Marshall County Obituaries


Moundsville Daily Echo - January 14, 1968

Ida Ellen LeMasters Ice, 85, 2205 Seventh Street Moundsville, died Sunday at 8:07 pm. January 14, 1968 at Moundsville General Hospital.

She was born March 29, 1882 in Wetzel Co, W.Va. daughter of Bowers and Virginia Shreves LeMasters and had resided in Moundsville for the past 13 years. She attended the House of Prayer, in Moundsville.

Her husband Leonard Ice preceded her in death.

Surviving are four daughters Mrs Armena Anderson, Chester, W.Va.; Mrs Arlena Smith, Cameron, W.Va.; Mrs Dora Blake, Moundsville, W.Va.; Mrs Zona Clark, Blake Ridge, near Moundsville, W.Va.; three sons, Ora, Lora (Bill), Jakey, all of East Liverpool, Ohio.

Two brothers, Dennis LeMasters, of Fairmont, W.Va. William LeMasters, Alliance, Ohio. 25 grandchildren, and many great grandchildren.

Friends may call at Grisell Funeral Home, where services will be held on Thursday January 18, with Rev. Archie Fox officiating. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery.

Pallbearers, Eugene Clark, Richard Clark, Kenneth Blake, Harvey Smith, Texan Smith, Albert Anderson.

Submitted by Linda Clark Ross.

Moundsville Daily Echo, Wednesday, January 20, 1915


Funeral services for Abraham Ingram, whose death occurred at his home at Glen Easton at 12:30 o'clock Monday, were held today at the Fork Ridge Universalist church, conducted by Rev. J. I. Craig of Glen Easton. Interment was made in the cemetery at the church.

Mr. Ingram was eighty years of age. He is survived by his wife. He was the father of a large family of children, eight sons surviving him. The daughters are all dead. The sons are Albert and Brice Ingram at home; Dan Ingram of Glen Easton; George, Frank and Ralph Ingram, who are somewhere in the west; Henry Ingram of Fork Ridge and Robert Ingram of Wierton, W. Va.

Mr. Ingram was born near the Waynesburg road in the eastern part of the county. He has spent the greater part of his life near Glen Easton, living on a farm there most of the time. He was among the oldest and best known residents of the community.

Submitted by Eric Anderson.

MRS. ABE INGRAM Source: Moundsville Echo, Moundsville, W.Va., Friday, March 31, 1916

Mrs. Abe Ingram, age 72, passed away at her home at Glen Easton, W.Va., Wednesday evening as a result of heart trouble. She is survived by eight sons living, three of whom are in the West and the others living in and about Glen Easton.

Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m. at the Universalist Church on Fork Ridge. Interment will be made at that cemetery.

Submitted by Linda Goddard Stout.


Source: Newspaper clipping; no newspaper name; no date.

Alma Ingram was born Apr. 2, 1905 and died Oct. 26, 1911. She was the small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ingram and leaves her father, mother and two brothers, Carl and Parker, besides a host of friends, to mourn her death. She died of typhoid fever. She was buried at Cameron, W.Va., in the Highland Cemetery. The pall bearers were Hazel Mason, Ada Hubbs, Elsie Mason and Ida Wilson.

Submitted by Linda Goddard Stout

Moundsville Daily Echo, Friday, March 24, 1916


Mrs. Abe Ingram (Catherine Rayl), aged 72, passed away at her home at Glen Easton Wednesday evening as a result of heart trouble. She is survived by eight sons living; three of whom are in the west and the others living in and about Glen Easton.

Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 10:30 at the Universalist church on Fork ridge. Interment will be made at that cemetery.

Submitted by Eric Anderson.

Moundsville Daily Echo, Monday, April 4, 1932


Word was received here Sunday of the death of George Ingram of Denver, Colorado, for a number of years a well known resident of this district and a brother of Dan Ingram of West Cameron. No particulars concerning his death or the funeral arrangements were given.

Moundsville Daily Echo, Wednesday, April 6, 1932


George Ingram, who died at Denver, Colorado, was buried there Tuesday afternoon, April 5. He was 70 years, 5 months and 3 days old. Mr. Ingram formerly lived here, having gone to Denver 45 years ago.

He leaves the following brothers: Henry Ingram, Robert Ingram and Brice Ingram of Hollidays Cove, Ralph Ingram of Arizona, Frank Ingram of Oregon, Dan Ingram of Cameron, and Albert Ingram of Oregon.

Submitted by Eric Anderson.

Moundsville Daily Echo, Saturday, January 23, 1954


Henry O. Ingram died this morning at four o'clock at his home in Glen Easton. He was born Sept. 29, 1865, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Ingram, and was a member of Fork Ridge Universalist church.

Surviving are two sons, Elmer of Hollidays Cove, and Earl of Colliers and three brothers, Albert and Dan of Glen Easton and Robert of Ohio.

The body is at the Lutes funeral home. Arrangements for services are incomplete.

Submitted by Eric Anderson.

Moundsville Daily Echo, Monday, May 16, 1938


Funeral services will be held at 3:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in the Fork Ridge Universalist church for Mrs. Mary Bungard Ingram, 88, widow of Abraham Ingram, who died Saturday afternoon at New Philadelphia, Ohio.

Mrs. Ingram was born at Cameron, December 9, 1849, and resided there until three years ago when she went to New Philadelphia to live with relatives.

She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Anne Henry of Rockwood, Pa., and a sister, Mrs. Blanche Hewitt of Cameron.

Moundsville Daily Echo, Tuesday, May 17, 1938


Funeral services were held today at Fork Ridge Universalist church for Mrs. Mary Bungard Ingram, aged 88 years, who died Saturday at new Cumberland. Interment was made in the church cemetery. Mrs. Ingram was a sister of Mrs. Blanche Hewitt, and Mrs. Guy Yoho is a grandchild.

Submitted by Eric Anderson.


Mrs. Eliza Rebecca Isiminger, 71, Cameron, R.D. 5, W. V., died at 8:30 P.M. Thursday, November 6, 1980, in Mound View Health Care Center, Moundsville, W. Va.

She was born February 9, 1909, in Whetzel County, W. Va., a daughter of Coan and Margaret McBride Hartley, and was a member of the Church of Christ at Mannington, W. Va.

Her first husband, Minor M. Horner, died in 1935, and her second husband, M.O. Baker, in 1957.

Surviving are her third husband, Ray Isiminger, a daughter, Mrs. Sammy (Nancy) McFadden of Cameron; two sons, John Horner of Moundsville and Charles Horner of Cameron; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; four half-sisters, Mrs. Virginia Wade of New Martinsville, W. Va., Mrs. Catheline Williams of Claysville, and Mrs. Sarah Blake and Mrs. Bessie Shep, both of Thomas, W. Va.; and a half-brother, Lawrence Hartley of Thomas, W. Va.

Submitted by Charlie Cole.