The items below have been transcribed from American newspaper archives. They consist mostly of obituaries, but also describe everyday events from the lives of Titus families recorded over the past 200 years. The file is organized alphabetically by Titus first names.
Daily Kennebec Journal. Nov. 17, 1944. pp. 1 & 5.
Arthur G. Titus, for many years printing superindendent at the Daily Kennebec Journal, who retired in January, 1941, died early Friday Morning at the Central Maine General Hospital in Lewiston.
Born in Rockland, he first went to work more than fifty years ago as a printer's devil on the Rockland Free Press just a few weeks after he graduated from high school.
He had been in failing health for many months, and went to the Lewiston hospital a few days ago from the Merral Rest Home in Gardiner.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Carrie Waldren Titus, two sons, Cpl. Lawrence Titus at Camp Bowie, Texas and Charles O. Titus of Scarboro, and a daughter, Mrs. Ernest W. Chard of Portland.
Mr. Titus' long and colorful career as a printer led from Rockland to Boston, Providence, Worcester, Waltham and other cities in the metropolital Boston area, following a short turn with the Courier Gazette in Rockland. His work included such papers as the Providence Telegram and Waltham Free Press. After the advent of the Linotype machine, he moved into commercial printing, going with the Old Colony Press and later Loundsbury, Nichols and Worth publishing house in Boston. He also worked with Massachusetts Institute of Technology students in publishing a student paper for many years.
In the summer of 1914 he went to work in Bar Harbor for the season, and the first of the following year came to work with the Kennebec Journal to handle the Legislative pringing. During later years he was foreman of both commercial and newspaper printing departments of the Augusta firm.
He married Carrie E. Waldron at Rockland 48 years ago.
The body will be brought to the Plummer funeral home in Augusta.
The News-Palladium. Benton Harbor, MI. Dec. 8, 1955. p. 18. (continued from p. 1)
A. H. Wiggins. Mr. Wiggins married Miss Alice Claire Rush of South Bend on Sept. 13, 1893, in that city. Mrs Wiggins died at their Pipestone street home in November, 1939.
Surviving Mr. Wiggins besides his daughter, Zilpha, with whom he resided, are another daughter, Mrs. Edgar (Edna) Titus, of LaGrange, Ill., and a grandson, William Allen Titus, also of LaGrange. Two brothers, Charles and Leon, preceded him in death.
The Titus family will arrive here today to help with the funeral arrangements, which will be announced later.
Mr. Wiggins' body was taken to the Dean & Dey Brothers mortuary, where friends may call.
The North Ada MS Evening Transcript. June 26, 1900.
Mrs. Abigail D. Titus died this morning at her home, 100 Holden street aged 80 years and nine months. She had been feeble for some time, but death was due chiefly to old age. She was the widow of Orlando B. Titus, who died a number of years ago. Mrs. Titus was a native of Worcester, but had lived in this city for many years and was a well known and highly respected woman.
The time for the funeral has not been set. It will be held in the morning and the body will be taken to Albany for burial.
Trenton Evening Titus. March 6, 1915. p. 5.
PENNINGTON. March 6. - The funeral of Mrs. Abigail W. Titus, who died Thursday in the eighty-first year of her age, was held this afternoon from the residence of her son, William C. Titus of nearby Lawrenceville, and from the local Presbyterian Church. Services were conducted by the Rev. George H. Bucher. Interment was in the Pennington Cemetery under the direction of N. R. Blackwell.
The deceased is survived by three sons and one daughter, Elwood, J. Ambrose and William C. Titus of Rosedale, and Mrs. Eugene Van Dyke of near Glen Moore.
Daily Kennebec Journal - Augusta, Maine - Friday, March 3, 1939. p. 5.
WINTHROP - Adelbert E. Titus died early Thursday morning at his home in Portland where he had resided for the past six years. Mr. Titus was born in Winthrop, Oct, 4, 1864, the son of Hiram G. and Josephine (Nichols) Titus. He was a member of the Friends Church and of Temple Lodge, F. and A. M. of Winthrop. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Minnie Titus of Portland, three sons, Alton Titus of Lowell, Mass., and Clifton and Ralph Titus, both of Portland; a sister, Mrs. Hattie Springer of South Pasadena, Calif., two grandchildren and three nieces.
Funeral services will be held at 1.30 P. M. Sunday at Hay and Peabody's funeral home in Portland and the Masonic funeral service will be conducted by Temple Lodge of Winthrop. Burial will be in the family plot in Winthrop.
Trenton Times, Thursday, May 4, 1905. p. 12.
The funeral of the Rev. Albert C. Titus was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from his late home, 495 West State street. Services were conducted at the house by the Rev. James Crawford of Philadelphia, who was assisted by the Rev. Dr. Walter A. Brooks.
The services were largely attended and the floral tributes were numerous. Interment was made at Ewing cemetery under the direction of Ivins & Taylor.
The Rev. Mr. Titus died Monday evening after an illness of several weeks. Death was due to heart trouble. He was 58 years of age and a native of Trenton.
He was the father of Walter Titus, Welling Titus. His widow survives. He was a brother of Howard and Welling Titus, Mrs. Frank H. Lalor and Mrs. Louis Scott.
The Ogden Standard-Examiner. Saturday Evening, August 14, 1948. p. 2.
Albert Frederick Titus, 63, of 1695 North Point street, San Francisco, traveling accountant for the Southern Pacific railroad, died Friday afternoon in an Ogden hospital following a heart attack.
Mr Titus was born Dec. 31, 1879, in Silver City, Nev., a son of Fred and Jennie Green Titus.
The body will be sent by Lindquist & Sons mortuary of Ogden to San Francisco, where funeral services and burial will be held.
Oakland Tribune. Monday, February 27, 1933. p. 7
Albert S. Titus for the past four years traffick representative of the port of Oakland in San Francisco, died last night at the St. Francis Hospital. Titus had previously been secretary of the California Sugar and White Pine Lumber Association, and in the claims department of the Southern Pacific Company.
Titus was a native of Virginia and was 54 years of age. He was a bachelor, and is survived by a brother in Washington, D.C., and a sister in Leesburg, Va. He was a member of the Southern Club of San Francisco and of Bethlehem Lodge No 435, F. & A. M., California Bodies Scottish Rite and Islam Temple of the Mystic Shrine. Funeral services will be conducted by the Masonic bodies in San Francisco at 3 o'clock, Wednesday.
The Post-Standard. Thursday, September 18, 2003. p. B4.
Albert W. Robbins, 73, of Plainville Rd., Memphis, died unexpectedly at his home on Tuesday, September 16, 2003. He attended schools in King Ferry and Seneca Falls, graduating from Mynderse Academy in 1947. Mr. Robbins was very active in organizing and participating in his class of "47" reunions. He was employed for thirty years with the NY State Department of Transportation.
Mr. Robbins is survived by his wife, Dorothy Beck Robbins, also three sons, Roger of Greenville, NC, Jeffry of Osana AFB Korea and Daniel of Ankeny, IA. He is also survived by two sisters, Ailene Titus (Donald) of Buffalo and Ann Bryant (Richard) of Auburn; a brother, Al Robbins (Elke) of Weedsport, many nieces and nephews.
The Evening Standard, Uniontown PA, Monday, July 6, 1970. p. 6.
Funeral services for Mrs. Alberta Ross Titus, 90, of Point Marion, who died July 4, were held this afternoon at the Herod Funeral Home.
Her pastor, Rev. Vinson R. Adkins, pastor of the First Christian Church of Point Marion, officiated. Burial followed in Evergreen Memorial Park.
Mrs. Titus was a member of the First Christian Church and its Ladies Bible Class, a charter member of the Magdalene Rebekah Lodge No. 535 and first noble grand of that lodge, and a charter member of Fayette Chapter No. 389 of the Order of the Eastern Star and past matron of that lodge.
A daughter of the late Francis Ross and Eilene Fields Ross, she is survived by several nieces and nephews. Her husband, Bim L. Titus, died July 16, 1949, and a brother, William, in 1930.
Fond du Lac Reporter, Friday, April 22, 1977. p. 7.
Mrs Alberta Titus Richards, 80 of Rhinelander, former teacher of Latin in the Fond du Lac High School, died Thursday. She was a frequent visitor here.
Born Aug. 3, 1896, at Marblehead, Wis., she was the daughter of the late William A. and Rose Tripp Titus, She was graduated in the class of 1918 from University of Wisconsin-Madison as a Phi Beta Kappa.
Following her graduation, she taught Latin for three years at the Rhinelander High School after which she taught in the Fond du Lac High School from 1921 to 1926. She was married to Dr. Clarence A. Richards in August 1926 in Fond du Lac. He practiced in Rhinelander for over 50 years and died in November, 1959.
Mrs. Richards was active in civic affairs in Rhinelander, was a former president of the library board and was instrumental in the formation of the Altar Guild of the Episcopal Church of that city.
Survivors include two brothers, Robert M. and Arthur E. Titus both of Fond du Lac; and three sisters, Mrs. John H. (Winifred) Skavlem of Cincinnati, Ohio, Mrs Franklin E. (Marjorie) Bump of Madison and Mrs. Lynn E. (Betty) Baker of Dayton, Ohio.
A memorial service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday at St. Augustine's Episcopal Church, Rhinelander, and interment will be at Oxford, Maine.
Memorials may be directed to St. Augustine's Episcopal Church at Rhinelander and also Rhinelander Public Library in care of Mrs. Dorothy Whittaker.
Roswell Daily Record. Tuesday, Jan. 4, 1927. p. 8.
Mrs. Alfae Titus, wife of H. L. Titus of Williamsport, Penn., died at St. Mary's hospital this morning at one o'clock. Mrs. Titus came here for health reasons a little over two years ago and during the time she was up and around made a great number of friends here. Her husband who is with the Pennsylvania Railway Company has made many visits here during the time of her illness. Her sister, Miss Reba Kreiger, has been here with her for many months. Mrs. Titus was a member of the Methodist Church. She also was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. She is survived by her father, Wm. Kreiger of Williamsport, Pa., her husband H. L. Titus of Williamsport, one small son, Laverne and her sister, Miss Reba Kreiger. The husband is enroute to Roswell and will accompany the body back to Williamsport where service and burial will be had. Talmadge Mortuary has charge of the arrangements.
The New Mexican. Saturday, June 17, 2000. p. B-2.
Alfred Lawrence Titus, Jr. December 12, 1942 - June 12, 2000. Age 57, passed away peacefully on Monday, June 12, 2000. Larry was born and raised in Massachusetts. He moved to New Mexico from Woodside, California in 1973. He has lived in the Madrid area since 1976.
Our beloved brother, father, uncle and grandfather is survived by his sister, Judy Titus; brother Blaine Titus; daughter Kimberley Weems; sons Leland Titus, Joshua Titus, Jon Titus; nieces Jessica Titus, Merika Stenson; nephews, James Titus, Tristen Stenson; and grandsons Alec Titus, Ben Titus, Chris Hogrebe, Calden Weems, and Walker Weems.
On Saturday, June 17, there will be a wake at 6:30 p.m. at the Madrid Cemetery. Some shade will be provided. Burial will follow at sunset. Larry will be dearly missed by all that knew him.
The Newport Mercury and Weekly News. Friday, October 17, 1947. p. 3.
Allen C. Titus, 61, who retired some time ago as proprietor of the firm of the E. D. Jones & Son, died Monday night at the Newport Hospital, where he had been under treatment for 19 weeks.
He was born in this city, son of the late Crawford and Mary Davis Titus. He entered the employ of the Jones company at the age of 16, and became its proprietor in 1918. He was a member of the Rhode Island Lodge and Esther Rebeckah Lodge of Odd Fellows and of Weenat Shassit Tribe of Red Men. He was an active member of St. Paul's Methodist Church and organized its first Men's Club.
He leaves his wife, Mrs. Clara Jones Titus, a daughter, Miss Clara Agnes Titus; two sisters, Mrs. Daniel Wetherell and Mrs. Alfred West, all of this city.
The Portsmouth Herald. Wednesday Evening, April 17, 1963. p. 21.
In the estate of Alonzo E. Titus of Ellot who died March 13, Ralph M. Titus was confirmed as trustee for the benefit of Stella B. Titus.
Newport Mercury and Weekly News. Friday, June 1, 1934.
News has been received of the death in Swampscott, Mass., Monday of Alonzo Flint Titus, a former resident of Newport. He was born in this city April 1, 1873, second son of Augustin C. and Judith Henrietta (Cogswell) Titus; was a brother of Harry A. Titus of this city, and had been engaged for many years in the house-furnishing business in Salem. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ramie (Ullman) Titus; two sisters - Nellie, (Mrs. J. Clarke Brown) of Marblehead, Mass., and Mae (Mrs. Horace B. Hanson) of Yonkers, N.Y., and a brother, Dr. Raymond S. Titus of Jamaica Plain, Mass. Augustin C. Titus of this city, a nephew, will attend the funeral Memorial day at the Methodist Episcopal Church, Salem. The interment will be in the family plot in the North Haverhill cemetery, N. H.
The Lowell Sun. Saturday, May 8, 1971. p. 7.
Alton E. Titus of 12 Silver St., a retired optician for Porter and Tucker, died Thursday at St. Joseph's Hospital. Born in Washington, D.C., the son of the late Adelbert and the late Minnie (Bailey) Titus, he was a veteran of World War I. He was married to the former Florida Metivier, who survives him.
The Lowell Sun. Monday, January 13, 1930. p. 3
TITUS. - Alton G. Titus, a well known and highly esteemed resident of Lowell, died late Saturday evening at his home, 225 Branch street, aged 73 years, 9 months and five days. Mr. Titus was a lover of horses and was a member of the Metropolitan Driving club of Boston. For a number of years he has been engaged in the real estate business. He is survived by one son, Dr. Harold A. Titus, and one sister, Mrs. Frank Lang of Colebrook, N. H.
The Lowell Sun. Friday, May 21, 1971. p. 21.
CARLISLE - Alvin R. Titus of Concord Road died at Emerson Hospital Tuesday. Born in Saint John's, New Brunswick, May 14, 1906, he was the son of the late Lemuel W. Titus and Martha (Alden) Titus, and was a ninth generation direct descendant of John Alden, Pilgrim founder of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. He was a stockbroker with the Boston firm Tucker, Anthony and R. I. Day and a member of the Isaac Parker Lodge, AF&AM, Waltham. He is survived by a brother, Thomas R, of New Bedford; two nephews, Robert of Concord and Thomas R., Jr. of Louisville, Ky., and a niece, Mrs. Granville Wilbur of Acushnet.
The Oakland Tribune. Tuesday, November 18, 1941.
Amie B. Titus, 58, prominent San Diego real estate dealer and known as an artist, died here today. He leaves two sisters, Isabel L. Titus of Los Angeles and Lela J. Titus of San Diego.
Daily Herald. Tuesday, July 28, 1998. p. 4.
Amie Titus was apompom squad member, treasurer of her sorority and a youth mission worker with her Geneva church.
With those diverse interests her family is expecting a large crowd the next two days at funeral services for Amie, a 1995 graduate of St. Charles High School.
The 21-year-old died after an early Saturday morning car crash on Interstate 55 in St. Louis.
A St. Louis police spokesman said Titus was a passenger in a car headed southbound in the northbound lanes of the highway when it struck another car head on. Three people died in the crash, with only the driver of the car Titus was in, 22-year-old David Emigh of St. Louis County, surviving. An investigation is continuing as to the cause of the crash, the spokesman said.
Amie's father, Steve Titus, said Monday his daughter was attending a wedding of a fellow member of the Western Illinois University pom squad. Titus was preparing to enter her senior year this fall.
"She was one of those kids that was into everything," Steve Titus said. "She excelled at everything. If there were 1,000 people in a room, she would be the one you'd notice."
Titus said his daughter liked to play softball and dance and had a deep-seated religious faith. She went on two mission trips with the First Baptist Church of Geneva youth group.
A business major, she was working as an intern this summer at Sears' corporate headquarters in Hoffman Estates. She also was the treasurer at Delta Zeta sosority.
Titus said more that 40 people, most of them young adults, came to the family home Monday to pay their respects.
Visitation will be held from 3 to 8 p.m. today at Norris Funeral Home, 100 S. Third St., St. Charles. Funeral services will take place at 11 a.m. Wednesday at First Baptist Church, 2300 South St., Geneva,
Contributions may be sent to the Amie Titus Memorial Fund at First Baptist Church.
Amie is survived by her parents, Steve and Terri, her brother Matt, and sister, Melissa.
Boston Daily Globe. Tuesday, Sept. 4, 1894. p. 6.
Angelina Lane Titus, wife of Oliver Starkworth Titus, who recently died in Norton in her 88th year, had a large circle of relatives and friends. Her grandmother was Luranah Williams of Taunton, a direct descendant of one of the Mayflower passengers and wife of Joseph Hodges, whose father was killed in the French and Indian War. The descendants still retain possession of the musket he carried at the time.
Mrs. Titus' father was Capt. Isaac Lane of Norton. Her husband survives her, aged 90, after a married life of uninterrupted happiness of over 66 years. A daughter also is still living, who, with one son that died in the service of the union in 1862, were their only children. Her funeral was largely attended.
Mrs. Titus was a member of the Orthodox church 61 years. Her death was peaceful and relieved from suffering.
Times-News. Wednesday, September 30, 2009.
GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Ann Hof Titus, 71 of Grants Pass, Ore., and formerly of Wendell and Jerome, died Friday, Sep. 25, 2009 at her home.
A funeral Mass will be held a 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 2, at St. Anne Catholic Church in Grants Pass, Ore. A rosary will be said a 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 1, at Hull and Hull Funeral Chapel in Grants Pass, Ore.
Austin (Minn.) Herald. Monday, Jan. 8, 1962. p. 2
Ann Mae Titus Smith was born Feb. 18, 1881, at Coon Rapids, Iowa, the daughter of James H. Titus and Paulina Smith Titus.
She attended school at Coon Rapids and resided at Windorn, Minn., before moving to Austin after the death of her daughter, Vada Clennon. On Aug. 2, 1897, she was united in marriage with Guy E. Smith at Coon Rapids.
Mrs. Smith was a member of the Golden Age Club, Wonen's Relief Corps, Salvation Army Home League.
She died Jan. 1, at St. Olaf Hospital after being ill a year.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Roy Bates (Vera), Mrs. Dan Hatfield (Hazel), two sons, Howard J. Smith, Dale E. Smith, a brother, Paul Titus, Muskegon, Mich; two sisters, Mrs James Greenlee (Glenn), Austin, Mrs H. L. Tucker (Rose), Tuscon, Ariz.
She was preceded in death by her husband Guy E. Smith; three daughters, Lorene, in infancy, Vada Clennon and Orah Peterson.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Jan. 4, at the Worlem Funeral Home, Maj. Alfred Gorton officiating. Interment was at Oakwood Cemetery.
Out-of-town persons attending were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Clennon, Valparaiso, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Neal Shobely, Savannah, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Louden. Lake Mills, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs Joe Bates, Humboldt, Iowa.
Daily Journal-Gazette. Monday Evening, February 26, 1945. p. 1.
Mrs. Annie Belle Titus died at 11 o'clock Sunday morning at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Kemper, 2608 Prairie avenue. Mrs. Titus had been in ill health for two years and bedfast for the past 10 days. Death was due to a complication of ailments. Mrs. Titus was 84 years old.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Mitchell funeral home, with Rev. J. Fred Melvin officiating. Buriel will be in Dodge Grove cemetery.
Mrs. Titus, as Annie Belle Poole, was born April 8, 1860, in Louisville, Ky., a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Poole. When a young girl, she came to Illinois with her parents. In 1884, she was married to L. V. Titus and in 1906 they came to Mattoon to make their home. Mr. Titus died Jan. 10, 1945.
Surviving besides Mrs. Kemper are another daughter, Mrs. Heber Umsted of Mattoon; a son, Guy Titus of Mattoon; two grandsons and two nieces.
Mrs Titus was a member of the First Methodist Church.
The News. Tuesday, December 10, 1968. p. A-5.
Largely attended funeral services for Mrs. Annie V. Titus were held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Hilton Funeral Home in Barnesville.
Mrs. Titus died Saturday at her home in Poolesville.
The Rev. Haydn L. Sparks, of the Poolesville Memorial Methodist Church, officiated.
The bearers were: Lee Hubble, Earl Moore, Donald Brooks, Raymond Brooks, John Ward, and Russell Mathews, Jr.
Interment was in Monocacy Cemetery, Beallsville.
Panama City Herald. Tuesday Afternoon, Dec. 17, 1968.
Mr. Archie Clifford Titus, 80, of 3120 W. 23rd St., died Tuesday at 6 a.m. in a local hospital. He had been a resident of Panama City for 16 years, coming here from Sandusky, Ohio. He was a boat repairman and a member of the American Legion, BPOE Lodge 1598 and Wallace Memorial Presbyterian Church. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lois L. Titus, one son, Clifford R. Titus of Perry; one step-son, Robert William Davenport of Mt. Vernon, Ill. and four grandchildren.
Nevada State Journal. July 4, 1970. p. 9.
Archie D. Carney, 70, of 1130 Gentry Way, died in a Reno hospital Thursday.
A native of Liberty, W. Va., he had been a resident of Reno for eight years. Mr. Carney was an electrician and a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.
He was a veteran of World War I.
Mr. Carney is survived by his wife, Bertha Carney of Reno; daughter, Jacqueline C. Titus of Reno; brother, K. L. Carney of Nitro, W. Va.: sister, Ruby Trevillion of Nitro W. Va.; grandchildren, Frank C. Titus and Lisa B. Titus both of Reno.
A private graveside funeral will be held at Mountain View Cemetery on Monday. The Rev. Arnold Vorster, of St. Paul's Methodist Church will officiate.
Walton Funeral Home in Reno is in charge of arrangements.
Portland Press Herald. Thursday Morning, April 29, 1948. p. 19.
Rockland, April 28 - Arthur G. Titus 73 died in New York City Tuesday. He was born in Rockland, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Titus and is survived by his widow, Clara G. Titus, one daughter, Mrs. Thelma Mims of New York and two sons, Earl of Rockland and Kenneth of New York, and three grandchildren.
Funeral services will be from the Burpee Funeral Home, Rockland, Friday at 2 p.m., the Rev. J. Charles MacDonald of the First Baptist Church officiating, and burial will be at Achorn Cemetery.
Chronicle-Telegram. Thurs. Feb. 19, 1959. p. 22.
Lorain - Arthur H. Titus died late yesterday in Shields Rest Clinic where he had been a patient since 1947.
He was born and spent most of his life on a farm, on the site of the former Beach Park, Avon Lake. He then moved to Lorain where he was caretaker at the former Coliseum operated by his daughter, Mrs. Ruth Stevens.
Mr. Titus' wife, Carrie, died in 1947. Survivors are the daughter, Mrs. Stevens, Avon Lake; a granddaughter, Mrs. Marylou Kaczur, Avon Lake; two great-grandsons; a brother, Clare in Downey, Calif.; a sister, Mrs Edith Gerrost, at Shields Rest Clinic, and a niece, Mrs. Elizabeth Schaefer, Avon Lake.
Friends will be received at the Schwartz Home for Funerals from this evening until time of services tentatively set for Saturday.
The Daily Review. April 1, 1959. p. 4.
Arthur L. Titus, 42, president of Western Cargo Transportation Corp., Hayward, died yesterday shortly after being stricken by an apparent heart attack at his home, 1273 Alquire Rd., Hayward.
A native of Kansas and resident of Hayward for 20 years, Mr. Titus was a member of East Bay Lodge of Masons.
Husband of Mrs. Charlotte Titus, he was the father of Dennis, Charlene, Debra Jean, Dolores and Diane Titus and brother of Aaron R., James C., Aguilla S., Melvin E. Titus, Mrs. Norma B. Sowell and Edna Mae Titus, all of Hayward; William E. Titus, San Lorenzo, and Dewayne F. Titus, Niles. He also leaves 14 nephews and 10 nieces.
Services at 9:30 a.m. Friday from Pratt-Fijerl Mortuary, 1044 C St., Hayward, will be under auspices of East Bay Lodge F&AM.
Burial will be in Golden Gate National Cemetery.
Trenton Evening Times. Tuesday, December 16, 1919.
The funeral of Arthur Leroy Titus, who died in the St. Francis Hospital Sunday after a short illness, will be held from his late home, 316 Berwyn Avenue, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. William H. Moor, vicar of Christ Church pro-cathedral will conduct the services. Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery under direction of Clifford P. Taylor. Mr. Titus was a member of Century Council ---- Pythius Lodge No 61 Knights of Pythius and Trenton Lodge No 164 LOOM. He is survived by a wife, two sons, Arthur Leroy, Jr., and Harry Broughton Titus, a brother, Sergeant Elmer Titus and a sister, Mrs Francis Lair, of Colorado.
The North Adams Transcript. March 16, 1936. p. 3.
Arthur Rossiter Titus, senior member of A. R. Titus & Co., 32 Broadway, stock brokers, New York, died Thursday in New York hospital, 528 East Sixty-eighth street, after an emergency operation. He was 36 years old.
Mr. Titus, who lived at 538 East Eighty-ninth street, founded Titus & Co. three years ago. He formerly was with Kelley, Titus & Co., also stock brokers. He was born in Flushing, Queens, a son of the late Charles E. Titus and Estelle Rossiter Titus. He attended Kent school, at Kent, Ct., and in 1918 joined the Students' Auxilliary Training Corps at Williams College. Williamstown, Mass. He entered the United States Military Academy at West Point in the fall of 1918, but left early in 1920 and returned to Williams, where he was graduated in 1921.
Surviving are his mother and his wife.
The Portsmouth Times. Wednesday, October 17, 1934. p. 12.
Word was received here today of the death of Arthur Titus, 60, son of S. O. Titus, who died Oct. 4. Mr. Titus died at his home in Dover, N. H. , today at 5:20 a. m., following an extended illness.
He was formerly a shoe manufacturer of this city and was associated with his father in the shoe business here, where the family resided for many years. He was connected with the Star Shoe Co. and with the Selby Shoe Co.
Mr. Titus was educated in the schools of this city and was graduated from Portsmouth High School in 1892. He was united in marriage to Miss Bessie Hall of this city who preceded him in death in 1927. He later remarried.
He is survived by his wife and two daughters, Mrs. Grace Stroth and Mrs. Helen Meader of Dover.
The bodies of Mr. Titus and S. O. Titus will arrive here Saturday noon and burial will take place in Greenlawn cemetery under the direction of Windel Howland.
Mrs. Titus and Mr. and Mrs. Meader will accompany the bodies to this city.
The Portsmouth Herald. Wednesday Evening, January 19, 1949. p. 3.
Arthur Titus, 68, of High street, Exeter, an employe of an Exeter-Hampton Electric Company for 44 years, died last night in Exeter hospital.
He was born Nov. 14, 1880, in Lowell, Mass., the son of Henry and Katherine Titus.
He leaves his wife, Mrs Maude (Chapman) Titus, and a daughter, Mrs. Robert Reid, and a granddaughter, Carolyn Reid, of Rehoboth, Mass.
Great Bend Daily Tribune. Friday, January 24, 1958. p. 2.
Mrs. Audrey Belle Titus, 52, Hutchinson resident died Thursday night at St. Rose hospital a spokesman for Bryant Fryberger Mortuary reported Friday.
Mrs. Titus had been a patient at the hospital since July and had been in ill health for three years. Before her illness Mrs. Titus was employed with a food company in Hutchinson for 16 years. Her husband died in 1948.
Survivors include her father, Frank L. Lehr, Hutchinson, four brothers, Eldon, Great Bend, G L Lehr, Newton, and V L Lehr and J M Lehr, bith of Hutchinson and a sister, Mrs. Russell (Thelma) Easters, Platt.
Services will be held in Hutchinson.
The Hopewell Herald. Wednesday, February 17, 1943. p. 1.
The funeral service for Mrs. Augusta Lanning Titus was held at the home of her son-in-law, George F. Batzle, 30 Maple Terrace, Maplewood. Burial was in Pennington. Mrs Titus died a few days ago after an illness of six months,
Born in Pennington, Mrs. Titus had lived in Bayonne for 30 years before moving to Maplewood. She leaves a granddaughter, Vivian Batzle, of the Maplewood address.
The Newport Mercury and Weekly News. Friday, December 12, 1947. p. 3.
Augustin C. Titus, 51, area supervisor for Newport and Bristol Counties for the state department of public welfare and formerly associated with his father, the late Harry A. Titus, in the A. C. Titus Company, furniture dealers, died Sunday afternoon of a heart ailment at the Newport Hospital. He had been a patient there for a month.
Mr. Titus had been in relief work most of the last 15 years, receiving his permanent appointment as a state supervisor in 1942. Prior to this work, he was with his father in the furniture business in the building erected by the Balley heirs in 1853 and now occupied by the Boston Store. His father, who headed the firm for 30 years, died in 1931.
Named for his grandfather, who founded the furniture business and who died in 1901, Mr. Titus was born in Salem, Mass., July 18, 1896. He came to Newport with his family in 1905, attending the public schools. He was a member of the Class of 1914 at Rogers High, which he left to attend the Leonard Preparatory School in New York when he obtained an alternate appointment to Annapolis in 1914.
Later he attended Worcester Institute of Technology and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. While at the latter he was inducted into the army in the first World war. He became an instructor in the Bliss Electrical School in Washington. After the war he joined his father in business.
He was a past master of St. Paul's Lodge, F. and AA. M., and belonged to the Rhode Island Chapter, Sons of the Revolution.
In 1921 he married Miss Florence V. Barr, daughter of Lieutenant and Mrs. Harold V. Barr, who survives, as do two daughters, Mrs. Barbara Titus Holzmann of Detroit and Anne Titus, a student at Rogers; a granddaughter, Barbara Anne Holzmann; his mother, Mrs Helen Farquhar Titus; and a sister, Miss Helen L. Titus of Hollywood, Cal.
Services for Augustin C. Titus, of Kay street, state welfare supervisor, were held Tuesday at the Hambly Funeral Home with the Rev. William Murray Bradner, rector of Trinity Church, officiating. Interment will be in the family plot at North Haverhill, N. H. Honorary bearers included Gordon D. Oxx, Lewis B. Plummer, A. Crocker Landers, John Davis Feltham, Henry S. Wheeler, John J. Dannin, John J. Murphy, A, Hartley G. Ward, Harold Wennberg of Providence and Samuel F. Tyler of Brookline, Mass.
Newport Daily News. Thursday, July 22, 1976. p. 2.
Mrs. Avis E. Titus, 71, of 48 Rogers Lane, Middletown, a retired telephone operator, died yesterday afternoon at Newport Hospital after a long illness. She was the widow of John C. Titus.
Mrs Titus was recently a participant of radio talk shows. She was a member of Trinity Church and the Order of the Eastern Star and served as matron twice.
In her youth she was famous for her long distance swimming.
She worked for 30 years as a telephone operator with the N.E. Telephone Co. and retired in 1959. She was the first president of the local chapter of the Telephone Pioneers of America.
Born in Newport Oct. 17, 1904, she was a daughter of the late Eric and Matilda Olsson Edin.
She leaves two sons, John R. Titus of Newport and Donald P. Titus of Waldorf, Md.; a daughter, Mrs. Joan Barnes of Colorado Springs, Colo.; a sister, Mrs Frank Stoddard of National City, Calif.; and 13 grandchildren.
A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in Trinity Church. Burial will be in Island Cemetery here.
The Daily News. Thursday, May 13, 2004. p. C2.
BACLIFF - Ben J. Titus died May 11, 2004. He was a member of League City Friends Church, and a Master Mason in Warsaw, Indiana. He also served in the Army Air Corp in WWII.
He is survived by his wife Jean Titus of Bacliff; his two daughters Barbara Graves and husband Robert of Santa Fe, Texas, Bonnie Magid and husband Steve of Ft. Myers, Florida; his son Barry Titus and wife Amy of Indianapolis, Indiana; his sisters, Nellie Robison and husband Roger of Atwood, Indiana and Wylan Smith and husband Jerry of Winona Lake, Indiana; brothers Ted Titus and wife Wanda of Leander Wyoming, Mary Titus of Warsaw, Indiana, the widow of the late Ned Titus, also Don Titus and his wife, Carol of Nappanee, Indiana; grandchildren Elizabeth, Ben Rachel Titus of Indianapolis, Nonda Meng of Orlando Florida, Todd Graves of Alvin, Jason Graves of Pearland, Laura Wikle of Santa Fe, Michael Magid of California; great grandchildren Conor, Andrew, Jackie Meng of Orlando, Florida, Austin and Baily Graves of Pearland, Jordan, Spencer, Carson Graves of Alvin, Victoria Graves of Santa Fe.
Visitation is Thursday, May 13, 2004, at Forest Park East Funeral Home from 5 p.m. till 8 p.m. Funeral service will be Friday, May 14, 2004, at 12:30 p.m. at Forest Park East Funeral Home with interment to follow at Forest Park East Cemetery.
The Free Press. Saturday, April 17, 1915.
The death of B. E. Titus, an old time Adams county man, occurred April 5th, near Sulphur, S. D. He had gone for a walk to a neighbor residing a mile and a half distant in the forenoon and when evening came and the old gentleman failed to return home inquiry was made at the place where he had visited, but was found that he had started for home. Now thououghly alarmed the neighbors joined in searching parties with the relatives and not till Wednesday morning was his body found. He was found in a small ravine or ditch, which he had undoubtedly fallen into, and was in a partially sitting position with his head resting on one hand, as though asleep or resting. But the old gentleman had passed to the beyond, seemingly without a struggle. The body was brought to Brooks, his old home, where the funeral was held Sunday at the Brooks Christian Church and was conducted by Rev. Hugh C. Guy, pastor of the Christian Church of this city. Interment was made in the Methodist church cemetery. Benjamin E. Titus was born August 12, 1831, near Thornton, Ind., and was aged 83 years, 7 months and 24 days. In 1840 deceased came to Iowa and settled in Page county where he was married to Miss Elizabeth Green in 1864. Seven children were born to them, one son dying in infancy. The living children are Mrs. Lina Warner, Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. J. W. Peregrine, Long Beach, Calif.; Miss Emma Titus, Mrs. Edgar Peregrine, Ben Titus residing near Sulphur, the latter children with whom he made his home. On leaving the farm near Brooks where he lived from 1882 until 1901, he removed to Brooks where he lived four years. He resided a short time in Nebraska, when he went to live at the homes of his children near Sulphur where his death occurred. His wife died August 21, 1891. Mr Titus was a highly respected gentleman and counted his friends by the score. He was a charter member of the Brooks Christian church of which denomination he was a steadfast believer.
The Denton Record-Chronicle. Thursday, July 18, 1974. p. 2.
Memorial services for Bernice Titus, 58, of Hollywood, Calif., will be held at 2:30 p.m. Friday in Denton and North Hollywood. Denton services will be held at the Cindy Nichols Chapel of the First Baptist Church. The Rev. Dr. L. L. Armstrong will officiate.
Mrs. Titus died in the Motion Picture and T.V. Hospital in Woodland, Calif. Tuesday after an extended illness. She is the former Bernice Rice.
Survivors include her husband, Jack Titus of Hollywood; her mother, Mrs. B. B. Rice of Denton; one brother, B. Bennett Rice of Denton, one niece and nephew.
The Santa Fe New Mexican. Saturday, November 27, 1937. p. 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Titus are the proud parents of a baby daughter born Friday, Nov. 19. Mrs Titus and daughter are at the home of her mother, Mrs. R. L. Childers.
The Salina Journal. Sunday, June 21, 1953. p. 5.
Mrs. Bertha Mae Titus, 502 Martin, died in a Kalamazoo, Mich. hospital at 6 am Saturday.
Mrs. Titus was stricken with a cerebral hemorrhage while visiting a nephew, Stephen Titus, in Galesburg, Mich.
She was 79 years old.
Born in Coffeyville, Mrs. Titus was a resident of Salina for many years. Her husband, William P. Titus, died in 1949.
Mrs. Titus was a member of the Eastern Star and Rebekah lodge and was a member of the Methodist church.
Survivors include a son, J. C. Moffett, Chicago, Ill.; and a daughter, Mrs. Olive Grospitch, now moving from Salina to Cleveland, O.
Funeral services will be held at 2 pm Tuesday at the Guy R. Ryan and Sons mortuary with the Rev, W. O. Mulvaney officiating. Burial will be in the Brookville cemetery.
Idaho State Journal. Thursday, January 29, 1953. p. 19.
RUPERT - Funeral services will be conducted here Saturday at 2 p.m. for Beryl B. Titus, pioneer Rupert banker and mayor.
Mr. Titus died Sunday morning at a hospital in Phoenix after an operation. Services will be at the Christian church with Rev. Rax Lawson officiating.
Mr. Titus was born at Fairfield, Neb., June 1, 1883. He was married to Eunice Valentine in 1901, and three children were born to them: Mrs. Birdie Muse, Spangle, Wash.; Mrs. Violet Partsch, Portland, Ore., and Claire Titus of Phoenix. Six grandchildren also survive.
Besides his children and grandchildren he is survived by four sisters, Mrs. Audrey Newcombe, Mrs. D. L. Carlson, Mrs. R. A. Whitley, all of Rupert; and Mrs. Clara Durant, Palo Alto, Calif; three brothers, D. B. Titus of Sacramento, Cliff Titus of Wichita, Kan., and Roy L. Titus of Burley.
Mr. Titus came to Idaho in 1912 and was associated with his father and brother in the First National Bank of Rupert. In later years he engaged in the garage business here, and then was associated with the Federal Land Bank, making his headquarters at Idaho Falls and Twin Falls. At one time he served as mayor of Rupert.
He was a member of the Christian Church, and a past member of the Rotary Club. Some years ago he moved to Boise and engaged in the real estate business. He retired about a year ago, and returned to Rupert.
He was visiting his son Claire, in Phoenix at the time of his death.
Burial will be at the Rupert cemetery. Goodman mortuary is directing the funeral arrangemants.
The Emporia Daily Gazette. Saturday, January 31, 1942. p. 2.
Cottonwood Falls, Jan. 31 - Miss Betty Lu Titus, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Titus of Cottonwood Falls, died at 5:30 o'clock this morning after a few days' illness. Miss Titus was graduated last spring from Kansas State College and had been teaching home economics this school year at Augusta High School.
Funeral arrangements have not been made.
Miss Titus is survived by her parents; a sister, Mrs. Elmore Stout and her grandmother, Mrs. F. A. Titus, of Cottonwood Falls.
The Post. Monday, August 6, 1979. p. A-6.
Mr. Blair S. Titus, 73, a well-known retired farmer of Adamstown, died Saturday, Aug. 4, at Frederick Memorial Hospital.
Born in Frederick County on July 8, 1906, he was a son of the late William and Helena Heater Titus, and the husband of Virginia Wenner Titus.
Mr. Titus was a member of the Carroll Manor Grange, Tuscarora Gun Club and the Heart of Maryland Motorcycle Club and was an active worker in the Senior Citizens Club of Point of Rocks.
Surviving, besides his wife, are one daughter, Mrs. Matilda Heavilin, Cadiz, Ohio; three grandchildren, Blair Heavilin, Brent Heavilin and Brooke Heavilin; and one great-granddaughter, Nichole Marie Heavinil.
Funeral services will be held 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 7, at the Brown Funeral Home in Lovettsville, Va. The Rev. Michael W. Kretsinger will officiate. Interment will be in Union Cemetery, Leesburg, Va. There will be no viewing.
Winona Daily News. Tuesday, March 6, 1973. p. 17a.
Mrs. Bridget F. Titus, 86, St. Anne Hospice, formerly of 753 E. Broadway, died at the Hospice at 6:15 p.m. Monday.
The former Bridget F. Cierzan, she was born here Oct. 3, 1886 to John and Josephine Blaskowski Cierzan. She was married to Alberto Titus in Chicago in 1928. He died in 1963. She moved to Chicago in the 1920's, later lived in Wilwaukee and returned to Winona in 1955. She was a member of St. Stanislaus Church, its Rosary Society and St. Helens Guild.
Survivors are: one brother, Cyprian Cierzan, Milwaukee, and one nephew, William Cierzan, Winona.
Funeral services will be at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at Borzyskowski Mortuary and at 10 a.m. at St. Stanislaus Church, the Rev. Donald Grubisch officiating. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery.
Friends may call Wednesday from 2 to 4 and after 6: 30 p.m. at the funeral home, where the rosary will be said by the Rosary Society and St. Helens Guild at 6:45 p.m. and Fr. Grubisch will lead a wake service at 8:30 p.m.
The Lawton Constitution. Tuesday, September 16, 1969. p. 4.
Services for Buddy Titus, 31, Spencer, who died Sunday morning from injuries suffered in an auto accident, are pending at Miller's Mortuary.
A resident of Spencer for four years, he was a member of the Marine Corps Reserve.
Survivors include his wife, Helen, and three daughters, Tina, Linda Kaye and Cynthia Marie, all of Snyder; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Shaw; one sister, Mary Shaw; five brothers, Cleothus Titus, Nathanial Shaw, Freddie Shaw, and LaVerne Shaw, all of 1605 McKinley in Lawton.
Syracuse Post-Standard. Tuesday, Sept. 30, 1980. p. C-2.
AUBURN - Mrs. C. Louise Titus, 97, of 58 Lake Ave., widow of Ray Titus, died Monday at Auburn Memorial Hospital.
Born in Fair Haven, she lived in Auburn most of her life and was employed for nine years as a stenographer for the New York Central Freight System.
Mrs Titus graduated from Auburn Academic High School in 1902 and Rochester Business School in 1903. She was the oldest person with membership at the First United Methodist Church.
Surviving is one daughter, Mrs. E. James (Barbara) Francis of Aurelius, one grandson, Glenn A. Francis of Navarino, three great-grandchildren and one niece.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Langham Funeral Home, East Genesee Street, the Rev, Herbert Loomis, pastor of the First United Methodist Church, officiating.
Burial will be in Fort Hill Cemetery.
There will be no calling hours. Memorial contributions may be made to the First United Methodist Church.
The Oelwein Daily Register. Oct. 28, 1949. p. 2.
Mrs. Elma Ross received word of the death of her brother-in-law Carl Titus, who died at the home of his sister in Rupert, Idaho, on Thursday. Burial services were held at Watsonville, Cal., Sunday where Mr. and Mrs. Titus made their home until the death of Mrs. Titus, who was formerly Velmah Shambaugh. Mrs. Titus was born in Arlington, attended Arlington school and has many relatives here.
The Brainerd Daily Dispatch. Saturday, August 11, 1934.
Mrs. Caroline Warren, sister of Frank Titus, of Brainerd, and formerly a local resident, died at Fairport, N. Y., several days ago, according to word received by relatives here.
Mrs. Warren will be remembered here as Caroline Titus and for many years taught school here.
Also surviving her are a son, Donald, of Rochester, a sister, Mrs. I. W. Rathbun, of Boston, and four brothers, Frank Titus, of Brainerd, Harry Titus and William Titus, of Bemidji, and Claude Titus, of International Falls.
"For 15 years Mrs. Warren was director of Filene's restaurant and its early success which it has enjoyed through the years was attributed to the foundation work she laid," according to newspaper clippings.
After her many years with Filene's she went to Vienna and other European cities where she made an intensive study of foods, their preparation and service. Since then she has directed the cuisine of many prominent places.
Pharos-Tribune. Tuesday, Jul. 2, 1991. p. A2
Carolyn G. Samuels, 48, of 2206 Jefferson St., died at 10:22 a.m. Monday in Memorial Hospital.
Born June 13, 1943, in Continental, Ohio, she was the daughter of William and Lucille Adams Titus. On. Oct. 7, 1961, she was married to Norman Samuels, who survives.
She was a homemaker.
Also surviving are one son, Greg, Logansport, one daughter, Susan Berkshire, Logansport; four brothers, Kenneth Titus, Galveston, Joe Titus, Walton, and Richard and James Titus, both of Kokomo; one sister, Linda Whiteman, Lafayette; and one grandson.
Threei brothers and two sisters preceded in death.
Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in Fisher Funeral Chapel, with Major Tom Sillanpa officiating. Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery.
Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. today in the funeral chapel.
The Lima News. Monday, May 7, 1962. p. 2.
FOREST - Mrs. Carrie (Titus) Shaner, 88, Rt. 1, Forest, died at 5:15 p.m. Sunday at her home after an illness of two years.
She was born in Hardin County April 9, 1874. Her parents were John and Mary Rebecca (Gardner) Deerwester. She was a lifetime resident of Hardin County.
She was a member of the Methodist Church at Big Springs. She married Charles Titus in 1892 and he died in 1931. She married Carry Shaner and he died in 1952.
She is survived by five sons, Fred Titus of Rt. 1, Forest; Jay Titus of Kenton; Lewis Titus of Wapakoneta; Kenneth Titus of Springfield and Manley Titus of Lafayette. Two daughters, Mrs. Altha Hurfman of Bellefontaine and Mrs. Lillian Meeker of Wapakoneta; a sister, Mrs. Lizzie Lyons of Bucyrus; 23 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren also survive. One son and one daughter preceded her in death.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Myrl D. Hull Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Rushsylvania Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home.
Newport Mercury And Weekly News. Friday, Oct. 10, 1930. p. 5.
Mrs. Catherine (Ehrhardt) Titus, wife of John F. Titus of 11 Old Fort road, died at an early hour this morning at the Newport Hospital. She was born in Newport 67 years ago, a daughter of Ludwig and Anna Ehrhardt, and had spent the most of her life in Newport, where she had a wide circle of friends. She is survived by her husband, a daughter, Mrs Jennie Williston, now in the Canal Zone; a son, J. Crocker Titus of New York; three sisters, Mrs. Robert F. Stoddard, Mrs. Emma S. Weaver and Mrs. Fred Goodwin, and five brothers, Louis, Otto, George; Charles and William Ehrhardt.
Trenton Evening Times. Saturday, March 20, 1939. p. 12.
Mrs. Catherine Nevius Titus, wife of Benjamin B. Titus, who died Wednesday at her home in Jersey City, was buried from the Calvary Baptist Church, Hopewell, this morning at 10:15 o'clock. Interment was made in Highland Cemetery, Hopewell.
The Post-Standard. Thursday, February 10, 2005. p. B-4.
Catherine "Cat" Titus, 64, of Syracuse, passed away Tuesday. She was born in Sanford, FL and had been a resident of Syracuse most of her life where she was a homemaker. Predeceased by her father, James Edwards; brothers Robert and Jake Edwards; sister-in-law, Patricia Edwards; grandmother, Rosalee Jones; niece, Doris Coleman.
Survivors: Her daughter, Aronda Renee (Hilton) Jackson- er, Alma M. Edwards; sister, Virginia Tyler-Jackson of Syracuse; two sisters-in-law, Joyce and Wendy Edwards both of Syracuse; godbrother, Charles Buie of Syracuse, several nieces, nephews, cousins and friends; two grandchildren, Antony Agee, Jr. of Syracuse and Jaleel Sirman of Rochester, one great-grandson, Anthony Agee, III of Syracuse.
Funeral Service Saturday 11:30 a.m. at Four Square Gospel Church of God in Christ. Calling hours Friday 4 to 7 p.m. at the church, 218 Webster Avenue, Syracuse, NY.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Diebetes Association, and/or Alcohol Anonymous.
Tuscon Daily Citizen. Saturday Evening, July 20, 1963. p. 36.
Shober, Cecelia E., 42, 2926 N. Baxter, died July 19. Survived by husband George; daughters, Carol, Marie and Mrs. Patricia Marshall; son, George; brothers, George, John Michael and Joseph; sisters, Margaret Titus, Elizabeth Titus, Loretta De Lecy, Anna Hoffman and Gertrude Sommerness; 1 grandchild. Arrangements to be announced by Adair Funeral Home.
Trenton Evening Times. Monday, May 23, 1921. p. 4.
Glen Moore. May 23 - Mrs. Charity E. Titus, widow of Livingston Titus, died Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Barton of Elmira, N. Y. She was 67 years old and is survived by three daughters, Mrs. George Barton, Mrs. John Crawford, both of Elmira, and Mrs. Elizabeth Gallena of this place and two sons, Wellington Titus and Harry L. Titus, both of this place.
The funeral will be held from her home here Tuesday afternoon at 1.30 o'clock. Services will be conducted in the Pennington Presbyterian Church at 2.30 o'clock. Interment will be in the Pennington Cemetery under direction of Blackwell.
Albuquerque Journal. August 27, 1958. p. 4.
SANTA FE - Funeral services for Charles C. Titus, 75, former president of the Espanola State Bank, will be held at 2:30 p. m. today in the Memorial Chapel with the Rev. James B. Bell officiating.
Titus died Monday in Santa Fe after an illness of several weeks.
He came to Espanola 40 years ago from Denver. In 1927 he and Clarence K. Brahar bought the Espanola State Bank, which Titus served as president until 1937, the year he retired.
The body will be sent to Southhampton, Pa., for burial.
The Lowell Sun. Thursday, October 22, 1931. p. 3.
Charles E. Titus, a resident of Dalton road, Chelmsford, died yesterday at the Lowell General hospital, aged 88 years, 10 months and 9 days. He was a native of Methuen and was a Civil war veteran. Entering the service at the age of 18 with Co. A, 26th regiment, Massachusetts infantry, on Sept. 14, 1861, he was mustered into active service Oct. 18 of the same year and served three years as a private. Following his discharge at the end of his three-year enlistment period, Mr. Titus again enlisted Jan. 1, 1864 and on Aug. 26, 1865, he received his honorable discharge. He leaves one son, Harry Titus of Chelsea; a sister, Mrs. Julia Ann Richardson of West Fairlee, Vt., also, several grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins. The body was removed to the rooms of Bennett, White & Roy, 236 Westford street.
The Daily Times. Thurs., Mar. 14, 1972. p. 7.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. in the Holloway Funeral Home for Charles F. Titus, 68, of 413 Priscilla St., a retired construction worker. Mr. Titus had moved to Salisbury sometime ago from Snow Hill. He died Sunday in Peninsula General Hospital after a long illness.
The Rev. Herbert Gladden of the Hebron United Methodist Charge will officiate. Interment will be in Parsons Cemetery.
Mr. Titus was born in New York City, and was the son of the late Edward H. and Emilie Fischer Titus.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Eleanor B. Titus; two children, Mrs. William D. Long and Miss Jane B. Titus, both of Salisbury; 10 grandchildren and a sister Mrs. Haydock Miller, Englewood, N. J.
Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday from 10 to 11 a.m.
The Hayward Review. Thursday, November 9, 1944. p. 4.
Charles Russell Titus, 86, of San Leandro, died Nov. 7. He was the husband of Minnie Georgian Titus; father of Mrs. Maude Shrode, Santa Barbara; Mrs. Jean Townley of Hollywood; Mrs. Ruby Kinslow, Pasadena; Mrs. Faye Norris, Los Angeles.
He is survived by three grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. He was a native of New York.
Funeral services will be held from the Ashland Presbyterian church Friday, Nov. 10, at 2 p.m. Friends may call at the Sorenson Bros Chapel until noon Friday/ Interment will be held in Evergreen Cemetery.
News-Tribune. Sun., Sept. 27, 1953. p. 16.
Mrs. Paul Jeffers received word this week of the birth of her first grandchild, a daughter born to her son and his wife, AC/2 and Mrs. Charles S. Titus Monday. The young couple are living in Morroco, North Africa, where Mr. Titus is attached to the Air Force and where the baby was born. She weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces.
Evening Observer. Saturday, January 2, 1971. p. 4.
PORTLAND - Charles Titus, 89, of West Main road, died Friday evening at the Chautauqua County Home and infirmary. He was an exempt fireman of the Portland fire department.
Born Sept. 17, 1881 in Tryonville, Pa., he was the son of Nahum and Emma Jones Titus. He had lived in this area most of his life and was a member of the Congregational Church of Portland.
Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Emma Hanson of Portland; Mrs, Leona Barrows Crete of Nebraska; Mrs. Naomi Newton of Randolph; a son, Charles Titus of Plant City, Fla.; 12 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, Flossie Roosa Titus in 1959, a daughter, Jeanette Pettit and a brother, Oscar Titus.
Globe-Gazette. Dec. 4, 1956. p. 25.
SHEFFIELD - Funeral services for Charles Titus, 76, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Wartnaby Funeral Home here. The Rev. J. A. Ogden will be in charge. Burial will be in the Sheffield Cemetery.
Mr. Titus died Monday. He had been bedfast for the past four years.
He was born Feb. 23, 1880, at Dumont. He was married to Margaret McClemons in 1899. They farmed near Dumont and Dougherty until 1933, when they came to Sheffield.
Surviving are five children, Mrs. Earl Burns, Rockwelll; Mrs. Nick Cunningham, Mrs Lee Jones, Mrs. Carl Eckhardt and William Titus, all of Sheffield; a sister, Mrs. Oliver Stubbe, Dumont, and a brother, Joseph Titus, Los Angeles, Calif.
His wife died Oct. 15, 1950.
San Antonio Express. Sunday Morning, March 16, 1930. p. 14C.
Funeral services for Capt. Charles W. Titus, 69, of 328 West Mistletoe, retired United States Army officer, and a deputy clerk in the office of the Bexar County clerk, will be held Monday afternoon. Rev. Philip Cone Fletcher, pastor of the Laurel Heights Methodist Church, will officiate, assisted by Rev. Rolfe P. Crum, rector of St. Mark's Episcopal Church. Captain Titus died Friday night at the Station Hospital, Fort Sam Houston.
Survivors are his widow, Mrs Delta Wright Titus, a daughter, Mrs. O. C. Fegan of Manila, Philippine Islands; a son, Wright Riley Titus of San Antonio; a sister, Mrs. Maude Jones of South Bend, Ind., and a brother, Harry Titus of Smithsboro, Ill.
Captain Titus was of Scotch parentage. His grandfather was the founder of Titusville, Pa.
He came to Texas in 1889 and served in the army of the United States for 30 years. He received a commission in the Officers' Reserve Corps Jan. 5, 1924.
In February, 1920, Captain Titus was married to Mrs. Delta Wright Riley who was formerly Delta Wright, sister of Fire and Police Commissioner Phil Wright, Martin Wright and Mrs. George Surkey.
The deceased was a member of the Travis Park Methodist Church. He was an active member of many Masonic bodies, and was past commander of San Antonio Commandery No. 7, Knights Templar, a charter member and the first junior warden of Army Lodge No. 1105 A. P. & A. M., and later became one of its past masters. Captain Titus was a member of the Alzafar Shrine Temple, having ------- from Lulu Temple in Philadelphia.
Active pallbearers at the funeral Monday will be C. M. Rylander, J. E. Turner, H. M. Snyder, Col. R. H. Rolfe, Capt. Bernard Leonard and Maj. Max Weinberger.
The Lima News. November 19, 1940. p. 4.
Kenton - Nov. 19 - Funeral services for Chester Arthur Titus, 54, of Big Springs, will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Big Springs Medhodist church with Rev. A. E. Olliver in charge. Burial will be in the Rushsylvania cemetery.
Titus died Monday at the home of Mrs. Maude Johnson after a week's illness of pneumonia. He was born near Big Springs on April 11, 1886, and was a carpenter by trade. He never was married.
Surviving are four brothers, Albert Titus of East Liberty, George Titus of Big Springs, Lansen Titus of Bellefontaine, and Samuel Titus of Kenton.
Joplin Globe, Friday, July 15, 1932. p. 2.
Miami, Okla., July 14. - Mrs. C. T. Slavens, who resides one mile south of Miami, has returned from Concordia, Kan., where she was called last week to attend the funeral of her son, Chester James Titus, who died in a sanatarium at Norton. Titus was a professional baseball player, having played with Shawnee in the Western Association, Danville, Ill., in the Three-Eye League and with the Concordia Travelers. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Pauline Titus; a daughter Patty Lou, 3 years old; his mother and six sisters.
Pharos-Tribune. Sunday, January 25, 1998. p. A2.
Services for Christopher O. Wilson, 32, of 1022 17th St., will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in Kroeger Funeral Home.
Mr. Wilson died at 2:15 a.m. Saturday in an accident on Southeast River Road, west of Cass County Road 325E.
Born Sept. 12, 1965, in Logansport, he was the son of Everett O. and Bonnie L. Titus Wilson.
He was self-employed in construction and a member of the Sons of the American Legion Post 60.
He enjoyed the love he and his fiancee, Kimberly Wilson, shared with their son, Christopher Owen Jr., and her two children, Shannon Nicole Dillion and Travis Eugene Wilson. All three children survive at home.
Also surviving are five brothers, Duwayne Titus and his wife, Paula, Everett O., Gregory T., Steven Wesley and James Eric Wilson, all of Logansport, two half brothers, James Everett Wilson, Steele, Mo., and Harold Dean Wilson, Texas; two half sisters, Billie Sue Wilson, Steele, Mo., and Deb Wilson, Logansport. and several nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles.
The Rev. Donald Ruhl will officiate at the services. Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Monday in the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Christopher Owen Jr. Trust Fund, care of the Kroeger Funeral Home.
Joplin Globe. Wednesday, February 16, 1949. p. 6.
Above is Mrs. Cliff K. Titus, who became the bride of the former widely known Joplin man last Saturday in her home at Garnett, Kan. Mrs. Titus, the former Mrs. Merle Dalton, was a younger sister of Mr. Titus' first wife, who died in Joplin last March. Mr. Titus has resigned his position as public relations director of the Missouri State Chamber of Commerce, and he and Mrs. Titus will make their home in Garnett.
The Post-Standard. Wednesday, May 21, 2003. p. B-4.
Clara E. Garlow, 91, of Jamesville, New York died Tuesday. She is the widow of the late Peter Garlow Sr. who died in 1986. Mrs. Garlow is survived by four daughters, Joan Brayman, Sharon Grabosky, Linda Crolick all of Jamesville and Barbara Titus of Iva, SC; two sons, Peter E. of Syracuse and Steven P. Garlow of Cleveland, NY; 19 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Calling hours will be 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the Fairchild & Meech DeWitt Chapel, 3690 Erie Blvd. E. A private graveside service will be in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Jamesville. Contributions may be made to The Jamesville Fire Dept.
The News. Wednesday, January 28, 1959. p. 2.
Mrs Clara O. Titus of 16 Bradford Ave., widow of Allen C. Titus, died yesterday at her home after a long illness. She was 75.
She was born in Newport, the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. William S. Jones. Her father established the firm of E. D. Jones & Son, a meat rendering company, which later was operated by her husband from 1918 until he sold it in 1947 to the Consolidated Rendering Co. of Providence.
Mrs. Titus was a member of St. Paul's Methodist Church and of its women's societies.
Surviving is a daughter, Miss Clara Agnes Titus of Providence.
Services will be held Friday at 3 p.m. in the Hambly Funeral Home with the Rev. David Carter, pastor of St. Paul's Church officiating. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery in Portsmouth.
New Castle, PA. News. Saturday, August 13, 1966. p. 2.
A service for Clarence Edward Titus, 60, of Hawthorne, Fla., was conducted at 10 a.m. today in the William - Thomas Funeral Chapel, Gainesville, Fla.
Burial was in the Arlington Cemetery, Jacksonville, Fla.
Mr. Titus died at home Tuesday after an illness.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Coral C. Titus; his mother, Mrs. Bessie Daniels of Sharon, Pa.; a daughter, Mrs. Carolyn May Hunt of Fort Meade, Md.; two sons, Wylie Glenn of Norman, Okla., and John Edward of Gainesville; three brothers, Harry and Leonard Titus of West Middlesex and Ralph Titus of Sharon; a sister, Mrs. John Frye of Sharon; and three grandchildren.
The Iola Register. Monday Evening, April 1, 1963. p. 2.
Funeral services for Clarence Harley Titus, brother of Myrtle Titus of Iola and a 1922 Iola High School graduate, were held this morning at the Carson Funeral Home in St. Paul, with the Rev. Vincent Hall officiating. Burial was in St. Francis Cemetery at St. Paul. Mr Titus died Saturday at age 60 in the Labette County Medical Center at Parsons: he had been seriously ill the past three weeks. A resident of St. Paul since 1941, he had worked at the Cessna Aircraft Co. in Wichita since 1940. He was born Dec. 18, 1902 in Great Bend.
Survivors besides his sister, Myrtle, include the widow, the former Lyda Carter of the home; two sons, James of Parsons and PFC Robert C. Titus, Ft. Belvoir, Va.; two daughters, Mrs Eugene Strasser, Pittsburg, and Mrs George Burkhart, St. Paul; two other sisters, Mrs. Frances Dye, Adrian, Mo., and Mrs. Lillian Foust, Kansas City, and 12 grandchildren.
The Pharos-Tribune & Press. Thursday Evening, July 25, 1968. p. 2.
Clark H. Titus, 62, of Rt. 2, city, died unexpectedly Wednesday morning at Logansport.
Born Nov. 3, 1905 in Cass County, he was the son of George and Henrietta Davis Titus. His marriage was on Jan. 7, 1953, at Gosport, to Mary Julian.
He was a member of the Eagles Lodge.
Surviving with his widow are five sons, Ronald of W. Lebanon; Joe, of 1617 Spear St.; Danny, of 424 12th St.; Larry, of 1829 E. Market St.; and Richard of 1617 Spear St.; two daughters, Mrs. Charlene Richardson of Onward and Mrs. Kaye Humphrey of Delphi; six stepsons, Thurman, Wayne, Dale and Fred Julian, all of Kalamazoo, Mich.; and Keith and Clarence Julian, both of Rt. 2, city; three stepdaughters, Mrs. Robert Bernhardt of Rt. 2, city, Mrs. James Tribbett of Burrows, and Mrs. Irene Sandlin of Kalamazoo; three sisters, Mrs Mable Prather of Bringhurst, Mrs. Margaret Duncan of Galveston, and Mrs. George Prather of Rural Route, Walton, and 18 grandchildren.
Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Fisher Funeral Home with the Rev. Ted Osgood officiating. Burial will be in Ever-Rest Memorial Park.
Friends may call after 7 p.m. today at the funeral home where Eagles services will be held at 7 p.m. Friday.
The Arizona Republic. Mon., July 26, 1965. p. 35.
Claude E. Titus, who managed the Goodyear plant at Litchfield Park during World War II, died Saturday evening in Good Samaritan Hospital. He was 60.
Mr. Titus moved to a home in Scottsdale, at 7710 E. Thornwood Drive, in 1964 from Akron, Ohio, where he was vice president of the Goodyear Co. and managing director of its plantations in Sumatra and Singapore until his retirement last year. He had served as resident director of those plantations from 1939 until 1942 and again from 1946 to 1958 when he returned to the company's headquarters in Akron.
He was a member of Arazona Chapter 1 of the Royal Arch Masons, Phoenix Commandery 3 and Masonic Lodge 517 in Akron. He also was a member of El Zaribah Shrine and the Arizona Country Club here.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. at A. L. Moore and Sons, 333 W. Adams. They will be conducted by the Masonic funeral committee. Cremation will follow at Greenwood Cemetery.
Surviving are his wife, Marie, and a sister, Mrs. Thelma Troesher of East Cleveland, Ohio.
The Brainerd Daily Dispatch. Saturday, February 26, 1938. p. 2.
Burial services will be held at Evergreen cemetery Monday afternoon for Claude Titus, former apprentice in the railroad shops here who died at a hospital in International Falls last night. The body will arrive in Brainerd early Sunday.
Mr. Titus left Brainerd several years ago and has been employed since at Bemidji and International Falls.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Emma Titus, and two brothers, W. C. and Harry Titus, and a daughter, Mrs. Frances Holler.
The Bridgeport Post. Wednesday, August 26, 1970. p. 63.
MILFORD - Services for Cleveland A. Titus, 73, of 9 Andrews avenue, Waldemere beach, retired assistant superintendent of the Sun Oil company of Bridgeport, who died Tuesday, will take place Thursday at 10 a.m. in the Milford funeral home, 256 Cherry street. A. Howard Meyers of Jehovah's Witnesses will officiate, and burial will be in Kings Highway cemetery.
Born in Wingdale, N. Y., Mr. Titus resided in Milford most of his life. He was employed by the Sun Oil company 32 years before retiring in 1953.
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Jane DeFelice Titus, a son, Cleveland A. Titus Jr., of Pelham, N. H.; two daughters, Mrs. Joseph D. Walker and Mrs. Michael Sopchak, both of Milford; and two grandsons.
Joplin News Herald, Wednesday, April 17, 1929. p. 7.
The Rev. Cliff Titus was called this morning to Rupert, Ida., by the death of his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Titus. Mrs. Titus died at her home there this morning. She visited in Joplin during the winter about three years ago.
Funeral services probably will be held there Friday, and Mr. Titus will return here next week. Surviving, besides the Joplin minister, are four other sons and four daughters.
The Sunday Capital, Local, December 19, 1993. p. D2.
Retired Navy Chief Warrant Officer Clifford Elmore "Tom" Titus, a resident of Annapolis since 1963, died yesterday of cancer at Anne Arundel Medical Center. He was 79.
Born in Los Angeles, he attended Loma Linda College. He served in the Navy for 20 years, with tours of duty aboard the USS Louisville and the USS Badoeng Strait. During World War II he was a flight officer stationed in the Aleutian Islands.
He retired from the Navy in 1959 and worked as an insurance representative to the military in France and Spain in the early 1960s. He returned to the United States and lived briefly in North Carolina before moving to Annapolis.
He also worked as an advertising manager for the Villiger newspaper, and later retired from the advertising department of Capital-Gazette Communications in 1985.
A third-degree master Mason, he was a member of Berne Lodge 724, a charter member of Sojourners Chapter in Annapolis and a member of the Fleet Reserve Club. He served as a volunteer for the Family Service Center at the Annapolis Naval Station.
He is survived by his wife, Lennis Janes Titus of Annapolis; and two daughters, Susan A. Titus of Detroit and Jeri L. Titus of Kenitra, Morocco.
Other survivors include two stepsons, Brent Toleman of Arnold, and Keith Toleman of Brea, Calif.; and a sister, Ruth E. Kelly of Tucson, Ariz. He was also the father of the late John A. Toleman, who died in 1976.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at St. Anne's Episcopal Church in Annapolis. Burial will follow at All Hallows Church Cemetery in Birdsville.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Maryland Salem Children's Trust, Lower New Germany Road, Star Route Box 60C, Frostburg, MD 21532, or to other charities.
Aiken Standard. Thursday, January 12, 2006. p. 4B.
Probate Citation. File No. 1845-67
Surrogate's Court - Saratoga County. The People of the State of New York.
By the Grace of God Free and Independent In the Matter of the Probate of the Last Will and Testament of Clyde H. Titus
TO: 1. Elizabeth Ann (Beth) McGuire (maternal 1st cousin), 702 Circle Dr., Deer Park Apts., Sidney, NY 13838.
2. "John Doe and Jane Doe" being the unknown heirs of Helen T. (Titus) Bisbee. (paternal aunt of the decedent) being the sister of Harold E. Titus, father of the decedent, and
3. "John Roe and Mary Roe" being the unknown heirs of Charles Titus (paternal uncle of the decedent) being the brother of Harold E. Titus, father of decedent, if living, and if they died subsequent to the decedent herein, their executors, administrators, legatees, devisees, assignees and successors in interest whose names and places of residence are unknown and all other heirs at law, next of kin, and distributees of Clyde H. Titus, the decedent herein, whose names and addresses are unknown and cannot, after diligent inquiry, be ascertained.
4. Attorney General of the State of New York, The Capital Albany, NY 12224.
Austin Daily Herald. Monday, November 19, 1951. p. 19.
Clyde Ray Titus, Sr., was born April 29, 1883, at Coon Rapids, Iowa, the son of James and Pauline Titus.
He moved to Austin from Marshalltown, Iowa, and on Aug. 17, 1903, married Anna H. Peterson at Webster City, Iowa.
Mr. Titus was employed as a plumber for the Scheid Co. until he became ill. He was a member of Queen of Angels parish and Local 9, Plumbers and Fitters.
Mr. Titus died at 11:45 a. m. Tuesday, Nov. 13, at his home, 609 Cleveland, after being ill about six months. Funeral services were held at 9:30 a. m. Friday, Nov 16, at Queen of Angels church, Msgr. D. A. Cunningham officiating. Burial was in the Catholic cemetery with the Mayer Funeral home in charge of arrangements.
Mr. Titus is survived by his wife, five children, Lloyd, Edward, Clyde,, Arthur and Helen (Mrs. Leo Urlick), all of Austin; 23 grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs. Will Heater (Dora), Long Beach, Calif.; Mrs. Hub Tucker (Rose), Tucson, Ariz.; Mrs. Luella Mull, Topeka, Kas.; Mrs. Guy Smith (Ann), and Mrs. James Greenlee (Glenn), Austin; and one brother, Paul Titus, Flint, Mich. He was preceded in death by a grandchild and four brothers, Charles, Ora, Albert and Carley.
Out-of-town persons attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Titus, Flint, Mich.; Mrs. Luella Mull, Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. Levi Hurst, Dupree, S. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Cy Whittlesey, Marshalltown; Martin Farrell and Harold Coleman, Minneapolis.
Joplin Globe, Sunday, October 28, 1928. p. 3.
Funeral rites for Mrs. Cora B. Stidham, 49 years old, who died at 4:15 o'clock yesterday morning at her home, 2602 Pearl avenue, will be conducted at 1:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Byers Avenue Methodist Episcopal church, Eighteenth street and Byers avenue. The Rev. M. M. Wolff, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Forest Park cemetery. Members of Zinc Rebekah lodge No. 369, of which Mrs. Stidham was a member, will conduct services at the grave. Mrs. Stidham also was a member of the Byers Avenue church. Surviving are her husband, T. B. Stidham; her mother, Mrs Rhoda Titus of Vinita, Okla., and a brother, Joe Titus of Vinita.
Idaho State Journal. Tuesday, January 4, 1977. p. 2.
Mrs. Cora Titus Cornell, 95, a longtime Pocatello resident and active civic and fraternal worker, died Monday at the home of her granddaughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kilewer, 1517 E. Elm.
She was born Oct. 23, 1881 at Blenheim, Ontario, Canada to George A. and Hattie Kelley Titus. In 1893 the family moved to Imlay City, Mich., and she received her education there.
On April 6, 1904 she married Warner Irving Cornell at Imlay City. They lived at Battle Creek, Mich. until moving to Salt Lake City in March of 1907. In 1914 they came to Pocatello where she has since lived. Mr. Cornell, former supervisor of wage schedules for the Union Pacific Railroad here, died Sep. 30, 1955.
Active in civic affairs, she served two terms on the YWCA board of directors, was an active Red Cross worker; was one of the founders of the USO program during WW II; was a member of First Congregational Church; a member of Radiant Chapter No. 61, Order of Eastern Star over 65 years, serving as worthy matron in 1940; was the first guardian of Bethel No. 1, Order of Jobs Daughters for Idaho; was a past president of the Art and Travel Club; and was a member of AARPS.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. H. Leigh (Virginia) Giffins and Mrs. John E. (Lorna Jane) Schaefer of Pocatello; eight grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren. A son Dr. G. Titus Cornell of Lewiston, died in 1974, and another son died in infancy.
Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Thursday at the First Congregational Church with the Rev. Armin Munz officiating. Ritualistic services will be conducted by Radiant Chapter No. 61, Order of Eastern Star, Judy Humphry, worthy matron, and Emmette Spraker, worthy patron.
Burial will be in Mount Moriah section of Mountainview Cemetery under the direction of Downard Funeral Home. Friends may call at Downards until time of services.
The Joplin Globe. Tuesday, March 7, 1972. p. 5B.
The father of a Joplin woman, Cornelius William Titus, 89, 1800 Forest Blvd., Tulsa Okla., died Sunday night after a brief illness.
Mr. Titus was born May 29, 1882, in Clarendon, Pa., and moved to Tulsa in 1912. His wife, Mrs. Mary O'Dessa Titus, died four years ago. An independent oil producer, he was instrumental in opening oil pools in Greenwood County, Kansas, Osage and Okfuskee Counties in Oklahoma.
He was a member of the Christ the King Church, Southern Hills Country Club and Tulsa Club.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Rosemary T. Reynolds of Joplin; two sisters, Mrs James W. Campbell of Tulsa, and Mrs. Stewart Lyon of Warren, Pa.; two brothers, George F. Titus of Washington, D.C., and Paul Smith Titus of Los Angeles, Calif., and two grandchildren.
Stanley Funeral Home is in charge of the funeral arrangements. Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. today. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Christ the King Church.
Contributions may be made to the cancer fund, heart fund or a favorite charity.
Newport Mercury. December 3, 1927. p. 1.
Mr. Crawford A. Titus, one of the oldest residents of Newport and a veteran of stage coach days, died on Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Daniel Wetherell. He was in his ninety-first year, and until about three months ago, had been active and alert. Since that time he had failed steadily, death being due to diseases incident to old age.
Mr. Titus was born in Cumberland, R. I., on March 13, 1837. He early developed a fondness for horses, and when a young man became the driver of the stage between Providence and Pawtucket. Later this was superseded by horse cars, and he drove the first car over the route.
He came to Newport in 1859, and was for a long time connected with the Ocean House stables, driving the hotel bus for a number of years. He afterward drove John H. Greene, in connection with his duties as manager of the Newport Ice Company. He retired from active employment about eleven years ago.
Hr is survived by four daughters, Mrs. E. A. Wetherell, Mrs. Daniel Wetherell, Mrs. Simeon Pike, and Mrs. Alfred M. West, and two sons, Allen G. and Benjamin W. Titus. He also leaves two sisters, Mrs. Andrew K. McMahon and Mrs. Betsey Miller, and one brother, Mrs. (sic) John F. Titus. The late Mrs. James S. Hazard was also a sister. His wife died a number of years ago.
Austin Daily Herald. Wednesday, Sept. 26, '56. p. 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Titus, a daughter, Cyndy Lou, Sept. 21, at Rochester. Mr. Titus is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Titus, 207 S. Jay.
Daily Kennebec Journal. Wednesday, July 25, 1906. p. 5.
Another of Monmouth's aged and respected citizens has passed away. Cyrus K. Titus died at his home Friday, July 20. He had been in feeble health for some time. He was born in Monmouth Aug. 6, 1828, and was a member of the Methodist church for 49 years. A widow and six children two of whom reside in Monmouth, Mrs. Evelin Robie and Mrs. Lizzie Sprague, survive.
Mountain Democrat. Monday, December 9, 1996. p. A-7.
D. Donald Titus, 52, died Dec. 5 at a Cincinnati hospital due to natural causes. He was born in Ohio. He lived in Cameron Park for the past three years.
Mr. Titus was (sic) owned his own plastic mold design business for the past 35 years. He was a graduate of Miami University of Ohio.
Mr. Titus is survived by his mother Vivian Titus of Cameron Park, brothers Rick Titus of Sacramento and Larry Titus of Placerville and sister Barbara Marsyla of Georgia.
Services will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10 at Memory Chapel. Reverend John Cress will officiate. Interment will be at Concord Cemetery in Grove City, Ohio.
Warren Ledger. Thursday, April 15, 1875.
Major Darius Titus died at his home, in Conewango, last Thursday evening, April 8th. He had been sick nearly two months, and the termination was consumption. Major Titus served in the war with distinction, and after returning, practiced law a few years then moved to his farm, where he died. He was buried in Oakland Cemetery, and his funeral took place at the Methodist Church, in this place, last Sabbath, Rev. A. J. Merchant officiating.
Evening Banner. Fri., Feb. 18, 1960.
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Mr. and Mrs. E. Sanderson Cushman of 435 East 52nd St., New York City, and Manatuck Farm, South Shaftsbury, Vt., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Elizbabeth Sanderson Cushman, to David Carpenter Titus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Titus of Villa Nova, Pa.
Miss Cushman is a graduate of Greenvale, Miss Porter's School and Vassar College and is a member of the Colony Club. She is with the National Parks Association in Washington, D.C. as director of their Student Conservation Program. Her debut was made at a dinner before the Junior Assemblies.
Miss Cushman is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Cushman of Albany and the late Colonel and Mrs. C. L. F. Robinson of Hartford, Conn., and Newport, R.I.
Mr. Titus attended Lawrenceville and is a graduate of the Phelps School and the College of William and Mary in Virginia. His grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Thorne of New York City and the late Mr. and Mrs. R. Franklin Titus of Westbury, N.Y. Mr. Titus is with the First National City Bank of New York and is a member of the Merion Cricket Club.
The Telegraph. Fri., Sept. 25, 1987. p. A-13.
David Raymond Titus, 33, died Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1987, in Houston, Texas, following a brief illness.
Born in Alton, he was the son of Ray and Phyllis Titus of Godfrey.
Titus was employed by the University of Texas at M.D. Anderson Hospital as a communications supervisor.
In addition to his parents, surviving are two sisters, Anne Landrum of Mt. View, Ark. and Patricia Watson of Sandpoint, Idaho; one brother, Mark Titus of Charlotte, N.C.; and maternal grandparents, Clarence and Frances Holdsworth of Viola.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, at the Godfrey First United Methodist Church.
Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church in Godfrey.
Beatrice Daily Sun. July 18, 1920. p. 4.
David Titus, son of Clauson and Anna Titus, was born in New York state June 27, 1838, and died at Longmont, Colo., July 11, 1920, aged 82 years and 14 days.
He moved to Wisconsin when a small boy where he resided until he cams to Nebraska. He was married to Elizabeth Gascoign in 1864. To this union were born four children, two sons and two daughters, one son dying in infancy.
He was a pioneer of Gage county, settling on a homestead west of Beatrice in 1864. His wife passed away in 1889, and at that time he lived with his children.
The surviving members of the family are Mrs. M. B. Nolan of Longmont, Colo., Mrs. William Hall of Topeka, Kas, and A. P. Titus of Beatrice. He also leaves one brother, one sister, nine grandchildren and eight great grandchildren and a host of friends.
He erected some of the first buildings in Beatrice, and owned and operated the first bakery in Beatrice. Burial was at Longmont.
The News. March 21, 1991. p. A-5.
Mr. David W. Titus, 73, of Pleasant View Nursing Home, Mount Airy, died Tuesday, March 19 at Frederick Memorial Hospital.
Born May 9, 1917, in Poolesville, he was the son of the late John F. and Annie Frye Titus.
Surviving are six children, Omendia Oness of California, Rena Flanary of Germantown, Sherry Offutt and Gail Sheppard, both of West Virginia, Ronnie Sheppard and David Sheppard, both of Mount Airy; three sisters, Elsie Ward of Silver Spring, Anna Brooks and Cindy Butler, both of Poolesville; 12 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
Friends may call from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Thursday, March 21, at the Hilton Funeral Home, 22111 Beallsville Road, Barnesville. Funeral Services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, March 22 at the funeral home. Interment will be in Monocacy Cemetery, Beallsville.
Aiken County News. Tuesday, June 24, 1997. p. 28.
Entered into rest Monday June 23, 1997. MRS. EMMA JANE PRIESTER HAWKINS died during heart surgery. Jane was a native of Sheldon, South Carolina, born November 24, 1931 to the late Judge Emmette L. and Maude Peeples Priester. She was a graduate of Columbia College, Columbia, S.C. and had been married to Richard H. (Dick) Hawkins for 44 years. They lived in Aiken since 1960. Jane is survived by her husband, a son Rick Hawkins of Athens, Georgia, a daughter Debra Titus of Dayton, Ohio, four grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Evelyn Crosby and Mrs. Vivian McKinney, both of Columbia. For nearly 30 years, Jane was an avid tennis player in Aiken and was especially proud of having once placed in second in S.C. Women's doubles competition. She authored the genealogy book, Priester-Peeples, Lives and Legends, that traces her family's history since before the American Revolution. She taught children's Sunday school at Aiken's First Baptist Church for a number of years and in recent years was enthusiastic collector of yo-yos and toys. A memorial service is planned for Wednesday, June 25, at 11:00 AM at the Aiken First Baptist church conducted by Dr. Fred Andrea and Dr. Terry Pelle. Family visitation will be in the church parlor following the service. Contributions are suggested in Jane's memory to the Aiken First Baptist church in lieu of flowers sent to P.O. Box 3157, Aiken, S.C. 29802. RIVERS FUNERAL HOME, 715 EAST PINE LOG ROAD, AIKEN, S.C. 29803.
The Huronite and The Daily Plainsman. Thursday, February 26, 1948. p. 3.
Dempster K. Titus, retired Chicago & North Western Railway engineer, died about 3 a.m. today in St. John's Hospital here.
Mr. Titus, born in Conrad, Ia., Oct. 8, 1875, was married to Myrtle Whipkey at Rock Rapids, Ia., Aug. 21, 1906. After their marriage they moved to Huron and Mr. Titus entered the employ of the C&NW Railway, where he worked until his retirement in 1941. The year after that Mr. and Mrs. Titus resided on the west coast, returning to Huron in 1943 and in 1944 they moved to Rock Rapids, Ia., where he lived until he was returned to Huron by ambulance last Sunday to enter St. John's Hospital.
He was a member of the Masonic Lodge at Pierre, of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers.
Surviving him are the widow, a half sister who lives in Los Angeles, a niece who also lives there and a nephew who is in the navy serving in Japan. He was preceded in death by one daughter, who died in infancy.
Funeral arrangements were incomplete today.
The Sun. Apr. 3, 1973. p. 3.
PARKER - Memorial services for Deryl D. Titus, 69, were held Monday at the Parker Funeral Home, with the Rev. Roy Riggs officiating.
Burial will be in the Union Cemetery at Columbus, Ohio. Born in Big Springs, Ohio, Titus died here Saturday of an apparent heart attack while helping to fight a trailer fire. He was a retired field advisor for the state of Arizona and moved to Parker five years ago, residing at Castle Rock Shores.
Titus is survived by his wife, Harriette of the home; and a brother, Paul of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Pharos-Tribune. Tuesday, May 13, 1986. p. 2.
Diamond Nicole Titus, infant daughter of James D. and Pam Birnell Titus, 814 Vine St., died at 10:33 p.m. Sunday in Memorial Hospital.
She was born Sunday at Memorial Hospital.
Surviving with the parents are a brother, Dewey Scott, at home; paternal grandfather, Gary Gene Titus, 1416 Balsam St.; paternal grandmother, Kathleen L. Geddis, 1323 High St.; paternal great-grandmother, Flora Belle Titus, 1416 Balsam St.; maternal grandmother, Ann C. Brook, 814 Vine St.; and maternal great-grandmother, Lorraine C. Wildermuth, 1808 Smead St.
Graveside services will be held a 1 p.m. Thursday in Royal Center Cemetery, with the Rev. Art Maloney officiating.
Fisher Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Newport Daily News. Saturday, August 11, 1973. p. 2.
Aug. 9, 1973, at Washington, D.C., a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Peter Titus (Constance Lowery) of Washington and granddaughter to Mrs. John Crocker Titus of 48 Rogers Lane, Middletown, and the late Mr. Titus.
The Pinedale Roundup. Thursday, July 1, 1971. p. 12.
Mrs. Donald Titus and Stephanie are here for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonald Priebe in Boulder. They are moving from Pasadena CA to Philadelphia, PA where he will be a professor of chemistry at Temple University.
Mountain Democrat. Wednesday, December 25, 1991.
Services for Donald W. Titus of Cameron Park will be at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 27 at Memory Chapel with Pastor Bud Brackett of Placerville Seventh-day Adventist Church officiating. Friends may call at Memory Chapel from 5-7 p.m. Friday. Interment will be Jan. 3 in Concord Cemetery, Grove City, Ohio.
Mr. Titus died Sunday, Dec. 22, at his residence.
A native of Grove City, Ohio, he lived the past four years in El Dorado County. He served with the U.S. Navy aboard the battleship Mississippi in the South Pacific during World War II. Prior to his retirement in 1965, he worked as a lineman for United telephone company in Grove City, Ohio for 24 years. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Grove City and attended the Placerville SDA Church.
Mr. Titus is survived by his wife of 50 years Vivian S. Titus of Cameron Park; sons Larry D. Titus of Shingle Springs, D. Douglas Titus of New Bern, N.C., and Richard L. Titus of Stevensville, Mont.; daughter Barbara J. Marsyla of Cypress; sister Norma Peck of Columbus, Ohio; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
Daily Herald. Wednesday, January 8, 2003. Sect. 4, p. 8.
A memorial service for Donna Poczatko (nee Steinhoff), 64, will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday at Countryside Funeral Home and Crematory, 950 South Bartlett Road (at Stearns Road), Bartlett.
Born Sept. 1, 1938, in Indianapolis, Ind., she died Monday, Jan. 6, 2003, at home. Cremation will be private.
Donna Retired from Elgin Mental Health Center as an RN with more than 30 years of dedicated work. She graduated from Elgin Community College in 1979.
She was the wife of the late Eugene Poczatko and Alfred Titus; mother of Beth (John) Mittvick of Genoa, Mike (Brenda) Titus of California, Wendy Titus and Penny Fletcher of Arizona, Susan (Joe) Welsh of Hanover Park, and Kurt Titus of New York; grandmother of Bruce, Jenna, Nick, Melissa, Jake, Jared, and the late Joseph; daughter of the late Isaac and Kathleen Steinhoff and the late Maria Steinhoff; sister of Roberta (Ernest) Lehst of Missouri, and Mark (Sandy) Steinhoff of Texas; aunt of the late Deborah and Kathleen Lehst; and cousin of many.
Visitation will be from 2 p.m. until the time of services at 7 p.m. Thursday, at the funeral home.
Centralia Daily Chronicle. Friday, July 10, 1931. p. 1.
Centralia friends of Mrs. Doroth Titus, wife of Leon Titus, well known Southwest Washington automobile dealer, were both shocked and grieved today when Associated Press dispatches to the Daily Chronicle announced that she had jumped from the fourteenth floor of the Sir. Francis Drake hotel in San Francisco and was instantly killed.
Mrs. Titus, whose home was in Olympia, left that city May 29, for Saratoga, California, for medical treatment and a rest following a nervous breakdown. She had been registered at the Sir. Francis Drake hotel for the past two weeks. She was accompanied to California by her sister, Miss Oral Towey.
Mrs. Titus left a note on hotel stationery, the dispatches said, which read:
"Who would want to be in an asylum for four yearsin a living death? I must go now. I left my rings and watch on. Could no longer stand the pain and the thought that everybody thought me mad instead of ill.'
Mrs. Titus was 42 years of age. She received her introduction to Centralians in March, 1913, when she and her husband opened a Ford agency here in partnership with A. C. St. John. In January, 1920, Mr. Titus purchased the interests of Mr. St. John in the business. By 1922, Mr. Titus was operating agencies also in Olympia, Tenino, Aberdeen and Hoquiam, and he and his wife moved to Olympia to be closer to the center of his extensive business holdings. However, both he and his wife retained the many friendships they cultivated during their residence here and visited Centralia frequently.
In addition to her husband, who now has his headquarters office in the University district of Seattle, Mrs. Titus is survived by two sisters, and 14-months-old twin sons. The latter were adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Titus soon after their birth. Mrs. Titus had been socially active in Olympia prior to the adoption of the twins, but since then had devoted her time to their care.
Mrs. Titus was born in Minneapolis August 31, 1888. She and Mr. Titus were married April 11, 1912.
Ogden Standard-Examiner. Friday Evening, Nov. 30, 1962. p. 10B.
WARREN, Pa. - Funeral services will be held Saturday in Warren for Mrs. Dorothy Ekstrom Holland Titus, who formerly resided in Malad and Ogden.
She was born in Logan, a daughter of Emil Albert and Wilhelmina Ellis Ekstrom.
Surviving are her husband, David R. Titus, Warren; her mother, Mrs. Wilhelmina Wise, Ogden; the following brothers and sisters: Harold A. Ekstrom, Layton; Julia Palfreyman, Layton, Anne Cone, Clearfield; Robert D. Ekstrom, Roy; Lamont Ekstrom, Kaysville; Maxine Stone, Clearfield; Ronand J. Wise, New York.
The Morgantown Post. Tuesday, Aug. 24, 1965.
Dorothy Titus Willard, 48, of Route 1, died last night at the University Medical Center following an extended illness.
She was born April 8, 1917, in Greene County (Pa.), a daughter of the late James Levi and Myrtle Ervin Titus.
Survivors include her husband, Plummer Willard; four daughters, Mrs. Shirley Ann McGee of Star City, Mrs. Phyllis LaRene Scott of Morgantown, Mrs. Mary Sue Wassick of Westover and Miss Sharon Lynn Willard at home; one son, James Michael Willard of Westover; two brothers, Gaylord Titus of St. Petersburg, Fla. and Fred Titus of Bobtown, Pa.; one sister, Mrs. Garnett Brown of Dilliner, Pa., and five grandchildren.
The Gazette. Thursday, November 1, 1973. p. 8.
COTTONWOOD FALLS - Dr. A. E. Titus, who had practiced medicine in Cottonwood Falls for 60 years, died this morning at his home.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Croy Funeral Home. They will be conducted by the Rev, Thomas Robson, pastor of the Unided Presbyterian Church. Graveside services in Prairie Grove Cemetery will be conducted by Zeredatha Masonic Lodge 80, A. F. and A. M. Members of the family have suggested donations to a memorial fund to be used for medical school scholarships.
Dr. Titus, whose parents were Frederick and Emma Kendrick Titus, was born Oct. 26th, 1885, in Shawnee County, and he was married to Jessie Lee on Oct. 26th, 1912 in Topeka. He started his career in Auburn but remained there only a year before he moved to Cottonwood Falls. Dr. Titus was an alumnus of Washburn University in Topeka, a member of the state and national medical associations and a member of Zeredatha Masonic Lodge. He was preceded in death by his wife, who died in 1971, and by one son, Albert; one daughter, Betty Lou,and one brother, Rolla. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Elmore (Doris) Stout, Cottonwood Falls; one sister, Mrs. Chester (Edith ) Tolle, Cottonwood Falls; two grandchildren, Mrs Wayne (Marcia) Bailey, Hamilton, and Stanley Stout, Shawnee Mission, and three great-grandchildren.
The Lowell Sun. Thursday, June 8, 1972. p. 44.
LOWELL - Harold A. Titus, M.D., 72, well known retired local physician and surgeon, died unexpectedly Tuesday evening at the New England Baptist Hospital.
He was born in this city Jan. 28, 1900, the son of the late Afton G. and Alma (Auringer) Titus and had made his home in this city practically all of his life.
Educated in the Lowell schools, he was graduated from Lowell High School and matriculated at Tufts College, where he received a B.S. degree in 1920. He then enrolled at Tufts Medical School, from which he graduated with the Class of 1924 and was awarded the degree of Doctor of Medicine, Cum Laude.
Dr. Titus served his internship at the Lowell Corporation Hospital, which later grew to become St. Joseph's Hospital. He established a private practice in this city in 1926 and actively practiced medicine and surgery in the Greated Lowell area until 1942, at which time Dr. Titus volunteered his services to the United States Army Medical Corps and was commissioned a Major. After a brief tour of duty at Fort Devens, he was transferred to Brooks General Army Hospital in Texas and shortly thereafter was chosen to pursue further study at Columbia University Medical School for specialized training in neuro-surgery. Dr. Titus was then assigned to the 5th Surgical Group of the United States Army Medical Corps and performed surgery in England, France and Germany during the years 1942 through 1945. During that period, Dr. Titus also headed a surgical team with General Patton's 3rd Army in the European Theater of Operations.
The doctor was Honorably discharged from the Armed Services as a Lieutanant Colonel; returning to active practice in Lowell in 1946, where he had been very active on the medical and surgical staffs of all three of this city's major hospitals.
For many years, Dr. Titus was chief of surgery as well as president of the Medical Staff of the Lowell General Hospital and held an active service on the surgical staffs of the Lowell General Hospital and St. Joseph's Hospital for many years. He retired from active service in June of 1968 but remained on the honorary staff of both the Lowell General and St. Joseph's hospitals.
Immediately following his retirement, he established his residence in New Hampshire and since that time, Dr. and Mrs. Titus had spent their winters in Hillsboro Beach, Fla.
Since childhood, Dr. Titus had been an active member of St. Paul's Methodist church of Lowell and for many years had served as a member of the Board of Trustees of that church. He was a member of William North Lodge, AF and AM of Lowell and also held membership in the Sons of the American Revolution.
In 1935 Dr. Titus was elected as a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. His professional affiliations included membership in the American Medical Association; the Massachusetts Medical Society and the Lowell Medical Club.
Dr. Titus is survived by his wife, the former Dorothy E. Fairbanks; a son, James F. Titus, Sr., of Newington, Conn.; two grand-daughters, Miss Joy W Titus and Miss Jill S. Titus; and a grandson, James F. Titus, Jr., all of Newington, Conn.
The doctor was a former member of both the Vesper Country Club and the Yorick Club.
Greeley Tribune. Thurs., March 21, 1974 p. 5.
Recitation of the Rosary for Duke E. Titus, 108 W. 7th St., Fort Lupton, will be at 8:30 p.m. Thursday in the chapel of the Schmanski-Vetter Mortuary in Fort Lupton. Funeral services at 10 a.m. Friday will also be in the mortuary chapel. Interment will be in Hillside Cemetery.
Friends who wish may contribute to a memorial fund in care of the mortuary.
Titus, a retired truck driver, died Wednesday, March 20.
He was born in Everett, Tenn, Oct. 30, 1910, and was graduated from high school in New York City. He moved to Colorado in 1935 and married Peggy Gossert in Arvarla on Oct. 30, 1942
He served with the U. S. Marine Corps from May, 1942 until July, 1943. He was a driver for Ruan Transport of Denver and received a 20-year safety award before retiring in October, 1972.
Surviving, in addition to his wife, Mrs. Peggy Titus of Fort Lupton, are a daughter, Mrs. George (Nena) Ashley, and two grandchildren, Edwin and Denese Bydalek, also of Fort Lupton.
Also surviving are two brothers and a sister, Clifford Arkins of Portland, Ore., Abraham B. Atkins of Shreveport, La., and Dorothy Herron.
The Bee. Monday, June 4, 1934. p. 9.
BALTIMORE, Md., June 4 - UP - Pinned in their seat when their car swerved off the Washington boulevard here, James W. Hylton, 21, and Dunlap Titus, 23, were burned to death yesterday. Gasoline from the shattered tank of the automobile, splashed over them and then ignited. Hylton formerly lived in Hillsville, Va., and Titus was formerly of Leesburg, Va., both were employed here. Titus had a wife and nine-month's old son.
Salina Journal. Wednesday, Aug. 9, 1972. p. 7.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - The funeral for E. H. Titus, 75, former Hays bank executive, was Wednesday afternoon at Colorado Springs.
Mr. Titus, who was in the banking business for 50 years, died Sunday in Colorado Springs following a stroke.
He was an executive with the Farmers State Bank, Hays, from 1951 to 1970 when he retired and moved to Chipita Park near Green Mountain Falls, Colo.
The family had lived in Hays since 1945, and he was a state bank examiner before joining Farmers State as executive vice-president and later president.
Survivors are the widow, Laura; a daughter, Mrs Margaret Brickey, Marina, Calif.; a son, William H., Joplin. Mo.; a sister, Mrs. W. O. Whitlow, Little Rock, Ark., and 2 grandchildren.
The family suggests memorials to the Shriners' Crippled Children's hospitals or various Elks lodge charities.
Portsmouth Herald. Feb. 5, 1906. p. 3.
Somewhere in the solitudes of Death Valley lie the bones of Earl Weller and E. M. Titus. They started out one summer morning accompanied by John Mullin, with two horses and 19 burros. Soon after getting into the desert they lost their way, and at the end of five days the horses dropped dead. Titus laft the others and started out in a blind search for a water hole. Weller and Mullin remained, and by digging got a small supply of water each day for themselves but none for the burros. The animals died one by one. Filling three canteens with water, Weller started out to find Titus. He never returned. Mullin was found delirious and almost dead in the camp.
Such instances might be continued almost indefinitely. The most terrible tales told by prospectors who have been rescued would be surpassed in horror by many others, no doubt, but those tales will never be told, because the bones of the victims lie in the sand and blazing sun somewhere in the deadly desert.
The Daily Northwestern. Thursday Evening, April 8, 1909. p. 1
Kaukauna, Wis., April 8. - Capt. E. P. M. Titus, aged sixty-eight years, one of the oldest lake captains in point of service on the Great Lakes. died Tuesday evening at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. M. Black, after an active life extending up to two years ago. For over forty-five years Captain Titus had navigated the lakes and once, twenty-seven years ago, crossed the Atlintic ocean in one of his own ships, sailing from Green Bay with a load of deal - pine plank - with a three masted schooner and landed the cargo safely at Glasgow, Scotland. He was his own pilot, sailing the craft from port to port by charts and making a successful voyage.
Captain Titus was born close to the north shore of Lake Erie at Vienna on Christmas day, 1840, and married Miss Rebecca Foster at Port Burwell, close by his home. A remarkable coincidence is connected with the lives of these two who have led so long a life together. Both were born in Christmas day and they were both married on the same days. Most of the time they resided at Marine City, Detroit and Fenton, Mich. About ten years ago they came to Kaukauna, their only son, Dr. D. A. Titus, now dead, residing here, and six years ago went to Port Caldwell, Can., where the captain invested in a large fishery, which he successfully conducted to the time of his death.
At the death of his son, Dr. Titus, three years ago, Captain Titus' health began to fail and he retired from active life two years ago, coming back to Kaukauna one month ago with his wife to spend the remainder of their days. He was taken to St. Elizabeth's hospital for an operation a week ago, but his condition did not admit of the ordeal.
Surviving are his widow and three daughters, Mrs. Haines Saxton of Aylmer, Ont., Mrs. Lillian Black of Kaukauna and Mrs. Bertha Wheeler of Port Arthur, Can. The funeral will be held from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Black, Friday afternoon at two o'clock, Rev. J. E. Manning of the M. E. church officiating. Interment will be at the Kelso cemetery.
Portsmouth Herald. Mon., May 23, 1977. p. 3.
RAYMOND - - Funeral services for Earl J. Titus, 76, of Epping Street, who died Saturday at a Derry convalescent home after a long illness, were held today at the Blewitt Funeral Home, with the Rev. David Henry, pastor of the Raymond Congregational Church, officiating.
He was a native of Strafford, Vt., and had resided here for the past 38 years. He owned and operated the Maple Hill Dairy Farm for many years and was a member of the Congregational Church.
The family includes his widow, Mrs. Gladys (Ames) Titus, Raymond; a daughter, Mrs Marilyn Bennotti, Raymond; a son, Wendell Titus, Raymond; four sisters, Mrs. Blanche Howe, Barre, Vt., Mrs. Gladys Willard, Hartford, Conn., Mrs Ella Burbank, Exeter, and Mrs. Helen Carver, Silver Springs, Md., five grandchildren, several nieces and nephews.
Burial was in Pine Grove Cemetery.
The News-Palladium. Tuesday, April 10, 1956. p. 10.
Edgar Titus, 65, son-in-law of the late Al Wiggins of Benton Harbor, died Saturday at 11 p.m. in a hospital in Berwyn, Ill. In failing health the past year, he had been in the hospital 30 days.
Mr. Titus, who lived at 925 Arlington avenue, LaGrange, Ill., was the husband of the former Edna Wiggins of Benton Harbor. Her sister, Miss Zelpha Wiggins, 357 Pipestone street, has been visiting the Titus home.
Other survivors include a son, William Allen Titus, at home, and a sister, Mrs. Mabelle Powelson, of Boundsbrook, N. J.
Funeral services for Mr. Titus were to be held today at 4:30 p.m. at the Congregational church in LaGrange, after which the body will be brought to the Dean & Dey Brothers mortuary. Committal rites are scheduled for 1 p.m. Wednesday in Crystal Springs cemetery, with the Rev. Howard A. Blanning of the First Congregational church officiating.
The Hollowell and James funeral home in LaGrange is handling the funeral arrangements there.
Great Bend Tribune. Monday, Novrmber 26, 1973. p. 3.
STAFFORD - Mrs. Edith O. Titus, 76, former Stafford resident, died Saturday at St. Michael, Minn. Born April 9, 1897, and Marshfield, Mo., she was married to Benjamin E. Titus, April 7, 1926, at Pratt. He died in 1950. She lived in St. Michael, Minn. 23 years.
She was a member of the Methodist Church, St. Michael, Minn.
Survivors are a daughter; Mrs. Rodney Mingo, St. Michael, Minn.; a brother, Gaylord Overall, Turon; sister; Florence Overall, Hutchinson; eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
Graveside services were 3 p.m. Monday at Stafford Cemetery, Rev. Ralph A. Rosenblad officiated.
The Washington Post. Wednesday, June 5, 1907. p. 3.
London, June 4. - Edna May, the American actress, was married this morning at the registry office at Windsor to Oscar Lewisohn, son of the late Leonard Lewisohn, of New York, in the presence of a few relatives and intimate friends.
The honeymoon will be spent in a motoring tour on the continent.
Edna May is the daughter of a Schenectady letter carrier. Until she married Fred Titus, the bicycle rider, her name was Edna Petty. She separated from Titus in 1898, while she was in England.
When scarcely seventeen years old, Edna May came to New York and got a position in the chorus production by Oscar Hammerstein, called "Santa Maria."
After her marraige to Titus she retired for a short time, but the call of the stage was too strong and she joined the Casino forces with George Lederer in "The Belle of New York," in which she was cast for a Salvation Army lassie. She was shy and timid on the first night, but after she had sung the "Follow On" song for a dozen encores the play was made and Edna May was famous.
"The Belle of New York" ran on and on. The production was taken to London, where it caught the fancy of the Britishers, and where Miss May repeated the hit she had scored in New York. Since then London has been her home, and her visits here have been few and infrequent.
After her separation from Titus, there were many rumors of her engagement to a various assortment of dukes, earls, princes, and members of parliament.
Then Oscar Lewisohn, the copper magnate, began to pay attention to Miss May. He followed her from New York to London and back to New York. Miss May divorced Titus early in 1905. and a few months later it was announced that Miss May was engaged to Mr. Lewisohn.
Mr. Lewisohn will establish a racing stable in England when he finishes his extensive honeymoon. From all that can be learned it is his intention to live in England the rest of his life.
The Titusville Herald. Wednesday Morning. September 23, 1953. p. 5.
Mrs. Edna Titus, 66, of Cleveland, O., formerly of Spartansburg, died suddenly Monday evening after she suffered a stroke.
She was born Oct. 13, 1887, in Spartansburg.
Surviving are a son, Claude Titus of Sumatra, Dutch East Indies, and a daughter, Mrs. Thelma Throescher of Cleveland; her mother, Mrs. Anna Shreve of Spartansburg; a sister, Mrs. Clayton Patchen of Spartansburg, and a brother, Lewis McBride of Ripley, N. Y.; two half-brothers, R. V. Shreve of Spartansburg and G. M. Shreve of Titusville. A daughter, Anna Titus, died several years ago.
A prayer service will be held this evening in Cleveland, after which the body will be brought to the Torrey and Hays funeral home in Spartansburg where friends may call after noon on Thursday. The funeral service will be held at the funeral home at 2:30 p.m. Friday with Rev. C. A. Fuller of the Centerville Baptist Church officiating. Interment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery in Spartansburg.
The Portsmouth Herald. Thursday, September 29, 1966. p. 3.
ELIOT - Funeral services for Edwin Atwood Titus, 27, R2C U.S. Navy, of the Navy Training Station, Newport, R.I., and formerly of Eliot, were held yesterday at the Franklin G. Wilson Funeral Home, Kittery.
The Rev. Everett Pender, pastor of the Advent Christian Church, Eliot, officiated.
Delegates were present from the Fleet Training Center, Newport; the Fleet Reserve, Branch 19, Newport; the Fleet Reserve, Branch 7, Portsmouth; the Ladies' Auxiliary. They were headed by Robert Coggins, president of the Northeast Regional Fleet Reserve Association; and the Eliot Memorial American Legion Post.
Burial was at the family lot at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Eliot, when the committal prayer was read by pastor Pender.
Three volleys were delivered by sailors from Portsmouth Naval Shipyard headed by Storekeeper 1/c LeRoy Clayton and comprising William O'Brien, Wilber Smith, James Hallett, Donald Peterson, Robert Galary and George Qink.
Taps were sounded by Thomas Eaton and the flag was folded and presented by Donald Waye to Mrs. Ralph Titus.
Bearers were Ralph Rennick, Gerald Moynahan, Wilbur Emery, Keith Searles, Ernest Searles and Vernon Searles.
Preburial services were held Tuesday evening at the funeral home by Fleet Reserve No. 7 of Portsmouth which included Henry Dozier Sr., president; Eugene Wyatt; secretary; and Alfred A. Beutote, chaplain.
Gazette Telegraph. Tuesday, August 8, 1972. p. 1-D.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Memorial Gardens Mausoleum Chapel for Edwin Hart Titus, Green Mountain Falls. Leslie O. Sylvester, reader, will conduct the services.
Burial will be in Memorial Gardens Cemetery.
Mr. Titus, 75, died Sunday in a local hospital. He was born June 14, 1897 in Villa Ridge, Ill. and had been a resident for three years.
A retired banker, he had worked for the Farmers State Bank in Hays, Kan., also serving as chairman of the board for the firm. He was on the city council at both Florence, Kan., and Topeka, Kan. and the school board in Florence.
He attended Colorado College in 1917. At one time he was a member of the Congregational Church.
He belonged to the American Legion in Hays; the Masonic Blue Lodge in Cotton Falls, Kan.; the Chapter Commandery in Hays; the Shrine-ISIS Temple in Selina, Kan. and the Elks Lodge in Hays.
Mr. Titus was a Navy veteran of World War I.
Survivors include his widow Mrs Laura P. Titus; a daughter, Margaret E. Brickey of Marina, Calif.; a son, William H. Titus of Joplin, Mo.; a grandson, Terry Titus of Joplin; a granddaughter, Jean Marie Brickey of Marina, and a sister, Mrs. W. O. Whitlow of Little Rock, Ark.
Chapel of Memories Mortuary is handling arrangements.
Nashua Telegraph. Friday, September 20, 1946. p. 6.
Milford, Sept 20 - Edwin R. Titus, 80, a resident of MIlford for the past 28 years, died early Thursday evening at his home on Federal Hill rd. He had been in ill health for several months. He was born June 22, 1866, in Moriah Center, NY, the son of Edwin B. Titus and Maria (Center) Titus. He was a member of the Methodist-Episcopal church of Milford and of the Benevolent lodge of Masons, F and AM.
Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Nellie M. (Littlefield) Titus; two daughters, Mrs. Fred Lowe, Ridgefield Park, NJ; Mrs. Alexander Young, Milford; one brother, Dr. Homer F. Titus, Moriah Center, NY, and one sister. Mrs. Mary Greene, Woodstock, Vt; two grandchildren.
Funeral service will take place at the Leon C. Tucker funeral home, Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. E. E. Brewster, pastor of the Methodist church, officiating. Burial will be in Walnut Grove cemtery (sic) in Danvers, Mass.
The Portsmouth Herald. Monday Evening, February 2, 1942. p. 2.
Miss Elaine Titus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Titus, is a patient at the Wentworth hospital, where she was operated on Tuesday for appendicitis.
Daily News-Record. Monday, Nov. 1, 1993. p. 14.
Elizabeth H. Bruce, 88, of Route 3, Elkton died Oct. 30, 1993, in Bridgewater. She had been ill for several months.
Mrs. Bruce was born June 15, 1905, in Springhill, Pa., and was a daughter of the late Regis S. and Anna Schead Titus.
She moved to Elkton from Daytona Beach, Fla., five years ago and was a member of the Elkton United Methodist Church. She and her husband owned and operated a mobile home park and sold mobile homes, boats and motors in Jacksonville for a number of years.
In 1923, she married Robert M. Bruce, who died in 1988.
Surviving are a daughter, Barbara J. Lester of Elkton; four brothers, Albert R. Titus of Sayre, Pa., Frank Titus of Tucson, Ariz., Earl Titus of Elmyra, N.Y., and William Titus of Waterbury, Conn.; three sisters, Isabel Whitehead of Harrisonburg, Viola Comstock of Erin, N.Y., and Esther Deubler of Cedar Park, Texas; three grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
The Rev. David T. Reynolds will conduct the funeral at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Elkton United Methodist Church. The body then will be taken to Jacksonville, Fla., for a graveside service at Evergreen Cemetery Friday morning.
The family will receive friends 7:30-8:30 p.m. today at the Kyger & Trobaugh Funeral Home in Elkton.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Rockingham Memorial Hospital Hospice Program, 235 Cantrell Ave., Harrisonburg, Va. 22801, Elkton Emergency Squad, 201 Blue and Gold Drive, Elkton, Va. 22827 or Elkton United Methodist Church, 205 Warren Street, Elkton.
The Post-Standard. Thursday, August 30, 2001. p. B-2.
Elizabeth D. "Betsy" Titus Impson, 51, of Horseheads, formerly of 408 Melrose Drive, North Syracuse, died Monday. Born in Elmira, she lived in Cicero and North Syracuse for 20 years before moving to Horseheads recently. She was a member of Buckley Road Baptist Church in Liverpool and was active in the nursery. She had been a foster mother. Survivors: Her husband of 32 years, Harvey L.; three sons, Eric W. of Attleboro, Mass.; Jason A. of Milton, Mass.; and Gregory S. of Fort Gordon, Colo.; her parents, Earl A. and Jeanne Smith Titus of Elmira; her paternal grandmother, Elizabeth Brown of Elmira; a sister, Lucile Thorpe of Elmira; two brothers, James Titus of Bedford, Texas and Jeffrey Titus of Elmira. Memorial services: 7 p.m. Sunday in Buckley Road Baptist Church. Burial, Fairview Cemetery, Dushore, Pa. No calling hours. Van Buskirk-Lynch Funeral Home, Horseheads, has arrangements. Contributions: Buckley Road Baptist Church, 4962 Buckley Road, Liverpool, 13088.
The Indiana Gazette. Thursday, July 8, 2004. p. 4.
Elizabeth Mae "Betty" Bowser Shoup Titus, 78, Smicksburg, died Wednesday, July 7, 2004, at UPMC in Pittsburgh.
She was born June 10, 1926, in Verona, a daughter of William and Daisy (Bish) Shoup-Bowser.
Mrs. Titus was a homemaker who attended the Sagamore Gospel Center.
She enjoyed doing word search puzzles, sewing, reading, going to garage sales and collecting strawberry items.
She is survived by her husband of 60 years, Charles Samuel Titus, whom she wed March 25, 1944; a daughter, Barbara Trail, Smicksburg; granddaughter Rebecca Lynn Trail, Kill Devil Hills, N.C.; a brother, William H. Shoup and his wife, Juanita, Cabot; a sister, Linda Jean Bowser, Kokomo, Ind., and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents.
Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Snyder-Crissman Funeral Home, Kittanning, where a funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday with pastor David Fischer officiating. Interment will be made in the Pine Creek Baptist Cemetery.
Trenton Times. Monday, April 6, 1903.
Mrs. Elizabeth Titus, widow of the late Benjamin W. Titus, died yesterday at the home of her son-in-law, Frank H. Lalor, 112 Greenwood ave. She had been in poor health for a long period.
Mrs. Titus was in the eightieth year of her age and was an old resident of this city. She had been a communicant in the First Presbyterian Church since 1842.
She leaves three sons and two daughters, the Rev. A. C. Titus, ex-City Comptroller Howard B. Titus, J. Welling Titus and Mrs. Frank H. Lalor and Mrs. Lewis W. Scott.
The funeral will take place from the home of her son-in-law Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment will be at Ewing at the convenience of the family. D. Taylor Ivins will have charge of the arrangements.
The Lima News. August 4, 1939. p. 4.
KENTON, Aug. 4 -- Funeral services for Mrs. Ella E. Cotner Titus, 66, who died at her home in Belle Center on Thursday, will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Belle Center Presbyterian Church with Rev. W. S. Dibert, pastor, assisted by Rev. J. R. Lloyd, in charge. Burial will be in the Hale cemetery near Mt. Victory.
She was born in Allenville, Pa. on Oct. 1, 1872, but had lived in the Belle Center district for many years.
She was married to Henry C. Titus in June, 1910. He died nine years ago last June. She was the first of a family of 10 to die.
Surviving are six sisters and three brothers.
The Emporia Daily Gazette. Tuesday, February 25, 1958. p. 2.
COUNCIL GROVE - Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Kendall Funeral home in Council Grove for Mrs. Ellen Bryant Titus, 71, who had lived in Council Grove for 44 years. She was born at Carbonate, S. D., and made that her home until she married A. J. Titus of Council Grove in 1914. Her husband, one of the state's best known abstractors, died Dec 15th, 1947.
Mrs. Titus waes (sic) a member of the Congregational Church, the P. E. O., the O. E. S. and was a former member of the D. A. R.
She is survived by two step-daughters, Helen Titus, a member of the faculty at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and Mrs. Wayne Whitney of Lincoln, Nebr.; two grandchildren, three sisters, Nancy Walton, of Belle Fourche, S. D., Mrs. Clint Garrett, of Wilber, Idaho, and Mrs. Jerry Forrest, of Burbank, Calif., and three broothers, Robert Bryant, Belle Fourche, Steware Bryant, Paso Rodes, Calif., and Frank Bryant, Landusky, Mont.
The Hopewell Herald. Wednesday, October 13, 1926. p. 1
Mrs Ellen Titus, wife of the late Peter M. Titus, died at the Mercer Hospital, Trenton, on Friday last, as a result of a serious operation performed Friday morning. She was ill for several weeks at her home near Woodsville.
Mrs. Titus, who was nearly 66 years of age, leaves a son, Harry A. Titus, with whom she resided, and three grandchildren, Helen and Edna Titus, and Carl Errickson, all of near Woodsville, besides many others to mourn her loss. She was one whom every one looked up to; one whose work could be relied upon. She had always taken an active part in the various societies of the church. She was president of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Linvale M. E. church for a number of years.
The funeral services were held from her late residence on Tuesday at 1:00 o'clock. Services were at the Linvale M. E. church at 2:00 o'clock. The services were in charge of the Rev. Kennedy, pastor of the Baptist church of Somerville, and the Rev. Franklin T. Buck, pastor of the Linvale M. E. church. Two of Mrs. Titus' favorite hymns were sung by Miss Anna Palmer, "Jesus Lover of My Soul" and "Does Jesus Care." Interment was at the Harbourton cemetery, under direction of Wilson and Holcombe, of Ringoes. The pall bearers were J. Frank Holcombe, Henry B. Pittenger, D. L. Hunt, Morris Cooper, A. M. Wyckoff and J. Buchanan.
Thus another good mother, grandmother and friend has gone. She will be much missed in the church and community.
Carroll Daily Herald. Tuesday, September 26, 1939. p. 1.
Mr. and Mrs Ellis A. Titus are also new members of the Three Quarter Century Club, joining the ranks of the Coon Rapids members. Mr. Titus was born on a farm near Coon Rapids in Guthrie county March 16, 1859, son of Zedock Titus, of French descent and Mary Ann Foster Titus, whose antecedents were English. Mrs. Titus was born the following year at Montezuma, daughter of Mathew and Martha Ann Christpir Bryan. Both were members of families of seven children, but in Mr. Titus' family only a brother Frank, of Alliance, Neb., remains. In the Bryan family there are four besides Mrs. Titus -- John R. Bryan of Goss, Kan., Delilia A. Forbes, Albert F. Bryan and Lenord A. Bryan of Chandelier, Okla.
Mr. and Mrs. Titus began their married life with a ceremony performed at Audubon Aug. 3, 1880 coming to Carroll county to live in Coon Rapids in 1909. Mr. Titus farmed and followed the cobbler's trade for some years, 51 years of his life being spent on the farm and 29 in the city. Mrs. Titus has spent 48 years on the farm and 31 in the city.
To them were born eleven children, ten of whom are still living. They are: William A. Titus Mabel A. Steele, and Sylvia A. Palmer of Coon Rapids; Martha A. Titus of Bayard, Millie L. Green of International Falls, Minn.; Edward H. Titus, Ruford E. Titus and Roy C. Titus of Guthrie Center; Viola P. Sauago, Polk City, Iowa. One son, Samuel Z. Titus, died in 1887 at the age of one year.
Mr. and Mrs. Titus are members of the Christian Church.
Daily Times Herald. Friday, August 14, 1942. p. 1.
Coon Rapids (THNS) --- Funeral services for Ellis A. Titus, 83, of Coon Rapids who died at the home of his eldest daughter, Mrs. Oliver Palmer Thursday morning will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Christian Church with the Rev. John J. Gabriel officiating.
Mr. Titus died after a protracted period of ill health climaxed by a week of serious illness.
Mr. Titus was born March 16, 1859, on a farm in Guthrie county near Coon Rapids. During his lifetime he has been a farmer, shoemaker and gardener.
August 3, 1880 he was married to Margaret Ellen Bryan in Audobon and on August 2 of this year they celebrated their sixty-second wedding anniversary.
In addition to his widow Mr. Titus is survived by the following children: William A. Titus, Coon Rapids; Mrs. Freat Heater (Margaret Artamissa) Bayard; Mrs. Cedar Green (Minnie Linetta), International Falls, Minn.; Mrs. George Steele (Mabel Alfreeta) Coon Rapids; George Britton Titus International Falls, Minn.; Roy Clifford Titus, Guthrie Center; Mrs. Merle Savago, (Viola Pearl), Polk City; Mrs. Oliver Palmer (Sylvia Almeata) of Coon Rapids.
There are also 28 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.
Two sons and three grandchildren preceded him in death.
Mr. Titus was a member of the Christian Church. He was also a member of the Three Quarter Century Club.
The Progress-Index. Sunday, August 19, 1956
Looking at the brick facade of the long building at 215 N. South St. few, except the initiated would have any idea of the interesting things that go on inside the general foundry and machine shops of E. E. Titus, Inc.
The Titus plant is an old family foundry, now being operated by the third generation.
It was in 1882 that Elmer E. Titus, of New York state, came to Petersburg to install some machinery. He must have found the community to his liking for he stayed and in 1884 founded a general machine shop and iron foundry. It was within a stone's throw of the firm's present location at the junction of South Commerce and Jones Sts.
E. E. Titus, founder of the company died July 1, 1935 and immediately afterward the firm was incorporated. Chartered as a machine shop and foundry, it was actively operated by the founder's son, J. M. Titus who was in the business all his life until his death in 1952. A grandson, E. Neil Titus, has been with the firm since 1923 and is its president. Two other grandsons, all are sons of J. M. Titus, are with the firm, J. Madison Titus, vice president, who came with the business in 1941 and Jennings H. Titus, secretary-treasurer, who joined his brothers in 1947,
The Progress-Index. Tuesday, July 5, 1966. p. 15.
PETERSBURG - Mrs. Elmer Titus Henshaw, wife of Glenn H. Henshaw, died Saturday night at her home on Ferndale Road after a brief illness. The daughter of Mrs. Flood Titus Slyth of Petersburg and the late Elmer Ellsworth Titus, Jr., she had made her home in this area all her life.
In addition to her widower and mother, she is survived by two sisters: Mrs. S. E. Cummins and Miss Mildred Titus, both of Petersburg.
A funeral service was conducted today at 2 p.m. in the chapel of J. T. Morriss & Son with Dr. Robert C. Vaughn, pastor of Second Presbyterian Church, officiating, with burial in Blandford Cemetery.
The Port Arthur News. Monday, April 5, 1965. p. 1
Funeral services for Mrs. Emalise Titus, 27, of 2209 Mimosa street, wife of Floyd Titus, Jr., were held today at 9 a.m. in Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic church.
Burial was in Calvary cemetery with Paul Judice, Donald Guidry, Shelton De Villier, Martin Bienvenue, Warner Tourin, and John Steffenauer, serving as pallbearers.
Mrs. Titus died Saturday at 12:30 p.m. in the Methodist hospital in Houston following a lingering illness.
Oakland Tribune. Thursday Evening, September 20, 1900. p. 3.
Mrs Emeline M. Titus, aged 60 years, died at her residence, 956 Myrtle street, last night. She had been in ill health and failing for a long time. She leaves two sons, Frank F. and Fred E. Titus. The funeral will br held Friday morning at 11 o'clock. Deceased was the widow of the late Daniel Titus, who was one of the most prominent attorneys in the state at his time.
The Portsmouth Sunday Times. Sunday, June 29, 1930.
Mrs. Emily Titus, widow of Bennett Titus, died Friday at her home at Minford. She was 85 years old and her death was due to infirmities. She is survived by one son, Newton Titus and other relatives and many friends. The last rites will be held Sunday a 2 p.m. in the New church at Minford. Burial will follow in the Bennett cemetery.
The Citizen-Advertiser. Friday, October 26, 1934. p. 5.
Mrs. Emily Titus of Weedsport celebrated her ninethieth birthday anniversary Wednesday, October 24, at the home of Mrs. Lida VanWie, Willow Street, Weedsport, where she is spending the winter, just two doors from her own home. Mrs. Titus, in good health and in possession of all her faculties, greatly enjoyed the steady stream of callers, numbering over 50, who called during the afternoon and evening to extend felicitations on her birthday. Many gifts, greeting cards, flowers, potted plants, and candy, and several telegrams helped mark the day.
Messages arrived from absent members of her family, from her daughter, Miss Harriet Titus, a school teacher in Cleveland, Ohio; her grandson, Joseph Titus of Chicago, Ill., her granddaughter, Mrs. W. Hunter Snead and family of Pittsburgh, Pa., her son Dorr Titus and family of Ithica.
Mrs. Titus's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. Duane Titus of Weedsport, assisted by Mrs. Marian Kingston and Mrs. VanWie, greeted the guests and served tea and birthday cake. Among the callers was Mrs. Ida Sheldon, the only living person who was a guest at Mrs. Titus's wedding 68 years ago, when she became the bride of Ausmer O. Titus. Mr. Titus died two years ago.
Mrs. Titus had, as her oldest caller on Wednesday, Francia M. Hunting, a neighbour who recently celebrated her 91st birthday. Her youngest caller was George Bernard Freer, year-and-a-half-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Freer, worthy matron of Brutus Star Chapter, O.E.S., called with a number of the Chapter members to greet Mrs. Titus, who has been a member since 1906. Members of Mrs. Titus's Sunday School class of the Weedsport M. E. Church were also among her callers.
The Post-Standard. Saturday, March 6, 2004. p. B-4.
Emma E. Hanson, 82 years old of Heritage Village, Health Care Center, Gary NY died at the home Friday March 5, 2004. She was a former resident of Otisco Valley Rd., Marietta, NY where she made her home with her late daughter Jean Brown. She as (sic) born in Portland NY on July 24, 1921 the daughter of the late Charles and Flossie Rossa-Titus. She was a member of the Portland Congregational Church of Portland, NY. She is survived by one sister Naomi Newton of Randolph NY and two grandchildren of the Syracuse area: Linda Martin of Manlius and Leslie Barnett of Syracuse, predeceased by her husband Harold A. Hanson, son James E. Hanson, daughter Jean Hanson-Koser-Wallace-Brown, sister Jeanette Thompson-Pettit, brother Charles Titus. Memorial services will be held at a later date. Funeral arrangements by the Morse F.H., Brocton, NY
The Derrick. Monday, October 7, 1957. p. 3
Mrs. Emma Jane Titus, 77, of Oil City died at 9:30 a.m. Sunday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Fuller, of 11 West Seventh Street following a prolonged illness.
Born in Sunville, Pa., on December 21, 1879, she was the daughter of the late Daniel M. and Elizabeth Scowden First.
A resident of Oil City most of her life, she also lived in Daytona Beach, Fla. She was educated in Sunville schools and was a member of the Daytona Beach Presbyterian Church.
She was married to Wilson I. Titus in 1898. He died in 1951.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Fuller and Mrs. Claire Cowen, both of Oil City. One son, Leo J. Titus, died in 1948.
Also surviving are one sister, Mrs Grace Richards of Rocky Grove, seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
The body is in the Crawford Funeral Home where friends may call after 1 p.m. Monday.
The Brainerd Daily Dispatch. Monday, November 5, 1945. p. 1.
Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Titus, widow of the late Claud Titus, Brainerd, will be held in Evergreen Cemetery at 10 a.m., Tuesday.
Mrs Titus died last Friday in International Falls.
Services at the grave will be conducted by the Rev. Father Scott of the St. Francis Catholic church.
The Sandusky Register-Star-News. Saturday, May 8, 1943. p. 6.
Mrs. Emma Titus, widow of the late William Titus, died at her residence on Kelleys Island Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs Titus was aged 76 years, six months and 26 days, and had resided on the island her entire life.
She was a member of the German Reformed Church and a charter member of the Women's Benefit Association.
Mrs. Titus is survived by one daughter, Mildred; two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Trieschman of Kelleys Island and Mrs. Elizabeth Ohlemacher of Sandusky; one brother Herbert Pringnitz, of Kelleys Island, and several nieces and nephews.
Services will be conducted Sunday afternoon at the residence at 2 o'clock, with the Rev. H. D. Kern, officiating.
Burial will be in the island cemetery.
Keller Funeral Home of Sandusky is in charge of the arrangements.
The Newman boat will leave the Sandusky dock Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Northwest Arkansas Times. Friday, Sept. 10, 1971. p. 2.
Mrs. Erma Titus Devore, 88, of Westville, Okla. died Thursday in Siloam Springs Memorial Hospital. She was born Jan. 28, 1883 at Brentwood, the daughter of Morris and Margaret Peters Titus, was the widow of Franklin M. DeVore and a Baptist.
She is survived by nieces and nephews.
Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Moore's Chapel with burial at Brentwood Cemetery.
Idaho Free Press. Monday, Feb. 14, 1966. p. 8.
CALDWELL -- Services for Ernest E. Titus, 57, 1301 Euclid Ave., Boise, who died Saturday in a Boise hospital, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Peckham-Dakan-Davis Chapel. Officiating will be the Rev. Walden Askren. Interrment will be in Canyon Hill.
Mr. Titus was born Jan. 9, 1909, at Union, Ore. He moved in 1917 to Marsing, where he farmed with his father. He was married to Emma Gibbens in June, 1931, and they farmed near Marsing until 1941, when they moved to Donnelly. Mrs Titus died Oct. 14, 1951. He lived in Donnelly until 1955, at which time he moved to Boise.
He was a member of the Lake Fork Grange at Donnelly.
Surviving are three sons, Larry and Kenton, both of Boise, and Gordon of McCall; two daughters, Shirlene Cressler and Marlina Titus, both of Boise; two brothers, Clifford of Nampa and Cedric of Caldwell; three sisters, Edith Jayne of La Grande, Ore., Alta Golz of Lodi, Calif., and Lila Jones of Caldwell, and six grandchildren. Memorials may be given to the Cancer Society.
The Dominion News. Tuesday, March 7, 1972. p. 8-A.
Estella Titus Litman, 94, of Davistown, Pa., died Monday afternoon at her home.
She was born in Dunkard Township, Greene County, Pa., Nov. 23, 1877, the daughter of the late Charles W. and Ellen Furman Titus.
She was married to the late Clark E. Litman who died in 1968. She spent her life in this area and was a member of the Davistown Methodist Church and the Davistown Shordon WSCS.
She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Alva (Theda) Bailey of Florissant, Mo. and Opal Litman of Davistown: three grandchildren, Edgar Bailey, Devonna Huffman and Verne Bailey.
She was preceded in death by one infant son and one brother.
Funeral arrangements are incomplete and are being handled by the Michael J. Lucas Funeral Home of Mt. Morris, Pa.
The Kalona News. Thursday, June 10, 1943.
Mrs. Esther Herring Titus died in the Mercy hospital Friday evening after a three weeks illness. Born on a farm here in 1871, the daughter of Robert Johnson and Sarah Maxwell Johnson, all her life was passed in this vicinity with the exception of some time passed travelling.
She was married to Frank Herring in 1889. He was stricken and died as he was giving a talk at a war meeting in the Hummer church on a June evening in 1917.
In 1924 she married W. G. Titus who survives her. A brother W. J. Johnson of Iowa City also survives. A son, Herald Herring died in infancy. Burial was made in the Hummer cemetery.
Casket bearers were W. L. Snider, Frank J. Snider, Ivan Maas, Earl Webster, Lee Koser and Judge Popham
Those from here attending funeral services for Mrs. Titus in Iowa City Sunday afternoon included: Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Snider, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buck, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hummer, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Benell and Colleen, Ray Smally, George E. Hartsock and Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Moore.
The Portsmouth Herald. Thursday, October 29, 1931. p. 3.
Nashua. Oct. 28, - A probe of the death of his estranged wife at a summer camp on the shores of Lake Attitash at Merrimac, Mass. was demanded yesterday by Harold A. Titus of Providence, R. I.
Mrs. Esther May Titus, of 21 East Pearl street, 23, died Saturday at the summer camp, and when the physician attending her declared that death was due to pneumonia the body was turned over to a Lawrence undertaker and was transferred to this city yesterday.
Titus appeared at the local police station yesterday morning and asserted that there was a mystery surrounding his wife's death, and that he demanded an investigation. He declared, police stated, that he had received a telegram in Providence from Haverhill, Mass., saying "Esther is dead" and signed "Mother." Titus rushed to Haverhill and when he was unable to learn where his wife had died appealed to police. He asserted that the telegram sent to him was telephoned from a pay station to the telegraph office by a man.
Haverhill police finally learned that Mrs. Titus died at a camp at Lake Attitash. Dr. Myron Livingston of Haverhill who was called to the camp to attend her, stated that death was due to pneumonia. He also stated that he understood that the older woman who attended Mrs. Titus at the camp was her mother. The woman's body was turned over Saturday night to a Lawrence undertaker. "Whatever may have happened to the woman before I was called to attend her I have no knowledge of." Dr. Livingston stated.
Grand Bend Tribune. Monday, March 3, 1975. p. 3.
ELLINWOOD -- Ethel Belle Titus, 85, died Sunday at the District Hospital here. Born Aug. 5, 1889, at Radium, she was married to Walter Titus. She lived here five years.
She was a member of the Baptist Church.
Survivors are daughter: Mrs. Harold Walters, Ellinwood; two grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
Funeral will be 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at Ayres-Calbeck Mortuary, Pratt with Rev. Vincent Relyea officiating. Burial will be in Greenlawn Cemetery, Pratt.
Panama City News. April 10, 1954. p. 2.
Funeral Services for Mrs. Etta E. Titus, 87, will be conducted Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in Smith Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. Larry Whitehead will officiate. The Rev. Hubert E. McCrary will assist. Burial will be in Lynn Haven Cemetery.
Mrs. Titus died Thursday night at her home, 421 Florida Ave., Lynn Haven.
Survivors include a son, I. F. Titus, of Mobile, Ala.; grandson, Arthur F. Titus, Panama City: and granddaughter, Mrs. R. L. Washburn.
Smith Funeral Home is in charge.
The Titusville Herald. Wednesday Morning, January 27, 1954. p. 5.
Mrs. Eva Amelia Titus, 75, of 229 ½ Lemon St., Corry, widow of Clint H. Titus, died at 6 p.m. yesterday at Corry Memorial Hospital, where she had been a patient eight days.
Born Nov. 4, 1878, near Britton Run, Crawford Co, where she was reared, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Platt.
She was married in March, 1896, to Mr. Titus in Spartansburg, where they made their home for 46 years. After the death of Mr. Titus in 1942 his widow moved to Corry.
Amember of the Spartansburg Methodist Church, Mrs. Titus had been in failing health for the past nine months.
She leaves a daughter, Mrs. P. A. Soby of Corry; a sister, Mrs Dawson Alsdorf of Spartansburg, RD; a brother, Frank Platt of Spartansburg; a grandson, Richard L. Winans of Corry; and two great-grandchildren.
Friends may call at the Bracken funeral home in Corry where the funeral service will be held at 2 p. m. Friday. Rev. Melvin Anderson of the Saegertown Methodist Church will officiate and burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery, Spartansburg.
The Bismarck Tribune. Saturday, December 26, 1936.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Titus Invite All Old Friends to Attend Reception Sunday
Houses standing on some of the most prominent business sites in Bismarck were the places in which the children of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Titus, 212 Thayer west, who celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, were born.
Though none of the children will be here, the occasion will be gladdened for Mr. and Mrs. Titus by the presence of her sister, Mrs. R. H. Ferry of Wilton, the only living relative of Mrs. Titus who was present at the wedding performed in 1886 in the home of the bride's parents in Minneapolis. Rev. J. Van Avery, a methodist minister, was the officiating minister.
Will Hold Open House
Mr. and Mrs Titus are inviting all of their friends to call between the hours of 4 and 7 p. m. Sunday, when they will hold open house.
Two long-time friends of Mrs. Titus, Mrs. Frank G. Grambs and Miss Jessie I. Ramp, are to be at the tea table which will be appointed in the white and gold colors customary for these occasions. The cloth will be a crocheted one of intricate pattern made by Mrs. Titus herself which will be laid over a gold cover. Miss Winnie Stephens of Stonton will aid in receiving the guests, and the assistants in the dining room are to be the Misses Doris and Ruth Clements and the Misses Dorothea and Cleo Arness.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Titus inherited their Methodist faith through their families and have been actively identified with the McCabe Methodist Episcopal congregation which will join with them in noting their anniversary at the Sunday morning services. Mrs. Titus has helped with ladies' aid work in the local church since she came here.
Children All Are Living
Three children, all now living have been born to Mr. and Mrs. Titus, and there are several grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The children are Mina A., the wife of George E. Juell, a printer at Spokane, Wash., Lloyd E., formerly an automobile mechanic at Everett, Wash., and now garage foreman for a bus line with headquarters at Portland, Ore., and Opal M., the wife of W. Chester Cavanaugh, of Kansas City, Mo., a m......? superintendent in the employ of the Continental Oil Co.
The Juell children are Lillyann Alice, now Mrs. Ralph Davis of Arcadia, Calif., Alta V., now Mrs. James K. Nelson of Oregon City, Ore. and Leonard Lloyd who is attending college at Arcadia and living with the Davises. There also are three children in the Lloyd E. Titus family. Blanche, Mrs. J. Cecil Kelly of Portland, Ore. and Frank E. and James Qually (?), both at home. Mrs. Cavanaugh has a daughter, Vivian Alta.
The great-grandchildren are June (?) Marie Davis and Betty Lou Nelson. During the summer, two great-grandsons, Teddy Nelson, 4 years old, and his two-day old brother, Leonard, died.
Lived In Many Homes
Mina, Mrs. Titus recalls, was born in Minneapolis, and Clifford, who died at the age of 10 days, Lloyd and Opal, all in Bismarck: Clifford where the Quain and Ramstad clinic now stands, Lloyd in the old Healy building and Opal in a home where the telephone exchange now stands.
Coming here in 1883, Mr. and Mrs. Titus have seen much of Bismarck's growth and have lived here continuously ever since. Mrs. Titus observed her 68th birthday on Sept. 10 and Mr. Titus his 74th of Jan. 13 of this year.
The Crawford History of North Dakota relates that "Mr. Titus began his wage-earning career at the early age of 18 years in the oil fields of Pennsylvania and that he advanced steadily in position and fortune until he now occupies the important office of engineer for the power house of the state capital of Bismarck." Mr. Titus held this position until three years ago when he became seriously troubled with a heart ailment and since has been custodian at the Masonic temple.
Career Is Colorful
This Crawford account continues: "His career has been an interesting and varied one, and for three years he served on steamboats in the United States government service, engaged principally in clearing the Missouri river of snags and other obstructions and deepening and widening the channel, which resulted in making the great stream navigable for vessels of considerable draft.
"Mr. Titus was born Jan. 13, 1862, at Titusville, Pa., and is the son of James and Alta (Hill) Titus. The original ancestor in this country was a Hollander who came here in colonial times and settled in New York. Later the family moved to the Pennsylvania Dutch regions in Nuntington county, Pa., where was born the grandfather of Frank E. Titus. The latter became a civil engineer and moved to the vicinity of Titusville, which community was nemed in his honor and because of his accomplishments and good citizenship. James Titus, the father of Frank E. Titus was born Nov. 12, 1833, at Titusville, where he was reared and married, and in young manhood adopted the vocation of farming. Like countless others of his locality he became interested in the oil industry and became one of the substantial men of the community, but the great panic of 1873 caught him unaware and he lost practically all of his fortune. However, he was a man of no small degree of determination, and refused to allow his reverses to discourage him. While he never was able to accumulate another fortune, he gained a comfortable competence, upon which he retired to Cambridge Springs, Pa., in 1903, and there died in April, 1926, one of his country's highly respected citizens. He was a Republican in his political convictions and a member and strong supporter of the Methodist Episcopal church. Mr. Titus married for his first wife Miss Alta Hill, who was born in 1843 in Cataraugus County, N.Y., and who died near Titusville, Pa., in April, 1868, and they had two children, Mina, and Frank E. The latter is the Bismarck resident. After the death of his first wife, Mr. Titus married a Miss Elvira Miller and they became the parents of six children.
Educated at Titusville
Frank E. Titus received his education in the schools of Titusville, which he attended until reaching the age of 16 years, at which time he went to worl in a humble capacity in the fields of northwest Pennsylvania. During his youth he applied himself to learning the trade of stationary engineer at Titusville and Bradford, and followed that vocation there until 1883, when he came to Bismarck, and for the four years that followed was engineer in a flour mill, For two years he was engineer at the high school and in 1889 was ...... engineer on the steamboat Josephine, a government vessel plying the waters of the Missouri river. This position he retained for 14 years following which he was for four years on the steamer Mandan, for 12 years on the steamer McPherson, and for one year on the steamer Missouri, all in government service, engaged in snagging the river and clearing the channel. Mr. Titus then was employed for two years by Frank G. Grambs, a plumber of Bismarck, and Aug. 1, 1922, was appointed engineer of the power house at the state capital.
Has Many Affiliations
Like his father, Mr. Titus is a Republican in political views. He is a 32nd degree Mason and a member of Bismarck Lodge No. 5, A.P. & A. M.; Bismarck Chapter No. 10, R.A.M. Tanered Commandery No. 1, K.T. of Bismarck; Bismarck Lodge of Perfection; Missouri Slope chapter; Rose Croix, and Bismarck-Mandan Consistory; St. Elmo Lodge No. 4, K of P., of which he is a past chancellor; Bismarck Lodge No. 120, A.O.U.W, and Bismarck Lodge 1199, B.P.O.E. Besides owning the home in which they have lived for 35 years, Mr. and Mrs. Titus have a dwelling located at 204 Thayer avenue.
Mrs. Titus was Miss Lizzie W. Walton before their marriage and is the daughter of William W. and Diadema (Johnson) Walton. Her father served with the 12th New Jersey regiment in the Civil war and was married to her mother immediately after the close of the conflict.
The Billings Gazette. Tuesday, April 12, 1966. p. 5.
LIVINGSTON - Fielden E. Titus, 62, died Sunday in Veterans Hospital at Helena. The body is at Lowry Funeral Home.
The Morgantown Post. Friday Afternoon, Dec, 29, 1961, p. 2.
Mrs. Flora Cox Titus, 87 of Weston who has been spending the winter with a daughter, Mrs. McClure (Lucille) Hardin of Fairmor Addison died this morning at the home.
She was the widow of the late Timothy F. Titus who died Dec. 8, 1960, and a member of the Indian Forks Baptist Church near Weston.
Survivors, in addition to Mrs. Hardin, are a son, Brainard Titus of Weston, and other daughters are Mrs. Dovie Sherck of Wooster, Ohio, Mrs. Frankie Webster of Massilon, Ohio and Mrs. Tressie Lynch of Weston; 14 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren.
The body is being returned to Floyd's Funeral Home in Weston where services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. Interment will be in the Weston Masonic Cemetery.
Syracuse Herald-Journal, Tuesday, February 12, 1985. p. B-2.
Flora Stevens Titus, 95, of Route 370, died Sunday at Auburn Memorial Hospital following a long illness.
Born in Ira, Mrs. Titus lived most of her life in the Cato-Meridian area. She was a graduate of Baldwinsville Free Academy and Oswego Normal School.
She taught school for several years in rural schools in the Lysander area. She was a member of the Cato Union Church.
Her husband, Palmer R. Titus, a well-known farmer and businessman, died in 1984.
Surviving are one son, Herbert F. Titus of Cato; four grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
Services are 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Jewell Funeral Home, South Street, Cato, the Rev. James Shaw officiating. Spring burial will be in Cato Union Hill Cemetery.
Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm today (Feb. 12) at the funeral home.
Contributions may be made to the Lang Memorial Library or the Cato Rescue Unit.
Pharos-Tribune. Wednesday, March 11, 1987. p. 2.
Florabell Mollie Titus, 69, of 1416 Balsam St., died at 1:10 p.m. Tuesday in Memorial Hospital.
She was born Dec. 8, 1917, in Cass County to Ora and Maude Ammerman Baker. She was married May 7, 1934, in Logansport to Lawrence Titus, who died Sept. 21, 1963.
She was a retired restaurant cook and a member of Jehovah's Witnesses.
Surviving are three sons, Gary Gene, 1416 Balsam St., Steve Edward, 1311 Liberty St., and Michael Dewayne, 222 Humphrey St.; three daughters, Bonnie Lou Wilson, 1806 Knowlton St., Patricia Ann Ehler, 31 E. Lincoln Ave., and Sheila Lough, 101 Park Ave.; three sisters, Pauline Yard, Morris, Ill., Violet Titus, Gardner, Ill., and Marth Ann Alley, Arcadia; 24 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren and 14 step-grandchildren.
A son preceded in death.
Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday in Fisher Funeral Chapel, with Paul Rossomme officiating. Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery.
Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. Thursday in the funeral home.
The Marshall Expounder. Dec. 20, 1907.
The Wages of Sin Paid by the Sinner, Morris Newton, of Delton
MOTHER IS NOW IN JAIL
The Career of Frances Titus and Her Lover Was Brief and Ended With a Shocking Tragedy
Frances Titus, of Cloverdale, was married to Morris Newton, of Delton, Wednesday, just before noon. Immediately after the marriage in Grand Rapids the couple came to Newton's parents' home, near the village of Cloverdale. It was after they left that the body of their six months' old child was found in the Grand River at Grand Rapids. Wife and husband were in the Newton Home when Grand Rapids police officers got the house by 'phone and asked the questions which caused Morris to go out into the yard, without a word to his wife or anyone else, and shot himself to death. Later the officers came and took the wife to Grand Rapids, where she is in jail. She made this statement:
"Soon after my baby was born my husband began to devise means to get rid of it. He wanted to poison it. He said he would bury it in Cloverdale. I would not consent to this. Then he talked of throwing it in the river, and to this, also, I objected.
"I suggested leaving the baby on somebody's doorstep. Then he stopped talking of killing it. I wanted him to take it to the Children's home Tuesday night, but he wouldn't call up the home on the phone. Finally he put the baby in the suit case, saying he would leave it on the doorstep of a cousin of mine. He left the house at 8 p.m. and came back at 10:20. Then we packed up and went to a hotel.
"Wednesday morning we went to Delton. A reporter came and questioned myself and husband. After we had all gone to bed my husband thought he heard a step on the porch and thought the officers had come. He went out in the yard and shot himself."
Thus does Frances Titus Newton, of Cloverdale, Barry county, place with her dead husband responsibility for the death of their six-weeks old baby girl, whose dead body was found Wednesday morning by a wood picker floating in the Grand River in a suitcase perforated with holes. The name of Mrs. Newton's father, a farmer near Cloverdale, led to the solution of the mystery.
Only a few years ago Frances Titus was one of the cheeriest, most popular girls in Cloverdale and Denton. Every one liked her and there was always rivalry among the boys in the little country school as to who should take her to dances and parties.
But Morris Newton, stalwart, well dressed, won her heart. They were engaged to be married, but Morris first was anxious to have his fling in the city. Frances went with him. Their visits to Grand Rapids in each other's company became more frequent. The glamor of the city dazzled the little country girl.
The old, old story was retold.
The Independent. Friday, Jan. 22, 1965. p. 9.
ARCADIA - Masonic services for Frank E. Titus, 80, retired B. F. Goodrich Rubber Co. official who resided at 1830 Highland Oaks Drive, Arcadia, will be conducted Saturday, at 12:30 p.m., in the Church of the Recessional, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale.
Entombment will follow at Forest Lawn.
Mr. Titus died Jan. 17 at a Pasadena hospital, apparently from heart failure.
At the time he retired from the Goodrish Company in 1949, he was serving as Pacific Coast sales manager. He had a continuous association with the company for 42 years, serving 21 years on the West Coast.
In 1920 he was named vice president of the International B. F. Goodrich Rubber Co. He travelled in 16 countries, establishing sales branches and directing European sales activities.
Mr. Titus was a 32nd degree Mason, a member of the California Club and the Jonathan Club of Los Angeles. He formerly was a Rotarian.
A native of Cleveland, O., he had resided in the Valley area since 1928, and in Arcadia for the past 12 years.
Surviving Mr. Titus are his widow, Mrs. Florence W. Titus; son, Woody Titus of Des Moines, Iowa, and two grandsons, Richard and Robert Titus.
The Bismarck Tribune. Monday, May 2, 1938. pp. 1 & 3.
Frank E. Titus, 212 Thayer avenue west, one of Bismarcks' earliest pioneers and a charter member in a number of local lodges, died Saturday at 3:45 p.m., in the Bismarck hospital after an illness of 10 weeks. Death was the result of complications. Mr. Titus entered the hospital Feb. 19, and during the time he was there underwent three operations.
The body has been taken to the Convert funeral home and will lie in state from 4 p.m. Monday to 10 a.m. Tuesday. Guards from the Slope chapter, Rose Croix, will be in attendance during this time. Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the body will lie in state at the Masonic Temple.
Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. from the Masonic temple by members of the Rose Croix. Announcement is made by the Masons that these services at the temple and those at the Convert home will be open to all friends of Mr. Titus. Burial will take place in the Fairview cemetery
Pallbearers will be Roy Logan, J. O. Lyngstad, Erve Iverson, Wilton; A. A. Loehrke, Theodore Taylor and G. Olgierson.
Honorary pallbearers will be Duncan McGillis, Charles Pearce, C. G. Boise, Frank Evarts, Frank Gage, William Watson, McKenzie; Jodge A. G. Burr, Ole Johnson, R. M. Bergeson, Arthur Hollensworth, D. H. Houser, and E. G. Wanner.
Born in Titusville, Pa., Jan. 13, 1862, Mr. Titus was a scion of an old Colonial Dutch family.
The original American forebear came from Amsterdam, Holland, to settle in New York in the early beginnings of American Colonial history. Later the family moved to the Dutch settlement in Huntington county, Pa., where was born the grandfather of Frank E. Titus.
Grandfather an Engineer
This grandfather became a civil engineer and moved to the vicinity of what is now Titusville. The community was named in his honor. It was here that James Titus, father of the Bisnarck man, was born Nov. 12, 1833.
Like most other residents of Northwest Pennsylvania in those days, Frank Titus's father became engaged in the oil industry. It was a profitable occupation for a while and he built up a sizeable fortune, only to see it swept away in the great panic of 1873. Undiscouraged, he started anew and was able to retire in comfort to Cambridge, Pa. in 1903. He died at Cambridge in April, 1926.
Mr. Titus' mother was Miss Alta Hill of New York before her marriage. She was born in 1843 in Cataraugus county, N. Y., and died near Titusville in April, 1868.
Frank E. Titus received his education in the public schools of Titusville, cutting short his formal learning when he was 16 tears old to take work in the Pennsylvania oil fields. It was at this time that he learned the trade of the stationary engineer which he was to follow for the rest of his active life.
Came Here in 1883
Leaving Pennsylvania when he was 21 years of age, Mr. Titus came to Bismarck in 1883 to take employment as engineer in a flour mill for four years. Following that he was engineer at Bismarck high school for two years.
It is the next and longest period in Mr. Titus' life that must take rank as the most picturesque of his career, covering as it does 31 years as an engineer on government steamboats plying the then busy channel of the Missouri river.
In 1899, Mr. Titus became engineer on the steamer "Josephine." a position which he kept for 14 years until he took the same job on another government boat, the "Mandan>" This was followed by 12 years on the "McPherson" and one year on the "Missouri."
Each of these boats was used to keep the channel free from snags that might interrupt river navigation.
The day came, however, when the necessity of keeping the channel open for river boats no longer existed and Mr. Titus turned to land for employment. For two years he worked as a plumber and then in August, 1922, was appointed engineer at the state capital powerhouse.
Was Engineer at Capital
Mr. Titus served as capital engineer until 1933, when ill health forced him to resign. Afterward he became custodian of the Masonic temple, the position he held at the time of his death. He would have served eight years in that capacity in August.
Mr. Titus married miss Lizzie M. Walton, daughter of a Civil War veteran, at the home of her parents in Minneapolis, Minn., in 1866. On Dec. 27, 1936, the couple observed their golden wedding anniversary.
Three children, all still living, were born to Mr. and Mrs. Titus and there are many grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. Children are Mrs. George E. Juell, Spokane, Wash.; Mrs. W. C. Cavanaugh, Kansas City, Mo,; and Lloyd E. Titus, Portland, Ore.
Mrs. Cavanaugh and her daughter, Miss Vivian Cavanaugh came to Bismarck when Mr. Titus first was taken ill and are still here. Lloyd E. Titus also came to Bismarck when his father entered the hospital and remained for 10 days, returning to his home to attend to business. He and Mrs. Titus were to arrive Monday noon for the funeral services. Word has not been received from Mrs. Juell.
Member of Many Lodges
Mr. Titus also leaves three half-sisters, Mrs. W. G. Fuller, Miami, Fla.; Miss Bertha Titus and Mrs. O. L. Martin, both of Cambridge Springs, Pa.; two half-brothers, William and Luther Titus, also of Cambridge Springs, Pa., and one cousin, R. H. Davenport, Elizabeth, N. J.
He was a member of the Burleigh County Pioneer association since its organization. Mith Mrs. Titus he attended every function given by the group since it has been organized.
Mr Titus was a member of the Methodist church and was active in both church and lodge functions. He was a 32nd degree Mason and a member of the Bismarck lodge No. 5 A.F and A. M.; Bismarck Chapter No. 10 R. A. M.; Tancred Commandery No. 1 K. T. Bismarck; Mismarck Lodge of Perfection; Missouri Slope chapter, Rose Croix; Mismarck-Mandan Consistory; St. Elmo Lodge No. 4, K of P., of which he was a past chancellor; Bismarck Lodge No. 120, AOUW, and Bismarck Lodge BPOE. He held charter memberships in all those organizations.
The Daily Chronicle. Monday, Sept. 19, 1966. p. 4.
WINLOCK - Frank L. Titus, 84, a longtime resident of Winlock, died Saturday in a Chebalis nursing home. He was born Nov. 19, 1881, in Chickasaw County, Iowa.
Survivors include his widow, Mable E., Winlock; a step-daughter, Mary E. Lane, Winlock; a step-son Frank W. Morrison, The Dalles, Ore.; two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Graveside services are Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Winlock cemetery with the Rev. Earl Horsell officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of the Cattermole Funeral Home in Winlock.
The Frederick Post/ Wednesday Morning, June 20, 1945. p. 5.
Frank Titus, well known retired farmer of Poolesville, died Monday at his home, aged 68 years. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Annie Frye Titus; the following children: Mrs. Lucille V. Mathews, Lewistown; Mrs. Nellie J. Jarboe, Washington; Mrs. Anna M. Brooks, Dickerson; Edward W. Titus, Barnesville; Norman S. Titus, Beallsville; Mrs. Kathleen Hubble, Gaithersburg; Mrs. Cindy Butler, Dickerson; Mrs Elsie Ward, Silver Spring; James G., John M. and David W. Titus and Mrs. Elizabeth W. Moore, Poolesville; three sisters, Mrs. Nellie Jones, Dickerson; Mrs. Gertrude Haller, Poolesville, and Mrs. Mary Armstrong, New Columbia, Pa., two brothers, Paul R. Titus, Washington and Thornton V Titus, Cabin John; thirty-six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Funeral services Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the late residence in Poolesville. Interment in Monocacy cemetery, Beallsville. William B. Hilton, funeral director.
Reno Evening Gazette. November 5, 1954. p. 2/
Frank Titus of Truckee, native of Genoa, died Thursday afternoon in a local hospital after a short illness.
Titus, an insurance salesman, is survived by his wife, Flora, of Truckee, a daughter, Mrs. A. A. Cozzalio of Reno, two sons, Jack C. of San Rafael and Frank L. of Portola, a brother, William, and six grandchildren.
The Morning Herald. Tuesday, December 7, 1926. p. 7.
Frank Titus died at his home in Point Marion Sunday morning, December 5, 1926 at 4:30 o'clock following an illness of three months. He is survived by his wife, Esther, and two children, Kenneth and Thelma at home and five brothers, Charles of Uniontown; M. Lee, B. L., G. S. and D. E. Titus all of Point Marion, one sister, Mrs. Thomas Richner of Point Marion and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Titus.
Funeral Services will be held this morning at 10 o'clock in the home followed by burial in the Point Marion cemetery.
The Billings Gazette. Wednesday, August 3, 1949. p. 2.
Frank V. Titus, 61, 121 South Twenty-sixth street, died at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the state hospital at Galen, where he had been a patient for two months.
Mr. Titus had been employed as a porter by the Koppe Jewelry store in Billings since 1926.
He was born Feb. 20, 1888, at McKinney, Texas, and served as a private in company 5, 815th Pioneer infantry, during World war I. He was a member of the American Legion.
Surviving are a brother, James Titus, 14 North Twenth-fifth, and two sisters, Mrs. Evelyn S. Thompson of Brady, Texas, and Mrs. J. W. Brigham of Dallas, Texas.
The body will be brought to Smith's funeral home.
The Post-Standard. Wednesday Morning, June 1, 1904. p. 1.
Frank W. Titus, a well known commercial traveller, died at 3.50 o'clock yesterday afternoon at his residence, No. 20 Hawley avenue, of uraemic poisoning. His last illness was short, although for some time past he had suffered from a complication of diseases. About a month ago he visited French Lick Springs at French Lick, Ind., and took a course of treatment, but without benefit. Since his return ha steadily declined.
Mr. Titus was in the employ of O. V. Tracy & Co., and represented that firm in Northern New York for the past twenty-five years. He was as well known and popular throughout that section as Syracuse. He was a member of Central City Lodge No. 305, F. and A. M., the Uttea Commercial Travelers and Syracuse Council No. 221 of the United Commercial Travelers.
The funeral will be held from his residence at 12:30 o'clock Friday afternoon. Undertaker J. H. Cornell will send the remains to Fulton for burial.
Beatrice Daily Sun. Tues., Sept. 24, 1957. p. 2.
Frank Wesley Titus, 70, 1705 Woodland Avenue died at a local hospital Tuesday morning. Born March 29, 1887 in Beatrice, Mr. Titus was employed by the C.B. & Q. Railroad retiring in 1946.
Survivors include his wife, Amanda Titus; four daughters, Mrs Marie Ex Clion Mich., Mrs. Frances Rhoads, Salem, Ore., Mrs. Opal Bandergrift and Mrs. Dixie Larimore, both of Beatrice; two sons, Louis Titus, and William Titus, both of Salem, Ore.; 18 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Lena Stevens, McCook.
Memorial services will be held Friday at 2 p. m. from the Harman Mortuary with the Rev. LeRoy Morrow officiating. Interment will be in the Evergreen Home Cemetery.
Naples Daily News. Sun., Sept. 5, 1976. p. C5.
MARCO - Franklyn Titus died Friday. He came to Marco four years ago from Newark, N.J. He was the retired superintendent of the Newark School System. He was a member of the Marco Island Rotary Club and the Garden Club.
He is survived by his wife, Nan of Marco; two daughters, Mrs Maurice Cruz of San Jose, Calif. and Miss Jean Titus of Itasca, Illinois; a sister, Mrs. Helen Abbott of Trenton, N.J.; a stepson, Donald W. Rhodes of Marco; a stepdaughter, Miss Carol Rhodes of Glenridge, N.J. and five grandchildren.
Private services under the direction of Josberger Marco Island Funeral Home.
The Lima News. Thurs., Jan. 24, 1963. p. 2.
KENTON - Services for Fred E. Titus, 68, of 724 S. Leighton, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Hull Funeral Home, Kenton. Mr. Titus died at 8 a.m. Wednesday in San Antonio Hospital following a three-year illness.
A retired farmer, Mr. Titus was born March 20, 1894 in Big Springs. His parents were Charles and Carrie (Deerwester) Titus.
Surviving are his widow, the former Ruth Smith; two daughters, Mrs. Owen Stinson and Mrs. Glen Koch, both of Kenton: a son, Earl of Palm Bay, Fla.; four brothers, Jay of Kenton, Lewis of Wapakoneta, Kenneth of Springfield and Manley of Westminster; two sisters, Mrs. Althea Huffman of Bellefontaine and Mrs. Lillian Meeker of Wapakoneta, and five grandchildren.
Friends may call at the funeral home.
The Raton Range. Tuesday, March 2, 1999. p. 2.
Fred H. Titus, Jr., 67, of Raton, died Friday, Feb. 26. He was born on July 22, 1931 in Brooklyn, N.Y., the son of the late Fred H. Titus, Sr. and Louise Rickett Titus.
Mr. Titus died as a result of a nine-year battle with cancer. At his request, his body has been donated to the University of New Mexico Medical School with the profound hope that what they can find from him, may help find a cure for the dreaded disease, so that today's and the future children may be spared from the killer disease. His eyes have been willed to the New Mexico Lions Club, so that someone may see the glory of gods.
Fred's last wishes were to offer back his soul in the hope that He will forgive me and have a place for me. I hope people will pray to Jesus that cures will quickly be found for all the cancers. I offer to the people of Raton my sincere thanks for their prayers and all the encouragement during my long fight with cancer. I advise others with cancer 'Do not give up on God' or yourself for He is always there with you. To my wife, the deepest love I am capable of for over 36 years we had together, her support and prayers have given me strength and sustained me. May God bless all the people that have been part of the life that God has given me.
Survivors include his wife Phyllis Titus of the family home in Raton, a step-son, Clifford Bergesen and his wife Marian of Mansfield, Mass.; grandchildren Heather and Matthew Bergesen, both of Mansfield, Mass.; a sister-in-law, Rita Sarsfield and her husband Bill of West Roxbury, Mass.; two brothers-in-law, Father Jude Thaddeus of Newton, N.J., and Peter Bradley and his wife Eileen of West Roxbury, Mass.; and numeroud nieces and nephews.
Recitation of the Most Holy Rosary will be on Friday, March 5 at 9:30 a.m. at St. Patricks Catholic Church on Second Street. Solumn Mass of the Resurrection will follow at 10 a.m. with Rev. Father James L. Vance as the celebrant.
Funeral arrangements for Fred H. Titus Jr. are under the direction of Alderette-Pomeroy Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions to the Miners Colfax Medical Center so that their merciful work may continue.
The Atlanta Constitution. Monday Morning, April 9, 1900. p. 1.
Peru Ind., April 8. Fred Titus, proprietor of the depot restaurant here was probably fatally stabbed and his brother Steve seriously cut today by two unknown men. Two men who were intoxicated, refused to pay for their lunch and insulted Mrs. Titus. They were driven away, but later returned, when the stabbing occurred. Both strangers escaped and have not yet been captured.
Portland Press Herald. Monday Morning, January 13, 1947. p. 16.
Sanford, Jan. 12. - Mr. and Mrs. Ray N. Greene, Deering Neighbourhood, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Edna Mildred, to Fred W. Titus, son of Fred J. Titus, Springvale, formerly of North Weymouth, Mass.
No date has been set for the wedding.
The bride-elect was graduated from Sanford High School in 1943. Mr. Titus was discharged from the U. S. Navy after serving four years aboard the Aircraft carrier Essex.
Montana Standard. Sunday Morning, November 27, 1932. p. 6.
Mrs. Thomas Rowe of 1816 Monroe avenue has received the news, from Durango, Colo., of the death of her nephew, Fredd Titus, 23, who was killed in an automobile accident. The Titus family formerly resided here, making their home on California avenue, leaving six years ago to reside in Colorado. He was raised in Butte and attended the Monroe and Butte high schools. Besides his wife and small daughter, Fredena, he is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Titus; a sister, Miss Lois Titus, and an aunt, Mrs. Thomas Rowe. The Titus family are well known here as Mt. Titus was for many years a prominent businessman of this city.
The Daily Star. Monday, June 30, 1975. p. 15.
DAVENPORT - Frederick H. Titus, 99, of Hoseyville Roas, Davenport, a retired farmer, died Friday, June 27, at Community Hospital, Stamford, following a brief illness.
He was born April 28, 1876, at South Jefferson, a son of Oliver and Annaliza (Wiltsie) Titus. He married Olive Crandall, on April 25, 1900, at Davenport. She died Nov. 13, 1958.
Mr. Titus had been a resident of Davenport most of his life and owned and operated a farm on Quaker Hill, Davenport, for many years until he retired.
Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Helen Mabey, Davenport, Mrs. Thomas (Mina) Conlon, Maspeth, Long Island, and Mrs. Preston (Evelyn) Berry, Davenport; 11 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren and nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m., Monday, June 30, in the Hall Funeral Home, Stamford, with the Rev. Rodney E. Johnson, pastor of the Davenport United Methodist Church officiating,
Burial will be in the Davenport Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home at their convenience.
The New York Times. Friday, September 13, 1901.
OAKLAND, N. J., Sept. 12. - Three explosions occured at the works of the American E. C. and Schultze Powder Company at this place at 1:30 this afternoon. Five persons were killed, two probably fatally injured, and many others badly hurt.
The first explosion was the blowing up of a boiler, which caused the two others. Smokeless powder is manufactured at the works, which are in charge of Capt. Money, the well-known pigeon shot. The cause of the boiler explosion is not known.
The dead are:
WILLIAM TITUS, forty years old, engineer in charge of the boiler.
ARTHUR CURRY, twenty-two years old, driver. Home, Newburg.
JOHN DUPONT, twenty-five years old, employed at Isaac's Hotel.
RICHARD VAN BLARCAN, twenty years old, mason.
HARRISON WEYBLE, twenty-five years old, driver.
Those fatally injured are:
BARTHOLOMEW BURNE, twenty-two years old, back broken.
ANDREW LASSENGER, twenty-one years old. back broken.
The less seriously injured were William Weatherworks, thirty-five years old. mixer. Abram McMonnies, forty years of age; Frederick Titus, thirty-five years old, brother of the engineer killed; Frederick Titus, Jr., son of the engineer killed; William Titus, son of the engineer killed; John Farrell, thirty-five years of age, roofer.
Mrs Titus was informed early that her husband was dead and that some of her sons were hurt. She and her other five children formed a sad group as they waited to claim the three injured members and the body of the father.
The two men with broken backs were sent to the Paterson Hospital, while the others were taken to their homes. County Physician McBride of Paterson came here late in the afternoon and allowed the removal of the dead. He will order probably an inquest.
Dupont leaves a wife. Engineer Titus leaves a wife and eight children.
Muscatine Journal. Thursday, December 23, 1971. p. 14.
Rev. Wesley Snodgrass officiated at funeral services held for G. Raymond Titus, 87, at 2 this afternoon at the Ralph J. Wittich Funeral home.
Mrs. Floyd Scott was the organist.
Pallbearers were Harold Froehner, Dr. R. R. Goad, F. L. Webster, Harry McKee, Don Day and Paul Grossllaus.
Burial was in Greenwood cemetery.
Mr. Titus died Monday at his home at 510 W. 2nd St.
Beatrice Daily Sun. Tues., Feb. 30, 1952. p. 5.
Gail Lou Titus was granted a divorce from Donald Alfred Titus by District Court Judge Cloyde B. Ellis today. The couple were married in Beatrice in March, 1948. Custody of a son was awarded the mother along with child support. Titus is presently in the Air Force.
Syracuse Herald-Journal. Thursday, April 24, 1952. p. 3.
AUBURN - Mrs. Genevieve Soule Titus, wife of Arthur W. Titus, Owasco ter., Westlake rd., died yesterday after a long illness. Mr. Titus is commander of W. Mydderse Rice Post 97, American Legion.
Mrs. Titus was a member of Rice Post Auxiliary, 97, American Legion, and a member of the Flemming Rice Auxiliary. She was active in bowling circles and served as secretary of the Independent Woman's bowling team, Ronan A.C Alleys.
Besides her husband, she is survived by a stepson, Melvin W. Titus, Dannemore; two sisters, Mrs. John Ryan, Weedsport, and Mrs. Raymond Walsh, Skaneateles; a brother, Russell E. Soule, Syracuse.
Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. on Saturday from the home of a sister-in-law, Mrs. William A. Hockeborne, 27 Holley st. Burial will be in Lakeview Cemetery, Fleming.
Nashua Telegraph. Monday, October 30, 1961. p. 2.
George C. Titus, a resident of this city for over 30 years, died in a local hospital Sunday night. He was born in Manchester the son of William J. and Clara (McQueston) Titus on October 30, 1899.
Mr. Titus had been an employe of the J.F. McElwain Company for over 34 years. At the time of his death he was Office Manager of the Cost Accounting Department. In 1947-1948 he was a member of the City Champion bowling team at J.F. McElwain.
An active menber of Nashua Lodge B.P.O.E. No. 720; he was Exalted Ruler in 1954-1955 and at the present was treasurer of the Lodge. He was also a member of the Lafayette Club of Nashua.
He was a member of the Unitarian-Universalist church and at one time taught in the Sunday school of the Universalist church. The family home is at 12B Hanover st.
Members of the family include, his wife, Mrs. Juliette Y. Titus; two daughters, Mrs Donald (Barbara) Burns, Manchester, Mrs. Phillip R. (Gloria) Dubois, Nashua, and one son, Pfc John N. Latulipe, USA, stationed in Kitzingen, Germany; three grandchildren, LeeAnn, Barbara and Thomas Burns; two sisters, Miss Letta Titus of this city, Mrs Clara Plant of St. Petersburg, Fla, and one brother, Nelson Titus, Candia, NH. Also several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Friends may call at the Davis funeral home, 1 Lock st; this evening from 7 to 9 and Tuesday afternoon and evening 2 to 4 and 7 to 9.
The Portsmouth Times. Thursday, October 6, 1949. p. 23.
Graveside funeral services for George Edward Titus, 74, will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at Bennett Cemetery northeast of Minford. Rev. U. S. Pinson will officiate.
Mr. Titus died Tuesday night at his home at McVeigh, Ky., after an illness of several months. The body will arrive tonight to remain at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Cooley of Back Run, until the funeral hour.
Mr. Titus was born Sept. 24, 1875, near Portsmouth, a son of the late Henry and Amanda Titus. He was married in 1899 to Anna Raike of Portsmouth, and they had six children. Mrs. Titus and a son, Troy, died in March, 1936.
Two years later Mr. Titus married Mrs. Bessie Blevins of McVeigh, who survives. Also surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Cooley, Mrs. Evelyn Fletcher of McVeigh and Mrs. Dorothy Walker of Marysville; two sons, Cloyd and Paul Titus of McVeigh; six grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
Mr. Titus was a member of the McVeigh Baptist Church.
Beatrice Daily Sun. Sunday, June 13, 1937. p. 8.
HOLDRIDGE, Neb., June 12 (AP) - George H. Titus, 66, president of the First National Bank of Holdridge since 1913, died suddenly of a heart ailment this morning at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, friends here learned.
Titus was reyurning from a six weeks' vacation tour of the south and west with his daughter, Mrs. Walt Hoppe of Holdridge and a niece, Mrs. L. B. Titus of Galesburg, Ill.
Titus began his banking career in 1898 as a bookkeeper. Later he succeeded his father, the late L. F. Titus, as president of the bank. He was president of a group four of the Nebraska State Bankers association and a member of the association's executive council three years.
Three brothers survive in addition to his daughter. They are L. W. Titus, vice president of the bank, L. B. Titus, cashier, and E. G. Titus of Portland, Ore. His wife died a number of years ago.
Northwest Arkansas Times. Sat., July 29, 1972. p. 2.
George O. Titus, 69, of Fayetteville, died this morning at a local hospital. Born Dec. 15, 1902, at Wessington Springs, S.D., the son of George M. and Hattie England Titus, he was a retired civil service employe.
Survivors are the widow, the former Eva S. Rogers, of the home; one daughter, Mrs. Richard Ruffalo of Mt. Prospect, Ill.; two brothers, Bryan of Corona, Calif., and Harry of Riverton, Wyo., one sister, Mrs. Vera Johnson of Laguna Hills, Calif. and two grandchildren.
Arrangements will be announced by the Watson Mortuary.
Times Herald. Saturday, Sept. 22, 1973. p. 2.
COON RAPIDS - Funeral services for George Titus, 78, of International Falls, Minn., formerly of Coon Rapids, were held at the First Christion Church here at 2 p.m. Friday.
The Rev. Kenneth Watson officiated. Music was provided by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cretsinger, vocalists, and Mrs. Don Ridgeway, organist. Pallbearers were Max Titus, Harold Titus, Marvin Titus, LaVerne Titus, Ronald Storm and Ronald Roberts. Burial was in Union Township Cemetery, Coon Rapids, under direction of the Mason Funeral Home.
Mr. Titus died at International Falls, Sep. 18.
Record-Eagle. Thursday, May 21, 1970. p. 18.
Gerald A. Titus, 65, of 1231 Santo Street, Traverse City, died Wednesday at a Marquette hospital following an extended illness.
Mr. Titus was born in Wolverine, Michigan, on May 22, 1905 where he spent his early life. He was united in marriage to Elizabeth Kubis of Charlevoix on December 16, 1925.
For many years Mr. Titus had been employed in the lumbering industry and recently had been employed in the upper peninsula.
Surviving besides his wife are three sons, Gerald of Battle Creek, Robert of Burbank, Calif., and Larry of Traverse City; two daughters, Mrs. Kenneth (Elsie) Maynard of Rantoul, Illinois and Mrs. James (Mary) Clous of Traverse City; a brother Alfred of Dexter, Michigan and a sister Ethel Reed of Gregory, Mich., and 16 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at the Hibbard Funeral Chapel Saturday at 3 p.m. with the Rev. William DesAutels officiating. Burial will take place in Oakwood Cemetery.
Syracuse Herald-Journal. Thursday, November 9, 2000.
Gerald C. Titus, 90, of Greenville, S.C., formerly of Syracuse, died Monday at Greenville Memorial Hospital, Greenville.
He was born in Cato. He retired in 1974 as a Photostat technician after 30 years with Onondaga County. He was an Army veteran of World War II and served in the state Army National Guard.
Survivors: A cousin, David Titus of Simpsonville, S.C.
Services: Private. Burial, Cato Union Cemetery, Cato. No calling hours. Gaynor-Maslyn Funeral Home, Syracuse, has arrangements.
The Lima News. September 18, 1946. p. 2.
KENTON, Sept. 18 - Mrs. Gertie G. Titus, 65, died at 3 p. m. Monday at her home here after a heart attack.
A native of Big Springs, she was born Dec. 2, 1881. In 1902 she married C. S. Titus, who died in 1930.
Survivors include two sons, Beryl D. Titus of Flint, Mich., and Paul Titus of Norwood; two brothers, Irven Deardorf, Kenton; and Carl Deardorf, Mt. Victory, and a sister, Mrs. William Greene, Belle Center.
Schindewolf funeral home is in charge of the services, to be at 2 p. m. Thursday at the Big Springs Methodist church. Burial will be in Rushsylvania. The body will remain at the funeral home.
Western Kansas Press. Thursday, November 8, 1962. p. 9.
Mrs. Gladys A. Titus, 68, 2201 Forest, died at her home this morning after a long illness. She had been a lifelong resident of Great Band and a graduate of Great Bend High School and Emporia State Teachers College.
Married July 29, 1922, in Great Bend, she lived on a farm south of town until 1936. At one time she taught at Great Bend High School.
Survivors include her husband, Ray, a principal in the firm Gibson, Titus and Stafford, Inc., a son, Harold, Rt. 2; two daughters, Mrs. J. J. (Mary) Murray, Rt. 2, and Ruth Titus, Merriam, and a sister, Mrs. Thomas R. Taylor, Rt. 1; and seven grandchildren.
Mrs. Titus was a member of the Congregational Church and a member of the Eastern Star. She was a past president of the Dorcus Club and an honorary member of the Progress Club.
Services will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the Congregational Church, Rev. Edward H. Brantz officiating. Burial will be in the Great Bend Cemetery by Bryant and Fryberger Funeral Home.
Joplin News Herald. Friday, May 14, 1943. p. 7.
Mrs. Gladys Virgie Titus, 35 years old, wife of Otis Titus, died at 3:15 o'clock yesterday afternoon at her home, 217 McKinley street, following an illness of two months.
Mrs. Titus had lived in Joplin all of her life. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son, Otis Titus, Jr.; three daughters, Peggy, Helen and Jerry Titus of the home; three sisters, Mrs. Agnes Ball of Melrose, Kan., Mrs. Fannie Keller of Joplin and Mrs. Florinda Johnson of Columbus, and two brothers, Wallace Hurst of Carl Junction and Edward Hurst of Belville.
The Webb City Undertaking Company is in charge of arrangements.
Journal-Tribune. Friday, November 18, 1994.
The community was saddened again this past week losing another former resident, Gleston Titus, son of the late Mr. & Mrs. Howard Titus, long time neighbours of Geraldine Hoffman. Mr. Titus, 71 died at the Ohio State University Medical Center in Columbus, where he was taken for surgery. Survivors include three daughters, a son, three grandchildren, two great grandchildren, three sisters and a brother. He was preceded in death by a sister and a granddaughter.
Beatrice Daily Sun. Tues., May 22, 1951.
ALLIANCE, Neb. (AP) - An accident in the Burlington railroad yards here has taken the life of Gordon A. Titus, 50, a switchman.
Titus was injured early yesterday and died later in an Alliance hospital.
W. F. Giles, superintendent of the Alliance division of the railroad, said Titus was adjusting a coupling on a freight car when another car rolled against it.
Titus suffered a crushed right arm and apparently an injured pelvis.
He is survived by his widow, Mabel.
Pharos-Tribune. Friday Evening, November 25, 1960.
Mrs. Grace Mae Titus, 75, of 1600 Douglass st., died at 2 p.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph's hospital.
She was born on June 25, 1885, in Kokomo, the daughter of Jacob and Sarah Odom Rodman. Her marriage was to Ed Titus, who died in 1958.
She is survived by five sons, William, Harold, Paul, Walter and Lawrence, all of Logansport; three daughters, Mrs. Ruth Jones, Leipsic, Ohio; Mrs. Bertha Smith and Mrs. Violet Ross, both of Logansport; 75 grandchildren and 36 great-grandchildren; a brother, Walter Rodman, Kokomo; three sisters, Mrs. Pearl Cardwell and Mrs. Vine Arbuckle, both of Kokomo, and Mrs. Clara Beard, Defiance, Ohio.
Friends may call at the Fisher funeral home where services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. The Reverand Paul Winder will officiate and burial will be at Mount Hope cemetery.
The Progress-Index. Wednesday, May 3, 1967. p. 36.
Funeral services for Mrs. Grace Titus Gates, wife of the late T. Morriss Gates, Sr., who died Monday at her home, 2246 Ft. Rice St., were conducted today at 12:30 p.m. in the chapel of J. T. Morriss & Son.
Dr. Robert C. Vaughan, Jr., pastor of Second Presbyterian Church, officiated and pallbearers were: Robert E. Floyd, James T. Floyd, E. Neil Titus, J. Madison Titus, Jennings H. Titus, V. R. Beachy, Jr. and William T. Beachy.
Interment was in Blandford Cemetery.
The Coshocton Tribune. Sunday morning, December 18, 1932. p. 9.
Grant Titus, aged 67 died suddenly from heart disease Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of his sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Seifried, Onadenhutten. He had been appointed justice of the peace of Clay tp. by Governor George White two weeks ago. Until that time he had made his home in Newcomerstown for two years.
Surviving are three brothers, S. O. Titus, West State st., Newcomerstown, Nelson Titus, California, and John Titus, Byesville; two sisters, Mrs. M. V. Hollingsworth, who resides southeast of here, and Mrs. Seifired.
He was born in Perry tp., Tuscarawas co., a son of the late Caldwell and Elizabeth Titus and was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church.
Nevada State Journal. Tuesday, Jan. 16, 1962. p. 11.
Gregory Alikakos, 71, of 458 Court St., died at his home Friday. He was born March 25, 1890, in Sparta, Greece. He owned and operated restaurants in New York for more than 50 years before his retirement five years ago.
Survivors include his widow, Mary Alikakos, Reno; a daughter, Mrs Paula Titus; a son, William Alikakos, both of Reno; and three grandchildren, Billy Titus, Robbie Titus and Stephanie Titus.
Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the O'Brien-Rogers Chapel by Rev. Arcadios Arcadiou of the Greek Orthodox Church of Las Vegas. Burial will be in the Mountain View Cemetery.
The Constitution. Sunday, July 27, 1902.
Chicago, July 26 - It was made known here today in railroad circles that H. J. Titus, steward of Chicago and Alton dining cars, has been appointed superintendent commissary of the Mobile and Ohio railway and will assume his new duties August 15.
Back of the announcement is an interesting little story.
Mr. Titus had recently on his dining car a passenger who was so impressed with the courteous attention of the steward that upon the arrival of the train in Chicago the passenger, who was a high official of the Mobile and Ohio railroad, repaired to the general offices of the Chicago and Alton railway and being assured of Mr. Titus' ability, promptly appointed the latter superindentent commissary of the Mobile and Ohio railway. Mr. Titus will have his headquarters in Jackson, Tenn. He will be the youngest railway superintendent of dining cars in the United States, his age being but 24.
Caribou County Sun. Thursday, November 1, 1962.
Funeral services for H. W. "Bert" Titus, 80, of Grace were held Monday, October 29, at the Bannock Stake Tabernacle in Grace with Bishop Gail M. Ray conducting. Mr. Titus died Friday Morning, October 26 at the family home of a heart attack.
The family prayer was by Von T. Memdenhall. The organ prelude and postlude was played by Ora Meacham. The invocation was offered by Elvin C. Hubbard. Everett Smith accompanied by Viola Smith sang "That Silver Haired Daddy of Mine." The obituary was read by Floyd W. Dalton.
Speakers were Bishop Gail M. Ray and President Owen Glegg. The Valley Quartet sang "Beyond the Sunset." William B. Corbett sang "End OF A Perfect Day." The benediction was by Val Andreason. The dedicatory prayer was by Frank Harris.
Pallbearers were Floyd W. Dalton, John F. Roberts, Terrell L. Lish, Elvin C. Hubbard, William B. Corbett and Warner O. Chambers. The floral arrangements were by the First Ward Relief Society, assisted by grandchildren.
H. W. "Bert" Titus was born November 7, 1882 at Lincoln, Nebraska, to Benjamin and Susan Clark Titus. The family came to Soda Springs when Mr. Titus was young and homesteaded a farm. He attended the Soda Springs and Thatcher schools. He and Harriett Christensen were married April 20, 1903, at Thatcher.
The family moved to Bancroft where he owned and operated a grocery store under the name of Fisher and Titus. While there he also operated the Continental Oil Co. plant. He and his family than moved to Thatcher where they were engaged in farming.
In 1920 the family moved to Grace where he operated the Continental Oil Co. plant and was a rural mail carrier for several years. He had served as justice of the peace at Grace for several years and was employed by the Grace Hardware until his retirement in 1957.
He is survived by his widow of Grace; one son, Rulon of Baker, Oregon; six daughters, Mrs. F. W. (Rita) Dalton and Mrs. W. O. (Buelah) Chamber, both of San Diego; Mrs. John F. (Afton) Roberts of Lava Hot Springs; Mrs Thelma Corbett of Soda Springs; Mrs. Elvin C. (Helen) Hubbard of Grace, Mrs. T. L. (Grace) Lish of Pocatello, Twenty-six grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren also survive.
Burial was in the Thatcher Cemetery directed by Allen Funeral Home.
Trenton Evening Times. Mondsy, June 19, 1911.
Mrs. Hannah Titus, aged 89 years, who died last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edward Hann, 508 Stuyvesant Avenue, was buried this morning from the residence of the son, Carson T. Titus, Linvale, N. J.
Services were conducted in the Amwell Church at 11:30 o'clock. Interment was made in Amwell Cemetery, under the direction of N. B. Blackwell.
The Bucks County Gazette. Thursday, April 2, 1891.
Mrs. Hannah Titus died at the residence of her son, Edgar L. Titus, on Radcliffe street, on Sunday morning, of an intestinal trouble. Mrs. Titus was in the 78th year of her age, and was an old resident of Bristol. Three sons, Edgar L., of this place, and Leopold and Charles, of Philadelphia, and two daughters, Mrs. Emily Lindsay, of this place, and Mrs. Stephen B. Hibbs, of Philadelphia, survive her. The funeral services were held at her late residence on Tuesday afternoon, at two o'clock, and were conducted by Rev. E. P. Shields, D.D. The interment was in the Episcopal burying-ground.
Trenton Times. Friday, January 20, 1905. p. 1.
Harmon H. Titus, one of the best known of Trenton men and one of the oldest and most respected citizens, died this morning at 4 o'clock at Mercer Hospital after an illness of one week. Death was due to pneumonia.
Mr. Titus was confined to Mercer Hospital last Spring and Summer for a period of four months because of a peculiar affliction of the veins of his leg. He was given up by his physicians but eventually recovered and enjoyed fairly good health until ten days ago when he contracted a cold which quickly developed into pneumonia.
Harmon H. Titus was born seventy-five years ago at Stony Brook and of ancestry which had for many years figured prominently in the affairs of Mercer county. He came to Trenton fifty-five years ago and continued a resident until his death.
Several years ago he was the most extensive grain dealer in this section and conducted a shipping station at the present site of the Trenton Transportation Company. He was a miller by trade and was identified with grain business at the time of his last illness, having a store at 126 South Warren street.
Mr Titus was a widower. His wife, who was Letia Updike of Trenton, died about eight years ago. There were no children by the union. He leaves one brother and one sister, who are Mrs. Ida Stryker of Somerville and Benjamin Titus, father of Mrs. Augustus F. Stoll of 838 West State street.
Mr Titus was a cousin of Howard Titus, Welling Titus and Albert Titus of this city and an uncle by marriage of Mrs. Austin Snyder of West State street.
Mr. Titus enjoyed the friendship and confidence of many of the older well known men of Trenton. In politica he was an active Republican but never held office. He took great pride in the fact that for many years he was the first voter to cast his ballot election days in the Second precinct of the Second ward.
He was an active member of the First Presbyterian Church and has been identified with the congregation for most of the years of his life in Trenton.
The funeral arrangements have not been completed but services will either beheld (sic) in the mortuary chaple (sic) of David Taylor Ivins or the First Presbyterian Church. Other details will be arranged upon the arrival here of Mrs. Stryker, his sister.
The Bismarck Tribune. Saturday, May 18, 1940. p. 3.
Word has been received by Mrs. F. E. Titus of Bismarck of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanson, St. Paul. The child is a great grandson of Mrs. Titus.
Hutchinson News. Friday, March 2, 1973. p. 16.
STAFFORD - Harold M. Titus, 72, died Wednesday at his home after a heart attack. Born Dec. 21, 1900, at Stafford, he married Naomi Moore Sept. 23, 1921, at Wichita. She died Nov. 18, 1972. He was a farmer and a lifetime resident here.
Survivors include sons: Beuford, Wichita; Lee, Stafford; daughter Mrs. Norma Jean Akright, Wichita; brothers: William, Leon, Clarence, Lewis; Orville, Newton; sister: Mrs. Lela Murphy, Sedgwick; seven grandchildren.
Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Saturday at the Peacock-Milton Chapel officiating. Burial will be in Stafford Cemetery/
Timber - The Plot And Review. p. 19.
Very little has been written about Titus, who lived in Traverse City most of his life. He was born Feb. 20, 1888, to Josephine and Dorr Titus in an era when conservation was becoming a national topic for the first time. His father died when he was a baby.
When he was two, lumber production in Michigan peaked. Its decline was almost imperceptible at first, as loggers and sawmills shifted to hardwoods. Meanwhile, Traverse City’s first boom occurred from 1880- 1900, while he was growing up. It changed the face of the growing lumber town
when Titus was a little boy.
Handsome new brick buildings replaced wood structures downtown. New Victorian homes went up along Sixth Street. The population almost quintupled, zooming from 1,897 to 9,407.
By 1900, Harold Titus was 12 — old enough to remember the boom and to witness the bust that would follow. The next year, Teddy Roosevelt became the first president devoted heavily to conservation, something that must have made an impression on the Traverse City teenager. Over the next seven years, TR placed 230 million acres under public protection, and established and dedicated 150 national forests, 51 federal bird reservations, four national game preserves, five national parks and 18 national monuments.
Titus played football in high school and was working at the Evening Record in 1907 when he and another high school student there, Jay Smith, took off to attend the University of Michigan.
They were “excellent reporters and turned out a very high grade of work,” the Record reported in a farewell story on Sept. 19, 1907.
Titus covered University of Michigan sports and campus events for the Detroit News. He left school because of a bout with tuberculosis and became a News crime and courts reporter, covering sensational trials. In 1912, he went to Colorado and worked with cowboys for several weeks. He married Beth Benedict, who would be his wife of 53 years, in 1914, and came back to his hometown.
His first three books, all westerns, were “I Conquered” (1916), “Bruce of Circle A” (1918) and “The Last Straw” (1920). He wrote 11 novels in all, and hundreds of short stories and magazine articles.
Timber was his fourth novel. The author’s sense of responsibility and stewardship was awakened in 1918, shortly after he returned home from stateside service in World War I. He traveled to a favorite tract of forest along the Manistee River and saw a doe swimming frantically for her life down the river, pursued by poachers and their dogs. It appalled him and motivated him to write a series of stories that eventually became “Timber,” Kates said.
Over the next six decades, Titus would see new state forests rise in the northern Michigan wastelands of his youth. Michigan’s state forests now cover nearly 4 million acres, the largest dedicated state forest system in the United States. When he died on Oct. 9, 1967, northern Michigan was a vastly better place from the cutover wasteland he was born into. And Harold Titus helped make it so.
Northwest Arkansas Times. Tuesday, October 10, 1967. p. 2.
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) - Harold Titus, conservation editor of Field and Stream magazine, died Monday. He was 79.
Titus helped organize the Izaak Walton League in 1922 and served as commissioner of the Michigan Forest Service from 1927 to 1935. He was the author of several outdoor novels and was a former member of the Michigan Conservation Commission.
Beatrice Daily Sun. Friday Evening, January 28, 1949. p. 1. NE
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Titus of this city received word last night of the death yesterday of their son, Harold A. Titus, of Springfield, Ore.
Titus will be remembered here, having been a resident here for a number of years before moving to Oregon. He was 48 years of age and died after a lingering illness.
He leaves besides his wife, Bernice, a daughter, Mrs. James Partridge, Springfield, Ore.; two brothers, Donald A. Titus, Eugene, Ore., and Raymond C. Titus, Oxnard, Calif.; and two sisters, Mrs. E. L. Trowbridge of North Hollywood, Calif., and Mrs. Roy E. Brown of Beatrice.
The Bismarck Tribune. Saturday, May 18, 1940. p. 3.
Word has been received by Mrs. F. E. Titus of Bismarck of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanson, St. Paul. The child is a great grandson of Mrs. Titus.
The Portsmouth Herald. Tuesday, September 6, 1934. p. 4.
The death of Harrie K. Titus a veteran of the Spanish-American war and a former resident of Kittery, occurred suddenly at Long Island, New York, Saturday.
Mr. Titus is survived by his wife, two sons, Leroy and Kenneth Titus, both of York, and two daughters, Mrs. Frederick Ceely, at whose home in Long Island passed away, and Gertrude Titus of York.
Services were held Wednesday morning in New York and the interment took place today in the family lot in Orchard Grove cemetery, Kittery, under the direction of J. Verne Wood.
The New York Times. Monday, January 29, 1906.
Mrs. Harriet Titus Watkins, who was in her ninety-ninth year, died at her residence, 2,006 Fifth Avenue, at noon yesterday. She was one of the oldest residents of Harlem. She was born in October, 1807, spent sixty-seven years in Brooklyn, and thirty-two years in Harlem. Mrs Watkins was a member of the old Titus family, which settled in Huntington, L. I., in 1635. On her mother's side was the well-known Rowlandson family. One of the Rowlandsons was among the first graduates from Harvard. After this graduate, a minister, left Harvard, he settled in Lancaster, Mass. In King Phillip's war, Rowlandson's wife and son were captured by the Indians and held for ransom. The ransom was paid at the famous "Redemption Rock" on Senator Hoar's estate near Mount Wachusetts. Mrs. Watkins retained her faculties until the last.
The Caribou County Sun. Thursday, October 10, 1974. p. 2.
Funeral services for Harriett Christensen Titus, 94, of Grace were held Monday, October 7th, at the Grace Idaho L.D.S. Stake Center with Bishop Ray Lloyd conducting. Mrs, Titus passed away Wednesday, October 2nd, in San Diego of natural causes.
The family prayer was by Robert Chambers. The prelude and postlude were played by Earline Smith. The Williams Ward Choir directed by Shirley Hubbard, sang "O My Father". The invocation was by Roger Chambers. Terrell Lish read the obituary. Everett Smith, accompanied by Viola Smith, sang "That Wonderful Mother of Mine".
Speakers were Clarence D. Simmons and President Gail M. Ray. Bill Corbett sang "The Lord's Prayer". The dedicatory prayer was by Richard Chambers.
Bearers were Floyd W. Dalton, Terrell L. Lish, Rulon L. Titus, John F. Roberts, Warner O. Chambers and Elvin C. Hubbard. The floral arrangements were by the First Ward Relief Society. Elza Revoir, president/\.
Mrs Titus was born February 21, 1880 at Lago to Lars and Elizabeth Harris Christensen, She was married to H. W. (Bert) Titus April 20, 1903 at Thatcher and he died October 26, 1962.
She was a mwmber of the L.D.S. Church and had served in the stake and ward Relief Society presidencies, had been a Sundy School teacher for 35 years, had served as dance director in the Y.W.M I.A. and was a member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. She had been living in San Diego for the past two years.
Survivors are one son, Rulon, of Twin Pine, Ore.; five daughters, Mrs. Floyd (Rita) Dalton of Lamon Grove, Calif.; Mrs Thelma Corbett of Soda Springs; Mrs. W. O. (Beulah) Chambers of San Diego; Mrs. T. L. (Grace) Lish of Pocatello; Mrs Elvin (Helen) Hubbard of Grace and Mrs. J. F. (Afton) Roberts of Lava Hot Springs' 25 grandchildren, 60 great grandchildren, 4 great great grandchildren, one brother McGee Christensen of Weiser and one sister, Mrs. Amos Rigby of Bancroft.
The services were under the direction of the Allen Funeral Home with interment in the Thatcher Cemetery.
Muscatine Journal. Saturday, Sept. 30, 1967. p. 8.
Private graveside services will be conducted at 10 a. m. Monday at Greenwood Cemetery for Miss Harriett E. Titus.
Rev. T. H. Dindinger of the first Presbyterina Church will officiate.
Miss Titus died Friday at the Murphy Memorial hospital in Red Oak after an extended illness.
She was born June 25, 1882, in Muscatine, the daughter of George M. and Ella Broomhall Titus.
A member of the United Presbyterian church, Miss Titus had lived in Red Oak since 1905.
Surviving is one brother, G. Raymond Titus, of Muscatine. She was preceded in death by her parents and a sister.
The Fairbanks home for funerals is in charge of arrangements.
The News. Friday, July 16, 1954. p. 5.
Harry Clifton Titus died early this morning at the Loudon County Hospital, Leesburg, Va., after a short illness, aged 82 years. He was a resident of Loucketts, Va., and as a son of the late George W. and Mary Ellen Virts Titus and lived his entire life in the Lucketts community. He served for 40 years as an elder at Faith Chapel, Presbyterian church, near Lucketts, and was a retired farmer.
Survivors include one sister, Mrs Thornton Titus, Cabin John; two daughters, Mrs, James M. Cann, Lucketts, and Mrs. Milton Trumble, Washington; half-brothers, Nelson Titus, Lucketts and William Titus, Leesburg. Four grandchildren also survive.
Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at two o'clock (est) from Faith Chapel Interment in Union cemetery, Leesburg. Muse and Reed funeral home.
The Salt Lake Tribune. Thursday, November 2, 1961. p. 30.
BOUNTIFUL - Harry Johnston Titus, 78, died Wednesday morning of a heart ailment in a Bountiful hospital. Born Oct. 9, 1893, Indianapolis, Ind., to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Walter Titus. Married Alice Hodgkins March, 1913. Providence, R.I. She died in 1922. Civil engineer, U.S. Corps of Engineers, 16 years. Retired Sept. 1, 1951. Came to Bountiful from Sacramento, Calif., six months ago. Survivors: son, daughters, Harry J. Tacoma, Wash. :Miss Florence Titus, Bountiful: Mrs. Audrey T. Colombo, Sacramento; Mrs. Virginia T. Eubank, Richmond, Va.; six grandchildren, three great-grandchildren: brother, Walter L., Pocatello, Idaho: sister, Mrs. Florence Wright, Petersburg, Va.
Panama City News. Mon. June 11, 1957. p. 7.
STONY CREEK, Conn., June 16, (AP) Father's Day has a special meaning today for Harry Titus, 43. He saved his 4-year-old son, Russell, from drowning yesterday.
Russell tumbled from the 32-foot cruiser Titus was piloting on Long Island Sound, about 1,000 feet off Branford.
His father leaped into the water, caught hold of the boy, and held his head above water. Meanwhile the cruiser, with Mrs. Titus and a 10-year-old girl passenger, drifted aimlessly out into the Sound.
Titus' wife was unable to operate the boat, and watched helplessly as her husband struggled to stay afloat with his burden.
Meanwhile ferry operator Richard Howd saw the accident from shore, jumped into his own cruiser, and sped to the scene. He pulled the exhausted Titus, still hanging on to his son, aboard.
The Bakersfield Californian. Fri., Feb. 21, 1964. p. 33.
Funeral services were held today at 10 a.m. in the Chapel of the Roses at Mish Funeral Home in Oildale, and graveside funeral services were at 2 p.m. at the family plot in the Visalia Cemetery for Harvey Titus, 73, of 1322 Castaic Ave., Oildale, who died Feb. 19, after a short illness in a local hospital. Rev. Elden Clendening, pastor of Faith Tabernacle, Assembly of God Church, officiated. Mr. Titus was born Dec. 22, 1890, in Honey Grove, (Fannin Co.) Tex., and came to California and Visalia in 1932 where he engaged in farming. He moved to this community in 1945 and was an employe of the Webster Sand Co. as a machine operator before his retirement. He was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors include his widow, Ruby Mae; two sons, Richard Harvey of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Kenneth J. of Arkansas; three daughters, Dorothy Holder of Santa Barbara; Norma Steitz of Fresno; and Helen Flynn of Reedley; a brother, John, of Dinuba; three sisters, Mrs Bessie Dukemnier of Waco, Tex; Lillie Rutherford of Terrell, Tex.; and Ollie Graham of Haskell, Okla; five grandchildren and one great-grandson. Pallbearers were Les Aubrey, Guy Brown, Jerry O'Neal, Austin Waits, Jim Cox and Earl Ream.
Reno Evening Gazette. Wednesday, October 5, 1938. p. 14.
Arguments in the $50.000 alienation of affections suit brought by Harvey Titus against John R. House started this afternoon. Judge B. F. Cutler and the opposing attorneys conferred this morning on instructions to be given to the jury.
Titus, a resident of Orosi, Calif., filed the suit on August 10. He charged that between the autumn of 1937 and May 26, 1938, House alienated the affections of his wife, Essie, and on May 26 persuaded her to accompany him to Reno.
Attorneys for Titus are Harlan Heward and Ross Schindler, while the defence attorneys are I. A. Lougaris and G. A. Ballard.
Members of the jury are Lelah Noble, E. S. Hancock, Wilbur Bearss, Howard Altic, John Murphy, Phemie McDonald, Athens Conton, W. M. Beener, John Dennison, W. G. Tallman, George K. Edler and John H. Hibbert.
The Maryville Daily Forum. Friday Evening, June 14, 1940. p. 1.
Mrs. Frank E. Blauvelt, 76 years of age, the former Hattie E. Titus, died at 10:50 o'clock last night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edward Beeler, at New Hampton, Mo. She had been ill for several months, becoming bedfast as a result of complications several weeks ago.
Mrs. Blauvelt was born May 16, 1870, near Arkoe, the daughter of Noe and Edwina Titus, and had lived in Nodaway county almost all of her life. For many years she taught in rural schools of Nodaway and Andrew counties.
On June 8, 1903 she was married to Frank E. Blauvelt. For thirty-one years they resided on a farm just north of the Pleasant Grove church near Barnard.
Survivors include her husband; three children, Bert Blauvelt, Barnard, Earl Blauvelt, Ashton, S. D., and the daughter at whose home she died: and two grandchildren; Harold Jay Blauvelt and Maysel Maudine Beeler.
Funeral services will be conducted at the Pleasant Grove church at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Burial will be in Miriam cemetery near Maryville.
Trenton Evening Times. Saturday, April 17, 1915. p. 5.
HOPEWELL, April 17. - Miss Anita Millette Lewis was tendered a linen shower at the home of Miss Hazel Titus, Broad Street, Thursday evening, in honor of her approaching marriage to Calvin Montgomery Hunt of Ewing, which will be solemnized next Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Richard Savidge, of Model Avenue.
The affair was a complete surprise to the bride-elect, who was showered with the gifts. Each gift was wrapped in crepe paper to represent a snowball, and was tied with white ribbon.
The Titus home was beautifully decorated. Supper was served in the dining room. The guests were the Misses Anna Blake, Mary Cray, Helen Cray, Nellie Holcombe, Margaret Pierson, Mary Emma Burton, Beatrice Snedlier, Ethel Reid, Mrs. William Reid, Mrs. Eva Lewis, Mrs. Richard Savidge, Mrs Updyke and Mrs. John Titus.
The Logansport Press. Saturday, March 23, 1935. p. 7.
Helen Beatrice Titus, year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Titus, died at the family residence Thursday night at 11:20.
Funeral will be held this afternoon at McClosky chapel at 1:30; Rev. E. L. Gates, pastor at Market street M. E. church officiating; burial in Mt. Hope cemetery.
Surviving besides the parents are the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Titus, of Kokomo, and Mr. and Mrs. Grant Sutton, of Royal Centre; a brother, Kenneth.
Newport Daily News. Monday, December 12, 1960. p. 2.
Mrs. Helen Farquhar Titus, 89, widow of Harry A. Titus and a Newport resident for many years, died today after a long illness at Sugar Hill, N. H. She had made her home in that town in recent years. Mr. Titus, who conducted a furniture store and who was active in civic affairs, died in 1932.
Mrs Titus was active in William Ellery Chapter, daughters of the American Revolution, the Art Association and the Girl Scouts while a Newport resident.
Surviving are a daughter, Miss Helen F. Titus of Cimmaurilto, Calif., and two granddaughters, Mrs. Barbara Titus Holzmann of St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs Anne Titus Hoyle of Walpole, Mass.
Interment will take place Wednesday in the family plot at North Haverhill, N. H.
Alton Telegraph. Tue., May 7, 1974. p. B4.
BATCHTOWN - Funeral arrangements are pending at Hanks Funeral Home in Hardin for Mrs. Helen (Titus) Johnes, 70, of Batchtown, who died Monday at Jersey Community Hospital, Jerseyville.
Surviving are her husband, Paul; a daughter, Mrs. Rose Marie Kiel of Alton; two sons, Edwin of Alton and Eldon of Batchtown; 12 grandchildren; and two brothers, William Titus of Rosewood Heights and Harry Titus of Golden Eagle.
Dunkirk Evening Observer. Monday, Dec. 18, 1933. p. 9.
Mrs. Helen M. Titus of Dunkirk died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Grace E. Stebbins, Lake avenue and Smith street, Brocton, Sunday evening at 9:35, after a brief illness. She was in her 82nd year. Mrs. Titus had made her home in Dunkirk for the last 45 years, and lived with her daughter, Mrs. Bruce Stebbins at 37 East 7th street, until a few days ago when the family moved to Brocton.
Mrs Titus was born in this county and was the widow of Franklin B. Titus. Mrs. Titus leaves two daughters, Mrs. Cora W. Donovan, Cleveland, O., and Mrs. Grace E. Stebbins, Brocton; nine grandchildren, Raymond M. Donovan, Brooklyn; Joseph G. Donovan, Howard E. Donovan, Mrs, Everett Pringle, Cleveland; Arden W. Donovan, Auburn; Mrs. Harry Schroder, Mrs. Denny Gahioud, Miss Velma R. Stebbins, Niagara Falls; and Floyd A. Stebbins, New York city. She also leaves four great grandchildren.
The body has been taken to Ehlers funeral home, where friends may call. The funeral will be held there on Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. The Rev. Cornelis Heyn, pastor of Adams Memorial church, will officiate. Burial will be in Forest Hill cemetery.
Aiken Standard. Tuesday, February 24, 1998. p. 28.
Mrs Helen Titus Bisbee, 91, wife of the late William B. Bisbee, Jr., formerly of 143 Huntley St., New Ellenton, S.C., died Sunday morning, February 22, 1998. Mrs. Bisbee is survived by a nephew, Mr. Clyde H. Titus, of Saratoga Springs, New York. A graveside service will be held at St. Paul's United Methodist Church Cemetery, Tuesday February 24, 1998, at 2:00 PM with the Rev. Michael Bruce officiating. Friends may call at Albert M. George Memorial Chapel, Southside from 10:00 AM until 12:00 PM Tuesday morning., February 24, 1998. Memorials may be made to St. Paul's United Methodist Church, 600 Main St., New Ellenton, SC 29809. George Funeral Homes, Inc., Downtown, 211 Park Ave., SW, Aiken, SC.
The Frederick Post. Monday Morning, February 15, 1932. p. 5.
Mrs Helena Heater Titus, wife of William R. Titus, died at her home in Adamstown Saturday morning at 1:40 o'clock. She had been in ill health for some years but her death came suddenly. She was aged 56 years and nine months. She was a daughter of the late Richard and Matilda Appel Heater of Loudoun county, Va. She is survived by her husband and one son, Blair S. Titus, at home; her mother, one brother, Charles E. Heater, Lucketts, Va., and one sister, Mrs. J. H. Herrick, Kensington, Md.
The funeral will take place from the Catholic church in Point of Rocks, this morning at 10 o'clock. Interment in the Union Cemetery in Leesburg, Va. M. R. Etchison and Son, funeral directors.
Newport Mercury. January 28, 1922. p. 1.
Mrs. Henrietta C. Titus, widow of Augustin C. Titus, died at her home in Brookline, Mass., on Thursday, after a short illness. She was stricken with apoplexy on Friday and her condition was considered critical from the first.
Mrs. Titus was born in Haverhill, New Hampshire, and came to Newport to reside after her marriage. She had a wide circle of friends in this city, all of whom held her in the very highest esteem. She was a woman of ready sympathy, kindly in every thought and action, always desirous of helping those in trouble or distress. She was one of the founders of William Ellery Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, and had always maintained her active interest in that organization. After the death of her husband she removed from Newport, living for a short time in Haverhill, N. H., but more recently in Brookline, Mass.
She is survived by three sons, Mr. Harry A. Titus of this city, Mr. Alonzo Titus of Salem, Mass., and Dr. Raymond Titus of Jamaica Plain, and two daughters, Mrs. Nettie Brown of Salem and Mrs. May Hanson of Yonkers, N. Y.
The Evening Banner. Thurs., Aug. 7, 1958. p. 5.
MINSVILLE, N.Y. - The Rev. Homer F. Titus, 86, retired Methodist minister who served as superintendent of three different districts including the old Northern district, died Sunday in the hospital here after a short illness.
Since his retirement in 1944 he had lived at Moriah Center and Port Henry. He was a native of upper New York state, was ordained as a deacon of the Methodist Church in 1888 and became elder and full time pastor in 1900. He had a record of 44 years in the active ministry.
Greenville Herald Banner. Tuesday Morning, August 29, 1972. p. 2.
CELESTE. - Funeral services for Homer H. Titus, 85, will be at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Celeste Methodist Church with the Rev. Ernest Wait of Bridgeport and the Rev. Freeman Pearson of Celeste, officiating. Burial will be in Webb Hill Cemetery with Taylor Funeral Home of Leonard in charge of arrangements.
Mr. Titus died at 12:30 p.m. Monday in Citizens General Hospital in Greenville following a sudden illness.
He was born February 6, 1886 in White Rock.
He was a member of the Celeste Methodist Church, the Masonic Lodge, the Lions Club and a Shrine.
He is survived by one sister, Mrs. S. R. Granberry of Celeste and one brother, Ray Titus, of Dallas.
Pallbearers will be Gerald Williams, Jimmy Williams, Neal Williams, Larry Rowell, Bert Reiser and Bo Lipsey.
Trenton Evening Times. Monday, July 25, 1910.
Former City Comptroller Howard S. Titus died Saturday night at his home, 917 Berkeley Avenue, after an illness of about a month. Death was due to blood clot on the brain. The funeral will be held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock from the Titus home. Interment will be made in Ewing Cemetery under the direction of Ivins & Taylor.
Mr. Titus is survived by his wife and two children, Mrs. George H. Bell and Welling G. Titus. Mrs. Frank H. Lalor and Mrs. Lewis Scott are his sisters and John Welling Titus is his brother.
For many years Mr. Titus was prominent in city affairs. He served as Comptroller from 1894 to 1898, and was one of the leading spirits in the Republican organization.
The father of the former comptroller was Benjamin W. Titus, who many years ago conducted the dry goods business on State Street. He afterward established a woolen mill at the foot of Peace Street, which for several years after his death was conducted by his sons.
For several years Mr. Titus had been representing the Crescent Belting and Packing Company, of this city, in New York and Philadelphia.
The Kokomo Tribune. Friday, Sept. 28, 1945/
Mrs. Ida Johnson Titus, 75, died at 3:25 o'clock Thursday afternoon at her nursing home on South Buckeye street. She suffered a broken hip in a fall two years ago and although she was able to be about, that injury marked the beginning of a decline in health.
She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Elsie Cunningham of Huntington, West Virginia, who was at her mother's bedside for some time prior to her death; a son Otto Johnson of Ft .Wayne, and several grandchildren, including Staff Sergt. Raymond Johnson, who made his home with her for several years and has recently received his discharge from the army after serving in the European area and Betty Jean Johnson of Ft. Wayne. A son, Osco Johnson, was killed in an automobile accident several years ago.
Surviving also are two sisters, Mrs. Frank O. Fawcett of Kokomo and Mrs. Mae Perry of Indianapolis, and three brothers, Ross and George Perry of Kokomo and Orien Perry of Oakland, Calif. Mrs. Titus was born in Indianapolis.
Mrs. Titus' husband, E. W. Titus, preceded her in death several years ago.
She was a member of Grace Methodist church and active in the Berean Bible class and other organizations in the church as long as her health would permit. She was also a member of the Eastern Star chapter and of the W.C.T. U.
The body was removed to the Jacobs funeral home, where services will be held at 2:30 o.c;ock Saturday afternoon. Burial will be in Crown Point cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 o'clock Friday night.
The Enterprise. Wednesday, January 24, 1968. p. 16.
Funeral services for Mrs. Ima J. Titus, 68, 309 Walnut St., Edmonds was held Jan. 18 at Columbia Funeral Home with burial in Washington Memorial Park. Mrs. Titus died Jan. 14 in a Seattle hospital. She was a native of Billings, Mont., and moved to Edmonds three years ago from Seattle.
She was a member of the Order of Amaranth.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Pauline Drive of Seattle and Mrs. Mary Simpson of Edmonds; a brother, James Darrow of Port Angeles and a sister, Mrs. Nina Rinhehart of Anaheim, Calif.
Northwest Arkansas Times. Thursday, October 5, 1950.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Titus of Texarkana, Texas, visited his sister, Mrs. Anna Tuller and Miss Jane Titus. They returned to their home Saturday.
Northwest Arkansas Times. Friday, Mar. 18, 1938. p. 3.
Harry Belmont Collier and Miss Irene Emma Titus, both of Prairie Grove were married March 11 by R. H. Skelton, justice of the peace.
Panama City News-Herald. Tuesday, March 4, 1941. p. 3.
Mrs. Irene Titus is the happiest young grandmother in town. She announces the following. "Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Washburn of Bakersfield, Calif., a daughter named 'Betty Jean.' Mrs. Washburn will be remembered as Miss Blanche E. Titus, herself, the first baby born in Lynn Haven after it was incorporated.
Panama City News. Saturday Morning, Nov. 22, 1969. p. 2.
Funeral services for Mrs. Irene V. Titus, 77, 421 Florida Ave., Lynn Haven will be held today at 2:30 p.m. in the Smith Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Mitchell E. Zirlott and Rev. Albert Wyatt conducting. Mrs. Titus died Thursday at her residence. She was a resident of Bay County for 38 years and came here from New York. Burial will be in Lynn Haven Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Billy Kinsaul, Lawrence Lanford, Don Pitts, Gordon Shurtleff, Fred Peach and Eddie Kinsaul. Survivors include: daughter, Mrs. Blanche Washburn, Pebble Beach, California; son, Arthur F. Titus, Panama City; four grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Anita Bunger, Orange City, Fla.
Reno Evening Gazette. Wednesday, Oct. 3, 1934. p. 2.
DENVER, Oct. 3 - (AP) - A systematic police search today had uncovered only faint clues in the disappearance of Lieut. Col. Isaac E. Titus, fifty-three-year-old army officer from Fort Bliss, Tex, who vanished here Saturday night.
Patrolman Elmer Young and F. M. Writer informed Detective Capt. Roy Mack they had been called to a filling station in North Denver Sunday afternoon on a report of a suspicious character.
They questioned the man who was pointed out to them and he showed them a card bearing Colonel Titus' name and title and told them he was staying at a cottage camp.
The officers said they called a cab and saw the army officer drive off in the machile.
After Colonel Titus' wife reported him missing yesterday, the police officers located the cab driver and he said the army officer requested to be let out on a business street in the lower section of the city. That was the last trace police have been able to obtain of the officer.
Colonel Titus and his wife, Mrs. Margaret Titus, arrived here Friday night from Fort Bliss en route to Batavia, Ohio. Mrs. Titus told police they planned to remain here over the week-end. She said she became ill Saturday and Saturday night her husband left the cottage camp where they were staying, promising to return in a few minutes with coffee for her.
About 11:00 p. m. the camp received a call from Colonel Titus asking the proprietor to tell Mrs. Titus that the army officer had become confused as to directions and could not find where he had parked his car. That was the last his wife heard from him. She said he had $226 with him and police feared he may have been robbed.
Patrolmen Young and Writer said he appeared "a bit dazed" when they saw him in North Denver Sunday.
Mrs. Titus said her husband suffered a head injury and a broken collar bone when he fell in a Fort Bliss hotel recently.
The army officer had been retired and was on his way to visit relatives in Ohio.
Waterloo Daily Courier. Wednesday, April 22, 1964. p. 2.
Funeral services are pending at O'Keefe & Towne funeral home for Isaac LaVern Titus, 70, of 1623 Garden Ave. Mr. Titus died of a kidney ailment at 11:30 p. m. Tuesday at University Hospitals in Iowa City.
He was born April 19, 1894, at Bristow to Harm and Nellie Alberts Titus and married the former Minnie Aneweer there on Dec. 8, 1915. The couple moved to Black Hawk county in 1920 and Mr. Titus was engaged in farming until his retirement five years ago.
Preceding him in death were his parents, two sons, two brothers and three sisters. Survivors are the widow; two sons, Glenn of Tempe, Ariz., and John of Quasqueton; two daughters, Mmes. Ruth Mitchell of Los Angeles, Calif., and Barbara Bergmeier, Route 1, Cedar Falls; 12 grandchildren; 17 great grandchildren; a brother, Clarence, 920 South St., and two sisters, Mmes. Stella Lynch of Hampton and Laura Holub of Waverly.
The Times. Monday, August 15, 1966. p. 27.
Isabelle Nevis Titus, 76, 1041 La Cuesta Road, Hillsborough, died Saturday at Peninsula Hospital after an illness. A native of Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada. She was a Peninsula resident for 20 years.
Survivors include her husband, Walter; three daughters, Mrs. Herman Speh, Long Island, N.Y. Mrs Bruce Thomas, San Mateo, and Mrs. Robert Albright, New York City; three sisters, Eleanor Lewis and Mrs. Charles Poppert, Buffalo, N.Y.; and Mrs. Albert Lyman, Flint, Mich.
Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 3:30 a.m. from Crosby-N. Gray Chapel, with private inurnment at Skylawn Memorial Park.
Lubbock Avananche-Journal. Thursday Morning, February 1, 1973. p. A-7.
PLAINVIEW (Special) - Services for J. C. Titus, 73, of Plainview, will be at 2:30 p.m. today in Wood-Dunning Colonial Chapel.
Titus died Tuesday after an apparent heart attack.
Burial will be in Parklawn Cemetery here.
Born in Lone Oak, Titus married Effie Fulkerson in Silverton. He had farmed in Flomot and moved to Plainview in 1943.
He later entered the real estate business.
Survivors include his wife; two sons, J. C. Titus Jr. of Blythe, Calif., and Alton Titus of Colleyville; two daughters, Mrs. Vaughn Davis of Plainview and Mrs. Emmitt Smith of Arlington; five sisters, Mrs. Bill Slover of Matador, Mrs. J. Noble of Denver City, Mr. Woodrow Slover of Miami, Ariz., Mrs. Bill McGlasson of Amarillo and Mrs. Herbert Stanley of San Jon, N.M.; four brothers, Melvin Titus of Plainview, Troy Titus of Amarillo, Roy Titus of Levelland, and L. B. Titus of Flomot; 13 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
The Post. Thursday, Dec. 1, 1966. p. A-5.
J. Nelson Titus, 61, died suddenly at his home in Lucketts, Va, Monday.
Born near Lucketts, he was the son of the late George W. and India Titus.
Titus was employed by the Loudoun County School Board. He was a charter member of the Lucketts Fire Co., and a member of the Christ Episcopal Church in Lucketts.
He is survived by his wife, Maria Gum Titus, and one son, George W. Titus of Leesburg, Va.
He was a nephew of Mrs. C. M. Fry Sr. of Tuscarora, and Town B. Titus of Jefferson.
Funeral services will be held Dec. 2 at 1:30 p.m. at the Muse and Reed Chapel in Leesburg, Va.
Burial will be at the Union Cemetery, Leesburg, Va.
Newark Advocate. Wed., Feb. 25, 1970. p. 31.
Funeral services for Jack E. Titus, 43, of Columbus husband of the former Barbara Bassett of Newark, will be at 9:30 a.m. Friday in St. Catherine's Church, Columbus, with burial in Glen Rest Cemetery, near Reynoldsburg.
Mr. Titus died Tuesday in Mt. Carmel Hospital, Columbus, of a respitory infection.
He was city architect for Columbus and graduated from Ohio State University with a degree in architecture in 1955. Prior to his appointment as city architect, he maintained his own architectural offices in Columbus.
Surviving, in addition to his wife, are his father, Dr. J. E. Titus of Cleveland, Three sons and three daughters, all of the home.
Friends may call at the Evans Funeral Home, Columbus, from 7 to 9 p.m. today and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday.
Northwest Arkansas Times. Monday, June 10, 1963. p. 3.
James Henry Titus, 74, died yesterday at the Prairie Grove Hospital. He was born June 15, 1888 in Washington County, the son of McClelland Rena Peters Titus.
Survivors include the widow, Mattie of the home; three sons, Amos and Ira of Bristow, Okla. and Tracy of Salpula, Okla.; five daughters, Mrs. Phebie Sloan Mrs Florine Tunnel, Mrs. Ruby Wall and Mrs. Maxine Cooper, all of Sapulpa and Mrs. Edna Gaines of Owasso, Okla.; one brother, Bill of Fayetteville; 17 grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Brentwood Church. Burial in the Brentwood Cemetery under direction of Moore's chapel.
The Billings Gazette. Friday Morning, August 31, 1956. p. %.
James Henry Titus, 78, of 14 S. 24th St., a former Northern Hotel porter, died in a Billings hospital Thursday at 8:45 a.m. He had been a patient since May.
He was born Feb. 10, 1880 in McKinney Tex., and came to Billings in 1930 and was a porter for the Northern Hotel until 1936. Before coming to Billings he was employed by the Pullman Co. in Minneapolis and Winnipeg, Man., Canada.
Survivors include a son, Fred Titus of Minneapolis, and a brother, Frank Titus, address unknown.
The body is in Settergren's Funeral Home.
The Boston Globe. Wednesday, December 28, 1904. p. 6.
TRENTON, N. J. Dec. 28 - James J. Titus of Hackettstown, who since 1885 has been serving a life sentence in the New Jersey state prison here for the killing of Tillie Smith, servant, in a Hackettstown school, where Titus was janitor, was freed on parole yesterday by the court of pardons.
Gov Franklin Murphy, at his last meeting with the court yesterday, before his retirement to private life, made a strong appeal for Titus' release.
The governor for a long time has been much interested in the efforts of Titus' wife and daughter to obtain his liberty. Chancellor Magle, a principal member of the court, cast his ballot against interference.
Titus, upon his release, was met at the prison door by his daughter, Mrs William Goeler of Newark, but she did not know him, and he had to be introduced to her, as she was only a child when he was convicted. At that time she declared that she would never look upon him as a convict, and, with her mother, who died a month ago, set resolutely to work to obtain his freedom.
Titus returned to Hackettstown to visit his aged mother.
Tilly Smith was choked to death in a lot near the school. Titus was convicted on circumstantial evidence. He afterward confessed, declaring the killing was done accidentally in a quarrel.
The Washington Post. Friday, August 26, 1904. p. 5
Petersburg, Va., Aug. 25. - Last Monday a week ago James M. Titus, a prominent young man of this city, left here for Laurel Springs, N. C., accompanied by his sister, Miss Clara Titus, to visit Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Miller of that place. Last night Mr. Titus eloped from Kirkwood, N. C., with Miss Lillian May Moyley and went to Weldon, N. C. This morning Mr. Titus drove to Halifax, the county seat, obtained a marriage licence, came back to Weldon, where he and Miss Moyley were married to-day. Rev. Mr. Rose officiated.
The bride is a daughter of John M. Moyley, a prominent citizen of Kirkwood. The groom is the son of Mr. E. E. Titus, owner of the largest foundry and machine shops in Petersburg. The couple arrived here to-night and were tendered a big reception.
Trenton Evening Times. Tuesday, March 30, 1909.
James O. Dye, aged 72 years, died yesterday at his home, 205 Passaic Street. The funeral will be held Thursday afternoon at 1 30 o'clock. Interment will be made in Pennington Cemetery under the direction of the N. R. Blackwell, of Pennington.
The death of Mr. Dye is the fourth in his family within about two and a half years. Mrs. Louisa Titus, a sister, died in Morrisville about two and a half years ago. Josiah Dye, a brother, died near Pennington, a week after Mrs. Titus. Noah H. Titus, husband of Mrs. Titus, died eleven months after his wife.
Mr. Dye was one of a family of nine children, all of whom are dead except George Dye, who is employed by the F. S. Katzenbach Hardware Company; Vincent Dye of Dutch Neck, and Albert Dye of New Brunswick. The dead man is survived by his wife. There were no children. Eli D Titus the well known Morrisville grocer, is a cousin of Mr. Dye.
Mr. Dye was born between Cranbury and Dutch Neck. He lived in Plainfield until about a year and a half ago, when he came to Trenton. He was a carpenter and followed his trade until about two weeks ago when he was stricken with pneumonia, the cause of death.
Trenton Times. Monday, October 3, 1904.
Hopewell Oct. 1. - James T. Titus of this place died suddenly Saturday afternoon at Pennington, where he had gone to attend to some business. He was seen to fall from his wagon and Colonel Kunkle ran to his assistance. Life was found to be extinct. Coroner Disbrow of Trenton was summoned and the body was taken care of by Undertaker Blackwell of Pennington.
The body was brought to Hopewell during the evening and conveyed to Mr. Titus's home where his wife and daughter Miss Anna M. Titus, his son George Titus and wife of Pennington who had come to Hopewell during the afternoon for a trolley ride and many friends awaited.
The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock with services in the Presbyterian Church at 2:30 o'clock. Interment will be made in Highland Cemetery.
The deceased man was a member of the Presbyterian Church and one of the choir.
Mr. Titus was a painter by trade and followed the business quite extensively. He was at one time constable for this place and vicinity.
Trenton Times. Wednesday, March 21, 1906. p. 12.
James Titus, 78 years of age, died Monday at the Odd Fellows Home, after a lingering illness.
Mr. Titus was one of the oldest inmates of the Home, having been there for more than sixteen years. He worked about the Home and looked after the premises. During the Summer he took care of the flowers.
Mr. Titus leaves a wife, son and daughter, who live in Newark. He was a member of the Granite Lodge I. O. O. F. of that place.
The funeral will take place from the Home tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock.
Interment will be in Mount Pleasant cemetery, Newark, under the direction of Poulson & Coleman.
The Post-Standard. Tuesday, Dec. 31, 1996. p. B-4.
Jane T. Croft, 83, of Columbia, Mo., and formerly of Weedsport, died Sunday at Williamsport Nursing Home in Columbia.
Mrs Croft was born in Weedsport and grew up there. She graduated from Syracuse University. In 1983, she moved to Columbia from Arkansas.
She was executive secretary for the Girl Scouts of America, and volunteer service supervisor for Boone Hospital Center and P.E.O Chapter KA. She was active in the Lifeline program and the Boone Hospital Center Auxiliary Board. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church.
She was predeceased by her husband, James.
Surviving are a son, Frederick of Grand Haven, Mich.; a daughter, Sarah Jane Davenport of Millersburg, Mo., a brother, Joseph D. Titus of Antioch, Ill.; four grandchildren and six great grandchildren.
Services will be 11 a.m. Thursday at Boone Hospital Chapel in Columbia.
Naples Daily News. Mon., Oct. 13, 1975. p. 28.
A bridal shower was given in honor of Janet Titus at the home of her sister, Mrs. George Goges. The guests included Betty Titus, Dorothy Watkins, Beth Titus, Joanna Titus, Mary Ann Titus, Jeannie Titus, Barbara Towles, Carol Blubaugh, Cathy Griffith, Linda Scott, Bev Disney, Diane Donahue, Gloria Wilson and Ethel Myers. Janet will be the bride of Curt Watkins on Nov. 21.
The Times Record. Thursday, May 9, 2002. p. 6A.
Jeanne Rae Titus, 73, of Spencer died Monday, May 6, 2002 at Roane General Hospital.
She was born in Morgantown, a daughter of the late William Paul and Merle Faye Shahan Brown.
She was a 1946 graduate of Morgantown High School, a homemaker and member of St. John's United Methodist Church, where she was a Sunday school teacher for 40 years and a member of the Anniversary Circle. She was a member and past president of Roane General Hospital Auxiliary.
She is survived by her husband of 50 years, Gerald M. Titus, Sr.; four sons, Gerald M. Titus, Jr., and Michael F. Titus, both of Spencer, Timothy L. Titus of Huntington Woods, Mich., and Thomas W. Titus of Seattle; one brother, Dr. William P. Brown of Virginia Beach, Va.; and 11 grandchildren.
Services are 11 a.m. Thursday at John H. Taylor Funeral Home with Rev. G. David Calvert officiating. Committal service will be 3 p.m. at Oak Grove Cemetery, Morgantown.
Memorial contributions may be made to St. John's United Methodist Church, Sunday School Account, 335 Church St., Spencer, WV 25276.
Idaho State Journal. January, 1960. p. 2.
Mrs. Jeaneth B. Jacobsen, 48, Kraft Road, died in the Bannock Memorial Hospital this morning of complications from asthma.
She was born Oct. 23, 1911 at Centralia, Ill., a daughter of Ervin and Lottie Smith Wilcut.
She was graduated from the Sullivan, Ind., high school. She married William H. Titus, Oct. 6, 1920 at South Bend, Ind., they moved to Pocatello in 1942. Mr. Titus preceded her in death March 21, 1953. June 17, 1956 she married Lloyd L. Jacobsen at Elko, Nev.
Mrs Jacobsen was employed at the Hotel Benilock Coffee Shop for six years.
She is survived besides her husband by a son William Titus, Denver; a daughter, Mrs. Larry Proctor, Lewiston; a step-son; a step-son Richard L. Jacobsen, U.S. Air Force, stationed at Minot, S.D.; a step-daughter Mrs. Dale Davenport, Pocatello; her mother Mrs. Lottie Wilcut, Sullivan, Ind.; a brother Ernest Wilcut, Miles, Mich.; three sisters Mrs. Joe Miller, Pocatello; Mrs. Milford Joyal and Mrs. Robert Dearing, both of Dayton, Ohio, and eight grandchildren.
She was a member of the First Methodist Church; Radiant Chapter 61 Order of Eastern Star and Women's Union Label Leage.
Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the McHan Funeral Home.
Northwest Arkansas Times. Friday, May 5, 1967. p. 6.
Miss Jennie Titus, 93, of 638 Whitham St., died in a local hospital Thursday. Born July 24, 1874 in New York, the daughter of Samuel and Helen Hayden Titus.
Survivors are one brother, Ira Titus of Little Rock and one great-nephew.
Arrangements will be announced by Nelson's Funeral Home.
Marysville Journal-Trubune. January 21, 1964. p. 2.
Mrs. Jennie V. Titus, 80, died at her home at Ninth and Linden Streets Monday evening. She was the widow of Rolla W. Titus who died in 1956.
A native of Tiffany, N.D., she was born March 24, 1883, to John and Barbara (Ritz) Courter.
She was a member of the Congregational Church, the missionary society of the church, Mary Chapter OES, the Past Matrons and Patrons organization, and the Marysville Garden Club.
Survivors include five daughters, Mrs. Margaret Williams, Columbus; Mrs. Jean Moore, Atherton, Calif., Mrs. June Dowdy, Auburn, Calif., Mrs. Frances Hammond, Denver, Colo., and Mrs. Genevieve Banks, Dayton; a brother, Charles C. Courter, Severy, Kan.; two sisters, Miss Irene Courter, Marysville, and Mrs. Mary Euwer, Goodland, Kan.; and 13 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Congregational Church in charge of the Faulkner Funeral Home. The Rev. Ralph Krout will officiate. Burial will be in Oakdale Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Wednesday. Mary Chapter OES will conduct services at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
Newport Mercury. Saturday, January 12, 1901. p. 1.
Mr. Jeremy Titus died very suddenly at the residence of his son, Mr. A. C. Titus, on Broadway, Monday evening. Mr. Titus had been in failing health for some years, being subject to fainting spells, but, although well along in years, he was frequently seen upon the streets or at neighbouring houses during the times that he spent in Newport. He had gone to his room to retire for the night when he died, and was found by his bedside.
Mr. Titus was born in Lyman, N. H., where he lived for many years, conducting a prosperous farm. He raised a family of ten children and had lived with them at different times during the past ten years. He was over 88 years of age at the time of his death. He had been accuscomed to spend his winters in Newport for a number of years past at the residence of his son, Mr. A. C. Titus. He made many friends here and spent considerable of his time in calling upon acquaitances. He had been a member of the Methodist Episcopal church for many years.
Brief funeral services were held at the residence of Mr. A. C. Titus Wednesday morning. Rev. C. H. Smith officiating. The remains were taken to North Haverhill, N. H., for interment. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Titus of this city and Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Titus of Lynn accompanied the body to New Hampshire.
The Sheboygan Press. Thursday, August 6, 1970. p. 1.
Professional race driver Jerry Titus, a 41-year-old former journalist, has died of injuries sustained when his car crashed July 18 during a qualifying run for the Road America Trans-American race at Elkhart Lake.
Titus, of Tarzana, Calif., died Wednesday at St. Joseph Hospital in Milwaukee, the seventh fatality in the 15-year history of Road America and the second this year.
Titus sustained a frontal skull fracture and a broken arm when his Pontiac Firebird went out of control while he was trying to pass a slower moving car at Corner 13 and slammed into the main gate overpass bridge's concrete abutment.
Titus' car burst into flames, but the fire was extinguished and he was pulled free and rushed to the Milwaukee hospital.
Initially Titus was thought to be recovering and doctors had removed him from the critical list.
Further complications arose Sunday, however, and he died three days later.
The former editor of Sports Car Graphic, Titus began his sport car racing career in 1960 and was 1967 Trans-Am's leading driver.
In addition to his wife he is survived by two sons, 20 and 16 years of age.
His wife asked that in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to the intensive care unit of St. Joseph Hospital in care of the California Sports Car Club Region of the Sports Car Club of America.
Private funeral services will be held Friday in Los Angeles.
The North Adams Transcript. Saturday Afternoon, August 22, 1953. p. 7.
The body of Mrs. Jessie M. Titus, who died in Milford, Mass., at the age of 92 was brought here for burial in the Intervale cemetery Wednesday.
Mrs. Titus was born and spent her early life in West Dover. She married Rev. Herbert R. Titus who was pastor of the Congregational churches in Wilmington and West Dover, he being ordained in Wilmington July 26, 1882. they went from Wilmington to Alburg, Vt. Mr. Titus died in Ticonderoga, N. Y. in 1903.
The Athens Messinger. Tuesday, November 17, 1931. p. 2.
POMEROY, Nov. 17 - Mrs. Jessie Titus, 53, widow of John Titus, died at her home in Cleveland Sunday. She was a daughter of Henry Lowery, who lives in Thomas Fork, and was a former resident of Meigs County, the family moving to Cleveland thirty years ago. She leaves three children, all residing in Cleveland, two sons and a daughter. Cecil P. and Dale Titus and a daughter Thelma, who is married.
The body will be brought back to Pomeroy for burial, the funeral being held from the Baptist Church at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon with the burial in Beech Grove Cemetery.
Reno Evening Gazette. Saturday, January 27, 1940. p. 5
TRUCKEE, Calif., Jan. 27. (special) - John Charles Titus, old-time ranch foreman and cowboy in western Nevada and for the past thirty years a resident of Truckee, died at his home here about eight o'clock this morning. He was eighty-six years old.
He began his career as a ranch worker in Nevada at the age of thirteen as a cowboy in the employ of the late Richard Kirman, prominent Nevada stockman and father of former Gov. Richard Kirman. Mr. Titus later became foreman on the Kirman ranch.
In Truckee, where his stories of early days in Nevada and of his adventures while en route to the new west as a small boy were widely known, Mr. Titus had first engaged in the butcher business, and had been in the employ of the power company. He had been retired for several years.
Mr. Titus was married sixty-six years ago in Bridgeport, Calif., to Julia Williams, who still survives him. Also surviving are three sons, Frank A. Titus of Truckee, John W. Titus of Woodland, Calif., and William E. Titus of Bly, Ore. Numerous grandchildren also survive, among whom is Frank Titus, University of Nevada student from Truckee.
He was a native of New York City and came west via the Isthmus of Panama with a party of emigrants while a young boy. Mr. Titus often told the story of the party being attacked by hostile natives of the Isthmus, with all but Titus and three others being massacred.
He was adopted by William Brigham and with him came to California, where his guardian settled in the Sierra valley. Mr. Titus left home at the age of thirteen to work on the Kirman ranch in Nevada.
He had been active until a few months ago, and since that time had stayed indoors, where he still appeared active and in good health.
He was a member of the Odd Fellows lodges of Truckee and Carson City. Funeral services will be announced by the Laity Funeral Home at Truckee.
Newport Daily News. Wednesday, May 10, 1961. p. 2.
John Crocker Titus, 60, caretaker and gardener at the Beverley Bogart estate, "Anglesea" on Ruggles Avenue, died in Newport Hospital today. He had suffered a heart attack around Easter time, from which he was well recovered, but was stricken ill a few days ago and returned to the hospital.
He was born in Newport, Dec. 16, 1900, son of John Fremont and Katherine Ehrhardt Titus. Mr. Titus was a member of St. Paul's Lodge of Masons, of Kolah Grotto, and the Weenat Shassit Tribe of Red Men, a past patron of Aquidneck Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, and a former vestryman of Trinity Church.
He leaves his wife, Mrs. Avis Edin Titus, a daughter, Mrs. Joan T. Barnes of Bremerton, Wash.; two sons, Donald Peter and John Robert Titus of Newport; a sister, Mrs. Jennie Williston of Savannah Ga.; an aunt, Mrs. Emma Davis of Newport; and five grandchildren.
The funeral will be held in Trinity Church at 2 p.m. Saturday. Burial will be in the Island Cemetery.
Nevada State Journal. Sunday, December 25, 1966. p. 2.
A jewelry salesman reported to police he was bound and gagged in a robbery Saturday morning.
The complaint was made yesterday by John F. Titus, 26, of 1900 Idlewild Drive.
Titus said it all started in a Second Street tavern where he met a woman of casual acquaintance. As he talked to the woman, she was joined by another man.
Titus said that he agreed to give the man a ride home and that all three left the tavern together and went to his car, parked near Second and Stevenson streets.
The girl asked if she could drive. Titus slipped into the passenger seat in front, the other man got in the back seat.
Suddenly, Titus said, a snub-nosed pistol was placed against the back of his neck - and his acquaintance said "put your hands on the dashboard and don't make any fast moves."
Titus said he was then driven to an apartment at 313 N. Arlington Avenue and forced to go inside at gunpoint.
His hands were then taped to his feet, behind his back, and more tape was slapped across his mouth. His robbers, at one point, left the apartment to get more tape, Titus said.
The man and woman relieved Titus of his wallet, $100 cash, a wrist watch valued at $400, and his top coat. They told him they would leave his automobile parked across the street.
After struggling for some time, Titus said, he freed himself and telephoned for police.
Police said the suspects match the description of the persons involved in the kidnapping and robbery of Jeffrey J. Elpern, 20, of 1255 Jones St., last Thursday.
Alton Evening Telegraph. Monday, September 17, 1962. p. 19.
HARDIN - John George Titus, 88, a retired farmer and lifelong resident of Calhoun County, died Sunday at 11:45 a.m in Jersey Community Hospital, Jerseyville.
He had been ill for some time and had been hospitalized for five days.
Mr. Titus, who resided near Batchtown, was born July 5, 1874, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Titus. He was married Feb. 24, 1903, to the former Lucy Dorris. His wife died in 1959.
Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Helen Johnes, Batchtown; three sons, Ray and Harry, Batchtown, and William, East Walton: 14 grandchildren, and four great grandchildren.
Mr. Titus was a member of St. Barbara's Parish and funeral rites Wednesday at 9 a.m. will be conducted in the church by the Rev. Father Henry Mack. Burial will be in Wilson Cemetery.
The body is at the C. C. Hanks Funeral Home, Hardin. Visitation hours will be after 2 p.m. Tuesday. The Rosary will be recited Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the funeral home.
Northwest Arkansas Times. Tuesday, November 7, 1944. p. 7.
John Henry Titus, who penned his way to fame with "The Face on the Barroom Floor," is honeymooning at the age of 87 with the former Mrs. Elizabeth Phiderer after an elopement in Elkton, Md. Both Titus and his wife, who is 43 years his junior, gave their home address as New York City to the officiating minister. It's Titus' third marriage.
The Cochocton Tribune. Wednesday Evening, January 4, 1933. p. 1.
John J. Titus, aged 82, former Tuscarawas co resident, died at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of a son, Ross Titus, at Zanesville. Death resulted from complications of diseases.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Chestnut Hill church near Westchester in Tuscarawas co., with burial in the church cemetery. Rev. T. J. Robey of Newcomerstown will have charge.
Mr. Titus was born June 8, 1850 in Perry tp, Tuscarawas co. a son of the late Caldwell Titus. Mr. Titus formerly was a U B minister.
He is survived by his widow, Emma: the son Ross Titus, a daughter, Mrs. Mary Rhine of Cambridge; a step-son, Warner Guy of Newcomerstown, and a half-brother, S. O. Titus of Newcomerstown. He also leaves 10 grandchildren.
Muscatine Journal. Monday, May 19, 1969. p. 14.
Funeral services for John M. Titus, were held Friday, May 16 at Minonk, Ill. Mr. Titus died Wednesday morning at St. Mary's hospital, Streator, Ill.
Born Sept. 25, 1888 at Bristow, Iowa, a son of Robert and Julia Gideon Titus, he married Mary Putney, Feb. 4, 1920 at Minonk.
Survivors include his widow: two sons, Jack of Peoria and Harold of Muscatine; two brothers, Elmer of Franklin, La., and Joseph of Muscatine; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Daily Kennebec Journal. Monday, February 20, 1905.
READFIELD. John Titus of Bryant Pond formerly of Winthrop Center has been visiting friends and relatives in Monmouth Winthrop and Readfield for the past ten days and every one was pleased to meet Mr. Titus again. He formerly worked in C. M. Bailrys & Sons oil cloth shops at Winthrop Center and many will remember Roy and Merton Titus the little boys who were so full of mischief and will be pleased to know that Roy is with his father in the wholesale and retail meat business in Bryant Pond and is called one of the best butchers in Oxford county and Merton holds a responsible position as telegraph operator on the Grand Trunk at Paris. Mr. Titus married the only daughter of William Thomas of Manchester and the many friends of Mrs. Nellie Titus will be glad to learn that she is slowly recovering from a serious attack of nervous prostration.
The Boston Daily Globe. Monday, March 9, 1891. p. 2.
St. Albans, March 8. - On a farm situated but a short distance from the spot where the Fenians and her majesty's volunteers met when the former attempted the invasion of Canada in 1870 lives one of the most eccentric individuals in Victoria's domains, John Titus, familiarly called "Johnny."
Titus is 55 years of age. His father was an Englishman, his mother a French Canadian, and as a result "Johnny" learned both the French and English languages; otherwise his education is not much. At the age of 19 Titus went to California, where by frugality and hard work he accumulated considerable money.
After being absent 10 years he returned to his native place. During his absence his father had died and his mother, not knowing where a letter could reach her son, Mr. Titus did not learn of his father's death until he arrived home, when he found his mother very poor.
For some two years "Johnny" did odd jobs about wherever he found them to do; but during this time "Old Eccentric" got a firm grip on him. Titus first acquired the habit of repeating everything he said in both languages. He would say in English, in answer to a question: "Yes, its going to rain," and then repeat it, word for word, in French. The habit grew upon him, and, later, he would always, while carrying on conversation, start in French and repeat the whole in English, or vice-versa.
During the second winter after his return from California Titus, who was living alone with his mother, thought that by hanging up to the ceiling two cross-cut saws and by rapping on them with two hardwood sticks much could be produced in the way of music during his leisure moments. This he did, and finally added another piece to his "band of one" by persuading his mother to play a much sweeter-toned instrument - a piece of tissue paper placed on an ordinary comb. The old woman and her eccentric son became so infatuated with their music that they would play whole days together, as there were no neighbours within a mile to be disturbed by the musical discord.
Johnny's mother died after a little while, and he sold the place and went to St. Albans, Vt., where he married a comely girl who worked in a hotel there. Mr. and Mrs. Titus lived here two or three years until they thought they could put the California earnings to some use. The farm upon which they now are was bought and there Titus lives with his wife and three children - two girls and one boy. The eldest, a girl, teaches school in the neighbourhood.
On this farm Titus has built what he calls his "ark." This vehicle can be used in summer or winter. It is so constructed that it can be used as a wagon or a sleigh. It consists of an ancient quartet of wheels affixed to a pair of axles of remote date, an old pair of thills and a common box for a seat. This is his "buggy." To make a "cutter" of it, he has a pair of runners, made of hickory, which he attaches in the same way to the "skeleton," and by turning the latter wheels up, converts the combination into a veritable sleigh. This he uses for all his light work, such as going to the grist mill, the store, and visiting his relatives.
Another eccentricity of Titus is to wear a very heavy cap during the summer, no matter how warm it is. The reason he gives for this is: "Well, you see, this country around here is largely woodland, and in some of these heavy forests there are bears by the score. I got divorced from these 'bobtailers' about four years ago, and I'm not at all anxious for a reconcilliation. But to the cap. Well, our country roads must necessarily run through some of these forests, you know, and, to avoid bruin's roar and growl from reaching my sensitive hearing I wear this cap with earlappers. My experience of four years ago has taught me to avoid bears. I have also learned that if I should meet Mr. Grizzly I must not seek an introduction, nor try to flirt with Mrs. Grizzly, but walk right on, as though I could eat half a dozen bears before breakfast. So you see by keeping the holes in the sides of my head stopped up, I don't hear him at all, and if I run up against one of them A adopt my before-metioned method, with a possible longing to get home."
It would seem that Mr. Titus employs the same logic as does the ostrich, which hides its head in the sand when the hunter comes.
A pretty good story is told about "Johnny" by one of his neighbours, which is undoubtedly true. Titus had always been afraid of water; so much so, indeed, that he could not, until last summer, be enticed to step into an ordinary rowboat. On this occasion, however, he had firmly made up his mind to stop the ridicule to which he had been subjected by the boys. The day was a beautiful one; the old pond near his farm was as smooth as a mirror, save the little ripples caused by an occasional shad who kept the flies off his premises.
Titus, having brought with him about 50 feet of rope, tied one end of it to the bow of a boat. Having done this, he looked around to see if any one was watching him. Satisfying himself that he was unobserved, he tied the other end to a white birch tree near the water's edge. He then took off his boots - not his stockings, however, for he never wore any - and after rolling up his pant-legs pushed the boat out and jumped in.
Standing up in the stern, with a braod smile on his face, and looking toward a boat occupied by two farmers, who were fishing 200 yards or so ahead, "Johnny" little thought how soon that smilr would vanish from his bewiskered countenance. In less time than it takes to relate it, the rope tightened; then came a thud; the boat stopped as if it had struck a rock, and poor Titus was causing huge waves to roll over the placid waters of the old pond. After sinking a couple of times, for the water was deep, he grasped the edge of the boat and was finally rescued by the fisherman, who had been called thither by his cried for help.
He is still prejudiced against water.
During a very heavy January snowstorm a year ago Titus drove his cattle to the pond to water. It took him nearly three hours to accomplish the task. On his return he found a huge snowdrift had accumulated in the vicinity of his barn, and conceiving the idea that his drove would be warmer housed in the snow than in his dilapidated old barn, he went to work making room for them. It took him but a short time to do this. He dug the snow out from the ground 10 feet up, making an apartment about 20X35, and drove his cattle into it. He placed straw on the ground for them and kept them there until about the end of February.
Astonishing as it may seem, all thrived in the "hole in the snow," and as he said, "There's where I'm going to winter my cattle and sheep after this. I was intending to put up a new barn this coming spring, as this one was built 40 years ago, and has not been kept in repair, but I don't think I will now. My sheep stood their new quarters in the snow better than the cattle did, I think, although the cows did not suffer at all, and, in fact, gave fully as much milk as last winter."
"How many cows and sheep have you?"
"Six cows and four sheep; but that's not all that lived in the snowbank, you know. Half a dozen turkeys and as many hens lived there too."
It was during this same winter that Mr. Titus made up his mind to visit his sister, who lives 50 miles away. So one morning he started, taking with him a pot of baked beans, which he always carries on these visits, and with his "ark" reached his destination at nightfall.
His visit was short, and usual, and at the end of two days "Johnny" started for home during a terrible snowstorm. His sister could not dissuade him. The snow had drifted and he travelled very slowly. At 5 o'clock in the evening he found himself facing a drift at least 25 feet high, which crossed the road at the edge of a thick woods. He halted; but not at all disconcerted, hurried to a farm house, borrowed a snow shovel, returned to his team, and shovelled a hole in the snowbank large enough for himself, horse and "ark," and, after getting hay from the farmer for his horse, slept there all night.
The farm house was 300 yards away. The reason he gave for not applying for lodging at the farmer's house, as told by himself in English, repeating every word in French, was: "I didn't want to travel this road over again when it wasn't necessary. My horse was tired, and I knew I could make him comfortable in the snow. As to myself, I ate my beans, wrapped myself up in my buffalo robes and slept like a bug in a rug. And then, again, I knew that the farmers would be out early in the morning with their ploughs, clearing the roads, and by getting an early start I could reach home in time to do the chores."
Their are many other pecularities which constitute the makeup of Titus. He has some other characteristics, that shine out through all his eccentricities as glorious as the noonday sun; characteristics that might well be emulated by each of us. Titus is a kind husband, a loving father and a faithful citizen.
Syracuse Herald-Journal. Friday, July 8, 1955. p. 2.
WEEDSPORT - Jonathan D. Titus, 83, former mayor of the village 11 years, died yesterday in his home, 64 Bell St., after an illness of several onths.
Born in the town of Brutus he entered the railway mail service in 1894 and retired in 1933. He was first assigned as substitute clerk between Chicago and Port Huron. At the age of 33 he became clerk in charge. At that time he was the youngest clerk in charge in the eastern division.
Mr. Titus was long active in religious affairs. He served for many years as an elder in the Weedsport Presbyterian Church. For 11 years he was mayor of the village and for 11 years was member of the board of education. He had noted his 60th anniversary of membership in Weedsport Masonic Lodge, 385.
Surviving are his wife, Jane; a son, Joseph G. Titus of Chicago; two daughters, Mrs, James J. Croft of St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. W. Hunter Snead of Shelburne Falls, Mass,; a brother, Dorr Titus of Trumansburg; three grandchildren and a great-granddaughter.
Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Sunday in the home. Masonic rites will be at 8 p.m. tomorrow.
The Decatur Review. Monday Evening, September 22, 1919. p. 5
Sullivan, Sept. 22. - Joseph B. Titus died at his home on North North street this city Sunday night at 9 o'clock. He had been in ill health for months.
Mr. Titus was one of the best known men in Moultrie county and was a large land owner. He practiced law here several years ago and had always been prominent in all affairs. Besides his wife he leaves one son and one daughter. They are William Titus and Mrs. George A. Sentel of this city.
The North Adams Transcript. Wednesday Afternoon, November 20, 1963. p. 7.
The Rev. Joseph H. Titus, onetime resident of Pittsfield, 1915 graduate of Williams College and a member during World War I of Berkshire County's 301st Ambulance Co., has retired as rector of Grace Church, Queens, N.Y., after 33 years of service there and 40 years in the Episcopal priesthood.
Fr. Titus, now 70 and unmarried, moved to Pittsfield in 1911 when his father became associated with the Berkshire Life Insurance Co. which he served as treasurer until he died in 1928. Fr. Titus had completed his secondary education in Chicago and immediately entered Williams. After graduation he worked for the Berkshire Life until 1917 when he left to join the ambulance unit. He served ultimately as its first sergeant. In 1921, while studying for the priesthood at General Theological Seminary, he wrote a 69 page history of the unit.
He graduated from seminary in 1923, and served as assistant at St. John's Church, Waterbury, Conn., and St. Thomas Church in New York City and as rector of the Church of the Epiphany in New York before going to Grace Church in the Jamaica section of Queens Burough. At that time, the parish was composed mostly of wealthy residents of the area but they gradually moved further out in Long Island and at present 500 of the parish's 650 families are Negroes. Fr. Titus said he never gave a thought of taking a different parish, although he had received several invitations during his long service at Grace Church.
Joplin Globe. Friday, Oct. 9, 1931. p. 5.
Galena, Kan., Oct. 8. - Funeral services for Mrs. Josephine Titus, 68 years old, who died at 8 o'clock last night at her home in Missouri, just east of the Kansas-Missouri state line on highway 66, will be held at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Clark funeral chapel with the Rev. Lou Love in charge. Burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery. Susviving are four daughters, Mrs. Bertha Armitage, Mrs. Mabel Moss, Mrs. Clinta Moss and Mrs. Eva Brown, and three sons, Clyde Titus, Jess Titus and Otis Titus, all of Galena.
The Daily Inter Lake. Friday, August 8, 1975. p. 2.
Joyce Titus Lathom, 51, died in Missoula Tuesday.
She was born April 5, 1924 in Park Falls, Wis.
She moved to Power Lake, N.D. as a child and attended school there. She later moved to Conrad in 1937 and lived there until 1955 when she moved to Missoula. She has resided there since.
She married Robert V. Lathom on June 7, 1964 in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. She was well known in the Missoula area as a singer, under the name of Joyce Titus.
She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church and was a member of the Mucisians Union Local 498 and the Ladies Auxiliary of the Missoula Volunteer Rural Fire Dept.
Mrs. Lathom is survived by her widower, Robert, Missoula; five sons, Terry and David Wolf, Havre; Randy Titus, Maryland; Robbin Titus, Missoula; Daniel Lathom, Missoula; one daughter, Mrs. Linda LaBorta, Plentywood; two brothers, Virgil Bryant. Kalispell and Fred Bryant, Bigfork.
Three sisters, Mrs. Alverta Pearson, Conrad; Mrs. Carolyn Hanlin, Las Vegas, Nev.; Mrs. Arline O'Clare, Tolley, N.D., and six grandchildren.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, in the Squire-Simmons-Carr Rose Chapel in Missoula, with the Rev. Richard A. Jones officiating.
Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens.
Nevada State Journal. Thursday, March 29, 1945. p. 7.
TRUCKEE, Calif., March 28. (Special). - Mrs. Julia Titus, 87, a resident of Truckee since 1909, died at Nevada City Thursday afternoon.
Funeral services were held at the Odd Fellows hall here Saturday under the auspices of Naomi Rebekah lodge No. 2, of which she was a member.
Mrs. Titus was born in Sacramento January 16, 1858 and moved to Virginia City, Nev., in 1861, where she attended school. She was married to John C. Titus in 1875 and later moved to Truckee, where she had resided since.
She was the mother of Frank and William Titus, and the late John Titus of Sacramento. Also surviving are a cousin, P. Franzini, five grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
Trenton Evening Times. Saturday, October 30, 1909.
Mrs. Juliet A. Titus, widow of Andrew R. Titus, formerly of this city, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Coleman, at Asbury Park. Mrs. Titus, after the death of her husband, which occured near Princeton some years ago, removed to this city, but went to Asbury Park to reside about a year ago.
Mrs. Titus was an aunt of John Welling Titus of 170 West State Street. Two daughters, Mrs. Coleman, with whom she resided at the time of her death, and a Mrs. Coleman of Schooley Mountain, and one son, Andrew of Cleveland, survive.
The funeral will take place from 225 East State Street Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Interment will be made at Lawrenceville, under the direction of Ivens & Taylor.
Orange County Times-Press. Friday, January 18, 1918.
Miss Kate Hardenbergh died in Brooklyn, Wednesday morning, January 9, at the age of 76 years/ The body was taken to Pine Bush and funeral services were held at the home of her sister, Mrs. Mary Deyo, on Friday afternoon, January 11, at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. Geo. E. Wright, pastor of the Pine Bush Methodist Church of which the deceased had been a faithful member for many years, officiated interment at New Prospect Cemetery.
Kate Hardenburgh was the daughter of Elisha and Ann (Titus) Hardenbergh. She was born at Wallkill, Oct. 1, 1841, on the farm later on known as the LaTourette place, now a part of the Borden Home Farm. Her early life was spent in that vicinity. Later she removed to New York City, where she spent many years, making her home with her sister, Mrs. Eliza A. Ryer. About ten years ago she removed to Pine Bush where her vacations had usually been spent and she has since resided, at the home of her niece, Mrs. E. R. VanAmburgh. Several weeks ago she went to Brooklyn for a visit at the home of her cousin, Mrs. Wm. A. Wright, and it was there that she passed away, after a brief illness of pronchial pneumonia. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Mary Deyo of Pine Bush, and Mrs. Eliza A. Ryer, of Middletown, and by several nieces and nephews.
The Hutchinson News. Monday, May 29, 1916. p. 6.
Marion, O. - Conforming to the dying wishes of the bride's mother, Miss Katherine E. Titus, aged twenty-eight, and William Baumert, forty years old, were married at the bier of Mrs. Samuel Titus, mother of the bride. Mrs. Titus had been ill a week. She expressed the wish that her daughter's marriage be hastened before her death. A telegram was sent to Baumert and he left Montana immediately. He arrived a few hours after Mrs. Titus died and the ceremony took place at her bier.
Kokomo Tribune. Saturday, May 13, 1995. p. A12.
Kathryn L. Titus, 84, Forest Park Healthcare Center, died at 5:45 a.m. Friday, May 12, 1995, at Howard Community Hospital.
Born Sept. 25, 1910 in Altus, Okla., she was a daughter of John M. and Alma (Kenworthy) Littler. On Dec. 22, 1927, she married Herschel Paul Titus, who died Feb. 18, 1978.
She was a homemaker and a member of Chapel Hill Christian Church.
Surviving are a son and daughter-in-law, John and Linda Kay Titus, Kokomo; three daughters and sons-in-law, Patricia and Harry Padfield and Joyce and Sherman Hicks, all of Kokomo, and Saranel and Paul Shannon, Washington state; 15 grandchildren, 27 grandchildren and eight great-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in deaath by her husband, three brothers and one great-grandson.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Ellers Mortuary Main Street Chapel with Rev. Mark Matthews officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Howard County Cancer Society.
Pharos-Tribune. Monday, August 26, 1985. p. 2.
Kathy Dee Williams Titus, 22, 1833 Erie Ave., died at 3:25 a.m. Sunday in Memorial Hospital, from injuries suffered in a car-motorcycle accident Sunday at 18th Street and U.S. 35.
She was born Feb. 28, 1963. in Logansport, to Rita Ruth Hiatt. She was married Aug. 16, 1980, in Logansport, to Richard Titus, who survives in Asheville, N. C.
She was a bartender at Club 17.
Also surviving are a daughter, Crystal, Asheville, N.C., a brother, Richard Hiatt, 211 Wheatland Ave.; a sister, Ruth A. Harper, 803 Van Buren St; maternal grandfather, Richard Hiatt, Walton; a niece and three nephews.
Services will be conducted a 2 p.m. Tuesday in Kroeger Funeral Home. Burial will be in Galveston Cemetery.
Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today.
Florence Morning News. Monday, April 21, 1975.
SOCIETY HILL - Funeral service for Keel H. Titus, Jr. will be conducted Tuesday at 3 p.m. in Mt. Rona Baprist Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery, directed by Mitchell-Josey Funeral Home of Darlington.
Mr. Titus, 36, died Friday in a Darlington hospital after a short illness. He was born in Darlington County, the son of the late Keel and Cora Poe Titus, Sr. He was a member of the Mt. Rona Baptist Church.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mazie Tedder Titus of Society Hill; three sisters, Mrs. Marie Lincoln and Mrs. Barbara McNeil both of Society Hill and Mrs. Josephine Thomas of Hartsville; five brothers, Edward Titus, James Titus, and Walter Titus, all of Newport News, Va. Marion Titus of Nashville, Tenn., and Curry Titus of Society Hill.
The Mexia Daily News. Friday, August 13, 1971. p. 2.
Funeral services for Lafondus Titus, 45, of Dallas are to be Saturday at 1:30 p.m. in Jones Chapel United Methodist Church in Fairfield with the Rev. Kelly Black officiating. Burial is to be in Hopewell Cemetery in Freestone County, under direction of Dorsey-Keatts Funeral Home.
Mr. Titus died Monday at the Veterans Hospital in Dallas. Born March 17, 1926 in Fairfield, he had lived in Freestone, Leon and Dallas counties. He was a member of the Church of The Living God and a veteran of World War II.
Survivors include two daughters, Tommie Faye Titus and Mrs. Sybil Ruth Lott, both of Normangee; two sons, J. D. Titus of Fort Worth and Lay Carl Titus of Normangee; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Titus of Faitfield; three sisters, Mrs. Zelma Willis of San Fernendo, Calif., Mrs Tommie N. Canady of Dallas and Mrs. Allesie N. Gibbs of Jacksonville, N.C.; and two grandchildren.
Pharos-Tribune. Sunday, April 20, 1997. p. A2.
PERU - Services for Larry "Crow" J. Titus, 56, of 96 W. 10th St., will be held at 1 p.m. Monday in Flowers-Leedy Funeral Home.
Mr. Titus died at 8:05 a.m. Thursday in his residence.
Born May 23, 1940, in Cass County, he was the son of Clark and Lora H. Somsel Titus. On Feb. 4, 1990 he was married to Delores Nichels Mosley, who survives.
Mr Titus had been employed by Electro-Nite Company.
Also surviving are four daughters, Cindy Walters, Connie Yoakum and Bettia Titus, all of Logansport, and Cheryl Lundberg, Peru; two stepsons, Donald R. Mosley, Jr. and Raymond H. Mosley, both of Peru; two stepdaughters, Tammy J. Hiles, Peru, and Tressa K. Mosley, Denver; four brothers, Ronald Titus, West Lebanon, and Joe, Danny and Richard "Dick" Titus, all of Logansport; two sisters, Judith "Charlene" Richardson, Melbourne Beach, Fla., and Kay Lorene O'Connor, Attica; 11 grandchildren; five step grandchildren; and his ex-wife, Darlene Zicafoose.
Two grandchildren preceded in death.
Officiating at the services will be the Rev. David Jodry. Burial will be in Ever-Rest Memorial Park Cemetery, Cass County.
Friends may call from 2 to 8 p.m. today in the funeral home.
The Bee. Friday, October 25, 1929. p. 10.
SUMMIT, N. J. Oct. 25. Mrs. Laura M. Titus had a birthday nor long ago. She was 70. There were no presents for the frail little woman, but her tired old face, deeply seamed by hard work through 49 years of marriage, showed relief rather than disappointment.
For Mrs. Titus expected a present, a sharp and shiny thing symbolic of her place in that unhappy household. A few days previously, sha said, her son had reminded his father, James Titus, that "the old woman's gonta have a birthday pretty soon; maybe we oughta get her a present."
"Yeh," the husband laughed, "we'll get her an ax. Then she can chop more wood."
James Titus was a big man, and strong despite his 78 years. He weighed more than twice as much as Laura Titus, who is less than 5 feet tall and weighs only 90 pounds. Titus liked to drink, and most of his meager wages went that way.
They had lived on a farm for 30 years, and it was pretty hard going for both of them. Then they moved in to Summit, where Titus worked for an ice company until he got sick one day and lost his job. He was not a good husband, she said; he mistreated her cruelly. And he kept on drinking. If Laura didn't like it when he came home drunk, a clip with his big fist shut her up quick enough. Soon she learned to do her work in silence, and seemed to find solace in looking at two newspaper cartoons she had saved.
One depicted the evils of drunkenness. The other showed an old woman carrying a big load of wood.
The other night old Jim Titus lay on the living room floor in an alcoholic stupor. In the kitchen, puttering over the hot stove, Mrs. Titus kept mumbling to herself: "Shall I, or shan't -? Shall I or shan't I? Shall I or - ?
Outside the kitchen door was an ax. Not the new ax she had expected for her birthday, but a good enough one.
"I took it and sat for awhile looking at him," she said. "He was lyin' there, with two pillows under his head."
Then, the little woman declared, she swung as hard as she could. She swung again. Her husband was dead.
After she confessed, at the Union County Jail at Elizabeth, N. J., Mrs. Titus was charged with murder.
"I hope," she said. "that somebody will take care of my dog."
Middletown Daily Times-Press. Wednesday, January 3, 1917.
Laurence V. Titus died this morning at 4:30, at the home of his parents, 35 Smith street, of pneumonia, after an illness of one week, at the age of 20 years, seven months and 20 days.
The deceased was born in Walton, May 12, 1896, a son of Charles H. Titus and Hattie Chase. For the past two years he had been a resident of this city, where he had made many friends, being a young man of excellent qualities.
Besides his parents, the deceased is survived by two brothers and one sister, Helen and Charles, at home, and Harold, at Millerton.
The funeral notice will appear later.
The Morning Herald. April 1, 1880.
A Visit to the Oldest Cemetery In the Valley
Fronting on Brook street, near the corner of Franklin, is an acre of ground that ten or twelve years ago, was called God's acre from the fact that it was sacred to the memory of several of our departed citizens - the early pioneers of Titusville and their families - who lay buried there. Now it is most antbody's acre, being without a fence for the protection against vandals and other transgressors and bearing the most dismal aspect of neglect imaginable. Jonathan Titus, the first settler of this city, gave this piece of property over eighty years ago to the Oil Creek Congregation for a burying ground, and after that year by year the forefathers of this city and much of the surrounding country were laid to rest on this spot. It was then a pleasant place, shadowed by grand old oaks, some of which are still in existence, and the little old church of the Presbyterian society. Situated on a rise of earth at the roadside, and at the foot of a high hill, it commanded a view of the most picturesque description. There was the broad valley reaching to the high hills on the south, the view unobstructed by urban scenes, and a vast level area extending north and south for several miles. Here and there a farm house dotted the landscape, and the general aspect of the country was wild and beautiful. The grave yard was a hallowed acre, a place of repose, awakening and remembrances, and withal an ornement in the little hamlet. A neat fence enclosed the ground, and white marble grave stones, green walks and shrubbery indicated its character as a cemetery, Should one have enough curiosity to visit this spot to-day he would see it wholly neglected, with traces of desolation and decay on every hand, Time has done much toward destroying the memories of the past, and vandals have done more. All sorts of rubbish are scattered about the graves. There are two or three mounds preserved in their original shape, and those are without headstones. Half of the graves are unknown, some sunken and full of water, and others overgrown with brambles.
The Post. Monday, November 12, 1962. p. 4.
Lee Fitzhugh Titus died at his home in Rosemont near Brunswick at 11:30 Saturday morning. He was born February 17, 1888.
Mr. Titus, a retired farmer, was the son of the late Burr Town and Martha Howser Titus of Loudoun County, Virginia.
He was a prominent farmer in Frederick County and operated a dairy business in Brunswick for 21 years.
He was a member of Bethany Lutheran Church of Brunswick and served on the Church Council. He was also a director of the Bank of Brunswick and served 20 years as president of Brunswick Coop Association, Inc. and vice-president for 10 years. He was a member of the Petersville Farmers Club and Ruritan Club. Survivors include:
His widow, Mrs. Mary Stoneburner Titus, 3 daughters, Mrs. Margaret Titus Creager of Frederick, Mrs. Ellener Titus Norris of Mt. Airy, and Mrs. Barbara Titus Reidt of Walkersville: one brother, Town B. Titus of Jefferson, and one sister, Mrs. Mary Titus Fry of Tuscarora.
Six grandchildren and a number of neices and nephews also survive.
Friends may call at the Feete Funeral Home this afternoon and evening. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. from the funeral home, with Rev. Ralph Miller officiating.
Interment will be at Union Cemetery, Lovettsville, Va.
The Amarillo Daily News. Thursday Morning, September 16, 1948. p. 20.
PLAINVIEW. Sept. 15 (Special) - Funeral services for Lee Titus, 73 years old, were conducted at 4 o'clock this afternoon at Flomot Methodist Church with Rev. Robert Jameson, Methodist minister at White Flat, and Rev. A. C. Lamb of Plainview, officiating. Burial in Flomot Cemetery.
Mr. Titus died in Plainview Hospital Tuesday night. He was a retired farmer. The family lived at Flomot several years before moving to Plainview in 1942. Mrs. Titus died last May.
Among the survivors are five sons, L. B. and Melvin Titus, both of Flomot; J. C. and Troy Titus, both of Plainview; and Roy Titus, Levelland; five daughters, Mrs. H. M. Stanley, San Jon, NW, Mrs. Bill Slover, Mrs. Woodrow Slover and Mrs. W. O. Taylor, all of White Flat, and Mrs. J. A. Noble, Seminole; two brothers, Tom Titus of Lone Oak and Enyard Titus, Dallas. Thirty-two grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren also survive.
The Dominion-News. Monday Morning, Feb. 3, 1958. p. 2.
Lee Titus, 84, of Pt. Marion, Pa. died Saturday at Vincent Pallotti Hospital following a brief illness.
Born Dec. 31, 1873 in Greene Cointy, Pa., he was the son of the late Benjamin F. and Jennie M. Sadler Titus.
Titus was president and manager of the Evergreen Memorial Park in Pt. Marion. He was a member of the First Christian Church, Official Board and a charter member of IOOF No. 1173, AF & AM No. 459 in Masontown, Pa. and the Pt. Marion Volunteer Fire Department.
Surviving are his wife, Maple Hern Titus at home; one daughter, Jennie Lee at home, and two sons, Garrett and Delphos, both of Pt. Marion.
Casa Grande Dispatch. Wednesday, November 11, 1970. p. 3..
COOLIDGE - Services for Mrs. Lena S. Titus, 80, who died Sunday in Denver, were at 2 p.m. today in the Cole and Maud Mortuary here. Burial was in Valley Memorial Park.
Mrs Titus was born in Belcourt, N.D., and was a resident of Coolidge for 40 years before moving to Denver two years ago.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Susie T. Erickson of Denver and Mrs. Rose P. Davis of Honolulu.
The Herald-Palladium. Tuesday, August 30, 1977. p. 14.
DECATUR - Leo S. Titus, 73, of 701 White Oak street, Decatur, died Sunday morning in Bergess hospital, Kalamazoo. He was born Aug. 25, 1904, in Grays Lake, Ill., and had resided in Decatur 38 years, coming from Chicago, Ill. Mr. Titus was the former owner of the Titus Garage in Decatur.
Surviving are his widow, the former Agnes Neustifter, to whom he was married on Aug. 1, 1931; two sons, Raymond, Waldwick, N. J., and John of Richland, Mich.; four sisters, Mrs Eleanor Klipp, Watervliet, Mrs. Violet Knowles, Fayetteville, Ark., Mrs. Jean Slater and Mrs. Ruth Rierson, both of Woodstock, Ill.
The Rosary will be recited at 8 this evening in the Newell funeral home, Decatur. A funeral mass will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in Holy Family Catholic church, Decatur, of which he was a member. Burial will be in Lakeside cemetery.
Brainerd Daily Dispatch. Tuesday, January 20, 1953. p. 2.
Chief Electronics Technician, Leo Titus, his wife, Ruthie, and sons Robert and Michael, have been guests for the past week at the home of Leo's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Titus, 304 South Third street. Titus, who has been serving in the Navy for the past 10 years has recently completed three years duty in Hawaii and is now enroute to Washington, D.C. for duty. His wife and family, who had been with him in Hawaii, are also accompanying him to Washington to make their future home.
The Hawk Eye. Thursday, March 15, 1984. p. 20.
Mrs. Leoma Titus, 74, of 1311 Washington, died Wednesday, March 14, at 1201 S. Seventh.
She was born Feb. 24, 1910, to William C. and Hulda Bonn Meinsen, in Burlington, where she married Lloyd Titus Sept. 22, 1934; he died Nov. 23, 1979.
Mrs. Titus attended Oak Street Baptist Church.
Surviving: Daughter Sharon Wisener, Burlington; four brothers, Charles Meinsen, Atlanta, Ga., Milton Meinsen, Hamburg, and Robert and Kenneth Meinsen, both of Burlington; sister Cleota Malloy, Burlington; and three grandchildren.
Funeral: 10 a.m. Saturday at Lunning Chapel, the Rev. B. Lawrence Sweeney; Aspen Grove Cemetery. An American Cancer Society mamorial has been established.
The Daily Chronicle. July 19, 1932. p. 5.
Leon Titus and twin sons of Seattle visited with Mr. Titus' mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Titus, Sunday.
The Daily Chronicle. Wednesday, June 29, 1966. p. 4.
Funeral services will be Friday afternoon for a former Centralia auto dealer, Leon E. Titus, 77, who died Monday at Palm Desert, Calif.
Mr. Titus was born at Marshall, Ind., and attended Indiana schools. He first came west in 1909 to attend the Alaska-Yukon and Pacific Exposition. He returned in 1911 to work as an Overland car salesman for the J. W. Leavitt Motor Co., in Seattle.
In 1913, Mr. Titus opened his first Ford agency in Centralia and since then had almost continuously sold Ford cars. At one time he owned dealerships in Olympia, Centralia, Tenino and Aberdeen.
While in Centralia he was associated with A. C. St. John.
In 1938, he founded the Titus Motor Co., in Tacoma. The firm is now known as Titus-Will Ford Sales.
Since moving to Tacoma, Mr. Titus had taken an active role in community events, serving in a number of public capacities. He was a member of numerous groups including the Centralia Elks Lodge, of which he was a life member. He was also a vice president of the Automobile Club of Washington.
Survivors include the widow, Doris; two sons, Leon E. Jr., of Tacoma, and Paul H. Titus, Glendale, Calif., and four grandchildren.
Services will be 1 p.m.. Friday at the Immanuel Presbyterian church in Tacoma. Burial will follow at the new Tacoma cemetery.
Traverse City Record Eagle. Monday, January 28, 1946. p. 1.
Death claimed a prominent local businessman early Sunday when Leon F. Titus, pioneer Traverse City resident and well known financier and orchardist, died here following a long illness.
Long active in local banling, Mr. Titus engaged in fruit growing for the past several years, an enterprise in which he established himself in 1910. Prior to his illness hr was extremely active in community affairs, serving as a member of many civic committees.
The son of Dorr B. and F. Josephine, Mr. Titus was born October 8, 1872, in Oswego, N. Y. and moved to Traverse City with his parents in 1885. He attended local schools and in 1890 started work in the First National Bank as a messenger. He later went to the Traverse City State Bank as assistant teller, returning to the First National Bank as teller in 1898. He was successively assistant cashier and cashier of this institution. As executive officer of the bank he was responsible for the edifice now occupied by the First Peoples' State Bank, in which he continued as cashier until 1926 when he resigned to engage in investment banking and real estate operations in Detroit.
In 1932 Mr. Titus was named receiver of the Peoples' State Bank of Muskegon and liquidated the property in a period of six years, retrieving for depositors nearly 90 per cent of their claims. Later he served as receiver for the Elk Rapids State Bank. Since concluding that function he has he has been engaged in fruit farming.
As a banker in a horticultural community Mr. Titus pioneered the compaign for more fruit and better grades. Long active in civic circles, he was an organizer and an original officer of the present Chamber of Commerce, a charter member of the local Rotary Club and at various times a vestryman of Grace Episcopal church, of which he was a member for nearly half a century. Mr. Titus helped promote city park development and began a successful move to receive funds from the Carnegie Foundation with which to build the city library.
His wife, Alice Roberts Titus, preceded him in death in 1937. A sister, Mrs. James M. Stewart of Flint, died in 1927.
Surviving is one brother, Harold, of this city.
The body was taken to the Weaver-Walbrink mortuary where it will remain until time of services, to be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the mortuary. Rev. Louis Basso, Jr., pastor of Grace Episcopal church, will officiate and commitment will be made in the mausoleum until spring, when interment will be made in the family lot in Oakwood cemetery.
Corpus Christi Times. Fri., April 16, 1965. p. 8.
Graveside services for Leonard B. Titus, 57, of 1812 N. Water, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Rose Hill Memorial Park under direction of Maxwell P. Dunne Funeral Service. Titus died yesterday.
A resident here two years, Titus was a building contractor. He formerly lived in Dallas.
Survivors are his wife, Mary Ann; four sons, Lamar, Dean and Travis Titus, all of Dallas, and Kenneth Titus of Little Rock, Ark., and 13 grandchildren.
Mason City Globe-Gazette, February 18, 1935. p. 8.
Leonard Joseph Titus, pioneer farmer and real estate man in this territory, died at his home, 412 East State street, about 3:15 o'clock Sunday morning following a long illness. He had resided in Mason City many years.
Mr. Titus was born at Lorain, Ohio, the son of Capt. Joseph Titus of Vermont, who moved to Allamakee county in Iowa early on a pioneer venture. Mr. Titus spent some time as a young man in Mason City as a steam fitter, but later began farming, at which he was successful in both Minnesota and Iowa. From farming Mr. Titus went into the real estate business but ill health forced him into retirement several years ago.
Mr. Titus was twice married, the first time to Clara Welsch, to which union, two children were born, Marguerite and Leonard, Jr. Following the death of his first wife and children, Mr. Titus later married Grace E. Burke in Santa Ana, Cal., and they made their residence in Los Angeles.
Later Mr. and Mrs. Titus moved to Rockwell and then to Mason City, where they resided for many years during the illness of Mr. Titus.
Surviving Mr. Titus are his wife and a sister, Mrs. C. A. Holman, Mason City. One other sister and two brothers have preceded Mr. Titus in death. Mr. Titus was a member of the St. James Episcopal church in Los Angeles but had been affiliated with the Baptist church since returning to Iowa.
Funeral services will be held at the Patterson funeral home Tuesday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock. The Rev. A. W. Caul, pastor of the First Baptist church will be in charge of the services. Burial will be at Rockwell.
The Portsmouth Herald. Monday Evening, October 30, 1950. p. 3.
Funeral services for Leroy A. Titus, 39, of 73 Daniel street, who died Friday night of injuries suffered in an automobile accident in Eliot, were held at the Buckminster chapel, yesterday.
The Rev. Alfred G. Davis, pastor of the Second Methodist church of Kittery, conducted the service, also the committal at the grave in the family lot in Orchard Grove cemetery, Kittery.
Bearers were Clarence Turner, Wilbur Durand, Winston Bridges and Cyrus Perkins.
Portland Press Herald. Saturday Morning, October 28, 1950. pp. 1 & 2.
Eliot, Oct. 27. - Leroy Titus, 38, Daniels Street, Portsmouth, N.H. general helper at the Kittery Navy Yard, was killed instantly late today when his four-door sedan crashed into a tree on the Beech Road and was demolished.
His death, which brings the 1950 motor fatality toll to 120, was due to mulpiple fractures.
State troopers Sherman Clark, Eliot. and Roger Farris, Kittery, said the accident occured just after Titus had crossed a small wooden bridge over the Boston & Maine Railroad tracks.
Losing control of the car as it came up the steep incline to the bridge, Titus was headed for a telephone pole, but swung to one side a bit and the machine struck the tree head-on.
The impact, the officers said, snapped off the steering wheel, which was found on the back seat.
Titus, who was unmarried, was a native of Kittery, the son of Mrs. Mabel Titus, 125 State Road, and the late Harry K. Titus, and had of late been making his home with a sister, Miss Doris Titus, at Portsmouth.
Besides his mother at Portsmouth, he leaves another sister, Mrs Gertrude Parker, 125 State Road, Kittery, and a brother, Kenneth, Sterling Road, Kittery.
Mrs Letha Scott, 75, died Friday at her home at 317 Raines Lane in Greenville after a sudden illness.
Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Sunday at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church on North Street. The Rev. D. R. Royal will officiate. Burial will be in Live Oak Cemetery.
She leaves three sisters, Mrs. Daisy Titus of Greenville, Mrs. Arie Williams and Mrs. Juanita Miller, both of Vicksburg; a grandson, Johnny Satra of Dallas, and a granddaughter, Mrs. Lottie Tyson of Greenville.
Pharos-Tribune. Friday, June 9, 1995. p. A2.
Steve and Tishia Titus, 330 W. Broadway, Logansport, are the parents of a son, Levi Alexander Titus, born Wednesday, June 7, 1995, in Logansport Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandmother is Mary Richard, Logansport. Paternal grandparents are Steve Sr. and Chris Titus, Logansport. Maternal great-grandmother is Mettie Turnet, Twelve Mile. Paternal great-grandmother is Ida Wood, Walton.
The Ogden Standard. Tuesday Evening, July 25, 1905. p. 1.
Pittsburg, July 25. - Two dead, two fatally burned and three others seriously injured is the result of an explosion of a gasoline stove early today at the home of Levi Titus, a kosher butcher, No. 25, Wood Alley, Braddock, Pa.
The dead are:
Harry Titus and Meyer Titus, aged 7 year. (twins)
Mrs Sarah Titus, the mother.
Elsie Titus, aged 3 years.
Levi Titus, the father.
Goldie Titus, aged 18.
Ray Titus, aged 18.
The explosion was caused by the overturning of a gasoline stove on which Mrs. Titus was preparing breakfast. The burning fluid was scattered over the room, enveloping Mrs. Titus and igniting a five-gallon can of oil, standing on the rear porch, near the door.
A second explosion followed, and in a few moments the entire house was in flames. Neighbours made strenuous efforts to reach the five children, who were asleep on the floor, but, as the flames had already spread to the stairway, nothing could be accomplished until the arrival of the firemen with ladders. The father was the first one to scale the ladder and enter the children's room where smoke was issuing from the windows. Feeling his way to the bed, he grasped the twins and carried them to the window. He handed the children to the fireman on the ladder, who found that they were both dead, having been suffocated. The father then went back and rescued the other three children and, as he assisted the last one to the window, he fell to the floor, overcome by the smoke. He was taken out unconscious by the firemen, who also rescued Mrs. Titus after she had been terribly burned. It is thought her injuries will prove fatal. The three-year-old daughter was so badly burned that her recovery is doubtful. The others, although seriously burned, will recover.
The house, a frame building, and its contents were damaged to the extent of $2,000.
The Evening Standard. Saturday, September 23, 1930. p. 3.
Lewis Dale Titus, 65, former Uniontown resident, a brother of S. Ray Shelby and Edward F. Shelby, Uniontown, and a son of the late Abigal S. Titus and Thorton Titus, died in Detroit yesterday.
Funeral services for Mr. Titus, who spent most of his boyhood days in this city, will be held in Detroit as will his funeral.
Portsmouth Herald. Tues., July 27, 1976. p. 3.
Lewis M. Titus, 72 of 76 Decatur Rd., died July 27th. Funeral from the Farrell Funeral Home, 684 State St., Thurs. morning. A Mass of Christian Burial at St. James Church at 9 a.m. Friends invited. Visiting hours Wed. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.
The Lima News. Wednesday, October 29, 1971. p. A4.
KENTON - Services for Lewis Titus, 72, of Wapakoneta Nursing Home, formerly of this city, will be 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Hull-Leis Funeral Home, Rev. Joel Krumlauf officiating. Burial will be in Seig Cemetery near here.
Mr. Titus died 8 a.m. Tuesday in St. Rita's Hospital, Lima.
Born Nov. 21, 1898, in Logan County, he was the son of Charles and Carrie Derwester Titus.
Surviving are two sons, Donald and Allen, both of this city, four daughters, Mrs. Gladyce Rizor of here, Mrs. Juanita Hoopes of Upper Sandusky, Mrs. Iniz Manley of Fremont, and Mrs. Kathryn Freye of New London; two sisters, Mrs. Lillian Meeker of Wapakoneta and Mrs. Altha Huffman of Bellefontaine; two brothers, Kenneth of Springfield and Manley of Westmunster.
He was a retired farmer. He attended the United Methodist Church in Wapakoneta.
Friends may call at the funeral home.
Mason City Globe-Gazette. Monday, May 13, 1940. p. 7.
CHARLES CITY - The body of Mrs. Lizzie Titus, 70, was sent to Spooner, Wis., Sunday noon and funeral services will be held in the Congregational church in Earl, Wis., Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Titus died Saturday night at the home of her son, the Rev. W. H. Titus following a month's illness.
She is survived by five children, Mr. Titus, Mrs Alta Skille and Howard Titus, Stone Lake, Wis., and Rose Snider, Westfield, N. J.
The Hauser funeral home had charge of the arrangements.
The Winona Republican-Herald. Wednesday Evening, April 27, 1949. p. 1.
Arthur, Ill. - Two boys who beat and shot a 57-year-old country school teacher in revenge for a spanking given them by her husband, face a possible charge of attempted murder today.
The boys Lloyd Titus, 16, and Glen Phillips, 11, are held in the Sullivan county jail. State's Attorney Joseph C. Munch said no charge had been placed against them immediately, but he was holding them for attempted murder.
Sheriff Glen W. Braden said the boys, in statements, related that Titus shot Mrs. Nina Donahoo at the White school west of here yesterday. Mrs. Donahoo, shot in the groin, was in a hospital suffering from shock and loss of blood.
Braden said the boys, pupils at the nearby Maple Grove school where Mrs. Donahoo's husband, George W. is also a teacher, went to the White school yesterday planning to steal her automobile. On Monday, Braden said Donahoo had spanked the boys as punishment for passing a note in school.
"They thought stealing Mrs. Donahoo's car would be a way of getting even with their teacher for the paddling," Braden said.
The sheriff said Titus struck Mrs. Donahoo on the head with the pistol and grabbed her purse as she fell. When they fled she followed them out of the school building. As she attempted to retrieve her purse, she was shot.
After the shooting the boys fled across fields and hid under a railroad bridge more than a mile from the White school. They were found by sheriff's deputies an hour later and surrendered after a deputy fired one shot.
Kokomo Tribune. Thursday, Feb. 11, 1988. p. 8.
LOGANSPORT, Ind. - Lora Helen Titus Freyburgher, 79, died at 7:20 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 9, 1988, in Miller's Merry Manor here.
She was born Jan. 15, 1909, in Cass County, a daughter of Charles and Emma (Tilley) Somsel.
March 2, 1929, she married Clark Titus. Jan. 9, 1965, she married Lawrence F. Freyburgher, who died Oct. 20, 1970.
She was a member of Walton Christian Church and Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary.
Surviving are five sons, Ronald Titus, of West Lebanon, Larry Titus of Peru, Joe and Danny Titus, both of Logansport, and Richard Titus of Ashville, N.C.; two daughters, Charlene Richardson of Onward and Kay O'Conner of Lafayette; a sister, Ruby Broyles of Raymondville, Texas; 27 grandchildren; and 27 great-grandchildren. Two brothers and a sister preceded him (sic) in death.
Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday in Fisher Funeral Home here. The Rev. Raymond Skelton will officiate. Burial will be in Galveston Cemetery. Friends may call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the mortuary.
Pinedale Roundup. August 25, 1960. p. 7.
Airman second class and Mrs. Louis T. Titus are now making their home at Alpine apartments following a wedding trip to Lake Louise, Canada. Mrs. Titus is the former Joan Martin of Albequerque, New Mexico. The marriage took place July 31.
Beatrice Daily Sun. Thursday, July 30, 1931. p. 2.
Although a public affair, the double wedding of Miss Pearl Kinaman and Harry Vandegrift and Miss Elva Vandegrift and Louis Titus, which took place Wednesday evening at the Rivoli theatre, was beautiful and impressive, the several thousand in attendance seeming to realize the sacredness of the ceremony.
The stage was made beautiful with palms and cut flowers, and in the soft shaded lights the participants were at their best. The wedding party entered at the west door of the theatre, and to a wedding march played by Kathryn Krause, organist, Ora Dunn, violin, and Beatrice Nickerson, pianist, marched up the aisle and took their places in a semi-circle on the stage, where Judge Leslie Noble read the marriage lines.
Miss Vandegrift wore white organdy and Miss Kinaman was gowned in shell pink. Both carried beautiful bride's bouquets. Misses Mary Peterson, Frances De Lozier and Zeal Johnson were brides maids and the grooms had as attendants, Everett Van Buskirk and John Weideman. Following the ceremony a wedding supper was served at Ayer's cafe.
Mr. Vandegrift is a son of Mr. and Mrs. William Vandegrift and his bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kinaman. Mr. Titus is a son of Mr. and Mr. Frank Titus and Mrs. Titus is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Vandegrift.
The happy young couples will continue to reside in Beatrice, starting out on life's matrimonial journey with the hearty congratulations and best wishes of the community.
Business men presented many gifts and the Dole floral company contributed some lovely flowers.
Among others contributing gifts were: J. C. Penny company, Fair store, Nu-Way Shoe store, Jones Bros. clothiers, Spiegel Auto company, Floyd Taxi service, Burwood hotel management, Voortman & Co., Ted Larsen, insurance, Child's bakery, Beatrice Fruit market, Warren Drug Co., Mumford's furniture store, Lang's M. System, Central Co-operative company, Casper barber shop, Burwood Cleaners, Ayer's Cafe.
Trenton Times. Saturday, March 24, 1906. p. 2.
The funeral of Louisa Titus, wife of Noah Titus was held this morning at 10:30 o'clock from her late home near Pennington. Interment was made in Pennington cemetery. Mrs. Titus was 78 years of age. She died Wednesday.
Nashua Telegraph. Tuesday, Februsry 20, 1951.
Mrs. Louise A. Bullard, wife of Charles H. Bullard of 80 Elm st, died at her home this morning following a brief illness. She was born in Wayland, Mass, April 30, 1872, daughter of the late Alfred and Stella (Stone) Hayden.
Mrs Bullard had been a resident of this city for over 50 years and was a member of the Pilgrim Congregational church. She had, for a number of years, served as treasurer for the Third Regiment of the Civil War Veterans.
Besides her husband, Mrs Bullard is survived by a granddaughter, Mrs Dorothy Dutton; a great grandson, Melvin Ernest Dutton; a son-in-law, Harold Titus of Central Cambridge, NB, Canada; a sister-in-law, Mrs Hattie Bird of Milford, and a niece, Mrs Helen Dunklee of Hudson.
Farwell Funeral Services, Inc, is in charge of arrangements. Funeral announcement will be made later.
The Frederick Post. Friday, August 21, 1987. p. A-5.
Mrs Lucille Virginia Titus Mathews, 85, of 12508 Woodsboro Pike, Ladiesburg, died Thursday, Aug. 20, at Frederick Memorial Hospital. She was predeceased by her husband, Russell M. Mathews, Sr., on May 2, 1977.
Born Oct. 9, 1901 in Loudoun County, Va., she was the daughter of the late J. Frank and Annie Mae Fry Titus. Mrs. Mathews was a member of the Senior Citizens Club of Johnsville.
She is survived by two daughters, Evelyn Kovach of South Bend, Ind., Mary Jane Warrenfeltz of Ladiesburg; seven sons, William E. Mathews of Middletown, Raymond F. Mathews of Mount Airy, Marshall D. Mathews of Thurmont, Edward T. Mathews of Taneytown, Charles L. Mathews, Robert L. Mathews and Donald L. Mathews, all of Keymar; four sisters, Anna Brooks, Elizabeth Moore and Cindy Butler, all of Poolesville, Elsie Ward of Silver Spring; two brothers, Norman Titus and Dave Titus, both of Poolesville; 36 grandchildren; and 41 great-grandchildren.
She was predeceased by one son, Russell M. Mathews, Jr., three brothers and two sisters.
The family will receive friends 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 22, at the Frederick Funeral Home of Robert E. Dailey & Son, 1201 N. Market At. Funeral services will be held 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 23, at the funeral home, with the Rev. Kenneth C. Hamrick, Thurmont United Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Resthaven Memorial Gardens near Frederick.
The Post. Tuesday, September 14, 1965. p. 5.
Mrs Lucy Stoneburner Titus, 77, wife of Town B. Titus, died Saturday at her home in Jefferson.
She was a daughter of the late William C. and Sallie E. Smith Stoneburner. In addition to her husband, she leaves a sister, Mrs. Mary Stoneburner Titus of Frederick; three double nieces, Mrs. Margaret T. Creager of Frederick, Mrs. Ellener T. Norris of Mount Airy, ans Mrs. Barbara T. Reidt of Walkersville; and a number of other nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Titus was a member of Bethany Lutheran Church in Brunswick, and the Merryland Tract Homemakers Club.
Friends may call at the Etchison Funeral Home at 106 East Church Street, where services will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. They will be conducted by her pastor, the Rev. Ralph H. Miller. Burial will be in Union cemetery at Lovettsville, Va.
The Post. Friday, July 23, 1965. p. 5.
Mrs. Lula M. Titus, 86, a native of Frederick County, and more recently of Cabin John in Montgomery County, died Wednesday at a Kensington hospital.
Mrs. Titus was the widow of Thornton B. Titus. She was a member of the Cabin John Methodist Church.
She leaves three daughters: Mrs. Elizabeth Witt, Mrs. Ellen Skinner and Mrs. Margaret Edmiston; a son, Ralph Titus; several grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and a number of cousins in Frederick County.
Friends may call at the Tyson-Wheeler Funeral Home at 1331 East Montgomery Avenue in Rockville, where services will be Saturday at 1 p.m.
Burial will be in Union Cemetery at Leesville, Va.
The Sheboygan Press. Friday, June 18, 1926. p. 2.
Mrs. Lydia Baer Titus, mother of Senator W. A. Titus and a resident of Fond du Lac county for nearly seventy-four years, died suddenly at 6:45 Tuesday night at the Titus home in Fond du Lac. Mrs. Titus was 80 years of age, and had enjoyed good health until a few days ago when she suffered from a heart attack.
Newport Daily News. Monday, January 8, 1968. p. 2.
Mrs. Lydia Titus West, 87, of 34 Vaughan Ave., died Saturday in the Nelson Nursing Home, Middletown, after a brief illness. She was the widow of Alfred West.
She was born July 17, 1880, in Newport, a daughter of Crawford and Mary Davis Titus. She was a member of St. Paul's Methodist Church, and the Newport Chapter of the Esther Rebekah Lodge.
She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Raymond Spence, with whom she lived, and Mrs. David Rohr, also of this city; a son, Alfred M. West, Jr. of Grand Junction, Colo.; four grandchildren and a great grandchild.
A service will be held in the Hambly Funeral Home tomorrow at 11 a.m. The Rev. Max Munro, pastor of St. Paul's Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Aquidneck Memorial Park.
The Ironwood Daily Globe. Thursday, January 2, 1930. p. 9.
Los Angeles, Jan. 2 (AP) - Mrs. Lydia Yeamans Titus, whose act was headlined in the United States and England 30 years ago, and who was signally honored by King Edward VII after she had sung "Sally in Our Alley," for him, was dead here Tuesday.
King Edward presented the actress with a gold bar pin in which the first notes of the song were shown in diamonds.
Mrs. Titus, the daughter of Annie Yeamans, of Australia, who also was famous on the stages of two continents, was the last of a celebrated family of actors. She was the widow of Frederick J. Titus.
The troupers, an association of old actors and actresses, will have charge of funeral services Thursday.
The Bismarck Tribune. Monday, February 20, 1939. p. 2.
Grand Forks, N. D., Feb. 20. - (AP) - M. S. Titus, 80, early settler and banker of Minto, died here Sunday morning.
Born in Shrakopten, Minn., Mr. Titus was associated with his brother, S. S. Titus, in banking operations in Grand Forks in the early eighties. He moved to Minto in 1885 and entered into the banking business, which he had continued since. Although president of the Bank of Minto, he had not been active in it for several years.
In addition to his widow, he leaves two daughters, Mrs. M. C. Bacheller and Mrs. W. J. Plunkett of Grand Forks, and five grandchildren.
Funeral services will be here at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.
The Portsmouth Herald. Friday Evening, December 4, 1964. p. 3.
Mrs Mabelle Lena Titus, 84, of 158 State Rd., Kittery, died Dec. 3. Funeral services at the Franklin G. Wilson Funeral Home, 21 Rogers Rd., Kittery, Sat., 2 p.m. Friends invited and may call at the funeral home, Fri. afternoon and evening at their convenience.
KITTERY - Mrs Mabelle Lena Titus, 84, of 158 State Road, widow of Harrie K. Titus, died at a Portsmouth nursing home yesterday.
Mrs Titus was born in Kittery, June 20, 1880, daughter of Dennis and Sarah (Emery) Lathrop.
She was a lifelong resident of Kittery.
She was employed at two local restaurants for several years, retiring in 1960.
She is survived by a son, Kenneth H. Titus of Kittery; two daughters, Mrs. Doris Gerald of York Beach and Mrs. Gertrude Parker of Kittery; a brother, Charles Lathrop of Dover; five grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Nevada State Journal. Thursday, August 14, 1941. p. 7.
Funeral rites were held at Sacramento yesterday for Mrs. Mae Gertrude Titus, whose death occured Sunday, August 10.
Services were at the Immaculate Conception church in Oak Park and interment was in St. Mary's Lawn Cemetery.
Mrs. Titus was the mother of Mrs. Irene Martin and grandmother of Irene and Claire Martin of Carson.
Trenton Evening Times. Tuesday, May 25, 1920. p. 3.
LAWRENCEVILLE, May 25. - Mrs. Margaret C. Titus, 57 years old, wife of William C. Titus, died at her home here yesterday. The funeral will be held from the Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church, Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock standard time. Other services will be held at the Pennington Presbyterian Church at 3 o'clock, standard time. Interment will be in the Pennington Cemetery under the direction of N. R. Blackwell.
In Lawrenceville, N. J., on the 24th inst., Margaret A. Titus, wife of William C. Titus, in the 58th year of her age.
The relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral from the Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church on Thursday afternoon, May 27, 1920, at 1 o'clock standard time. Services at Pennington Presbyterian Church at 3 o'clock. Interment at Pennington Cemetery.
Charleston Daily Mail. Wed., Nov. 2, 1977. p. 2C.
Mrs. Margaret E. Titus, 71, 1116 Edgewood Drive, Charleston died yesterday afternoon at her home.
Mrs. Titus, retired from the Depasrtment of Welfare, and had been a member of Christ Church United Methodist.
Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Jackie Bokey, of Charleston; sister, Mrs. Wilma P. Fear, of Sarasota, Florida.
The body was to be donated to West Virginia University Medical Center.
The Frederick News-Post. Monday, January 21, 2008. p. A-9.
Margaret Louise Titus Creager, 93, formerly a resident of Northampton Manor of five years, died Friday, Jan. 18, 2008 at the Frederick Memorial Hospital. She was the wife of the late Guy R. Creager, to whom she was married for 50 years.
Born Feb. 7, 1914 near Brunswick, she was the daughter of the late Lee Fitzhugh and Mary G. Stoneburner Titus.
Mrs. Creager was a graduate from Brunswick High School and Towson University. She taught in the public schools of Frederick County during the 1930s and the 1940s, and after her marriage, she devoted most of her life to being a homemaker. Mrs. Creager was a devout Lutheran in her early years and belonged to the Bethany Lutheran Church of Brunswick. She later became a member of the Walkersville Lutheran Church, and currently she was a member of the Evangical Lutheran Church of Frederick.
Mrs. Creager is survived by her daughter, Joanne Creager Meltzler of Frederick and fiancee, William Cooperman of Allentown, Pa.; her son, Dr. Allan R. Creager and wife, Shirley, of Finksburg; three grandchildren, Patricia Anne Davis and husband, Doug, of Jefferson, Matthew Creager Meltzler and wife, Sherry, of Thurmont, and Sarah Eatmon Creager of Finksburg; one great-grandson, Kobi Sheng-An Meltzler; and sister, Barbara Titus Reidt of Frederick. She is additionally survived by several nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Creager was preceded in death by her sister, Ellener Titus Norris, who died in 1984.
The family will receive friends from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, Jan. 21, at the Keeney and Basford, P.A., Funeral Home, 106 E. Church St., Frederick.
Funeral services will be held at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 22, from the funeral home. Rev. Dr. David G. Oravec, her pastor, will officiate. Interment will be at the Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick.
Pallbearers for service, George T. Norris, nephew; Dwight T. Taymon. nephew; Dr. Frederick T. Farra, nephew; Richard C. C. Basford, cousin; George D. Basford, cousin; and Doug Davis, grandson-in-law.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Evangelical Lutheran Church, 31 E. Church St., Frederick, MD 21701 or the Activities Department of Northampton Manor, 200 E. 16th St., Frederick, MD 21701.
Expressions of sympathy may also be made at www.keenybasford.com.
Trenton Times. Monday, January 2, 1905. p. 7.
Lambertville, Jan. 2. - Margaret, wife of Alexander H. Titus, died at her home on North Main street, about 5 o'clock Friday evening, from an abcess on the brain. She was 53 years old. Mrs. Titus had for many years conducted the stationery business of her husband on North Union street. Funeral services conducted by the Rev. H. A. MacKubbin, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will be held at her late redidence tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock with interment in Mt. Hope cemetery. Funeral Director John K. LaBaw has charge of the arrangements.
Northwest Arkansas Times. Friday, September 7, 1945. p. 5.
Mrs. Margaret Wellington, 47, died at her home near West Fork (Washington Co., AR) yesterday. She was a native of Woolsey and had lived near West Fork for the past six years, coming there from Pampa, (Gray Co.) Texas.
Surviving are her husband, C. A. Wellington; five daughters, Mrs. Nevada Copten of Salem, Ill., Mrs. Gus Ervin of Stinnett, (Hutchinson Co.) Texas, Cpl. Robbie Murphy, in France with the WAC, Cpl. Vera O'Mara of Chickasha, (Grady Co.) Okla., and Miss (E?)velyn Murphy of Pawhuska, (Osage Co.) Okla.; one sister, Mrs Martha Welsh of Ada, (Pontotoc Co.) Okla.; three brothers, B. V. Titus of Stinnett, (Hutchinson Co., TX) J. H. Titus of Sand Springs, (Tulsa Co.) Okla., and W. E. Titus of West Fork (Washington Co, AR) and four grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements under the direction of the Nelson-Savage Funeral home are incomplete.
Cape Gazette. Friday, Nov. 22, 2002. p. 37.
Marian K. Titus of Lewes and formerly of New Concord, Oh. and Montclair, N.J., died Sunday, Nov. 17, 2002, after a long illness.
Mrs. Titus was very active in community affairs and in support of the college where her husband was professor and dean. At Muskingum College, she served as president of the Faculty Wives at the time that it became the more inclusive Muskingum College Wonen's Association.
She was a long time supporter of the Muskingum County Mental Health Association, the New Concord United Methodist Church and numerous other organizations. In New Jersey, she served as unofficial "first lady" for the bachelor president of Upsala College during the years her husband served there as vice predident for academic affairs. She was ever present to support students, faculty and especially the fund raising efforts of the college.
Mrs. Titus was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Howe Kennedy. She attended public schools in Highland Park, N.J. and was a graduate of Bucknell University. She was qualified as a teacher and taught at the Winchester-Thurston School of Pittsburgh, Pa. and in the Frederick County, Md. public schools. A devoted mother, she continued her teacher role with family, neighbours and friends.
Mrs. Titus is survived by her husband of 46 years, H. Edwin Titus; a son, Richard of Montclair, N.J.; a daughter, Judith Kinzler of Stamford, Ct.; and three grandchildren, John A. Titus, who is currently attending Dickinson College, and Michael and Sarah Kinzler of Stemford.
A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m., Saturday, at the Frederick Presbyterian Church, Frederick, Md., with burial to follow at the Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Frederick.
The family suggests memorial contributions at Muskingum College, New Concord, Oh. 43762. Arrangements were made by Parnell Funeral Homes & Crematorium, 1449 Kings Hwy., Lewes.
The News. Wednesday, November 22, 1995. p. A-5.
Marie Gum Titus, 88, of Lucketts, Va., died Monday, Nov. 20, at Loudoun Hospital Center, Leesburg, Va.
She was the wife of the late J. Nelson Titus.
She was born May 26, 1907, in Bartow, W.Va., a daughter of the late Issac Dyer Gum and Gertrude Elizabeth Yeager Gum.
She moved to Loudoun County in 1915 and graduated from Harrisonburg (Va.) State Teachers College in 1927. She then taught school during the 1930s and 1940s in Middleburg, Va., and Lucketts. She was a homemaker and member of the Leesburg United Methodist Church.
Surviving are a son, George W. Titus and wife Dorothy of Leesburg; a brother, Yeager F. Gum and wife Mary of Lucketts; two granddaughters, Kelli and Kristi Titus of Leesburg; a niece, Susan Lee of Lucketts; and a great-nephew, Jeremy Lee of Lucketts.
She was preceded in death by a brother, Leroy D. Gum.
The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 24, at the Loudoun Funeral Chapel, 158 Catoctin Circle, S.E., Leesburg. Funeral services will begin threre at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov., 25. Interment will be in Union Cemetery, Leesburg.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to the Leesburg United Methodist Church, 107 W. Market St., Leesburg, or the Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad, Leesburg.
The Lowell Sun. Thursday, December 14, 1961. p. 3.
Ayer - Mrs. Marion Ruth (Totman) Titus, 66, wife of Ernest F. Titus of Grove street, died unexpectedly in California Saturday while vacationing with her husband. Born in Athol, she was the daughter of Herbert and Eva (Joslin) Totman. She and Mr. Titus moved to Ayer in 1923, and made their home here since that time. She was a member of the Ayer Woman's club, DeMolay Mothers Circle and St. Andrews guild and was formerly active in the VFW auxiliary. Besides her husband, she laeves four daughters, Mrs. Norma A. Finnegan of Bennington, Vt., Mrs. Jeannette Loomer of Harvard, Mrs. Eloise R. Debout and Mrs. Alice Millson, both of this town; four sons, Vernon E. Titus of Belmont, Dexter L. Titus of Fitchburg, Ernest F. Titus Jr. of Roseville, Calif., and Clarence A. Titus of Ayer; two brothers, Clarence E. Totman of Irvington, N.Y., and Herbert Totman of Athol; four sisters, Mrs. Mildred Gidnoy of Orange, Mrs. Arlene Simpson of Athol, Mrs Mae Hastings of Orlando, Fla., and Mrs. Beverly Malley of Tacoma, Wash.; and 26 grandchildren.
The Post-Standard. Friday, April 26, 1963. p. 13.
AUBURN - Marion Titus, a former Auburn firemen (sic), died Sunday afternoon at the home of a son, William Titus in Calhoun, Ga., after a long illness.
Mr. Titus had served with the fire department for 22 years, from 1921 to 1943. He left Auburn about three years ago.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Bertha Nilan Titus; two sons, William and Arthur Titus of Auburn; two daughters, Mrs. John Grader of Auburn and Mrs. Charles Duffy of Saranac; a brother, Arthur Titus; and a sister, Mrs. William Hockeborn, both of Auburn; and several grandchildren.
Services were Thursday in Calhoun.
The News. Tuesday, May 31, 1955. p. 2.
Mrs. Marjorie Elizabeth Titus, 21, wife of John Robert Titus, of 11 Old Fort Road, died this morning in the Naval Hospital, after being in poor health for several years. Born in Newport Jan. 21, 1934, she was the daughter of Alexander and Elizabeth Taylor Cameron. Also surviving are a daughter Laura Elizabeth Titus; two sisters, Joan and Hope Cameron; and a brother, Alfred A. Cameron.
She was a graduate of Rogers High School and had been a telephone operator.
Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at two o'clock in Emmanuel Church with the Rev. Daniel Q. Williams, rector, officiating. Burial will be in the Island Cemetery.
Daily Kennebec Journal. Tuesday, June 29, 1915. p. 6.
ALNA - Mrs. Martha J. Titus, widow, passed away peacefully at her home on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Titus was born in this town Jan. 2, 1828, the daughter of Jeremiah and Nancy (Longfellow) Jewett. She was educated in the schools and Con- Academy in Augusta. She taught schiool for 10 years commencing at the age of 16 years. Mrs. Titus was married to William Nelson Titus of Monmouth in Sept. 1852 by profession a lawyer, who had located in this town. On July 20, 1854, she was grief-stricken by the sudden loss of her husband. One son was born of this union, on July 12, 1855 who was named for his father and who follows his father's profession. Mrs. Titus lived and died in the home left her by her husband in 1854. She always took a deep interest in matters that tended to the good of the community in which she lived. She was loved and respected by a wide circle of friends who will miss her. One son, two grandchildren and two great grandchildren mourn her loss. One brother in Kansas and one in Maryland survive out of a family of seven. Funeral services will be held in her late home at 10 A. M., Tuesday. The remains will be taken to Monmouth and laid beside her husband.
Aiken Standard. Tuesday, November 26, 1991. p. 5A.
WISACKY - Good will eventually come out of the death of Marvin Lee Titus, the Rev. Charles Graves told mourners who came to say goodby to the state trooper shot last week after a chase with speeding car.
Bernard Stacy Jackson, 18, of North faces at least six charges, including murder, for Titus' death. Police arrested him after a shootout Friday at a Norway home.
Titus, 28, of Lamar, died Thursday after being shot in the head, chest and stomach.
The Daily Chronicle. Wednesday, Dec. 23, 1959. p.7.
Two young men received Christmas gifts of freedom Tuesday afternoon in Centralia justice court. Ray Yost, 17, and Marvin L. Titus, 19, both Centralia, appeared in court to answer separate criminal charges.
Titus appeared in court and pleaded guilty to a petit larceny charge. His arrest came Monday on a charge of stealing an automoble radiator from a Centralia wrecking yard.
The young man said he was married, has one child and is unemployed. The stolen radiator was placed on his own car. Judge Cunningham gave Titus a 10-day jail sentence, but it will be suspended on Dec. 24.
Titus asked the court if he would be home for Christmas.
Judge Cunningham replied he would.
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner. Monday, October, 19, 1970.
Mary A. Lindstrand, 50, a Fairbanks area resident for 15 years, died Saturday at Fairbanks Community Hospital. Services will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21, at the Fairbanks Lutheran Church where she was a member since 1955.
The Rev. Leland Bottjen will officiate the service with interment at Birch Hill Cemetery following visitation will be from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Mrs. Lindstrand lived with her husband Everett and two daughters, Martha Sue, 14, and Joanne Marie, 8, at 51/2 Mile Chena Hot Springs Road.
Other survivors include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Titus, Erie, Pa.; three brothers, Clifford Titus, Chicago, Ill., Sherman Titus, Columbus, Ohio, and Dr. E. R. Titus, Ventura, Calif.; and a sister, Mrs. Raymond Stahlman, Rochester, N.Y.
Mrs. Lindstrand was born Oct. 12, 1920 at Findley Lake, N.Y. She was a member of the Steele Creek-Hoppers Homemakers Club.
Pallbearers include, William Gritmacker, Darwin Heine, Don Herning, George Lyle, Charles Riedel and Lee Risse.
The Lima News. June 2, 1940.
KENTON, June 1 - Last srvices for Mrs. Mary A. Titus, 76, well-known resident of Rushsylvania, will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the late home with Rev. Herbert Graham in charge. Burial will be in the Rushsylvania cemetery.
Mrs Titus died late Friday at her home after an illness of several weeks of heart disease. She was born in Hardin co on Sept. 9, 1863, but had lived most of her life in Rushsylvania. She was a lifelong member of the Rushsylvania Church of Christ and was president of the Ladies Aid society of the church for eight years. She also was a member of the Missionary society.
On Dec. 28, 1882, she was married to J. W. Titus who died May 5, 1932. Surviving are four sons, Dr. Oscar Titus of Moundsville, W. Va., Floyd Titus of St. Marys, Knowles Titus of West Mansfield and Myron Titus of Miami, Fla.; four daughters, Mrs. Lois Smith of Rushsylvania, Mrs. Elsie Chapman of Knoxville, Tenn., Mrs. Thelma Winch of Flint, Mich., and Mrs. Choice Beck, at home; two brothers, C. E. Knowles of Mentmore, N. M., and A. P. Knowles of Carthage, Mo.; one sister, Mrs. Charlie E. Vance of El Paso, Tex., 32 grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
Idaho State Journal. Tuesday, March 30, 1976. Sect. A, p. 2.
Mary A. Titus, 77, a former Pocatello resident, died Saturday in Oceanside, Calif.
She was born July 24, 1898 at St. Paul, Minn. Her husband, Walter L. Titus, Sr., died here Feb. 13, 1966.
She is survived by a son, Walter Titus, Jr. of Great Falls, Mont.; one daughter Martha V. Culver of Oceanside, Calif.; a brother, J. J. Radlinger of Rapid City, S.S.; and eight grandchildren.
Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Mt. Moriah section of Mountainview Cemetery, in Pocatello with the Rev. John F. Wells of the Presbyterian Church officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Downard Funeral Home.
Middletown Daily Times-Press. Thursday, June 29, 1916. p. 2.
(excerpt Mary Ann Shuitt (NY)
Harriman, June 29 - Some time ago the question of the care and preservation of the cemetery on the grounds of the Friends Meeting House at Smiths Clove (Woodbury Falls) was taken under consideration by the Cornwall monthly meeting of Friends, by whom the property is owned.
Following is a list of names that can be deciphered of the people buried in this place. (Titus names below)
Mary Ann Titus, wife of Morgan Shuitt, died 1867, born 1818.
Phoebe Titus, wife of Morgan Shuitt, born 1832, died 1899.
Peter S. Titus, died May 18, 1870, aged 83 years.
Keturah Titus, died June 19, 1893, aged 84 years.
Isaac B. Titus, died July 15, 1869, aged 76 years.
Eliza C. Titus, died March 5, 1853, aged 61 years.
Susan Cocks Titus, born October 20, 1826, died June 26, 1890.
Henry Thomas Titus, died October 20, 1861, aged four years.
Peter S. Titus, Jr., died October 11, 1856, aged 11 years.
Northwest Arkansas Times. Tuesday, April 6, 1948. p. 3.
Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Mary Belle Titus of Ashdown to Earl N. Barker, son of Mrs. D. E. Barker of Fayetteville. The wedding took place at 10 a.m. March 20 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Joyce, uncle and aunt of the bride, in Ashdown. Elder Gaddy Barker of Little Rock, brother of the bridegroom, officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Durham were attendants.
After a wedding trip to Northwest Arkansas, Mr. and Mrs. Barker will be at home at 612 East 22nd Street in Texarkana, where they are employed. Mr. Barker attended school in Springdale and served in the Navy eight years.
Newport Daily News. Tuesday, Dec. 17, 1968. p. 2.
Mrs. Mary Benton Titus, widow of Dr. Raymond S. Titus, Boston obstetrician and former Newporter, died Dec. 6 in Exeter, N.H. Her husband was a Newport native, son of Augustus C. Titus, who founded the A. C. Titus Furniture Co. of 1870, and Mrs. Titus.
She leaves three daughters, Mrs. Mary Swift of Exeter, Mrs. Ruth Godden of Andover, Mass., and Mrs. Martha Rouin of Hammondsport, N.Y., nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
The Portsmouth Herald. Monday, December 9, 1968. p. 3.
EXETER - Mrs. Mary B. Titus, 81, widow of Dr. Raymond S. Titus, died Friday at Exeter Hospital after a brief illness.
Born in North Haverhill, N.H., Aug. 14, 1887, she was the daughter of the late Charles and Martha (Benton) Fisher. Dr. and Mrs. Titus had made their home in Jamaica and Mrs. Titus had been a guest at the Exeter Inn for many years.
Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Mary Swift of Exeter, Mrs. Ruth C. Godden of North Andover Mass. and Mrs. Martha D. Rouin of Hammondsport, N.Y.; nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
The Titusville Herald. Saturday, May 5, 1962. p. 5.
The funeral service for Mrs. Mary Titus, 89, of Spartansburg, who died yesterday morning will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the H. Richard Hays Funeral Home in Spartansburg. Rev. H. Thomas Lindsay, pastor of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church of Spartansburg will officiate. Interment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery in Spartansburg.
Mrs. Titus was born April 20, 1873 in Sparta Township, the daughter of John and Minerva Clay Chelton. Her husband, Charles Titus, died in 1943.
She was a charter member of the Lady Morton Rebekah Lodge of Spartansburg.
She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Ila Green of Union City and eight grandchildren.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.
The North Adams Transcript. Saturday Afternoon, January 4, 1964. p. 3.
Mrs. Mary Christina (Cahill) Titus, 55, of Putney, Vt., a 1933 graduate of the North Adams State Teachers College, died Thursday in Brattleboro Memorial Hospital after a brief illness.
The wife of Laurence S. Titus, she was principal of the Canal Street School in Brattleboro, Vt., at the time of her death. She had been a teacher for 25 years and had joined the Brattleboro school system in 1956 as a principal.
Born in Holyoke Feb. 2, 1908, Mrs Titus attended Ascension Academy, Worcester and St. Jerome's High School, Holyoke, before graduating from Castleton Teachers College in 1932 and receiving her BS degree in education here later. She was awarded a master's degree from the Fitchburg State Teachers College in 1952.
Besides her husband, she is survived by one son, Laurence C. Titus of Meredith, N.H. and two sisters, Mrs. Kathleen Dextraze of Lenox and Mrs. Lillian Weckman of Pittsfield.
Funeral services will be held in Our Lady of Mercy Chapel, Putney, Monday morning at 11. Burtial will be in St. Michael's Cemetery. Calling hours at the Ker Funeral Home, Putney, will be tomorrow night from 7 to 9.
The Charleston Gazette. Thurs., July , 1959. p. 7.
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Chandler Titus.
Service will be at 2 p.m. Friday in Tampa, Fla., for Mrs. Titus, 77, of Tampa, formerly of Charleston, who died of injuries received Tuesday in an auto accident there. Burial will be in St. Petersburg, Fla. Mrs. Titus moved to Tampa about 15 years ago. Surviving are two sons, Everett Rywant of Chicago and James E. Light of St. Petersburg, and several grandchildren. The body is at Walters-Howard mortuary in Tampa.
Charleston Daily Mail. Fri., Sept. 6, 1974. p. 2C.
HUNTINGTON - Miss Mary E. Titus, 77, widely known educator, died Wednesday night in Cabell-Huntington Hospital here.
Surviving: sister, Mrs. Mildred T. Gracie of Huntington.
Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery, Huntington.
The Frederick Post. Wednesday, December 14, 1994. p. A-5.
Mrs. Mary Frances Titus, 68, of 5101 Doubs Road, Adamstown, died Tuesday, Dec. 13, at home. She was the wife of the late James William Titus Sr. who died in May 1990.
Born May 13, 1926, in Buckeystown, Mrs. Titus was the daughter of Pearl A. O'Hara Hoffman of Doubs and the late Lawrence Olivery Hoffman.
Mrs Titus retired in 1977 from American Optical Co. after 25 years of service. She was a member of St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Doubs.
Surviving are one son, James W. Titus Jr. and his wife, Rebecca, of Frederick; three daughters, Sharon A. Getzandanner and her husband, Edward, of Doubs; Virginia Houch and her husband, Robert, of Knoxville; and Patricia Baugher and her husband, Henry, of Buckeystown; six grandchildren, Larry Houck, stationed at Fort Hood, Texas; Thomas Baugher and his wife, Rebecca, of Buckeystown; Charyl Shankle and her husband, George, of Jefferson; Heather Getzendanner of Doubs, James Houck of Knoxville and Joy Titus of Dickerson; and three great-grandchildren, Brittany Ann Shankle, Allison Nicole Shankle and Randall Eugene Baugher.
Mrs. Titus was preceded in death by a daughter, Vicky Sue Titus, in November, 1961.
Friends may call from 1 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 15, at the Keeney and Basford Funeral Home, 106 E. Church St., Frederick. The family will receive friends there from 6 to 9 that evening.
Funeral services will begin at 10 a.m. Friday, Dec. 16, in Etchison Memorial Chapel of the funeral home, with the Rev. Charles W. Rampp, pastor, and the Rev. Marie Warfield, assistant pastor of St. Mark's Lutheran Church, officiating. Interment will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick.
The Port Arthur News. Sunday, March 29, 1936. p. 1.
BEAUMONT, March, 26. - Agreed judgments totaling approximately $15,000 were entered in district court today in favor of Mrs. Mary Frances Titus and her four children in a damage suit growing out of the death in an automobile collision on the Old Spanish Trail in Orange county, July 4, 1935.
The suit was against L. S. Montgomery of Shreveport, La., whose car crashed into the Titus family's car, and asked $78,800. King de Rienstra of Beaumont represented the plaintiffs, who besides Mrs. Titus were Frances, John, Jeanette and F. J. Titus.
The Valley Sentinel. Wednesday, January 3, 1917. p. 2.
Sleep everlasting came to Mrs. Mary Jane Titus at 7:20 Friday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ora Kline, 1065 Mill street. Mrs. Titus took her bed on October 15 and never rallied. She was suffering from a nervous breakdown. Her husband John C. Titus died three years ago.
Mrs. Titus was before marriage Miss Mary Jane Walden, daughter of Richard and Margaret Walden. She was born on Little Scioto, this county, March 5, 1844. She was married in this city to John C. Titus.
The deceased leaves six children to mourn her death. They are Mrs. Ora Kline of Mill street, Mrs. Samuel Timberlake, of Sunshine, Ky., Pear, of Firebrick, O., Alva of Birmingham, Ala., Leroy of Star Yards and Walter, who is in the west. She also leaves one sister, Mrs. Eva Monroe of Alicia, Ark., and one brother, Charles Walden, of Sciotoville.
Mrs Titus was a member of the Scioto Furnace Baptist Church for a number of years, She was a kind and loving mother and ever willing to help her neighbour.
The funeral will be held Monday morning about twelve o'clock at the Vernon Baptist church with Rev. Green Willis in charge. The funeral party will leave the home on Front street early Monday morning. Interment will be made in Vernon cemetery.
The Mason City Weekly Globe Gazette. December 21, 1916.
Mrs. Mary Jane Titus died at the home of her son, W. N. Titus, Tuesday of last week, and the funeral was held Friday, which would have been her ninety-second birthday. Mrs. Titus had been an invalid for a number of years, and was tenderly cared for by her children, but death came as a relief. She was a member of the U. B. church at the time of her death and the funeral service was held from that church, Rev. E. L. Shaffer, pastor of the church, preaching the funeral sermon. Burial was at Oak Hill cemetery by the side of her husband, who died many years ago. She leaves to mourn five sons and one daughter, two of the sons living in this vicinity, W. N. and Hiram Titus. A son, John, of Alexander, Minn., was here to attend the funeral.
Pharos-Tribune. Wednesday Evening, August 10, 1966. p. 22.
DELPHI - Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Ann Ringer, 79, who spent most of her life in Delphi and Camden, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Jackson Funeral Home.
Burial will be in the Camden Cemetery.
Mrs. Ringer died at 9 a.m. Tuesday in Lebanon at the home of a son.
Born Sept. 5, 1886, in Roann, she was the daughter of William and Hanna Miller Zook. Her first marriage was to Ralph Titus, who died in 1918. Her second husband, David Ringer, died in 1963.
Mrs. Ringer had resided with a son, Charles Titus, in Lebanon since last October. She was a member of Jehovah's Witnesses.
Surviving are three sons, Charles and E. L. Titus, both of Lebanon, and Bill Titus, Frankfort; a brother, John Zook, Delphi; three stepdaughters, Mrs. Mary Gibbs, Logansport, Mrs. Bertha Foullick, LaPorte, and Mrs. Clarence Davidson, Lafayette; 15 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
Friends may call at the funeral home.
The New York Times. Saturday, December 4, 1909.
Suddenly, on Sixth day (Friday) the Third inst., Mary T., wife of George P. Titus, in the 72nd year of her age. Funeral from her late residence, East Williston, L. I. on Third Day, (Tuesday), the Seventh inst., at 2 o'clock. Carriages will be waiting at East Williston Station on arrival of train leaving East Thirty-fourth St., New York, at 12:30.
The Titusville Herald. Monday, January 15, 1906. p. 2.
Mrs. Mary Titus died Saturday morning at her home, No. 79 Mount Vernon street, after a long illness. Deceased formerly resided at Marietta, O., and had lived in Titusville the past three years. She leaves one daughter, Miss Mildred Titus, also a sister, Mrs. William N. Armfield of this city.
The remains will be taken on the 7:10 train this morning to Chicorn, Butler county, where services will be held in the M. E. church. The interment will be made in the cemetery at Chicorn, where the body of the husband of the deceased lies buried.
The Bridgeport Post. Wednesday, January 29, 1964. p. 45.
Services for Mrs. Mary Titus Niper, 44, wife of James L. Niper, Sr., 1508 Fairfield avenue, who died yesterday in St. Vincent's hospital, will take place Friday at 1:15 p.m. in the Albert W. Spear funeral home, 1222 Fairfield avenue, and at 2 o'clock in the First Assembly of God church. The Rev. John Reinhardt, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Lakeview cemetery.
Born in Duryea, Pa., Mrs. Niper resided in Bridgeport many years. She was an assembler for Aerosol Techniques, Inc.
Survivors, in addition to her husband, are five sons, Luther J., James L., Jr., Robert E., Richard E., and Allen E. Niper, all of Bridgeport; three daughters, Mrs. Lola J. Wakeley, Miss Betty Lou and Miss Diana Lee Niper, and her mother, Mrs. Amelia Titus, of Bridgeport; two brothers, Paul, of Buffalo, N.Y., and Luther Titus, Jr., of Bridgeport; two sisters, Mrs. Edna Corso, of Bridgeport, and Mrs. Alice Dawes, of Devon.
The New York Times. Friday, January 12, 1900. p. 7.
Mrs. Mary W. Titus, widow of Robert Titus, a well-known resident of East Williston, L. I., died yesterday in her ninety-third year. She was one of the best known members of the Society of Friends at Old Westbury, and was a descendant of one of the oldest families on Long Island. She is survived by a son, George P. Titus, President of the Queens-Nassau Agricultural Society, and by a daughter, Mrs. James R. Willets of Manhasset.
The Arizona Republic. Friday, August 28, 1959. p. 9.
TUCSON (Special) - The charred human bones found in the Tucson Mountains have been identified as those of a former Arizonan who did nor want to be buried in California.
Sam Titus, of Tucson, told Pima County Sheriff Waldon Burr the cremated remains were those of his mother, Mrs. Mattie Titus, 75, long-time Arizona resident and member of a large Tucson family.
Mrs. Titus died recently of pneumonia in Martinez, Calif., said Titus, and left a letter asking that she not be buried in California.
Sheriff Burr said Titus received permission from authorities to bring the remains across the state line.
Two woman bikers found the bones and ashes Sunday near Gates Pass, 8 miles west of Tucson. Titus said he and his wife had placed the remains there recently.
The Nashua Reporter. March 8, 1906. p. 9.
This is a picture of Miss Maude A. Titus, aged 16, of Newark, N. J., the youngest heroine in America to receive the Carnegie award and who has just been rewarded a second time for the same act of bravery.
The act of heroism which brought these recognitions to Miss Titus was this: On July 30, 1904, she was boating with several friends on Casco bay, near Yarmouth, Me. A storm arose and the yawl they occupied was upset, half a mile from shore. Miss Titus could swim, but her companion, Miss Laura V. Reifsnyder, sank like a stone. Miss Titus dived, brought the struggling form to the surface and succeeded in keeping both of them above the water for a quarter of an hour until help came from the shore.
Two weeks after the medal was awarded Miss Titus last fall, he father, Dr. William Titus, died, leaving a small fortune to his family of eight.
Miss Reifsnyder, the young lady rescued, wrote the commission, stating that Miss Titus was anxious to obtain an education, but would be unable to do so on account of lack of funds.
The commission decided to grant her $2,500. Five hundred dollars of this is to be paid upon her entrance to a school, $500 annually in advance for three years, and $500 at her graduation. This is the largest cash award yet made, the largest previously being $1,000.
The Chillicothe Constitution. Wednesday, January 16, 1963. p. 1.
Mis Maude Edna Titus, 86, died at 4 o'clock this morning at the Chillicothe hospital. She had been in failing health several years and critically ill and a patient at the hospital the last three weeks.
She was a member of the Methodist church and the order of Eastern Star. She was active in the American Red Cross during World War I.
Miss Titus, a daughter of Edward and Rachael (Speilman) Titus, was born on Aug. 28, 1876, near Lucerne, in Putnam County.
She attended school at Harris and was a graduate of a business college in Oklahoma City. She resided in Putnam County until she was 17; in New York for several years and in Sullivan County prior to her residency in Oklahoma City, where she was employed. She later returned to Harris and was head bookkeeper in the Harris Banking Co. for many years.
Miss Titus came to Chillicothe in 1951 to make her home with the late Mrs. Blanch Fish, 118 Clay street.
She is survived by three neices, Mrs. Mariam Dennison, Fulton; Mrs. Paul Dennison, North Kansas City and Mrs. Mann Hoover, Trenton. She also leaves a great-nephew, Mike Dennison, St. Louis County.
Her parents, two brothers and three sisters preceded her in death.
Memorial services for Miss Titus will be held a 1 o'clock Friday afternoon at the chapel of the Norman Funeral Home. The Rev. Perry P. Taylor, assisted by Dr. Carl Bergsten, will conduct the services.
Burial will be in the family lot at the Harris cemetery.
The Billings Gazette. Tuesday, August 21, 1962. p. 5.
HARLOWTON - Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Trinity Lutheran Church for Mrs. Maude Hamilton Titus, 91, of Harlowton.
Mrs. Titus died Sunday in Wheatland Memorial Hospital.
The Rev. Christopher Pratt, pastor of Harlowton and Big Timber Episcopal churches, will officiate. Perkins Funeral Home will direct burial in the Harlowton Cemetery.
Mrs. Titus was born in Lebanon County, Ind., Dec. 26, 1870. Her family moved to Kansas when she was a small child. She began teaching at 15, and later was graduated from Kansas State Teachers College. For several years she headed the Latin department of that College.
She received a doctorate from the University of Wisconsin. For 11 years she was dean of women at Carroll College in Waukesha, Wis. Mrs. Titus has lived in Harlowton since 1952.
Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Ed Settle and Bertha Hamilton of Harlowton, two nephews, two nieces and a number of grandnephews and grandnieces.
Kokomo Tribune. Thursday, Aug. 17, 1967. p. 2.
Funeral services for Mrs. Maude May Titus, 78, 4005 14W will be conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Zion EUB Church with the Rev, Dwight McClure officiating. Burial will be in the Zion Cemetery.
Friends may call at the Ellers Funeral Chapel after 2 p.m. Friday and at the church for one hour preceding the services.
Mrs. Titus died in the Windsor Estates at 5 p.m. Wednesday following an extended illness.
Born in Howard Township, Howard County, Oct. 14, 1888, she was the daughter of David and Melissa (Tyler) Harrell. Except for a few years when the family moved to Oregan, she had lived in this vicinity all her life.
She was a member of the Zion EUB Church.
In 1904 she was married to George Titus, who survives with a daughter, Mrs. Albert (Edith) Hendrix, Logansport, R.R. 4; a son, Herschel Titus, 400S 13W; 10 grandchildren including Mrs. Donald (Dorothy) Pearcy, Miami, and Mrs. Kay (Nada) Cunningham, Kokomo R.R. 6, who were raised in her home; 27 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.
Other survivors are a sister, Mrs. Nellie Hiatt, Greentown, and a brother, Russell Harrell, Windfall, and several neices and nephews. A son, two brothers, and four sisters are deceased.
Long Beach Press-Telegram. Thursday, August 7, 1947. p. B-9.
Max Lyle Titus, 27, GM-1-c, U.S. Navy, of 2232 W. Williams St. died July 10 in the Honolulu T. H., Naval Hospital. He was born in Jackson, Mich., and was a veteran of World War II. He had resided in Long Beach since 1940. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Wilma Alfreda Titus, and a daughter, Judy Naomi Titus; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Titus, and a brother, Lauren Titus, of Eaton Rapids, Mich. Chaplain William S. Peck Jr., U.S.N., of the Naval Relief Society will officiate in services at 2 p.m. Saturday in the chapel of Mottel's Mortuary. Interment will be in Sunnyside Memorial Park.
The Semi-Weekly Democrat. Tuesday, December 11, 1894.
Maxwell Titus died at Titusville Thursday, aged about 80 years. He was a son of Jonathan Titus, after whom the city was named. At one time Jonathan Titus and Samuel Kerr owned nearly all the land on which Titusville is now built, possessing 1,700 acres.
Kokomo Tribune. Monday, July 1, 2002. p. A2.
May Belle Titus, 68, Galveston, died at 10:50 p.m. Friday, June 28, 2002, at St. Joseph Hospital & Health Center. She was born March 15, 1934 in Reynolds, Ind., the daughter of Richard Haven and Macy May (Piatt) Rinehart. On Sept. 29, 1951, in Logansport, she married Kenneth E. Titus, Sr., who survives.
She attended Monon High School and was a homemaker. She enjoyed playing cards, bingo and sewing.
Survivors, in addition to her husband, are five daughters, Vicky Key and husband Michael, Galveston; Jody Bedilion and husband Warren Widner, Logansport; Julie De Ford, Galveston; Kimala Willis and husband David, Galveston; Suzanne Kessler and husband Ryan, Galveston; a son, Kenneth E. Titus Jr. and wife Valeska, Kokomo; two brothers, Robert Rinehart, California, and Richard Rinehart, Walton; two sisters, Mary Bea Thompson, Arizona, and Jo Iva Blye, Lafayette; 16 grandchildren, Jason Key and wife Teresa, Jamie Key and wife Keri, Jessica Good and husband Matthew, Jeremy Titus, Lindsay Titus, Justin Bedilion, Joshua Bedilion, Jarrod Bedilion and wife Lisa, Derek Conn, Eric De Ford, Dustin Black, Heather Willis, Aaron Brown, Austin Brown, Abby Brown, and Madison Kessler, and 10 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, one brother and four sisters.
Services are 11 a.m. Tuesday at Murray Funeral Home, US 35 South, Galveston, with Pastor Warren Purcell officiating. Burial will be in Galveston Cemetery. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
Aiken County News. Saturday, January 31, 1998. p. 5A.
Frank Wesley Corley died Friday, Jan. 30, 1998, at his residence.
Mr. Corley, 87, resided at 1456 Dibble Road, Aiken.
Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday in St. John's United Methodist Church. The Rev. Dr. Geoge Duffie and the Revs. Kenneth L. Nelson and Eugene Mulliken will officiate. Burial will be in the Bethany Cemetery.
A native of McCormick, Mr. Corley was a son of the late Jesie Robert and Emma Brown Corley. He was the retired owner and manager of the Coward-Corley Seed Compny. He was also an Army veteran of World War II.
Mr. Corley was a past president of the South Carolina Seedmen's Association. He was a member of the Aiken Lions Club, the Rotary Club, and the Business Men's Club.
He was a member of St. John's United Methodist Church, where he was a past treasurer, a past chairman of the board of trustees, a Sunday school teacher, and a member of the James Cannon Bible Class.
Surviving are his widow, Sue Flowers Corley; a daughter, Susan Corley Keenan, Decatur, Ga.; a brother, Robert A. Corley, Columbia; a sister, Melba Corley Titus, Raleigh, N.C.; and two grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to the St. John's United Methodist Church, 104 Newberry St. NW, Aiken 29801.
The family will receive friends at the church following the service.
Shellhouse Funeral Home, Aiken, is in charge of arrangements.
Thursday, April 22, 1964. p. 32.
Services for Melvin E. Titus, 36, who died Tuesday in St. Rose Hospital, Hayward, will be held in Hayward tomorrow.
A native of Kansas and resident of Hayward for 20 years, Mr. Titus was employed by Ziegler Steel Co., Oakland, as a superintendent. His home was at 1010 Folsom Ave., Hayward.
He was the husband of Mrs. Mary Lee Titus and father of Melvin Arthur, Rita Lee and Tamela Odell Titus, all of Hayward; brother of Mrs. Norma Sowell, Hayward; William Titus, San Lorenzo; Mrs. Edna May Herment, DeWayne, Aaron and James Titus, all of Fremont, and Aquila Titus, Hayward. He was the son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. George Hetrick, Hayward.
The Rev. W. H. Cheney of La Vista Baptist Church will officiate at the 1:30 p.m. services from Pratt-Flierl Mortuary, 1044 C St., Hayward. Burial will be in Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno.
Idaho State Journal. Sunday, February 19, 1974. p. 2
Michael T. Lish, 19, died at his home, 552 Cottage, early Friday morning.
He was born Dec. 10, 1954 in Pocatello to Terrell L. and Grace Titus Lish.
He attended Pocatello High School, was active in athletics in junior high school and played Little League baseball.
He had an apprentice permit as a sheet metal worker, and was employed in construction work with Atlas Sheet Metal Co.
Michael enjoyed fishing and hunting.
He is survived by his parents and two brothers, T. J. Lish and Stephen L. Lish, all of Pocatello.
Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. at the Henderson Funeral Chapel, with the Rev. J. Russell Bouston of the Central Christian Church officiating.
Burial will be in Restlawn Memorial Gardens.
Friends may call at Henderson Funeral Home, 431 North 15th, until time of the services.
The Bismarck Tribune. Wednesday, August 31, 1938. p. 5.
G. E. Juell, Spokane, Wash., former Bismarck resident, died Sunday at 1:30 a.m. at his home in Spokane as a result of a heart attack. He was 61 years old. Word of his death was received here by Mrs. Lizzie M. Titus, 212 Thayer avenue, west, pioneer resident of Bismarck, and mother of Mrs. Juell.
Mr. Juell was employed as printer by the Bismarck Tribune for a number of years and by other Bismarck printing firms. He had been a resident of Spokane since 1919 and was employed as a printer also. He belonged to the Printer's Union.
His marriage to Mina A. Titus was solemnized Apr. 16, 1907. To that union three children were born. They are, Mrs Lillyan A. Davis and Leonard Lloyd Juell, both of Arcata, Calif., and Mrs. Alta Nelson, Canby, Ore. There are three grandchildren.
Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in Spokane with the pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church officiating. Mr. Juell had been a member of the church there for several years.
A brother-in-law, Lloyd E. Titus, Portland, Ore., will go to Spokane for the services.
Joplin Globe. Thursday, July 17, 1958. p. 2B.
MONETT, Mo. - Mrs. Minnie Ellen Titus, 84 years old, died at 7:40 o'clock Tuesday morning in a Monett rest home.
Mrs. Titus had lived in Monett since 1933. She was born December 23, 1873, in Schuyler county, Illinois. She was a member of the First Presbyterian church.
Surviving are her husband, Charles W. Titus, to whom she was married in 1896; three daughters, Mrs. Treva G. Lea and Mrs. Gilbert M. Williams of Monett and Mrs. L. Gene Davidson of Alhambra, Calif.; two sons, E. L. Titus of Oklahoma City, Okla., and W. J. Titus of Topeka, Kan.; six grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be announced by the Mercer funeral home.
Lowell Sunday Sun. April 30, 1961. p. 3.
Minnie E. (Bailey) Titus of 12 Silver street, died unexpectedly Saturday, at her home, aged 92 years. She was the widow of Adelbert E. Titus. Mrs. Titus was born in West Gardner, Maine, the daughter of the late Charles and Helen (Moore) Bailey and had made her home in Portland, Maine, before establishing her residence in Lowell two years ago. She leaves a son, Alton E. Titus, with whom she made her home; two sisters, Mrs. Lulu Hammond, of Winthrop, Maine, and Mrs. Maude Magoon, of Brockton; a brother, Frank Bailey, of St. Petersburg, Florida; two granddaughters and three great grandchildren. Mrs. Titus was a member of French church of Portland, Maine and had, in the past, been active in various church organizations. She also held membership in the Winthrop, Maine Grange.
Journal. Thursday, August 20, 1970. p. 20.
Miriam B. Titus, died Aug. 9. Ida M. Herwig appointed esecutor without bond after G. Raymond Titus and Ann Canon Bliven declined to serve. Husband, G. Raymond Titus, named sole heir.
San Antonio Express. Thursday Morning, June 30, 1921. p. 4.
The county clerk's office at the court house will be closed this afternoon on account of the death of Mrs. Mollie Titus, wife of W. C. Titus, chief deputy county clerk. Mrs. Titus died at 7:30 o'clock yesterday morning at the residence, 915 Carson Street. The funeral services will be held at 4 o'clock at the Masonic Temple, corner Losoya and Crockett Streets. Interment will be in the National Cemetery.
Kokomo Tribune. Monday, Dec. 13, 1954. p. 13.
Mr. and Mrs. George Titus, Kokomo R. R. 6, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, Dec. 19. They will keep open house from 2 to 4 p.m. that day at Zion EUB Church, where they have been members 35 years. Friends and relatives are invited to call.
George Titus and Miss Maude Harrell were Dec. 22, 1904 at the home of the pastor of the Evangelical Church in Kokomo. They have lived in Howard County nearly all their lives, Mr. Titus engaging in farming.
His parents were William and Laura Titus and his wife was the eldest daughter of David and Melissa Harrell.
Mr. and Mrs. Titus have had three children, Mrs. Edith Hendrix, Logansport R. R. 4, Herschel Titus, Kokomo R. R. 6 and Loren Donald who is deceased. There are 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Beatrice Daily Sun. Fri., Feb. 18, 1949.
Harold A. Titus was born July 12, 1901, at Troy, Kans., and passed away Jan. 27, 1949, in Springfield, Ore., where he and his family had made their home for the past twelve years.
He was married June 14, 1922 to Berniece Lehigh of Beatrice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lehigh. Besides his wife, he leaves a daughter, Mrs. James Partdige of Springfield, and a son, Hal, also of Springfield. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Titus, reside in Beatrice.
Funeral services were held at Eugene, Ore., Jan. 31, 1949, with Rev. Griffith, pastor of the First Methodist church officiating. Burial was in Rest Haven Memorial cemetery at Eugene.
Beatrice Daily Sun. Wednesday, July 11, 1928. p. 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Titus of 321 West Court street are the proud parents of a daughter weighing 9 ½ pounds, born at a local hospital. Mrs. Titus will be better remembered by her friends as Bernice Lehigh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lehigh of West Beatrice.
The Gazette. Friday, July 23, 1971. p. 6.
COTTONWOOD FALLS - Mrs. A. E. Titus, a resident of Cottonwood Falls since 1913, died Thursday in St. Francis Hospital in Wichita.
Funeral services will be at 2:30 p. m. Sunday in the United Presbyterian Church. They will be conducted by the Rev. Thomas Robson, pastor of the church. Burial will be in Prairie Grove Cemetery. The Croy Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Titus was the former Jessie Lee, daughter of Phineas and Flora Moore Lee. She was born Aug. 24th, 1888, in Winfield, and she was married on Oct. 26th, 1912, in Topeka. Mrs Titus was a member of the United Presbyterian Church and she was a member, and Past Worthy Matron, of Falls Chapter 25, Order of the Eastern Star. She was preceded in death by one son, Albert, and one daughter, Betty Lou, and she is survived by her husband, of the home, one daughter, Mrs. Elmore (Doris) Stout, Cottonwood Falls; one brother, DeWitt Lee, Buena Vista, Colo.; two grandchildren, Stanley Stout, Leawood and Mrs. Wayne Dailey, Matfield Green, and two great-grandchildren.
Salina Journal. Mon., Oct. 2, 1967. p. 8.
MRS ROBERT TITUS
Mrs. Anna Titus, 78, 113 ½ S. 5th, died Sunday at the Kenwood View nursing home.
Mrs. Titus was born July 16, 1889. in Coffey county. She had been a resident of Salina since 1936.
Survivors include a son, George Daugherty, Tulsa, Okla.; two daughters, Genevieve Daugherty, Dewey, Okla., and Mrs. Walter Kroll, Shenandoah, Iowa; three grandchildren, a great-grandchild and a great-great-grandchild.
The funeral will be at 10 am Wednesday at the Guy R. Ryan Sons mortuary, the Rev. Norman Ullestad officiating.
Burial will be in Crown Point cemetery, near Culver. Friends may call at the mortuary.
Wisconsin State Journal. Saturday, July 25, 1945. p. 2.
ALBANY - Mrs. Anna Titus, 78, died at her home in Albany Thursday night after a long illness. A native of Green county, she had lived in Monroe until eight years ago when she moved to Albany.
Survivors are a son, Ralph, Darlington; two daughters, Mrs. Alva Gunderson, Madison, and Florence, Albany; three grandchildren, and three sisters, Mrs Lena Zeitlow, DeWitt, Neb.; Mrs. Libbie Wichett, Harvard, Neb., and Mrs. Clara Roeder, Hastings, Neb.
Mrs. Titus, the former Anna Schwerin, was born in Jefferson township, Green county, and was married to Miles Titus of N. Lima, O., at Juda.
Funeral rites will be at the Sturssy funeral home, Monroe, and burial will be at Monroe.
The Morgantown Post. Monday Afternoon, Nov. 27, 1961. p. 3.
Mrs. Levi (Augusta) Titus, 61, of Bobtown, Pa., died Saturday at University Hospital after a long illness.
Surviving are her husband, Levi Titus; four sons, Gustave, Edward and Delbert of Cleveland, Ohio, and Donnis of Los Angeles, Calif.; one daughter, Mrs. John (Pillie) Wagner of Garards Fort, Pa.; three sisters, Mrs. Harry (Hazel) Williams of Carmichaels, Pa., Mrs. Richard (Dorothy) Rehanak of Masontown, Pa., and Mrs. Holbert (Bea) Arrison of Mt. Morris; one brother, L. B. Cowell of Ronco, Pa., and seven grandchildren.
Services were to be held at 2 p.m. today at the Lucas Funeral Home in Carmichaels with interment in the Greene County Memorial Hospital (sic).
Union-Bulletin. Tuesday, September 24, 1946. p. 10.
Mrs. Bob Titus (Shirlee L. Miller) and son, Stanley have come from Connecticut, and are at the home of her parents, Sheriff and Mrs. A. B. Miller. Titus will soon have a month's leave from his work, and will join his family here. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Titus of Snake River.
Iowa State Reporter. Tuesday, February 18, 1902. p. 7.
Mrs. Caroline Titus, wife of T. C. Titus, died at the old home two and one-half miles northeast of the city at 9:30 o'clock last evening of Bright's disease. Six months ago she submitted to an operation for tumor from which she rallied only to be attacked by the malady which ended her life. She has resided on the farm where she died for the last thirty-eight years. The funeral service will be held Monday forenoon at 10 o'clock with burial in Lester township. Rev. Mr. Earl of the First Baptist church, Waterloo, will officiate at the house and Rev. Mr. McElroy of Dunkerton at the grave.
She was born in Massachusetts in 1846 and came to Lester township, Blackhawk county, Iowa when 10 years old. In 1864 she was married to Mr. Titus, Nearly thirty years ago she was converted and joined the First Baptist church of this city of which she was a faithful member until her decease. She leaves her husband, T. C. Titus; her son, Fred Titus of Appleton, Minn.; two daughters, Mrs. Ida Brown of Cedar Falls and Mrs. Elsie Campbell of Dunkerton; a brother, Prof. George Newton of the state normal school, and a sister, Mrs. Emma Pratt, Nebraska. Also an adopted boy, Walter, 11 years old.
The Hutchinson News. Wednesday, June 21, 1967. p. 3.
MARQUETTE - Bessie May Titus, 77, died Tuesday at a St. Francis rest home where she had lived the past five years.
She was born April 29, 1884 in Iowa. She married Chester Titus on March 30, 1904, and spent most of her life in the Marquette Community.
She is survived by the widower, of the home; a son, D. L., Virgil; four brothers, John Emler, Emporia; Charles, Portland, Ore,; Roy, Omaha; William, Hot Springs, S. D.; two sisters, Sadie Blaylock, Kansas City, Kansas; Ethel Miesner, Edwardsville; several grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
Funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday at the Williamson Funeral Home, Little River. Burial will be in the Forest Home Cemetery, Little River.
The Paris News. Tuesday, July 22, 1958. p. 2.
AVERY - Funeral of Mrs. Cloyce Titus, 18, of Dallas, the former Miss Wanda LaVoyce Markham of DeKalb, was held Sunday at the DeKalb Church of Christ, Nathan Jackson and John Davis officiating. Burial was made in the Woodmen Cemetery.
Granddaughter of Charlie Markham of Avery, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Markham of DeKalb, who survive besides her husband, a sister, Charles Anna Markham of DeKalb.
Mrs. Titus died in a Texarkana hospital after a long illness.
The Daily Telegram. Tuesday, July 1, 1969. p. 21.
LEIGH - Funeral services for Mrs. Elsie Titus, 60, of Stanton were held at the First Methodist Church in Stanton today at 2 p.m.
Mrs Titus died at her home Saturday afternoon. She had been ailing for several years.
She is survived by her husband, Ralph, two daughters, Delia Rose (Mrs. Sam MaChlegan), Fremont; and Janell (Mrs. Joe Lindahl), Greeley, Colo., and two sisters, Mrs. Nina Besk of Madison and Mrs. Pearl Mortimer of Leigh.
The Bisnarck Tribune. Wednesday, May 4, 1927. p. 2.
Mrs. Frank Titus, 80, mother of Frank Titus of this city, died Tuesday afternoon at her home in Cambridge Springs, (Crawford Co.) Pa., according to word received here. Death was due to the complications of old age.
Funeral services will probably be held Friday from the Methodist church at Cambridge Springs and burial will be in the cemetery at Spartansburg, Pa. Mrs. Titus is survived by two daughters of Cambridge Springs, one daughter who lives in Florida, two sons in Cambridge Springs and one son Frank Titus of Bismarck.
The Daily Messenger. Monday, November 8, 1954. p. 3.
SHORTSVILLE - Mrs. Bertha Darling Titus, 81, of 10 Grove St., died suddenly at her home Sunday (Nov. 7, 1954).
Mrs. Titus was well-known during her 58 years as a resident here. She was born in Littleville and taught school there in 1895. The following year she married Fred A. Titus who was an implement manufacturer.
She was a member of Garoga Chapter 561, OES, of Clifton Springs, Shortsville Presbyterian Church and was a past president of the Ladies Aid Society.
She is survived by her husband, one daughter, Mrs. Helen Newman of Shortsville; a foster daughter, Mrs. Arthur Brown, Rochester; a sister, Mrs. Louis J. Riggs of Elmira; four grandchildren, Mrs. Everett Dunham of Framingham, Mass., James D. Newman of Shortsville, Allyn Newman of Gainesville, Fla., and Mrs. Thomas Flewelling of Shortsville.
Eastern Star services will be held Tuesday at 7 p.m. and funeral services will be conducted from the residence at 2 p.m. Wednesday. The Rev. Richard Haynes, Presbyterian minister will officiate. Burial will be in Brookside Cemetery.
Friends may call at the residence this evening and Tuesday.
The Bridgeport Post. Tuesday, May 18, 1971. p. 36.
DARIEN - Mrs. Catherine McAvoy Titus, 52, wife of Griffith Titus, Sr., of 7 Greenwood avenue, died Saturday in her home.
Services will take place tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. in the Franklin Hoyt funeral home, 199 Main street, New Caanan, and at 9 o'clock in St. Cecelia church, Springdale. Burial will be in St. John's cemetery, Springdale.
Born in Benedicta, Me., Mrs. Titus was employed as a technician with Machletts Laboratories in Springdale.
Survivors, in addition to her husband, are a son, Griffith Titus, Jr., of Darien; a daughter, Miss Mary Lou Titus of Darien; four brothers, Raphael McAvoy of Kittery, Me., Henry McAvoy of Bath, Me., and Steven and Philip McAvoy, both of Sherman, Me.; two sisters, Mrs. Ora McNally of Sherman, Me., and Mrs. Joseph Braswell of Virginia.
The Salina Journal. Sunday, July 20, 1958. p. 24.
LUCAS - The funeral for Mrs. Antonia Titus, 81, will be at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Baptist Church, Lucas, the Rev. H. J. Maples officiating. Burial will be in the Lucas Cemetery. Rodrick Minear Funeral Home is in charge.
Mrs. Titus died Friday at her home after a long illness. Her husband, John, died in 1949. Mrs. Titus was born June 2, 1877 in Sylvan Grove.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Ralph Gilbreath, Lucas; one son, John, Kansas City, Mo.; one grandchild and three great grandchildren.
Times Herald. Tuesday, August 11, 1964 p. 7.
LYTTON - Funeral services for Mrs. John (Elsie P.) Titus, 73, Lytton, were held in the Presbyterian Church here at 2 p.m. Aug. 10. The Rev. J. L. Young officiated.
Music was provided by Mrs. Gerald Jackson and Mrs. William Townsend, accompanied by Mrs. Clyde Strain. Pallbearers were William Meusburger, Vern Drum, Otis Schultz, Cecil Teague, Gail Berkler and Forest Jackson. Interment was in Cedar Cemetery, Sac City, under direction of the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home.
Mrs. Titus died Aug. 7 at Loring Hospital, Sac City. She was born March 21, 1891 in Audubon County.
Adams County Free Press. Jan. 15, 1916.
Marshalltown - Mrs. Katherine Titus, wife of Dr. H. S. Titus of Rhodes, died in a local hospital of peritonitis following an operation for the removal of a supernumerary appendix. Mrs. Titus' case was unusual. When the operation was performed surgeons found a second or false appendix growing from the small intestine. This had ruptured and caused an abcess, from which the peritoneal trouble developed. Mrs. Titus was 63 and is survived by her husband and six grown children.
The Huronite and The Daily Plainsman. Tuesday, November 13, 1956
CLARK - Mrs. Lillie Culp Scott, 82, died at Memorial Hospital, Watertown, Friday, Nov. 2 following a short illness. Funeral services were held in the Methodist Church here Sunday afternoon, Nov. 4, the Rev. Harry C. Ernst officiated.
Mrs. Scott, daughter of John and Emma Culp, was born in Missouri Dec. 24, 1873. She married Charles A. Titus Sept. 7, 1892. After Titus died in 1895 she married Chester Scott at Monrovia, Calif. They moved to Clark in 1928.
Survivors include her granddaughter, Mrs. Cliff Emmons, Pasco, Wash., and her grandson, Stephen Keenan, with the navy at Hawaii, and six great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband and one daughter.
Pallbearers were S. J. Bailey, Willard Graves, John Christianson, Clinton Clark, LeRoy Scott and Leo Potter.
Burial was in Rosehill Cemetery.
Nashua Telegraph. Dec. 9, 1948.
Portsmouth, Dec. 9 - Little Katherine Elizabeth Prendergast was returned to her parents after lengthy litigation regarding her custody reached the State Supreme Court.
At the court's order, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M. Titus paid $1,015 in costs. Titus is a former Navy petty officer and his wife is the child's aunt.
They cared for Catherine Elizabeth since 1941 and were reluctant to give her up. The litigation brought them and Catherine from their home in Houston, Tex.
Charges of abduction against the Titus couple were cancelled.
Titusville Herald. Friday, April 18, 1902.
Mrs. Louis Titus who is well known here, died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Titus, of Tryonville, last Wednesday. Funeral services will be held Saturday at Tryonville. Mrs. Titus was stricken with typhoid fever several months ago which later developed into tuberculosis and was the ultomate cause of her death.
The Charleston Gazette. Sunday, May 11, 1952. p. 8.
Mrs. Mae Titus, 76, of Portland, N. Y., enroute by bus from St. Petersburg, Fla., to Fredonia, N. Y., died of a heart attack early yesterday soon after departing from Greyhound Terminal.
Police said Mrs. Titus had been living at the Vanoy Hotel in St. Petersburg and was enroute to visit relatives in Fredonia. She had not complained of being ill when she transferred to the bus for Pittsburgh, according to Donald Roach of Charleston, driver of the St. Petersburg bus.
When she complained of being ill, Roach stopped the bus at Cunningham's murtuary and she was placed in an ambulance and taken to Charleston General Hospital, where physciains said she was dead.
A brother-in-law, Albert Titus of Portland, N. Y. was informed of the death. The body was sent to Portland last night by Cunningham mortuary.
Fond du Lac Reporter. Thursday, April 10, 1975. p. 30.
Mrs. Merab Titus, 99, a resident of Christian Home at Waupun for the last 12 years, died there Wednesday afternoon.
She was born April 7, 1876, in the town of Waupun, the daughter of Chester and Merab Brooks Fairbanks. She was married to James Titus on April 17, 1895, at Waupun.
The couple lived most of their married life in Oshkosh, and after the death of her husband in 1930, Mrs. Titus moved back to the Waupun area.
She was a member of the Ladoga United Methodist Church, Rising Sun Grange, Waupun Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution, Waupun United Methodist Women, American Legion Auxiliary and Waupun Chapter of Order of Eastern Star.
Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. James Roberts of Park Forest, Ill., Mrs. Phyllis Gilson of Valdosta, Ga., and Mrs. William Bridges of Brooksville, Fla.; a son, Joseph C. of Ridge, Md.; seven grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by two sons, a grandson, two sisters and a brother.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Ladoga United Methodist Church with the Rev. Dale Kelm officiating. Burial will be in Cattaraugus Cemetery at Waupun.
Friends of Mrs. Titus may call from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday at Kohls Co. Funeral Home, Waupun, and at the church from 10 a.m. until the time of services.
Great Bend Tribune. Monday, November 20, 1972. p. 11.
STAFFORD - Mrs. Naomi Titus, 70, died Saturday at St. Francis Hospital, Wichita, after a long illness. Born Sept. 17, 1902 at Penalosa, she was married to Harold Titus, Sept. 23, 1921, at Wichita. She lived here most of her life.
She was a member of the Union Center Methodist Church; Friendly Neighbours EHU; Sunshine Quilting Club; 4-H leader.
Survivors include the widower; sons: Beuford, Wichita; Lee, Stafford; daughter; Mrs. Norma Jean Akright, Wichita; brothers: Everett Moore, Omaha, Neb.; Charles, Bass Lake, Calif.; Emerson, Wichita; Marion, Wichita; sisters; Mrs. Marie Wheeler, Glendale, Ariz.; Mrs. Louise Garland, Ash Grove, Mo.; seven grandchildren.
Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Peacock-Milton Chapel, Stafford, Rev. Fred Pinkerton officiating. Buriel will be in Stafford Cemetery. The family suggests memorials to the American Cancer Society.
The Bismarck Tribune. Saturday, April 6, 1940. p. 1.
CASSELTON, N.D. - Mrs. Richard W. Titus, 73, resident of Casselton since 1928 and previously in Buffalo, N. D. since 1887, died Friday in a Fargo hospital.
Besides Mr. Titus she leaves six daughters, Mrs. Leonard Murphy and Mrs. Oscar Spiss of Casselton, Mrs. Samuel Porter of Reynolds, Neb., Mrs. Thomas Long of Devils Lake and Rose and Elsie Titus of Fargo; three sons, William R. of Grand Rapids, Mich., Floyd H. of Esmond, N.D., and Charles of Buffalo. Services will be Sunday at Casselman.
The Derrick. Friday, December 5, 1975. p. 12.
Mrs. Virginia Titus, 61, of 602 W. Front St., widow of Warren LaVern Titus, died at 5:05 pm Thursday in Oil City Hospital.
She was born December 13, 1913, in Oil City, a daughter of Carl and Flora Gagnon Ross.
Her husband, Warren, died in April 1960.
Mrs. Titus was a member of Grace United Methodist Church.
Surviving are a son, Richard L. Titus of Oil City, a daughter, Marilyn Clark of Seneca RD 1; four step-daughters, Mrs. James (Maxine) Freer of Utica, Mrs Richard (Ike) Morgan of Franklin, Mrs. Marion (Lois) Marvin of Oil City and Mrs. Steven (Beatrice) Lake of Brandon, Fla.; one brother, William Ross of Oil City; a sister, Mrs. Irene Stack of Covina, Calif.; three grandchildren, 16 step-grandchildren and 16 step-great grandchildren.
A stepdaughter, Mrs. Leo Propeski, is deceased.
Friends may call after 7 pm today at the Charles A. Morrison Funeral Home. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 pm today and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm Saturday.
Funeral arrangements will be announced.
Hull Index. Friday, March 18, 1904.
From the Hudsonite, Hudson, S.D., we learn that Mrs. Wm. Titus died at her home in that place on March 3d. Her husband died in January. Mrs Titus was perhaps better known to the old residents of this community as Widow Harwood. She was a Steinberg, being an aunt of Will Steinberg of this place. Her first husband died while fighting for the Union in the Civil war. In 1870 Widow Harwood and her children removed to Sioux and homesteaded the quarter now owned by D. Vander Schaaf. Of her funeral the Hudsonite says: The funeral was attended by nearly everyone in town and the surrounding country, for Mrs. Titus was respected and loved by all. May we all be as fitted and ready to go, at the end of a long and useful life as she was.
The Paris News. Mon., Oct. 4, 1982. p. 2.
CLARKSVILLE - Myrtle Titus Lawson, 88, of Avery, died Sunday, Oct. 3, in Four States Nursing Home in Texarcana.
Services will be held Wednesday, Oct. 6, at 2 p.m. at the Avery Missionary Baptist Church. The Rev. Lynn McBryde will officiate and burial will be in Savannah Cemetery by Clarksville Funeral Home.
Mrs. Lawson was born in VanBuren, Ark., on June 13, 1894, a daughter of Leonard Henderson and Ida Neville Henderson. She was a member of the Avery Missionary Baptist Church and the Sunshine Club.
Surviving are two sons, J. C. Titus of Port Arthur and Clyde E. Titus Jr. of Orange; two daughters, Mrs Wilma Lorene Ivey of Texarcana and Thelma Jo Lopez of Gridley, Calif.; 12 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
Dunkirk Eveni Observer. Thursday, June 9, 1921. p. 1.
Mrs. N. Amelia Titus, widow of Lewis P. Titus, died today at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Mary L. Fenner, 49 Barker street, Fredonia, after an illness of about three weeks, aged 85 years. Mrs. Titus was born in Greene county, N. Y., but had spent much of her life in Fredonia. She was a member of the Methodist church and of the W. C. T. U.
Mrs. Titus is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Mary L. Fenner of Fredonia and Miss Ida M. Titus of New York city, and a brother, Rufus W. Beaujean, of Melbourne Beach, Fla.
The funeral will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, burial in Forest Hill cemetery.
The Post-Standard. Friday, Nov. 13, 1987. b. B-2.
AUBURN - Nancy Louise Brown Titus, 60, of 241 W. Genesee St., died Thursday at University Hospital, Syracuse.
Mrs Titus was a native of Auburn. She lived in the Skaneateles area before returning here 30 years ago. Her husband, Myrnice, died Oct. 21.
Mrs. Titus was a member of St. James Episcopal Church, Skaneateles.
Surviving are five sons, David of Port Byron and Keith, Eugene, Mark and Steven, all of Auburn; a daughter, Roseanne Titus of Auburn; a brother, Purcell E. Brown of Mottville; and eight grandchildren.
Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Robert D. Gray Funeral Home, Skaneateles, the Rev. J. Edward Putnam officiating. Burial will be in Lakeview Cemetery, Skaneateles.
Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home, 49 Jordan St.
Nashua Telegraph. Fri., Sept. 23, 1949. p. 6.
Milford, Sept. 23 - Mrs Nellie Maria Titus, 82, died at her home on the Federal Hill rd early this morning after a brief illness. She was born in Danvers, Mass, Oct 15, 1866, the daughter of Edwin and Maria A. (Littlefield) Russell. She had lived in Milford for the past 29 years.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs Fred R. Lowe of Ridgefield Park, Ridgefield, NJ, and Mrs Hazel L. Young of Milford; one sister, Mrs. Susan Hanlon of Danvers, Mass; two grandsons, several nieces and nephews.
Funeral service will be held Sunday afternoon at the Leon C. Tucker funeral home, with burial in Walnut Grove cemetery, Danvers, Mass.
Oakland Tribune. Monday, July 8, 1935.
Last rites for Nelson C. Titus, retired school teacher and former resident of Oakland and Berkeley, were held today in Pasadena. Titus died Wednesday in Sierra Madre, where he moved two years ago after 17 years residence in the Eastbay.
He is survived by two sons, Leo G. Titus of Oakland and William J. Titus of Pasadena. His wife died in Berkeley five years ago. He was born in Ohio in 1852.
Pharos-Tribune. Friday, April 6, 2001. p. A2.
Services for Norma M. Titus, 76, of Logansport, will be held at 11 a.m Saturday in Kroeger Funeral Home.
She died at 3 a.m. Thursday, April 5, 2001, in SCCI Hospital, Kokomo.
Born Oct. 10, 1924, in Bellville, Ohio, she was the daughter of Ray and Gladys Clever Fry. On Aug. 1, 1942, she was married to Paul J. Titus, who died March 2, 1996.
Mrs Titus had been a housekeeper at Logansport State Hospital.
She enjoyed reading.
Surviving are six sons and five daughters-in-law, Paul J. Jr. and Pat Titus, Lee Sr. and Billie Titus, Richard Titus, and Lee Jr. and Tonya Titus, all of Logansport, Steve and Karen Titus, Bellville, Ohio, and Edward and Vicki Titus, Findley, Ohio; five daughters and one son-in-law, Janet Ocheltree, Burlington, Wash., Charlotte Walker, Clymers, and Cynthia and Paul Little, Marianne Titus and Lori Wooten, all of Logansport; one brother, Arnold Fry, Bellville, Ohio; three sisters, Winona Claypool and Ruth Lewis, both of Bellville, Ohio, and Wilma Pifer, Mansfield, Ohio; a large number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
Four brothers, Carl Fry, Lester Fry, Dwight Fry and Virgil Fry, and one sister, Irene Fry Lape, also preceded in death.
The Rev. Craig Pendl will officiate at the services. Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery.
Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. today in the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association.
The Independent-Record. Wednesday, February 2, 1944. p. 8.
Miles City - O. A. Titus, 65, formerly a resident of this section, died recently in Twin Falls, Idaho. Surviving are his widow and three sons, Louis Titus of Epsie, Mont., Wilbur Titus of La Mesa, Calif., and Ralph Titus of Salt Lake City.
The Anaconda Standard. Friday Morning, February 5, 1904.
Miles City, Feb. 1. - A telegram was received at Jordan's store from O. W. Titus at Terry last night, requesting to have Undertaker Campbell send a coffin for his father, O. C. Titus and to have the news of his death wired to Mrs. W. O. Wentzell at Ellendale, N.D., and to Mrs. G. O. Titus at Hydesdale, (Humboldt Co.) Cal. These are daughters of the elder Mr. Titus. The cause of death was paralysis. The son, O. W. Titus, is a partner of Mr. Hasty in the building of the dyke on Powder river, and was working there when the news of the death was brought from Sandstone creek, on which stream his home is located. He drove to Terry and sent the word to Miles City. The father had been in Custer county three or four years previous to his death.
Syracuse Herald. Monday Evening, November 2, 1931. p. 3.
Odeon Titus, 82, retired miller, who died Saturday, was buried this afternoon in Maple Grove Cemetery, Jamesville, (Onondaga Co.) after funeral services were conducted at his home in that village by the Rev. Roy J. Taylor. Mr. Titus died in the farmhouse built in Jamesville in 1812 by his grandfather, Hiram Gilbert. He had lived in the house for the last 20 years.
The Salt Lake Tribune. Monday Morning, January 24, 1944. p. 13.
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (AP) - Ora A. Titus, 65, a brother of Ralph E. Titus, Salt Lake City, general manager of the south central district of the Union Pacific railroad, died here Saturday of influenza.
A Union Pacific freight department employe, Mr. Titus had lived here a year and a half, comiong here from Jerome.
Oakland Tribune. Saturday, Sept. 28, 1957.
TITUS. Orville L., in San Leandro, September 25, 1957, of 1080 Oakes Boulevard, San Leandro; beloved husband of Evelyn Titus; loving father of Robert Lee and Idella Mae Titus; dear son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Titus; brother of Aaron, James, Aquilla and Melvin Titus, Edna Mae Tuer and Norma Esther Sowell, all of Hayward; William Titus of San Lorenzo, Arthur Titus of Berkeley and DeWayne Titus of San Leandro. A native of Kansas, aged 46 years.
A farewell service to which all friends are welcome will be held Monday morning at 10 o'clock in the Little Chapel of the Flowers (Hull and Sons), Adeline Street at Ashby Station, Berkeley. The Reverend Fred Atwell will officiate.
The Titusville Herald. Wednesday, November 18, 1964. p. 3.
Orvin Titus of Janesville, Wis., who perpetuates the name of Jonathan Titus, the founder of Titusville, stopped at The Herald office yesterday to obtain information concerning the city's history.
Mr. Titus, who was returning home from the National Grange Convention at Atlantic City, N. J., said he was particularly interested in Alanson Titus who he believed migrated from this area to Wisconsin the 1850s and settled in Kinosha Vounty.
He said that Alanson Titus' son, Isaac, is his great grandfather who settled in Rock County where Janesville is located. He said that Alanson's branch of the Titus family came to the Titusville area from Delaware County in New York, and originally migrated to this country from England.
Jonathan Titus came to Crawford County and founded Titusville from Frankstown, Blairs County, Pa., about 1796. When Mr. Titus planned the village he designed to name it Edinburg, in honor of the city from which his mother-in-law had emigrated to this country. However, for many years the place was known simply as "Titus's," to which the title "Titusville" succeeded.
Jonathan Titus died Feb. 2, 1857, leaving five children: Susan, wife of Joseph L. Chase; Sarah, wife of Edward H. Chase; Lavinia, wife of Parker McDowell of Franklin; Olevia, wife of John Moore of Pittsburgh; and Maxwell.
Orvin Titus told the Herald yesterday he was not certain of the relationship between Jonathan and Alanson, who left this area about the time that Jonathan died.
Anderson Sunday Herald. Sunday, January 6, 1963. p. 2.
MARKLEVILLE - Oscar Titus, 74, died this Saturday evening at the Henry County Hospital at New Castle, after an illness of four weeks. He was born Jan 26, 1889 in Markleville, to Liscum and Martha McDaniel Titus, pioneer residents of Adams township, and has lived in the Markleville area all his life.
In his early adult life, he was a farmer. Later he was employed at Guide Lamp for 19 years before he retired in 1955. Mr. Titus was a member of the Markleville East Christian Church and of the Markleville Brotherhood and Sisterhood.
Surviving are his widow, Gladys; two daughters, Mrs. Ellen Foust of Carthage, Ind., and Mrs. Rose Holmes of Markleville; one sister, Mrs. Mae Sparks of Anderson; and one brother, Justin Titus of Rochester, N.Y.; six grandchildren, several cousins, and one nephew. His only son, L. M. Titus, died in 1955.
The Valorous C. Rector Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Conducting the funeral service will be the Rev. Glen Cook, and the Rev. Palat of the Markleville East Christian Church, assisted by the Rev. Edwin Helm of the Markleville Methodist Church. Other arrangements are incomplete.
The Dominion-News. Thursday, September 17, 1970. p. 14A.
Mrs. Ota Arnett Michael Titus, 96, of Fairmont, a former resident of Arnettsville, died Wednesday morning in Fairmont General Hospital.
She was born on Sept. 9, 1874 at Arnettsville, a daughter of the late Coleman M. and Maria Prickett Arnett.
She was the past president of the Monongalia County WCTU and a member of the Arnettsville and Bellview WCTU chapters. She was a life-time member of the WSCS, and a member of the Snyder Temple United Methodist Church of Georgetown.
She was a former teacher in the Marion County School system, where she taught at Pharoah's Run. She was a long-time resident of Arnettsville.
She was married twice. Both husbands, Jefferson D. Michael and James L. Titus, preceded her in death.
Survivors include two sons, Basil Michael of Fairmont and Russell M. Michael of Mt. Gilead, Ohio; two step-sons, Gaylord Titus of Florida and Fred Titus of Bobtown, Pa.; one daughter, Mrs. Harvey (Trixie) Riggs of Fairmont; one step-daughter, Mrs. Garnet Brown of Bobtown; two sisters, Mrs. Oma Wrick of Georgetown and Mrs. Paul (Lillian) Berry of Georgetown; 15 grandchildren and 59 great grandchildren.
One son, three daughters, two brothers, and three sisters preceded her in death.
Friends may call at the R. C. Jones Funeral Home in Fairmont after 7 p.m. Thursday and until 11:50 a.m. Saturday, when the body will be moved to Snyder Temple United Methodist Church in Georgetown to lie in state from 1-2 p.m., the time of services with the Rev. Harry G. Wright and the Rev. Gary R. Isner officiating. Burial will be in the Arnettsville Cemetery.
Mansfield News-Journal. Monday, December 23, 1935.
Otis Titus, 29, of 311 East Third street, died at his home Sunday evening following a long illness. Mr. Titus was born in Van Wert, O., but had resided in Mansfield for a number of years.
Surviving are his mother and step-father, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pierson, and one brother, Thos. Titus of Indiana. He was a member of the Shiloh Baptist Church.
Funeral services will be held at the Shiloh Baptist Church at 2 p. m. Tuesday in charge of Rev. R. R. Robinson. Burial will be in the Mansfield cemetery.
The Waukesha Freeman. Thursday, March 1, 1906. p. 8
Otis Titus died at his home, at Caldwell, February 7, after a long illness, at the age of 68 years. Mr. Titus was born in Lisbon, St. Lawrence Co., New York. In his early boyhood he came to Wisconsin. He resided in this state all the remainder of his life, except during the time he was serving in the civil war. He was honorably discharged from the army February 17, 1865, his death taking place just forty years to the day from that time. He married Miss Isadora Miller, daughter of Charles, who, with three sons and two daughters and one brother, Willard Titus, of Mukwonago, are left to mourn his loss. The funeral services were held at the home. Interment was in the Caldwell cemetery.
Syracuse Herald-Journal. Monday, August 20, 1984
CATO - Services for businessman and dairy farmer Palmer R. Titus, 85, of Route 370, Cato, who died Saturday in Auburn Memorial Hospital after suffering an apparent heart attack at his home, are 11 a.m. Wednesday at Jewell Funeral Home, Cato. Burial will be in Cato Union Hill Cemetery.
Calling hours are 7 to 9 p.m. today (Aug. 20) and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home, South Street.
Mr. Titus was a life resident of the Cato-Ira area. He served as president of Titus & Ttus, a Cato grain and trucking business. He also owned and operated a number of dairy farms in the area.
He was a trustee for Old Cato School District No. 1 in the years 1931 to 1938 and was a member of the original committee that lobbied for centralization of the Cato-Meridian Central School District. He served that school board 1953 to 1968.
Mr. Titus was assessor for the town of Ira for many years. He also served as a trustee for the Cato Union Hill Cemetery Association.
He and his wife, the former Flora Belle Stevens, celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary in March.
Surviving, besides his wife, are a son, Herbert F. of Cato; four grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.
Contributions may be made to the Cato Rescue Unit or to the Cato-Meridian Central School Playground Fund.
The Salt Lake Tribune. Thursday, May 30, 1963. p. 40.
Mrs. Pamela Beatrice Ling Titus, 89, 2984-1725 East, died Wednesday, 7:45 a.m., of natural causes at home. Born Feb. 12, 1874, Mark, Somersetshire, England, to Theodore and Harriet Fisher Ling. Married to Giles Gilbert Titus, Jan. 13, 1895, Ocheyedan, Iowa. He died Aug. 18, 1955. Member Central Christian Church. Former resident of Twin Falls, Idaho. Charter member, Lend-A-Hand Club, Twin Falls. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Lawrence E. (Vera) Mathews, Salt Lake City. Funeral, Saturday 2 p.m., Reynolds Funeral Home Chapel, Twin Falls. Burial Twin Falls Cemetery.
Hutchinson News. Thursday, October 18, 1984. p. 16.
HUGOTON - Patricia June Greenway, 54, died Oct. 17, 1984, in her home at Hugoton (Stevens Co., KS). Born Patricia June Titus Feb. 12, 1930, at St. John, she had been a longtime Hugoton resident.
Survivors: sons Bill, Farmington, N.M., Steve, Olympia, Wash.; daughter Janice Haynes, Hugoton; mother Lola Titus, Hugoton; brothers, Dick Titus, Doug Titus and David Titus, all of Hugoton, Mike Titus, Upland, Calif., George Titus, 2402 Canterbury; sisters, Carol Hutchins, San Bernardino, Calif., Avis Jost, Portland, Ore.; six grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements pending with Phillips Funeral Home, Hugoton. Memorials to Cindi and Jeff Greenway Scholarship Fund, in care of Citizens State Bank, Hugoton.
The Post-Standard. Sunday, May 9, 1954. p. 30.
Idaho State Journal. Monday, Nov. 9, 1964. p. 2.
Mrs. Pearl E. Titus, 85, of 704 North Harrison, died Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burr C. Brown, 228 W. Buell. Mr. and Mrs. Brown were her closest friends and had cared for her for many years.
The daughter of John and Johanna Orman Yeaw, she was born May 11, 1879, in Salt Lake City, Utah. She received her educationthere and was married to Samuel Nevers Evans in 1897 in Salt Lake. They came to Pocatello in 1915 and Mr. Evans died here in 1925. She was married to William E. Titus in 1929 in Pocatello and he died in 1935.
While in Salt Lake she worked for the Sweets Candy Co. as a floorlady, later for Blades Candy Co. in Ogden, Utah, and for the Smith Candy Co. in Pocatello. For many years she operated boarding houses in Pocatello.
She was a member of the Pythian Sisters.
She is survived by a niece, Mrs. Katherine Needham, Salt Lake City. A brother, John McLeod, preceded her in death Dec. 30, 1960 in Pocatello.
Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Downard chapel with the Rev. Scott R. Fowler of the First Baptist church officiating. Burial will be in the family plot in Mountainview Cemetery under the direction of the Downard Funeral Home.
Syracuse Herald-Journal. Thursday, October 15, 1959. p. 2.
Pearl M. Titus was named executrix of the estate of her husband, Humphrey Titus of Martville, who died Aug. 18, 1959.
Mr. Titus left his estate to his wife with the provision that after her death the home be sold and proceeds go to his children, Earl C. Titus of Seattle, Washington, and Evelyn E. Cartner of Martville, for education of his grandchildren.
Value of the estate is unknown. James Stafford of Weedsport is attorney for Mr. Titus.
The Portsmouth News. January 28, 1939. p. 2.
Pearl Titus, 50, 609 Seventh street, died at 9 p.m. Friday at Portsmouth General hospital, where he had been a medical patient the last two days.
Surviving are these children: John Titus, Mrs. Helen Boorman, Mrs. Selma Tewalt of Portsmouth, Miss Aleene Titus at home and Mrs. Louise Kempton of Kingsport. He also leaves two brothers and two sisters, Walter Titus of Columbus, Alva Titus of Portsmouth, Mrs, Leila Timberlake of Akron and Mrs. Rena Cline of Star route. His wife, Mrs. Mary Titus, died in October, 1937.
Funeral services will be hald at 10 a.m. Monday at 613 Seventh street, with Rev. F. W. Chase officiating. Burial will be in Vernon cemetery, under the direction of Lynn's. The body will remain at 613 Seventh street.
Greeley Tribune. Mon., Sept. 13, 1976. p. 6.
Mrs. Peggy F. Titus, 51, 931 Denver Avenue, Fort Lupton, died Sunday, Sept 12, in St. Anthony North Hospital at Denver.
Born July 8, 1925 at Denver, she attended school in Durango.
On. Oct. 30, 1942 she was married to Duke Ed Titus at Denver, where they resided until moving to Fort Lupton in 1947. He died in 1974.
She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. George (Nena) Ashley of Fort Lupton: her mother, Mrs. Mae C. Wood of Bellvue; three brothers, Frank and Lee Gossert, both of Denver, and John of Hayden: three sisters, Mrs. Joseph (Velma) Muir of Tucson, Ariz., Mrs. Ted (Irene) Elliott of Red Bluffs, Calif., and Mrs. Bob (Mina) McElroy of Richland, Wash., and two grandchildren, Edwin and Denese Bydalek of Fort Lupton.
Mrs. Peggy Titus of 931 Denver Avenue, Ft. Lupton Mother of Mrs. George (Nena) Ashley of Ft. Lupton; daughter of Mrs. Mae C. Wood of Bellvue; grandmother of Edwin and Denese Bydalek of Ft. Lupton; sister of Frank Gossert and Lee Gossert, both of Denver, John Gossert of Hayden, Mrs. Joseph (Velma) Muir of Tucson, Ariz., Mrs. Ted (Irene) Elliott of Red Bluff, Calif., and Mrs. Bob (Mina) McElroy of Richland, Wash. Recitation of Rosary, Tuesday, 1:30 p.m. from the Schmanski-Vetter Chapel. Services Wednesday 10 a.m., Schmanski-Vetter Chapel. Interment Hillside Cemetery, Ft. Lupton.
Peter Hicks Titus died of pulmonary oedema on Monday, in his ninetieth year, at his home on Bouwery Road, Steinway, L. I. Mr. Titus was born in Madison Street, this city, near Market. His father was an alderman. Mr. Titus was for some time a dry goods clerk, and then he and his father went into the wholesale lumber business. Later Mr. Titus and his brother William Henry went into the wholesale grocery business in Front Street. Mr. Titus retired from business when a little more that forty years of age.
Mr. Titus served in the State Assembly in 1848. He served eight years as an active member of the Volunteer Fire Department.
Charleston Daily Mail. Friday, Dec. 28, 1962. p. 9.
VICTORIA, Tex. - Service and burial were held Monday for Philip S. Titus, 67, of Victoria, formerly of St. Albans, W. Va. Mr Titus died Dec. 21 after a long illness.
He was a former engineer in Carbide Technical Center's design and construction department in South Charleston, W. Va. He moved to Texas several years ago and retired in 1960.
Survivors include his wife, Alice; a son, Philip Jr. at home, and several nieces and nephews in the Charleston area.
Kokomo Tribune. Monday, April 20, 1998. p. A4.
MARION, Ind. (AP) - Jean Ramey, 74, and Philip Titus, 82, dated when she was a teen-ager and he was in his mid-20s. But he went off to war, didn't say goodby and she figured that was the end of it.
More than 50 years later, the life-long Grant County residents were married on Saturday.
"She was 17 when we started going out," he said. "She was working at Roller's Hamburgers and we met there. I was 25. I just liked her, I guess."
After the war, however, each went on with their lives. Ramey married Harold McMullen in 1943. They had a son and a daughter. In 1949, she married George Ramey and added three stepdaughters to her family. They were married 37 years when he died in 1987.
Titus came home in 1946. In 1948, he married Helen and they had two sons. She died in 1995.
The couple got back together 18 months ago after Titus sent her flowers during a hospital stay.
"I was coming back into my room and there was this beautiful bouquet of flowers," she said. "I said, /someone likes me today.' I looked at the card and it said Phil. I thought it can't be. I couldn't believe it."
She had her son call the florist and found out that Titus had sent the flowers. Titus learned from his sister that Ramey was in the hospital.
"I still liked her." he said, grinning.
Portsmouth Herald. Friday, Dec. 24, 1971. p. 3.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. - Phillips C. Titus, 63, g after a short illness.
He was born in Delmar, N. J., and had lived in Pittsfield the past 25 years. He served formerly as manager of the J. J. Newberry Store in Portsmouth and held a similar position in Pittsfield before entering the real estate business.
He was a member of the L. P. Johnson Associates Realtors, and was a graduate of the Wharton School of Finance.
Mr. Titus was a member of the Pittsfield Rotary Club, a member of the Board of the Auto Dealers Association, the Berkshire County Realtors, the board of directors of the Salvation Army here, St. Andrews Lodge, F & AM, of Portsmouth, N.H., and past commander of the Shrine Club of Watertown, NY.
Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Katherine E. (O'Brien) Tutus (sic), and a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth T. Heyniger of Delmar.
The Evening Tribune. Tuesday, February 16, 1944. p. 4.
Mrs. R. J. Titus and small daughter, Kathy Nell of Texarkana, Tex., will leave this evening after being house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stieler, 319 S. Second Ave W., since last Saturday. They are enroute to Spokane, Wash., where they will make their home with Mr. Titus' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Titus. At present R. J. Titus is stationed at Camp Wolters, Tex. Mrs R. J. Titus is a niece of Mrs. Stieler.
The Hopewell Herald. Wednesday, May 14, 1941. p. 1.
The funeral of Miss Rachel P. Titus, 71, daughter of the late Cornelius and Adelia Titus, who died Wednesday last at the home of Mrs. Edna Cromwell, of Titusville, was held Saturday at the Titusville Presbyterian church conducted by the Rev. L. Merrell Marker, pastor. Interment was in Pennington cemetery, under the direction of the N. R. Blackwell Funeral Service.
Miss Titus was a member of the Presbyterian church, the Ladies Aid, Missionary Society and Bible Class. She was also affiliated with Titusville Grange and the Fire Company Auxiliary. She is survived by a brother, William A. Titus, of Lawrenceville road; a sister, Miss Mary F. Titus, of Jamesbury, and the following nieces and nephews; William T. Hart, of Ewing; Mrs. Radcliff Van Dyke, of the Washington Crossing-Pennington road; the Misses Helen A. and Viola M. Titus, of Lawrenceville road, and Richard H. Titus, of Titusville, and cousins, Miss Althea Drake, Mrs Elizabeth Conover, Miss Anna Titus, Mrs. George M. Connor, Mrs Herbert Butcher, of this place, Mrs. Howard Butcher, of Trenton; George Titus of Pennington, and Samuel Hart, of Linvale.
The bearers were: Radcliff Van Dyke, William P. Hart, Raymond P. Hart, Richard Titus, George Phillips, and Thomas Parkhill.
The Portsmouth Herald. Monday Evening, November 24, 1952. p. 3.
Ralph Murray Titus, 26, of Pleasant street, Eliot, a veteran of World War II, died at the Naval Hospital Sunday afternoon following a long illness.
He was born in Eliot, July 24, 1926, the son of Ralph M. and Margaret Levensaler Titus.
Titus attended Eliot schools and at the age of 17 enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served in World War II, seeing action at New Guinea and the Philippines. He also was in the Korean invasion and due to illness was given a temporary disability retirement in February, 1952.
He held membership in the Fleet Reserve Association of Portsmouth.
Besides his parents, he is survived by two brothers, Alden R. Titus and Edwin A. Titus, both of Eliot; one sister, Mrs Grace M. Clough of Eliot; a nephew, and his grandfather, Alonzo E. Titus of Eliot.
The News. Monday, October 6, 1952. p. 2.
Mrs Ramie A. Titus, 85, formerly of Newport and president and treasurer of the A. C. Titus Company, Salem, Mass., furniture store, died in that city last Thursday.
She was the wife of the late Alonzo Flint Titus, of this city, who with his brother, the late Harry A. Titus of this city, opened the A. C. Titus furniture store in Salem. Harry Titus later returned to Newport, where he took over the operation of the A. C. Titus store in this city, upon the death of his father, Augustin C. Titus. The local A. C. Titus store took over the new building where the Boston Store is now located, the largest of its kind in this city at that time.
Mrs. Titus leaves two sisters, Mrs Andrew Bronkerr and Mrs. Blanche Moody, both of Swampscott, Mass.
Daily Kennebec Journal. Wednesday, April 17, 1907.
Ray Jewett Titus of Boston, son of William N. and Francis C. Titus of this place, who died of acute disbetes, on April 11, at the Homeopathic Hospital, Boston, was born in Bristol. R. I., August 3, 1883. He received his earlier education in the Woburn and Medford schools, and, his parents later on moving to Maine, he graduated as leading scholar from the Waldoboro High school, completing his education at the University of Maine. Mr. Titus went to Boston after graduation and worked in the automobile business for a little while, eventually becoming assistant bookkeeper of the Franklin P. Shumway Company, advertising agents. Mr. Titus had for some years been a devoted mamber of the Boston Young Men's Christian Association, and held high rank in the Y.M.C.A law school. He was just completing his third year in his legal studies, and as he was busy all day, he studied so hard nights that his health broke down. On Monday he went to the hospital, and lived only four days. He was engaged to Miss Margaret McDonald of Brookline. The funeral services were held Saturday at the Baptist church, in this town.
The Post-Standard. Tuesday, February 1, 2005. p. B-4.
Raymond Charles Titus, II, 55, of Syracuse, passed away at home with his family at his side on Sunday. Raymond was born in Syracuse, attended St. John the Evangelist School, and attended SU where he majored in Journalism. Mr. Titus was previously employed by Syracuse Model Neighbourhood Corp. for many years where he mastered in interior home improvements. He was a licenced asbestos remover, and a former assistant editor -----Community Center's Newsletter in Auburn.
He was predeceased by his father Raymond Leroy Titus in 1994 and his son Charles Griffin in 2002.
Survivors: his mother, Ruth Owens-Davis of Syracuse; daughters, April Stroman-Williams, Nichelle Titus, Monica Griffin, Stephanie Friffin, Lara Griffin, Akiva Titus-Hadley and Anoni Titus, all of Syracuse, sons Derrick Titus, Barrakka Titus, Chamarr Titus, Jerome Little, all of Syracuse, Kenyatta (Letrice) Titus, who is a Master Sergeant in the U.S. Army stationed in Iraq, and Rakim (Nicole) Titus of Akron, OH; sisters, Spephanie (Ronald Titus Warford and Sharene Titus, both of Syracuse; brothers, Kirk S. Davis, Eugene, Chance, and Eric Titus, all of Syracuse; 29 grandchildren, two great-granddaughters, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and extended family members.
Funeral services noon Thursday at HOPPS Memorial CME Church. Burial in Oakwood Cemetery. Calling hours Wednesday 4 to 7 p.m. at the funeral home.
The Press- Courier. Tuesday, January 11, 1972. p. 2.
OXNARD - Raymond George Titus, 67, of 1649 Line Ave., died Sunday morning in a local hospital following a lingering illness.
Born Feb. 16, 1904, in Bindiana, Kan., he had been a resident of the area for 30 years, coming here from Los Angeles. He was a retired painting contractor.
He is survived by his wife, Ila; his mother, Blanche Titus of Vista; two sons, Robert Gene of Oxnard, and Phillip A. of Central Point, Ore.; two sisters, Hazel Trowbridge and Deborah Brown, both of Vista; six grandsons and two great-grandsons.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Payton Mortuary Chapel with the Rev. James W. Wolter officiating. Burial will be in Ivy Lawn Memorial Park.
The Portsmouth Herald. Friday Evening, December 25, 1958. p. 3.
SEABROOK - Raymond L. N. Titus Sr., 56 of Lafayette Rd., proprietor of the Lafayette Bakery and Diner, died early yesterday morning.
Mr. Titus was stricken at home and pronounced dead on arrival at Anna Jacques Hospital in Newburyport.
Born in St. John, N.B., he worked for 20 years at the Towle Manufacturing Co. in Newburyport and served in the Merchant Marine for five years during World War II.
In his youth, Mr. Titus was a well known pitcher in local area baseball leagues. He was a member of Star of the East Lodge, F & AM, of Exeter.
He leaves his wife, Mrs. Vera (Foster) Titus; two sons, Leslie R. of Seabrook and Raymond L. N. Titus Jr. of Newton; one daughter, Mrs. John J. Holmes of Newbury, Mass.; two sisters, Mrs Thomas Fletcher and Mrs. Reginald Dibble, both of British Columbia, and nine grandchildren.
San Mateo Times. Wednesday, July 20, 1955. p. 2.
MILLBRAE, July 20. - Raymond Perley Titus, 44, a salesman for the Kelline Nut Company of Chicago, Ill., died at his home, 223 Beverly avenue, Millbrae, last night after a long illness. A native of Vermont, he was a member of the St. Dunstan Men's club, Millbrae Toastmasters' club of Burlingame. Surviving are his wife Alice Paulina Titus; three children, Mary Alice, James M. and William J. Titus, all of Millbrae; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Titus, and a brother, Robert, of Vermont. A requiem high mass will be celebrated at St. Dunstan Catholic church in Millbrae Friday at 9:30 a.m. Rosary will be recited at the Chapel of the Highlands Thursday at 8 p.m. Interment will be at Holy Cross cemetery, Colma.
The Journal Tribune. Thursday, July 6, 1951. p. 2.
Raymond S. Titus, 24, of West Mansfield died at Midnight Wednesday. He became ill in Kenton and was taken to the San Antonio hospital where he was pronounced dead upon arrival.
The son of Ogden and Farest (Sine) Titus, he was born May 19, 1937 in Urbana. His parents survive and reside in West Mansfield.
Additional survivors include a brother, Robert, at home; three sisters, Mrs. Paul (Ruth) Bozman, of West Mansfield, Mrs. Richard (June) Fogle of Marysville, and Mrs. Robert (Edith) Adams, of Kenton; and his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Albert Titus of Broadway.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Bollinger funeral home in West Mansfield with the Rev. Harold Prong, pastor of the Utiea Church of Christ officiating. Interment will be in the Hathaway cemetery north of West Mansfield. Friends may call at the funeral home after 1 p.m. Friday.
The Newport Mercury and Weekly News. January 6, 1950. p. 3.
Dr. Raymond S. Titus, 65, a native of this city who has been practicing medicine in Boston for 40 years, died suddenly Christmas Day at his home, 11 Heath Hill, Brookline, Mass., according to word received here.
Dr. Titus, a son of the late Augustin C., and Judith Cogswell Titus, was known as a football player with the 1898 and 1899 teams at Rogers High School. After graduating there he went to Harvard Medical School, later beginning his practice.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary B. Titus; three daughters, Mrs. Charles M. Swift of Exeter, N. H., Mrs. Henry M. Gordon of Wellesley, Mass., and Miss Martha D. Titus of New York City, and two sisters, Mrs. J. Clarke Brown of Marblehead, Mass., and Mrs. Horace B. Hanson of Yonkers. N.Y.
His father founded the A. C. Titus & Co., furniture business in this city. Two brothers, Harry A. Titus of this city and Alonzo F. Titus of Swampscott, Mass., died some years ago.
Muscatine Journal. December 20, 1971.
G. Raymond Titus, 87, died at his home, 510 W. 2nd St., at 7:30 this morning.
Services are pending at the Ralph J. Wittich funeral home.
George Raymond Titus, president of the Titus Loan and Investment Co. of Muscatine, was born Nov. 21, 1881 at Muscatine, the son of George Marion and Ella Broomhall Titus.
He attended Muscatine High and Morgan Park Academy in Chicago, and then became a law student at the State University of Iowa.
In 1908 he joined his father's real estate and investment business which is one of the oldest of its kind in Iowa.
He has served with a number of civic groups and fraternal organizations as a board member and officer.
G. Raymond Titus married Miriam Bliven Nov. 5, 1944 in New York City.
Ogden Standard-Examiner. Monday, February 10, 1969. p. 48.
Reed M. Titus, 65, of Lynnwood, Wash., died Friday at St. Benedict's Hospital after a short illness.
Mr. Titus was born April 26, 1906, in Gables, Mich., a son of Arretus M. and Lilly Curtis Titus.
He was married to Tracy M. Hoeksma.
He was employed by Boeing Aircraft Co. as a traffic control supervisor.
He was a retired lieutenant colonel in the Air Force.
Surviving is his widow.
The body was shipped to Lynnwood, Wash., by Larkin and Sons Mortuary for Services and burial.
The Lima News. February 1, 1938. p. 2.
Reva Dariline Titus, one-day-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manley Titus, Lima Route 2, died in Memorial hospital Tuesday morning.
Surviving besides the parents are a brother, Bryan Charles, and a sister, Rita Norine, both at home.
Services will be held at the W. H. Logan residence, Lima Route 2, at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in Memorial Park cemetery. Mrs. Logan is a sister of Mrs. Titus.
Daily Northwestern. Fri., Oct. 3, 1969. p. 25.
MENASHA - Robert F. Titus, 53, of 426 Broad St., Menasha, died Thursday morning after a lingering illness.
He was born June 18, 1916. in Jackson, Mich., and had been vice president of the Tuthill Steel Company, Momence, Ill. Mr Titus was a member of the Masonic Lodge and the Shrine.
Among his survivors is a sister, Mrs. Taylor C. Brown, Menasha.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at the Wetherby Funeral Chapel, Jackson, Mich., with interment in Hillcrest Cemetery, Jackson.
The Brown Funeral Chapel, Menasha, was in charge of local arrangements.
The Daily Republic. Wednesday, Nov. 8, 1961. p. 3.
Robert J. Titus, son of Alice Payne and Charles W. Titus, was born March 10, 1880, at Beatrice, Neb. He died at the Brady Memorial Home at Mitchell, S.D., on Oct. 13, 1961, at the age of 81.
When he was but a few weeks old his parents moved to Calhoun County, Iowa, where he grew to manhood. He attended high school at Sac City, Ia., and then took a short course at Ames College, Ia.
For a time he managed a creamery in Knierim, Ia., and then began farming in Calhoun County.
On Feb. 5, 1902, he was married to Verna Elizabeth Bishop. Seven children were born to the couple.
In 1910, Mr. Titus moved to South Dakota, settling in Butler Township, Sanborn County, where he continued to live except for one year when he returned to Iowa.
As he grew older he retired from farming but raised chickens until three years ago when his health failed.
On June 26, 1961, he moved to Brady Memorial Home in Mitchell where he lived to the time of his death.
A daughter died in infancy.
He is survived by his widow, Verna; four daughters, Edma M. Titus of Letcher, Mrs. William Washburn, Sutherlin, Ore., Mrs. Roy Dotson, Clinton, Md., and Mrs. Ralph White, Kansas City, Mo.; two sons, Edward T. Titus, Woonsocket, and Leon G. Titus, St. Paul, Minn., eleven grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Irene Kidder, Cedar Falls, Ia., and Mrs. Eva Nelson, Decatur, Ill., and three brothers, Ernest, John and Charles, all of Lytton, Ia.
Funeral services for Mr. Titus were held at the Noble Funeral Home in Mitchell on Oct. 17 with the Rev. George Chasney of Letcher officiating. Music was furnished by Marie and David Parce with Mrs. Dorothy Edwards at the organ.
Pallbearers were Alvin Larimer, Aaren Alt, Clarence Northrup, Paul Van Overschelde, Homer Paece and Donnie Vermeulen.
Burial was in Butler Cemetery.
The Independent. Friday, April 1, 1949. p. 34.
LOS ANGELES (INS). A coroner's jury was unable to decide Thursday whether the boning knife death of Robert S. Titus, captain of waiters at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, was homicide or an accident.
Titus' widow, Mary Ann, 40, was returned to jail pending further investigation of the case.
An autopsy showed that Titus died of a stab wound in the chest, while intoxicated.
Hutchinson Daily News. Thursday Morning, May 15, 1890. p. 4.
A Decision Regarding the Rights of Illegitimate Children as Heirs - A Valuable Tract of Land Adjoining the City of Hutchinson Involved - An Opinion Which Will Attract Much Attention Among Attorneys.
From The Topeka Capital.
The supreme court handed down yesterday one of the most interesting decisions which has emanated from that court for many terms. It was the case of John Caldwell against D. B. Miller and L. B. Miller, brought up from the district court of Reno county. It is a very important case, not only because it involved the ownership of a large tract of land adjoining the townsite of Hutchinson, now worth an immense sum of money, but for the reason that there was a very fine law point - the rights of illegitimate children as heirs - to be passed upon. The litigation has been in progress for several years; the case has been before the supreme court for several months and the decision was awaited with interest. It will attract attention among the legal fraternity all over the country. The facts in the case as found by the trial court were: That on Jan. 1, 1809, Robert Titus was lawfully married at Sunbury, in Rutland Co., Vt., to Phoebe Thomas and in Oct., 1810, there was born as the issue of that marriage, a son, Alden Wheeler Titus, who was the only issue of that marriage; that after the birth of the son Titus abandoned his wife and son and went into the war of 1812, and never lived with them any more; that Titus went from the war to East Bloomfield, in Ontario county, in the state of New York, and on July 14, 1818, without having been divorced from Phoebe, married Miriam Lee, by whom he had five children thereafter born, viz: Benjamin, Betsey, Rachel, Delight and Lois; that said Titus thereafter, about the year 1832, removed from Ontario county, New York, to Lenox, Macomb county, Michigan.
It is also found that the defendant, Lois Miller, is the wife of the defendant, D. B. Miller, and is the youngest daughter of Robert Titus and Miram Lee; that Robert Titus, in the year 1850, came to live with D. B. Miller and Lois Miller, his wife, and continued to live with them from that date until his death in 1871; that Miller and his wife, Lois, and Robert Titus came to Reno county, Kansas, from Will county, Illinois, in the year 1871; that Titus, on July 10, 1871, made a pre-emption settlement on the land in controversy in this suit, viz: Northeast quarter, section 12, township 23, range 6 west, Reno county, Kansas, and on Sept. 8, 1871, died, not having completed his pre-emption as required by act of congress of March 3, 1844. Titus died intestate and utterly without any money or property whatsoever. Upon his death D. B. Miller was by the probate court of Reno county, appointed administrator of the deceased, and with his own money caused the pre-emption to be completed, paying the double minimum price for the land to the government, viz: $400.
This was done in the year 1871. On the completing of the pre-emption by Miller, as administrator, a patent for the land was issued by the United States, under, and in accordance with the section 2269, revised statues (sic) of the United States. That Robert Titus died in Reno county, Kansas, intestate, Sept. 8, 1871; that Miram Lee died intestate in the year 1858; that his wife, Phoebe Thomas, died intestate in Rutland county, Vermont, in the year 1860; that Alden W. Titus, son of Robert and Phoebe Titus, died in Charleston, Mass., in the year A.D. 1876. intestate, leaving heirs; that defendant, D. B. Miller, has purchased from the heirs of Alden W. Titus, and, under proper conveyance from them. is owner of all the rights, title and interest in the land which insured to the Alden W. Titus benefit as the heir of Robert Titus under said patent; that Plaintiff Caldwell has conveyances from the following aforesaid children of Robert Titus and Miram Lee, viz: Delight, intermarried with Caldwell, and Rachel, intermarried with Caldwell, conveying to him whatever title they had in the land in controversy; that said children of Robert Titus and Miram Lee were notoriously recognized by Robert Titus as his own, and no question was ever raised as to their legitimacy until in this suit.
The pivotal question in this case is the interpretation of section 2,269, revised statutes of the United States, 1878. The plaintiff contends that the words in this section, "the heirs of the deceased preemptor," include legitimate and illegitimate children if the illegitimate were generally notoriously recognized by the father in his lifetime as his own. The defendants claimed that the word "heirs" must be determined by the common law of England.
The supreme court decides in favor of the illegitimate heirs and holds that they are entitled to the property. It says in the opinion, which is written by Chief Justice Horton that:
"When a party, entitled to the benefits of the pre-emption laws of the United States, makes a pre-emption filing in the state, but dies before consumating his claim and his administrator files the necessary papers to complete the same, and upon payment for the land obtained from the United States a patent granting the land unto the "heirs of the deceased pre emptor." the word heirs in the patent is to be construed with reference to the laws of this state, and whoever, under the laws of this state, would have inherited from the deceased pre-emptor, are the persons to whose benefit the land granted by the the patent inures.
"Under the statutes of Kansas illegitimate children inherit from the father, the same as the legitimate children. when such illegitimate children have been generally and notoriously recognized by him as his own.
On July 10, 1871, T. made a pre-emption settlement upon a quarter section of land in Reno county; he died before consumating his claim to the pre-emption; the administrator of the estate completed pre-emption and on the 20th of April. 1878, obtained a patent from the United States to the land; the patent granted "unto the said heirs of T., deceased, (the dead pre-emptor) and to their heirs," the tract pre-empted; T., at the time of his death, had living a legitimate child and also illegitimate children, whom he had generally and notoriously recognized as his own. Held, that the word (heirs" in the patent included the illegitimate children as well as the legitimate child.
Reno Evening Gazette. Saturday, December 27, 1952. p. 12.
Lt. (j. g.) Robert Titus, USN, son of Prof. and Mrs. Louis Titus of Reno, arrived in Reno recently to spend the holidays with his family and friands.
He is accompanied by his wife, Dorothy, and young son, Bruce.
Lt. Titus was recently detached from duty aboard the destroyer Allen M. Sumner and is now en route to Monterey, Calif., for post graduate study.
The Billings Gazette. Wednesday, Nov. 6, 1975. p. 14-A.
SHERIDAN, Wyo. - Rosary for Robert V. Titus, 53, will be recited at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Champion's Funeral Home. Mass of the Christian Burial will be at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in Holy Name Catholic Church, the Rev. William Esplnshade as celebrant. Burial will be in Sheridan Municipal Cemetery.
Mr. Titus died Monday in Sheridan Veteran's Hospital after a long illness.
He was born April 5, 1922, in Sheridan, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Titus. He served in the Navy during World War II.
Mr. Titus taught school in Naper, Neb., and later taught speech and debate in Omaha, Neb.
He was a member of Holy Name Catholic Church.
Survivors include two daughters, Anne Fairfax Titus and Jane Dashell Titus, both of Long Beach, Calif., and four sisters, Lucille Foltz of Sheridan, Neda Flamm of Billings, Katherine Engelhaupt of Alliance Neb., and Sister Mary Louise Titus of Sioux Falls, S.D.
Joplin Globe. Sunday, April 21, 1929. p. 4.
Mrs. Rody E. Titus, 83 years old, a resident of Joplin for thirty years, died at 3:50 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the home of a son-in-law, T. B. Stidham, 1727 Grand Avenue. She was a member of the Byers Avenue Methodist Episcopal church.
Two daughters of Mrs. Titus, Mrs. T. B. Stidham, and Mrs. Roy Davis, died here in the last year.
Surviving, besides Stidham, are one son, Joseph Titus of Vinita, (Craig Co.) Okla.; a niece, Mrs. Al Farr of California; another son-in-law, Roy Davis, 1905 Grand avenue, and two granddaughters, Helen Davis and Hazel Davis, 1905 Grand avenue.
Funeral services will be conducted at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Byers Avenue church, Eighteenth street and Byers avenue. The Rev. M. M> Wolff, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Forest Park cemetery. Pallbearers will be Leslie C. Smith, Perry Dent, C. L. Stephenson, F. O. Thomas, Wade Davis and Tom Doyle.
The Post-Standard. Tuesday, September 16, 2003. p. B-4.
Mrs. Rolayne "Lynn" Fisher, 53 of 283 Genesee Pk. Dr., Syracuse died Friday on Sept. 12, 2003 at Community General Hospital after a long illness. She was born May 16, 1950 in Syracuse where she attended the public schools graduating from Lincoln School. She was employed at Chrysler and St. Joseph's Hospital as a medical assistant.
Survivors: are six children, Jocelyn Hayes of Bridgeport, Conn., Eric and Gregory Miller of Syracuse, Beth Brooks and Amanda Fisher of Syracuse, her mother Guadalupe Tolone of Liverpool, NY, her father, Harry Titus of Syracuse; one sister, Tonya Titus of Syracuse, one brother, Harry "David" Titus of Liverpool, NY.; grandchildren, several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
Services: Thursday, 11 a.m. at Full Gospel Church of The Lord Jesus, Nedrow, NY, Rev. James Stewart officiating. burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. Calling hours will be Wednesday 6 to 8 p.m. at Garland Bros. Funeral Home, 143 W. Castle Street.
Mason City Globe-Gazette. April 9, 1937. p. 16.
SOUTH RIVER, N. J. (UP) - "I was disgusted - none of your business - I was disgusted," Mrs. Rose Titus, 31, mumbled Friday while police sought an explanation of why she threw her 2 year old baby girl from a bridge into the Raritan river at midnight March 24.
Charles A. Collins, chief of Middlesex county detectives, announced that Mrs. Titus had confessed. The child, she was quoted as having said, was illegitimate, born to her during an estrangement from her husband.
Suspicious neighbours started police on a quest for the baby late last week. On Tuesday, the woman, a factory worker, was questioned. First, she said she had left the child with friends. Then she said she had taken it to the home of friends in Passaican, N.J., where it died and had been buried in the cemetery. A check didproved the story.
Mrs. Titus was requestioned after two boys playing near a mill pond, 500 feet beyond the Raritan, had reported finding the baby's clothing.
Collins quoted the woman as having said she took the child to the pond the night of March 24. She undressed it and strewed its clothes in the shrubbery. She then carried the baby in her arms to the south side of the river and dropped it over the edge of the bridge.
The body has not been recovered.
The Anaconda Standard. Saturday Morning, July 17, 1909.
Ross Titus murder story.
The Hutchinson News. Tuesday, August 12, 1958. p. 3.
ELLSWORTH - Roy Glen Titus, 51, retired laborer, was found dead Monday morning from a gun shot wound self-inflicted at the home of his father in Langley where he was living.
Ellsworth County Coroner Dan Urbanek ruled the death suicide.
Urbanek concluded that Titus had taken the .22 rifle to bed with him and apparently had put the barrel in his mouth and pulled the trigger.
The bullet lodged in the head, Urbanek said, and Titus died approximately a half hour after the shot.
Titus was found by a neighbour who often called because of Titus's ill health, Urbanek said. The father, Chester Titus, was visiting in Eskridge at the time.
Titus was born May 12, 1902 in Windorn and lived in Langley the past eight years. He never married.
Survivors are his father; his mother, Mrs. Chester Titus, St. Francis, and a brother, Durward, Virgil.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Grubb Funeral Home here, with burial in Forest Grove Cemetery in Crawford.
Brainerd Daily Dispatch. Thursday, Dec. 27, 1951. p. 2.
Roy Titus, 56, Bemidji, brother of Bob Titus, captain of the Brainerd police department died at the Lutheran hospital in Bemidji Wednesday morning.
Other survivors include his wife, a son, Robert and a daughter, Mrs. Marcene Titus Fortier. Funeral arrangements are pending at a Bemidji funeral home.
Beatrice Daily Sun. Friday Evening, May 6, 1927. p. 1.
Center, Nebr., May 6. (AP) -Entering a plea of not guilty, Roy Titus, 70, Niobrara, who is charged with first degree murder as a result of the slaying of A. Merritt, his neighbour, was arraigned before Judge Clinton Chase here.
The date of Titus' trial was set for Monday, May 23.
A poverty affidavit was filed by the defendant and the court appointed W. A. Meserve, Craighton, and Attorney Houston to act as Titus' counsel.
Using a cane to aid his walking, Titus, slightly bent by his advanced years, shuffled into the court room before he was arraigned.
Titus shot and killed Marrit as the latter rode past the defendant's house one evening last fall, the victim dying instantly. Following the shooting Titus gave himself up to the authorities.
The two men lived as neighbours for a number of years, during which, according to _____ they often disagreed, the shooting coming as a climax of these disagreements.
Remaining paragraph unreadable.
The Portsmouth Herald. Wednesday, April 25, 1917. p. 5
Roy Titus, the five-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Titus of Melcher street, was removed to the hospital at noon today in a dangerous condition following an accident at Kittery. The little chap, who weighs but 31 pounds, was run over by a wagon carrying one and a half tons of cement. The accident occured on Government street in front of the Second Christian church as the children were playing at recess. His family had but lately removed from Kittery to this city and the children were attending school there.
Dr. H. L. Taylor was called on the case and ordered the removal of the injured child to the hospital where it was learned that he had several ribs broken, his lungs punctured, an injury to the stomach, nose broken, and a number of cuts and bruises about the face and head. In an effort to save his life he was placed on the operating table, but little hope is held for his recovery at the hospital.
Daily Herald. Monday, October 24, 1966. p. 4.
HEBER CITY - Russell Emery Titus, 43, died Saturday in a Salt Lake hospital of complications following injury received in an automobile accident June 4, 1966, near Wendover.
He was born Sept. 5, 1923, in Midway, a son of Bliss E. and Leda E. Murri Titus. He married Victoria Dalwitz, April 23, 1945, in Detroit, Mich.
Mr. Titus served with the U.S. Navy for 13 years. He was a veteran of World War II and the Korean War.
He taught at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md.
Survivors include his wife; of Detroit; one son, Russell Titus Jr., and a daughter, Mrs. Lewis (Carol) Odette, both of Detroit; one grandchild; parents, Heber City; four sisters, Mrs. Hal (Stella) Fowkes of Magna; Reba Titus and Mrs. Robert D. (Maryan) Hansen both of Salt Lake City; Mrs. Roger E. (Diann) Shields of Charlottesville, Va.
Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Olpin Mortuary in Heber City, where friends may call Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m., and Wednesday prior to services.
Wisconsin State Journal. Sunday, April 20, 2003. p. D11.
MADISON - Ruth Elizabeth Kunz Titus died Thursday, April 17, 2003. She was born Oct. 5, 1913, the daughter of the Rev. Gottlieb Kunz and Emma Steffen Kunz in Ephraim, Wis. Ruth graduated from Rice Lake High School in Barron County, and from Methodist Hospital School of Nursing in Madison. She married Virgil Titus in 1942. Three children blessed this home, the Rev. Larry Titus of Medford, Mass., Kristi Tormey of Columbus and Peter Titus of Madison. Her profession was a challenge that she worked hard at until she retired as director of the nursing staff at the Dane County hospital. She was a member of Glenwood Moravian Church in Madison and had been active in the Sunday school choir and Women's Fellowship. She had attended Saturday Prayer Breakfast regularly. Ruth is now reunited with her husband. They are survived by their three children; two grandchildren, Heather and Scott; two great-grandchildren, Jamie and Jessica; a daughter-in-law Katheryn (Larry); and a son-in-law, Brian (Kristi). A memorial service will be held at GLENWOOD MORAVIAN CHURCH on Wednesday, April 23, 2003, at 11 a.m. Memorials may be made to Glenwood Moravian Church, 725 Gilmore St., Madison, WI 53711.
Beckley Post-Herald. Tuesday Morning, June 16, 1953. p. 12.
STEPHENSON, June 15 - Mrs. Ralph Titus of Kathleen, Fla., announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her youngest daughter, Ruth Louise, to Arley C. Mitcham, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Mitcham, of Stephenson.
Plans are being completed by the couple for a July 5 wedding at the Free Methodist Church in Kokomo, Ind.
Miss Titus attended Kokomo High School and is now attending Trinity College in Clearwater, Fla.
Mitcham, a graduate of Greenbrier Military School, attended Tampa University, Tampa, Fla., and at present is studying for the ministry at Trinity College.
Ruston Daily Leader. Monday, December 28, 1936. p. 1.
S. E. Titus, veteran newspaper man and advertising specialist, died at his home in Monroe Sunday morning at 4 o'clock. Heart trouble, following a short illness of influenza, was given as the cause of his death. Funeral services were held this afternoon at 3:30, with interment in the Riverside Cemetery, Monroe.
Mr. Titus is survived by his wife and one daughter, the latter residing in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
After having served many years in the metropolitan newspaper field, working on such newspapers as the Birmington Age-Herald, the New York Times, and several Canadian publications, Mr. Titus came south, where he entered the service of the Monroe News-Star several years ago.
Retiring from newspaper work about three years ago, he re-entered it only a short time before his daeth, coming to the Ruston Leader as advertising manager. He was taken ill December 19, while at home for the weekend.
The Hutchinson News. Saturday, July 20, 1934. p. 6.
S. H. Titus, 74, died this noon at his home, 704 Brookside drive. Mr. Titus had been in ill health for more than a year and suffered a stroke of apoplexy Monday which resulted in his death.
He was born June 16, 1860 in Trenton, New Jersey, and came to Kansas when a young man. He lived in Stafford until about 15 years ago when he came to Hutchinson. He had lived here since. Mr. Titus was married to Miss Lillian Broughton on Dec. 25, 1883. Last Dec. 25 they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary.
Mr. Titus is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lillian O. Titus; four daughters, Mrs. E. L. McOsker, Hutchinson; Mrs. C. C. McOsker, Stafford; Mrs. Ed Shrauner, Ulysses and Mrs. Edith Freymiller, El Cajohn, Calif.; and two sons, Howard Titus, Ulysses, and Lyle Titus of Stafford. He was a member of the First Methodist church.
Funeral arrangements will be announced.
The New York Times. Friday, August 20, 1909. p. 7.
The telephone in the home of Edward Meehan, a wealthy resident of Sea Cliff, L. I. rang yesterday at about the same time that the telephone bell was tinkling in the home of S. Townsend Titus of Glen Cove, L. I.
"Louis and I are married and we're in Boston, " was the message that Mr. Meehan received. He recognized the voice of his daughter, Miss Mary L. Meehan.
"Mary and I have been married in Boston and we'll be home after our wedding trip." That's what Mt. Titus heard over the telephone, and he instantly recognized the voice of his son Louis, who was the driver of an auto that took part in the Vanderbilt Cup race last year.
"Bless you, my children," said both fathers, who were several miles apart.
A few days ago young Titus went on an automobile tour of New England with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sleicher of Glen Cove. A fourth member of the party was Miss Meeham. Mr. Titus and Miss Meehan were sweethearts, and were to be married this Fall. On Monday the party was in Boston. It was Mr. Titus's birthday, and it occured to the betrothed that a good way of celebrating the event was by getting married.
Nevada State Journal. Sunday, September 23, 1956. p. 23.
TONOPAH, Sept. 22 (Special) Mrs. Samuetta (Etta) Titus, 83, member of a prominent eastern Nye county ranching family, died at the home of her daughter in Henderson earlier this month. Funeral services, in charge of the Eastern Star, were held here Sep. 14.
Born in Troy, Ind., she and her late husband, John, came to Nye county in 1924 as ranchers. She also taught school in Nye, Lincoln and White Pine counties until retiring in 1953 and coming to Tonopah to make her home.
Surviving are two sons and a daughter, Harvey and John Titus of Locke's Ranch; Mrs. Gail Pilkington of Henderson; 15 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren.
The Daily Mail. Thursday, August 31, 1950. p. 24.
Mrs. Sarah May Titus, widow of Harry T. Titus, died Tuesday night in Washington, after an illness of several months, aged 82 years.
She was born in Gettysburg, the daughter of Aaron and Lucy (Deardorff) Sheely. She was a former resident of Hagerstown and a member of Trinity Lutheran Church.
Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Minerva Buttorff, Akron, Ohio, nieces and nephews.
The funeral will be at the Chapel of the National Lutheran Home, Washington, the Rev. Dr. Robert L. Lang, officiating, tomorrow at 10 a.m. Interment will be at Rest Haven Cemetery tomorrow at 2:30 p.m., the Rev. Dr. Wilson P. Ard officiating.
The Star And Sentinel. September 9, 1950. p. 3.
Repeat of Sarah May, above
Reno Evening Gazette. March 27, 1962. p. 2.
Funeral services were held for Mrs. Sarah Reid Titus Saturday at Ross-Burke Co. with Rev. Edson P. Sheppard of Trinity Episcopal Church officiating. Burial was in Our Mother of Sorrows Cemetery.
Mr. Titus died in a local hospital March 21. She was born in Victoria, British Columbia, March 21, 1921. She had resided in Reno the last 25 years.
Northwest Arkansas Times. Wednesday, December 23, 1964. p. 8.
Siloem Springs - Sarah Runyan, 69, died Monday night at the local hospital after an extended illness. Mrs. Runyan was born Oct. 1, 1895 at Clinton, Mo. and made her home here for the past year. She was a member of the Methodist Church.
Survivors include four sons, Neil of Denver, Colo., Ralph of Jefferson City, Mo., Titus of Big Bend National Park, Tex. and Henry, of San Jose, Calif.; a brother, Azel Titus of Lubbock, Tex. and 14 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Thursday at 10 a.m. at Pyeatte Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery.
Trenton Evening Times. Wednesday, April 8, 1908. p. 3.
Mrs. Sarah Titus, wife of Albert G. Titus, who resides near Pennington, died Monday from peritonitis. She was in the thirtieth year of her age and her husband and three children survive her. The funeral will be held from her late redidence Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Services in charge of the Rev. John Allen, will be held in the Pennington M. E. Church at 11:30 o'clock. Carriages will meet the 3 o'clock trolley from the City Hall at Fleming's Road. The interment, under the direction of N. R. Blackwell, will be in Ewing Cemetery.
The Times-Democrat. Friday, April 25, 1913. p. 6.
Mrs. Sarah Titus, the widow of Adam Titus, died at an early hour this morning at the city hospital after an illness of slightly more that a week of pneumonia. The deceased was well advanced in years, being at the time of death over 70 years of age. The advanced stage of life made the contention with the disease of less effect, and she succomed at 5:30 this morning.
The disceased was taken to the city hospital one week ago today. Of her life very little is known. Her son Ed Titus died about six years ago. For the past some time she has been making her home with Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hassan, of 861 east High street, and it was at their home that she was stricken down with pneumonia. No funeral arrangements have been made.
Delta Democrat-Times. Friday, Oct. 25, 1968. p. 3.
Graveside services for Semon Titus Sr., 83, who died in Weaver's Nursing Home here Oct. 18, will be held at 10 a.m. Sunday at the Scott Cemetery in Scott with Rev. John Lee officiating. Brown and Marion Funeral Home will be in charge of the funeral arrangements.
Survivors include two sons, Walter Titus of Chicago and Eddie Titus of Texas, and seven grandchildren.
Oakland Tribune. Thurs., March 23, 1967. p. 16.
Private services were held in San Francisco today for Shirley C. Titus, 74, who established the nation's first college level program in nursing.
Miss Titus, who received her nurse's training at San Francisco St. Luke's Hospital, died Tuesday following a lengthy illness. She had lived at 303 Walter Drive, Mill Valley, since her retirement in 1956.
A former executive director of the California Nurses Association, 1942-1956, Miss Titus was a leader in the area of economic security for nurses, being a key figure in obtaining the nation's first collective bargaining contract for nurses in Oakland in 1947.
She had served as assistant director of nurses at St. Luke's Hospital, director of nursing at the University of Michigan Hospital and dean of nursing at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn., where she established the nation's first baccalaureate program in nursing in 1930.
Following her retirement, a national education scholarship for registered nurses, the Shirley C. Titus Fellowship, was founded in her honor by the California Nurses Association.
A sister, Adele B. Titus, of San Francisco, is her olny survivor.
Services under the direction of Carew and English Mortuary, San Francisco.
The New York Times. Thursday, October 5, 1899. p. 7.
Col. Silas Titus, one of the original settlers of Syracuse, N. Y., died yesterday at the home of his son, S. W. Titus, at 602 Carroll Street, Brooklyn. His death was due to shock resulting from a fire which occured at his son's house about two weeks ago. Col. Titus was dragged out of danger by his daughter-in-law. Col. Titus was born in Cato, N. Y. in 1811. In 1829 he removed to Syracuse, which was then a mere hamlet, and later went into business there. He enlisted in the State Militia in 1829. When the civil war started he went to the front with the Twelfth New York Regiment as Adjutant, and was made Colonel of the One Hundred and Twenty-second New York Regiment. Col. Titus came to Brooklyn about a year ago and made his home with his son. He was prominently identified with the growth of the City of Syracuse, and was very well known in that part of the State. He is survived by one son. The funeral services will be held at the latter's residence this morning. The body will be taken to Syracuse for burial.
The Boston Globe. Thursday, August 27, 1903. p. 5.
Simeon B. Titus died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Fanny T. Hazen, 61 Oxford st. Cambridge, yesterday afternoon, after a long illness. His wife died about three months ago. The couple observed their 63d wedding anniversary in January, 1902.
Mr. Titus was born in Vershire, Vt. June 16, 1817. Up to 11 years ago he lived on the farm on which he was born, and which has been owned by the family for over 100 years. It was only when he reached the age of 74 that he could be induced to retire from hard work and come to Cambridge to live with his daughter. He was the last survivor of 12 children.
His grandfather was Lenox Titus, one of those who aided in routing the British at the battle of Bennington, and thus contributed to the final defeat and surrender of Burgoyne at Saratoga. The grandfather removed to Vershire, where he was one of the pioneer settlers.
While Simeon did not engage in the civil war, three of his six sons did, going to the front although they were all under age. Two gave up their lives in defence of the flag, and one, after suffering tortures in Andersonville, returned home a physical wreck. His eldest daughter, Fanny Titus Hazen, was a nurse in Columbian college U. S. hospital in 1864 and 1865. She has been president of the Army Nurse association of Massachusetts.
Of 11 children of Mr. Titus, five are still living, four daughters and one son, the latter Charles M. Titus of Boston.
Mr. Titus was an attendant at Epworth M. E. church until his health failed.
El Paso Herald-Post. Monday, Oct. 3, 1943.
Spencer James Titus of 710 Maple street died at his home yesterday. He was 74 and had been a resident of El Paso for 42 years. He was a retired blacksmith for the Southern Pacific. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Catherine Titus; two sons James and Edmund Titus; two daughters, Mrs. A. N. Cross and Mrs. A. C. McDonald, all of El Paso; and eight grandchildren. Rosary services will be held at 8 p.m. today in Kaster and Maxon Chapel. Funeral Mass will be said at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow in St. Patrick's Cathedral with Rev. G. F. Caffery officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery.
The Portsmouth Herald. Tuesday Evening, April 23, 1963. p. 3.
ELIOT - Mrs. Stella Bowden Titus, 84, of 58 Pleasant St., widow of Alonzo Titus, died yesterday at York Hospital.
A native and lifelong resident of Eliot, she was born Sept. 22, 1878, the daughter of Elizabeth and Abbie (Dixon) Staples.
She attended the Advent Christian Church.
Survivors include a son, Ansel Bowden of Eliot; a daughter, Mrs. Robert Boyton of Auburn, Ala.; a stepson, Ralph Titus and two stepdaughters, Mrs. Florence Searles and Mrs. Alice Green, all of Eliot; seven grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
The Pinedale Roundup. Thursday, August 14, 1969.
Mr. and Mrs. Titus of Pasadena, Calif., are the proud parents of a baby girl born August 10. She weighed eight pounds, nine ounces, and has been named Stephanie Pam. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Titus and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Priebe.
The Freeport Journal-Standard. Thursday, February 6, 1941.
Rockford, Ill., Feb. 6. - Mrs. Susan Evelyn Titus, 84, widow of Benjamin F. Titus, died at 1:15 p.m. yesterday at the Potter convalescent home in Roscoe after an illness of three weeks.
A resident of Winnebago since her marriage in 1892, in Ridout township, Stephenson county, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Seeger.
Surviving are a son, Walter Titus, Rockford; two daughters, Mrs. Ella Schoonover, Pecatonica, and Mrs. E. Kees, Rockford; a sister, Mrs. Carrie Thomas, Rockford, and several nephews.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at McAllister-Julian funeral home, 304 North 5th street, Rev. J. M. Beck, pastor of the Davis Methodist church, will officiate, and burial will be in Winnebago cemetery.
The Frederick Post. Thursday, October 20, 1994. p. A-5.
Mrs. Susan Virginia Titus, 85, of Cadiz, Ohio, formerly of Adamstown, died Wednesday, Oct. 19, at Harrison County Hospital, Cadiz, Ohio.
She was the wife of the late Blair S. Titus, who died in 1979.
She was born Oct. 13, 1909, in Lovettsville, Va., a daughter of the late Hampton Wenner and Catherine Everhart Wenner.
She was a retired secretary. She attended Pleasant Valley United Methodist Church, near Cadiz, Ohio. She was a 7th Degree Grange member, former 4-H adviser, member of the Daughters of the Confederacy, Lee Chapter, Purcellville, Va.
She is survived by a daughter, Mrs Eugene (Matilda) Heavlin of Cadiz; two grandsons, Blair Heavlin of Freeport, and Brent Heavlin of Cadiz; a grandson-in-law, Dr. Timothy Holbrook of Des Moines, Iowa; and seven great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a sister, Isabelle Wenner; two brothers, George Wenner and Wade Wenner; a granddaughter, Brooke Holbrook, and a great grandson.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20 at Clark-Kirkland Funeral Home, Cadiz, Ohio. and from 7 p.m. until time of services at 8 p.m. Thursday at Pleasant Valley United Methodist Church, near Cadiz.
Graveside funeral services will be at 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21 at Union Cemetery, Leesburg, Va.
Memorial contributions may be made to Pleasant Valley United Methodist Church, care of Rhonda Heaston, 156 South St., Cadiz, Ohio 43907.
The Zanesville Signal. Tuesday, April 12, 1955. p. 2.
CHILLICOTHE - Services for Mrs. Susanna C. Titus, 62, Perry county librarian for four years, will be held at 10:30 o'clock Wednesday morning at the Fawcett funeral home here. Burial will be at Springfield.
Mrs. Titus died Sunday afternoon while enroute from New Lexington to Chillicothe hospital in an ambulance after suffering a heart attack.
She previously resided in Chillecothe.
She was a member of the Ohio Library Association, and of the New Lexington Business and Professional Women's club.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Robert Bartlett, of Frankfort; six grandchildren, and a sister Mrs. Darl Miller, of Marion, Ind.
Delta Democrat-Times. Tuesday, November 4, 1975.
HOLLANDALE - Mrs. Tanzy Heard Titus, 70, a resident of 403 West Bee Bee St., died Thursday at Delta Medical Center in Greenville.
Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Pleasant Green Baptist Church in Hollandale with Rev. R. C. Addison officiating. Burial will be in the Hollandale Cemetery. Hollandale Mortuary has charge.
Mrs. Titus is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Cynthia Washington of Greenville, Mrs. Annie Laura Jones of Hollandale, and Mrs. Nomie May Davenport of Ft. Wayne, Ind.; three sons, Charles Titus and Sam Titus Jr., both of Joliet, Ill., and Artis Titus of Houston, Tex.; and two sisters, Mrs. Merlie Gails of Chicago, Ill. and Mrs. Georgia F. Timms of Decatur.
The Tribune. Wed., March 31, 1993. p. 4.
A memorial service was Saturday at the Springdale Community Church, with the Rev. Tim Nickerson officiating, for Springdale resident Terry L. Titus, 37, who died March 24.
Born in Kennewick, he worked for Exxon Oil Co. in the Hanford area. Mr. Titus moved to Springdale two years ago.
He is survived by two sons, Jeremy Titus and Terry Titus Jr., both of Springdale.
Hennessey-Smith Funeral Home, Spokane, was in charge of arrangements.
Trenton Evening Times. Thursday, February 24, 1910.
Theodore F. Titus died last evening at his home, 909 West State Street, of congestion of the lungs. He was in the seventy-sixth year of his age, and is survived by his wife.
He formerly lived at Harbourton, but for the last few years resided at 909 West State Street, this city. The funeral will take place Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from his late residence, with services in the Presbyterian Church at Pennington, N. J., the Rev. Dr. Henry Collin Minton, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, this city, of which the deceased was a member, will officiate. Interment will be made in the Pennington Cemetery, under direction of N. R. Blackwell.
Mr. Titus was an uncle of Deputy Surrogate Charles M. Titus and Harry M. and John M. Titus of the County Clerk's office.
The Daily Review. Wednesday, July 19, 1961. p. 20.
CASTRO VALLEY - Services for Theodore Titus, 34, of 4353 Lawrence Drive, will be in Castro Valley Mortuary, 20359 Lake Chabot Road, Friday at 8:30 a.m.
Mr. Titus died following an accident while working in San Francisco Monday.
He is survived by his widow, Ruby Titus, and his children, Steven, Daniel, Susan and Theodore Jr., all of Castro Valley. Also surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Titus, Castro Valley; his brothers, John, Arthur, and Albert Titus, and a sister, Mrs. Gloria Volk.
Mr. Titus was a member of the Masons, Bricklayers and Plasterers International Union, Local 19, and a barbershop singing group. He was a native of Alameda County.
Rosary will be recited at 8 a.m. tomorrow at the chapel. Requiem High Mass will be at Our Lady of Grace Parish Church, Castro Valley, at 9 a.m. Friday.
Burial will be at the Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Hayward.
Anderson Daily Bulletin. Saturday, May 7, 1966. p. 6.
Thomas H. Titus, 82, a former Madison County resident, died Friday morning at Indianapolis.
He was a son of John and Susan Titus, deceased. A brother, Walter M. Titus, died last November.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Laura Merrill of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Bertha Leer of Napa, Calif.; a brother, Hal D. Titus, and a sister, Olga Mish, both of Bradenton, Fla.
Final services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Monday at the Shirley Brothers Mortuary, Irvinglon, Indianapolis.
The Salt Lake Tribune. Thursday, September 19, 1957.
Thomas Lenwood Titus, 52, died Tuesday at 8:45 p.m. in a Salt Lake hospital after a lingering illness. Born July 9, 1905, Springville, to Orville LeRoy and Erma Tew Titus. Survivors: mother, Salt Lake City; three brothers; two sisters, LeRoy, San Francisco, Calif.; Elmer B., Alaska; Dean, Laura L. Wheeler, Bardell T. Jorgensen, Salt Lake City. Private funeral Friday.
Delaware Weekly Advertiser. Thursday, May 29, 1828.
Married. On Thursday evening the 15th inst. by the Rev. John P. Peckworth, Mr. Thomas Titus, to Miss Sarah Higgins, both of New Castle County, Del.
Marshall Evening Chronicle. Thursday, May 19, 1938. p. 1.
COLDWATER, Mich., May 19. - (UP) - Thurlow Titus, 78, president of the Titus Foundry Company, one of the oldest concerns in this area, died today.
Titus succombed in the home where he was born. Death resulted from injuries suffered in a fall recently.
Titus began work at the age of 16 in the foundry his father founded in 1854. He became president in 1893 upon the death of his father and remained as active head of the organization until last year.
He leaves a widow, Mrs. Clara Belle Titus, to whom he had been married 49 years.
The Mexia Daily News. Friday, Jan. 9, 1970. p. 7.
Funeral services for Travis Lee Titus, 52, a lifelong resident of Freestone County, will be conducted Sunday at 1 p.m. in Owens Chapel Church of God in Christ.
Officiating will be Elder J.J. Hemphill of the Owens Chapel community. Burial will be in Pine Top Cemetery (Freestone County), under direction of Dorsey-Keatts Funeral Home.
A member of the Church of God in Christ, Mr. Titus lived on Route 1, Oakwood. He died Tuesday at 7 a.m. in the Veterans Hospital at Marlin.
Surviving are his wife, Katie of Oakwood; his mother, Mrs. Johnnie Malone of Oakwood; a son, Vincent Lee Titus of Oakwood; five daughters, Gloria Dean Titus of Dallas, Shirley Joylene Titus of Austin, Eulanda Faye Titus, Veonia Bacelia Titus and Parischilla Annette Titus, all of Oakwood.
Also surviving are six sisters; Mrs. Ettress Mae Durham of Oakwood, Mrs. Irene Keaton, Miss Mamie Titus, Miss Bertha Rene Titus, Mrs. Maybelle Jefferson, and Mrs. Emma Hunter, all of Los Angeles, Calif.; and six step-sisters, Mrs. Roberta Manning of Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Odessa Manning and Mrs. Versie Tubbs, both of Oakwood, Mrs. Ruby Wilson of Waco, Mrs. Leola Jones of Dallas, and Mrs. Eddie Mae Burns of Fairfield.
The Pinedale Roundup. Thursday, August 22, 1974. p. 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Titusof Philadelphia, PA are the proud parents of a daughter born Aug. 19, 1974. She weighed eight pounds eight ounces and was named Valerie Beth. She joins one sister at home. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Priebe of Boulder and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Titus of Cheyenne.
Aiken Standard. Thursday, February 13, 1992. p. 2B.
Verna Elizabeth Titus died Tuesday, Feb. 11, 1992 in Mattie C. Hall Health Care Center.
Mrs. Titus, 100, resided at 830 Laurens St.
Graveside services will be held at 4 p.m. today in Aiken Memorial Park with the Rev. M. Eugene Mullikin officiating.
Mrs Titus, a native of Sioux City, Iowa, was a homemaker. She was a member of St. John's United Methodist Church of Augusta.
Survivors include a daughter, Patricia Koelker, Aiken; a sister, Mrs. Frank McIntosh, Scottsdale, AZ; three grandchildren; Michael Koelker, San Francisco, CA, Anthony James Koelker, Summerville, SC, and Malia Koelker, Aiken; two great-grandchildren, Katherine Bryce Koelker and Evan James Koelker, both of Summerville.
Memorials may be made to the charity of one's choice.
The George Funeral Home, Downtown, is in charge of arrangemants.
The Daily Republic. Wednesday, August 31, 1966. p. 2.
Funeral services for Mrs. Robert J. (Verna) Titus, 83, Letcher, were this morning at the Schenk-Noble-Murphy Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Hans Pope officiating.
Organist was Mrs. Clarence Edwards, Letcher, and the vocalists, David and Marie Parce, Letcher.
Burial was in Butler Cemetery at Letcher with Aaron Alt, Alvin Larimer, Clarence and LeRoy Northrup, Homer Parce and Paul Van Overschelde, all of Letcher, as pallbearers.
Mrs. Titus died Aug. 27 at her home.
Ogden Standard-Examiner. Monday, September 18, 1957. p. 8B.
Public Masonic funeral services for Vernon H. (Bill) Titus, husband of Janice Venable Titus, of 310 20th St., will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel with Worshipful Master H. Gene Fisher of the George Washington Lodge No. 24 officiating. Friends may call at the mortuary Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday prior to services. Interment in the Hooper City Cemetery, directed by Lindquist and Sons Murtuary.
Journal-Tribune. Thursday, October 13, 2005. p. 3A.
Vilda Carmen Titus Wolever, 85, of East Liberty, died Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005, at the Gables at Green Pastures in Marysville after a nine-month battle with lung cancer.
A loving wife, mother, grandmother, and greatgrandmother, she was a registered nurse and worked for 22 years in the office of Dr. Richard A. Firmin in Zanesfield. She formerly worked as a nurse at Mary Rutan Hospital and Latham's Nursing Home and served as a factory nurse for DAB, all in Bellefontaine, and early in her career worked at White Cross Hospital in Columbus, which is now Riverside Methodist Hospital. She gave many years of care giving to her family, friends and community.
She was a faithful and active longtime member of the East Liberty United Methodist Church where she served as choir director for 25 years, taught Sunday school for many years, served on the administrative board and the board of trustees, and was a member of the Miriam Circle.
She graduated from Zanesville-Monroe High School in 1937 and the Bethesda School of Nursing in Cincinnati in 1941.
She was a former advisor with the East Liberty Stitch and Rippers 4_H club and enjoyed her association with her bridge and eucre clubs and the JG Club which began as the Babes 'o' Brides Club and progressed to the Jolly Grandmothers Club. She was a regular attendee of the Thursday Senior Luncheon at the West Mansfield Conservation Club and enjoyed visiting with friends, She had a love for crossword puzzles, reading, and travelling and enjoyed many trips throughout the United States and abroad.
Her greatest treasure was her family and her devotion to God. She will be best remembered for her lifetime passion for knitting and each member of her family will forever treasure his or her own personally knitted Christmas stocking.
She was born Nov. 15, 1919, in Big Springs, to the late Howard G. and Hazel Deardorff Titus. She married Lloyd R. Wolever on July 26, 1942, and he preceded her in death on June 14, 1989. She was also predeceased by a sister, Patricia Elliott, and two brothers, John and Gleston Titus.
Survivors include two daughters, Annadelle (Steve) Blum of Powell, and Nancy (Melvin) Stratton of Zanesfield; a son, Jim (Judy) Wolever of Bellefontaine; nine grandchildren, Brad Haynes, DeAnn (Rainy) Murphy, Tara (Chris) Brenning, Kevin (Beckie) Stratton, Michelle (Ryan) Lane, Melissa (Matt) Straker, and Clara, Cole and Jessica Wolever; 11 great-grandchildren; four step-great-grandchildren; two sisters, Catherine Chamberlain of Bellefontaine, and Laonia (George) Coder of West Mansfield; two sisters-in-law, Margaret Wolever of Marysville, and Annie Wolever Strohl of Michigan; a brother-in-law, Carl "Huck" (Sue) Elliott of West Mansfield; many nieces and nephews, and her church family.
Calling hours will be Friday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. at the Mannasmith-Schnurrenberger Funeral Home, West Mansfield. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at East Liberty United Methodist Church with the Revs. Roger Gordon, Larry Cameron, and John Etey officiating. Burial will take place at East Liberty Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to the East Liberty United Methodist Church Window Fund in care of the funeral home.
Delta Democrat-Times. Friday, September 6, 1968. p. 3.
SCOTT - Funeral services for Mrs. Vine Carson, 69, of 347 N. Orange in Greenville will be held Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the Seven Star Baptist Church. Burial will be in the Miles Cemetery. Bea's Century Funeral Home of Greenville in charge.
Mrs. Carson died Sept. 1. She was born in Liberty.
Survivors include two sons, Walter Titus of Chicago, Ill. and Eddie Titus of Galveston, Tex., a nephew, Freddie Taylor of Chicago, grandsons Sammie Lee Titus and Melvin Titus of Greenville and five other grandchildren.
Pharos-Tribune. Sunday, December 10, 1989. p. 2.
Services for Violet L. Titus, 69, Gardner, Ill., will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in McClosky-Hamilton-Gundrum Funeral Home.
She died at 4 p.m. Friday at St. Joseph Medical Center in Joliet, Ill.
Born June 20, 1920, in Logansport, she was the daughter of Ora Baker and Maude Ammeran. She was married July 19, 1937, in Defiance, Ohio, to Harold Titus, who survives.
She worked for Esex Wire Corp. in Logansport for 10 years.
She was a member of Mazon Baptist Church in Mazon, Ill.
Also surviving are three daughters, Marlene Michaels, Braidwood, Ill., Cletus "Jackie" Emery, Logansport, and Diana Tkachik, Gardner, Ill.; five sons, Harold F. Titus, Morningside, Md., Ronald L. and Daniel E., both of Gardner, Ill., Allan L. St. Mary's Ga., and Ora W., Godley, Ill.; two sisters, Pauline Yard, Morris, Ill., and Martha Alley, Kokomo; 28 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren.
The Rev. William Art Maloney will officiate the services. Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday in the funeral home.
The News. Wednesday, Jan. 28, 1948. p. 5.
Funeral services were held last Thursday at 11 a.m. for Mrs. Virgie McKimmey Titus, 62, wife of the late Tunis Titus, who died January 19 at her home at Lucketts Va., after several days illness of paralysis.
The services were held at Faith Chapel Presbyterian Church of which she was a member. Rev. Henry L. Willis of Waterford conducted the services.
The deceased was the daughter of the late Charles Frank and Sara Anne Edward McKimmey of Lucketts and spent all her lifetime in the Lucketts community.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Reginald K. Gheen of Leesburg; a son, Roy F. Titus of Lucketts; four brothers, Elbert McKimmey of Waterford; C. Irvin and Lennox T. McKimmey, both of Lovettsville, and Bernard W. McKimmey of Lucketts; one sister, Mrs. Lola Patton, of Silver Spring, Md., also three grandchildren, Sara Esther and Betty Titus of Lucketts and Kenneth Guy Gheen of Leesburg.
Pallbearers were Vance Stowers, Roger Fry, William Heater, Brownie and Richard Stocke and Edgar Barnhouse. Interment was in Union cemetery, Leesburg.
The Frederick Post. Tuesday Morning, August 2, 1927. p. 5.
Mrs. Virginia Howser Titus, 73, widow of Burr T. Titus, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George W. Titus, of Lucketts, from infirmities. Mrs. Titus was born near Leesburg, and had lived in Loudoun county all of her life. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. George W. Titus, Lucketts, Va., Mrs. Charles W. Fry, Tuscarora; Mrs. Charles W. Couder, Lovettsville, Va.; Mrs. Charles Shy, Leesburg, Va,; and five sons, W. R. Titus, Tuscarora; E. B. Titus, Point of Rocks; Townsen Titus, Brunswick; and Marshall Titus, Adamstown.
The Wisconsin State Journal. Tuesday, March 5, 1935. p. 5.
W. D. Little, 45, University of Wisconsin graduate and husband of the former Florence Titus of Madison, died recently at his home in Morrison, Ill., where he was a prominent attorney.
Graduated by the University of Wisconsin in 1913, he went on to the University of Pennsylvania, where he took his law degree in 1915 and returned to Madison to marry the then Florence Titus, daughter of A. C. Titus, assistant attorney-general of Wisconsin.
Surviving are the widow, four children, Florence, Bennie Alfred, William Douglas Jr., and Margaret Chapman Little, Geneva, Ill., and three sisters.
Funeral services were held at Genova.
Northwest Arkansas Times. Friday, Jan. 18, 1974. p. 2.
W. E. (Bill) Titus, 79, of West Fork died Thursday in a local hospital. Born June 19, 1894 in Woolsey, he was the son of Mack and Irene Peters Titus, and was a Baptist.
He is survived by two sons, Max of Gallup, N.M., and Jim Bill of Denton, Texas; four daughters Mrs Roberta Woods of West Fork, Mrs. Irene Lunsford of Talala, Okla., Mrs. Margaret Stewart of Fayetteville and Mrs. Reba Sharron Sparkman of Pilot Point, Texas.
Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Saturday in Brentwood Church with burial, under direction of Nelson's Funeral Home, in Brentwood Cemetery.
Idaho Sunday Journal. Sunday, March 22, 1953. p. 1.
Police late last night were quizzing witnesses to the mystery death of W. H. Titus, 54, of 327 South Hayes.
Prosecuting Attorney Hugh Maguire said no charges will be placed pending an autopsy today and a coroner's inquest tomorrow at 2 p.m.
Titus was dead on arrival at Bannock memorial hospital yesterday at 6:50 p.m. following a scuffle in the Solo Cigar store, 242 West Center.
Police chief A. L. Oliver said that a fist fight followed an argument at 5 p.m. Witnesses told officers they were hesitant about summoning police or medical assistance for they believed Titus lost consciousness.
After unsuccessful attempts to revive him an ambulance was called and Titus was removed to the hospital.
Maguire said police told one man not to leave town.
An employe of the public works department of the Naval Ordnance plant, Titus is survived by his wife, a son, W. H. Titus Jr., both of Pocatello, and a daughter, Mrs, George Baird, Soda Springs.
Idaho Sunday Journal. Sunday, October 24, 1954. p. 9
Mrs. Jeneath Titus, 327 South Hayes, has filed a $50,000 damage suit against R. C. Hillman, operator of the Solo Cigar store, 252 East center, in connection with the death of her husband.
Mrs. Titus charged in her District Court complaint that her husband, William H. Titus, 54, a machinist, died March 21, 1953, within an hour after suffering a severe beating at 4 p.m. in the Solo Cigar.
The complaint said further that Vern Burke, a customer in the Solo when Titus went there, administered the beating, but Frank B. Larson, the store manager, failed to evict Burke and neglected to provide police protection although "he had been requested to take steps to avoid trouble."
Hillman was charged by Mrs. Titus with failing to maintain the Solo with reasonable precautions for protecting his customers since the merchandise sold there included alcoholic beverages.
It was charged that Titus suffered a cerebral hemorrhage from violent blows about the face and head.
The Eau Claire Leader. Tuesday, April 7, 1914. p. 1.
DULUTH, Minn. April 6. - Although the mystery which shrouds the death of the late John McAlpine, wealthy Duluth lumberman, who was found shot through the head in the besement of his East end home on the morning of Aug. 15, 1913, is yet unsolved, facts and circumstances have come to light within the last few days which are claimed by some to support the theory that the well known lumberman was not murdered but came to his death by his own hand.
A motive for suicide is said to have been supplied through the fact that at the time of his death he was quite deeply involved financially, that claims aggregating between $200,000 and $300,000 had piled up against him, as a result of various deals, and that he was engaged at the time in a controversy in the courts of California over the title to timber lamds estimated to be worth more that $250,000.
The suicide theory is inclined to by Mrs. Mattie B. Titus, widow of W. M. Titus, a former business associate, who has been in the city for the last few days gathering data and information to be used in a lawsuit, which she is bringing in the courts of California against the McAlpine estate. Mrs. Titus and Mrs. Sarah McAlpine, widow of John McAlpine, are sisters. Mrs. Titus is suing the McAlpine estate as administratix of her husband's estate.
In the pending litigation it is claimed that Titus purchased a half interest in a large tract of land and had the property recorded in McAlpine's name with the understanding that he, Titus, was to receive a title to one-half of McAlpine's interest of one-fourth of the entire tract, upon payment to McAlpine of $78.000. Pursuant to this agreement a contract for a deed was entered into between the two men.
While Mr. and Mrs. Titus were on their way to San Francisco during the month of October, 1911, for the purpose of raising the $78,000 required, Titus died.
It is understood that the defense to the suit will be that Titus released McAlpine from the contract for deed. According to Mrs. Titus the purported release will be contested as a forgery.
News Tribune. Thursday, December 19, 1968. p. 3.
JENSEN BEACH - Walter Cox Titus, 66, of Oakline Dr., died at his home Wednesday. A native of Jamesburg, N.J., he had lived there for the past three years.
He was a member of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite, Valley at Trenton, N.J. and a 32nd degree Mason, and a Shriner, Crescent Temple of Trenton. He was also a member of the North Brunswick Reformed Church and the Schrine Club of Stuart.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Dorothy Titus, and a brother.
Funeral services will be held at Johns Funeral Home Chapel Saturday at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Alten Stuart, pastor of the United Methodist Church of Stuart, officiating.
Burial will be in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, St. Lucie County. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday.
The Evening Independent. Thursday, December 9, 1971. p. 3.
Walter E. Titus, 79, of 412 2nd st NE, died at his residence Wednesday after being under medical care for some time.
He was born in York, Pa., and had resided in Massillon since 1917. He retired in 1956 as a brakeman for the predecessor companies to the Norfolk and Western Railway. He was a member of St. Mary's Catholic church.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Mary Titus and a sister, Mrs. E. E. Rider of York, Pa.
The funeral will be Friday at 9 a.m. in St. Mary's church. Interment will be Saturday morning in Prospect cemetery, York, Pa.
The body is at the Heitger funeral home, where friends may call this evening, 7 to 9. The Rosary will be prayed at 7 p.m., in the funeral home.
The Times. Tuesday, July 16, 1968. p. 23.
Walter F. Titus, president of Duro Consolidated Inc. of Menlo Park and former vice president of IBM died Sunday at Mills Hospital.
He had lived at 1041 La Cuesta, Hillsborough and was a resident of this area for 25 years. He was also former vice president of Sperry Gyroscope Company. A native of New York, he was 82,
He was the husband of the late Isabelle Titus and is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Herman Speh, of Huntington, N.Y., Mrs. Bruce Thomas of San Mato, and Mrs. Paul Havener of New York, N.Y.; a sister, Miss Dorothy Titus of Philadelphia, Pa., and four grandchildren.
Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Crosby N. Gray Funeral Chapel with inurnment private. Contributions to the American Cancer Society are requested.
The Salt Lake Tribune. Monday, February 14, 1966. p. 29.
POCATELLO - Walter L. Titus, 68, Pocatello, died Friday morning in a Pocatello hospital after a long illness. Born March 6, 1897, Suffolk, Va., to Walter J. and Martha Johnston Titus. Married Mary A. Radlinger April 5, 1921, St. Paul, Minn. Horticulturist. Resident of Pocatello since 1921. Operated nursery. In charge of Bannock County Fairgrounds landscaping. Member First United Presbyterian Church, Keystone Lodge 81, A. F and A. M. Pocatello, York Rite Bodies, Radiant Chapter 61, Order of Eastern Star, Pocatello Garden Club. Survivors: widow; son, daughter, Walter L. Jr., Great Falls, Mont,; Mrs Martha Culver, Oceanside Calif.; 8 grandchildren; sister, Mrs. Howard E. Wright, Petersburg, Va. Funeral Monday 2 a.m., Downard Chapel. Burial Mt. Moriah Cemetery.
The New York Times. Friday, October 27, 1899. p. 7.
There were two out-of-town weddings yesterday, those of Mr. James Richardson of Providence and Miss Elizabeth Ellen de Kay, at Marion, Mass., and of Warren H. Titus of this city and Miss Fredericka S. Havemeyer, daughter of Mr. Augustus H. Havemeyer, of New Windsor, N.Y., which were of much interest in New York and were attended by many people from this city. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson were married in St. Gabriel's Chapel, at Marion, and the ceremony which united Mr. and Mrs. Titus was celebrated at the country residence of the bride's father at Cedarhurst. Mrs. Titus is a second or third cousin of the New York Havemeyers through her father. Her parents and herself have always lived at their country place and are not as well known in New York as their cousins. Among Miss Havermeyer's bridesmaids was her cousin, Miss Edwyna Lee of this city, a sister of Mrs. Lieut. Jeffries.
The Boston Daily Globe. Monday, January 30, 1893. p. 2.
Rockland, Me., Jan. 30. - Wellington J. Titus, formerly United States shipping commissioner of this port, died early this morning of hemorrhage. He had been ill for over a year. Mr. Titus for many years carried on the fishing business and was known and respected. He was about 50 years of age; leaves a widow and one son, Daniel W.
The Post Standard. Tuesday Morning. June 23, 1908.
Healthy and agile as a boy of 20, Rev. Wicks Smith Titus will celebrate his eighty-eighth birthday today, and his grandson, Paul Titus, will graduate from Yale Medical College tomorrow.
Mr. Titus attributes his health and longevity to carefully prescribed exercise, with special reference to walking, combined with the fact that he never drinks tea, coffee or liquor and has never used tobacco in any form.
As a pre-celebration of his birthday, Mr. Titus walked down to the city from his home at No. 204 Hawley avenue yesterday to attend the last meeting of the Ministerial Association before vacation. He has been a regular attendant at these meetings all winter and scarcely a day has passed during the year that he has not taken a walk of at least three-quarters of a mile.
Mr. Titus was born in the Town of Victory, Cayuga county, June 22, 1820, and preached his first sermon as a Methodist clergyman at the age of 18 years in the Town of Conquest, Cayuga county. During his years of active ministry, which closed in 1890 in Remsen, Mr. Titus served twenty charges. For a number of years he has attended services at the First Reformed Church in James street.
He lives with his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Chena V. Titus, widow of Frank Titus, and he has one daughter, Miss Clara Edith Titus, a kindergarten teacher in Brooklyn. His wife died seventeen years ago. She was Sarah Elmer Newman, daughter of Rev. Thomas Newman, a well-known clergyman in the New York conference.
Mr Titus is proud of his grandson, who will graduate to-morrow from Yale Medical College at New Haven. He is well known here, having done considerable newspaper work while a student in Syracuse High School and during vacation seasons.
Young Mr. Titus is 23 years old and after a few months at the New York Post Graduate Hospital in New York he will go to Germany to take post-graduate work. It is his intention to locate in New York. He was editor-in-chief of the 1908 Year Book at Yale and has served on the Editorial Board of the Yale Medical Journal for several years. He will be home for a short stay after graduation.
Senior Mr. Titus will celebrate his birthday by receiving a number of his intimate friends informally this afternoon at his home.
Wisconsin State Journal. Monday, September 5, 1966. Sect. 2, p.5.
EMERALD GROVE - Wilbur E. Titus, 61, Emerald Grove, died Sunday (Sept. 4, 1966) in a Madison hospital after an illness.
Surviving are his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Peter Dregne, Platteville; Mrs. Roy Gasser, LaValle; two sisters, Miss Neleta Titus, Clinton; W. P. Ransom; and five grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements are pending at the Overton funeral home, Janesville.
The Sun. Monday, June 3, 1968.
William A. Titus, 54, former Yuman died Friday at his home in Kingman, Arizona, of Heart trouble. He was born in Port Jefferson, New York, in 1914.
He lived in Yuma for seven years. While here he was employed by Bruce Church Ranches and appeared regularly on the Swift Ford Hour Friday night movie.
Rosary will be said at 7:30 this evening at the Van Marter-Hale Mortuary in Kingman. Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Johns Methodist Church, Kingman.
Survivors include his wife, Gladys and two brothers, Steven Andrew Titus of Guam and James William Titus, presently stationed in Vietnam with U.S. Army.
The Sheboygan Press. Wednesday, February 7, 1951,
Funeral services for William A. Titus, 82, former state senator and widely known Wisconsin historian and writer, who died at his home here Friday, were held Monday at 3:30 p.m. in the Candlish chapel. Burial was in the family plot at Rienzl cemetery.
The Rt. Rev. Harwood Sturtovant, bishop of the Fond du Lac Episcopal diocese, who officiated, told of the many achievements of Mr. Titus and read from a volume of poems which the latter had written during his life time.
Mrs. Dann C. Lamb played several of Mr. Titus' favorite musical selections on the organ during the services.
Active pallbearers were Clayton F. Van Pelt, Richard W. Mills, Flint H. Jones, A, Eugene Hatch, William E. Rutz and Thomas C. Rosenthal. Sr. Honorary pallbearers were Dean George C, Sellery and Dr, Clifford Lord, both of Madison; Charles E. Broughton, Sheboygan; Col. Lawrence Whittet, Edgerton and Charles Hotalling, Dr. William H. Folsom, George Stanchfield and Arthur J. Kremer.
Among the out of-town persons who attended the funeral were Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Richards, Rhinelander; Dr. and Mrs. John H. Skavlem, Cincinnati, Ohio; Dr. and Mrs. Lynne E. Baker, Dayton, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Franklin E. Bump, Jr., Wausau; Miss Jill Bump, Madison, Mr. and Mrs Owen Skavlem, Plymouth; Mrs. L. A. Chase, Madison; Lucius P. Chase, Kohler; Walter Bubbert, Milwaukee, and others from Eden and nearby places - Fond du Lac Commenwealth Reporter.
Wisconsin State Journal. Sunday, February 4, 1951. Sect. 1, p. 12.
FOND DU LAC - Funeral services will be held here Monday for William A. Titus, 82, curator and former president of the Wisconsin Historical society and one-time state senator who died at his home late Friday.
A pioneer in the development of the state's conservation laws, Titus was a member of the state senate from 1920 to 1928. He introduced the original bill for the creation of the Wisconsin conservation commission.
He was also widely known for his books and articles on Wisconsin history.
Survivors are his wife; two sons, Arthur and Robert, Fond du Lac; and four daughters, Mrs. C. A. Richards, Rhinelander; Mrs. F. E. Pump, Wausau; Mrs. John H. Skavlem, Cincinnati; and Mrs. L. E. Baker, Dayton, O.
Ironwood Daily Globe. Saturday, February 3, 1951. p. 2.
Fond du Lac, Wis. - (AP) - William A. Titus, 72, curator and former president of the Wisconsin Historical Society and one-time state senator, died at his home Friday night.
A pioneer in the development of many of the state's conservation laws, Titus was a member of the state senate from 1920 to 1928. He introduced the original bill for the creation of the Wisconsin State Conservation commission.
Titus was widely known for his books and articles on Wisconsin history.
In addition to his widow, survivors include two sons, Arthur and Robert, of Fond du Lac, and four daughters, Mrs. C. C. Richards, Rhinelander; Mrs. F. E. Pump, Wausau; Mrs. John H. Skavlem, Cincinnati, and Mrs. L. E. Baker, Dayton, O.
Funeral services will be held here Monday.
Idaho State Journal. Friday, February 9, 1962. p. 2.
SODA SPRINGS - William Edwin Corbett Sr., former Caribou County Commissioner, died Thursday in an Idaho Falls hospital of a cerebral hemorrhage.
Mr. Corbett, 64, was a commissioner from 1958 to 1960 when he resigned because of ill health. He had been a resident of Soda Springs since 1948 and operated farms with his son, William Corbett Jr. He was co-owner and manager of the City Transfer and Srorage Co. in Soda Springs.
Mr. Corbett was born Sept. 23, 1897, in Smithfield, Utah, a son of William and Annie Christina Peterson Corbett. He came to Idaho as a child and lived on a farm at Turner, Near Grace.
He attended high school at Smithfield, and an engineering school at Kansas City, MO.
He married Thelma Titus March 15, 1926, at Rexburg. In September of 1958, he was seriously hurt in an automobile accident north of Soda Springs and never fully recovered.
Mr, Corbett was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Pocatello Elks Lodge.
Surviving are his widow and a son, William E. Corbett Jr., both of Soda Springs daughters, Carol, Pocatello, and Cathy, Soda Springs; brothers Dan H. and Roy Corbett, both of Grace, and Dr. Glenn W. Corbett, Idaho Falls; sisters, Mrs. Albert Allsop, Mrs. Floyd Sorenson, Mrs. Mildred Ashbaxer and Mrs. Don Panter, all of Grace, and Mrs. Rulon Titus, Baker, Ore.
Two granddaughters also survive.
Services will be Monday at 1 p.m. in the Soda Springs LDS Chapel. Friands may call at the funeral home Sunday evening and Monday until time of services. Burial will be in Grace Cemetery under direction of Allen Funeral Home.
The Post-Standard. December 30, 1967.
CATO - William E. Titus, 69, of North Street, died yesterday at Auburn Memorial Hospital after a short illness.
Born in Auburn, he had been a resident of Cato since 1920. He retired in 1961 as head bus mechanic at Cato-Meridian Central School.
An Army veteran of World War I, Mr. Titus was a charter member of the LaBuff Cole Post 911 of the American Legion.
Mr. Titus was a member of the Cato High School board and has been a Republican committeeman for the Town of Ira, First District, for many years.
Surviving are his wife, Edna B. Bogart Titus; two daughters, Mrs. T. G. Littlefield of Washington and Mrs. Harry Godkin of Baldwinville, and four grandchildren.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Jewell Funeral Home, the Rev. James F. Shaw officiating. Burial will be in Cato Union Hill Cemetery.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday and from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the funeral home.
The Post. Friday, April 8, 1983. p. A-2.
Mr. William Franklin Titus, 69, Lucketts, Va., died Wednesday, April 6, at Loudoun Memorial Hospital, Leesburg, Va.
Born Dec. 11, 1913 in Lucketts, Va., he was a son of George William Titus and India Titus.
Mr. Titus had farmed in the Lucketts area for 42 years and was the owner and operator of the Little Rock Motel in Lucketts for 20 years. He was one of the organizers of the Lucketts Volunteer Fire Company, which was organized in 1960.
Mr. Titus is survived by his wife, Annabel Hall Titus; two sons, William H. Titus and Carey Jackson Titus, both of Lucketts; one granddaughter, Susan R, Titus; four grandsons, Scott W. Titus, Ian J. Titus, Brent C. Titus, and Justin W. Titus, all of Lucketts.
A brother, J. Nelson Titus, predeceased Mr. Titus in 1966.
Friands may call at the Loudoun Funeral Chapel, 31 S. Catoctin Circle, Leesburg, Va., where the family will be present from 7-9 p.m. Friday, April 8, and were funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 9. Interment will be at Union Cemetery, Leesburg, Va.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Lucketts Volunteer Fire Company, in care of James Goss, Rt. 4, Box 501, Leesburg, Va. 22075.
The Luddington Daily News. Monday, July 16, 1934. p. 1.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Grams of 106 North Ferry street returned Saturday from Glencoe, Ill., where they attended funeral services for Mrs. Grams' uncle, William H. Titus.
Mr. Titus, who was 68, died Saturday, July 7, after a long illness.
For 40 years Mr. Titus had been associated with Cluett Peabody & Co., manufacturers of Arrow brand shirts and collars, and at the time of his death he was vice president of the concern.
Mr. Titus was a life member of Chicago Historical Society. Before moving to Glencoe nine years ago he lived at the historic Hotel Virginia in Chicago. He was a member of the Masonic lodge.
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, July 10, at Rosehill cemetery mausoleum chapel with Rev. Benjamin M. Will of North Shore Methodist Episcopal church at Glencoe officiating.
Mrs. Grams is Mr. Titus' only survivor.
The New York Times. Wednesday, August 4, 1897.
William Q. Titus, who died at his residence, 226 East Thirtieth Street, was a member of the last Constitutional Convention, and had been a practising lawyer in this city since 1883. In the Constitutional Convention he favored woman suffrage. For the past few years he has been in partnership in the law business with Victor J. Dowling, the Tammany leader of the Twenty-fourth Assembly District, their offices being in the Stewart Building. Mr. Titus had always been a Tammany man in politics, and was a member of the General Committee, the Committee on Organization, and the General Committee of the Twentieth Assembly District. He was a member of St. Stephen's Roman Catholic Church, and his funeral will take place from there at 10 A.M. today. Acting Captain Titus of the Eldridge Street Police Station is Mr. Titus's brother.
Furgus Falls Daily Journal. Tuesday, Nov. 17, 1964. p. 11.
William R. Titus, 73, of Enderlin, N.D., died at his home there Wednesday. Funeral services were held in Enderlin on Monday at the Methodist Church.
Mr. Titus was born Dec. 5, 1890, in Fergus Falls. He married Minnie Nelson June 24, 1920, at Lisbon, N.D.
Besides his wife he leaves three sons and two daughters. Among other survivors is Mrs. Emerson Molter of Fergus Falls, a sister.
The Titusville Herald. Thursday, April 13, 1905. p. 4.
Mrs. Wreathy Jones Titus died Tuesday morning at her home in Union City. She was well and favorably known in this vicinity, where she once resided. She leaves her husband, Cassius Titus, and three small children to mourn her loss.
The Arizona Republic. Wednesday, April 6, 1966. p. 28.
SUN CITY - Services and burial for Zee R. Titus, 64, a retired sales representative for Keystone Steel and Wire Co. in Peoria, Ill., will be in Omaha, Neb.
Mr. Titus, 12202 Pebble Beach Drive, died Sunday in his home. He moved here six months ago from Omaha. He had been with the steel firm 22 years.
He was a Masonic lodge member in Omaha, the Consistory and Shrine in Hastings, Neb., the Siwa Shrine Club in Omaha and the Sun City Square Club. He was born in Blair, Neb.
Surviving are his wife, Ruth; two daughters, Beverly Titus of Scottsdale and Mrs. Margie Olson of Omaha; a sister, Mrs. Pearl Ling of Omaha; and five grandchildren.