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Dr. Edward F. Cowgill
RICHWOOD - Dr. Edward F. Cowgill, 66, 44 George St., former local chiropractor, died Sunday afternoon Nov 5, 1989 at Union County Memorial Hospital, Marysville, after a two-month illness. He was bom in Union County Dec. 18, 1922, the son of Sherman and Nelle Young Cowgill. A graduate of Richwood High School, he attended The Ohio State University and graduated from the National College of Chiropractic, Chicago. He was a chiropractor for 34 years, more...


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Christine S. Burnside
■ ■ RICHWOOD GAZETTE DEATH REPORT Name Christine S. Burnside Age 61 Address 159 Blaine Ave., Richwood Place of Death___at home Date of Death June 22, 1983 Wed. Hour of Death •^.!-PP,„ P.'.ffL How Long 111 usual health - death unexpected Occupation of Deceased former co-owner of Richwoof Furniture Store; f&Xdrnx currently a Librarian at Richwood Public Library; Marion Star-Church, Lodges, Societies Richwood Correspondent--------------- more...
Lucille E. Cowgill
Center, she was a volunteer for the lunch program there. She also volunteered many hours at Memorial Hospital of Union County.  She enjoyed crocheting and crafts and was active with the Retirees Group at the former B. F. Goodrich in Green Camp, where she had worked for 33 years, retiring in 1986.  Family above all else was most important to her; her kids and grandkids were her life. On June 17, 1939 she married R. H. "Squirrelly" Cowgill and he more...
THELMA STIERHOFF BEENEY ELDRIDGE
THELMA STIERHOFF BEENEY ELDRIDGE Thelma Stierhoff Beeney ElDRidge, 80, of Jelloway, formerly of the Richwood area, died Saturday, June 22, 2002, at the Country Meadow Care Center in Belleville. She was retired from the General Telephone Company in Marion after 20 years of service and during World War II had worked at the former Scioto Ordnance Plant in Marion for the war effort. She was a member of the Richwood First United Methodist Church and more...

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