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Obituary from the Painesville, Ohio Telegraph, Monday, July 13, 1936: Mrs. Lottie Nelson Dies in Cleveland. Mrs. Lottie Nelson, aged 54, a former resident of Painesville, who had lived for the past year at 1684 Crawford Rd., Cleveland, died Sunday at 5:30 p.m. at her home after a lingering illness of nine months. She is survived by her father, Willis Barnum of Mentor, two children, Claude Bauserman and Mrs. Thelma Dawson of Cleveland, and three brothers, Pearl Barnum of Montville, Hugh Barnum of Painesville and Leon Barnum of Mentor. She was a past counselor of the Painesville council of the Daughters of America. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Spear's Funeral Home here followed by burial in Evergreen Cemetery. The Rev. Mrs. Hunt will have charge of the rites.

Funeral Notice from the Painesville, Ohio Telegraph, Thursday, July 16, 1936: Last Rites for Mrs. Nelson. Funeral Services for Mrs. Lottie Nelson, aged 54, former resident of Painesville who died Sunday at her home in Cleveland, were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Spear's Funeral Home here. The Rev. Mrs. Hunt, spiritualist, was in charge of the services. Burial was made at Evergreen Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were: C. Woodruff, Pearl Barnum, Hugh Barnum, Leon Barnum, Everett Barnum and Harlan Barnum. (Ed. note: Mrs. Nelson was born December 18, 1882 per Portage County, OH Birth Rec. Vol. 2, Reg. 2, p. 102)


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