Obituaries for
Daniel & Magdalena Goeglein Descendants
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Mrs. Elizabeth Goeglein Fick
Lawrence Fick
Jacob Fick
Mrs. Elizabeth Goeglein Fick
1819 – 1899

Widow of the late Lawrence Fick, died at her home on Monkey Run on the evening of January 14th, age 78 years.  Deceased was born in Munheim, Germany, and came to Pomeroy 60 years ago, when she married Mr. Fick and resided there until the time of her death.  She was the mother of 15 children, 12 of whom are living; Mrs. George Ohlinger, of Haydenville, Ohio; Jacob Fick, of Chester township; Mrs. Wm. Guinther, of Pomeroy; John Fick, of Glouster; Wm. Fick, of Middleport; Mrs. John Greuser, of Minersville; Mrs. Nicholes Ruschel of Cecil, Pa.  Deceased has a brother in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and one in Colorado, and a sister, Mrs. John Theiss, in Zanesville.  She leaves 71 grandchildren and 69 great-grand children.  The funeral took place from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran church, yesterday afternoon at 2 o’clock, Rev. Rose officiating, burial at Beech Grove.  Those from a distance to attend the funeral were Mrs. Ohlinger, of Haydenville; John Fick, of Glouster; Conrad Fick, of Cecil, and Mrs. Theiss, of Zanesville.

Taken from “The leader” of Pomeroy, Ohio – Jan 19, 1899, edition…

Elizabeth Fick b. 07 March 1820 Mannheim, Germany, died at Monkey Run (lower end of Pomeroy) on 14 Jan., 1899.  She came to the U.S. in 1838 and stopped at Nye’s Landing.  She married in 1840 to Lawrence Fick, who died June, 1892.  Sixteen children were born to them – 12 of whom survive:  Mrs. George Ohlinger, Haydenville, Ohio; Mrs. William Ginther, Pomeroy, Ohio; Jacob Fick, Chester, Ohio; John Fick Glouster, Ohio; Mrs. John Grueser, Minersville, Ohio; William Fick, Middleport, Ohio; Mrs. Nick Ruschel, Cecil, Pa; Philip Fick, Pomeroy, Ohio; Conrad Fick, Cecil, Pa; Mrs. Jacob Meier, Pomeroy, Ohio; George Fick, Pomeroy, Ohio; Mrs Joseph Ruschel, Cecil, Pa.  There are 71 grandchildren and 69 great-grandchildren.  Funeral services were held at the German Methodist Episcopal Church where she was the 2nd oldest member.  She is buried in Beech Grove Cemetery.

Lawrence Fick
1818 – 1892

“The Tribune” – June 15, 1892

Sunday morning Lawrence Fick an aged and respected citizen of the Fourth Ward passed away.  The immediate cause of death being a severe attack of asthma.  Deceased was born in Appau, Bavaria, Germany, August 10, 1818, and came to America in June 1838.  He had lived in Pomeroy about 54 years.  May 27, 1839, he was married to Elizabeth Goeglein of Chester this county, still survives.  To them were born 15 children of whom 12 are living.  Deceased leaves 68 grand children and 28 great grandchildren.  Funeral took place yesterday the 14th.  Burial was in Beech Grove Cemetery.

Jacob Fick 
1845 – 1904

“Pomeroy Democrat Weekly”  Oct 13, 1904 Front page

Jacob Fick Dead

Jacob Fick, of Chester township, brother of George, Philip and Wm. Fick of this city, died Sunday at his home beyond Chester from the effect of cancer on his face which has given him much trouble for the past year.
Deceased was 59 years old and was a soldier in the war of the Rebellion being only 15 years old when he enlisted and was the youngest man in his regiment.  After the war he settled down to farming in Chester township and was one of the substantial tillers of the soil in that township.
About a year ago he developed an ugly cancer of the face, and went to Columbus in the spring to have it treated by an eminent specialist from that city, but he received no benefit and for sometime his friends and relatives have had no hopes of his recovery.
He was one of a family of fourteen children, nine of whom survive him as follows:  Philip and George Fick of this city, William, of Middleport; John, of Murray City, Mrs. Joseph Ruschel of Hickman, Pa, Mrs. William Guinther and Mrs. Jacob Mayer of this city and Mrs. John Grueser of Minersville.
He was buried Wednesday in the Chester cemetery, the funeral being held at his late home conducted by Rev. Klindworth of this city.  He leaves a widow and nine children, four sons and five daughters. 

“Pomeroy Tribune-Telegraph” Oct 1904

Jacob Fick, a prominent farmer of Chester township, died at 4 o’clock Sunday evening, after a lingering illness of cancer of the face.  He was 60 years of age and leaves a wife and a large family of grown children.  He was an old soldier, a member of the First West Virginia Cavalry.  He is a brother to William Fick, of Middleport, and to George Fick of this city, who is Trustee of Salisbury township.  The funeral services were held Wednesday at ten o’clock at his late residence conducted by Rev. Klindworth of this city.  His internment took place in the Mound cemetery.

“Pomeroy Leader Weekly”  Oct 1904

John Fick and George Ohlinger arrived here Monday from Murray City to attend the funeral of the former’s father Jacob Fick, Wednesday, at Chester.

Unknown Pomeroy Paper Chester News Item

Jacob Fick, who has been a great sufferer from bone cancer of the right cheek, died Sunday evening.

Articles provided by Kaye Fick.

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