Titusville Man Dies In Cleveland Hospital.
Hiram Dennis Newton, 76, for 68 years a resident of Titusville and who died Friday in St. Lukes Hospital, Cleveland, following an operation, was one of the best known older citizens of the community. Brief mention was made of his death in Saturday's Herald.
His passing came as quite a shock to his many friends, for although he had been failing for some time the end was not expected so soon. Previous to his retirement about seven years ago he was engaged in the trucking business and made a name for himself in this vicinity. read more »
August 1. 1942 - published "FORMER PRESIDENT OF SAFETY COUNCIL DIES AT TITUSVILLE." Dr. Ned Harland Dearborn 69, president of the National Safety Council from 1944 to 1959, and a native of Crawford County, died Wednesday in Titusville Hospital after a long illness.
He was born near Conneautville and taught school in that community for many years while a student at Edinboro State College and Columbia University where he received master's and Ph.D. degrees. Grove City College, where he studied for one year granted him an honorary doctor of laws degree in 1954. read more »
Rev. J.C. Clemons conducted the services over the remains of William Ralya at 11:30 a.m. Sunday in the Methodist church at Conneaut Lake, in the presence of a large assemblage of sympathizing friends and relatives. The interment was in Adsit Cemetery.
William was gored by a bull in the stockyards of A.C. Huidekoper. Tombstone states: "Memory of William Ralya born 1-7-1837. This tablet is erected by AG and Carl C. Hudikoper."
Meadville Tribune: Oct. 25, 1897