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    In this township, on Tuesday last, of the measles, Mr. MALAVERY INMAN - aged 70.

Huron Weekly Reflector, 03/07/1843 p 3 col 2

    Mrs. Barbara Inman, aged 30 years, who lived with her brother, Leander Ritchie, about 3/4 of a mile northwest from Gravel Bank, in Warren Township, was found dead on Sunday evening by William Umston, who lives in the same house. When found she was lying on her back in the yard, about 50 feet from the house, having fallen backward over a rail. Umston at once gave the alarm, when her body was carried to the house, and the coroner notified. Coroner Krigbaum, accompanied by Drs. Cotton and Mellor, repaired to the scene on Monday, when an examination was held, and a verdict was rendered that she came to her death from the effects of the fall. It is supposed that she was seized with a fainting fit and fell backward over the rail, which was several feet from the ground. The deceased leaves three children, who are now with her brother, and a husband living in New York.

The Marietta Times, April 1, 1880

Sudden Death:

    Henry Inman residing at 47 Garden St. this city, died on Wednesday night, of this week, at 11:00, of paralysis, after two days serious illness. Mr. Inman was 63 years of age; he was a gallant soldier of Co. F 10th Ohio Cavalry, and participated in Sherman's Marches to the Sea. He was a member of F. H. Boalt Command No. 17 U.V.U. & also of M. F. Wooster Post, No. 34, G. A. R. of this city. The deceased leaves a wife and 8 children.
    Funeral services will be held at his late home on Garden St. next Sunday at 2 pm and Rev. J. M. Seymour will officiate.
    The Union Veteran's Union of this city will meet at their headquarters on Sunday next, at 1:00 pm, sharp, to attend his funeral in a body.

Norwalk (OH) Chronicle - Thursday, April 15, 1889

    Theodore Inman born in New Jersey Oct 16, 1829 and died Nov. 17, 1901, age 72y 1mo. Married Miss Catherine Bowers ca. 1850. He came to Wood Co. 10 years after his marriage and settled in the wilderness of Jackson twp. where he lived the remainder of his life. There were born of the union 12 children of which there were three sets of twins, 8 have departed this life, together with the mother. He was a member of the United Brethren Church since 1867 and ever since was devoted to an extreme degree in support of any principle or calling that he thought right. He was bold and aggressive in every feature, he was a great liver of the chase after wild have and in which he was an expert and a great lover of nature and its teachings. The hardships and trials of pioneer life of which he with his family were familiar with can only be appreciated by those who have learned by experiences. The funeral services were held at the Groff Church Monday No. 18th, conducted by S. M. Cook. Interment in Weston Cemetery.

Source: Weston, Ohio newspaper.

From "History of North Washington" Published 1904

    Lewis Wallace Jennings, who is now living a retired life in Hunters, is one of the substantial men of the section and since 1900 has identified his interests with this place. He owns one of the most tasty and  comfortable residences in Hunters and has an abundance of spring water piped into it from a beautiful spring up the mountain. He was born in Rolersville, Ohio, on March 22, 1844, the son of General Lewis and Lorhama (Hollaway) Jennings. The father was a general in the Mexican war and William Jennings Bryan is his nephew. He lived in Ohio until 1854 then came to Decatur county, Iowa, where he died in 1870. The mother was a native of Pontiac, Ohio, and died when our subject was five. Lewis was the youngest of thirteen children and remained with his father until July 16, 1862, when he enlisted in Company H, Twenty-sixth Iowa Infantry, being sworn in at Clinton. He was with Sherman and was soon taken sick and sent home on a furlough. When able to do guard duty he was left to guard Davenport, Iowa. At Vicksburg, he was taken captive and in the fall of 1863, at the Black river in Mississippi, he was discharged on account of disability. On  February 22, 1864, Mr. Jennings married Miss Margaret, daughter of William and Clista (Barenger) Inman. She was born in Ohio on February 18, 1845.
    Twelve children have been the fruit of this union: William, an engineer in Lewiston; Francis N. and Albert, farmers near Hunters; Ada, wife of C. Davis, son of "Cashup" Davis, of Whitman county; Mary B., wife of S. Britton, a merchant of Wilbur; Robert Lee, near Hunters; Amanda, deceased; Lulu, wife of Theodore McMeekin, near Bissell; Andrew, of Wilbur; George W., deceased; James, near Hunters; Charles, at home. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings were married in Sandusky and then farmed in Iowa until 1876. In that year came a trip via San Francisco and Portland to Colfax, Washington.
    In Whitman county, Mr. Jennings farmed and faced the Indians, refusing to leave his home when the others flocked to town. He continued there with good success until 1900, when he sold and removed to his present abode. Mr. Jennings has the distinction of building the first hotel in Pullman, the same being where the Artesian house now stands. Mr. Jennings is a member of the I.O.O.F. and has passed the chairs.

    Weston, Ohio April 29, 1912 Samuel Herringshaw 72y 2mo 12d died after an operation at home on Saturday afternoon at 6 o'clock. He had surgery for a tumerous growth. Ill for several years, as the condition became more dangerous, it was thought an operation would prolong his life. Operated on at home by Dr. W. F. Rheinfrank of Perrysburg and J. D. Wetherill of Weston. Mr. Herringshaw was born in England immigrating with his wife and 4 children 32 years ago settling in Jackson twp. Later he moved to a farm near Custar until 4 years ago when he moved to the present address. Survived by his wife Louisa Maria and 6 children, Tobias of Toledo, Mrs. T. J. Inman of South Boardman, Mich; Edward and Eliza of Weston, Mrs. Peter Steinhart of Custar and J. H. Brown of Weston. The funeral will be Wednesday at 2:30 at the Disciples of Christ Church with Rev. S. M. Cook of Mungen. Internment at Weston Cemetery.

Source: Weston, OH newspaper

    Louisa Maria Herringshaw died in Weston, Ohio February 26. She would be 91 next month. She died Sunday suddenly from pneumonia. She had only been sick a week with a cold and in bed since Thursday. Funeral at the Church of Christ Wednesday at 2:00 by Rev. W. A Wolfe. Burial will be in Weston Cemetery. Born Louisa Maria Browning in Kings Lynn, Norfolk, England March 31, 1843. Married Samuel Herringshaw March 15, 1867 at Tottenham, England. Immigrated May 1, 1880 with 2 sons and 2 daughter to Haneytown, Wood Co., Ohio. She had 2 more children on the farm 1 1/4 mile west of Haneytown. In 1890 they purchased the farm in Liberty twp. 21 years later they retired to Weston. Samuel died 1911. Surviving daughters are Anna Inman of Fife Lake, Mich, Eliza Herringshaw who lived with her mother, Mrs. Hannah Brown of Weston, and 18 grand children and 10 great grand children.

Source: Weston, OH newspaper

James Inman passes to the great beyond

    James Inman, 75, died at his home one and a half miles south of Tinney, Wednesday evening after an illness with Bright's disease. 
    The funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at one thirty o'clock from the M. Em church of Tinney. Rev. Earl Rhodes will officiate and interment will be made in the cemetery at Metzger.
    Mr. Inman was born in Fremont, August 11, 1839, and spent all of his life in Sandusky county. He was one of a family of nine children and is survived by four. They are Mrs. Sarah Tinney, of Tinney, Oh; Mrs. Mary Stoner, of Lima, Jackson and Benjamin Inman of Washington.
    The deceased was united in marriage July 4, 1863 to Miss Drazille Cossard of Scott township, who passed away in November 1900. He was married the second time to Mrs. Susan Craun, of Liberty Township, who survives. Mr. Inman is also survived by three children: William of Lorain, Mrs. Catherine Long of Bloomdale, and Alvin Inman of Eaton Rapids, Michigan; also by five grandchildren and one great grandchild.

Risingsun (OH) Unique - May 20, 1915


Died Saturday Morning When Kicked Over Heart By Colt 

    Forest Hotelling, of five and one-half miles north of Carey, was killed early Saturday morning when kicked over the heart by a colt he was placing in his barn. 
    Mr. Hotelling would have been twentynine years old July 13. He was born in Crawford township. He is survived by his parents, Charles and Elizabeth Long Hotelling, of southwest of Carey; his wife, formerly Florence Mick, to whom he was married May 4, five years ago; two daughters, Martha, four years old, and Treva, one year old: and these brothers and sisters, Andrew, near Carey; Grace, wife of John Shine, Crawford township; Myrtle, wife of Ray Inman, Stringtown; Nellie, wife of Charles Yentzer; northeast of Upper Sandusky; Mrs. Anna Snyder, Carey; Gusta, wife of Cy. Wohlgamuth, Carey; Grover, southeast of Upper Sandusky; Elza, southwest, southwest of Upper Sandusky; George, southwest of Carey, and James, at home. After his marriage, deceased lived for a time in Vanlue, later near Lovell and then moved to the farm on which he was killed. 

Daily Chief, Upper Sandusky, Wyandot County, Ohio - Saturday, June 8, 1918 


    B. P. Inman was badly hurt yesterday in a collision with a truck. Mr. Inman was driving a horse and buggy on South Street and was about to turn on Poplar when a man driving a big Tiffin ice truck bumped him. The jar threw Inman from the buggy onto the hood of the truck. He was badly bruised and cut about the face. His left arm and leg considerably lacerated and bruised and his right side seems to be paralyzed. It is thought a nerve was hit in the fall causing this condition.
    The driver of the truck took him to the hospital where several stitches were taken, He was removed to his home on East Fremont Street by Mann Brothers Ambulance. The buggy was a total wreck altho the horse escaped injury.

Source: Fostoria Review - August 20, 1925


    Barzillai P. Inman died at his home 828 East Fremont street last evening as the result of the accident Wednesday afternoon, when he was 
thrown from his buggy onto the hood of a large ice truck.
    At the time Mr. Inman was thought to be in a serious condition; however, it was not thought he was hurt inwardly. This evidently was the case, the fall causing his side to be paralyzed and his head was thrust through the heavy plate glass of the truck.
    Mr. Inman, a Civil War veteran, and a member of the G A R has lived practically all his life in Fostoria. 
    He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Inman, born in Wood County December 3, 1844.
    Mr. Inman was eighty one years at the time of his death.
    He was married to Miss Emma Crowell. To this union six children were born; four of whom survive. His son Ray Inman, died but a month ago. He is survived by three daughters; Mrs. W. A. Kingseed of Cleveland; Mrs. (Dr) W. M. Johnston of Johnston Creek, Wisconsin; Mrs. W. D. Andes of this city and one son, Benjamin Inman of Slick, Oklahoma. Mrs. Inman died thirty one years ago. 
    He was married again in 1917 to Mrs. Rachel Rightenburg, who survives.
    The body was removed to Mann Brothers Funeral Company for preparation for burial, where the funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at two o'clock.

SOURCE: Fostoria Review - August 21, 1925

Death Due to Collision Wednesday with Truck of Tiffin Dairy Concern.

    Barzillai P. Inman died about six o'clock last evening at his home, 828 East Fremont Street, of injuries received Wednesday when the buggy in which he was riding collided with a truck belonging to a Tiffin dairy concern, throwing the aged man out onto the radiator of the truck. 
    Mr. Inman was taken to the Fostoria hospital where his injuries were attended to after which he was taken to his home.
    While there were numerous cuts and bruises, and he had no use of his right led, it was not thought that the injuries were serious in themselves altho his advanced age gave ground for fear that the shock might prove too much for him to withstand.
    Mr. Inman was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Inman and he was born in Wood County Dec. 31, 1841, making his age 83 years, 7 months, and 20 days. He was married to Miss Emma Crowell, who died 31 years ago. Six children were born of this union, four of whom survive; Mrs. W. A Kingseed of Cleveland, Benjamin Inman of Slick, Oklahoma; Mrs. W. D. Andes of this city; and Mrs. W. M. Johnston of Johnson Creek, Wisconsin.
    Mr. Inman was again married in 1917 to Miss Rachel Rightenberg who survives. There are also three grandchildren. The deceased was a veteran of the Civil war and a member of the Norris Post G. A. R.
    The remains were taken to Mann Bros. Funeral Home to be prepared for burial and the funeral will be held there tomorrow at 2 o'clock. Interment in the Prairie Depot cemetery. 

Fostoria Times, Aug 21.


Aged Veteran Passes Away at Daughter's Home in Carey 

    Charles Hotelling passed into the sleep of death at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Simon Wohlgamuth, on West street, Carey, Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock after an illness of five weeks. He had been bedfast for the past three days, death being due to the infirmities of age. 
    Charles Hotelling was born January 4, 1843, the son of George and Lucy Jane Hotelling in this county, being 87 years, 3 months and 15 days at the time of his demise. Mr. Hotelling was a veteran of the civil war having served with Company H, of Ohio. He was united in marriage to Gertrude Elizabeth Long, who survives with the following children: Mrs. Anna Snyder, of Carey; Mrs. Simon Wohlgamuth, with whom the father made his home; Mrs. Ray Inman, of west of Forest; Miss Audrey Hotelling, of McCutchenville; George Hotelling, of Vanlue; Grover and E. T. Hotelling, of near this city; Mrs. John Shine, of McCutchenville, and Mrs. Charles Yentzer, of this city. Five children, Florence, Elwood, Allen, Maggie, and Dilley, are deceased. One brother, Abraham Hotelling, of Warren, Pennsylvania, and a sister, Mrs. George Shuman, of Carey also survive. Mr. Hotelling was a man admired by all and leaves a host of friends to mourn his death. 
    Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at the Wohlgamuth home, in Carey, with Rev. O. D. Myers, of the Evangelical church, in charge. Interment will be made in the Spring Grove cemetery. The body was taken to the C. F. Sutter funeral home and will be removed to the Wohlgamuth home Sunday morning. 

Daily Chief, Upper Sandusky, Wyandot County, Ohio - Saturday, April 19, 1930


Carey Resident Dies At Findlay Hospital Saturday 

    James D. Hotelling, 41, of 130 East Brown avenue, Carey, passed away at Findlay Home and Hospital Saturday after an illness of the past four weeks. 
    Mr. Hotelling had submitted to an operation December 7, death resulting from peritonitis which developed. 
    Born October 17, 1896, he was the son of the late Charles and Elizabeth Long Hotelling. April 7, 1923, he was united in marriage to Zettie Mick, who survives with a daughter, Leoda, at home, another child having preceded the father in death. Also surviving are the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Simon Wohlgamuth, Mrs. Emma Snyder and Mrs. Charles Yentzer, all of Kenton; Mrs. Myrtle Inman, Forest; Elza Hotelling, Mrs. Grace Shine and Grover Hotelling, all of Upper Sandusky and vicinity, and George and Andrew Hotelling, both of Carey. Two sisters and two brothers are deceased. 
    Mr. Hotelling was a lifelong resident of Carey and for a number of years had been employed at the National Lime and Stone company in Carey. He was a member of the Second Pilgrim Holiness church, in Marion, and leaves a large circle of friends and acquaintances, who extend sympathies to the bereaved wife and daughter. 
    Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Evangelical church in Carey with Rev. L. H. Naumann, of Findlay, in charge, assisted by Rev. R. B. Leedy, of Carey. Interment will be made in Spring Grove cemetery, near Carey. 
    The body will be left at the Bristoll funeral home in Carey until the hour of services.

Daily Chief, Upper Sandusky, Wyandot County, Ohio - Monday, December 19, 1938 

Widow of Late Pastor of United Brethren Church Dies
    Mrs. Rosetta Sheppard, 86, widow of Rev. Edward Sheppard, pastor of the Untied Brethren church for about 30 years, died yesterday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs Isabel Williams, 125 Reid Av.
    Born West Lebanon, O., Aug. 2, 1852, Mrs. Sheppard later moved to Ashland. She and her husband came to Lorain from Ashland and made their home in "brick row" on Penfield Av, now Broadway.
    When the brass works started operations here, many of the officials and workman made their homes with with the Sheppards until they brought their families here.
    Sheppard died in 1924. Mrs. Sheppard was an active member of the United Brethern [sic] church.
    Survivors Named
    Survivors besides the daughter at whose home she died are three daughters, Mrs. John Sheppard and Mrs. S. June Bowman, Lorain, and Mrs. M.A. Baker, Wakeman, Four sons B .J. Sheppard, Elyria, C. J. Sheppard, Lorain, Edward Sheppard and D. W. Sheppard, Norwalk, two brothers, John Shire, San Fernando, Cal., and Elmer Shire, Canton, and one sister, Mrs. Mary Inman, Finlay. Thirty-four grandchildren, 65 great grandchildren and a score of nieces and nephews also survive.
    Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m., Monday at the Wickens' Memorial with Rev E. B. Everly, pastor of the United Brethren church officiating.
Burial will be made in Penfield, O. cemetery.
    January, 1939


Head Injuries Prove Fatal To Local Man; Funeral Thursday 

    Grover L. Hotelling, 59-year-old Wyandot county farmer, passed away in Bucyrus City hospital at 10:45 Monday night. Death was caused by a fractured skull received in an accident near his home Friday evening. 
    Grover Luther Hotelling was born February 28, 1887 in Crawford township, Wyandot county, the son of Charles and Elizabeth (Long) Hotelling. He was united in marriage with Bessie Lawrence, November 29, 1913 in Upper Sandusky. 
    Surviving are the following children: Mrs. Howard Leighty, Glenn, Wayne, and Paul Hotelling, all of this city, and Charles, Dwight, Roger and Darrel Hotelling at home. 
    Also surviving are eight grandchildren and the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Grace Shine, McCutchenville; Mrs. Augusta Wolgamuth, Carey; Mrs. Anna Snyder, Osborn, O.; Mrs. Millie Yentzer, Oceala; Mrs. Myrtle Inman, Forest; Andrew and George of Carey, and Elza of Mononcue. Three brothers and three sisters are deceased. 
    He was a member of Rock Run church and has lived in the community his entire life. 
    Funeral services will be conducted Thursday afternoon at 2:30 from the Bringman & Co. funeral home. Rev. Earl Hedges of Findlay, will officiate with burial in Old Mission cemetery. 
    Friends may call at the funeral home any time after Wednesday noon. 

Daily Chief, Upper Sandusky, Wyandot County, Ohio - Tuesday, December 3, 1946

Loses Life Early This Morning As Home Is Destroyed

    Fire of undetermined origin snuffed out the life of a Forest man early today and almost immediately completely destroyed his four-room frame house.
    Dead as a result of the disastrous blaze is Ray G. Inman, 67, who resided alone on West Zimmerman street in Forest. The frame home had two rooms down and two up.
    The Forest volunteer fire department was summoned at about 1 a.m. this morning and upon arrival found the flames burning from the ground to the roof of the structure. Mr. Inman's body could not be recovered for nearly an hour from the floor of the downstairs room.
    Jim Hart, of Forest, and several friends were returning home on Dixon street, when they saw the house enveloped in flames. They turned in the alarm.
    Firemen battled the flames nearly three hours, but they had spread completely through the structure.
    The deceased was born November 28, 1882, in Salem township, Wyandot county, the son of H. K. and Mary (Cornwall) Inman. October 27, 1907, he married Myrtle Hotelling, who resides in Columbus.
    Surviving are a son, Russell W. Inman, who is a mechanic at the Forney garage in Forest, and two daughters, Mrs. Mary Salter, of Harpster, and Mrs. Olive Horney, of East Liberty. A daughter, Ruth died in infancy.
    One brother and four sisters preceded him in death. They are Delbert Inman, Mrs. Ida Blabley, Mrs. Myrtle Kidd, Mrs. Alice Richards and Mrs. Cora Miller.
    Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. from the Sheilds funeral home in Forest. Rev. B. H. Smallwood, pastor of the Forest Presbyterian church, will officiate. Burial will be made in Hueston cemetery, Forest.
    Friends may call at the Shields funeral home until time for services.

Daily Chief-Union, Upper Sandusky, Ohio - Monday, March 20, 1950

   Hoytville, Ohio; April 5, 1950 - Floyd Dishong, 54, passed away Sunday night at 11:30 in St. Vincent's Hospital, Toledo, Ohio where he had undergone an operation two weeks ago. He had lived all of his life in Jackson Twp.
    His father, Elias Dishong, made his home with him until his passing last June at the age of 86.
    Floyd was a prominent farmer and a good neighbor. The past few years he worked at the Buckeye Canning Co. at Weston as an engineer.
    He leaves his wife, Threassa, four children and three stepchildren; Howard and Duane Dishong, Mrs. Louis Heinze, Loraine and Iris Dishong, Gerald and Janice Stroll at home.
    Funeral services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Deshler Church of the Brethren.


Funeral Services For McClutchenville Area Woman Monday Afternoon 

    Mrs. Grace B. Shine, 79, of Route1, McClutchenville, died at 3:30 p.m. Friday at the home of her son, James, after an illness of two years. 
    She was born May 25, 1876 in Carey to Charles and Elizabeth (Long) Hotelling. She was married to John D. Shine June 12, 1896 and he died in January, 1940. 
    Surviving are a son, James, at whose home she passed away; daughters, Mrs Nellie Beidelschies and Mrs. Mack Miller, both of Carey; Mrs. George Ritter, of Upper Sandusky; brothers, Andy and George Hotelling, both of Carey; Elza Hotelling, of Upper Sandusky; sisters Mrs. Simon Wohlgamuth, of Carey; Mrs. Anna Snyder, Fairborn; Mrs. Myrtle Inman, Columbus; and Mrs. Charles Yentzer, Kenton; 17 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and two step-grandchildren. 
    Four brothers are deceased. 
    Mrs. Shine was a member of the Carey Methodist Church. 
    Services are at 2 p.m. Monday in the Bristol Funeral Home, the Rev. Richard Hughes officiating. Burial is in Spring Grove cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Saturday.

Wyandot Daily Chief-Union, Upper Sandusky, Ohio - Saturday, January 28, 1956 

    Mr. (Murl) Inman was killed shortly after 6 p.m. Saturday when the station wagon he was driving crashed into a concert culvert on Ohio 555 about a mile south of Five Mile Bridge.

Source Unknown. (4/20/1963)

    Harold Inman, 50, of Roseville died at 1:30 p.m. (2/27/1964), Wednesday in Bethesda Hospital in Zanesville, Ohio, where he had been a patient since Feb. 1. He had been in ill health the past two years. Mr. Inman was employed by the Muskingum County highway department. Mr. Inman attended the Methodist church. He was a member of the K of P Lodge of Roseville, the Fraternal Order of Eagles of Crooksville, Roseville Booster Grange, and Roseville Volunteer Fire Department.

Source Unknown.

    Harry E. Inman died at 4 p.m. Thursday at his home unexpectedly form an apparent heart attack.
    An employee of the Army Corps of Engineers the past 32 years. In hs early childhood, the family moved to the White Cottage community where his parents still live.
    Mr. Inman is a graduate of Zanesville High School in 1929, attended Ohio State University.
    With the Corps of Engineers, he was in three different areas, Ithaca, New York, Williamsport, Pennsylvania, and Baltimore, Maryland where he was employed when he died.
    He was a member of Pleasant Hill Methodist Church in Owings Mills, Methodist Men's Club of the church, National Federation of Federal Employees, and for 32 years of Muskingum Lodge 468, F&AM, of White Cottage.

Source Unknown. (1/27/1966)

Lanning (She was an Inman by birth)

    Cassie Lanning, 85, of Hemlock, died Saturday, June 4 (1983), at Bethesda Hospital where she had been a patient since March 27.
    Mrs. Lanning was a member of the Church of Christ in Christian Union in Millerstown and attended Moxahala United Methodist Church.
    Her husband, Richard Lanning, died in 1964. 
    Surviving are two sons, Ernest of New Straitsville and Gene of Hemlock; two daughters, Lillie Mae Cook of Newark and Mrs. Clarence (Edna) Thompson of Hemlock; 19 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren.
    Friends called Humphrey Funeral Home in Shawnee. Services were held Tuesday at the Millerstown Church of Christ in Christian Union with the Rev. Ralph Post officiating. Burial was in Springer Cemetery near Hemlock.

Source Unknown.

    LeRoy Inman, 66, of Roseville, Ohio, died at 2 p.m. Friday Dec. 2 (1983) at his home. Mr. Inman was a retired operator engineer, a member of the International Union of Operating Engineers, Post 71 of the Roseville American Legion, Zanesville VFW Post 1058 and the Fraternal Order of Eagles of Crooksville. He was an Army veteran of World War II and a Protestant by faith.

Source unknown.

    Esther Inman died at Riverside Methodist Hospital, after open heart surgery. She was retired from Brush Pottery in Roseville, Ohio where she had worked for 39 years. Methodist by faith. Mrs. Inman was a member of Roseville American Legion Auxilliary, Rose Temple Phyrian Sisters of Roseville and its Past Chief Club.

Source Unknown. (1/21/1984)

    Hazel M. Inman, 72, of South Zanesville, Ohio died at 8 p.m., at the Muskingum County Home, Zanesville, Ohio. Mrs. Inman was a Methodist by faith and was formerly employed at Essex Wire, McCoy Pottery and Mosaic Tile Company. She has five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. 

Source unknown. (3/17/1991)

Dayton Daily News - September 22, 1993, Page: 2B
    INMAN, Louise, 79, of Vandalia, Tuesday. Services 10:30 a.m. Friday. (Morton & Whetstone)

Dayton Daily News - March 21, 1994, Page: 2B
    INMAN, Carl E., 61, of Huber Heights, Saturday. No services. (Marker & Heller, Huber Heights)

Regis Archibald

    EAST PALESTINE -- Regis N. Archibald, 74, of N. Market St., died at 8:20 p.m. Saturday at St. Elizabeth Hospital Medical Center of progressive supranuclear palsy.
    He was born Feb. 11, 1920 in East Palestine, the son of the late Abram A. and Ann Gillis Archibald, and was a lifelong resident of the community.
    Mr. Archibald owned and operated his own real estate agency from 1964 until his retirement in 1990. Earlier, he had been employed with the Rukenbrod Market.
    He was a U.S. Army veteran having served during World War II.
    He was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Church, a life member of the Knights of Columbus Reagan Council No. 1890, American Legion Post 31 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4579. He was also a former member and president of the East Palestine Park Board.
    He is survived by his wife, the former Miriam R. Pennell, whom he married Sept. 11, 1948; three sons, David R. and Michael S. Archibald, both of Westerville, and Paul S. Archibald of East Palestine; two daughters, Mrs. Karen S. Mitchell of East Palestine and Mrs. Christine
K. Morrison of Petersburg; a brother, Don Archibald of East Palestine; two sisters, Mrs. Vivian Clark of East Palestine and Mrs. Kathleen Patton of Massillon; and eight grandchildren.
    He was preceded in death by a daughter, Mrs. Deborah Orenic; and a sister, Mrs. Mary Dilworth.
    A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the church with the Rev. Daniel Cipar, Msc., officiating. 
    Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery.
    Friends may call from 7-9 p.m. today at the Oliver-Linsley Funeral Home where a Vigil service will be held at 7 p.m. 
    Material contributions may be made to the Society for Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Inc., P.O. Box 730, 388 Park View Drive, Scotch Plains, N.J. 07076-0730.

The Morning Journal, Lisbon, OH, 21 Mar 1994.

Dayton Daily News - February 10, 1995, Page: 6B
    INMAN, Lester, 68, 619 E. Canal St., Troy, Wednesday. Graveside services 10:30 a.m.
Saturday, Cedar Point Cemetery, Pasco. (Cromes, Sidney)

    Dora L. Daugherty, 96, died Sunday, April 7 at Riverside Hospital, Columbus. 
    She was the widow of Alvey "Whitey" Daugherty. 
    She was a retired manager at Kline Realty Co. 
    Surviving are a son, James L. Wilson Sr. of Lancaster; a stepdaughter, Mary K. Walker of Lancaster; a stepson, James H. Daugherty of Logan; special friends, Peg Woltz and Jane and Chad Rager; five grandchildren, Mrs. Gary (Cheryl) Schulte, Mrs. Don (Rhonda) Quaintance, Mrs. Roy (Cindi) Johnson, James L. (Leann) Wilson Jr. and Mrs. Kalvin (Saundra) Inman; five great-grandchildren, Amanda and Andrew Schulte, Kelly Quaintance, Katey Inman and Cory
Johnson; several stepgrandchildren; several step great-grandchildren; and a host of relatives, neighbors and friends. 
    Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Wednesday at Shaw-Davis Funeral Home, Beechwold-Clintonville Chapel, 4341 N. High St., Columbus. 
    Graveside services will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday at Greenlawn Cemetery, Nelsonville. 
    Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 today at the funeral home. 

Source: The Logan Daily News.

The Cincinnati Enquirer - March 22, 1997, Page: B02
    Jan Rose Mills, 63, a homemaker and wife of the late Addison Mills Sr., died Thursday of
    Surviving are a daughter, Gina Beutel of Florence; two sons, Addison Jr. of Villa Hills and Ronnie of Florence; a brother, Tex Inman of Tucson, Ariz.; and two grandchildren.
    Visitation is 5-8 p.m. Monday at Ronald B. Jones Funeral Home, Ludlow. The service will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Highland Cemetery Chapel, Fort Mitchell. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery.
Memorials can be made to Hospice of Northern Kentucky, 1419 Alexandria Pike, Fort Thomas 41075.

    Mima Inman , 81, of Cincinnati, formerly of Black Creek, died at 9:50 p.m. Saturday at Jewish Hospital of Kenwood in Cincinnati. She was a retired employee of Kroger Co.

The Cincinnati Post

The Columbus Dispatch, September 25, 1998

   INMAN Mrs. Walker P. Inman, of Evans, Ga., died Tuesday, September 22, 1998. Born in Augusta, Ga. Homemaker. Member First Presbyterian Church. Taught at Child Evangelism Fellowship. Survived by sons, Walker P. Inman, Columbus, Oh., George H. Inman and Andrew J. Inman, both of Augusta, Ga.; sister, Emma D. Shields, Charlotte, N.C.; 11 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends Thursday, September 24, 1998 from 6-8 p.m. at the ELLIOTT SONS FUNERAL HOME, Augusta, Ga. Funeral service 11 a.m. Friday, September 25, 1998 at First Presbyterian Church, Augusta, Ga. with Dr. Raymond C. Ortland Jr. and Rev. John W. P. Oliver officiating. Burial Magnolia Cemetery, Augusta, Ga. Memorial contributions may be made to Child Evangelism Fellowship, 2819 Jordan St., Augusta, Ga. 30906 or Westminster School, 3067 Wheeler Rd., Augusta, Ga. 30909 for the Alice P. Inman Scholarship Fund.

    Alice Emma Bernard, 82, Corning, died Thursday, Jan. 21, at Bethesda Hospital, Zanesville. 
    Born Nov. 1, 1916, Murray City, daughter of the late Barney and Katherine (Inman) Glenaman, she is survived by her husband, Harry Bernard. 
    Also surviving are daughter Sandra Claggett and sons Bonard Omar, Bruce, Larry R. and Ronald Bernard. 
    Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Monday, Jan. 25, at Millertown Church of Christ, Corning, with Rev. Ernest Eing officiating. 
    Burial will be in Beech Grove Cemetery. 
    Friends may call after 6 p.m. today and anytime Sunday at J.E. Humphrey Funeral Home in Shawnee.

The Logan Daily News - January 1999 

Elma Bergdorf - McDonald

    Elma Bergdorf McDonald, of Atlanta, Ga., died Feb. 3, 1999, at her daughter's home in Fredericksburg, Texas.
    Mrs. McDonald was born in Akron on Feb. 7, 1913, the daughter of Clarence W. and Della Blinn Bergdorf. She married Gerald E. McDonald at High Street Methodist Church in Barberton on Aug. 28, 1937. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in Atlanta in 1997; he survives. A resident of Atlanta for almost 50 years, she was a member of Peachtree Road United Methodist Church, United Methodist Women, Druid Hills Golf Club, and served nearly 20 years with Emory University Hospital Auxiliary.
    In addition to her husband, she is survived by her daughter, Susan M. Inman and her son-in-law, George W. Inman, of Fredericksburg, Texas; granddaughters, Kim Inman Gregory, Kristin W. Masraff, both of Houston, Texas, and Karen K. Lehman of Fredericksburg, Texas. She is also survived by her son, Tracy G. McDonald and wife, Janice, of Gainesville, Fla.; grandson, Jeffrey McDonald of Russellville, Ark.; granddaughters, Stacey M. Martin of Gainesville and Jenny M. Manchester of Copperas Cove, Texas; devoted niece, Diane Keiser Butcher of Copley; and 12 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, and by sisters, Beulah Bergdorf Huffman and Doris Bergdorf Keiser, all of Akron. Her brother, Clarence A. Bergdorf of Clinton, survives.
    The four generations of her family will hold a memorial service at a later date. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, or a charity of choice. (Schaetter's, 1-830-997-2151.) 

Judith Inman Fiedler

    Judith Inman Fiedler died suddenly on Sunday, January 30, 2000, in Sanibel, Florida.
    Judy was the daughter of Harold and Jo Inman of Jefferson, Ohio; the wife of John Fiedler of Chicago, Ill.; mother and mother-in-law, of Mike and Barb Fiedler of Raleigh, N.C., Jill and Jim Fischer and Caroline and Allen Fruth, both of Dallas, Texas; beloved Grammy to Andrew,
Mark and Thomas Fiedler of Raleigh, N.C.; beloved sister to Darlene Inman and John Inman of Jefferson. Judith was 60 years old and had traveled the world extensively, despite suffering from Multiple Sclerosis for more than 15 years.
    Judy and her husband John lived in many places in this world during their 40-year marriage. She especially enjoyed Hudson and Akron, Cumberland, Maryland, Dallas, Boston, Chicago, and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Her many friends and relatives will miss her engaging smile, optimistic attitude and fierce determination.
    The Judith Inman Fiedler Scholarship at Kent State University provides full support for Ashtabula Branch students wishing to complete their degree at Kent State University. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 910 W. Van Buren, 4th Floor, Chicago, IL 60607 or Kent State University, Ashtabula Campus, 3325 W. 13th St., Ashtabula, Ohio 44004.
    A memorial service will be held at the Fleming Funeral Home, Inc., a Family Care Group affiliate, 49 W. Jefferson St., Jefferson, on Saturday, February 5, 2000, at 10 a.m.

Source: The Beacon Journal Online

    RICE, JAMES G., of Riverview. June 13, 2000. Age 70. Beloved husband of Elna. Loving father of Denise and Paul (Connie). Dearest grandfather of Melissa McDonald and Carleen. Dear brother of Hazel Brown, Gladys McCallum, Earl, Pearl Inman, and Ruby Belleville. Visitation Thur. 5pm-9pm, Fri. 12pm-9pm. Chapel Service 10 am Sat. at Czopek Funeral Directors, 2157 Oak St., Wyandotte. Interment Michigan Memorial Park.

Detroit News

Victoria B. Engard

    Funeral services for Victoria B. Engard, 89, a resident of St. Catherine's Care Center, and formerly of North Baltimore, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Coldren-Crates Funeral Home, the Rev. Dennis Baum officiating. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery. 
    Visitation will be held from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. 
    Mrs. Engard died at 11:14 a.m. Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at Blanchard Valley Regional Health Center. 
    She was born Jan. 26, 1911 in Cleveland to Louis and Charlotte (Olszewska) Gravens. She married Lewis King in September 1926, and he died May 29, 1945. She later married Roscoe Engard in March 1946, and he died in November 1953. 
    Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Charles (Carol) Archable, Findlay; Mrs. Gary (Vivian) Lewis, Phoenix, Ariz.; and Arlene Brown, Logan; 31 grandchildren; and numerous great- and great-great-grandchildren. 
    She was preceded in death by a son, Henry; a daughter, Anita Inmon; a brother, Henry Gravens; and a sister, Irene Scott. 
    Mrs. Engard was retired from RCA. 
    She was a member of the Eagles Lodge, North Baltimore, and Women of the Moose Lodge 362, Findlay.

The Courier Online

Rachel Inman

    NELSONVILLE - Rachel Kathryn Coakley Inman, 86, of Westerville Friendship Village, went home to the Lord on Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2000, following an extended illness. 
    She was born April 6, 1914, in Nelsonville. She was a 1932 graduate of Nelsonville High School and a member of the Honor Society. She also was a member of Eastview United Methodist Church and Mary Circle.
    She was preceded in death by her husband, Albert L. Inman of Columbus; and her parents, Carl Q. and Florence H. Coakley of Nelsonville.
    She is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, Darrel L. and Anne Inman of Columbus; grandchildren, Carl L. (Dale) Inman of Grove City, Kurt L. (Karen) Inman of Columbus, Denise Brooks of Nelsonville, Karen (Jim) Bishop of Fayetteville, N.C., Daren L. (Mileyne) Inman of Lancaster and Stephen L. Inman of Nelsonville; 19 great-grandchildren and a great-great-grandson.
    Friends may call at Evans Funeral Home, 4171 E. Livingstone Ave., Columbus, today from 6 to 8 p.m. A graveside service will be held Friday, 3 p.m., at Greenlawn Cemetery, Nelsonville, with Pastor John Ash officiating.
    In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Parkinson's Society.


Bernadine Inman

    Bernadine B. Inman, age 94, of Ross, Ohio, passed away at Mercy Franciscan at Schroder early Monday morning, December 1, 2003. She was born on November 28, 1909, in Ross Township, the daughter of Welton and Lillian (Kraus) Brown. She attended Ross Schools and graduated from University of Cincinnati School of Nursing. Bernadine dedicated her life to nursing. She began her career at General Hospital in Cincinnati, taught nursing at Holzer Hospital in Gallipolis and was the first plant nurse at Proctor and Gamble’s Miami Valley Laboratories, retiring after 20 years of service. She was a member of Oxford Business and Professional Women’s Club where she was past president and State representative. She was a lifelong resident of Ross where she was a member of Venice Presbyterian Church.
    She is survived by one son, James Inman and his wife Nancy of Ross; two grandchildren, Cynthia Steward and her husband Darrell and Elizabeth Schindler and her husband Thomas; two great grandchildren, Declan and Cameron Steward; also survived by other loving relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Richard and Eugene Brown.
    A graveside funeral service will be held at Venice Cemetery in Ross on Wednesday, December 3, 2003 at 11:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials be made to Venice Presbyterian Church, P.O. Box 41, Ross, Ohio 45061 or Franciscan at Schroder, 1302 Millville Avenue, Hamilton, Ohio 45013. Charles C. Young Funeral Home, Ross, Ohio serving the family. 

Western Star (Dec/2/2003)

INMAN, Edith, 86, of Centerville, Friday. (Schlientz & Moore, Centerville) 2/14/2004 - www.daytondailynews.com

Ruth L. Inman, formerly of Westerville, Ohio. Born on March 14, 1925. Passed away on November 15, 2000. She is survived by daughter and son-in-law, Darlene and Mark Hutzel of Dallas, Texas; daughter, Belinda Inman of Austin, Texas; grandchildren, April Hutzel, Christopher Kuhns, Tiffany Hutzel, Stephen Kuhns and Jessica Kuhns and brother and sister-in-law, Howard and Mary Shimer of Westerville, Ohio. Longtime resident of Columbus Colony Housing. She was writer of OSDAA Column for the last nine years, was a member of Senior Citizen Group at CCH, she attended Ohio School for the Deaf and was a longtime member Christ Episcopal Church in Dayton. A memorial service will be held 2:00 p.m. Saturday November 25, 2000 at Columbus Colony Housing; 1165 Colony Dr., Westerville,
Ohio, Rev. Gordon Price officiating. Private graveside services will follow at Dayton Memorial Park in Dayton, Ohio.


Judith Inman Fiedler

    Judith Inman Fiedler died suddenly on Sunday, January 30, 2000, in Sanibel, Florida.
    Judy was the daughter of Harold and Jo Inman of Jefferson, Ohio; the wife of John Fiedler of Chicago, Ill.; mother and mother-in-law, of Mike and Barb Fiedler of Raleigh, N.C., Jill and Jim Fischer and Caroline and Allen Fruth, both of Dallas, Texas; beloved Grammy to Andrew, Mark and Thomas Fiedler of Raleigh, N.C.; beloved sister to Darlene Inman and John Inman of Jefferson. Judith was 60 years old and had traveled the world extensively, despite suffering from Multiple Sclerosis for more than 15 years.
    Judy and her husband John lived in many places in this world during their 40-year marriage. She especially enjoyed Hudson and Akron, Cumberland, Maryland, Dallas, Boston, Chicago, and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Her many friends and relatives will miss her engaging smile, optimistic attitude and fierce determination.
    The Judith Inman Fiedler Scholarship at Kent State University provides full support for Ashtabula Branch students wishing to complete their degree at Kent State University. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 910 W. Van Buren, 4th Floor, Chicago, IL 60607 or Kent State University, Ashtabula Campus, 3325 W. 13th St., Ashtabula, Ohio 44004.
    A memorial service will be held at the Fleming Funeral Home, Inc., a Family Care Group affiliate, 49 W. Jefferson St., Jefferson, on Saturday, February 5, 2000, at 10 a.m.

Source - http://www.ohio.com/bj/obituaries/022000/a/035136.htm

Ricky Inman

FOREST -- Ricky Ray Inman, 52, of Forest, died at 5:40 a.m. Friday at Medical College of Ohio, Toledo. Funeral arrangements are pending at Shields Funeral Home, Forest.

The Courier, (Jun/13/2004)

Raymond Inman

    Raymond A. Inman, 68, of Trenton, died Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2003, at the Middletown Regional Hospital.
    He is survived by his sons, Donald, Garland, Alan, Anthony, David, William and Keith Inman; and a daughter, Sherri Carlin.
    Funeral services are 3 p.m. today at the T. P. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave., Mount Washington.
Middletown Journal (Nov/2/2003)

Kim E. Inman

    BARTLESVILLE, OK Kim E. Inman, 49, died on October 25, 2003, in Bartlesville, Okla.
    He was born on December 28, 1954 in Ashtabula, OH, the son of Roy and Dorothy (Dearing) Inman.
    He was a Veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, serving in the Vietnam War. He returned to Liberal, Kansas in 1975 and worked in the oil field.
    Mr. Inman married Sherry A. Dively on December 17, 1977 in Liberal, KS. He was an electrician for Schlumberger Oil Field Service in Bartlesville, OK, for five years.
    He was a member of the Emmanuel Southern Baptist Church in Liberal, and worked as a sound technician during the worship services.
    Survivors include his wife; four children, Donald and Chase Inman of Wann, OK, Kimberly (Shane) Merkey of Copan, OK, and Tiffany Inman of Bartlesville, OK; his mother, Dorothy of Jefferson; a brother, Barry Allen of Gillette, WY; and two grandchildren, Michael and Vera Merkey.
    He was preceded in death by his father.
    A Funeral Service was held at the Emmanuel Southern Baptist Church in Liberal, OK, with the Reverend Aaytt Carpenter presiding. Burial was in the Kismet Cemetery with Military Honors by the Ft. Riley Honor Guard.

Star-Beacon (Nov/14/2003) The OK copy of this obit lists his mother as Martha Cole.

Martha L. Inman

    Age 82, died Nov. 24, 2003. She loved family and friends unconditionally and will be greatly missed by all who knew her. She is survived by son, Douglas Sanborn; daughter, Deborah Sanborn; son-in-law, Louis Rees and grandson, Joseph Rees. Memorial services will be held 4 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5, 2003 at First Unitarian Church, 21600 Shaker Blvd., Shaker Hts. In lieu of flowers, contributions, in Martha's memory, are suggested to the American Cancer Society. ARRANGEMENTS BY FIORITTO FUNERAL SERVICE.

Cleveland Plain Dealer (Dec/15/2003)

William "Bill" H. Inman Sr.

    85, passed away July 28, 2003. Beloved husband of Correan (nee Wells), loving father of William Jr., Thomas (Carolyn), Delores, Charles (Shirley), Hurley, Elisha (Daphne) and Terrance (Debbie), dear brother of Irene Felix and Jesse, caring grandfather of 15, great-grandfather of 37, great-Godfather of 2, nephew of Emma Sue Busey. Preceded in death by brothers Luther and Hubert Inman. Service Monday, 11:00 a.m., Fellowship Baptist Church, 901 W. Liberty St., Medina. VISITATION SUNDAY 7-9 PM, WAITE & SON FUNERAL HOME, MEDINA CHAPEL, 765 N. COURT ST. Contributions to the Inman Family, c/o Waite & Son Funeral Home.

Cleveland Plain Dealer (Jan/5/2004)

J. David Inmon

    GREENWICH -- J. David Inmon, 51, died Monday, March 29, 2004, at home.
    Mr. Inmon was born April 18, 1952, in Paintsville, Kentucky, he moved to Greenwich in 1963. He was a 1970 graduate of South Central High School in Greenwich.
    He owned and operated Dave Inmon Motors of Greenwich and had been in the automobile business for 30 years.
    He attended the Ripley Church in Greenwich.
    He loved to watch his son drag race a 1972 Nova and watch high school basketball.
    Mr. Inmon is survived by his wife, Mary Kreais Inmon, whom he married October 19, 1991; three sons, Shawn David Inmon of Lyndhurst, Michael James Inmon at home and Mark Thomas Inmon of Willard; two granddaughters; his mother, Zora Music Inmon; two sisters, Lola (Larry) Bailey of Willard and Judy (Dave) Lillo of Willard; four brothers, Billy R. (Kathy) Inmon of Willard, Clester (Betty) Inmon of Greenwich, Kenny (Shirl) Inmon of Garrett, Kentucky, and Orville (Jeri) Inmon of Greenwich; and his father-in-law, Wayne Kreais of Bascom, Ohio.
    He was preceded in death by his father, Andy Inmon, and mother-in-law, Louise Kreais.
    Friends may call 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Thursday at the Ripley Church, 4130 Edwards Road, Greenwich, where funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Friday, with visitation one hour prior. Pastor Robert Hudberg will officiate and burial will follow in Edwards Grove Cemetery, Greenwich.
    Arrangements by Eastman Funeral Home, Greenwich.

News Journal - Tuesday, March 31, 2004

LOS ANGELES -- David Dale Inman, 69, passed away Saturday, Feb. 28, 2004, in Los Angeles, Calif.

    He was very instrumental in bringing hot meals to home-bound people in the neighborhood of Los Angeles and Glendale. In 1996 he was recognized for his volunteer work and selected to carry the Olympic Torch through Los Angeles on its way to Atlanta. For many years he was employed as a district supervisor at Coronet Variety Stores and later as a sales representative for the Intercraft Co.
    Formerly of Cannelville, he was born Jan. 20, in Zanesville. He graduated from Roseville High School.
    Surviving are a brother, Stanley (Todd) Inman of Roseville; and a sister, Iva Lee (Ike) Miller of East Fultonham.
    He was preceded in death by his mother, Katie Pierce Inman; his father, Roy Inman; brothers, Harold (Pete), Leroy (Lard) and Murl; and sisters, Hazel, Louise, Ruth and Laura.
    Following memorial services his body was cremated.

Published Telegraph-Forum - Wednesday, March 31, 2004

Ricky Inman

    FOREST -- Graveside services for Ricky R. Inman, 52, of 205 N. Warner St., Forest, will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at Hueston Cemetery, Forest, the Rev. Mark Bishop officiating.
    Visitation will be held from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday at Shields Funeral Home, Forest.
    Mr. Inman died at 5:40 a.m. Friday, June 11, 2004 at Medical College of Ohio Hospital, Toledo.
    Memorials may be made to the Forest-Jackson Fire Department or EMS.

TheCourier.com - June 14th, 2004

INMAN David C.

    David C. Inman, 57, of Sylvania Township, passed away suddenly Tuesday, October 12, 2004, at the St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center. David was employed with Katie Steel, and with Chrysler Jeep Corp., where he served as production worker, supervisor and superintendent. He was an Air Force veteran of the Viet Nam War serving from 1965 -1970. David enjoyed riding motorcycles. He was a member of the G.W.R.R.A for more than 20 years, the American Motorcycle Association, the Motorcycle Riders Foundation, and the Toledo Hog Chapter 1524. He also assisted in establishing Friends on Wheels.
    David is survived by his loving wife of more than 21 years, Carol; daughters, Cheryl (Brian) Reash and Lisa (Greg) Spross; grandchildren, Katie, Matthew, Christopher, Bradley, and Taylor, and brother in law, David Hirst. He was preceded in death by his parents, Norman and Maribel Inman, and sisters, Patricia Bowman and Judy Hirst.
    Friends may call at the Reeb Funeral Home, 5712 N. Main St., Sylvania, OH, Thursday (Today) from 2 - 8 p.m. The Funeral Mass will be conducted at the Little Flower Catholic Church, Friday, October 15th at 10 a.m. Those wishing to give memorials are asked to consider the Lucas County Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society. David loved his family and the United States of America, UNITED WE STAND.

Toledoblade.com - Published: Oct 14, 2004

INMAN Thomas "Tiger Tom"

    Thomas J. "Tiger Tom" Inman, age 79, of Toledo, passed away Saturday, January 1, 2005, at Northwest Ohio Hospice, Toledo. He was born August 15, 1925, to Thomas and Florence (Long) Inman in Toledo. Tom was a 1944 graduate of Waite High School and 1948 graduate of Bowling Green State University. Tom was employed with Toledo Public Schools for 41 years. Before retiring, he was assigned to Start High School and served as the Physical Education Teacher, Athletic Director for 23 years and the Girls Varsity Track Coach for 16 years. Tom played on 3 National Invitational Tournament Basketball Teams (1945-46-48). He was selected to the 1943-44 All Toledo Ohio All City Basketball Team. He played right half back on the undefeated 1943 Waite High School Football Team that claimed mythical State Championship. Tom was inducted into the Waite High School Hall of Fame in 1980. He was selected Bowling Green State University 1985 Varsity Club Coach of the Year. Tom earned 10 Varsity Letters at B.G.S.U., four each in basketball and baseball and two in football. He coached the Start Golden Girls Track Team taking them to a State Championship Class AAA in 1980. Tom was also the first football coach at Start High School in 1962. He was the City League Meet Director 1968-74 and the Co-Meet Director of the first Girls Toledo Blade Relays in 1972. Tom was the Co-Chairman for the 1969 Stadium Drive, which was later dedicated to him in 1989. Tom was also inducted into the Toledo City League Athletic Hall of Fame in 1990. After retiring, Tom enjoyed time golfing, swimming and following the Ohio State Buckeyes.
    Thomas is survived by his loving wife of 56 years, Helen (Dombrady) Inman; son, Tom (Luann) Inman, and daughter, Laurie Inman; grandchildren, Kallie and Jenna; niece, Stephanie (Paul) Zylka, and great nephews, Derek, Garret and Kyle.
    The family will receive guests Thursday from 4-6 p.m. in the Newcomer Family Funeral Home, 4150 W. Laskey Rd., (419-473-0300). A Memorial Service will begin Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Officiating will be Pastor Paul Walberg.
    A special thank you to Laurie for the loving care and support she provided to her father during his illness.
    In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Northwest Ohio, 800 S. Detroit Ave., Toledo, Ohio 43609 or to the Start High School Girl's Track Team, c/o Start High School. Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.newcomerfamily.com

Mary Ellen Inman
Nov. 12, 1926-Jan. 18, 2005

    A funeral service for Mary Ellen Inman, 78, of Heath, will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the Brucker and Kishler Funeral Home, with Pastors Tom and Carol Myers officiating. Burial will follow in Smith Chapel Cemetery, where a graveside prayer will take place.
    Mrs. Inman was a news correspondent for 32 years for The Advocate.
    She passed away Jan. 18, 2005, at the Heath Nursing Care Center. She was born Nov. 12, 1926, in Licking County, to the late Henry L. and Stella Jane (Baughman) Osborn.
    Mrs. Inman was a member of the Rocky Fork Church of God. She was a driver and teacher aid for Head Start, and she was a volunteer for the 4-H Club. She also enjoyed playing the piano.
    She is survived by her daughter, Mellia Jane Inman of Newark; six sons; granddaughter, Charlie Inman of Mount Vernon; five grandchildren; and one great-grandson.
    In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Eddie L. Inman Sr.; two brothers; and one stepgrandchild.
    Friends may call from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home, 985 N. 21st St., Newark.
Originally published in the News Journal - Wednesday, January 19, 2005

Rachel Ann Inman October 23, 1984 - August 19, 2005

    Inman, Rachel beloved daughter of Daniel (Becky) Inman Sr. and Karen Brunner (Rick) Merrill, loving sister of Daniel Jr, Hannah and Hope, dear granddaughter of Jean Inman, beloved aunt of Daniel J. Inman III, loving niece of Stanley (Mary Ann) Inman Jr., Margie (Ron) Walther, Marilyn (Jim) Korb, Barb (Wayne) Ward, David (Cheri) Inman, Sue Henry, William (Theresa) Brunner III, Jerome (Linda) Brunner, Sandi Plummer, Ronald (Denise) Brunner, Sylvia Schinkel, Mark Brunner, Lynn (Tom) Corbett and John (Teresa) Brunner, Numerous cousins. Saturday, August 20, 2005. Friends may call at the Vitt, Stermer and Anderson Funeral Home 4619 Delhi Rd. Friday 6-9 PM. Funeral mass will be Saturday 10 AM at St. Dominic Church. Condolences may be made to the family at www.andersonfuneralhomes.com

    INMAN Charles Edward, loving husband of Elizabeth Inman (nee Russell). Dear father of Charlene (Tony) Gadomski, JoAnne Bray, Charles W. Inman, James
(Karen) Inman and the late Elizabeth Inman. Brother of Ruth Woods, Lorene Williams, Brenda Weekley and the late Frank Inman. Also survived by 11
grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Charles died Tuesday March 14, 2006 at the age of 70. Residence Anderson Township. Visitation Friday 5 to 8
P.M. at E. C. Nurre Funeral Home, St. Rt. 125, Amelia, Ohio. Funeral service 10 A.M., Saturday March 18, 2006 at Calvary Freewill Baptist Church 3969 St.
Rt. 132 Batavia, Ohio 45103. Interment Mt. Moriah Cemetery.

Funeral Home: E. C. Nurre Funeral Home
Funeral Date: Mar. 18, 10 a.m.

Originally published on 3/16/2006 Cincinnati Enquirer or Post Paper

George Arthur Inman

    DUNMOR George Arthur Inman, 92, died Friday, June 2, 2006 at Russellville Health Care Manor.
    Born in Muhlenberg County, April 10, 1914, he was a World War II Navy veteran, a retired TVA Boilermaker and a Kentucky Colonel. A member of Dunmor Baptist Church, he was preceded in death by his wife, Ruby Elizabeth Covington Inman and his parents, Kit Inman and Alma Vanover Inman.
    Survivors include four daughters, Alma Russ, Doris Wilson and Joyce Arnold, all of Dunmor and Peggy Hunt of Russellville; three sons, Lester Inman of Dunmor, Donald Inman of Beechmont and Butch Inman of Lewisburg; a sister, Pearl Chaney of Murray; a brother, Bill Inman of Salt Lake City, Utah; 14 grandchildren; 20 great grandchildren and four great-great grandchildren.
    Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. June 5 at Price Funeral Home Inc. in Lewisburg with the Rev. Tommy Sandlin, Dr. Lloyd Johnson and the Rev. Jeremy Whitney officiating. Burial followed at Dunmor Cemetery in Dunmor.

The Times Journal, (Jun/9/2006)

Theresa E. Inman

    THERESA E. INMAN (nee Konrad), age 89. Beloved wife of the late Roy. Loving mother of Raymond (Kathleen), Lawrence (Karen) and the late Eugene. Cherished grandmother of Jeanne, Michael, Julia Linson (Rob), Matthew and Theresa McDaniel (Paul) and great-grandmother of Abigail and Benjamin. Dear sister of the late Julia Konrad. Member of the Altanr and Rosary Society. Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, Nov. 11, 2006 at 9:30 a.m. at St. Michael Church, (Scranton Rd). Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends received FRIDAY 5-9 P.M. AT THE A. RIPEPI & SONS FUNERAL HOME, 3202 FULTON RD. 216-281-8800 www.aripepiandsons.com www.cleveland.com/obits

Published in The Plain Dealer from 11/9/2006 - 11/10/2006.

Michael E. Bednar

    MICHAEL E. BEDNAR, age 55. Beloved son of Edward and Virginia (nee Schweda) (both deceased); loving brother of Kathleen Inman (Raymond); dear uncle of Julie Linson (Rob) and Matthew Inman; great uncle of Abigail and Benjamin Linson; cousin of Marilyn Benditz and Paul Mandzak; cherished friend of Joseph Sivik. Resident of Our Lady of the Wayside since 2002. Funeral Services Monday, Dec. 18, 2006 at THE MALLCHOK FUNERAL HOME, 5660 RIDGE RD., PARMA, OH at 10 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS AT THE FUNERAL HOME SUNDAY 3-6 P.M. Family would appreciate contributions to Our Lady of the Wayside, 38135 Colorado Ave., Avon, Ohio 44011.

Published in The Plain Dealer on 12/17/2006.

Ronald L. Inman Jr.

    Ronald L. Inman, Jr., 41, of Dearborn, MI formerly of Canton passed away Friday, December 22, 2006 in Michigan, after a long batter with cancer. He was born April 26, 1965 to Ronald Inman, Sr. and Mary Inman-Parker. He graduated from McKinley High School in 1984, where he won many ribbons and trophies on the track team. He was preceded in death by his father, Ronald Inman, Sr; his grandparents, Rev. J.W. and Nellie Inman; grandmother, Mamie Mitchell and a sister, Rhonda Inman-Umbles. He leaves to mourn his passing his wife, Narriman Abdau-Inman; two sons, Andrew Inman (Jantrell) of Canton and Ronald Inman III of Dearborn, MI; one daughter, Renell Inman of Dearborn, MI; one grandson, Xavier of Canton; his mother, Mary Inman-Parker of Perry Township; four sisters, Andrea Currence, Sherrie Inman-Vinson, Daren Weir and Carol Fite, all of Canton; one brother, Darryl Currence of Canton; one uncle, Lawrence (Ellen) Tabbs; two aunts, Mary and Joyce, both of Canton; many nieces, nephews and cousins and a special friend, Mrs. Evelyn Wesley of Canton. Many thanks to our friends for all their prayers and words of encouragement that helped sustain us through this long, painful, heartrending journey. A very special thanks to our friends Bernie Cueno and Cheryl Graham who provided us with transportation many times to visit Ronnie while he was sick. In accordance with Ron's wishes, there will be no services. Please sign the guest book at www.cantonrep.com/obituaries

Published in The Repository or The Independent on 12/28/2006.

Inman, Rev. William

    Inman, Rev. William E. age 77 passed away Wednesday November 7, 2007. He was born 12-10-1929 in Cincinnati the son of the late Everett and Laura (nee Loudermilk) Inman. He is survived by his wife of over 60 years, Arlene (nee Thompson) Inman; two sons, Terry (Angela) Inman and W. Jeffrey (Michelle) Inman; one daughter, Sandra DeMoss, and 7 grandchildren. Visitation Monday November 12, 2007 from 11:00 AM until the time of the funeral service at 12:30 PM in the chapel of Forest Lawn Memorial Park 3227 Dixie Highway, Erlanger, Kentucky, with burial to follow. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions would be appreciated in Rev. Inman’s memory to any National City Bank. The Webster Funeral Home 3080 Homeward Way at Rt. 4, Fairfield is serving the family.

Funeral Home: Webster Funeral Home Funeral Date: Nov. 12, 12:30 p.m.



    Elmo Morgan Inman, 82, of Highland Heights, died Dec. 7, 2007 at Christ Hospital, Cincinnati.
    He was a furnace light-up man for the Ford Motor Co., Scoutmaster and Knothole baseball coach, member of Henry Barnes Masonic Lodge 607, Dayton, and winner of medals in the Senior Olympics.
    His wife, Thelma Hunt Inman, and daughter, Virginia Sue Inman, died previously.
    Survivors include his daughters, Linda Carmack, June Staab, Lois Merrill and Teresa Gilbert; son, Tracy Inman; brother, Ameris Inman; sisters, Mae Ola Guillory and Mary Smith; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
    Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery, Southgate.

The Cincinnati Enquirer - (Dec/15/2007) 

T. Ann Inman

    INMAN, T. Ann 71, of Xenia, Sunday, Dec. 17, 2007. Services 10 A.M., Thursday, Dec. 20, 2007, Neeld Funeral Home, Xenia.

Published in the Dayton Daily News on 12/18/2007.

Ronald Inman Jr.
Apr. 26, 1965-Dec. 22, 2006

In loving memory of our beloved son, husband, father, grandfather and brother.
The year that has passed hasn't eased the pain of losing you. We are grateful that you are at peace, with your heavenly Father, but selfishly wish you were still here with us. Your kids want to tell you what they're doing in school and what they want for Christmas. Your sister wants to tell you about her new job. Your wife wants to tell you how much she loves and misses you, and your Mom just wants to hear you say "Hi Mom" Tell Granny and Grandmommie we said Merry Christmas.
Wife, Nariman, Sons Andrew and Ronnie, Daughter Renell, Grandson Xavier, Sister Andrea, Brother Darryl and Mom.

Published in The Repository or The Independent on 12/22/2007.

Campbell F. Inman
    CAMPBELL F. "ROY, KILLER" INMAN, age 74, of Streetsboro, OH. Beloved husband of Shirley (nee Lea). Loving father of Joy Rose, Dave (Ann) Inman, Frank (Becky) Inman, Traci (Brian) Prochazka, Rita (Larry) Baumgartl, Terrie (Eddie) Thyret. Dear grandfather of 16 and great-grandfather of seven. Beloved brother of nine sisters. Died Saturday, Jan. 5, 2008. Roy served his country in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 10, 2008 at JOHNSON-ROMITO, A GOLDEN RULE FUNERAL HOME, 521 BROADWAY, BEDFORD, OH., 440-232 1441, where friends will be received FROM 2-4 AND 6-8 P.M. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. Burial to follow services at Crown Hill Cemetery. www.cleveland.com/obits

Published in The Plain Dealer from 1/7/2008 - 1/8/2008.