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NEALIS, Mrs. Fern Marie Hollada

Mrs. Fern Marie Nealis, 51, of RD 4, city, died yesterday at Lions Manor Nursing Home. Born at Grantsville, she was a daughter of Mrs. Mary (Folk) Hollada, Grantsville, and the late Russell Hollada. Mrs. Nealis was a member of Davis Memorial United Methodist Church. Also surviving are her husband, Thomas R. (Dick) Nealis; a daughter, Mrs. Sharon Carpenter, Sykesville; five brothers, Raymond, Ohio; Nyal, Baltimore, and Randall, Harold and Edwin C. Hollada, all of Grantsville; three sisters, Mrs. Violet Wiley and Mrs. Harlene Sivits, both of Grantsville, and Mrs. Doris Gartner, Salisbury, Pa., and two grandchildren. The body is at the Wendt Funeral Home, where friends will be received from 7 to 9 p.m. today and from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow. A service will be conducted Wednesday at Davis Memorial Church at 2 p.m. by Rev. William H. Bice. Burial will be in the church cemetery. The body will be taken to the church at noon Wednesday. The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to the Fern Nealis Memorial Fund at Davis Memorial Church.
The Cumberland Evening Times, September 29, 1975
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)

 

NEALIS, Hetzel O.

Hetzel O. Nealis, 52, of RD 1, Ridgeley, died Wednesday at Baker VA Center, Martinsburg, where he had been a patient since October 11. He had been in failing health several years. Mr. Nealis was born in Augusta, W.Va., a son of Mrs. Anna Haines, Augusta, W.Va. He was a former employee of Potomac Farms Dairy and was a member of Fort Ashby Post 6667, Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Old Furnace Church of the Brethren. He was a veteran of World War II. In addition to his mother, he is survived by his widow, Edna K. (Davis) Nealis; one daughter, Miss Eleanora Nealis, and two sons, Jeffery D. and Gregory L. Nealis, all at home; two sisters, Mrs. Leona Smith, Augusta, and Mrs. Betty Leister, RD 1, Ridgeley. The body is at the George Funeral Home. Services will be conducted tomorrow at 3 p.m. at the Old Furnace Church, with Rev. Connell T. Chaney, pastor, and Rev. Irvin W. Whitacre officiating. Interment will be in Fort Ashby Cemetery.
Published in The Cumberland (Md.) News, Friday, December 27, 1968
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 6, 2017



NEALIS, Joseph Clarence

A 49-year-old B&O boilermaker helper was found dead last night on the sidewalk near his South End home. Police and Dr. H. V. Deming, deputy county medical examiner, said the victim, Joseph Clarence Nealis, 226 East Elder Street, apparently died of a heart attack. There was no evidence of foul play. Four teen-age youths passing in a car noticed the body at 9:57 p.m. in front of the residence of B. Fay Thompson, 206 Elder Street. Mrs. Thompson called police headquarters shortly afterwards. Nealis was dead when authorities reached him. In his pockets were $95 and personal belongings. He was unmarried. A sister-in-law, Mrs. Harry E. Nealis, 204 Elder Street, identified the body before it was taken to Memorial Hospital and the Stein Funeral Home. Born in Cumberland, he was a son of Joseph M. Nealis, city, and the late Maggie (Haines) Nealis. Survivors include two brothers, John W. and Harry E. Nealis, also of Cumberland, and a sister, Mrs. Regina Borgman, Baltimore. The body is at the residence.
Published in The Cumberland (Md.) Evening Times, Wednesday, August 19, 1953
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 6, 2017



NEALIS, Joseph Milton

Joseph Milton Nealis, 91, of 226 Elder Street, died yesterday at the home of his son, Harry E. Nealis, 204 Elder Street. He had been in ill health three months. A native of Peoria, Illinois, he was born July 24, 1867, a son of the late John and Diana McBride Nealis. Besides his son, he is survived by another son, John W. Nealis, this city; a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Regina Borgman, Dundalk, Md.;  nine grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. The body is at the residence, 226 Elder Street. Services will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. at the residence by Rev. L. O. McCartneysmith, pastor of First Brethren Church. Burial will be in Fort Ashby Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Norman White, Kenneth White, Warren White, Joseph Donley, Earl Wilson and Junior Borgman.
Published in The Cumberland (Md.) News, Saturday, March 14, 1959
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 6, 2017



NEALIS, Mrs. Margaret Jane Haines

Mrs. Margaret Jane Nealis, 74, wife of Joseph M. Nealis, 226 Elder street, died yesterday morning at 11:10 o’clock at her home shortly after she suffered a heart attack. A native of Higginsville, W.Va., she was a daughter of the late James and Hannah Dowden Haines. She was best known to her family and friends as “Maggie” and was a member of Second Baptist Church. Besides her husband, she is survived by three sons, John W. and Joseph C. Nealis, both at home, and Harry Nealis, Mason road; one daughter, Mrs. Margaret R. Borgman, Baltimore; two brothers, John Haines, Big Spring, and Hamp Haines, Higginsville; nine grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. The body is at the home.
Published in The Cumberland (Md.) News, Saturday, July 27, 1946
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 6, 2017

Anna Layman Neat

NEAT, Anna Layman

Mrs. Anna L. Neat, of 504 Ridgewood Avenue, died this morning in Miners Hospital, Frostburg. The body is at the Scarpelli Funeral Home. A native of Carlos, she was born April 26 1891, a daughter of the late George L. and Annie Louise (Crowe) Layman.  Her husband Samuel Neat, Jr., preceded her in death. Mrs. Neat had resided in Cumberland the past 55 years.  She was a member of Grace United Methodist Church, the Women's Bible Class, the WSCS and the church's dinner committee. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Sylvia Spurrier, Baltimore, and a sister, Mrs. Charles Wolfe, Hagerstown.
October 29, 1968 Cumberland Evening Times

 

Mrs. Anna Layman Neat

NEAT, Anna Layman

Mrs. Anna L. Neat, of 504 Ridgewood Avenue, died yesterday at Miners Hospital, Frostburg. A native of Carlos, she was born April 26 1891, a daughter of the late George L. and Annie Louise (Crowe) Layman.  Her husband, Samuel Neat Jr., preceded her in death. Mrs. Neat had resided in Cumberland the past 55 years.  She was a member of Grace United Methodist Church, the Women's Bible Class, the WSCS and the church's dinner committee. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Sylvia Spurrier, Baltimore, and a sister, Mrs. Charles Wolfe, Hagerstown; one granchild, six great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. The body is at the Scarpelli Funeral Home where friends will be received from 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p.m. A service will be conducted there tomorrow at 1 p.m. by Rev. Robert Moales and Rev. Vernon Thompson.  Burial will be in Frostburg Memorial Park.
October 30, 1968 Cumberland Evening Times

 

NEAT, Noah

Noah Neat, well known coalminer, is dead at Barton, leaving his wife and large family of children. He was a brother of Joseph Neat of Lonaconing and has a brother at Vale Summitt.
Keyser Tribune, December 15, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 11, 2010

Samuel Neat

NEAT, Samuel

Samuel Neat, 73, of 504 Ridgewood Avenue, died yesterday in Memorial Hospital where he was admitted Thursday. He was a retired foreman for the B&O Back Shop here, and had been a resident of Cumberland for 68 years. Mr. Neat was a native of Barton, a son of the late Samuel and Margaret (Rees) Neat. He was a member of B & O Machinist Lodge 212, Grace Methodist Church, Aerie 245, Fraternal Order of Eagles and the Junior Order of United American Mechanics. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Anna L. (Layman) Neat, and two sisters, Miss Mollie Neat and Mrs. Harriett Douglas, both of this city. The body is at the Scarpelli Funeral Home, where friends will be received from 7 to 9 p.m. today and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow. Services will be conducted Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the funeral home by Rev. Robert Nimon, pastor of Grace Church, and interment will be in Frostburg Memorial Park. Cumberland Aerie 245 will conduct ritualistic services tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. at the funeral home.
Cumberland Evening Times, August 29, 1960
Posted May 30, 2009
 

NEBEL, Mrs. Emma Kroll

Mrs. Emma Nebel, 48, wife of John Nebel and a native of Frostburg, died Tuesday at Colmar, near Washington. Other survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Thelma Berger, Hyattsville; two sons, John Jr., Alexandria, Va., and William, Washington; three brothers, Conrad, John and George Kroll, and a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Lapp, Frostburg. Mrs. Nebel, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kroll, was a member of the Evangelical and Reformed Church, Frostburg. Funeral services will be held Friday with interment in Washington.
The Cumberland Evening Times, June 11, 1942
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 30, 2011



NEDER, Mrs. Barbara Anna Lapp

Mt. Savage - Mrs. Barbara Anna Neder, 76, widow of George Neder, died at her home on Church Hill yesterday. She had been ill seven years. A native of Corriganville, she was a daughter of the late Philip and Anna Everline Lapp. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Cornelia Smith, Mt. Rainier, Md., and Mrs. Ruth Martin, Mrs. Elizabeth Bennett and Mrs. Georgianna Voit, all of Mt. Savage; two sons, Raymond Neder and William Neder, both of Mt. Savage, one grandchild and one great-grandchild. She was a member of the St. George Episcopal Church, the Women of St. George, and St. Anne's Chapter of the church. The body will be at the home today. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at St. George Church with Rev. Lawrence Butler, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in the church cemetery.
The Cumberland Sunday Times, April 10, 1960
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 11, 2009

 

NEDER, Donald

Mount Savage - Donald Neder, 71, formerly of Mount Savage, passed away on Wednesday, June 18, 2008 at the Larkin-Chase Nursing Home in Bowie, after an eight month long illness. He was preceded in death by his parents, Raymond and Beatrice Neder. Donald was employed by the Navy Department of Defense in which he contributed 30 years of service. He resided in Mount Rainier. He is survived by his wife, Ruby Ann (Rice) Neder; a son, George Neder of Riverdale; a sister, Marguerite Logue and husband Ray of Ellerslie; nephews, Jay Combs and Matt Logue; and nieces, Jennifer Dugger and Lou Ann Logue. Friends will be received at the Fort Lincoln Funeral Home, Brentwood, on Sunday, June 22, 2008 from 3 to 7 p.m. Services will be conducted at the funeral home on Monday, June 23, 2008 at 11 a.m. Interment will follow at Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
June 20, 2008, Cumberland Times-News
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted January 10, 2010
 

NEDER, James William
 
MOUNT SAVAGE — James William “Bill” Neder, 97, of Mount Savage, died Thursday, Dec. 31, 2009, at the Frostburg Village Nursing Care Center. Born May 5, 1912, in Mount Savage, Bill was the son of the late George and Barbara (Lapp) Neder. In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by two brothers, Raymond Neder and George Neder; four sisters, Ruth Martin, Cornelia Smith, Elizabeth Bennett and Georganna Voit. Bill was retired from David Taylor Model Basin as a metal model maker. He served in the Peace Corps in the 1960’s in Malaysia. He was a member of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, Mount Savage Episcopal Church, Mount Savage Volunteer Fire Company, Barrelville Outdoor Club, Piney Mountain Sportsman Club and the Evergreen Hunting Club. Surviving are numerous nieces and nephews. Bill was the last surviving member of his immediate family. Mr. Neder was cremated in accordance with his wishes. A Requiem Eucharist will be celebrated at Saint George’s Episcopal Church, Mount Savage, on Thursday at 11 a.m. with Deacon Lydia Martin officiating. Interment of Bill’s ashes will be in the parish cemetery. The family requests memorials be directed to Saint George’s Episcopal Church, Mount Savage.  
January 04, 2010, Cumberland Times-News
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted April 4, 2013
 

NEDER, John

Mt. Savage, Feb. 27 - John Neder, 63, died at his home early this morning following an illness of several years. He was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Neder and was a painter, having learned his trade in the Cumberland and Pennsylvania Railroad Company shops at Mt. Savage. He entered the service of that company on October 13, 1891, and retired on July 1, 1934, on account of ill health. He was a painter foreman. Mr. Neder was a member of Kemp Lodge # 134 AF & AM and of St. George's Episcopal Church. He was once quite active in politics. Surviving are his wife, a son John, and two daughters, Mary Louise, at home, and Mrs. Frank Ewald, of Dormont, Pa; a brother, George Neder, and a sister, Mrs. William Creiger, also survive.
The Cumberland Evening Times, February 27, 1940
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted August 25, 2009
 

 

NEDER, John Raymond
(part of a longer article on the death of John Raymond Neder, who was killed in an auto accident)

A native of Mt. Savage, he was a son of the late George and Barbara (Lapp) Neder. A retired agent for Prudential Insurance Company, he was a member of Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Keyser, and JOUAM Jennings Council 15. Mt. Savage. Besides his widow, he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Marguerite Logue, Ellerslie; a son, Donald Neder, Mount Rainier; a brother, William Neder, Mt. Savage; four sisters, Mrs. Ruth Martin, Mrs. Elizabeth Bennett, Mt. Savage; Mrs. Cornelia Smith, Mt. Rainier, and Mrs. Georgeanna Voit, Tyler, Texas, and three grandchildren. The body is at the Durst Funeral Home, Frostburg, where friends will be received from 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p.m. A service will be conducted at St. George Episcopal Church, Mt. Savage, tomorrow at 2 p.m. Interment will follow in the church cemetery.
The Cumberland News, September 16, 1977
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)

Posted January 10, 2010

 

NEDER, Mrs. Mary Ann Arthur

MT. SAVAGE - Mrs. Mary Ann Neder, 89, died Friday night in the Allegany County Infirmary. She was born in Mt. Savage, the daughter of the late Jacob and Elizabeth Arthur. She was the last of her immediate family. Her husband, Joseph Neder, died in 1925. She was a member of St. George Episcopal Church. She is survived by three sons, Karl Neder, Arthur Neder and Roland Neder, all of Mt. Savage; two daughters, Mrs. Marion King, Mt. Savage, and Mrs. Marjory Salazar, New Mexico; 15 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Durst Funeral Home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. in St. George Episcopal Church. The Rev. Phillip Swickard will officiate and interment will be in the parish cemetery. The Litany for the Departed will be recited in the funeral home today at 7:30 p.m. Pallbearers will be Arthur King, Joseph King, Joseph Neder, Richard Neder, Eric Neder and Robert Wilson. Among the survivors are 15 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and seven step-grandchildren. The family requests memorials take the form of contributions to the Allegany County Infirmary.
The Cumberland Times, August 3, 1975
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 13, 2009

 

NEDER, Roland Francis

MOUNT SAVAGE -- Roland Francis "Jiggs" Neder, 78, of Stationmaster Row, N.W., Mount Savage, died Friday, Oct. 26, 2001, at his residence. Born April 11, 1923, in Mount Savage, he was the son of the late Joseph F. and Mary Ann (Lemmert) Neder. He was also preceded in death by two brothers, Carl and Manzy Neder; and one sister, Mickey Salazar. Mr. Neder was an assistant sexton at the Saint George's Episcopal Church, Mount Savage and formerly employed at Pratt's Grocery and Mulligan's Grocery, both of Mount Savage. He was a member, assistant sexton, and an alter boy for 60 years at St. George's Episcopal Church, a member of the Mount Savage Fire Department and was a former Boyscout. Mr. Neder is survived by one sister, Marion King, Mount Savage; and numerous nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the Durst Funeral Home, P.A., 57 Frost Ave., Frostburg, on Saturday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A Requiem Eucharist will be celebrated at St. George's Episcopal Church on Sunday at 3 p.m. Interment will be in the Saint George's Parish Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Bill Neder, Donald Rice, Bobby Farrell, Ed Monahan, Buddy Wade and Gerard McGann. Honorary pallbearers will be Joe Neder, Rick Neder, Eric Neder Arthur King, Joseph King, Orlando Salazar, Robert Salazar, James Salazer and Juan Salazer. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be directed to the Mount Savage Fire Hall or to St. George's Episcopal Church.
Saturday, October 27, 2001, Cumberland Times-News
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted January 10, 2010

 

(Courtesy of Priscilla Engeman)

NEDLEY, Mrs. Maude Casteel

Terra Alta, W. Va., Jan. 8 - Mrs. John Nedley, 46, died Friday in the St. Francis Hospital in Pittsburgh. She was born at McHenry, Md. Burial took place Monday afternoon in Pittsburgh. Survivors are her husband, five children, at home, three sisters, Mrs. Andrew Lewis, near Terra Alta; Mrs. Vernie Hoye, McHenry; Mrs. Eddie Peake, Terra Alta, and three brothers, Edward Casteel, Oakland; Harold Casteel, Fairmont, and Stanley Casteel, Terra Alta. Those attending the funeral from here were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Casteel.
Source: The Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Maryland; Jan. 8, 1941; page 13.
(Maude Casteel Nedley - daughter of Edward N. and Mary Savage Casteel)
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted September 11, 2010

NEDROW, Charles Clair

Charles Clair "Charley" Nedrow, 53, of Kansas City North, passed away October 4, 2004, at his home. Visitation will be from 6-8 p.m. Wenesday, October 6, and funeral services 1 p.m. Thursday, October 7 at the Park Lawn Northland Chapel, I-35 at M-291 Hwy., Liberty. Burial in Mount Moriah Terrace Park Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to Kendallwood Hospice. Charley was orn August 23, 1951, in Somerset, PA. He served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam Era. He worked 17 years for Georgia Pacific. Survivors include his son and daughter-in-law, Christopher and Tera Nedrow, and his two granddaughters, McKenzie and Cameron. He also leaves a brother, Ron Nedrow, and several nieces and nephews, all of Pennsylvania. Charles was a loving father and especially adored his two granddaughters. He will e missed by his family and friends. (Arrangements: Park Lawn Northland Chapel, 816-781-8228)
d.od. 4 October 2004; no source noted (MO)
FindAGrave Memorial #73545383
(Courtesy of Gene Brierly/transcribed by Genie)
Posted April 29. 2017



NEDROW, Clair "Butch"

Clair "Butch" Nedrow, 56, of Mill Run, died Wednesday at Westmoreland Hospital in Greensburg. He was born Oct. 15, 1924, in Melcroft, a son of the late William H. and Jennie Grace Miller Nedrow. He was a former coal miner at the Melcroft Mine and was employed by the Ed Nicholson Lumber Co., Normalville. He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the African and European Theaters with the U.S. Army. Surviving is his wife, Helen Miller Nedrow; two sons, Charles Nedrow of Alma, Kan., and Ronald Nedrow, at home; one daughter, Mrs. Kenneth (Sandra) Kern of Connellsville, R.D. 2; two step-sons, Edwin Harkcom of Kent, Ohio, and Robert Harkcom of Ravenna, Ohio; six grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Catherine Whipkey and Mrs. Arminta Whipkey, both of Boswell, nd Mrs. Carrie Geary of Youngwood, and two brothers, Domer Nedrow of Culver and Donal Nedrow of Rockwood. He was predeceased by two sons, William Earl and Frederic Ross Nedrow; one sister, Mrs. Edwinna Shawley, and one brother, Kenney Nedrow.
d.o.d. 12 February 1981; no source noted (PA)
(Courtesy of Gene Brierly/transcribed by Genie)
Posted April 29. 2017

NEDROW, Mrs. Helen Miller

Helen M. Nedrow, 76, of Uniontown and formerly of Mill Run, Pa., passed away Sunday, November 28, 1999, in Beverly Healthcare, Uniontown, Pa. She was born January 28, 1923, in Confluence, Pa., daughter of Charles Miller and Margaret "Maggie" Bird Miller. Mrs. Nedrow was a member of Uniontown Free Methodist Church. She was predeceased by her husband, Clair "Butch" Nedrow; two sons, Frederick Nedrow (age 7 years) and William Nedrow (age 2 1/2 years); a sister, Mae Bowers; a brother, Bud Fisher, and her parents. Surviving are five children: Edwin Harkcom of Caldwell, Ohio; Robert George Harkcom, of Ravenna, Ohio; Sandra Joyce Kerns, of Connellsville, Pa.; Charles Clair Nedrow, of Missouri; Ronald Nedrow, of Pittsburgh; and nine grandchildren. Friends will be received in the Donald R. Crawford Funeral Home, Hopwood, on Tuesday, and on Wednesday, December 1, until time of service, 11 a.m., with the Rev. James Jobes and the Rev. Charles Little officiating. Interment will follow in Johnson Chapel Cemetery, Confluence.
d.o.d. Sunday, November 28, 1999 [Unknown Source]
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 6, 2017

NEDROW, Mrs. La Venie M. Bird

Funeral services for Mrs. La Venie M. Nedrow, 82 years of age, a former resident of Somerfield, and late resident of Confluence, were held Saturday at 3:30 p.m. in the Humbert Funeral Home. Interment was made in the Addison Cemetery. She made her home with her daughter, Mrs. A. T. Groff of Confluence. Mrs. Nedrow was the widow of Peter Victor Nedrow. She was a devout member of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Confluence until failing health kept her from attending the last two or three years. She was a member of the 1st Circle of the Women's Society of Christian Service. Mrs. Nedrow was a devoted wife and mother. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. A. T. Groff of Confluence and Mary E. Nedrow of Pittsburgh, and a brother, Andrew L. Bird, of Confluence.
Meyersdale (Pa.) Republican, June 13, 1946
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted February 7, 2017


 NEDROW, Peter Victor

Peter Victor Nedrow, aged 67 years, 9 months and 2 days, died at his home at Confluence at 2 o'clock Sunday morning, July 30. His death was due to heart trouble with which he was afflicted since last November. For the last few weeks his condition seemed to be much improved. He was out on Saturday evening, and appeared in good health when he retired. At 2 o'clock his wife heard him breathing very heavily and before the doctor or neighbors could be called, he expired. P.V. Nedrow was born in West Virginia, October 7, 1854. On April 13, 1892, he married Miss Venie Bird, daughter of the late Basil Bird. Mrs. Nedrow and their two daughters, Mary Ethel and Eunice Catherine Nedrow, both at home, survive him., He is also survived by two brothers, Dr. James P. Nedrow, Clarksburg, W.Va., and Samuel Nedrow, Brandonville, W.Va., and one sister, Mrs. Luther Selvy, Clarksburg, W.Va. Mr. Nedrow after his marriage went to live at Somerfiled where he and his family made their home for 25 years. During this time he was engaged in active business pursuits, first in the flour milling business at Markleysburg, and afterwards with Dr. T. J. Jacobes at Somerfield, in the same business. He was also for many years engaged in the sawmill and lumber business, until four years ago, when he retired and moved with his family to Confluence. He was a lifelong member of the Methodist Episcopal church and bible class and was a sincere christian, and sterling citizen. He was a devoted husband and father and possessed of every trait of noble manhood. He was honest in all his dealiings with his fellow men, and highly esteemed by all who knew him, especially by those who knew him most intimately. Funeral services were held at the family home at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, August 1, Rev. J. M. Cogley officiating. Interment in Addison cemetery.
30 July 1922; no source noted (Somerset Co. PA)

FindAGrave Memorial #71065706
(Courtesy of Gene Brierly/transcribed by Genie)
Posted April 29. 2017

NEE, Bartholomew

AGED CITIZEN PASSES - Bartholomew Nee Died at Five O'clock This Morning.
Bartholomew Nee. one of the oldest and highly esteemed residents of this city, died at his home on Maryland avenue, this morning at 5 o'clock, aged 71 years.  He had been in bad health for over a year, but only within the past few days did his condition become serious.  The deceased had an eventful career, serving in the United States navy, during the Civil War. from its beginning to the close.  At the end of hostilities he came to this city and at the opening of the B. & O. rolling mill, was employed for, many years as a puddler.  He was employed in various capacities and within the lust few years has been in the employ of the city.  Besides his wife,he is survived by three sons, Matthew, a salesman, of Chicago; Joseph, city police sergeant, and Thomas, living at McKees Rocks. Pa.  One daughter. Mary, is a member of a religious order, at Johnstown. Pa. The funeral will take place on Monday morning with requiem mass in St. Patrick's Church, at an hour not yet designated.  Interment, will be made in the church cemetery.
Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., Friday, April 30, 1909 - pg 7, col 3
Find A Grave Memorial# 87987603
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted May 20, 2017



NEE, Bartley Jr.

In the Front Room of Saxton Hotel on Mechanic Street. FRIEND HORROR STRICKEN.  Awoke This Morning and Found He Had Occupied Bed With Dead Man.  The Remains Viewed Coroner.  Was a Member of Company D.
Bartley Nee Jr., aged about 29 years, a well known young man of this city, was found dead in bed about eleven o’clock this morning in a front room of the Saxton Hotel, 197 North Mechanic street, of which Martin Nelson is proprietor.  Nee, until about two weeks ago, had been employed by Mr. Thomas Kean on some construction work near Romney, W.Va., but having complained of being ill was allowed to come home.  He was about the Saxton Hotel all day yesterday and was heard by several persons there to state that he was feeling indisposed and was allowed to rest in one of the rooms on the upper floor. About eight o’clock last evening his condition became worse and Dr. C. H. Bruce was called to render medical aid, a hypodermic injection was made, after which he again laid down to rest for the night.  Thomas Brannan occupied the same bed and upon awakening this morning was horror-stricken to find his bed mate dead.  Coroner Martz was notified and after examining the witnesses deemed an inquest unnecessary.  The deceased is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bartley Nee. who reside on Maryland avenue.  Besides his parents he is survived by one sister and two brothers. Mr. Joseph Nee. of this city. and Matthew Nee, of Pittsburg.  Mr. Nee was a member of the U S  Volunteers, Company D, First Maryland Regiment, that was organized in this city during the American and Spanish war.  The remains were taken in charge by Undertaker Butler.  The funeral arrangements will be announced later.
Cumberland Alleganian; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., Thursday, October 10, 1907 - pg 2/1, col 3
Find A Grave Memorial# 125870186
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted May 20, 2017

John C. Nee

NEE, John C.

Bedford, Pa. - John C. Nee, 75, of RD 3, Bedford, died yesterday in Bedford County Memorial Hospital. Mr. Nee was born in Bedford County January 4, 1891. Surviving are his widow, Maude (Haines) Nee; three duaghters, Mrs. Melvin McConnell, Altoona; Mrs. James Young, Arlington, Va., and Mrs. Harold Redinger, Rainsburg; three sons, Melvin Nee, RD 3, Bedford, Randolph Nee, RD 3 Cumberland, and Charles Nee, Georgia; three sisters, Mrs. Howard Robertson and Mrs. Mildred Southerly, both of Cumberland, and Mrs. Margaret Close, Baltimore, and four brothers, George Nee, Everett; Charles and Russell Nee, both of Cumberland, and Ralph Nee, Bedford. Services will be conducted Friday at 2:30 p.n. at Bedrod Valley Assembly of God Church by Rev. Ervin Mason.  Burial will be Centerville POS of A Cemetery. The body will be at the Geisel Funeral Home after7 p.m. today and will be taken to the church at 1:30 p.m. Friday.
Wednesday, March 16, 1966, Cumberland News
(Courtesy of Ruth Sprowls/transcribed by Genie Ragan)
Posted June 2, 2010

 

NEE, John S.

Excerpts from The Cumberland Times transcribed by Charles Often
07 Sep 1915 John S Nee, aged 56 years, died Sunday (5 Sep) at his home 28 N Centre Street following a lingering illness. He was a passenger train conductor of the Western Maryland RR for 26 years. Married twice, his first wife was Miss Mary Brockey and his second wife, who survives is Miss Lucy O’Donnell. Besides his wife, a brother, James A Nee; and his children: Mrs Thomas H Dawson; Mrs Robert E Fay; and Misses Helen and Catherine; and John R and Robert Nee are at home. The funeral and burial is at St Peter & Paul Catholic Church.
07 September 1915; The Cumberland Times
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted July 4, 2015

NEE, Mrs Lucy Matilda O'Donnell

A requiem mass will be held Monday morning at 9 o'clock in SS Peter and Paul Catholic church for Mrs Lucy Matilda Nee, 74, widow of John S Nee who died yesterday morning at her residence, 719 North Mechanic street. Interment will follow in the church cemetery.  A native of this city Mrs. Nee was a daughter of the late Bernard and  Mary (Broderick) O'Donnell. She was a member of SS. Peter and Paul Catholic church.  She is survived by two sons, John R. Nee, this city, and Cpl. Robert A. Nee, with the Army in Italy; two daughters, Mrs. Helen A. Brode and Mrs. Catherine Cosgrove, both of this city; two step-daughters, Mrs. Margaret A. Dawson and Mrs. Bertha V. Prey, both of this city; a brother, Bernard O'Donnell, Benton Harbor, Mich., and a sister, Mrs. Mary Egan, this city.
Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., Saturday, June 23, 1945 - pg 3, col 2
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted July 4, 2015

 

NEFF, Mr. Callie (see also REED, Miss Daisy)  

"A DOUBLE TRAGEDY-Two Young People Killed by No. 12-One of the saddest fatal accidents that ever took place in this vicinity occurred about 9:20 Tuesday evening, July 10, 1906, a short distance east of the Bloomington bridge on the B & O railroad, resulting in the instant death of Mr. Callie Neff, a B & O freight brakeman, residing with his mother on the east end of Fairview street near the HERALD office, and Miss Daisy Reed, of Bloomington, Md. Miss Reed had spent the evening in Piedmont and Mr. Neff started to accompany her home, walking up the B & O railroad. A Mr. Fazenbaker, of the Junction, witnessed the accident and immediately summoned assistance. They were walking on the north (westbound) track and took it for granted that passenger train No. 12, which they must have heard coming, was on the south (eastbound) track. Owing to a wreck near Bloomington No. 12 was sent over the north track and dashed around the curve through a cut so suddenly they did not have time to get off the track. Both were instantly killed and their bodies thrown some distance, the engineer, Mr. Wm. Fazenbaker, not being aware of the accident. Their bodies were brought to Piedmont at once and taken to the Fredlock undertaking rooms on Lyon street and prepared for burial before being sent to their respective homes. Callie Elwood Neff is the eldest son of Mr. John W. and Mrs. Fannie Neff, and was born at Frankfort, Mineral county, Christmas day-December 25, 1884, being in his 22nd year. He was an industrious young man and had been materially assisting in the support of the family for several years. He had been in the employ of the B & O for eight years, the last two having been spent as brakeman here. He had been transferred to the Keyser yard where he had only worked two days. His was a social disposition and he was popular with his railroad associates and all his acquaintances. The family-especially his devoted mother, to whom he had always been so kind and helpful-are heart broken over his tragic death. The funeral of Miss Reed took place at eleven o'clock this morning from St. Peter's Catholic church, Westernport, Md. The funeral of Mr. Neff will take place from the Southern M. E. church at two o'clock this afternoon, Rev. H. L. Hout..."
"The Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Friday 13 Jul 1906
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted July 29, 2009
 

NEFF, Charles E.
 
Charles E. Neff, the eldest son of Mrs. Carrie Neff, 220 Schley street, and the late John W. Neff, died Tuesday evening at his home, Detroit, Mich. He is survived by his widow and two children, also the following sisters and brothers: Miss Effie Neff, Mrs. Charles C. Landis, Mrs. Charles H. Little, Harry C. Neff, of Jacksonville, Fla., and Walter and Guy Neff of this city.
The Cumberland Evening Times, February 2, 1927
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted September 21, 2013

 

NEFF, Clifton Clark

Clifton Clark Neff, aged 64 years, of 100 1/2 Spring avenue, Ellwood City, died Monday at 6:40 p.m. in Ellwood City after a lingering illness. Mr. Neff was born in Frostburg, Md., September 2 1886, son of he late Henry Neff, and Mrs. Ella Gunnett Neff, who survives. For over 30 years he worked at the National Tube company and, was a roller at the No.5 hot mill. Mr. Neff was a member of the United Presbyterian church, Elks lodge, Ever-Ready club and the Pittsburgh Archery association. In addition to his wife, Mrs. Nellie Neff, he leaves his mother, Mrs. Ella G. Neff; two sons, Curtis E. and Samuel G. Neff, Ellwood City; a daughter, Mrs. Maryland Thornhill, Ellwood City, and three step-children, Vivian Miller at home, Donald Miller of Sharon, and William Miller of Battle Creek, Mich.  Five sisters also survive: Pearl and Virginia Neff, Mrs. Oliver Simons and Mrs. Margaret Allerdice, all of Frostburg, Md. and Mrs. Eleanor Wilson, Washington, D.C. and nine grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted from the J. I. Porter funeral home Thursday at two p. m. with Rev. E. V. May in charge. Burial will be in Locust Grove cemetery. Friends may call tonight, seven to nine o'clock, at the funeral home, and Wednesday two to four and and seven to nine p. m.
Tuesday, 26 September 1950; New Castle News, New Castle, PA.
~Genie
Posted January 22, 2011


NEFF, Miss E(dna) Pearl

FROSTBURGMiss E. Pearl of 32 Beall Street, died at Miners' Hospital yesterday shortly after admitted. She had been ill for three months.A retired registered nurse, she was a graduate of the Church Home and Infirmary Hospital School of Nursing, Baltimore, and was a member of the Frostburg U n i t e d Methodist Church.A native of Frostburg, she was a daughter of the late Henry K. and Ella (Gunnett) Neff. She is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Oliver Simons, Miss Virginia Neff and Mrs. James Allderdice, all of Frostburg. The body is at the Durst Funeral Home where friends will be received today from 7 to 9 p.m. and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
Sunday,21 December 1969; Cumberland Times
~Genie
Posted January 22, 2011

NEFF, Miss E(dna) Pearl

Miss E(dna) Pearl Neff, 85, of 32 Beall Street, who died Saturday, will be conducted in the Durst Funeral Home tomorrow at 1:30 p. m. by Rev. Leonard B. Ranson.  Interment will be in Frostburg Memorial Park. Pallbearers, all great-nephews will be Steven Broadwater, David Broadwater, Daniel Broadwater, Louis Hast, James Hast and George Hast.  Friends will be received in the funeral home today from 7 to 9 p. m.
Monday, 22 December 1969; Cumberland Evening Times
~Genie

Posted January 22, 2011

 

NEFF, Miss Elizabeth

On the 24th ult. near Westernport in the County, Miss Elizabeth NEFF, daughter of Mr. Peter Neff, in about the 25th year of her age.
Cumberland Alleganian, September 5, 1845

NEFF, Mrs. Ella Gunnett

FROSTBURG—Mrs. Ella (Gunnett) Neff, 94. of 32 Beall Street, died last night at her home folowing a long illness. She was the widow of Henry K. Neff and a life-long resident of Frostburg. Survivors include four daughters, Miss E. Pearl Neff and Virginia Neff, both at home; [Mrs.]Oliver Simons, Frostburg, and Mrs. Margaret Allerdice, Washington. She was a member of First Methodist Church. The body will be at the Durst Funeral Home after 7 p. m. today. Friends will be received tomorrow from 2 until 5 p. m. and 7 until 9 p. m.
Wednesday, 18 December 1957; Cumberland Evening Times
~Genie
Posted January 22, 2011

NEFF, Freddie

Alaska, W.Va., Feb. 25 - The remains of little Freddie Neff, of Piedmont, were brought here and interred in the Frankfort cemetery beside his sister Mary who was buried here a few weeks ago.
Published in the Cumberland Evening Times, February 28, 1901
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted August 19, 2017

NEFF, Frederick

OAKLAND, Md. -- Frederick J. Neff, 82, of 206 Fourth St., Oakland, Md., died Wednesday, March 27, 2002, at Garrett County Memorial Hospital, Oakland. Born October 5, 1919, in Luke, Md., he was the son of the late William and Nora (O'Brien) Neff. One sister, Geraldine Lyons, and one brother, William "Scatter" Neff, Jr. also preceded him in death. Mr. Neff was retired from Columbia Gas Co. with 30 years of service. He was a United States Army Air Force veteran, having served during World War II. He was attached to the 44th Air Depot Group. Mr. Neff was a life member of Kelly-Mansfield Post #52 American Legion, Piedmont, W.Va., a life member of Queens Point V.F.W. #6775, McCoole, and a member of the Eighth Air Force Historical Society, and the N.R.A. He had been an amateur photographer, an avid golfer, fisherman, and loved the outdoors. Surviving is his wife of 41 years, Alice (McCormick) Neff; one son, Dennis and wife Barbara of Tampa, Fla.; two brothers, Robert and wife Rose of Apple Valley, Minnesota, Frank and wife Thelma of Tyrone, Pa.; two grandchildren, Anthony of New York, Michelle Allen of Tampa, Fla.; one great grandchild, Luke Allen, Tampa, Fla.; and a number of nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends at the Boal Funeral Home, Westernport, on Friday from 7-9 p.m. Services will be conducted at the funeral home chapel on Saturday at 11:00 a.m., with Rev. Paul Smith officiating. Interment will be in Philos Cemetery, Westernport. The combined veterans organizations will accord full military honors at graveside, with pallbearers from the veteran organizations.
Waltham News Tribune (MA) (Published as Daily News Tribune, The (Waltham, MA)) - March 28, 2002
(Courtesy of Charles Riend)
Posted October 14, 2015

NEFF, Guy

ELK GARDEN NEWS - Miss Annie Fleming attended the funeral of the young man, Guy Neff of Piedmont, last Saturday.
Keyser Tribune, April 28, 1911
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted July 22, 2010

Name: Jesse W. Neff, Sr., 87, of Emmaus, PA 
Parents: John W. Neff and Nellie E. (Zembower) Neff 
DOB: Cumberland, MD 
DOD: Wednesday, February 5, 2003, at the Inpatient Hospice Unit at Lehigh Valley Hospital, Allentown, PA 
Military:  United States Army Veteran of World War II 
Spouse: Marianna (Brant) Neff 
Predeceased by: parents; wife; son, Jesse W. Neff, Jr.; brother, Charles Neff 
Survived by: daughter, Barbara E. Mizdail, Emmaus, PA 
Burial: Saturday, March 22, 2003, Zion Memorial Park, Cumberland, MD
 
Source: Adams Family Funeral Home, Cumberland, MD
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted January 2, 2015

NEFF, Mrs. Mabel Edna Crowe

Funeral Today For Mrs. Mabel Neff
Services Held This Afternoon For Ewing Park Resident, Who Died Sunday Ellwood City, Dec. 26 - Funeral services for Mrs. Mabel E. Neff, aged 56 years, wife of C. Clark Neff, of 519 Haig street, Ewing Park, were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the late home.  Rev. W. E. Minteer[?], pastor of the First U. P. church officiated. Mrs. Neff passed away at 5 o'clock on Sunday morning after a lingering illness of twelve years.  In addition to her husband she is survived by one daughter, Maryland E., two sons Curtiss and Samuel: one sister. Mrs. George Griffith, and three brothers, Allen, Richard and Dewey Crowe, all of this city, Interment was made in Locust Grove Cemetery.

Tuesday, 26 December 1939; New Castle News, New Castle, PA
~Genie
Posted January 22, 2011
 

NEFF, Oscar Raymond

Oscar Raymond Neff, 44, of Stratford Avenue, Hagerstown, died suddenly last evening, at 7 p.m. after being admitted to Washington County Hospital. A native of Oklahoma, he was the son of Annie (Light) Neff Evans, Fort Ashby, and the late Grover Neff. He had resided in Hagerstown for the past 12 years and was a member of the Loyal Order of the Moose. He is also survived by his wife, Georgia Lewis Neff; two daughters, Mrs. Donovan Boward and Miss Janie Neff, both of Hagerstown; brothers, Daniel, Henry, Edward, and half-brother Leonard, all of Fort Ashby, W. Va., and a number of nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends at the George Funeral Home, Cumberland, Tuesday. The funeral service will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the funeral home. The Rev. William D. Slates will officiate, and interment will be in Fort Ashby Cemetery.
Published in The Cumberland (Md.) Evening Times, Tuesday, July 30, 1963
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 6, 2017

NEFF, Mrs. Rose Gunter
 
Mrs. Rose Gunter Neff, a former resident of Cumberland, died yesterday in her residence in Detroit, Mich. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John W. McKenzie, this city. Surviving here are two brothers, Samuel L. McKenzie, Henderson Avenue, and Milnor J. McKenzie, Park Heights. Services and interment will be in Detroit.
Cumberland Evening Times, August 3, 1944
(Courtesy of Ray Leidinger)
Posted September 13, 2013

 

NEFF, Samuel Gunnett

Samuel Gunnett Neff, ex-local leader, dies
A former labor leader who was instrumental in saving the local Tube Mill and later rose to be a state senator and started an area golf course, Samuel Gunnett Neff, 81, of Rotunda West, Fla., died of natural causes Thursday, March 23, 1995, at his residence. Born Sept. 23, 1913, in Frostburg, Md., to the late Samuel M. and Bernadette Crow Gunnett, he moved to Ellwood City around 1916, attended local schools and served as captain of the high school football team in both his junior and senior years, which was a rarity then and even now. He worked at National Tube, later Ellwood Works of U.S. Steel, served as president of Local 1220, production workers' union at the mill, and became a staff representative of United Steelworkers of America. After the end of World War II when it was announced the local Tube Mill would close, Mr. Neff was on the committee of seven steelworkers who went to Hoboken, NJ, in an attempt to save the mill. He was described as an eloquent spokesman for that group when it appeared before the U.S. Steel board of directors and at a shareholders' meeting. As a result of those sessions, the local mill did not close at that time and remained in operation for more than 25 years. Much of the credit for keeping the mill in operation went to Mr. Neff and that committee. Mr. Neff was elected a state senator in 1948, serving one term, and later was head of workmen's compensation in the slate. At one time, he was also a candidate for governor. He later built Palisades Golf Course, now known as Fox Run Golf Course on River Rd. in North Sewickley Twp. In the spring of 1984, Mr. Neff sold the golf course to Max and Shirley Mesing, current owners, who changed the name to Fox Run and have since redesigned it and made major improvements. Mr. Neff had also been chairman of Beaver County Democrats in the 1950s. He moved to Florida about 15 years ago. Surviving are his wife, Evelyn K. Slade Neff; a son, Theodore Neff of Totonda West; and four daughters, Nancy Shepherd of Painesville, Ohio, Mabel Neff of Englewood, Fla., Catherine Franek of Bradenton, Fla., and Virginia Neff of Jacksonville, Fla. Also surviving are 10 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; two brothers, Bob Griffith of Whispering Pines, NC, and George Gunnett of New Castle; and a sister, Maryland Thornhill of Ellwood City. He was preceded in death by a son, Sammy Neff, who died in 1942 and by two brothers, James Kenneth "Kenny" Gunnett of Ellwood City and Theodore 'Dory" Gunnett of New Castle. Private services were planned in Florida. Memorial donations in Mr. Neff 's name may be made to the Ellwood City Area Historical Society, P.O. Box 611, Ellwood City, PA 16117.

Ellwood City Ledger March 25, 1995

Digitized from microfiche provided by The Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, P.O. Box 210, Jacksonville, Florida 32231-0042.

Notes From Robert L. Griffith:

When Bob was about 3 years old, his mother, Bernadette, died and Bob was raised by his aunt and uncle, George and Lutie Crow Griffith. He was never legally adopted but chose to use the Griffith last name, hence the name change from Gunnett to Griffith. In later life, due to birth certificate problems, it was later necessary to make the name change legal. At Sam's birth, Sam's mother Bernadette Crow Gunnett died, and Sam was raised by his Uncle Clark and Aunt Edna Crow Neff. As with his brother, Bob, Sam was also was never legally adopted.
Notes from Dick Crow:
Sam had done a great bit of research on George Maxwell Crow and his family and I obtained a lot of info from his research.
His father was Samuel G. Gunnett and Sam's mother, Bernadette Crow, daughter of George M. Crow, passed away in 1914. Sam was born in 1913. It appears that since he was the youngest child that he was raised by his Aunt Mable Edna Crow who had married a Neff, thus the use of Neff by Sam.  Sam was involved in politics in the Beaver-Butler and Lawrence County area of Pennsylvania. He was a State Senator from this 47th Senatorial District and ran for Congress from that district, not certain whether he was elected or not.  The information relative to his Grandfather and Aunts and Uncles was furnished by Sam to me prior to his death in 1996[?].
(Courtesy of Dick Crow)
Posted July 31, 2009


NEFF, Mrs. Zipporah Euphrates McKenzie

Mrs. Zipporah Euphrates Neff, 69 years of age, wife of William Henry Neff, Pinto, Md., died Sunday morning at her home. Mrs. Neff is also survived by these children: Ernest Lynn Neff, this city; Algernon G. Neff, Lonaconing; Thornton D. Neff, Cleveland; Mrs. Mary Ellen Byrd, Pinto. She also leaves the following sisters and brothers: Mrs. Margaret E. Miller, Mrs. Bertie H. Pate, Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Hattie M. Weeks, Riverdale, Md.; Mrs. Clara McFarland, Rawlings, Md.; Walter J. McKenzie, Hagerstown, and Ernest McKenzie, this city. The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning from the home, with interment in the family cemetery of G. T. McKenzie, Potomac, Md.
Cumberland Evening Times, September 28, 1925
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 21, 2013

NEILSON , David C.
 
FROSTBURG - David C. Neilson, 97, died yesterday at Sylvan Retreat where he was a patient four years. Born in Scotland he was a son of the alte David and Margaret (Shaw) Neilson. He was a member of Welsh Memorial Baptist Church. Suriving are two brothers, Hugh Neilson, Pittsburgh and Andrew Neilson, Frostburg and one sister, Mrs. Margaret Trenum, Frostburg. The body is at the Durst Funeral Home where friends will be received today from 7 until 9 p.m. and tomorrow from 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p.m. Services will be conducted at the funeral home on Thursday 11 a.m. by Rev. DeMauth Blanton. Interment will be in Frostburg Memorial Park.
SOURCE: The Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Maryland; March 26, 1963; page 18.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)

Posted May 4, 2013

 

NEILSON, Mrs. Rachel Ware

Mrs. Thomas Neilson
Frostburg. Dec, 2 — Mrs. Rachel (Ware) Neilson, 68, wife of Thomas Neilson, of Wright's Crossing, died at Miners' Hospital this morning after being admitted a week ago. Mrs. Neilson was a native of this section and a member of St. John's Episcopal church. She is survived by her husband and the following children: Mrs. John Parker, Mrs. Edward Capel, Thomas, Jr., Marshall, James, Ludwig and Andrew,
all of this place; a sister, Mrs. Carl Kamauff, and a brother, William Ware, also of Frostburg. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.

Cumberland Evening Times, December 2, 1946
Posted February 28, 2010

NEILSON, Mrs. Rachel Ware

Mrs. Thomas Neilson
Frostburg, Dec. 3—Funeral services for Mrs. Rachel (Ware) Neilson, 68, wife of Thomas Neilson, who died Monday in Miners' Hospital, will be held tomorrow at 2:30 p, m., at the residence. Rev. L. B. Brown, pastor of St. John's Episcopal
Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Allegany cemetery.

Cumberland Evening Times, December 3, 1946
Posted February 28, 2010
 

NEIMILLER, Mrs. Carrie Landis

Meyersdale, Pa., Dec. 13 — A native of Somerset county, Mrs. Carrie (Landis) Neimiller, 73, widow of Isaac Neimiller, died Tuesday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mahlon Reich, of nearby Berkeley. Mrs. Neimiller was the daughter of the late Joseph and Margaret (Fleegle) Landis. Surviving are seven children, Norman Neimiller, of Meyersdale; William Neimiller, at home; Mrs. Reich; Joseph Neimiller and Mrs. Joseph Bender, of Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Elmer Fike and Mrs. Albert Barmoy, of Summit Township; a sister, Mrs. Lloyd Hostetler, Meyersdale; 20 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.
The Cumberland Evening Times, December 13, 1945
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 11, 2009
 

 

Andrew Nelson

NELSON, Andrew

News was received here Saturday of the death of Mr. Andrew Nelson from asthma at the the home of his niece Mrs. Walter Miller, in Cumberland. The deceased was born in Scotland, August 21 1835, coming to this country when about ten years old, where he has spent the remainder of his life.  He was engaged in mining for many years residing at Eckhart.  Later he engaged in merchandising business at the same place which was his home at the time of his death.  He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Mary Ann Nelson and the following brothers and sisters; Mrs. Thomas Morris and William Nelson of Eckhart, Mrs. Sarah Murphy of Johnstown, Pa., Mrs. Jennet O'Hara and Mrs. Mary Keri??? of Cumberland.  He is also survived by the following children; Misses Katherine and Ella and Messrs. George, James J., John A. and William A. all of Eckhart; also thirty-five grandchildren and two great grandchildren. The deceased left his home in Eckhart to go to Cumberland to be treated by a specialist. Funeral will take place Tuesday morning from St. Michael's Catholic church at 10 o'clock.
Cumberland Evening Times  Feb 27 1905

NELSON, Andrew Francis

Andrew Francis Nelson died Friday night at his home, 410 Columbia street, following an illness of three months.  He was 57.  Mr. Nelson was born In Eckhart, a son of th e late William  and Margaret Kelley Nelson. He worked at the Berkshire barber shop for about twenty years and was a member of Local No. 314, Barber's Union.  He belonged to the Holy Name Society of St Patrick's Catholic church.  Surviving are his wife, Mrs Marie Hausman Nelson, a daughter Dorothy Nelson, at home; one brother, John W Nelson of Cumberland and four sister: Mrs Paul Smith of Detroit, Mich; Mrs William Mason, Mrs Harry Brode and Mrs Raymond Johnson.
Cumberland News; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., Monday, December 25, 1939 - pg 16, col 6
Find A Grave Memorial# 109941824
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted May 20, 2017

 

Mrs. Anna Nelson

NELSON, Mrs. Anna

DEAD AGED OVER ONE HUNDRED YEARS ~ Mrs. Anna Nelson Passed Away Yesterday Evening, Ripe in Years.
Mrs. Anna Nelson died yesterday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jeannette O'Hara, wife of Mr. Dennis O'Hara, 300(?) North Mechanic street, this city, where she had been visiting for the past three months or more. Mrs. Nelson was 101 years of age on March 14th and resided at Washington Hollow, near Eckhart, for many years, having lived in the county 58 years. Until but a short time ago, Mrs. Nelson enjoyed good health.  Her mind was acute and she was able to read without the aid of glasses.  One son, William Nelson, Eckhart, and four daughters, Mrs. O'Hara and Mrs. Andrew Kever, this city; Mrs. John Murphy, Johnstown, Pa., and Mrs. Thomas Morris, Eckhart, Md., survive.  She leaves 58 grandchildren, 68 great grandchildren and 4 great great grandchilddren.  Andrew Nelson, justice of the peace at Eckhart, who died four years ago at the age of 71, was a son.  Her husband died 43 years ago. The funeral will take place on Friday morning at 10 o'clock in Frostburg, from St. Michael's Catholic Church.  Her grandsons will be the pallbearers.  Interment will be made in St. Michael's cemetery. The grandsons selected as bearers are Dennis and Jas. O'Hara, John and Andrew Nelson, Thomas Morris and James Murphy.

June 2, 1909 , Cumberland Evening Times

NELSON, Harvey

Frostburg, July 17 - Harvey Nelson, 46, Barberton, O., died Saturday night at a private hospital at Barberton, Ohio where he had undergone an operation earlier in the week. A son of the late Mr & Mrs John A. Nelson of Eckhart, he moved to Barberton a number of years ago, and was the cafeteria of the Seiberburg Rubber Works. Besides his wife, the former Miss Emma Shuckhart, he leaves on son, Pfc, Earl Nelson, at an Army training school in Alabama; seven brothers; James Nelson, Cumberland; John Nelson, Philadelphia, Roger Nelson, Balt; Raymond and Herbert Nelson, Barberton; Andrew and Olin Nelson, this city; six sisters; Mrs John Wagner and Mrs Lester Folk, Barberton; Mrs John Rodda, Mrs Stella Kraus and Miss Marion Nelson, Frostburg and Mrs William Engle, Eckhart. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon with burial in Barberton.        
July 17, 1944
(Courtesy of Andrew Petenbrink)
Posted September 9, 2017

NELSON, Homan L.

Homan L. Nelson, 63, of Fort Ashby, died yesterday at Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser. Born in Cherry Grove, W.Va., he was a son of the late Paul and Nancy Jane (Waybright) Nelson. His first wife, Julia (Bennett) Nelson preceded him in death. A retired Kelly-Springfield tire plant employee, he was a member of Fort Ashby United Methodist Church, the Lions Club, and Senior Citizens of Mineral County. Surviving are his widow, Dorothy (Clark) Nelson; a son, Willard L. Nelson, with the Navy, San Diego, Calif.; a brother, Rev. Harding Nelson, Arthur; three sisters, Mrs. Ola R. Smith, Maysville; Mrs. Mildred D. Lambert, Wiley Ford, and Mrs. Catherine V. Kimble, Maysville. Rotruck Funeral Home in Keyser is in charge of arrangements.

Published in The Cumberland (Md.) Evening Times, Saturday, June 16, 1973
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 6, 2017

NELSON, Mrs. Lucinda Kimble

PETERSBURG, W. Va. - Mrs. Lucinda Nelson, 87, of Cabins, died yesterday in Grant Memorial Hospital after a long illness. Born in Pendleton County, she was a daughter of the late Calvin and Emily (Shreeve) Kimble, Mrs. Nelson was twice married and both her husbands, George W. Alt and Samuel Nelson, preceeded her in death. She was a member of the Mennonite Church.   Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Harrison VanMeter and Mrs. Estie VanMeter, both of Cabins, and Mrs. Emma Self, Grottoes, Va.; a step-daughter, Mrs. Lucy Aires, Cabins; a son, Andy Alt, Bushy Run; two  brothers, Adam and John Kimble, both of Bushy Run; 34 grandchildren and 75 great-grandchildren. The body is at the Schaeffer Funeral Home.
Source: The Cumberland Evening Times; February 3, 1964; page 16.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted June 22, 2013

NELSON, Madaline V. Miller

Madaline V. Nelson, 75, of I Route 1, Tunnelton, died Tuesday, Aug. 1, 1995, at Grafton City Hospital. She was born March 6, 1920, in Keyser, daughter of the late Andrew and Mary Elizabeth Miller. She was a homemaker. She is survived by three sons, David Nelson and James Nelson, both of Tunnelton, and Robert Nelson of Virginia; five daughters, Shirley Johnson and Patty Winters, both of Tunnelton, Donna Miller of Kingwood, and Joann Zinn and Rosemary Stone, both of Fellowsville; 33 grandchildren, three step-grandchildren and 42 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Samuel Nelson, in 1982, three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Friends may call at Taylor Funeral Home, Newburg, from 2-9 pm. Friday. Service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 5, with the Rev. James Johnson officiating. Burial will be in Shaw Cemetery, Denver.
The Dominion Post; Morgantown, Monongalia Co, WV; Aug 3, 1995
(Courtesy of Mary Teets)
Posted November 20, 2010

 

NELSON, Mrs. Margaret Kelley

Frostburg, Aug. 7.— The funeral of Mrs. Margaret Nelson, aged 61 years, wife of the late William Nelson, who died Thursday at her home in Eckhart, was held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock from Saint Michael's Catholic Church, with requiem high mass celebrated by the Rev. Wm. J. McVeigh, assistant pastor. Interment was in the church cemetery. She is survived by tha, following, children: Mrs. William Mason and Mrs. Raymond Johnson, of Cumberland; Mrs 3arry Erode, Mt. Savage; Mrs. Paul Smith and  Patrick and John Nelson of Eckhart. She also leaves three brothers, Frank Kelley. of Eckhart; Thomas Kelley, of Detroit, and John Kelley, of Cumberland. Three sistrs survive, Mrs. Henry Betz and Mrs. Fred Vocke. of Detroit, and Mrs Mary Condon, of Eckhart.
Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md - Tuesday,August 7, 1923 - pg 10, col 2
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted July 19, 2010

NELSON, Mrs. Margaret Susan Diehl

NURSING ASSISTANT VICTIM OF SHOOTING
The estranged husband of a woman shot to death yesterday at Memorial Hospital today was refused bond in District Court. John Edwin Nelson, 44, who last resided at Central YMCA, is being charged with first degree murder and second degree murder in the shooting of Mrs Margaret Susan Nelson, 49, of 1211 Virginia Avenue. Mrs Nelson was shot and killed after she apparently entered the second level of the Memorial Hospital parking garage. She was shot several times and was pronounced dead in the emergency room of the hospital, where she had just finished a shift working as a nursing assistant. Judge Miller Bowen refused bond for Nelson because of the nature and circumstances of the offense with which he is charged and because he may pose a danger to himself and others. Joseph R Gallen has been retained as attorney for Nelson, who has requested a preliminary hearing in District Court. No date has yet been scheduled for that hearing. Corporal John W Morley, who is heading the investigation for city police, said police were notified of the shooting at 3:18 pm. According to Morley, the shooting was apparently the result of a domestic dispute. The suspect allegedly waited among the cars parked in the garage until the hospital shift changed and the victim was leaving to go home. The garage was reported to be almost full, with the exception of a few empty spaces around the door when the shooting occurred. Apparently there were several witnesses. A 22 caliber rifle was used in the shooting, police said, and then reportedly left at the scene. The suspect is alleged to have fled the garage on foot, after traveling to the hospital in a pickup truck. The truck was later reported to have been located on the lot of a South End restaurant. The suspect was apprehended by City Police at 4:20 pm. He was reportedly found riding in a cab on a North End street and was transported to city police headquarters. The victim had been employed by the hospital for five years, according to Ted Troxell, public relations director of Memorial Hospital. She was presently employed as a nursing assistant on 3 West. Mrs Nelson was a native of Wellersburg, Pa. and a daughter of James Franklin Diehl and Lula A (Michaels) Diehl. She was a 1949 graduate of Beall High School. Also surving are two sons, Daniel J. Emerick, Okinawa, Japan; Joseph F Emerick, at home; four daughters, Mrs Barbara Perkins and Mrs Louise Ann Burgess both of this city; Miss Julia Emerick, Fort Worth, Texas: Miss Mary Catherine Emerick, at home; seven brothers, Vernon Diehl, Bel Air, Md;. Irvin Diehl Wellersburg; John Lewis Diehl, LaVale; Herbert P Diehl, Sunnyside, Mt Savage;Harold D Diehl and J Orville Diehl both of Mt Savage; James R Diehl, Plano, Texas; three sisters, Mrs Mary Flanigan, and Mrs Nellie Hotchkiss, both of Mt Savage; and Mrs Teresa Pendleton, Safety Harbor, Fla, and one grandchild. Friends will be received at the Scarpelli Funeral Home Saturday and Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm.
Cumberland News, May 1, 1981
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted September 29, 2012


Name: Marie A. Nelson, 90, of Lewistown, PA (formerly of Friendsville, MD)
Parents: Arthur and Ocie (Friend) Dixon
DOB: July 5, 1913, at Friendsville, MD
DOD: Sunday, January 25, 2004, at Ohesson Manor Nursing Home, Lewistown, PA
Spouses: Ralph G. Fike, Frank S. Anderson and Clyde H. Nelson
Predeceased by: parents; husbands; brothers, Russell, Ray, Charles, Carl and Paul Dixon; sisters, Ida Chidester and Verna Rodgers
Survived by: nieces and nephews
Burial: February 4, 2004, Blooming Rose Cemetery

Source: Newman Funeral Homes, Garrett Co., MD and Somerset Co., PA
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted February 20, 2014
 
 

Mrs. Rose (Crowe) Nelson

NELSON, Mrs. Rose Crowe

Eckhart, June 29 - Mrs. Rose (Crowe) Nelson, 76, widow of John A. Nelson, died this morning after an illness of several years.  She was a lifelong resident and an active member of the Methodist Church. She was the mother of 16 children, 14 of whom survive: John Nelson, Philadelphia, Pa.; Raymond, Harvey, Herbert, Mrs. John Wagner and Mrs. Lester Folk, Barberton, O.; James, Cumberland; Roger, Olin, Mrs. Wiliam Engle and Miss Marion Nelson, Eckhart; and Andrew, Mrs. Charles Krauss, and Mrs. John J. Rodda, Frostburg.  She also leaves 30 grandchildren' eight great grandchildren and four sisters, Mrs. Nannie Weimer, Kingfisher, Okla.; Mrs. Mollie Hawkins, Akron, O., and Mrs. [Anna}Louise Layman, and Mrs. Rella DeVore, Frostburg.  Jun 29 1942 Cumberland Evening Times

NELSON, Mrs. Susan

Mrs. Susan Nelson, formerly of Capon Bridge, died February 9th, while visiting at the home of her nephew, W. Brotherton of Clarke Co, Va. She was about 75 years old, and had been in delicate health for a long time. She had been a member of the United Brethren Church for many years. Rev. Dr. Julian Broaddus, pastor of the Berryville Baptist Church, conducted funeral services at the Brotherton home, and her remains were interred in the family graveyard near Albert Lovett's place at Capon Bridge. Mrs Nelson was the widow of Edward Nelson of Hampshire Co, and leaves a number of nieces and nephews.
Hampshire Review
Keyser Tribune, March 1, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted July 28, 2010

NELSON, Mrs. Terri Darlene Layman

Cumberland, MD - Terri “TT” Darlene (Layman) Nelson, 54, of Cumberland, MD, passed away Monday, December 14, 2015, at the Western Maryland Regional Medical Center. Born June 7, 1961, in Cumberland, MD, Mrs. Nelson was the daughter of the late Gary J. Layman and Jeanette (Jenkins) Layman. She was also preceded in death by her husband: Mike Nelson; a brother: Richard J. Layman; and a sister: Kimberly R. Layman. A graduate of Fort Hill High School, Class of 1979, Terri was formerly employed at Hagenbuch's Restaurant and Schwab's. Terri is survived by her children: Sarah (Layman) Pensyl and husband, Dale, Jr., Hyndman, PA; Tyler Nelson, Hyndman, PA; Danielle (Nelson) Harper and husband, Mike, Ridgeley, WV; and Mercedes Nelson, Hyndman, PA. She also leaves behind her sisters: Janice Stein and husband, Dave, Fayetteville, NC; and Tracy L. Summers and husband, Scott, Oldtown, MD; and her in-laws: Patty and Frank DuVall of Ohio. Terri is also survived by her grandchildren: David, Gage, Drake, Cheyenne, Danica, Daulton, Liam, and Kaylynn; as well as many nieces, nephews, and special friends, The Hagenbuch Family. Friends will be received at the Adams Family Funeral Home, P.A., 404 Decatur Street, Cumberland, MD, on Friday, December 18, 2015, from 4:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. A funeral service will be conducted at the funeral home on Friday, December 18, 2015, at 7:00 P.M., with Reverend Scott Summers officiating. The family requests that donations be made to the funeral home to help with expenses.
Adams Family Funeral Home Obituary, posted December 15, 2015
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted April 29. 2017

NELSON, William A.

After an illness of four weeks with pneumonia, W. A. Nelson, one of the best known farmers of Wharton townshiip, died at his home at Chalk Hill Monday morning at 4 o'clock. Mr. Nelson was born 59 years ago in German township, but for the last 30 years he had resided near Chalk Hill where he was one of the leading residents and a member of the Lutheran chapel. In addition to Mrs. Nelson, there survive the following children: Mrs. Flora Belle Burd, Charles R. Nelson, Mrs. Jessie Olive Provins and William T. Nelson, all residents of the county. There survive also the following brother and sisters: Samuel Nelson, of Jackson, Mich.; Mrs Charles Jones, of Connellsville; Mrs. Etta Wilday, of Chalk Hill; Mrs. Laua Grimes, of Salem, O., and Mrs. Ellen Keener, of McClellandtown. Funeral services will be held in the Lutheran chapel at Chalk Hill, Thursday afternoon, the funeral party meeting at the Nelson home at 1 o'clock and going from there to the church. Interment will be in the church yard. The pallbearers will be Sam Thomas, Lloyd Smith, A. M. West, George Jackson, Joseph Jackson and Henry Menhart . Rev. Rene H. William, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church of Uniontown, will officiate.
d.o.d. 4 February 1918; no source noted (Fayette Co. PA)
FindAGrave Memorial #42609079
(Courtesy of Gene Brierly/transcribed by Genie
Posted April 29. 2017

NELSON, William F.
 
William F. Nelson, a well known citizen of Eckhart, died yesterday of paralysis.  He was 51 years old and is survived by the following children: John, Andrew, Patrick, Roy, Bridget, Isabell; Christina, Mrs. Harry Brode, of Eckhart.  Three sisters also survive him: Mrs. Thomas Morris, Eckhart, and Mrs. Dennis O'Hara, and Mrs. Andrew ?erber (cannot read), both of Cumberland.  The funeral will take place at 9 o'clock Monday morning from St, Michael's church, Frostburg, and burial will be made in St. Michael's cemetery.
19 March 1915 (no publication noted)
(Courtesy of Marilyn Robertson/transcribed by Genie)
Posted March 3, 2012

NELSON, William James

OLDTOWN - William "Bill" James Nelson, 60, of Oldtown, passed away Thursday, Dec. 18, 2008 at Devlin Manor Health Care Center. Born Oct. 17, 1948 in Cumberland, he was the son of the late William Class Nelson and Rosella Marie (Petenbrink) Nelson-Piper. Mr. Nelson was also preceded by a special stepfather, Charles "Bob" Piper; and a special friend, Junior Enser. A graduate of Allegany High School, class of 1967, Bill was a United States Marine Corps veteran of Vietnam. He was the recipient of three Purple Hearts. Bill retired as owner/operator of the South End Bakery. He was a member of the Zion Reformed United Church of Christ on Mechanic Street, Cumberland, and a life-member of the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 172. Bill is survived by his wife of 40 years, Alma (Smith) Nelson; his daughters, Carol Burke and husband Robert, Norfolk, Va., Carla Forshee, Dupo, Ill., Kimberly Hazel and husband Tommy, Cumberland and Billie Piper and husband Eric, Cumberland; his sisters, Barbara Shyrock and husband Harry, Oldtown, Carol Booth and husband John, Frostburg, and Evelyn Loar and husband John, Cumberland; his brothers, Robert Piper and wife Stephanie, Oldtown and Kevin Piper, Cumberland; his grandchildren, Daniel Webber, Tony Burke, Amanda Forshee, Kaylyn Nelson, Jennifer Forshee, William Burke, Christina Burke, Tommy Hazel, Austin Nelson, Tiara Piper and Zachary Burke; his great-grandchildren, Michael Burke and Nicholas Burke; as well as his special friends, Pat Enser, Tammy Brown, Kenny Myers, Jeff Webber, Angie Webber, Alan Jackson and Marion Jackson. Friends will be received at the Adams Family Funeral Home, P.A., 404 Decatur St., Cumberland, on Sunday, Dec. 21, 2008 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A funeral service will be conducted at the funeral home on Monday, Dec. 22, 2008 at 10 a.m. with Chaplain Rodger Long officiating. Military honors will be accorded at the cemetery by the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 172 Honor Guard. Interment will be at the Maryland State Veterans Cemetery at Rocky Gap.
December 19, 2008, Cumberland Times-News
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted January 10, 2010

NESSELRODT, Gary Kermit

CUMBERLAND - Gary Kermit Nesselrodt, 63, of Cumberland, passed away Saturday, April 25, 2009, at the WMHS-Memorial Campus. Born Feb. 21, 1946, in Cumberland, he was the son of the late Lonnie Kermit Nesselrodt and Leona Kathryn (Berg) Nesselrodt. Mr. Nesselrodt was also preceded in death by a son, Thomas Michael Hammersmith. A graduate of Fort Hill High School, Class of 1964, Gary worked for his father as a painting contractor while attending Allegany College of Maryland. He was also employed by the Kelly-Springfield Tire and Rubber Company in the Tube Room, Department 41, from 1965 to 1987. In the years that followed, Gary worked at the Cumberland Post Office for approximately two years and the service department at Sears. Gary was currently employed by the New Page Corporation Luke Mill. He was a member of the Good Fellowship Club, the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 245, Cumberland; the Haystack Mountain Sportsmen's Club; and the Crossroad's Sportsmen's Club. Gary enjoyed spending time with his wife, family, and the loves of his life, his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He also enjoyed watching the races with his son and riding his Harley. Gary is survived by his wife of 17 years, Anna M. (Bryant) Nesselrodt; his sons, J. Todd Nesselrodt and his wife Bobbi, of Cumberland, and Aaron T. Hammersmith and his wife Nicole, of Ridgeley, W.Va.; his daughters, Rene L. Rice and her husband Earl, of Fort Ashby, W.Va., and Kimberly A. Scarlett and her husband Timothy, of Cumberland; and his daughter-in-law, Denise Hammersmith and her fiancé, Charlie Iliff, of Cumberland. Gary is also survived by his sisters, Linda F. Markley and her husband Jon, of Ridgeley, W.Va., and Deborah E. Kohler, of Cumberland; his grandchildren, Meghan Hammersmith, of Cumberland, Molly Hammersmith, of Ridgeley, W.Va., Brandon Scarlett and his wife Toni, and Shannon Scarlett, all of Cumberland; his great-grandchildren, Erin, Addison, and Brenna Scarlett; as well as his in-laws, Tom and Loucella Bryant, of Cumberland, and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and close friends. Friends will be received at the Adams Family Funeral Home, P.A., 404 Decatur St., Cumberland, AdamsFamilyFuneralHome.com <http://www.adamsfamilyfuneralhome.com> on Tuesday, April 28, 2009, from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. A funeral service will be conducted in the funeral home on Wednesday, April 29, 2009, at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Charles Riggleman officiating. Interment will be in Sunset Memorial Park.
April 26, 2009, Cumberland Times-News
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted January 10, 2010

 

Name: Leona K. Nesselrodt, 80, of Cumberland, MD 
Parent: Delphia Mae Berg
DOB: April 9, 1924, in Jordan Run, WV 
DOD: Tuesday, February 1, 2005, at Sacred Heart Hospital, Cumberland, MD 
Spouse: Lonnie Kermit "Lucky" Nesselrodt 
Predeceased by: parents; husband; sister, Mildred Denny; one brother, Donald “Bus” Berg 
Survived by: children, Linda F. Markley and husband Jon; Deborah E. Kohler; Gary K. Nesselrodt; sister, Hilda Cosner 
Burial: February 7, 2005, Sunset Memorial Park 
Source: Upchurch Funeral Home, Cumberland, MD
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted March 14, 2014

NESTER/NESTOR, Mrs. Ada M. Plum

RIDGELEY, W.Va. - A Ridgeley mother and daughter died within about four hours of each other this weekend. Mrs. Helen L. Bradshaw, 62, died Friday night at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Her mother, Mrs. Ada M. (Plum) Nestor, 92, of 116 Barncord Street, Ridgeley, died early Saturday morning at her residence. Mrs. Nestor was born Dec. 6, 1893, in Parsons. She was the daughter of the late Samuel Plum and Sara Plum. Besides her parents and daughter, she was also preceded in death by her husband, Hugh E. Nestor. She was a retired kitchen employee of the Celanese Corporation and a member of the Ridgeley Senior Citizens. Mrs. Nestor is survived by one son, Forest E. Nestor, Dansville; three brothers, William Plum, Fort Myers, Fla.; Claude Plum, Weston; Junior Plum, Elkins; two sisters, Mrs. Mabel Ayers, Kennywick, Wash.; Pat “Pet” Brinn, Mateo, N.C.; 19 grandchildren, 48 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. Friends will be received at the George-Upchurch Funeral Home Sunday and Monday.
Published in The Cumberland (Md.) Sunday Times, February 16, 1986
[Name on headstone is spelled Nester]
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 6, 2017

NESTER/NESTOR, Arthur L.

Arthur L. Nestor Sr., 26, of 13 Roberts Street, died yesterday in Prince Georges Hospital, Cheverly, after an illness of 12 days. About two weeks ago Mr. Nestor reportedly became paralyzed in the arms and legs. An autopsy was performed. A Navy veteran of World War II, he also served with the Marine Corps in Korea. He was born May 22, 1927, in Cumberland, a son of Mrs. Amanda S. (Troutman) Nestor and the late Charles Nestor. Recently Mr. Nestor was furloughed from the Amcelle plant of the Celanese Corporation of America. Surviving, in addition to his mother and widow, the former Thelma Williams, are a son, Arthur L. Jr., about four months old, and two brothers, Charles T. Nestor, Morgantown, and Donald T. Nestor, city. The body will be brought to the Scarpelli Funeral Home.
Published in The Cumberland (Md.) Evening Times, Monday, April 12, 1954
[Name on headstone is Nester]
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 6, 2017


NESTER, Charles

Charles Nester, 50, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad fireman and World War veteran, died yesterday at his home, 13 Roberts street, following an illness of ten months. Born at Rowlesburg, W.Va., Mr. Nester had been employed by the B and O Railroad since 1910. He enlisted in the U.S. Army on Dec. 4, 1917, and served overseas with Companies A and C Thirty-fifth Engineers from March 12, 1918 until July 8, 1919. Besides his widow, Mrs. Amanda Lease Nester, he is survived by three sons, Charles Jr., Donald and Arthur Nester, of Cumberland; two brothers, William and Samuel Nester, of Terra Alta, W.Va.; and one sister, Mrs. Rebecca Fitchet, of Terra Alta.
Published in The Cumberland (Md.) News, Saturday, July 13, 1940
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 6, 2017

NESTER, Hugh E.

Hugh E. Nester, 74, of 16 Barncord Street, Ridgeley, died yesterday at Sacred Heart Hospital, where he had been admitted last Wednesday. Born in Parsons, he was a son of the late Albert and Joretta (Loughrie) Nester. Mr. Nester was a retired Western Maryland Railway employe and was a member of Ridgeley EUB Church. He is survived by his wife, Ada M. (Plum) Nester; three daughters, Mrs. Hazel Davis, Palm Beach, Fla.; Mrs. Elizabeth Boswell, Laurel, and Mrs. Helen Bradshaw, Millerdale, Ridgeley; three sons, Harold B. Nester, RD 1, Ridgeley; Joseph R. Nester, Ridgeley, and Forrest E. Nester, Danville; two brothers, Emory E. Nester, Keyser, and Fred Nester, Grafton; a sister, Mrs. Doris Wheeler, RD 1, Ridgeley; 19 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. The body is at the George Funeral Home.
The Cumberland News, Monday, October 3, 1966
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted September 11, 2015

NESTOR, Mrs. Emma J. Hochard

Mrs. Emma J. Nestor, 59, of RD 1, Miltenberger Road, Ridgeley, died Friday in Memorial Hospital. Born June 9, 1921 in Cumberland, she was a daughter of the late Albert Hochard and Jessie (Nixon) Hochard. She was employed as a secretary at the Ali Ghan Shrine Club for the past 18 years. Mrs. Nestor was a member of Holy Cross United Methodist Church, Carpenter’s Addition, Ridgeley, and secretary of the Sunday School. Surviving are her husband, Harold B. Nestor; one daughter, Mrs. Shirley A. Lambert, Wheeling, W.Va.; one son, William Nestor, Ridgeley; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Conis, Cumberland, and Mrs. Jacqueline Smith, Washington, D.C.; one brother, Arthur C. Hochard, Cumberland, and six grandchildren. The body will be taken to the Holy Cross United Methodist Church today at noon for services at 1 p.m. The Rev. Gary W. Trail will officiate and interment will be in Fort Ashby (W.Va.) Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Miller Bowen, Robert Petersen, J. Robert Smith, David Miller, G. Clifton Boar and Howard "Red" Taylor. Past potentates of Ali Ghan Shrine will be honorary pallbearers.
Published in The Cumberland (Md.) News, Monday, May 11, 1981
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 6, 2017



NESTOR, Harold B.

Harold B. Nestor, 68, of Miltenberger Road, Ridgeley, W.Va., died Saturday at Sacred Heart Hospital. Born Aug. 16, 1915*, in Cumberland, he was a son of Ada (Plum) Nestor and the late Hugh E. Nestor. He was preceded in death in 1981 by his wife, Emma Jane (Hochard) Nestor. Mr. Nestor was a retired carman with the Chessie System. Surviving in addition to his mother are one son, William E. Nestor of Fort Ashby, W.Va.; one daughter, Shirley Lambert of Wheeling, W. Va.; one brother, Forest E. Nestor of Danville, Md.; one sister, Helen Bradshaw, of Ridgeley; six grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. George-Upchurch Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Published in The Cumberland (Md.) Sunday Times, January 15, 1984
[*year of birth on headstone is 1916]
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 6, 2017 



NESTOR, Harold Edward

Harold Edward Nestor, 14, of RD 1, Ridgeley, died yesterday afternoon at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, where he had been a patient since October 24. Officials at Johns Hopkins Hospital said this morning that the cause of death was viral encephalitis, which is an inflammation of the brain caused by a virus. The cause of virus has not yet been determined, the spokesman said. He was a son of Harold and Emma (Hochard) Nestor and was a freshman at Ridgeley High School. He was a member of Ridgeley Evangelical and United Brethren Church. Also surviving besides his parents are a brother, William E. Nestor, at home, and a sister, Mrs. Ellsworth Lambert, Cumberland. The body was returned to the George Funeral Home today. Service will be conducted Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Calvary Methodist Church, Ridgeley. The Rev. Charles S. Widmyer, pastor of the Ridgeley Evangelical United Brethren Church, will officiate, with burial in the Fort Ashby Cemetery. 
Published in The Cumberland (Md.) Evening Times, Tuesday, October 29, 1957
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 6, 2017

NESTOR, John R.
PHILLIPS, Mrs. Peter
STALNAKER, Mrs. Annie

Elkins W.Va.
Three septuagenarian, residing within a short distance of each other in Barbour County, died Saturday, following brief illnesses- Mrs Annie Stalnaker, widow of Marshall Stalnaker, aged 73, Mrs Peter Phillips, aged 71, and John R Nestor, aged 70.
Keyser Tribune, April 5, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)

Posted August 5, 2010

NESTOR, Marshall Lee

ROMNEY — Marshall Lee Nestor, 56, Springfield, died Friday in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Born in Erwin, he was a son of the late Emory C. Nestor and Virginia R. (Shaffer) Nestor. Mr. Nestor had been employed in the maintenance department of the Luke Mill of Westvaco, Inc. He was a veteran of World War II. Surviving are his stepmother, Mrs. Pearl Nestor, Keyser; his widow, Mrs. Elva (Poling) Nestor; three daughters, Mrs. Rita Wright, Ansonia, Conn.; Miss Linda Nestor and Miss Cathy Nestor, at home; four sons, Roger R. Nestor and Marshall B. Nestor, both of Uniontown, Pa.; Warren C. Nestor, address unknown; Gregory Nestor, at home; one sister, Mrs. Lottie Flanagan, Short Gap; one half-sister, Mrs. Dorothy Gray, Keyser; two half-brothers, Melvin Nestor and Martin Nestor, both of Keyser, and nine grandchildren. The body is at the Schaeffer Funeral Home, Romney. Services will be conducted in the funeral home tomorrow at 1 p.m. with Frank Marino officiating. Interment will be in Fort Ashby Cemetery.
Published in The Cumberland (Md.) Sunday Times, December 26, 1971
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 6, 2017



NESTOR, Warren G. (abridged)

Warren G. Nestor, 70, of Hampshire County, W.Va., died Wednesday, March 7, 2012, in his home. Mr. Nestor was born in 1941, in Cumberland, the son of the late Marshal L. Nestor and Elva Nestor Lee. He was employed as a maintenance worker with Winchester Medical Center retiring after 15 years of service. Mr. Nestor was a member of the Jehovah’s Witness faith. He was a graduate of Fort Ashby High School in Fort Ashby, W.Va., and attended Shepherd College and Potomac State College. Mr. Nestor was a veteran, having served in the United States Navy, achieving the rank of BT3. Surviving are three daughters, Cheri Linden and husband Rick, of North Eastern, Mass., Sharon Yandell and husband Peter, of Wakefield, Mass., and Susan Doherty, of Bridgewater, Mass; nine grandchildren; sisters, Rita Carroll and husband Gary, and Linda Beery, both of Fort Ashby, W.Va., and Catherine Parsons and husband Bill, of Parsons, W.Va.; three brothers, Roger Nestor and wife Elizabeth, of Farmington, Pa., Marshal Nestor and wife Ellen, of Clearville, Pa., and Gregory Nestor and wife Catherine of Keyser, W.Va.; his very special friend, Sylvia Catron, and his three cats, Minnie, Silky and Bluesie. A funeral service will be conducted Sunday at 3 p.m. in the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness, Romney, W.Va. Interment will be private. Friends are welcome to join the family in the Fort Ashby Community Building, Dans Run Road, from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday following the memorial. Memorial contributions maybe made to the American Cancer Society. Local arrangements are being handled by Omps Funeral Home, Amherst Chapel, Winchester, Va.
Published in The Cumberland (Md.) Times-News, Friday, March 9, 2012
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 6, 2017


NETHKEN, Son of Mr. & Mrs. L.J.

The six months old son of Mr and Mrs L J Nethken, died May 15, 1912 at their home on A Street, of pneumonia. It was taken to Deer Park today for burial.
Keyser Tribune, May 17, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 14, 2010


NETHKEN, Mrs. Mary Ervin
 
Oakland, Jan. 10 - Services will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. from the Bolden Funeral Home here for Mrs. Mary Martha (Irvin)[sic] Nethken, 91, one of the oldest residents of this section, who died Tuesday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Virgil Shaffer, near Oakland. The Rev. Carroll Skipper, of near Swallow Falls, will officiate, and interment will be in Oakland cemetery. Her grandsons will serve as pallbearers. Mrs. Nethken was born in Oakland, August 1, 1854, a daughter of the late Nelson and Harriett (Enlow) Ervin. She was a member of the Methodist church here. Her husband, Thomas Nethken died May 8, 1937. They were married in 1875 and had observed their fifty-seventh anniversary. Mr. Nethken served as an infantry private in the Civil War. The couple had seven grandsons serving in the Second World War, also four great-grandsons  and a great-granddaughter, the latter as a nurse, overseas. Surviving are two sons and three daughters, Gilmore Nethken, Newburg, W. Va.; Nelson Nethken, Oakland; Mrs. Hattie Miller, St. George, W. Va.; Mrs. Fannie Crosten, Newburg; Mrs. Nellie Shaffer, Oakland; 43 grandchildren, 86 great-granchildren, and six great-great-grandchildren.
Cumberland Evening Times; Thursday, 10 January 1946
~Genie
Posted October 6, 2012

NEUBISER, Mrs. Dorothy M. Shaffer

Mrs. Dorothy M. Neubiser, 70, of 438 Walnut Street, died yesterday at Memorial Hospital where she had been admitted 10 days ago. A native of Wellersburg, she was a daughter of the late Nevin and Margaret (Dunn) Shaffer. She was a member of the Wellersburg Reformed Church. Her husband, Louis D. Neubiser, preceded her in death. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Pratt, with whom she resided; two sons, Louis Neubiser, Wellersburg, and William E. Neubiser, Fort Myer, Fla.; two brothers, Glenn D. Shaffer, Reading, Pa., and Paul H. Shaffer, Wellersburg; three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. The body is at the Kight Funeral Home where friends will be received today from 7 to 9 p.m. and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
The Cumberland News, March 12, 1969
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted August 19, 2010
 

NEUBISER, Wilhelmina Edna Witt

Wellersburg, Pa. – Wilhelmina Edna Neubiser, 86, of Wellersburg, passed away, Sunday, Sept. 16, 2007, at WMHS-Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Born June 25, 1921 in Wellersburg, she was a daughter of the late Earl W. and Ella G. (Troutman) Witt.  She was also preceded in death by her husband, Lewis N. Neubiser; sons, Kenneth W. Neubiser and Robert E. Neubiser, a brother Donald Witt; sisters, Betty Ringler, Hazel Munday and Marie Nehring. Mrs. Neubiser was a member of Zion Lutheran and Reformed Church of Wellersburg. She worked as a personal care provider and was also the Tax Collector for Wellersburg for many years. She is survived by a son, Ronald F. Neubiser and wife Alice of Wellersburg; a daughter –in-law, Anna Lee Neubiser of Wellersburg, six grandchildren, Joseph Robert, Melissa Baker, Tod Michael, Rick Neubiser, Michele Booth and Lori Ann Neubiser; four great grandchildren, Andrew Gary Witt, Jordan J. Michael Baker, Joshua Adam Booth and Kaitlyn Michele Booth; two sister-in-law, Margie Pratt of Cumberland and Audrey Witt of Hyndman; and many nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the Harvey H. Zeigler Funeral Home, 169 Clarence St., Hyndman on Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and on Thursday from 10 to 11 a.m. at Zion Lutheran and Reformed Church of Wellersburg. Services will be conducted at the church on Thursday at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Harold W. Malone officiating. Interment will be in Zion Lutheran and Reformed Church Cemetery.
Cumberland Times-News, Cumberland, MD, 18 September 2007
(Courtesy of Merikay Mestad)
Posted July 28, 2010
 

NEVILLE, Mortimore Delworth

On last Sun morning there was laid to rest the body of Mortimore Delworth Neville at the home place near Mt Storm, Grant Co. He was born Feb 12th, 1821, died Aug 30th, 1912, aged 91 years, 6 mo and 18 days. Thus closed life of one of the oldest citizens, a man well known throughout Grant and Mineral County. He had been a surveyor by profession, and lived for years at Mt Storm, then for some years in the Stone house on the North Western Turnpike, as the agent of the late Judge Armstrong, and his last years were spent in peace and rest with his son, Robert L. Neville, near Deer Park. A very large congregation gathered last Sunday morning at the M E church, Mt Storm to pay their tribute of respect to his remains. Rev. F. C. Rollman, of Elk Garden conducted the funeral services and preached an excellent sermon, he was assisted by the Rev. Johnson of Gormania and Rev. N. Alkire of Mt Storm. Mr. Neville had united with the M E Church, South some 35 years ago, and was a member of that church when he died. His wife had preceded him in death several years. Three children survive, Robert L. Neville, living near Deer, Park, Md; Mrs. Emma Shillingburg, wife of Wm. Shillingburg, near Hartmonsville, and Nannie Neville, of Keyser, Mineral County. Thus passes away one of our oldest citizens, and may peace be unto his ashes.
Keyser Tribune, September 13, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 3, 2010

NEVILLE, Col. Mortimore Delworth

We notice in the obituary of our good and venerable friend, the late Col. M. D. Neville, published last week, that the writer says "He had been a surveyor by profession." Now the following bit of his family history, as related to us a few years ago by the Colonel himself, may be interesting to many of the readers of the Tribune. Col. Neville's grandfather, General Neville, of Old Fields - then Hampshire County, Va., was a surveyor and C. E. He worked with Geo. Washington whilst he was surveying for Lord Fairfax in and about the Old Fields. Gen. Neville also bought his farm on the South Branch of Lord Fairfax. Gen. Neville was also appointed on behalf of the state of Va. to act in behalf of his state, with a surveyor appointed by Pa., to run the dividing line between those two states, which they did, by beginning at the corner of Md - the western end of the Mason and Dixon Line - and extending said line until Pa had her five degrees westward from the Delaware river, thence north until they struck the Ohio River below Pittsburg. They made a report of their survey, which was ratified by the Legislatures of both states. Major Neville, the Colonel's father, who owned an immense body of land in the Alleghany mountains, but at that day not very valuable, was also a surveyor. He ran the dividing line between Hampshire and Hardy counties. The colonel had his field notes in his possession and gave me the calls of said line, but I have now forgotten them, but the beginning is at the mouth of Stony River, and runs straight to the top of High Knob, a distance of twenty miles and some poles. The Colonel's son, Robt L Neville, is a surveyor also.
Keyser Tribune, September 13, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 3, 2010

 

NEWBERRY, Mrs. Alice Lemmert

Mrs. Alice Newberry, 47, wife of William D. Newberry, Sr., 5 Mt. Vernon Place, died this morning in Memorial Hospital, where she had been a patient since a fall from the porch of her home a month ago. Her husband is engineer at the hospital. She is a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Lemmert and a native of Mount Savage. Surviving besides her husband are a son, William D. Newberry, Jr., assistant engineer at Memorial hospital; three daughters, Mrs. James Chenoweth, Baltimore, and Elizabeth and Jean, at home; a sister, Mrs. Mary Ann Neder; and four brothers, Arthur, Charles, Jacob and John Lemmert, all of Mount Savage. The body will remain at Lemnereurs Funeral parlors, 202 Greene Street.
The Cumberland Evening Times, December 6, 1940
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 13, 2009
 

NEWCOMER, Lloyd E.

Lloyd E. Newcomer, 64, died recently at his home, 7405 Belmont Avenue, Baltimore. Born in Connellsville, he was the son of the late William C. and Lorittella (Keefer). He was a former resident of Goethe Street and was formerly employed by the Amcelle Fibers Company and Allegany Ballistics Laboratory. Surviving are his widow, LuVern (Haller) Newcomer, and seven brothers, William K. Newcomer and Robert Newcomer, both of Connellsville; Charles Newcomer, Allison; Jesse Newcomer, Rockwood: Edward Newcower, Parkersburg, W.Va.; Benjamin Newcomer, Bedford, and Rollan J. Newcomer, Cleveland. Interment was in Oak Lawn Cemetery, Baltimore.
The Cumberland Evening Times, March 24, 1970
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted January 10, 2010

 

NEWCOMER,  Ray William

KEYSER — Ray William Newcomer, 84,. of Patterson Creek, died Tuesday- at Hopemont State Hospital.  A native of Berkeley County, he was a son of the late William and Emma Newcomer. He was a member of St. Paul's United Methodist Church.  A number of nieces and nephews survive.  The body is at the Rotruck Funeral Home, where friends will be received today from 7 until 9 p.m. and where a service will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m.  Rev. Paul Suder will officiate and interment will be in Queens Point Cemetery.
Cumberland Evening Times, Page 19; June 3, 1976         
(Courtesy of Pat Robison)
Posted September 1, 2012

NEWHOUSE, Tommy

Uncle Tommy Newhouse died at the home of Jacob and James Vanmeter, of Old Fields, Thursday night of last week. Interment in the Kelly burying ground, Saturday at 11 a.m. He leaves one son, Charles, and three sisters, besides a host of relatives and friends to mourn his loss. Another Confederate soldier has answered the roll call. Uncle Tommy will be missed. He was one of the best blacksmiths in Hampshire and Hardy county.
Mineral Daily News, July 4, 1913
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted October 8, 2010

NEWLON, Miss Barbara Ann
 
KEYSER - Barbara Ann Newlon, 64, of Keyser, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012, at Allegany Health Nursing and Rehab, Cumberland, Md. Born March 13, 1948, in Keyser, she was the daughter of the late Floyd Carson and Anna Louise (Cummings) Newlon. She was the last survivor of her immediate family. Barbara was a 1966 graduate of Bruce High School, Westernport, Md. She was also a 1970 graduate of Frostburg State University. She received a Bachelors Degree in Nursing in 1973 from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, and Masters Degree in Nursing in 1992. She was a registered nurse, having worked for the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services. She was Catholic by faith. As per her wishes, she was cremated. A graveside memorial service will be conducted at the Philos Cemetery, Westernport, MD, on Thursday, November 15th at 1:00 PM. Boal Funeral Home, Westernport, MD, is in charge of arrangements.
The Mineral Daily News-Tribune, Keyser, WV, November 10, 2012
(Courtesy of Charles Riend)
Posted November 14, 2015

NEWLON, John

FUNERAL OF JOHN NEWLIN[sic]
Westernport, Md., Jan. 22.
The funeral of John Newlin[sic], who lost his life in the mines of the Piedmont Brick and Coal Co., on Saturday, was buried from this place on Monday afternoon. Interment was made in Philos cemetery. The funeral services were conducted at the home of Mr. Newin's mother by Rev. Hout, of the M. E. church South.
Published Wednesday, January 22, 1908 in THE EVENING TIMES, Cumberland, Maryland on page 3, col. 1.
(Courtesy of Charles Riend)
Posted December 12, 2015

NEWLON, John W.

FUNERAL OF JOHN NEWLON ~ THE LATE J. W. NEWLON ~ His Sudden Death a Shock to  the Community. A letter to the Times from Piedmont says:
The community was shocked Saturday evening Jam. 8th, by the announcement that John W. Newlon was dead. Mr. Newlon was employed at the Piedmont Coal and Brick Co.'s mine. He  went to work Saturday morning as usual. Late in the afternoon without a moment's warning the roof fell, crushing him and breaking his neck. The body was taken to the Fredlock undertaking establishment and prepared for burial. The funeral took place from his home on Westernport Hill Monday afternoon, Jan. 20, at 2:30 o'clock and was conducted by Rev. H. L. Hout, pastor of St. John's M. E. church South. Interment in the philos cemetery.

Published Wednesday, January 29, 1908 in THE EVENING TIMES, Cumberland, Maryland on page 7, col. 4.
(Courtesy of Charles Riend)
Posted December 12, 2015

NEWLON, Mrs. Mary Frances Groves

Mrs. Mary Fanny Newlon, 89, widow of Albert S. Newlon, died last night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William A. Adams, 126 South street. A native of Culpeper, Va., she was a charter member of the First Baptist Church, Westernport. The body was removed to the home of her son, Odis Newlon, Luke. Other survivors are two sons, Lewis Newlon, Fort Ashby, W. Va.; Herbert Newlon, Cumberland; nine grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Published Wednesday, January 24, 1940 in THE EVENING TIMES, Cumberland, Maryland on page 13, col. 5.
(Courtesy of Charles Riend)
Posted December 12, 2015

NEWLON, Mrs. Mary Frances Groves

Services for Mrs. Newlon
Luke, Jan. 27 - Funeral services for Mrs. Fanny Newlon, 89, widow of Albert S. Newlon, and mother of Odis Newlon, this place, who died Tuesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William A. Adams, 128 South street, Cumberland, were held yesterday afternoon from First Baptist church at Westernport, conducted by Rev. Cecil Carter, pastor, assisted by Rev. Fred R. Barnes, pastor of First Methodist church. Interment was in Philos cemetery. Paulbearers were James Spicer, George Spicer, Sextus Hitt, Newton Dawson, Strother Burton and LaPorta Oates. Flowerbearers were Floyd and Milton Newlon, Marshall Adams, Homer Thompson and Richard Dawson. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Newlon, and daughter, Elizabeth; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Adams, Marshall Adams, Ruth Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Spicer, Cumberland, Lewis Newlon and son, Melvin Newlon, Fort Ashby.

Published Sunday, January 28, 1940 in THE EVENING TIMES, Cumberland, Maryland on page 7, col. 7.
(Courtesy of Charles Riend)
Posted December 12, 2015

NEWLON, Mrs. Rose May Sluss

On Saturday, April 16, 1966, at her residence, 5640 N. 19th st., Arlington, Va., ROSE M. NEWLON, beloved wife of Herbert S. Newlon; mother of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Small of the home address; sister of George L. Sluss, Cumberland, Md. Also surviving are several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Arlington Funeral Home,  3901 N. Fairfax Dr., Arlington, Va., where services will be held on Monday, April 18, at 1:30 p.m. Interment National Memorial Park.
Published Monday, April 18, 1966 in THE WASHINGTON POST, Washington, D. C. on page B4, col. 6
(Courtesy of Charles Riend)
Posted December 4, 2015

NEWMAN, Frank Jerome

SALISBURY - Frank Jerome Newman, 73, died Tuesday following an extended illness. Born in Elk Lick Township, he was a son of the late Jerome and Mary (Maust) Newman. Survivors include two sons, Harry and Lewis P. Newman, both of Luke, Md. Services were conducted this afternoon at the Thomas Funeral Home and interment was in the IOOF Cemetery.
The Cumberland Evening Times, August 5, 1955
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 7, 2011

NEWMAN, Harry J.

LUKE — Harry J. Newman, 68, of Pratt Street Extended, died last night in Alexandria, Va., Hospital. He was born in Elk Lick Township, Pa., a son of the late Frank and Sarah (Mae) Newman. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mrs. Hazel (Lewis) Newman who died in 1968. He operated Newman's Grocery in Luke and was a member of Black Hawk Tribe 131, Improved Order of Redmen; Philos Lodge 51 Odd Fellows and Luke Volunteer Fire Department. Mr. Newman is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Dretta Poling, Alexandria; three brothers, Louis Newman, Keyser; John and Carl Newman, Salisbury, Pa.; two sisters, Miss Ruby Newman, Salisbury; Miss Mary Belle Newman, Chaconas, Washington, D.C., and three grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Boa! Funeral Home tomorrow from 2 to 4 p.m and 7 to 9 p.m Services will be conducted Saturday at 1 p.m. in the funeral home by the Rev. Sumner Sawyers, pastor of Trinity United Methodist Church. Interment will be in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Salisbury.
The Cumberland Evening Times, December 18, 1975
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 7, 2011


NEWMAN, Otto O.

SALISBURY, Pa. - Otto 0. Newman, 61, chief of police here for over 40 years, died Saturday in Meyersdale Community Hospital. Mr. Newman was a member of Salisbury Industrial Association, Volunteer Fire Department, Knights of Pythias Lodge, and Salisbury United Church of Christ. A native of Salisbury, he was a son of Solomon O. and Martha Ellen (Otto) Newman. Surviving are his wife, Blanche S. Pritts Newman; two sons, Oney 0. Newman, Meyersdale, and Donald F. Newman, here; four daughters, Mrs. Joyce Brick, Baltimore; Dr. Lois Kushner, York; Mrs. Shirley Glotfelty, Camp Hill; Sandra Newman, at home, and seven grandchildren. The body is at the Thomas Funeral Home where a service will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. Rev. Paul L. Westcoat Jr., will officiate and interment will be in Salisbury IOOF Cemetery.
The Cumberland Evening Times, December 2, 1963
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted January 10, 2010

 

NEWMAN, Mrs. Sally May

SALISBURY, Pa. - Mrs. Sally M. Newman, 82, died yesterday in Sacred Heart Hospital, Cumberland. Born April 13, 1888 in Buffalo Mills, she was the daughter of the late Silas and Elizabeth (Shirey) May. She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank Newman. She was a member of the Salisbury Church of the Brethren and the Salisbury Firemen's Auxiliary. Surviving are four sons, Harry Newman, Luke, Md.; Carl Newman and John Newman, both of Salisbury, and Lewis Newman, Keyser; two daughters, Miss Ruby Newman, Salisbury, and Mrs. Mary Belle Chaconan, Washington, D.C.; a sister, Mrs. Stella Deniker, Grove City; eight grandchildren, and 12 great grandchildren. The body is at the Thomas Funeral Home where friends will be received. A service will be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Church of the Brethren with Rev. Daniel J. Whitacre officiating. Interment will be in Salisbury I.0.0.F. Cemetery.
The Cumberland News, January 8, 1971
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted May 7, 2011 


NEWMAN, William B.

Saturday morning, April 19, 1913, William B. Newman, one of the most popular B&O freight conductors on the Third Division, was instantly killed at Newburg at 6:20 o'clock. Conductor Newman, who was one of the oldest men in the service, was going west on a freight train and had stopped for water at Newburg. In passing around the rear of his train he stepped onto the other track directly in front of the way train, which was running at a fair rate of speed. If he saw the approaching engine he did not have time to save himself, nor did the engineer have time to check the train. He was struck and hurled for some distance, receiving injuries which caused almost instant death. His son, Maurice Newman, was on the cars and saw a man fall under the wheels, but did not realize at first it was his father. They talked just a few minutes before. The body of the unfortunate man was brought here on the noon accommodation. It was accompanied by J. N. Laing, a Masonic friend and brother of Newburg. Here, Keyser Masons escorted the remains to Thompson's Undertaking Parlors. Mr. Newman was 61 years old and a native of Corinth section of Preston Co. He is survived by his wife, who was a Miss Copp, also of Preston Co., one son, Maurice Newman, and one daughter, Mrs. Roy Spangler. He was a member of Davis Lodge No. 51, AF&AM, Keyser and No 497, Order Railway Conductors. On Monday morning after services at the home conducted by Rev. A. O. Price, a special train took the body to Terra Alta where the burial took place about noon, with Masonic rites, the O. R. C. also participating. The train took from here about 175 people and to these were added about 25 more enroute. Many Masons, members of the Order of Railroad Conductors, and Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, and the Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, were in the party, with the relatives of the deceased.
Keyser Tribune, April 25, 1913
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted September 4, 2010

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