Owen Wiley Hicks
Owen W. Hicks, a prominent and well respected farmer of Grove township died Saturday a.m. of heart and liver trouble after a long illness, aged 49 years, 2 months and 2 days. Surviving are five children, 3 daughters and 2 sons: Docia, Pearl, Marvin, Marie and Roscoe, mother Mrs. Ellis Hicks, brothers James M, Frank, Jack and Charles and other relatives. Services were held at Kern Chapel, Sunday by Rev. Pierson and internment in a nearby cemetery. "Newton Press - 1914"
Thanks to Archie Strole for the picture of Owen Hicks
and the pictures of Albert Strole,
Lydia Printz Strole and John V. Strole!!
Charles E. Linthicum, a prominent citizen of Grove township, died Staurday after an illness of more than two years, with a complication of ailments that baffled the skill of physicians. Deceased leaves a wife, five children, numerous relatives and many friends to mourn his death. He was born near Gila, Dec. 3, 1852. His wife's maiden name was Emma Eagleton. We have known Mr. Linthicum quite well since 1882 and always found him to be a gentleman of the strictest integrity. He served one or two terms as supervisor and filled other local offices satisfactorily to the public. Funeral services were held Sunday by Rev. H.L. Merrick, of the M.E. church, and interment in a cemetery in the neighborhood. A large number of people throughout the county attended and paid their last respects to him. "The Newton Press", Wednesday, August 19, 1896
Many thanks to Paul Linthicum for this picture!!!
Albert Harrison Strole
Albert's obituary from "The Newton Press" printed on Friday, April 30, 1909:
Albert Strole, age 82 years, a pioneer of Northwest Jasper, died at the family home in Grove township, Tuesday night.
Deceased was a man of strict integrity, prominent in the community and in well-to-do circumstances. He was twice married - to Mary Ann Koontz and Lydia Printz - both of whom preceded him to the grave.
He is survived by several children - daughters Mesdames Elizabeth Garwood, Joseph (Jane) Jones, Geo W. (Julia) McDaniel, Grant (Emma) Wilson, Richard (Rosa) Gosnell, Chas. E. (Lillie) Hicks, Reuben (Dora) Kibler, Lawrence (Louisa) Kibler and B. R. (Ada) Hopper and sons Andrew J., John V., George, Reuben and Edward, all living in Jasper county but Reuben, who resides in North Dakota.
Funeral services yesterday at 11 a.m. at Kern school house and internment in a nearby cemetery.
Lydia Printz Strole
c. 1851-1907 (my gg-gm)
Obituary in "The Newton Press" dated Friday, 11 October 1907:
Mrs. Albert H. Strole Passes Away Wednesday
Mrs. Albert H. (Lydia) Strole died Wednesday at the family home in
Grove township of heart trouble, aged about 58 years.
Deceased, whose maiden name was Printz, was a grand, good woman, loved and respected by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances.
Surviving are the bereaved husband, children Reuben, George, Edward and Ada Strole and Mesdames Richard (Rosa) Gosnell, Chas. E. (Lillie) Hicks, Reuben (Dora) Kibler and Lawrence (Lous) Kibler, step-children John and Jack Strole and Mesdames Geo W. McDaniel, Jane Isley, Elizabeth Garwood and Grant Wilson, brothers Hiram M., John A. and Dr. Edward T. Printz; and many other relatives.
Funeral yesterday at 10 a.m. at the Hicks Cemetery in the vicinity of where she resided.
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