Lincoln County Kansas Obituaries: Surnames starting with "X,Y,Z"
Lincoln County Kansas Obituaries
Surnames starting with
"X, Y, Z"
YOHE --- Daniel YOHE Lincoln Sentinel -- July 18, 1901
--- July 15, 1901, at the home of his son, Thomas YOHE, of Colbert, Lincoln
County, Kansas, Daniel YOHE, aged 86 years 7 months and 10 days. He was born at Valley Inn, Washington County, Penn., Dec. 5, 1814. He early joined the Lutheran Church and became an elder. He was a blacksmith and machinist and run a large shop. God blessed him with 11 children, five of whom are living.
In 1868 he moved to Wayne County, Iowa. About a year ago he came to Lincoln
County. Although his sight and strength were taken from him he seemed quite
content with Godís will. The funeral services were conducted by H.C.
BRADBURY. Burial was at Hammer Cemetery.
YOHE --- Eva RíDella HAHN YOHE Lincoln Sentinel-Republican -- Aug. 27, 1942
--- Funeral services for the late Mrs. Ben L. YOHE, who died Wed., Aug. 19
in St. Johnís hospital in Salina, were held Sunday afternoon from the
Lincoln Methodist Church and the remains were laid to rest in the stately
Memorial Mausoleum at the Gypsum Hill Cemetery in Salina.
Taking the bible which had been presented Mrs. Yohe on her wedding day,
Oct. 13, 1892, the Rev. Mr. SPALDING read a number of passages which she had
underlined, concluding with familiar 14th chapter of St. John "Let Not Your
Heart Be Troubled."
Eva RíDella HAHN was born in Douglass, Kansas, Oct. 24, 1872. She was
educated in the schools of her hometown and graduated from the high school
with the class of 1890.
Oct. 13, 1892 she was united in marriage to Ben L. YOHE in her home in
Douglass. After living in Omaha and for a time in Tennessee Mr. and Mrs.
Yohe moved to Shady Bend, Kansas, on March 1, 1919, when he became owner of
the Shady Bend Mill. In 1936 they bought property in Lincoln and this
community remained their home.
Out of town relatives and friends here for the funeral services Sunday
afternoon were Mrs. Mary NAULTY, Sante Fe, N.M.; Mr. Yoheís nephew, Dean
YOHE, Omaha, Neb.; Dr. and Mrs. G.G. WHITLEY, Douglass; Mrs. Pearl YOHE,
Winfield; Mr. and Mrs. HOLMAN, Geuda Springs; James SUDDETH, Wellington;
Mrs. Cora WATTS, Clay Center; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin SAWYER, Hutchinson; Mr. and
Mrs. Charles REID, Mr. and Mrs. Frank JURANKA, Holyrood; and Mr. and Mrs.
Walter PORTER, Smith Center; E.B. FISH, R.V. PRUITT, Salina.YOHE --- Thomas YOHE
See below; another obituary can be found under Louis Asbury LOVINYOHE --- Thos. YOHE Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Thursday, April 22, 1937
---Thomas YOHE, son of Daniel and Margaret YOHE was born December 4, 1855 in Washington Conty, Pennsylvania, and departed this life at this home in Lincoln County, Kansas , early Saturday morning, April 10, 1937, at the age of 81 years, four months and six days. His boyhood days were spent in Pennsylvania. At the age of 12 years he lost a kind and loving mother and two years later the father, having kept the family together moved to the state of Iowa.
Thomas was reared in a Christian home and at 12 years of age was confirmed in the German Lutheran Church. On August 22, 1887 he was united in marriage to Mollie C. DEARING at Solomon, Kansas. No children were born to this union but out the fullness of their hearts they took one little girl into their home who grew up to be a fathful and loving daughter.
For 23 years Mr. YOHE was employed by the Union Pacific Railroad Company with headquerters at Salina, Kansas. After that he, with his family moved to his farm in Lincoln County. He has been a resident of this community for 42 years and during that time has taken a keen interest in the welfare of those about him. To the best of his ability he promoted the highest interests, especially of rural schools. Mr. YOHE was a loving and devoted husband and father, thinking always of the comfort and happiness of his loved ones. ...
He leaves to mourn his going his faithful wife, Mollie C. YOHE, his daughter, Mrs. Harley McGINNESS, her husband and seven grandchildren of Westfall; also a brother, William and a sister, Mrs. Ida RINGLER, both of Allerton, Iowa, besides a host of other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held from the home, Monday, April 12, 1937, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon with the Rev. W. Clyde WOLFE of Ellsworth having charge. Interment was made in the Hammer Cemetery. The pallbearers were George BOLTE, Ellis DIMICK, Jim MAZES, Alfred NELSON, Ralph MORRICAL and Milt WEBB. Contributed by Bill and Diana Sowers. No relation to us.