Samuel Detrick,79, 22 Hess St., Dayton, died at the home of his step-son, Gilbert Hisey,410 Cincinnati Ave., Friday afternoon at5:45 o'clock. Mr. Detrick came to this city for a visit Sunday a paralytic stroke Monday. He never regained consciousness. Born At Bellbrook August 29,1855. Mr. Detrick lived there until twenty-five years ago when he moved to Dayton. He was a well known carpenter in Bellbrook and was a member of the J.O.U.A.M. lodge there. Mr. Detrick's first wife, Mrs. Ella Dill Detrick, died thirty-five years ago. He was married to Mary Hisey thirty-two years ago. His widow survives with two children by his first marriage; Mrs. Alice Newland and Mrs. Opal Matthews, Dayton. Three step-children, Mrs. Sarah Keller and Charles Hisey, Dayton, and Gilbert Hisey, this city survive. A daughter Miss Minnie Detrick, died eleven years ago. Funeral services will be conducted at the Hisey home in this city, Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will be made in Bellbrook cemetery. Friends may call at the home after 7 o'clock Saturday evening.
This clipping came from the Greene County paper at the Greene County Library, March 31,1935. there is also a picture on this website in the section of pictures needing identified of him in his JOUAM uniform. the obit states he was born in Bellbrook, but that is wrong, he was born in Miami County to Isaac and Mary Ann Young Detrick
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