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Bessie Naoma SmithAge: 77 years18841962

Name
Bessie Naoma Smith
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Bessie Naoma
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Smith
Birth February 12, 1884 49 39
MarriageRobert Lee BoganView this family
October 18, 1906 (Age 22 years)
Death of a fatherIsaac William Smith
September 26, 1913 (Age 29 years)

Death of a motherSusanna Sechrist
January 15, 1914 (Age 29 years)

Birth of a daughter
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Mary Louise Bogan
May 22, 1920 (Age 36 years)

Death of a husbandRobert Lee Bogan
August 16, 1923 (Age 39 years)
Death January 17, 1962 (Age 77 years)
Obituary
Marion Star
January 18, 1962 (1 day after death)

Note: "Mrs Bessie Naoma Klosser, 77, of 434 N. Union St. died at 5:50 pm Wed in a Tiffin hospital after a 10 year illness. She was born in North Robinson Feb 12, 1884 to Isaac W and Susanna Secrist Smith. Her first husband, Robert L. Bogan, died in Aug 1923. She married Charles E. Klossner Feb 12, 1928. He survies with a daughter, Mrs Mary Lou Rumpler of Sidney, 5 grandchildren; a sister, Mrs Samuel Craig of Mansfield, and a brother, Kelley Smith of Bellville [sic]. 8 brothers and sisters preceded her in death. Mrs Klossner came to Galion from North Robinson 54 years ago. She was a member of First Methodist Church here for more than 50 years, taught Sunday school for 24 years, sang in the choir and was a member of the Naomi Class of the church... Burial will be in Fairview Cem here..." Marion Star, 18 Jan 1962
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Marriage: June 29, 1862Crawford Co, OH
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Marriage: October 18, 1906Crawford County, OH
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Obituary

"Mrs Bessie Naoma Klosser, 77, of 434 N. Union St. died at 5:50 pm Wed in a Tiffin hospital after a 10 year illness. She was born in North Robinson Feb 12, 1884 to Isaac W and Susanna Secrist Smith. Her first husband, Robert L. Bogan, died in Aug 1923. She married Charles E. Klossner Feb 12, 1928. He survies with a daughter, Mrs Mary Lou Rumpler of Sidney, 5 grandchildren; a sister, Mrs Samuel Craig of Mansfield, and a brother, Kelley Smith of Bellville [sic]. 8 brothers and sisters preceded her in death. Mrs Klossner came to Galion from North Robinson 54 years ago. She was a member of First Methodist Church here for more than 50 years, taught Sunday school for 24 years, sang in the choir and was a member of the Naomi Class of the church... Burial will be in Fairview Cem here..." Marion Star, 18 Jan 1962

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Not a daughter of Alvin Smith Working as a Servant to Jane Lust in Chatfield Twp in 1910