Clipped From Lancaster Eagle-Gazette
Thomas M. French Thdmas Monroe French, 97, died Saturday at Mt. St. Mai Hospital, Nelsonville. A Lancaster native, he had made his home at Glouster. O for the past year. He was a re tired coal miner. Surviving are a step-daugh step-daugh step-daugh ter, Mrs. Leroy Goman, Lan caster; several step-grandehil step-grandehil step-grandehil dren; a brother, Isaac, of Roy alton; and a sister f West Vir ginia. ' Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 1 p. m, at the Johnson Funeral Home in Glouster, Burial will be made in Wat nut Hill Cemetery, Obetz'Junc- Obetz'Junc- tion, O. Cheryl Ann Noice Cheryl Ann Noice, 15-month 15-month 15-month old daughter of Mr. and Mr Richard Noice, Lancaster Rt. died at her home yesterday at l.'15 a. m. Surviving in addition to the parents are two sisters, Roberta Sue and Patricia Mae Noice both of the home; the maternal grandparents,' Mr. and Mrs Thomas Beddow, Lancaster; and the paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs. William Noice, Lan caster Rt. 4. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the Ray Wise Funeral Home with the Rev. Paul O. Weimer officiat ing. Friends may call at the Wise funeral home at any time. Burial will be made in Maple Grove Cemetery.