14. Ferman SINES Sr.
Obituary - The Granville Times
Thursday April 27 1933
Furman Sines, 82, died Friday in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Nancy McElwee in Center Village. He was a former resident of Johnstown, and had been ill but two weeks. Besides his daughter he is survived by four sons: Milton of Johnstown, Tilton of Waverly, Perry of Granville and Furman Jr. of Scarsburg, and sister, Mrs. Viola Needles of Columbus.
The spelling on the headstone is Ferman.
NEWARK ADVOCATE SATURDAY 4-22-1933
"EX-JOHNSTOWN RESIDENT DIES"
FURMAN SINES, 82, FORMER RESIDENT OF JOHNSTOWN DIED FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE HOME OF HIS DAUGHTER, MRS NANCY MCELWEE IN CENTER VILLAGE. HE HAD BEEN ILL 2 WEEKS AND DEATH RESULTED FROM HARDENING OF THE LIVER. HIS WIFE PRECEEDED HIM IN DEATH. HE LEAVES BESIDE HIS DAUGHTER, 4 SONS, MILTON OF JOHNSTOWN, TILTON OF WAVERLY,PERRY OF GRANVILLE, AND FURMAN JR OF SUNBURY,ALSO A SISTER MRS VIOLA NEEDLES OF COLUMBUS, 18 GRANDCHILDRENAND 7 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. THE BODY WAS REMOVED TO THE PAUL EMERSON FUNERAL HOME AND SERVICES WILL BE HELD THERE MONDAY MORNING AT 10 AM WITH BURIAL IN GREEN HILL CEMETERY.
69. Effie SINES
12 JUL 1877 Harlem, Delaware, Ohio from family search
72. Julia SINES
Still living at home on 1900 census
74. Mary J. SINES
Sines Mary 11/24/1906 S 22-6-25 Monroe Twp. Monroe Twp. W Tuberculosis Johnstown 382
This is from Licking County Death Records.
75. Benton SINES
WWI- BENTON SINES,SERIAL # 1941184,RESIDENCE WAVERLY OH,ENLISTED 9-22-1917, BORN NEAR JOHNSTOWN OH,DIVISION NATIONAL ARMY, LOCATION WAVERLY OH,BIRTH DATE/AGE 30 11/12,ASSIGNS COMMENT-CO G 330 INFANTRY TO 3 MAR 1918; 6 CO IINFANTRY TRAINING REGIMENT TO 2 SEPT 1918; CO F 161 INFANTRY TO 8 SEPT 1918;CO M 126 INFANTRY TO DEATH. PVT 22 SEPT 1917;PVT 1ST CLASS 6 DEC 1917;CORP. 13 APR 1918. OISE-AISNE, AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES 14 MAR 1918 TO DEATH. KILLED IN ACTION 10 OCT 1918. NOTIFIED MRS. FURMAN SINES, WIFE, SUNBURY OH.
NOTE- WRITTEN AS FOUND. THE MRS FURMAN SINES NAMED WOULD BE HIS STEP MOTHER.
76. Rebecca SINES
Sines Rebecca 07/06/1904 S 15- - Johnstown Johnstown W Consumption Johnstown 376
This is from Licking County Death Records.
77. Dorey SINES
Living with Tilton on the 1910 cencus
16. Viola Jane SINES
Obituary - The Columbus Dispatch
Friday December 7, 1945
Needels - Viola Jane, age 83, Thursday, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Almeda Sines, 3 miles north of Delaware. Also survived by 1 son, Elijah Needles of Newark, Ohio; 5 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren. She was born and reared at Center Village, Ohio. Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. from the DeVore Funeral Home, Delaware. Rev. Mrs. Marzelle Smith officiating. Burial, Hanover Cemetery.
1920 census shows Viola living with Almeda and Cyrus McFarland
18. Sylvester SINES
OLD SETTLER GONE
Settled in Norton County in 1886 --- a Good Man
Sylvester Sines was born in Franklin county Ohio, July 25, 1850 and died in Norton county Kansas August 26, 1911 at the age of 61 years, one m onth and one day. He was married to Minerva Cameron February 7, 1877 in Pickering county Md [sic]. with his wife he moved to Norton county Kansas in 1886 where he lived since except a part of the time the family lived in Graham county. He leaves to mourn a widow and one daughter Mrs. Charles Reedy. Mr. Sines has been a patient sufferer for many months and while everything was done that human hands could do to give him reli ef his friends his family and himself were well aware that the cancer with which he was afflicted was slowly sapping the life blood and his days on this earth were limited. Mr. Sines was a good man a kind and loving husband an indulgent father and a good neighbor. The funeral services were held at the family home, Elder B. W. Mulkey preaching a sermon full of words of comfort to the bereaved ones. The body was laid to rest in Lenoras South Cemetery.
Monday, October 3, 2005
Leopold "Bus" Bahl of McCook will be celebrating his 95th birthday Monday. He was born in Hays, Kan., on Oct. 3, 1910, but came to McCook at an early age and has spent most of his life in the community.
Bus worked at the McCook Gazette for more than 60 years. He started as a carrier and rose to the position of production manager. Cards will reach him at 402 Missouri Avenue Circle, McCook, NE 69001.
(Anniversaries ~ 02/15/05)
The family of Bus and June Bahl is hosting a card shower in honor of the couple's 70th anniversary. They were married Feb. 16, 1935, in McCook. Cards will reach them at 402 Missouri Ave.Cir #5, McCook, NE 69001
Leopold F. 'Bus' Bahl
Monday, January 21, 2008
Oct. 3, 1910 - Jan. 18, 2008
Leopold Francis "Bus" Bahl died Friday, Jan. 18, 2008, at Hillcrest Nursing Home in McCook at the age of 97. He was born Oct. 3, 1910, at Hays, Kan., the son of the late Adam and Dorothea (Bissing) Bahl. Bus grew up at McCook where he graduated from McCook High School in 1932.
On Feb. 16, 1935, Bus married June Sines in McCook, They spent their married life in McCook. Bus started with the McCook Gazette as a paper carrier and for many years was Production Supervisor before retiring after 63 years with the Gazette. On April 5, 1944, Bus entered the U.S. Army where he was Communications Chief during World War II. He was a Sergeant and received four Bronze Stars for his service in the Rhineland, Ardennes and the Central Europe campaigns before his honorable discharge on Oct. 16, 1945. He was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Knights of Columbus, the American Legion, VFW and McCook Elks Lodge 1434. Bus enjoyed bowling, fishing and hunting but most enjoyed watching his grandchildren and great-grandchildren play and was proud to see them grow from very special tots into adults. He was preceded in death by one daughter, Judi Cappel on June 18, 1970; his parents; brothers, William, Edmund, Robert and Walter "Buddy" Bahl; and sisters, Henrietta Thomas, Isabelle Barnes, Marjorie Unger and Jeannie DeForest. Bus is survived by his wife, June Bahl of McCook; one son, Jack Bahl and his wife, June of North Platte; one daughter, Janet Thompson and husband, Ron of Idaho Falls, Idaho; five grandchildren, Janell, Kathleen and Bruce Cappel, Stephanie Luce and Lesli Strubel and husband, James; eight great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews; and many friends. Rosary will be 7 p.m., Tuesday at Herrmann Funeral Home in McCook. Mass of Christian burial will be 10:30 a.m., Wednesday at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in McCook with Rev. Gary Brethour officiating. Interment with military honors will be at Fort McPherson National Cemetery at Maxwell. Memorials may be given in his name and friends may call at Herrmann Funeral Home from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Herrmann Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
114. Peter SEARFOSS
1920 census shows his mother living with him Marie E.