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Aulta Frances (LOE) d/o William Thorn Loe & Alice B. (ALT)--Wm & Alice OBITS
Posted by: Jodie Hollifield (ID *****6672) Date: January 20, 2008 at 11:42:42
In Reply to: Aulta F. (LOE) & James H. (or D. Howard/G. Howard) AULT by Jodie Hollifield of 776

William Thorn LOE, b. 13 Aug 1870 Yellow Springs, Greene County, Ohio, d. 21 Feb 1929 Yellow Springs, Greene County, Ohio, bur. ___ Feb 1929 Glen Forest Cemetery, Yellow Springs, Greene County, Ohio, m. Alice B. ALT (daughter of Adonijah ALT & Mary S. THOMAS) on 4 Oct 1893 ________ (Clark or Greene County), Ohio, b. 22 Mar 1872 Yellow Springs, Greene County, Ohio, d. 26 Nov 1945 Yellow Springs, Greene County, Ohio, bur. ___ Nov 1945 Glen Forest Cemetery, Yellow Springs, Greene County, Ohio by Little Yoder Funeral Home, Yellow Springs, Greene County, Ohio.

William Thorn Loe Obituary-Xenia Evening gazette-Thursday 21 Feb 1929:

William T. Loe Is Removed By Death

William T. Loe, 58, died at his home in yellow Springs Thursday morning at 1 o'clock. He had been in failing health for the last five years.

Mr. Loe is survived by his widow, Mrs. Alice Loe and two daughters; Mrs. Alton Huston of yellow Springs, and Mrs. howard Ault, of Detroit, Mich. Two brothers, John and Harry Loe of Springfield, and one sister, Mrs. harry Hackett, of Yellow Springs, also survive.

Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Methodist Church in yellow Springs and burial will be made in the Yellow Springs Cemetery.

OBIT: Alice B. (Alt) Loe Obituary 26 Nov 1945:

Mrs. William Loe Dies; Rites Planned At Yellow Springs

Mrs. Alice Loe, 73, widow of William T. Loe, died Monday at 1 p.m. at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Alton Huston, Yellow Springs, R.R. 1.

She was born in Yellow Springs and spent most of her life there, but for the last ten years had lived in St. Cloud, Fla., where she was stricken ill last May. She was brought to Yellow Springs a month ago when her condition became serious.

Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Huston of Yellow Springs and Mrs. G.H. Ault, Newport, Pa., and three grandchildren.

Services will be held at the Littleton-Yoder Funeral Home, Yellow Springs, Wednesday at 3 pm. in charge of Rev. Theodore Shoemaker of the Yellow Springs Methodist Church. Burial will be at the Glen Forest Cemetery, Yellow Springs.

Friends may call after Thursday noon at the ______home.

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