) Corll.  Martin was the son of David and Lydia Forney Corll of Austintown, OH)

Charles Edward Corll: (source-St.Louis Press, Jun.1,1961)  Charles Edward Corll, 76, died early Wednesday at the home of his son Edward, 523 S. Mill Street.  Services will be held Friday, June 2,at 1 PM from the Carter Funeral Home with Rev. William DesAutels officiating. Burial will be in the Seville Center Cem., Gratiot CO.  Surviving are four sons: Edward, Harry and Forest, all of Saint Louis and George of Flint two daughters, Mrs. Marie krotzer of Midland and Mrs. Betty Kovac of Beebe and nineteen grandchildren.  (editpr's note:Charles was the son of Gideon C. Corll and Elizabeth Heinstzelman of Austintown,OH who migrated to Gratiot CO, MI.  Gideon was the son of John Corll Jr. and Hannah Forney Corll.)

Mrs. Charles Corll: (source- Gratiot CO Hearld May 20, 1948): Mrs. Charles Corll was buried on Sunday.  Funeral services were held at 2:30 PM Sunday at the Crandel Funeral Home for Mrs; Charles E. Carl..62, who died Thursday following a six week's illness at her home in on North Delaware Street.  The Rev. Lester Morford officiated and burial was in the French Cem. in Seville Twp.  Alta Button, daughter of Joseph and Eveline Button was born in New York State Oct. 3,1886 and ca moved with her parents to Gratiot CO. as a small child.  She was married to Charles Edward Carl  on Nov.17, 1905 and they made their home on a farm near Riverdale until coming to St. Louis in 1930.  Surviving are the husband, two daughters Mrs. Gerald Krote of Midland, and Betty Carl  at home, five sons: George Carl of Flint, Edward , Howard, Harry and Forest all of St.Louis; 18 grandchildrenl one brother Burt A. Button of Lansing one sister, Mrs. Eugene Crum of Crystal,Mrs. Carl was a member of the Church of God.  (editor's note:  The surname of the Corlls who migrated to Michigan was spelled CARL,  These are relatives and have direct lineage to those CORLLS living in Mahoning CO.,OH in the 19th century. Their decendants continue to use the CARL spelling).

Peter Corll: (source-newspaper clipping found in the Peter Corll Bible in the possession of Homer Corll): Peter Corll, a highly respected pioneer citizen, died at his residence last Friday of infirmities attendant upon old age.  He was born in Austintown Twp., Aug. 22,1817 consequently age 87 years.  He was married to Miss Sarah Rupright in 1839.  Seven children were born to them: five boys and two girls:  William of Riverdale CA; Henry of Ellwell, MI; Frank and Levi of Cornersburg; Freeman of Fruitport ,MI; Mrs. Peter Moyer of Champion; and Mrs. A Wehr who died several years ago.  Mr. Corll was a member of the Zion Reformed Church and was held in the highest esteem by all who knew him.Funeral services will be held Monday, first at the house and later at the Zion Church with internment in the Zion Cem.  (editor's note: church and cem. is in Canfield,OH)

Eunice Corll:(source-Orlando Senterel, Orlando,Fl  Sept.25,1987) (Ref.:Bob Orr): Eunice Corll,80,RR#3 Silver Springs,died Wed.  Born in Allen,KY she moved to Silver Springs, in May after living in DeLand for 15 years.  She was a member of the Praise Church, Ocala. Survivors:daughter Billie J. Morgan, Negley,OH; Bobbie D. Thacker, Kendellville,IN; Betty L.Curtis,Owenton.KY; Phyllis Browning, Silver Springs; John Ward Jr. Kendellville, Jack L. E Ward, Holly Hill; Steve R. Ward, Baltimore,MD.        Allen-Summerhill Funeral Home, DeLand,FL

Mrs. Virginia Mae Corll  (source-Youngstown Vindicator,OH Dec.30,1967- Ref. Bob Orr):  Funeral services will be held at 2:30 PM Monday in the Jerusalem Lutheran Church in Columbiana for Mrs. Virginia Mae Corll, 59, of New Buffalo Rd., Columbiana, who died at 9:15 am Friday at the Salem City Hospital where she had been a patient for eight weeks.  Mrs. Corll was born Dec. 5,1908, in Youngstown, a daughter of William E. and Alta (Norris) Bancroft. She was a member of the church.  She was a past president of the Loyalty Women's Circle; past president of the Jerusalem Church Women; and was a teacher in the church Sunday school. She was also a member of the Tippecanoe Altruistic Club.  Besides her husband Raymond, to whom she was married in 1928, she leaves two sons, Raymond E. of Columbiana and Robert W. of Canfield; her step-mother Mrs. Helen Bancroft of Youngstown, three sister:Mrs. Randall Glenn of Columbus, Mrs. William Cummings and Mrs. Harold Wehr, both of Canfield; two brothers Norman Bancroft of Kent and William Bancroft of Canfield and four grandchildren.  Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at the Williams Funeral Home in Canfield,OH.

Gene Calvin Witherstine (source-Warren Tribune Chronicle 8-3-1955 ; ref. Bob Orr): Gene Witherstine ,Mineral Ridge,OH. ,27, a farmer, resident of N.Jackson, died at 11:30 AM Monday in the St.Petersburg ,FL Veterans Hospital, where he had been a patient for one week. Death was caused by complications.  Born in N. Jackson,OH, Sept. 22,1927, he was the son of Clinton and Pearl (CORLL) Witherstine, and had lived in Sebring,FL for the past year.  He served with the U.S. Army for five months and was given a medical discharge in 1946.  Mr. Witherstine was a member of the Disabled American Veterans in Youngstown,OH.  He leaves his parents in Florida; two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Grier of Youngstown, and Mrs. Wanda Spencer of N. Jackson,OH. and two brothers Lamar of Youngstown and Vernon of Mineral Ridge.  Services will be held at the Lane Funeral Home at 1:30 PM Saturday. Friends may call there Friday evening.

Nora V. Rupright (source:Warren Tribune Chronicle Apr.9,1951; ref. Bob Orr) Mrs. Nora V. Ruprigt,67,5235 Kirk Road, Youngstown, died Sunday at 10:45 AM at her home of complications after an illness of four months.  She was born Aug.9, 1884, in Austintown Twp, the daughter of Martin and Etta CORLL.  She was a member of the Smith Corners Evangelical Church.  Survivors include her husband William, three sons: Carl of Niles, Robert of Youngstown, and Richard at home; seven daughters: Mrs. Lena Pantea of Youngstown, Mrs. Vera Sheppard and Mrs. Ada Rupright, both of Salem and Mrs. Hattie Jones of Hollywood,CA; two sisters,Mrs. Pearl Witherstine of N. Jackson and Mrs May Butzer of Youngstown, three brothers:Homer of Canfield, and Emery and Arthur of Youngstown ,  Homer of Canfield, and eight grandchildren. Services will be held Wednesday.

Mrs. William John Rupright( source Mahoning Dispatch Apr. 13,1951)  Mrs. Nora V. Rupright, b.Aug. 9, 1893 and d. Apr.8, 1951, 51y, 7m, 39d, age 57,Austintown Twp., died at her home on Kirk Road Sunday morning  after an illness of several months.  Born Aug.9,1893, in Austintown Twp., she was a daughter of Martin and Etta (Flick) CORLL and was a member of the Smith Corners' Evangelical Church. Surviving are her husband William, seven daughters: Mrs. Vera Sheppard, and Mrs. Ada Rupright, both of Salem; Mrs. Lena Pantea, Mrs. Edna Neff and Mrs. Virginia Conrad all of Youngstown, Mrs. Hattie Jones of Hollywood,CA and Mrs. Gladys Kochera at home; two sisters Mrs. Pearl Witherstine of N. Jackson and Mrs. May Butzer of Youngstown; three brothers Homer Corll of Canfield, Arther and Emory Corll, both of Smith Corners and eight grandchildren.

Mary A. nee Murray Neff: (source-YoungstownVindicator June 25,1956; Ref Jennifer Neff)Mrs. Mary A Neff, 85, of 1071 Manley Ave., died of arteriosclerosis at 4:40 am Sunday at her home. Mrs. Neff was born Nov.7, 1879 in Ohltown, a daughter of Patrick and Catherine         (Schrum) Murray, and was a lifelong resident of Youngstown district.  She was a member of Epsworth Methodist Church.  Her husband,George C.died in 1923.She leaves a son,George H., and a daughter ,Mrs. Harry Johnson, both of Youngstown,OH.  , one grandchild, one great grandchild and one great great grandchild. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 PM Wed. at the Shriver-Allison North Side Funeral Home where friends may call from 7 to 8 pm Tues.  Burial, June 27,1956 in the New Brunstetter Cem., row 29, Austintown Twp., Mahoning CO., OH (picture of tombstone: George C. 1877-1923; mother Mary A. 1870 to 1956)

Carole Evelyn "Caroline" nee Beard Neff-Aug.25, 1899 to July 15,1971, 71 years, 10 mo., 21 days(source-Youngstown Vindicator july 16,197; transcribed-Jennifer Neff): Mrs. Howard (Carole) Neff, 71, of Massillon State Hospital, died of pneumonia at 9:30 PM Thursday at the hospital.  Mrs. Neff was born Aug.25,1899 in Calla, a daughter of Burton and Estella (Rohrbaugh) Beard, and resided in New Buffalo,OH before she went to the hospital.  She has resided at the hospital the past 25 years and was a member of the Paradise Lutheran Church of New Buffalo.  Her husband ,Howard, to whom she was married in 1921, preceded her in death.  She leaves two brothers: Arthur Beard of Youngstown and Ray Beard of Columbiana.  Funeral services will be held at 2:30 pm Sunday at the Warrick Funeral Home Columbiana, where friends may call from 7-9 pm Saturday.  Burial will be at the church cemetery. Burial: July 18,1971, Paradise Lutheran Cem., row 2,Beaver Twp., Mahoning CO., OH

Harold E "Hap" Pugh Jr. ,69, formerly of Youngstown, died Fri. (source:Youngstown Vindicator:Mar.1,2006; Ref. Diane)  He was the beloved husband of 46 years of Carole W. (Baird) Pugh[ the loving father of Debbie (Bob) Geiner of Saxonburg,PA and Diane (Jeff) "Henry" Rostron of Gibsonia,PA and cherished grandfather of Katie, Ben and Jessi Grenier.  Hap was a U.S. Army veteran with a fascination of the Civil War and WW II aircraft. He was a regional salesman of manufacturing and mining equipment for 20 years prior to his becoming a hotel clerk for Best Inn, formerly Econo Lodge in Wexford for 20 years.  Hap was a lifetime member of Sulgrave Masonic Lodge, No 696 in Youngstown and a volunteer for 12 years in the Heart to Heart" Program at Allegheny General Hospital of Pittsburgh, where he would counsel patients preparing for or recuperating  from heart surgery.  Hap was a man who had many varied interests such as studying genealogy, hunting, fishing, bowling, and enjoying time with his grandchildren.  Friends will be received from 2 to 4 PM and 7-9 PM today at N.P.Brandt Funeral Home Inc., 1032 Perry Hwy., Pittsburgh,PA 15237, where funeral services will be at 11 am Tuesday, Internment will be private.

Eugene "Gene" Millington Thompson (ref. Blanche Donavan): born July 26,1908, died on Sept. 23,1998.  He was my father's brother and the son of James and Lena Thompson.  He married Neva Bacon.  The funeral sheet indicated that he was the grandfather of Sherry, Gina and Susan and the great-grandfather of Nivole, Dustin, Kelly and Taylor. Funeraol services were held on Friday, September 25, 1998 at 2:00 pm at the Geo. M. Wittich-Lewis Funeral Home, 2907 Mulberry Ave., Muscatine,Iowa. (Kathleen Thompson Knutson's husband was the vocalist.  Internment was at the Greenwood Cem. in Muscatine,IA.  (Neva is still at the nursing home where they both resided but I understand that memory has completely failed her.  Ardin is at another nursing home. He was well aware that Uncle Gene died but seemed to be handling it rather well. (Ref. Blanch Donovan)

Roger W. Baldwin (source-funeral card) (Ref. Blanch Donovan): Roger was born Dec.3,1918, d. July 16,1998, Clarence,IA.  Funeral held at the United Methodist Church, Clarence, on Saturday, July 18,1998. at 10:30 AM conducted by Rev. Anita M. Johnson, Pallbearers were Eric Baldwin, Chris Fuller, Chad Fuller, (all grandchildren) and Larry Russell., Kent Stout, and Melvin Husselbusch.  The honorary Pallbearer was Art Holub.  Paul Knudtson (soloist) and Kathleen Knudtson (accompanist) provided music.  This was Clarence and Ione Thompson"s daughter Kathleen and her husband.  Sally Sawyer was the organist.  Internment was at the Clarence Cem.. Arrangements by Chapman Funeral Home.

Clyde Carl: (ref. Bob Orr): Rites being held for Crash Victims-St.Louis, honoring youths killed in collision near Shepherd-St.Louis. Funeral services were to be conducted today and Sunday for the two victims of an accident involving their automobile and an Ann Arbor freight at the notorious "Death Crossing" near Shepherd Thursday night.  Services for Clyde Corll,19, driver of the car, which rammed into the freight train, were being conducted this afternoon at the Crandell Funeral Home.  Rev. David B. Moore officiated and burial was to be in the French Cem., Seville Twp.  Clyde Carl was born Jan. 8,1918 in Seville and moved to St.Louis in 1933.  He leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carl, two sisters and four brothers:Edward Carl of Flint, and Harvard, Harry and Forest at home.

Lucinda CORLL Porter (source-Youngstown Vindicator-May 12,1924;  Ref. Bob Orr): Mrs. Lucinda (Corll) Porter,age 80, the widow of Sylvanus Porter, died at 11:45 Sunday night from a cerebral hemmorrage and complications. She had been in failing health for several weeks.  Born at Cornersburg, Nov.5,1843 to Samuel and Elizabeth (Wehr) Corll, pioneer farmers of the community, Mrs. Porter had resided in this district her entire life.  On Aug. 9,1870, she was united in marriage to Sylvanus S. Porter, he having preceded her in death a number of years ago,  Highly regarded by her many acquaintences in the county where she had lived so long, her death will bring great sorrow.  She had been a life long member of the Zion Reformed Church. One brother,Wallace Corll survives.  The funeral will be held at the residence at 2 pm Wednesday, burial in the Zion Cem.. Please omit flowers.

Robert L.Corll (source-Sharon Hearld May 24,1974;  ref.Bob Orr):  Robert L. Corll of 395 Rogers Road, Vienna, died at 12:05 pm Monday 5-20-74) in St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Youngstown, after suffering a heart attack earlier while at work at the Commercial Shearing and Stamping Co. in Youngstown.  He was 58.  Mr. Corll was born in Cornersburg, OH Nov.15,1915 to Fred and Louise Corll.  He had lived in Vienna area the past 35 years and attended the Vienna Presbyterian Church.  He was a WW II veteran.  Surviving are his widow, the former Gladys Tidd whom he married 35 years ago and a brother Randall of Akron,OH  He was buried in the Pine View Cem., Warren,OH

Harry R. Crum (source-Youngstown Vindicator July 5,1961; Ref. Bob Orr) Harry R. Crum,65, of R.D. 2, Canfield, died of a heart ailment at 1 am Tuesday at Crile Veterans' Hospital, Cleveland, after a ten month illness.  Mr. Crum was born Aug.25,1895, in Austintown, a son of Martin and Harriet CORLL Crum, and had lived in Austintown all of his life. He was employed at the U.S. Steel Corp. before retirement.  He was a member of the Canfield Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses and a WWI Veteran.  Besides his wife, the former Lulu Mae Yeager, whom he married in 1921,Mr Crum leaves two daughters: Mrs. Edward Hall of Canfield and Mrs. Michael Ragghanti of Youngstown.  Funeral services will be held at 3 pm, Friday at the Austintown Chapel of Lane Funeral Home where friends may call from 7 to 9 pm Thursday.

Martin Corll (source-Youngstown Vindicator Dec. 16, 1927; Ref. Bob Orr) Martin Corll, age 67 years, a lifelong resident of this community, died at 8:30 pm Wednesday, at his home on the Raccoon Road, after an illness of several months of heart trouble.  He is survived by seven children, Clyde E., Arthur and Mrs. Nora Rupright of Austintown; Mrs. Pearl Witherstine of N. Jackson; Mrs. May Butzer of Youngstown; Homer and Emery at home.  Funeral will be held Saturday at two pm at the Zion Reformed Church at Canfield, of which Mr. Corll was a member. Rev. Glessner will officiate. Burial will be in the Canfield Cem.

Mrs. Etta Corll (source-Youngstown Vindicator Sept.16, 1907; Ref. Bob Orr) Mrs. Etta Corll, aged 36 years, died Monday morning at the City Hospital after a bried illness from tuberculosis.  A husband and seven children survive her.  The funeral will be held  Wednesday from the Zion Church at Corll's Corner, the late home of the deceased.

Laura Etta Flick Corll (source-Mahoning Dispatch Sept.20, 1907; Ref. Diane) Laura Etta (Flick) Corll an excellent abd well-known woman of the township, 36 y,7m,28d, died Monday morning at her home on the Raccoon Road of consumption from which she had suffered since the first of the year, age 36 years, . He maiden name was Flick.  She is survived by her husband, four sons and three daughters.  Funeral services ,conducted by Rev., J.C. Schaaf from Zion Reformed Church, north of Canfield, Wed. afternoon were largely attended. Burial in Zion Cem.

Harriet nee Corll Neff 9source-Mahoning Dispatch Mar.4,1932; ref. Jennifer Neff)  Home Happenings: Mrs. Harriet Corll Crum,71, whose home was on the Austintown-Canfield Road, widow of Martin Crum, died at 10 o'clock last Friday night in the St, Elizabeth Hospital, Youngstown where she was taken two days previous suffering from uremic poisoning, which caused her death, although she had been in failing health the past three years.  She was born in Austintown Twp, where most of her life was spent.  He husband died eight years ago.  When quite young she united with the Zion Reformed Church,Canfield merged two years ago with the Austintown Community Church, and was a faithful attendant while health permitted.  She leaves one son,Harry Crum,at home ;one sister Mrs. Elizabeth Neff, Youngstown and three brothers Charles, Jefferson and Cornelious,,all of Austintown Twp.  Funeral services held from the Williams Funeral Home, N.Broad St. at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon were conducted by Rev. Charles Lang, Austintown.  Internment in Zion Cem., north of the village.

Alfred Corll (source-Mahoning Dispatch Feb. 24, 1882; ref. Jennifer Neff) Alfred Corll, h/o Janette "Nettie" nee Young, md Feb 21,1878, born July 29,1845, died Jan. 25, 1882; 36y,5m,27d, died at his father;s residence in Canfield Twp. Jan 25, 1882, aged 36 yars, 5 months, 27 days.  In the death of Brother Corll, the Zion Reformed Church at Canfield has lost one of her most esteemed members.  He united with the church some years ago with a number of others and took an interest in its welfare until his death, although of late he was unable to attend.The last words spoken by him were "I hope to meet you all in Heaven" Alfred Corll s/o M/M Samuel and Elizabeth Corll was a beloved son of his parents and brother of the entire family, and an affectionate husband.  May God raise up others who will take his place in the community and in the church, for his example was a good one for all.  May the blessings of God fall in copious showers upon the bereaved widow and her child, who are thus early called upon to mourn his departure. Peace be unto his ashes.  Text of the funeral discourse was from Philip 1st Ch,21st verse. The following hymn was sung at the funeral: Sweet is when Christians die, when holy souls retire to rest; How gently leaves the expiring breath- so gently shuts the eye of the day; so dies a wave along the shore. "Triumphant smiles the victor's brow; Fanned by guardiian angel's wing; Oh Gravel! Where is thy victory now? And where, O'Death! Where is thy sting?"  Rev. J.B. Zumpe. Burial Jan 1882, Old North Cem., Old Section,Row 6, Canfield, Mahoning CO,OH.

John Corll (source-Newspaper-Youngstown July 25, 1951;  Ref-Bob Orr)  Funeral services will be held at 1 pm Thursday in the Williams Funeral Home,Canfield, for John Corll, age 54, of RD#1, Poland who died of injuries received in an automobile accident, June 29.  Born in Canfield TWP Aug 29, 1896, he was a son of Andrew and Agnes Zedaker Corll.  Mr. Corll was truck driver for John Mesmer excavator.  During WW II, he was with the 180th Engineers stationed at Camp Maxey,TX.  Mr. Corll leaves two daughters: Miss Merle Corll of Youngstown and Mrs. Virginia (Lynn) Wiseman of Toledo; and one sister  Mrs. Clara (Charles) Held of London,OH.  The family will meet frienfs Wednesday evening at the funeral home.

 (source-SanDiego Union-Tribune Sept.1, 2000) (ref. Bob Orr) James Edward Loncoy, 68, of Escondido died Saturday.  He was born in Kent,OH. Mr. Longcoy was retired after employment as an electrictian with Southern Contracting Co. and served in the Army Signal Corps in 1951.  He belonged to the San Diego Shrine and Consuelo Lodge 325 in Escondido.  Survivors include his wife Helen L. Loncoy; son Larry A. Lomcoy of Manchester,NH; stepson Jerry Roberts of New Orleans; brother Richard Longcoy of Landsdale,PA; two grandchildren and three great grandchildren. (editor's note: His parents were Edward and Ethel Mildred (Held) Corll.)

Wallace W. Corll (source-Youngstown Vindicator Jan.23, 1932;  ref. Bob Orr):The funeral of Wallace W. Corll, aged 75 years, who died Thursday after a long illness, will be held in the Methodist Church Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Rev.Land and Rev. G.C. Cornell officiating.  Burial in the Zioned Reformed Cem.  (editor's note: Parents were Samuel and Barbara Ellen (Fullwiler) Corll)

Andrew Corll (source-Youngstown Vindicator Mar.14,1917; ref. Bob Orr):  Andrew Corll, 14 Knox Street, died at St.Elizabth Hospital at 2 pm Tuesday of pneumonia.   Deceased was born in Cornersburg sixty years ago, and had resided in Youngstown and vicinity all his life.  He was well known as one of the most successful farmers in the district.  Surviving are the following children: Mrs. Clara Ella (Clarence) Held,city; Mrs. Mary Ellen (Clo) Bishop of West Austintown; and Eva Corll of this city; and one sister Alice who married John Smith of New Middletown.  Funeral services will be held Friday at 10 am at the Lutheran Cgurch at Cornersburg and internment in the Cornersburg Cem. (editor's note: ( Andrew died 3-13-1917; parents were Reuben and Rebecca "Peggy" (Byhr) Corll)

Mrs. Catherine Corll (source-Youngstown Vindicator July 30,1917; ref. Bob Orr): Mrs. Catherine Corll, widow of the late Nathan Corll, died at 9:30 pm Sunday at the home of her daughter Mrs. Austin Crum, south of Cornersburg, following a seven month's illness with cancer.  The deceased was born September 16,1851 in Jackson Twp., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, and had spent her entire lifetime there and in Cornersburg.  Surviving her are four children:Mrs. Austin Crum, Clyde Corll, Mrs. Fred Greier and Fred Corll and the following brothers and sisters: Frank Smith of Austintown, Eli Smith if Iowa, Charles Smith,City, Jerry Smith of CA; Mrs. Paul Keck,Columbiana, Mrs. Ernest of this city.  Mrs. Corll was a devoted member of the Cornersburg Lutheran Church and was well known for her exemplary Christian character and high ideals.  Funeral services will be conducted at 2 pm Wednesday at the Cornersburg Lutheran Church with the Rev. William J. Kratz in charge.  Internment will be made in the Cornersburg Cem.

Lulu Crum  (source-ref. Bob Orr): Mrs. Lulu Crum dies after  years of illness., wife of Austin Crum, a lifelong resident of Canfield Twp.,died at her home near Cornersburg at 9 pm Saturday of diabetes following an illness nearly five years.  She was born in Canfield twp My 9, 1871, a daughter of Nelson and Catherine S. Strock and had resided in the near vicinity of her nativity her entire life, being widely known and highly regarded and revered by a vast legion of friends in that vicinity.  A devoted member of the Cornersburg Lutheran Church, Mrs. Crum had for years taken a prominent part in all church activities.  She was married 31 years ago and beside her husband is survived by two children: Capitola and Paul Crum, both at home.  A brother and sister survive: Clyde Corll, Canfield and Mrs. Fred Grier,city. Funeral services will be held at the home at 1:30 PM Wednesday and at the Lutheran church at Cornersburg at 2 o'clock with Rev. W.J. Kratz officiating. Burial in the Lutheran Cem. at Cornersburg.

Austin M. Crum (source- Youngstown Vindicator Nov.15,1949; ref. Bob Orr):Austin M. Crum .aged 85, of 4848 Tippicanoe Road, died at 8;10 PM Monday in the St. Elizabeth Hospital following a stroke. He had been ill one week.  Born Dec. 22,1863 in Austintown Twp. Mr. Crum was a son of Solomon and Mary Ann Crum. A farmer,he lived all his life in this vicinity.  He was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church of Cornersburg.  His wife, the former Lulu Strock, whom he married Feb. 10, 1892, died 27 years ago.  Mr. Crum leaves a daughter, Capitola and a son Paul both at home; two sisters, Mrs. Annis Borts and Mrs. Bessie McMullin and two brothers Charles and Elton, all of Youngstown.  Funeral services will be held at 2 pm Thursday at the Williams Funeral Home where friends may call Wednesday evening.

Clyde E. Corll (Ref. Bob Orr): Clyde E. Corll, 47, 218 S. Barbara St., Mt. Joy,PA, died of complications at 7:45 PM Sunday in the Lancaster County Hospital.  He was an iron worker and before moving to Mt. Joy, eight years ago, resided in Youngstown, OH.  He is survived by his wife, Sarah B. Zeller, the following children: Esther B. ,wife of Leroy Kaylor,of Mt. Joy; George B., Clyde E. Jr., E. Berwood and Jacob R., all at home; the following brothers and sisters: Pearl-wife of Clinton Witherstine,N.Jackson,OH; Nora-wife of William Rupright, Smith Corners,OH; May-wife of Harry Butzer,Youngstown,OH.; Homer Corll,Greenford,OH; Emery Corll,Smith Corners,OH and Arthur Corll of West Austintown,OH.  Services will be held at 2 pm Wednesday at the Sheets Funeral Home,Mt. Joy, with internment in the Henry Eberle Cem.,Mt. Joy. Friends may call from 7 to 9 pm Tuesday at the funeral home.

Mrs. Sarah (Zeller) Corll (source-Youngstown Vindicator Mar.10,1967; Ref. Bob Orr): Mrs. Sarah (Zeller) Corll, 81, formerly of Youngstown,OH died at 11:20 am Thursday at Pleasant View Rest Home in Manheim,PA, near her home at 218 South Barbara St., Mt. Joy,PA after a long illness.  Mrs. Corll lived in Youngstown 18 years, leaving here in 1931. She was born in Mt. Joy May 30,1885, a daughter of John B.S. and Emma (Brown) Zeller. She was a member of St. Lukes Episcopal Church in Mt. Joy and was active in its choir,  She was known in the international Correspondants Club, Her husband Clyde E. Jr. died about 1931.  She leaves a daughter, four sons, a sister and brother, grandchildren and one great grandchild.  Funeral services will be held at 3:30 pm Sunday at the James B.Helig Funeral Home, 21 West Main St.,Mt. Joy,PA

George B. Corll (Source-Lancaster New Era; ref.Bob Orr) George B. Corll ,80, of 230 North Hanover St.,Elizabethtown, died this morning at the University Hospital, Hershey Medical Center, after a long illness.  He was the husband of Betty M. (Heiber) Corll.  The couple observed their 54th wedding anniversary in March.  Corll retired in 1976 from the Letterkenny Army Depot in Chambersburg where he was a missile systems  repairman for nine years.  He had worked in the same field at the former Olmsted Air Force Base in Middletown from 1952 to 1967.  he was an U.S. Army veteran of WWII and was a member of American Legion Conewago Post 329 and Fred Barley Post 5667, veterans of Foreign Wars, both of Elizabethtown.  Born in Mt. Joy he was the son of the late Clyde E. and Sarah B. (Zeller) Corll. Surviving, in addition to his wife, are three sons: Ronald C.-husband of Geri Corll of Elizabethtown; J.Martin of Selinsgrove and Brian E.- husband of Donna Corll of mechanicsburg; a daughter Donna L.Felix of Elizabethtown; four grandchildren, a brother Clyde E. Jr.,husband of Maude Corll of Mt. Joy, and a sister Esther Kaylor of Brea,CA

(editor's note: George born 9-15-1915; died 4-4-1995)   

  Homer F. Corll (source-Journal Gazette Nov. 7,1972) Homer F. Corll, 82, Zanesville, died at 11:50 am yesterday in Lutheran Hospital. A retired carpenter, he was a member of the Zanesville Church of God.  Surviving are his wife, Gertrude, two sons Arnold in Pasadena,TX, and Myron , Huntington; a brother R.D. Corll, Indianapolis; six grandchildren and four great grandchildren.  Services will be at 2 pm Thursday in the Zanesville Church of God, the Rev. John Beckler officiating.  Burial will be in Hoverstock Cem,  Friends may call at the Elzey Funeral Home, from 7 to 9 pm, today, from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 pm Wednesday, and after 1 pm at the church on Thursday.

Mrs. Leona (CORLL) Pugh ( source-Youngstown Vindicator Mar.9, 1947;  ref.Diane): Mrs. Leona (Corll) Pugh, age 28, of 3659 Lynnhaven Rd., died at noon Saturday in the Mahoning Tuberculosis Sanatorium,  Mrs. Pugh was born Nov. 29,1918 in Cornersburg, a d/o Howard and Grace (Styers) Corll.  She was employed at the Lordstown Ordinance Depot during the war.  She leaves her husband, Harold E. Pugh, whom she married in 1935, a son Harold E.Jr. and her mother.  Funeral services will be held at 1:30 pm Tuesday in the Davidson & Bennett Funeral Home, where friends may call this afternoon and evening and Monday night.

Mary K.Tarr (source-News Banner, Wells,Ind., Feb.21,2004)  Mary K. Tarr, 88, a former Zanesville resident, died at 11:25 am on Friday, Oct. 17 at Parkview Huntington Hospital.  Born in Ft. Wayne on Jan. 14,1915 to Joesph P. and Effie May (Myers) Corll she married Guy Edwin Tarr in 1938; he died Sept. 17, 1972.  A homemaker, she had worked at  the General Electric Supercharger plant in Ft. Wayne during WWII, and retired in 1978 after working at the Lutheran Hospital cafeteria for many years.  She was a lifetime member of the First Church of God in Zanesville where she served for many years as organist and pianist. She was active in many church functions including the Women's Christian Service Council, the sewing circle and prayer chains.  Survivors include two sons: Larry Tarr of Huntsville,AL and Leon Tarr of El Segundo,CA; three grandchildren and one great-grandchild.  She was preceded in death by a sister, Mrs. Evelyn Schwartz.  Services were held this morning at Myers Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Larry Elder officiating.  Internment in Hoverstock Cem. in Zanesville,  Preferred memorials to the church.

Howard J.Corll (source-Youngstown Vindicator Sept.27,1956; Ref. Bob Orr): Howard J. Corll, 63, of Riblet Road, a lifelong resident of the Cornersburg area, was pronounced dead at South Side Hospital at 8:15 pm Wednesday of a heart attack.  Mr. Corll was born in Austintown Twp. July 29,1893, a son of Levi and Lucy (McKelvey) Corll. He was a retired carpenter.  Mr. Corll leaves a sister, Mrs. Mark Wehr of Youngstown, and a grandson.  Funeral services will be held 2 pm Saturday, at the Williams Funeral Home, where friends may call Friday evening.

Evelyn E.(Corll) Schwartz (source-Obituary Daily Times.Huntington Herald Press, Mar. 14,2000;  Ref. Bob Orr): Evelyn, 89, Huntington, IN., a resident of the Community Care Center, Huntington, died at 3:30 AM Tuesday, Mar. 14,2000, at Huntington Memorial Hospital.  Mrs. Schwartz was a homemaker.  She was a member of Zanesville Church of God where she had been the pianist for many years.  She was a 1929 graduate of East Union Center High School, in Wells County.  She was born Jan. 29,1911 in Wells CO to Joseph & Effie (Motz) Corll,  On Nov. 27, 1935 in Zanesville, she married Paul M. Schwartz.  Her husband died July 16, 1979.  Survivors include a son, Jerry L. Schwartz of Huntington, a sister Mary Tarr of Zanesville; two granddaughters and six great grandchildren. Calling is 2-4 pm and 6-8 pm Thursday at Myers Funeral Home,Huntington Chapel where services will be held at 10 am Friday with Pastor Larry Elder and Pastor Ralph Thornton officiating.  Burial will be at Hoverstock Cem., Zanesville.  Memorial contributions may be made to Zanesville Church of God in care of Myers Funeral, 2001 Gullford St., Huntington,IN 46750.

Mrs. Mary F. Rettinhouse (source-Green Haven Tribune June 16,1997) Mrs. Mary F. Rettinhouse, 69, of Tulsa,OK, formerly of Fruitport,MI, died Friday, June 13,1997.  On August 30,1946 she married Clyde Rittenhouse in Fruitport.  Mrs. Rettinhouse was a homemaker and a longtime former member of Bethel Baptist Church of Fruitport prior to her move to Oklahoma.  Survivors are one son, Ronald (Wanda) Rittenhouse of Lowell; two daughters Donna (Robert) DeGroot and Reva "Bunny"(Walter) Gamble both of Oklahoma; two brothers Ray Ferguson of Muskegon and Jerry Fergerson of Nebraska and eight grandchildren and five great grandchildren.  Arrangement by Clock Funeral Home of Fruitport.  The funeral services for Mrs. Mary F. Rittenhouse,age 69, will be held Tuesday at 11 am at the Bethel Baptist Church with Pastor Dwayne Adams officiating.  Internment at Fruitport Cem.. Visitation Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm at the funeral home,Memorial Bethel Baptist Church.

Fern W. George (source-Grand Haven Tribune; ref. Bob Orr): Fern W. George, 75, died Jan.8,1992 at the North Ottawa Community Hospital.  She was born Dec. 19,1916 in Howard City to George and Lettie Rettinhouse and married John George Jan. 12,1935 in Spring Lake.  Living most of her life in this area she worked in the dietary department at Riverside and Sherehaven nursing homes.  Mrs. George was a member of the Spring Lake Baptist Church and a choir member, and was active in several church groups.  She was a former Girl Scout leader and Awana Club leader.  Survivors include her husband,John, daughters Lettie (Bud) Brandt,  Bonnie Rose and Ruth (Kenneth) Reuterdahl, all of Grand Haven, and Sharon Hanson, Decono, CO; son Fay (Pat) George,  Fruitport 22 grandchilddren and 33 great grandchildren; sisters Freda Britton, Agnes (Clare) Bogert and Nina (Howard) Coles, all of Nunica; sister-in-law Carrie Rettinhouse, Grand Haven and several nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by brothers Fay and Leonard Rettinhouse and by two grandchildren.  Funeral arrangements are being made through VanZantwick Bartelo Kammeraad Funeral Home of Grand Haven.  The funeral service will be conducted 1:00 pm Friday from the funeral home with Rev. Samuel Meads officiating.  Internment will follow at the Pine Ridge Cem.  Friends may meet the family 7-9 pm Thursday and one hour prior to the funeral service.  Memorial contributions may be given to Spring Lake Baptist Church.

Peter Moyer (source-Warren Tribune Chronicle Apr.21,1930;  ref. Bob Orr): Short services for Peter Moyer were held at the home on Leavittsburg Road, Sunday, at 1:45 pm and were followed by services at the Second Christian Church at 2:30 pm and were in charge of Rev. R.C. Jarman.  Music was furnished by Mrs. Porter and Miss Dillon with Miss Lillian Clapp, accompanist.  The pall bearers were Messers Oldacre, Mills Bloomer, Wagar, Wilson and Crowe. Flower bearers were William Heintzelman and F.S. Post.  The Loyal Century class attended in a body.  Burial was made in Braceville.  The services were largely attended.

 

Robert W.Corll: born in Youngstown on Jan.26.1934; departed on Nov. 14,2008 : resided in Canfield, Ohio.. son of Raymond Sr. and Virginia (Bancroft) Corll; brother of Raymond Corll Jr.  Wife was Jean Maria McLean,  They were married on July 23,1960,  Bob an Jean have a daughter Debbie Corll and a son Jim Corll. Jim and Cindy;s children are Joe, Zachory, Jacob and Karelyn, His nephews by the way of brother Ray are Jack and Jeff Corll. He is predeceased in death by his brother Ray  and his wife Jean. Bob devotedly rook care of her for over 40 years.

Bob was a proud Ohio State Alumni. He had a master's degree. In his progessional career he started as a math-science teacher un the Western Reserve Schools at Berlin Center,Ohio. he became a curriculum coordinator in the West Branch School District, He later became a principal of the Western Reserve H.S. and still later the Superintendent of the school system. He retired in 1992

He loved singing and telling stories to his grandchildren.  He sang in numerous groups including the church choir.

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Lewis R. Corll:  (newspaper clipping ( 12-11-2007)  Lewis R Corll, age 89 died Sunday evening, Dec.9,at his residence..  He was born Sept.2, 1918 in Hubbard,a son of Plimmer and Emma Ryser Corll and was a lifelong area resident.   He was a self employed farmer for more than fifty years.  He retired in 1993.  He was a member of the Corner House Christian Church in Hubbard,Ohio.  He was a member of the VFW and the Moose Lodge in Farrell,PA. He had served with the U.S. Merchant Marines.  He enjoyed hunting. His wife, the former Helen Melnik whom he married died Nov. 12, 2002. He leaves a son James L. Corll of Hubbard, Ohio, three daughters Judy C. Lutz of Hubbard, Margaret L.(Mark Burton) Corll of Brookfield, and Patricia L, (Ray) Thomas of Washington, PA; six grandchildren and a great grandchild.  Besides his wife he was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers  Oscar and Edward and two sisters  Elizabeth and Helen  Corll.  (12-11-2007)

Raymond E.Corll Jr.-77  (newspaper clipping)  Funeral Services will be held at the Lane Funeral Home in Canfield, Ohio.Raymond E. Corll, age 77, died Monday evening in the Salem Community Hospital emergency room.He  was born Dec. 27,1929 on Canfield, Ohio to the late Raymond sr, and Virginia (Banvroft) Corll.   He had done custom farming for George Miller and had been a farmer for 50 years,.  He wirked for American Fire Clay for 33 years as a  welder and dispatcher and had  also worked for Lotema and National Rubber Machinery where he retired. He had serve six years in the Army Reserves serving in the combat engineers.  He was a member of the Canfield United Methodist Church where he was a member of the choir and where he sang many solos.  He graduated from the Canfield High School in 1948. In high school he played football and basketball.  His love in life was farming.He is survived by his wife ,the frmer Margaret Cunning whom he married  in 1953. two sons Jack (Sarah) and Jeff (Pam) Corll both of Columbiana,Ohio; a brother Robert Corll of Canfield,Ohio five grandchildren Jack (Nicole) of Deerfield,  Nicole (Rich) Witmer of  Wooster, and Ben, Adam and Emily Corll all of  Columbiana, Ohio (6-13-2007)

Mrs.Julia E.Mitler:  Mrs.Julia E.Mitler Expires in Canfield,  Mrs.Mitler,widow of Gustave Mitler, died ar 9 am at the house of George Hall in Canfield after a long illness of age infirmities.  She was born Aug. 23,1853. a daughter of Isaac and Hettie Brunstetter Corll. She had resided in Canfield three years , going there to Beaver Falls, PA. In Sept.,1977 she was married .  Her husband preceded her in death five years ago..  She leaves many friends at Canfield who will be sorry to learn of her death.  One son Alfred Mitler survives. also three grandchildren. two brothers, and a sister survive: Sherman and Henry Corll and Mrs. Sarah Sanzebacher (Canfield)  Funeral services will at the home of Alfred Mitler and burial in  Belmont Park Cem.  (Ref:Youngstown Vindicator 7-7-1923)

William Henry Koenreich (Husband pf Victoria M, vee Corll):July 17,1866 to July 30, 1902)  Mr.W.H. Koenreich, employed by the Youngstown Steel Co. at Brier Hill, fell from a scaffold Wednesday and fractured his skull, causing death a short time afterwards. Mr. Koenreich was adjusting a new crane and had it about in position when a rope broke and threw him to the floor below, a distance of 20 feet. Deceased was about 38 years of age and leaves a family. He was the son of Eli Koenreich of New Buffalo and before removing to Youngstown two years ago resided in North Jackson.  Burial July. 1902, N.Jackson Cem. Section 11 Row 26, N. Jackson. Mahoning Co. OH.  (Source : Mahoning Dispatch Fri. Aug,1,1902)

Victoria May nee Corll Koenreich-daughter of Gideon and Mary Misner Corll: Dec.3, 1873 to Feb.13, 1949:75y, 2m, 10d: Mrs. Victoria May Koenreich, age 75  of 79 E.Glenaven Ave. died of a cerebral hemmorage at 7:45 a.m. today at her home. Born in Wood Co., Ohio.Dec.3,1873. Mrs. Koenreich was a daughter oif Gideon and Mary Misner Corll.  She came to Youngstown from Pittsburg 11 years ago.  She was a member of St.Lukes Lutheran Church.  Her husband William H. died in 1903.  Mrs. Koenreich  leaves a son  Leroy of Lisbon, a daughter Mrs. Mary Beatrice Richards of Youngstown, four grandchildren,seven great grandchildren, and a sister Mrs. Ida Masters of N. Jackson; N. Jackson Cem. Sec. 11 Row 26.Note: William H. and Victoria M. were married on Feb. 5, 1891.  They had two children: 1. Mary Beatrice Dec. 3, 1891 to June 10, 1970-married Edgar Allen Richards; 2. Leroy Apr. 23, 1895 to Mar.17, 1965-married Esther Freeman.  (source Youngstown Vindicator Mon. 14, 1949)

Edith P.Kimerle (Eda) nee Yeager born Oct.23,1876; died Feb.22,1914 (Source: Mahoning Dispatch-Fri.Feb.27,1914).  Mrs.Edith Kimerle, wife of George Kimerle died at 12:30 Sunday morning at her home on East Main Street after a long and painfull illness. Everything possible was done to prolong her life, but her ailment was of such a nature that no human agency could battle death.  Deceased was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Eli Yeager (Mrs. Rebecca Corll) and was born in Canfield on Oct.23,1876. consequentle was in the 38th year of her age. On Apr.25,1896 she was married to Mr. Kimerle who , with two daughters ,Esther and Josephine, survives her.  She also leaves one brother, Irwin Yeager of Girard, Ohio. She was a kind and indulgent wife and mother and her untimely death is mourned by a wide circle of friends,  Early in life she united with the Zion Reformed Church and lived a consistent Christian life. Internment was made in the Zion cemetery, north of the village (Canfield,Ohio)  (Row three:George and Edith P. Kimerle).

George Kimerle: husband of Edith P. Yeager born Aug.6,1863; died Aug.16,1935  (source: Mahoning Dispatch: Aug.23, 1935),   George expired alone near his dwelling.  George Kimerle, age 72, who had lived alone on East Main Street for several years was found dead last Saturday morning near his barn.As he had not removed a bottle of milk left at the front door the previous morning it is likely that he had died suddenly hours before his lifeless body was discovered by the milkman. He had been in failing health for a considerable time. Deceased was born in Witenburg, Germany Aug.6,1863 a son of John and Mary Kimerle.  He came to Canfield when 15 years of age.following his brother Martin who had learned to blacksmith in M. Swank's extensive carriage and wagon factory.  George was given employment in the woodworkimg department and learned the trade.After the death of M.Swank the Kimerle brothers took over the business working together until the death of Martin  some years ago.The site of Mr. Kimerle's home  was was land owned by the first and only employer. Deceased was a member of the Lutheran Church  and Canfield 100F Lodge.  He was married April 26,1896 to Miss Edith Yeager who died 21 years ago leaving two daughters Mrs. Esther Chubb of Warren and Mrs. Josephine Lynn  of Youngstown. Besides his daughters  he leaves one grandchild and a sister Mrs. Mary Gartner of Warren.  Funeral services held at the Williams Funeral Home.

Esther M. Kimerle Chubb born Sept. 9, 1897; died August 10, 1959 (source: Mahoning Dispatch Aug. 14,1959)  Mrs. Chubb, age 61, died Monday afternoon at her home in Warren, following an extended illness.  Born in Canfield Sept.9, 1897 she was the daughter of George and Edith Yeager Kimerle.She was a member of the Canfield Methodist Church.  In 1922 she was married to E. Wilmer Chubb and the couple moved from Canfield to Warren in 1924.  Besides her husband she leaves a sister Mrs. R. Noble Lynn of Youngstown. Burial made in the Old N. Cem. Canfield, Ohio-south section

Myron M. Corll. 1923-2004: Myron M. Corll,age 81, of Huntington died at 1:00 am on Wednesday, Sept.29, 2004 at his home following an extended illness.  Mr. Corll worked as the member services director for Huntington County United REMC from 1962 until his retirement in 1985. He previously worked as a  self employed electrical contractor. He served as a long time judge at the Indiana State Fair in the electrical division.  He was born on April 6, 1923 in Zanesville, Indiana, a son of Homer and Gertrude (Meyers) Corll. He was a 1941 graduate of  Lafayette Central High School, He served in the US Army during WWII from 1943- 1946 and was a Master Sergeant with the 10th Armored Reconnaissance Group (18 months in Germany). He was united in marriage  to Rosella Witherow on January 27, 1946 at the Seminary Evangelical United Brotheran Church in Roanoke. His wife survives in Huntington.  Mr. Corll was a long time churchman. For many years he was a member of the Seminary United Methodist Church in Roanoke serving in many leadership positions. Upon moving to Huntington following retirement  he attended College Park United brotheran Church. He along with his wife wintered for 16 years in Lehigh Acres, Florida and sang in the choir of the First Christian Church in Lehigh Acres.  Mr. Corll was a member of the International Order of the Odd Fellows, Harmony Lodge in Fort Wayne. He also served with the Jaycees amd was the state vice president of the Junior Chambor of Commerce. He enjoyed bowling, golfing, and teaching his children and grandchildren how to water ski.  Additional survivors include three daughters , Mrs. Mearlin (Myra) Bixler of North Webster, Indiana, Mrs. Dennis (Nanda)  Wilson of Roanoke, and Ms. Gerry (Linda) Holzinger of Huntington, seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren.  An infant daughter Nora Jasne Corll and a brother Arnold Corll proceder him in death. Internment will be made at the Glenwood Cem. in Roanoke.  (source:National Obituary Aechive)

David A. Lindsay: April 14, 1950 -Aug.29, 2008: resided in Austintown, Ohio (source-Lane Funeral Homes Obituaries Web Site):  Funeral Services will be held at 11 am Monday in the Lane Funeral Home Austintown Chapel for David Lindsay of Austintown who died early Friday  morning at the Meadowbrook Manor Nursing Home in Fowler .  He was born April 14,1950 in Younstown. a son of Rolance and Anita (Dunn) Lindsay Crider and he resided in this area all his life. He was a 1969 graduate of Woodrow Wilson HS  and he serverd his country in the U.S. Army. He worked for the Holiday Inn for several years as a maintenance operator.  He was a member of the Highway Tabernacle Church where he loved to attend gospel concerts  and he enjoyed travelling  and meeting new people.He was always quick with a joke and loved to put a smile on someone's face.  He is survived by his wife the former Patricia Corll whom he married  April 18, 1992 . He also leaves his mother Anita Crider of Boardman and a brother Gary (Linda) Lindsay of Niles. He was preceded in death by his father. (Internment is made in the Corll Estate Room-Mausoleum-Green Haven Cem. Canfield, Ohio)

Ward D. Lynn (newspaper clipping by Amanda Corll-1908)  Ward D. Lynn died at his home of T.B.; son of the late Hiram Lynn, born in Canfield, OH on Jan. 19, 1868, engaged in business in Canfield,  He is survived by his wife and three brothers: Elmer of Canfield, Jay of Warren, and Orman of Bozeman, Montana. Burial is in Denver. (1908)

Mrs. Benjamin McGown-12-14-1911 (source: newpaper clipping of Amanda Corll): Mrs. Benjamin McGown Death: Ann McGown died Tuesday at the home of her daughter Mrs,. A.C. Russell in Austintown, OH.  She was born in County Down, Ireland and came with her parents to Canfieldm OH.  She was 78.  She and her husband lived in Canfield. Some years ago she and her husband gave up farming and went to live with their daughter.  She leaves three childrenL Mrs. A.C. Russell of Austintown,  Mrs. C.C. Kyle of Youngstown,  William McGown of Canfield,  She leaves a brother Hugh Stuart and one sister Mrs. N.M.Hunt both of Canfield, Burial is in the Canfield Cem.

Howard E. Yeager: 1919-(source-Amanda Corll newspaper clippings)  Howard E. Yeager of Ellsworth died at Dawson Springs, Kentucky military hospital.  He was the son of J.M. Yeager. He was born Apr. 6, 1893.  He enlisted in the army and was sent to the Metz Frount in France  with the H. Company of the PA Infantry.  He was mustered out on Apr. 6,1919.  He was buried in the N. Jackson Cem., N.Jackson,OH.

Mrs. Isaac Clay 10-9-1906 (source Amanda Corll newspaper clippings):  Mrs. Isaac Clay died at her home in Dublin Tuesday of stomach trouble. She was born in Austintown on Mar. 1841 and died at the age of 66.  She was married to Isaab Clay in 1864.  Isaac Clay and his wife Clorinda are buried in the Old N. Cem. Canfield, OH.

Howard Marigold (source-Amanda Corll's clippings): Howard Marigold was taken from the Fairmount Children's Home near Mt. Union in 1910, by Nathan Blott of Canfield, OH and died at the home of his sister in E. Liverpool at the age of 18.  He died of typhoid fever.

Mrs. Eliza A. Handwork died of a stroke.  Her husband Gideon passed away one month ago.  She was the daughter of Gideon and Amanda Crum, She was born in Austintown, OH Nov.14, 1850.  She married on June 19,1869.  She is survived by three children: Perry Handwork of Austintown, Mrs. Ella Neff-Austintown and Thyrsa Wittenberger of Youngstown. Surviving brother is W.E. Crum of Elwell, MI. She was buried in the Canfield Mausoleum.

Mrs. Susanna Blott (newspaper clippings-Amanda Corll)  Mrs. Susanna Blott, wife of Daniel died on Satusday from a stroke at 66 years of age.  She is buried in thw Old N. Cem., Canfield,OH

Martin Crum (source newspaper clippings - Amanda Corll):  Martin Crum died Sunday night at his home near Watch Corners. He died of kiney disease.  Born June 18,1846 in Austintoiwn Ohio. Was a farmer,  Married Harriet Corll Had one son: Harry Crum; Brother is Eli Crum; sister is Alice Smith. Buried in Old N. Cem., Canfield, OH

Almedus S.Lynn (source-Amanda Corll's clippings)  Death of Almedus S. Lynn of Lynn St.Canfield,OH; son of  David and Mary Harding Lynn,  In Feb. 1897 he married Ella Engler who survives with two children: Miss Theda M. Lynn and Howard E. Lynn, leaves one sister  Mrs. Lucy Osborn of Canfield,...the last of the children of David LynnBuried in the Canfield mausoleum  Tje pall bearers were W.J. Lynn. George W. Lynn, and Elliot Lynn of Youngstown, George F. Lynn of Cleveland and F.F. Lynn and E.R. Lynn of Canfield, Ohio.

Mrs. Almira Morse: died last Friday at the age of 64 at her home on Raccoon Road.  Maiden name was Almira Corll- daughter of Isaac and Hettie Brunstetter Corll.  She was born Dec. 18, 1851 and died in 1915.  In 1872 she married William H. Morse who survives her and the following children survive: Mrs. Minnie Gillespie of Lisbon, Shannon Morse of Youngstown, Mrs. Julia Mittler (sister) of Beaver Falls, Mrs. Sarah Sanzenbacher (sister) of Canfield, Sherman Corll (brother) of Canfield, Henry Corll (brother) of Canfield.  She was buried in the Old N. Cemetery.Canfield,OH.

Mrs. Peter Konzem died at her home on South St.. Maiden name was Louisa Blott, daughter of Daniel and Susan Blott of Canfield. She was 68. She lived in Cornersburg.  She leaves a husband and brother Nathan Blott. Buried in the Old N. Cem. Canfield, Ohio.

Nelson Corll age three died. He was the son of Fred Corll of Cornersburg, OH. H e died of scarlet fever.  Buried in the Lutheran Cem.

Mrs. Mary Alice Corll (newspaper clipping of Amanda Corll)  Mrs. Mary Alice Corll, wife of Jefferson Corll,Austintown Twp. died at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday in the City Hospital. Died of appendicitus.  Mrs. Corll was born in Green Twp. Mar.13,1863, a daughter of the late Isaac and Clorinda Blott Clay.  Mrs. Corll was a member of the Reform Church. In 1888 she married Jefferson Corll who survived with a son and daughter: Chaunce and Maud Corll, also the following brothers and sisters:  Herman Yeager of Berlin Center; Mrs. J.M. Yeager of Ellsworth; Mrs. Harvey Fusselman of city; Mrs. H.D. Brobst of Levittsburg; Mrs. W.S. Beard of Greenford; H.C. Clay of Canfield; Homer Clay of Ellsworth; Homer Clay of Ellsworth; Charles E. Clay of Canfield, Monroe Clay of Canfield. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday from the residence and 2 p.m. from the Zion Reform Church with Dr.Kendig and the Rev. Reif officiating.  Burial will be made in the Zion Reform Church Cemetery. (Canfield-1919).

Lydia Forney Corll (source-Mahoning Dispatch August 13,1895)  Cornersberg, Ohio, Aug.14,1895: Two houses have been saddened by death this past week. After a long battle with gravel , dropsy and the ailings attendant upon advanced age Mrs. David Corll surcummed to this life at the age of 80 years.An exceedingly large circle of acquaintenances,  a large family of grown up children, and a husband are left to lament the departure of an esteemed woman,  a beloved mother and a noble wife . In striking contrast was the  was the death of another person in the beginning of life was the infant daughter of Charley Crowley which after about a few hours of sickness of cholera infantum surcumbed to the inevitable exit and was buried on the same day as Mrs. Corll last Sunday.    (editor's note: David Corll had preceded in death of Mrs. Corll eight years before).

David Corll (source-Mahoning Dispatce: July 6,1887 died of a stoke of paralysis in his 73rd year:  David Corll, an old and respected citizen of Austintown Township, OH. died on Friday last  from a stroke of paralysis. His age was 73 years.  Funeral services conducted by the Revs. J.M. Kendig and  J.B. ? were held in the German Reformed Church, north of Canfield, Ohio,Sunday morning. His internment was made in the family plot in the cemetery opposite the church.

Charles C. Corll (source: Youngstown Vindicator: May 20, 1940) Canfield, May 29th-Charles C. Corll age 69 of Smith Corners, farmer and resident of Austintown Township all his life, died at 7:45 a.m. after a year's illmess.  He was born in Austintownship Oct; 14, 1870 and married Jennie Gibbons of Marvus Oct. 20, 1894.  Besides his wife he leaves two sons: Lewis of Wickcliffe and Francis Corll of Smiths Corners and two grandchildren. He was the last member of his family. Funeral services will be held at 2 PM Wednesday at the Williams Funeral Home where the family will meet friends Tuesday evening.-Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m.

Helen F. Kimmel ,84 (source: Youngstown Vindicator-a close friend of entire family)  North Jackson: Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, at the Lane Funeral Home, Austintown Chapel for Helen F. Kimmel.,84,  who died Thursday morning at the St. Elizabeth Health Center.   Helen was born Aug. 6,1934 in Oakland, MD., the daughter of William and Anna (Roth) Upole and moved here in 1939.   Helen had been a member of the Highway Tabernacle Church , graduated from the Poland Seminary High School in 1941,  and loved to fish.  She had been employed by American Optical for twenty years and then worked as a Vindicator delivery lady for eight years before retiring in 1969.   Helen is survived by her husband  Earl R. Kimmel. whom she married Dec. 18, 1950 / children Goldie (Dave) Lavezzare of Diamond and James Kimmel of North Jackson;  grandchildren: Rebecca, David and his fiancee Sarah Trenak and her sister Colleen Sweeny in California.  She was preceded in death by her sisters Nioma Corll and Anna Cook and her brothers William and Orville Upole.   Family and friends may call from 4-5 pm Sunday at the funeral home.

Viola G. Sheesley: (editorial note: Viola helped me to write the history of the the Old N. Church and graveyard. This is the church where many of the 19th century Corll ancestors attended and the grave yard is where they are buried.. Viola is related to the Corlls through the Clay and Hendricks families to Jefferson Corll) (source of obituary: Lane Funeral Home:Canfield,OH)  Viola G. Sheesley: born in Canfield,OH Feb. 15, 1911;departed Dec. 21.2008 and resided in Canfield.   There will be a funeral service held  noon Friday, Dec.26  in the Lane Funeral Home Chapel for Viola G. Sheesley, 97, formerly of Brookpark  in Canfield, who passed away at 6:30 am Sunday, Dec.21, 2008 in Essex in Salem.   Viola was born Feb. 15, 1911 in Canfield, the daughter of the late Monroe and Rhoda (Shears) Clay.  Viola worked as a secretary for two area doctors for 18 years.  Viola was a chartered member of the Old N. Church and belonged to its Golden Heirs Class, was a Deaconess, past treasurer and quilting class. Viola is survived by a sister  Hazel Hall of West Milton, three nieces Lois Peterson of Canfield, Nancy Anderson of Canfield, Joan Baird of Salem;  a nephew James Clay of Canfield,  and by numerous nieces , nephews and great nieces and nephews.  Besides her parents Viola was preceded in death by her first husband Floyd Hendricks in 1954 and by her second husband Orin Sheesley in 1986; and her sisters Jessie Craig; Esther Cook, Ethel Crawford and Edna Fifield and a brother Carl Clay.