JACOBS--JULIA [NAVARRE] of 1385 Miami St. Sunday, Dec. 10 , age 08 [sic, should be 80]. Surviving are her husband Edward, four daughters: Mrs. Elmer [Delia] Gertz, of Oklahoma City, Mrs. Otto Kohn, Mrs. Walter Mehrman, Mrs Joseph McGarvey, two sons: Edward, Jr. and Wilfred of Toledo, four brothers: William, Edward, Louis and Anderew Navarre; two sisters Mrs. Mary Carlin [i.e., Mrs. Asa Carlon], Mrs. Delia Perry [i.e., Mrs. Henry Perry]; 11 grandchildren, seven great grandchildren. Remains at the home of her daughter Mrs. Otto Kohn, 516 Thurstin St. Funeral services announced later. Hoefflinger, Funeral Director.
Edward Jacobs, 80, of 1401 Miami Street, died yesterday in St. Vincent's Hospital after a brief ilness.
Mrs. [sic.] Jacobs is survived by daughters, Mrs. Otto Kohn, Mrs. Jack [Rose] Turner, Mrs. Elmer Gertz and Miss Emma Jacobs; sons, Edward and Wilford Jacobs; a sister, Mrs. Marcella Vincent and a brother, Frank, all of Toledo.
Friends may call at the home of Mrs. Kohn, 516 Thurston Street where the body will be until the time of services.
Mrs. Rose Jacobs Turner, 64 of 122 Twentieth St., died yesterday in Toledo Hospital after a 4-week illness.
Mrs. Turner was a lifelong Toledo resident.
Surviving are sisters, Mrs. Otto Kohn and Mrs. Luke Gloyd, both of Toledo, and Mrs. Delia Gertz, Greenville, Ill., and brothers Edward, and Wilfred Jacobs, Toledo.
Services will be Monday [May 4, 1952] at 1 p.m. in the Eggleston-Meinert Mortuary. Burial will be in Toledo Memorial Park Cemetery.
Edward Jacobs, 76, of 1802 Mulberry St., died yesterday in his home.
Born in Port Clinton, Mr. Jacobs had lived in Toledo 40 years as a tugboat captain for various boat towing companies on the Great Lakes.
Surviving are his wife, Myrtle; sons, Robert and Wilford; daughters, Mrs. Bernice Monroe and Mrs. Marilyn Coates; six grandchildren, all of Toledo.
The body is in the Tohle Mortuary. Services will be Monday at 10 a.m. in St. Mary's Church. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery.
Michael Gallagher, 93 of 916 Harding Dr., died today in Maumee valley Hospital.
Born in Zanesville, O., Mr Gallagher lived in Toledo about 70 years. He was a retired employee of the Lucas County engineers department.
Surviving are a stepdaughter, Mrs. Roy Linden, with whom he made his home; stepsons, Irving Williams, of Toledo, and Peter Daso, of Medina, O.; 13 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren.
Services will be tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. in the Foth Mortuary, Jefferson Avenue. Burial will be in Willow Cemetery.
GALLAGHER--ELLEN [NAVARRE] beloved wife of Michael Gallagher on Monday, Oct. 26, 1925 at the home of her sister, Mrs. Mary Walters 839 McKinley Ave., age 58 years. Funeral on Thursday, Oct. 29, at 2 P. M. from residence. Burial at Willow cemetery. Friends invited. Foth & Son.
Otto Kohn, 69, of 516 Thurston St., died Saturday [November, 21, 1953] of a heart attack as he was about to enter the University of Michigan Stadium at Ann Arbor for the Michigan-Ohio State University football game.
Members of his family who were with him at the time said Mr. Kohn, an ardent sports enthusiast and an Ohio State fan, apparently became overly excited at the prospect of seeing the traditional grid battle.
Mr. Kohn was a lifelong resident of Toledo. He was employed for 35 years as a carpenter at the Toledo Ship Building Co., retiring a year ago, and was a member of St. Mark's Lutheran Church, its Brotherhood and the Luther League.
Surviving are his wife Julia [Jacobs]; sons, Harold Blackmore and Wayne Kohn, both of Toledo; daughters, Mrs. Violet Thomas, Detroit, and Mrs. Hazel Marks, Toledo; brothers Fred and Christopher, both of Toledo; sisters, Mrs. Ethel Mallory, Mrs. Mabel Harding, Mrs. Elnora Miller, Mrs. Lucille Cook, Mrs Mildred Auxter, and Mrs. Beatrice Ruihly, all of Toledo; 10 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
The body is in the Eggleston-Meinert Mortuary. Services will be tomorrow at 2 p.m. in St. Marks Lutheran Church, with burial in Toledo Memorial Park Cemetery.
Mrs. Mary Jane (Mandley) Blackmore, former resident of Toledo, died Tuesday night (6 Oct 1942) in the home of her daughter (Kati), Mrs. Edward. C. Davis, 52 Commodore street, at the age of 94 years.
Mrs. Blackmore, the widow of Humphrey James. Blackmore 18 Apr 1852-22 Jan 1915, was a native of Devonshire, England, and came to the United States 60 years ago. A resident of Toledo for many years she had been making her home with her daughter here since July, 1941.
Surviving are her daughter Kati Elizabeth Jane (Blackmore) Davis and three sons Leonard Moore, Thomas John, and Harry James; 13 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Albert Wheaton of Granville is a granddaughter of the deceased. A daughter Julia M. and two sons Cyril Moore and Albert Edward are deceased.
The body was taken to Toledo and funeral services will be held there Friday at 2 p. m. in the James Clegg funeral home. Burial will be made in Forest cemetery.
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