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!Obituary:  Cyrus Cheadle Passes...Was Great Grandson of Revolutionary

Stockport community lost one of its best citizens when Cyrus Cheadle passed
away at 3 o'clock , Sunday afternoon, following a two weeks illness from
pneumonia and complications.  He was t he son of Columbus C. and Mary Brill
Cheadle and was born in Washington county, near Bartlett , July 12, 1852.  His
father was county commissioner about the Civil War period.

His great grandfather, Asa Cheadle, was a soldier in the Revolutionary War. 
His parents cam e to Morgan county when he was two years of age and
established their home in the Oakland vic inity.  Mr. Cheadle became a member
of the Oakland M. E. church when 18 years of age and hel d his membership
there since.

He was united in marriage to Fanny L. Liengne in September 1874.  An only
daughter, Lorana Ch eadle Matthews, passed away June 30, 1927.  Her mother had
preceded her in death, July 1, 192 5.

On March 28, 1928, he married Sarah A. Granger at West Branch, Iowa and they
made their hom e here where she passed away April 10, 1937.

He is survived by one grand-daughter, Mrs. Marie Jobes, of Stockport Route;
seven grandchildr en; one half brother, C. V. Cheadle, of Stockport Route; and
two half-sisters, Mrs. Agnes Vau ghn of Waterford and Mrs. Dove Dixon of
Marietta; also several other relatives and a host o f friends.  He was
faithful in his attendance at church and Sunday school and was one of th e
most generous donors to both the Stockprt and Oakland churches.  He was a
liberal contribut or to all charitable causes.  Possessed of a quiet and
unassuming personality, Mr. Cheadle' s friends were numbered by his
acquaintances.  He enjoyed the esteem and admirationf of all .  Funeral
services were held at 2 o'clock, Tuesday afternoon, from the Stockport
Methodist c hurch, Rev. Walter Clark and Rev. G. C. Nutter officiating.  His
favorite hymns were sung b y Ivan Ball, accompanied by Mrs. N. H. Hawkins. 
Interment was made in Stockport cemetery, th e pallbearers being J. L. Henery,
C. M. Newberry, H. A. Martin, Fred Rollison, Fred James an d Fred Thompson.

Another Article
Cyrus Cheadle Reaches four score Years:

Cyrus Cheadle, a member of one of the old families of the county and an
outstanding citizen o f Windsor township since a child two years of age,
reached his 80th. milestone, Tuesday.

Mr. Cheadle, who is a son of C. C. and Mary Ann Brill Cheadle was born July
12, 1852, in Wesl ey township, Washington county, near Bartlett.  When an
infant, his parents moved to Morgan c ounty and he has since resided in this
county and for the past 12 years in Stockport.  Mr. Ch eadle has been twice
married.  His first wife, who was Miss Fannie Limgme, passed away seve n years
ago.  His present wife was Mrs. Sarah Granger of Iowa.  At the time of his
first marr iage, in 1874, Mr. Cheadle became a subscriber to the Herald and
has ever since been one of t he faithful and most dependable readers of this
paper.  Mr. Cheadle has vivid reccollection o f the Civil War and of the
critical reconstruction period which followed. and cast his firs t
presidential vote for Rutherford B. Hayes..  Since 1876 he has voted for every
Republican c andidate for president.  Fewer men of 80 are better preserved in
body and mind than Mr. Chead le and he is one of the staunch, substantial type
of citizens of whom Morgan county is justl y proud.--McConnelsville, Ohio
Weekly Hearald.  July 12, 1932.
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Notes for Cyrus G CHEADLE

!Married by Asa Cheadle, Justice of the Peace...
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!Married by Rev. Bennet Roberts
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