Mrs. Amaziah Eddy
Mrs. Amaziah (Alverda Jane)
Eddy, 96, Newport,
died at 12:40 a.m. today in
Marietta Memorial Hospital.
She was born Oct. 18, 1876 in Newport
Twp., a daughter of the late William and Rebecca Morris Noland. She was married
to Amaziah Eddy. He died June
10, 1965. Two sons and one daughter survive, Clarence B. Eddy, Sebring, Fla.;
Joseph C. Eddy, Newport,
and Mrs. Urie (Philura) Rowland, Stowe. Two sons, Con and Isaac Eddy preceded
her in death. There are 19 grandchildren, 59 great- grandchildren and 13
great-great- grandchildren. One sister survives, Mrs. Ida Davis, Akron. Three brothers,
Sylvester, Charles and Dudley Noland and one sister, Ada, preceded her in death.
Mrs. Eddy was a member of the
No. 9 Community Church.
arrangements are incomplete. Friends may call at Doudna & McClure Funeral
NEWPORT — Boyd Eddy, 74, of Newport Rt. 1
died early Monday morning, Sept. 19, at his home.
He was born May 30, 1914, in Newport Township
to George and Mattie Hull Eddy. He had been engaged in farming all his life and
was known to many people for his apple and peach orchards. He had spent all his
life in this area.
He married Twila Evilsizer, who
preceded him in death on Nov. 21. 1977.
He is survived by one daughter,
Mrs. Russell (Connie) Weiss of Belpre; three grandchildren; two brothers,
Kenneth and John, both of Marietta;
and several nephews and nieces.
He was preceded in death by one
sister Gertrude Eddy Abicht.
Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Eastlawn Memorial Park with Father Michael P.
O’Reily and the Rev. Kurt Landerholm officiating. Friends may call at
McClure-Schafer Funeral Home where the family will be present from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to
9 p.m. today.
contributions may made to the Beech Grove United Methodist Church Building
Fund, in care of Mrs. David Hays. Box
15. Route 1. Newport,
Edith Marie Eddy
MARIE — Edith Marie Eddy, 80, of
207 Clark Drive died at 10:30 a.m. yesterday (Sept. 5, 1994) at Selby General Hospital.
She was born Aug. 17, 1914, at Newport to William and
Rene Decker Harris. She was a member of Little Muskingum Congregational Church;
Pythian Sisters Temple 230 at Low ell; Marietta Chapter 59, Order of Eastern
Star; and White Shrine of Jerusalem 12.
She is survived by her husband,
John I. Eddy, whom she married May 25, 1931; two sons, John Douglas Eddy of
Columbus and George William Eddy of Poway, Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. Byron
(Linda) Westerman of Austin, Texas, and Mrs. Lucie Bingler of Marietta; 10
grand children, including Kellie Marie and Steven Shawn Bingler of the home;
eight great-grandchildren; one brother, Robert Norman Harris of Marietta; and
several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by one
brother, Arthur Harris; and three sisters, Bernice Collins, Lucille Talbat and
are 2:30 p.m. Thursday at
McClure-Schafer Funeral Home with the Rev. Richard Saltzwedel officiating.
Burial is in East
Park. Friends may call from to morrow morning
until the hour of services at the funeral home, where the family will receive
friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
Etta K. Eddy
NEWPORT Etta Kethryn Eddy, 84,
of Newport died
at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in Marietta Memorial Hospital.
She was torn Jan. 19, 1898, at Archers
Fork to Richard and Anna
She was a member of the Newport Church of Christ.
On July 1916, she married Thomas
W. Eddy who preceded her in death on Feb 1, 1961.
Survivors include two daughters,
Mrs. Raymond (Ruth) Hoff and Mrs. Larry (Alberta)
Shingleton, both of Newport;
a grandson; four granddaughters; 11 great grandchildren and two
great-great-grandchildren. Two brothers and three sisters preceded her in
will be conducted at 1 p.m.
Friday in the McClure-Schafer Funeral Home with Randy Matheny officiating.
Burial will be in Newport
Cemetery. Friends may
call at the funeral home.
Grace Smith Eddy
NEWPORT — Grace Smith Eddy, 88, of Newport died at 1 p.m. Friday (May 24, 2002) at the Marietta Nursing
She was born June 2, 1913, in Newport to Commodore and
Mary Angeline Edwards Smith.
She was a home maker and a
member of Beech Grove United
She is survived by two sons, Ben
Eddy of Lowell and Clifford Eddy and his wife, Lee, of Friendly, W.Va.; two
daughters, Anita Merritt and her husband, David, of Prospect, Ohio, and Mary
Joe Barnette and her husband, Terry, of Davisville, W.Va.; and several
grandchildren, great-grandchildren; step-grandchildren; and step-
She was preceded in death by her
husband, Joseph C. Eddy, on Feb.
10, 1996; her parents; two brothers, Harold Smith and Frank Smith;
and two sisters, Lucille Harris and Helen Gann.
are at 11 a.m. Tuesday at
McClure-Schafer-Lankford Funeral Home in Marietta
with the Rev. Steve Smith officiating. Burial is in Newport Cemetery.
Friends may call from noon
today until the hour of the service at the funeral home. The family will be
present to greet friends from 2 to 4 and 7
to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.
Karl Duane Eddy
NEW MATAMORAS — Karl Duane Eddy,
80, of New Matamoras Route 3 died at 11:30
a.m. Tuesday (June
20, 2000) at his home.
He was born Sept. 14, 1919, in Archers Fork to
Milton G. and Katie M. Knutty Eddy. He graduated from Lawrence High School
in 1937 and served in the U.S. Army in the Asiatic Pacific Theater during World
War II and helped to rebuild the roads in Japan and inspect the factories.
Eddy had been a pumper and
driller in the oil field and had also been employed as a mechanic at the Marietta plant of
American Cyanamid for 17 years until his retirement in September of 1984. He
was a member of Mount Hope Church of Christ on Eddy’s Ridge.
He is survived by his wife, the
former Janie Westbrook, whom he married June 8, 1939; three sons, Gale Eddy and
his wife, Ruth, and Dale Eddy and his wife, Judy, all of New Matamoras Route 3,
and Kenneth Eddy and his wife, Teresa, of Marietta; two daughters, Mary Graham
and her husband, Eugene, of New Matamoras Route 3 and Kay Fleeman and her
husband, Tim, of Woodsfield; 18 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; two
brothers, Oran Eddy and Stanley R. Eddy, both of Marietta; one sister, Goldie
Long of Woodsfleld: and a number of nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his
parents; five brothers, Howard, Marvel, Virgil, Dean and Russell Eddy; and one
sister, Glenda Westbrook.
Services are at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Mount Hope
Church of Christ with Evangelist Paul Casebolt officiating. Burial is in Eddy’s
Ridge Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 p.m. today until Friday morning at
McClure- Schafer Funeral Home in Marietta
and for one hour prior to the services Friday at the church.
contributions may be made to Washington County Home Nursing and Hospice, 900 Third St., Marietta,
Ohio 45750: or Children’s Hospital Foundation, 700 Children’s Drive, Columbus,
Laura Marie Matheny Eddy
NEWPORT – Laura Marie Matheny Eddy, 82, of Newport died at 11 p.m. Tuesday (April 6, 2004) at the Marietta Nursing
She was born Feb. 5, 1922, in Reynolds
Run to Luther and Grace Thomas Matheny. She had spent her entire life in the Newport area and was a
graduate of Newport
High School with the
Class of 1940. She had attended Newport
Church as a child.
On Aug. 12, 1945, she married Burl E. Eddy, who
survives with one son, Donally Robert “Bob” Eddy at home. She was preceded in
death by her parents; tow brothers, Ralph Matheny and Gordon Matheny.
are at 11 a/m/ Saturday at McClure-Schafer-Lankford funeral Home n Marietta
with Evangelist Cecil Dotson and Evangelist Jerry Toothman officiating. Burial
is in Newport Cemetery. Friend may call from noon Friday until the hour of the
services at the funeral home. The family will be present to meet friends from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday.
Loren Dean ‘L.D.’ Eddy
DART — Loren Dean “L.D.” Eddy,
72, of Dart died at 7:20 a.m.
yesterday (April 26, 1994)
at The Arbors at Marietta.
He was born May 27, 1921,
at Eddy’s Ridge, Coal Run, to Milton and Katie Knutty Eddy. He attended Eddy’s Ridge School.
In his early life he was a farmer and also had worked in the oil fields. He
served with the U.S. Army in New
Caledonia in the South Pacific during World War II.
He was later employed at Olin-Matheson plant in Hannibal. In 1958, he moved to Dart where he
operated the L.D. Eddy Store until his retirement in July 1982. He also served
as postmaster at Dart until his retirement from that position in 1982.
After his retirement from the
store and the post office, he went into the oil field business and he and his
operated Elk Oil Co. He was a charter member of Little Muskingum Volunteer Fire
Department and was a member of Lawrence Baptist Church; Southeastern Ohio Oil
and Gas Association, where he was selected as “Oil Man of the Year”; and
Unigas. He also had served as a member of the Ludlow School Board of Education.
He is survived by his wife,
Roxie M. Kroll Marshall, whom he married April 23, 1977; three sons, Carroll
Eddy and his wife, Juanita, of Whipple, Stephen Eddy and his wife, Connie, of
Whipple and Wayne Eddy and his wife, Brenda, of Whipple; three daughters, Mrs.
Earl (Peggy) Westbrook of Whipple, Mrs. David (Joyce) Gutberlet of Beverly and
Mrs. Donald (Jeannie) Henthorn of Marietta; two stepsons, Robert J. Mar shall
and his wife, Sharon, of Wingett Run and James R. Marshall and his wife, Kathy,
of Valencia, Pa.; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Lloyd Jr. (Sherry) Poulton of
Marietta and Mrs. Richard (Cathy) Binegar of Marietta; 15 grandchildren, Mike,
Bruce, Candy, Cammie, Scott, Jesse, Samantha and Stacy Eddy, Kevin, Kyle, Kent,
and Kirk Gutberlet, Shannon Northrup, Ryan Westbrook and Christina Jurin; five
great- grandchildren, Tori, Cody, Justin and Andrew Gutberlet and J.T. Jurin
six step-grandchildren, Lloyd Poulton III, Angela and Alisha Binegar, all of
Marietta, Robert Marshall Jr. of Wingett Run and Lisa and Kristin Marshall of
Valencia, Pa.; four brothers, Stanley Russell and Oran Eddy, all of Marietta,
and Carl of New Matamoras; and two sisters, Mrs. Alfred (Glenda) Westbrook of
Marietta and Mrs. Virgil (Goldie) Long of Woodsfield.
He married Mary Elizabeth Smith
of Nov. 15, 1941.
She died Aug. 21, 1976.
He also was preceded in death by one son, Delmar Guy Eddy; one grandson,
Richard D. Eddy; three brothers, Harold, Marvel and Vigil Eddy and his parents.
Services are 1 p.m. Friday at McClure-Schafer Funeral Home
with the Rev. Kevin Rinkes and the Rev. martin Haught officiating. Burial is n
Eddy’s Ridge Cemetery with full military rites.
Friends may call form noon
today until the hour of services at the funeral home.
contributions may be made to the Little Muskingum Volunteer Fire Department,
Route 1, Wingett Run, Ohio 45789.
James C. Eddy
Services were held June 10 in Oklahoma City, Okla.,
for James Cloyd Eddy, a native of Washington
He was born Aug. 1, 1903, to the late Oscar and Mary
His wife, Belva Eddy, survives
as do the following brothers and sisters, Mrs. L. Owen (Margaret) Weinstock, of
Marietta; David Claire Eddy of Allegan, Mich.,; Mrs. Joseph (Edith) Herlan of
Newport; Mrs. Lawrence (Nettie) Petty and Mrs. One (Anna) Westbrook of New
Matamoras, and Mrs. Clyde (Alice) Herlan of Allen, Mich. One brother, Truman
Eddy, is deceased.
a member of the Central Ave. Church of Christ in Oklahoma City.
James W. Eddy of Newport Succumbs
James W. Eddy, aged 84 years,
retired farmer of the eastern section of Washington County,
died at the home of his son. Thomas Eddy, in Newport, on Sunday at 1 p.m. His death was due to infirmities.
Funeral services will be held at
the Church of Christ on Eddy’s Ridge, of which he was
a member on Tuesday, August 10, at 2:30
Eddy was a son of the late Alfred and Pamela eddy. He was born in Monroe County
on January 15, 1853.
His wife, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Shepherd Eddy, died 10 years ago. Six sons
survive. They are John W. Eddy and Thomas Eddy of Newport; William Eddy and Oscar Eddy of
Archer’s Fork; Lee Eddy and Verne Eddy of Bedford.
A daughter, Dosia, is deceased. Brother and sister of Mr. Eddy are Alfred Eddy
of Eddy’s Ridge and Mrs. Angie Gooseman of Northfield. There are 28 grandchildren and 25
Jane E. Eddy
NEWPORT — Jane E. Eddy, 55, of Newport Rt. 1,
died at 1 a.m. Sunday. Dec.
6, in Selby General
Hospital alter an
She was born Dec. 12, 1931, in Newport Township to James and Gladys Hasley
Robbins. She attended schools in Lawrence
townships and was a member of No. 9 Community Church.
She is survived by her mother of
husband, Kenneth T. Eddy, whom she married Sept. 12, 1949; four sons, Danny
Eddy of Baltimore, Md., Stevie Eddy of Newport, and Richard and Dean Eddy, both
at home; four daughters, Rose Poulton of Newport, Keneta Riggs at home, Norma
Seevers of Cocoa, Fla., and Martha Swartz of Barlow; Ernest Morrison of
Muskingum Drive, who had lived in the Eddy home for several years; and 13
will be at 10 a.m.
Wednesday in McClure-Schafer Funeral Home with Dayman Adams and Gale Lauderman
officiating. Burial will be in Newport
Cemetery. Friends may
call at the funeral home.
Jean Smith Eddy
Jean Smith Eddy, 76, of Eddy’s Ridge,
at 7 p.m. Monday (May 13, 2002) at the Marietta Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
She was born June 22, 1925, in Wingett
Run to Ernest and Clara Woods Smith. She enjoyed bird watching, knit ting and
collecting Avon and Eddy Fenton Art Glass.
On Sept. 6, 1947, she married Russell “Russ” Milton
Eddy. He died Sept. 3, 1996.
They had made their home for more than 40 years on Caywood Road in Marietta, where they raised four children.
She was also preceded in death by one son, Leslie “Les” Eddy; one daughter,
Jill “T.J.” Gossett; one sister, Mary “Babe” Eddy; two brothers, Gordon Smith
and Gilbert Smith; three infant sisters; and one infant brother.
She is survived by one son, Max
Eddy and his wife, Jackie, of Lower Salem; one daughter, Josie Drayer and her
husband, Bill, of Marietta; one daughter-in-law, Karen Eddy of Wingett Run; 10
grandchildren, Chris Eddy and his wife, Lone, Leslie L. Eddy and his wife,
Joann, Milton Eddy and his wife, Christina, Kurt Eddy and his fiancé, Angela
Binegar, Dody Augenstein and her husband, Jeff, Katie Myers and her husband,
Brian, Holly Lightfritz and her husband, Rodney, Leslie Gossett, Brenda Rifle
and her husband, Steve, and Becky Barnes and her husband, Ted; nine great-grand
children, Dale Myers, Shauna Myers, Russell Jordan Lightfritz, Parker Steele,
Lana Matheny, Brand Matheny, Adena Matheny, Tanner Ogle and Conner Ogle.
She is also survived by two
sisters, Betty Becker of Beckersville and Vera Eddy of Marietta; one brother,
Jim Smith of Newport; her sisters-in-law, Wilda Eddy and Ruth Eddy; and several
brothers- in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews.
are at 1 p.m. Thursday at
McClure-Schafer-Lankford Funeral Home in Marietta
with Lloyd Westbrook officiating. Burial is in Eddy’s Ridge Cemetery.
Friends may call from 2 p.m.
today until the hour of the service at the funeral home.
Joseph C. Eddy
NEWPORT — Joseph C. Eddy, 89, Newport Route
1, died at 6:15 am. Saturday
(Feb. 10, 1996)
at Harmar Place.
He was born Dec. 12, 1906, in Newport Township
to Amaziah and Alverda Noland Eddy. He spent most of his life in Newport Township, where he engaged in farming
and raising cattle. He had also been employed at the Marietta Metal Products
Co. He caned chairs and also etched free hand designs on powder horns as a
hobby, and enjoyed hunting and fishing. He was a member of the Beech Grove
Church, a charter member
of the Loyal Order of Moose 2382 in Lowell
and 55 Plus.
He is survived by his wife,
Grace Smith, whom he married May 6, 1931; two sons, Benjamin G. Eddy of Lowell
and Clifford A. Eddy and his wife, Lee, of Friendly, W.Va.; two daughters,
Anita K. Merritt and her husband, David, of Fort Walton Beach, Fla., and Mary
Jo Barnette and her husband, Terry, of Davisville, W.Va.; 14 grandchildren;
eight step- grandchildren; nine great- grandchildren; and a number of nieces
He was preceded in death by
three brothers, Clarence, Isaac and Con Eddy; and one sister, Philura Rowland.
are at 1 p.m. Tuesday at
McClure-Schafer Funeral Home with the Rev. Gary Hicks and Arthur Edwards officiating.
Burial is in Newport
Cemetery. Friends may
call until the hour of the services at the funeral home. The family will be
present to meet friends from 7
to 9 p.m. today at the
Marvel Lester Eddy
Marvel Lester Eddy, 62, of
Marietta Rt. 5, died at 7:45
last night in Marietta
He was born March 5, 1915, at Eddy’s ridge, a son
of the late Milton G. and Katie Knutty Eddy. On June 23, 1937, he married Emma L. Decker, who
died in 1961. On Nov. 25,
1965, he married Helen Eileen Robbins, who survives with one
step-son and two step-daughters, Wayne Robbins of Newport; Mrs. Mary Jones of Marietta Rt. 6;
and Mrs. Bonnie Cline of Matamoras There are three step-grandchildren. Six
brothers and two sisters survive, Virgil and Karl Eddy of Matamoras Rt. 3; L.
Dean Eddy of Dart; S. Rexel Eddy, Russell M. Eddy and Oran A. Eddy and Mrs.
Glenda L. Westbrook, all of Marietta;
and Mrs. Goldie M. Long of Woodsfield. One brother, Harold, preceded him in
Mr. Eddy had spent most of his
life in Washington
County. He was a member
of the Eddy’s Ridge Church of Christ. He was a bookkeeper for Moore’s Store on Front Street at the time of his death and
had been employed at Remington Rand in his early life.
will beat3 p.m. Monday at McClure-Schafer Funeral Home with burial in Eddy’s Ridge Cemetery.
Claude Davis will officiate. Friends call at the funeral home.
Mrs. Milton Eddy
Mrs. Katy May Eddy, 79, of
Eddy’s Ridge, Mew Matamoras, Route 3, died Saturday morning, November 25, 1967, at 10:05 o’clock, in Marietta Memorial
She was born May 5, 1888, in Washington County,
a daughter of the late John G. and Rosena Rufner Knutty. On September11, 19*12,
she was married to Milton G. Eddy, who died June 5, 1953.
Eight sons and two daughters
survive; Harold Eddy of Marshallville; Marvel Eddy of Marietta, Route 5;
Russell Eddy and Oran Eddy, of Marietta Route 6; Virgil Eddy and Carl Eddy of
New Matamoras, Route 3; Dean Eddy, of Dart; Rexel Eddy and Mrs. Alfred (Glena0
Westbrook , of Marietta, and Mrs. Virgil (Goldie) long, of Woodsfield. There
are twenty-four grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren, and three
step-grandchildren. One grandchild is deceased.
Two brothers, John and Christian
Knutty, and two sisters, Mrs. Lillian Brooks and Mrs. Elizabeth Schmelzenback, and
a half-brother, Fred Roth, preceded her in death.
Mrs. Eddy was a member of the
Eddy’s Ridge Church of Christ.
services were held Monday afternoon at 2:30
o’clock in Eddy’s Ridge Church of Christ, with burial in Eddy’s Ridge Cemetery.
Mary E. Eddy
Mary Elizabeth Eddy, 77, of Newport, died at 3:l5am
today in Selby General
She was born Oct. 4, 1906, at Clarksburg, W.Va.,
a daughter of the late Kent and Lulu Skinner Adams.
She was a member of the No. 9 Community
On Oct. 18, 1924, she was married
Clarence Eddy, who survives with 10 sons, Clarence Eddy Jr. and Kenneth Eddy of
Newport, Richard Eddy of Yuma, Ariz., Ford E. Eddy of Sebring, Fla., Forest E.
Eddy of Lower Salem, Jerry E. Eddy and Stanley L. Eddy of Augusta, Ga., Joseph
C. Eddy of Mantua, O., William C. Eddy of Bellaire and Wayne K. Eddy of
Berghill, O. Also surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Betty J. Parker of Newport
and Mrs. Howard (Virginia) Thomas of Newport Pike three brothers, Hayden Adams
of Marietta, Richard Adams of Newport, and Daymond Adams of Marietta four
sisters, Mrs. Lonnie Lyons of Fleming, Mrs. Coy Mitchell of Dennison, Mrs.
Martha Haines of Talmadge, O., and Mrs. Audrey Robertson of Cuyahoga Falls; 56
grandchildren and 48 great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by two
brothers, a sister, and five grandchildren.
services will be held at 2:30 p.m.
Sunday at the McClure-Schafer Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Newport Cemetery. Friends may call at the
— Stanley L. Eddy, 65, of 281 Cedar Manor died Tuesday (Jan. 19, 1999) at Hershey Medical
Center in Hershey,
He was born Aug. 25, 1933, in Newport to Clarence and Mary Adams Eddy.
A U.S. Army veteran, he is
retired from the U.S. Army Depot in New Cumberland with 34 years of government
service. He was a U.S. Army Vietnam
veteran. He was a member of Calvary Assembly of God Church in Harrisburg, Pa.
He is survived by his wife,
Peggy Barnes Eddy; one son, Eric N, Eddy of Augusta, Ga.; seven brothers, Clarence
P. Jr., Kenneth and Joseph Eddy, all of Newport, Wayne Eddy of Cortland, Ohio,
Richard Eddy of Yuma, Ariz., Ford Eddy of Sebring, Fla., and Jerry Eddy of Buffington,
S.C.; two sisters, Betty Parker of Newport and Virginia Waters of Reno: and two
grandsons. He was preceded in death by one son, Stanley L. Eddy Jr.; his parents;
and two brothers, Charles and Forrest Eddy.
Services are at 11:30 a.m. Friday at Calvary
Assembly of God Church. Burial with full military honors is in Indiantown Gap
National Cemetery in Annville,
Pa. Visitation is from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Neumyer Funeral Home inc. in Harrisburg and one hour
prior to the services Friday at the church.
contributions may be made to Calvary Assembly of God Church, 4699 Earl Drive, Harris burg, Pa., 17112; or the
American Cancer Society, 1500 N. Second
Mrs. Twila Eddy
NEWPORT – Mrs. Twila W. Eddy, 62, died at 4:30 this morning at her home here
on Route 1.
Born Jan, 24, 1915, she was the daughter of the
late William and Willa Ullman Evilsizer She was a member of the First Congregational
On Nov. 24, 1937 she married Boyd E. Eddy, who
survives with a daughter, Mrs. Russell (Connie) Weiss of Belpre; and three
grand children, Larry, Bryan and Sherry Weiss of Belpre,
She was preceded in death by a
will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday
at the McClure-Schafer Funeral Home. Burial will follow in East Lawn Memorial Park. Friends may call at the
Thomas E. Eddy
Thomas Eugene Eddy, 33, of 403 Oakwood Ave.,
died 4 a.m. Thursday in Marietta Memorial Hospital.
He was born Feb. 20, 1941, at Dart, a son of the
late Earl Eddy and Mrs. Berth M Eddy. On Nov. 28, 1965, he married Bonnie Scarbro who
survives with three children, Karen, Kathy and Kimberly, all of the home.
Also surviving are his mother,
one brother and three sisters, Robert Eddy, Tampa, Fla.;
Mrs. Tony (Shirley) Bolock, Tampa, Fla.; Mrs. Robert (Betty) Gearhart, Marietta
Rt. 5, and Mrs. C. E. (Barbara) Reeder, Marietta.
He was a member of the Mt. Hope
Church of Christ. He had served in the U.S. Army and had been employed by the
American Cyanamid Co. for a number of years. At the time of his death he was
employed at Rink’s Bargain
will be 2:30 p.m. Sunday
at Doudna & McClure Funeral Home with burial in East Lawn Memorial Park. Friends may call at the
Wayne C. Eddy
The Marietta Times, Saturday, January 17, 1981
ST. MARYS, W. Va. — Wayne C. Eddy, 81, of the West
Virginia Masonic Home at Parkersburg,
former resident of St. Marys, died Friday morning in Camden-Clark Memorial
Hospital at Parkersburg,
He was born July 8, 1899, at Archer’s Fork, Ohio, to John Walter and
Mable Ward Eddy. He was a car salesman and had worked for the state of West Virginia. He was
married to Hattie Singleton. She is deceased.
He was a member of the St. Marys
Church of Christ, St. Marys Lodge No. 41, AF&AM, and the Pipefitters Union.
He is survived by three daughters,
Mrs. Robert (Sue) Marshall of Vienna, Mrs. Robert (Frances) Gilligan of Washington, W. Va., and Mrs. Glen (Joan) Huguet of Green Bay. Wis.; two sons, Charles
W. of Kissimmee Fla., and Robert D. of Lubeck. W. Va.; three sisters, Ina McKitrick, Irene Graham and
Emma Holdren, all of Newport,
Ohio: 11 grandchildren and five
great- grandchildren. He was preceded in death by three brothers.
will be at 1 p.m. Sunday in
the Ruttencutter Funeral Home at St. Marys. The Rev. William snider will
officiate. Burial will be in the Odd
at St. Marys. Friends may call at the funeral home.
Mrs. Wayne Eddy
July 27, 1971
Mrs. Hattie Eddy, 60, St. Marys
W. Va., died this morning in St.
Joseph’s Hospital, Parkersburg.
She was born Oct. 16, 1910, in Pleasants County,
a daughter of the late George and Mary Fitzwater Shingleton. She had taught in Newport Elemental
School for the past 12
years and was a member of St. Marys Baptist Church and of various educational
Her husband, Wayne, survives
with one daughter, Mrs. Robert Marshall, Parkersburg,
and one brother, Ray Shingleton, St. Marys. A son and one brother are deceased.
will be at 2 p.m. Thursday
in Ruttencutter Funeral Home, St. Marys, with the Rev. William Snider
officiating and burial in the IOOF
Cemetery, St. Marys.
Friends may call after 7 p.m.
today at the funeral home.
Mrs. William Eddy
February 19, 1972
Mrs. Emma M. Eddy, 84, Newport, died at 1:50 a.m. today in Marietta Hospital.
She was born July 11, 1887, in Independence Twp.,
a daughter of the late Richard and Anna Edwards Bayless. She was married to
William Eddy, who died. Dec.
Two daughters survive, Mrs. Edward
(Dorothy) DePuy, Dart, and Mrs. Earl (Sylvia) Miller, Pettysville, with seven
grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild and two
sisters, Mrs. Etta Eddy, and Mrs. Rhoda Hendricks, both of Newport. A son, James, two brothers and one
sister are deceased, Acel and Michael Bayless and Mrs. Della Shepherd.
Mrs. Eddy was a member of
Newport Church of Christ.
will be at 2:30 p.m.
Wednesday in Doudna & McClure Funeral Home, with Scott Johnson, minister,
officiating and burial in Newport
Cemetery. Friends may
call at the funeral home.
ELISABETH (HOLBERT) EDDY
The subject of this sketch, Elisabeth Holbert, was born in Virginia, July 23, 1818, and departed
this life at Williamstown, W. Va., June 26, 1900, aged 81
years, 11 months, and 3 days. She was
married to Nathan Eddy, February
23, 1837, and to them were born 11 children, three of whom preceded
the Mother to the spirit land. In 1848
she became a member of the Brownsville
and was baptized by the Rev. Jas. Wood.
She was faithful and earnest in all her church duties. In 1861 the husband and father died leaving
her to bear the burdens alone, but the Mother bravely setting own sorrow aside
cared for her family and raised her children to be honest and usefulness and as
it has been said, may be said of her, "Her children rise and call her
blessed". Her daily life was proof
of the religion she professed. Hers was
the charity that speaketh no evil. For
several years she patiently waited for the call to come up higher. To me, she said, "I always prayed to
raise my family and am still here, it is his will". The writer of this tribute to her memory was
for 5 years a member of her family and the writer with many others remembers
her home as a haven of rest for weary teachers.
She came from a long lived family, her father living to 101 years and 6
months. She has left 8 children, 59
grandchildren. At her deathbed were
gathered her children, a relative, and one son had come from Kansas.
Rev. Watson Dana spoke from James 4:14.
She rests beside the husband of her youth in the cemetery on the banks
of the Muskingum, but she still lives in hearts of those who loved her and knew
Asleep in Jesus blessed sleep, from which none ever wakes to
M. M. Locke
Footnote: Father was
Mother was Hannah (Veach) Holbert
James 4:14 (RSV):
Whereas you do not know about tomorrow.
What is your life?
„ For you are a mist that appears
for a little time and then
HANNAH (EDDY) EDDY
Service for Hannah (Eddy) Eddy, born - Brownsville, Ohio,
December 20, 1844,
passed away at Newport Township,
Washington County, Ohio, January 31, 1937. Service was held at U.B. Church, Yankeeburg,
Washington County; Clergyman, Rev. George Smith; Interment in Barker Cemetery,
Newport Township, Washington County, Ohio. Barker Cemetery
is located on Ohio Route 7, approximately 10 miles north of Marietta, on County Road 47.
Father - Michael Eddy
Mother - Sarah Catherine (Stark) Eddy
Arlando Eddy, the Victim of a Railroad Crossing Accident.
From the Marietta Register of the
24th ult, we get the following account of the manner in which Arlando Eddy met
"The B.& O.
yard engine, pushing a cut of cars through the west side yards, about 9 o'clock, this morning struck Arlando Eddy's milk
wagon on the Oilman Avenue crossing, completely demolishing it and injuring Mr. Eddy.
Mr. Eddy resides at No. 959 Fort Street
and conducts a dairy farm just north of the city. He has quite an extensive ado
on the West Side and he was making his regular
morning delivery at the time of the accident. He is somewhat deaf in one ear
and for this reason failed to hear the alarm bell at the crossing. He drove
onto the track immediately in front of the approaching train, with the result
that the wagon was caught squarely on the end of a box car and rolled,
perhaps, fifty yards. Mr. Eddy was powerless to escape from the
wagon until the box had been mashed away and he then rolled out at the side of
The train was in charge of Engineer
White, Fireman Matthews and Brakemen Callahan and Crippen, the latter two being
on top of the cars, but for some reason failed to see the wagon until the train
had struck it.
The injured man was taken to R. B.
Hart's office, where an examination revealed that his nose was badly broken,
his scalp laid bare by an ugly gash several inches in length and he was otherwise
After his wounds were properly
dressed, he was removed to his home, where unless he is injured internally, he
should get along all right.
A nephew of Mr. Eddy's, who usually
makes the morning trip with him, had left the wagon but a short time before,
which was perhaps very fortunate for him.
Policeman Chamberlain and several
other men happened to be near the crossing at the time of the accident, and all
of them state that the train was not moving unusually fast. It is their opinion that the horse stopped
on the crossing, thus letting the train have a fair show at the wagon. The
horse was rolled several yards down the track, but finally managed to break
loose from the wagon and escape uninjured.
A later examination showed that Mr.
Eddy's skull was crushed, and that he had suffered internal injuries, from the
effects of which he died at 6 o'clock
Mr. Eddy was born in Monroe County, Ohio,
November 24, 1854,
son of the late Nathan and Elisabeth Holbert Eddy, but removed to Pleasants County many years ago, residing at
Maxwell, where he built up a find merchandising trade. About a year ago he went to Marietta, engaging in the
dairy business, in which he was very successful. He was the Democratic nominee
for sheriff in this county four years ago, but was defeated by a very slight
He was a member of the A.F. &
A.M. of St. Marys, and of the Maccabees of Marietta. He is survived by a wife,
four brothers and three sisters.
The funeral services were held in
the Gilman Avenue M.E. Church of Marietta, and the interment took place on Wednesday
afternoon in the Oak
of that city. A large number of Masons and other friends from St. Marys attended the funeral.
(This article was probably published in the Marietta Register,
Arlando Eddy, the
West Side dairyman, who was run down by the B.&
0. train on the Gilman Avenue
crossing, last Thursday morning, died from the effects of his
injuries about 6 o'clock, Monday evening. The
unfortunate man had sustained internal injuries, which, together with the fact
that the bones of his head were severely crushed, made his case much more
serious than was at first suspected, and, in spite of the best efforts of the
attending physicians, death was the only relief to his sufferings.
Mr. Eddy was born in Monroe County, Ohio,
November 24, 1854,
and was consequently past fifty years of age. He removed to West Virginia, a number of years ago, and
located at the town of Maxwell.
Fortune seemed to smile on his efforts and he was able to accumulate
considerable money. Tiring of life in
the West Virginia hills, he decided to come back to his native state,
and about a year ago he came to this city where he started a dairy, and where
he has been very successful, making by
his strict attention to business, a large
number of friends who will mourn his
He was a Mason, having belonged to
that order at St. Marys, W. Va., and
he was also a member of the Maccabees of this city.
He is survived by a wife, four
brothers and three sisters, his parents having died a number of years ago.
services will be held from the Gilman
afternoon, at 3 o'clock,
and burial will be made in Oak Grove.
Michael Eddy Dead – following several weeks of illness death
claimed Michael Eddy of Pleasants
County, West Virginia
He was the son of Nathan and Elizabeth Eddy and was born in Monroe County, Ohio,
Jan. 23, 1838,
being aged 85 years, nine days. He was united in marriage to Sarah Katharine
Stark in 1861. She preceded him to the great beyond twenty-two years ago.
To this union eleven children were
born, all living except one daughter, Minnie Maine. Whose surviving are Rodon
Eddy, Logan Eddy, Ira Eddy, Rose Nichols, Emma Lock, all of Pleasants county,
Sarah Metts of Ritchie county, Nathan Eddy of Marietta, Ohio, Maggie Metzgar of
Wyoming, Hannah Eminger of Oklahoma and William Eddy of Kansas, also seventy
grandchildren, forty-six great grandchildren. He leaves three sisters, Mary
Bush, Sarah Ann Smith, both of Williamstown, W, Va., Hannah Eddy of Newport, Ohio.
He united with the Baptist
Church at the age of
The funeral services were held at 10 O’clock, Feb. 3 at the Baptist Church at Zoar, W.
Va., and the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery.
Aged Citizen Passes
Michael Eddy, for
years one of the prominent farmers of this county, died at the family home
Thursday, February 1, at the advanced age of 85 years.
services were held Friday at Zoar church, conducted by Rev. Young of St. Marys.
Interment was made in the cemetery nearby.
Eddy was born in Monroe
January 23, 1838,
departed this life February
1, 1923, being 85 years and 9 days old. He was united in marriage to
Sarah Katherine Stark in 1861. Mrs. Eddy preceded him to the great beyond some
22 years ago. To this union eleven children were born, R.T., E.L., and Ira of
this county, William J. Eddy of Kansas,
Nathan Eddy of Marietta,
Sarah Kathryn Metts of Ritchie county, Rose Ann Nichols, Mary Emma Jane Laucke
of this county. Maggie Belle Metzar of Wyoming,
Hannah Martha Eminger of Oklahoma.
Seventy-five grandchildren, forty-five great grandchildren, survive him, also
three sisters, Sarah Ann Smith, Mary Bush of Williamstown, and Hanna Eddy of Newport. He gave his life
to Christ and followed his Lord in baptism, uniting with the Baptist church at
the age of seventeen and lived faithful to the end. He born his affliction very
patiently and testified that he was ready to meet the Lord.
Nathan Eddy, residing at Marietta, died suddenly of apoplexy on
Saturday afternoon. On Monday his remains were brought to the county
(Pleasants) and interred in the cemetery at Nine Mile, services being held in
the church by Rev. Johnson.
deceased was 56 years old, and a former resident of this county, being a
brother of the later Arlonda Eddy. He is survived by his widow, two daughters
and three sons, Mary, Lulu, Harry, Russell and McKenzie Eddy, also by three
sisters and one brother – Mrs. George Smith of Marietta, Mrs. Mary Bush of
Williamstown, Mrs. Hannah Eddy and Marshall Eddy of Newport Township, Ohio
Grace L. Eddy
Marietta Times August 1, 2007
NEWPORT — Grace L. Eddy, 75, of Newport passed away at
her home Monday (July 30,
2007) after a courageous battle with cancer.
She will truly be missed by her family and friends.
She was born Aug. 7, 1931,
in Newport, Ohio, to Elmer and Armenthy Farnsworth
Hearn. Grace had attended The Apostolic Lighthouse Church in Marietta. She retired from Forma Scientific
after 30 years of service. After retirement, she worked part time for Grimm
Scientific for two years. She enjoyed flower gardening, antiques and interior
She is survived by her mother, Armenthy Hearn of Marietta; four children,
Kathryn (Doug) Jacobs of Bay City, Mich., Regina Blazavich of Columbus, Ohio,
Teresa Roberts of Newport, and Kent (Brenda) Eddy of Marietta; 11
grandchildren, Mike Wallace of Angola, Ind., Randy Wallace of Bay City, Mich.,
Lisa Cronk of Oscoda, Mich., Shane Arnett of New Matamoras, Ohio, Jerry Wright
of Mineral Wells, W.Va., Heather Francis of Newport, Angie Earley of Columbus,
Ohio, Alanna Starrett of Hilliard, Ohio, Teara Calendine of The Plains, Ohio,
Ashley Snead of Lansing, Mich., and Jason Jacobs of Chicago, Ill. Also
surviving are 15 great-grandchildren; four sisters, Ruby Hasley of Warren,
Ohio, Norma Jean Adams of Marietta, Betty Arnold of Marietta and Bonnie (Ralph)
Anderson of Waterford; and two brothers, Dean Hearn of Warren, Ohio, and Jim
She was preceded in death by her father, Elmer Hearn; former husband, Clarence
P. Eddy Jr.; and two brothers, Ralph Hearn and Delbert Hearn.
Funeral services will be held at 1:30
p.m. Friday at McClure-Schafer-Lankford Funeral Home with Pastor
Melvin Adams officiating. Interment will be in Newport Cemetery.
Friends may call from 7 p.m.
today until the hour of the service.
Harold Eugene Eddy
COCONUT CREEK, Fla. — Harold Eugene Eddy, 76, of Coconut Creek, Fla.,
passed away peacefully Thursday (June 21, 2007).
Mr. Eddy was born May 27,
1931, in Marietta.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Kenneth J. and Doris Eddy of Marietta.
Mr. Eddy is survived by his loving wife of 27 years, Lois Eddy; brother, Gene
M. Eddy of Marietta; and children, Michael Eddy (Karen), Sheryl Martin
(Daniel), Camille Reeves (Bill), Susan Herrold, Kimberly Wade (Fred); and nine
He was a loving husband and devoted father and grandfather. He retired from
Motorola Inc. after 31 years as an area manager and then spent the next 17
years as a Motorola dealer with his company, Paging & Communications Inc.
The family will be receiving visitors from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday at Corey-Kerlin
Funeral Home (940-744-8422), Jacksonville, Fla. Funeral services will take
place at the funeral home at 11 a.m. Tuesday with interment to follow in
Arlington Memorial Park.
Contributions in his memory would be appreciated to Coral Ridge Presbyterian
WILEY EDDY’S OBITUARY
May 17, 1935 Diabetes Causes Young Man’s Death
Wiley Eddy, aged 24 years, son of John W. and Mabel Ward Eddy of Newport died
in Marietta Memorial Hospital on Thursday at 7:20 p.m. following an extended
illness with diabetes. He was brought from Newport to the hospital late
Thursday afternoon and never rallied from a diabetic coma.
He was born in Washington County and spent his entire life in and near
Newport. He was a member of the Newport Church of Christ and of the Odd
Fellows Lodge of Newport. Surviving with his parents are Wayne, Ward,
Emma Holdren, Mrs. George McKitrick of Newport, Mrs. Ernest Graham of Michigan.
Funeral services will be held at the Church of Christ, Newport, on Sunday at
2:00 p.m. Burial in Mount Hope Cemetery on Eddy’s Ridge.
Wiley J. Eddy was a member of the Boy Scouts, Beaver Patrol #1. On April 27,
1923, he received the rank of tenderfoot. Scoutmaster at that time was
James W. McKibben - Extracted from "Footprints"