LUCAS, Mrs. Anna C. Winner

Mrs. Anna C. Lucas, 84, widow of William J. Lucas, died yesterday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Ina Lucas Getty , Meyersdale PA. She had been in failing health two years. Born in Frostburg, she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Winner. She held membership in Carlos Methodist Church. Surviving besides Mrs. Getty, are four other daughters, Mrs. Laura Lucas Hitchins, Carlos; Mrs. Martha Lucas Schulten and Mrs. Margaret Lucas Donahue, both of Frostburg, and Mrs. Isabel Lucas Gray, Midland; three sons, William J. Lucas, Cumberland; George W. Lucas, Frostburg, and Eugene V. Lucas, Baltimore; three sisters, Mrs. Clara Winner Youngerman and Miss Agnes Winner, both of Rockville, and Mrs. Richard Holland, Enid, OK, 29 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Also surviving is a half-sister, Mrs. Gorey McKenzie.
11 Feb. 1960; no publication noted
(Shawn McGreevy)
Posted July 24, 2021

 LUCAS, McClellan L.

ROCKWOOD — McClellan L. Lucas, 62, of Rockwood, R D. 2, died in Somerset Community Hospital. He was born in Centre County. Surviving are his widow, the former Mary Ankney, and one brother Byron Bullock, of Brookfield, Ohio.
The Daily Courier, Connellsville, June 12, 1968
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 30, 2009


Frostburg - Roy Lucas, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Lucas, 146 Washington Street, died early today in Miners Hospital where he had been admitted yesterday. Survivors include the following brothers and sisters: William J. Lucas, Lonaconing; Mrs. L. B. Shulten, George Lucas, and Mrs. Joseph Donahoe, Frostburg; Mrs. John Hitchins, Carlos; Mrs. Frank Gary, Midland; Mrs. O. G. Getty, Meyersdale; and Eugene Lucas, McKeesport.
The Cumberland Evening Times, February 9, 1953
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 30, 2009

LUCAS, William J.

LONACONING — William J. Lucas, 86, of here, died yesterday at his residence. Born in Carlos, he was a son of the late William J. and Anna (Winner) Lucas. He was a retired coal miner. Mr. Lucas is survived by his widow, Mrs. Emma (Evans) Lucas, two daughters, Mrs. Shirley Patton, of here and Mrs. Ada Kimble, Barton; four sisters, Mrs. Laura Hitchins, and Mrs. Marthaa Schulten, both of Frostburg; Mrs. Isabella Gray, Midland; and Mrs. Ina Getty, Meyersdale; two brothers, George *Getty and Eugene *Getty, both of Frostburg, and three grandchildren. The body is at the Eichhorn Funeral Home where friends will be received today and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be conducted Tuesday in the funeral home at 3 p.m. with Rev. John Price officiating, and interment will be in Frostburg Memorial Park.
The Cumberland Sunday Times, May 10, 1970
*[The brothers are George Lucas and Eugene Lucas, not Getty.]
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 30, 2009

LUCAS, William James

FROSTBURG - William James Lucas, 85, of Frostburg, died yesterday at the Cuppett Convalescent Home, Oakland, where he had been a patient for five years. Born in England, he was a son of the late George William Lucas and Ada Margaret Lucas. Mr. Lucas was a retired coal miner. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Anna (Winner) Lucas; three sons, William J. Lucas of Cumberland; George W. Lucas of Frostburg; and Eugene Lucas of Baltimore; five daughters, Mrs. John Hitchins, Carlos; Mrs. Martha Schulten, Frostburg; Mrs. Isabel Gray, Midland; Mrs. Joseph Donahue, Frostburg; and Mrs. O. G. Getty, Meyersdale, Pa.; 29 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. The body will be at the Durst Funeral Home after 7 p.m. today.
The Cumberland Evening Times, March 5, 1957
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 30, 2009

LUDDEN, Mrs. Catherine

Mrs. Catherine Ludden, widow of Patrick Ludden, died Saturday. She is survived by three children, Mrs. Agnes Barrett, Mt. Savage, Md., and Mrs. Angela Klink and Patrick Ludden of Meyersdale. A sister, Mrs. Pratt, resides in Mt. Savage. She was a member of SS. Philip and James Catholic church.
Monday, 12 June 1939; Cumberland (MD) Evening Times
Posted December 19, 2019

LUDWICK, James Edlin

James Ludwick aged about 19 years, son of Ed Ludwick, was kicked by a horse Wednesday evening and died soon afterward. He lived with his father on a farm near Laurel Dale.
Keyser Tribune, May 24, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 19, 2010

LUDWICK, James Edlin

James Edlin Ludwick died May 23, 1912, aged 24 years, 10 months and 22 days. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ludwick. He was kicked in the stomach by a horse on Wednesday, about noon, and died Thursday morning near seven o'clock. He leaves to mourn their loss his father and mother and two sister, Misses Otie and Cora. He was very much loved by his family, and was very true, good boy to his parents, and sisters. He will be greatly missed by his many associates, as his familiar voice and kindness were an inspiration to everyone. These mysterious dealings of Providence in taking away from our homes those whom we love most is beyond our comprehension, but "Sometime We'll Understand" as not a "sparrow falls to the ground without our Father's notice." Funeral services were held in Blake Chapel church by Rev J. W. Bedford. A conservative estimate of the crowd of persons that attended the funeral services was seven hundred. The floral offerings were many and beautiful. The pallbearers were his six cousins, Henry L., Earl A., Wesley A., Herschel G., Thomas B., and Lewis W. Duling. The flower bearers were Blanche, Bernice, Kate, Carrie, Grace and Zennie Duling, cousins of the deceased. F. C. Rollman was undertaker.
Keyser Tribune, May 31, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 19, 2010

LUDWICK, James Edlin.

The funeral services of James A.[sic] Ludwick at Hartmonsville last Sunday was largely attended by friends from this place. As has been noted in the papers he was kicked in the stomach by a stallion in a stable at Arch Biggs' near Cross, May 25. He suffered but little and was planning to be out again in a few days. The stomach and intestines no doubt were paralyzed by the powerful stroke. A physician was called but could do nothing. Death came suddenly the morning of the 26th. Rev J. W. Bedford preached the funeral sermon, assisted by Rev D B Arnold. The unfortunate young man was nearly 25 years old, and the son of Edward Ludwick. An unusually large crowd attended the funeral.
Keyser Tribune, May 31, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 19, 2010

LUDWIG, Pauline

Oakville Pa, Dec 3, 1912.
Dear Editor, I take this method to inform our friends of the sudden departure of our little Pauline, a little over three years old. Membranous croup was the dreaded disease that claimed her. At 12:20 on Thanksgiving day, we gave her good-bye. she was conscious until within a few minutes of the end, and we believe she knew she was going away. Her intellectual and devotional faculties were wonderfully developed for her years. For several weeks before the end came, she was much given to prayer and reading her little Bible (in her childish way), and repeatedly inquired of her mother when she would die and go to heaven. We should have been warned and prepared but we were not. My own illness prevented me from her presence during her suffering and could not see her laid to rest. I am some better at this writing. To all who remembered us so kindly with letters of sympathy, we return our thanks.
S. R. Ludwig and Wife

Keyser Tribune, December 6, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 11, 2010

LUDY, William G.

William G. Ludy, 55, of 28 Orchard Lane, Uniontown, died at 5:15 p.m. Sunday in Uniontown Hospital. He was born Feb. 8, 1907, in Scottdale, a son of Jacob Ludy and the late Sarah Todd Ludy. He was chief clerk for the United States Steel Corp. until his retirement in 1962. He was a member of the Third Presbyterian Church of Uniontown, the John Knox Bible Class, the board of elders, the Marion Lodge, F. & A. M. of Scottdale, Uniontown Lodge of Perfection, Pittsburgh Consistory, and the Tall Cedars of Lebanon of Uniontown. Surviving in addition to his father are his widow, Mary E.; four brothers, James and Jacob B. of Berlin, Charles of Somerset, and Frank of Williamsport; and three sisters, Mrs. Sarah Smith of Berlin, Mrs. Elizabeth Delozier of Cumberland, Md., and Mrs. Anna Leister of Glencoe. The body will be at the Ferguson funeral home, Uniontown, until 11 a.m. Wednesday, and in the Third Presbyterian Church from noon until 2 p.m.( the hour of the funeral service). The Rev. William G. Silbert Jr. will officiate. Interment will be in Scottdale Cemetery.
The Daily Courier, Connellsville, January 22, 1963
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 30, 2009

LUECK, Mrs. Anna C. Kolterman

Mrs. Anna C.Lueck, 68, wife of Bernard L. Lueck, 48 South  street, died yesterday at her home. She was a native of Germany, a daughter of the late Michael and Julia Kolterman. Surviving are two sons, John Lueck, Connellsville, Pa., and Bernard Lueck, this city; and four daughters, Bertha Lueck, Connellsville; Helen Lueck, Mrs. Agnes Burke, and Mrs. Margaret Valentine, here.
Sunday March 17, 1935; Cumberland (MD) Sunday Times
Posted August 17, 2019

Name: Charles Richard "Rich" Lueck, Sr., 79, of Carpendale, WV
Parents: Paul Howard and Blanche Irene (Heiland) Lueck
DOB: November 18, 1926, in Cumberland, MD
DOD: December 10, 2005, at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, MD
Military: WW II veteran, having served in the U.S. Navy
Spouse: Marie (Riggleman) Lueck
Predeceased by: parents; sister, Dorothy Stump
Survived by: wife of almost 60 years; daughter, Jeanna Marie Spielmann and husband Christopher; son, Charles R. Leuck,Jr. and wife Barbara; brothers, Francis and Paul Lueck
Burial: December 15, 2005, Maryland State Veterans Cemetery, Rocky Gap, MD
Source: Upchurch Funeral Home, Cumberland, MD
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted March 14, 2014

LUETHKE, Mrs Emma Mae Dellinger

Mrs. Emma Mae Luethke, 81, formerly of RD 3, Bedford Road, died yesterday at Sacred Heart Hospital. Born in Cumberland, she was a daughter of the late Albert and Mary (Layman) Dellinger, and was the widow of Henry M. Luethke. She was a member of St. Luke's Lutheran Church. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. June C. Peters, Baltimore; Mrs. Mary V. Witt, Thoms River, N. J., and Mrs. Gretchen A. Castle, Cumberland; a sister, Mrs. Ether P. Barlett, city; nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The body is at the Kight Funeral Home where friend will be received today from 7 until 9 p.m and tomorrow fro 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p.m. Services will be conducted Thursday at 2 p.m. in the funeral home by Rev. Vernon I. Naugle. Interment will be in St. Luke's Cemetery.
Tuesday, April 11, 1972; Cumberland (MD) Evening Times
Posted February 9, 2019

LUMAN, Aaron

Mr. Aaron Luman, a well known citizen of Speelman, Pa., died very suddenly Tuesday morning from heart failure. Mr. Luman visited our town so often and for so many years that he was almost the same as a citizen. He leaves besides a sorrowing wife and large family, a host of friends, who are grieved at his sudden departure from this life. The funeral service will be held at Madley Lutheran church, of which the deceased was a member, Thursday morning. Interment will be in the cemetery adjoining the church.
The Evening Times, Cumberland, May 18, 1905
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 30, 2009

LUMAN, Mrs. Catherine McEwen (previously posted under McEWEN)

Mrs. Catherine McEwen, wife of Aaron Luman, born January 19, 1845, died January 13, 1926, after an illness of two years. Her entire life was spent in Bedford County. The last year was spent at Hyndman, where she was known to old and young as Grandmother. At the time of her death, two daughters, Mrs. Riter and Mrs. Shallow and granddaughter Miss Mary Luman, and sons Dr. Clark Luman, Jasper Luman, Harvey and Joseph were at her bedside. Shorty after her husband's death, she left the old home at Madley where she was born. She was the mother of ten children: Mrs. J. A. Lybarger, Madley; Professor John Luman, Vice President of Pierce School at Philadelphia; Mr. Harvey Luman, Uniontown; Mrs. Nellie Riter, Fontana, N. C.; Jasper Luman, Sheriff of Bedford County; Miss Frances Luman, Philadelphia; Dr. Clark Luman, Uniontown; Mr. Simon, Akron, O., Joseph C. Luman, Hyndman; Mrs. Shallow, wife of T. A. Shallow. During the later days of her life, she lived with her son, Joseph Luman, at Hyndman, Pa. Services will be held at the Lybarger church, Madley, Pa., at 2 o'clock Saturday (tomorrow).
The Bedford Gazette, January 15, 1926
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted July 12, 2009 & September 1, 2011

LUMAN, Dr. Clark M.

Uniontown, Pa. - Dr. Clark M. Luman, 65 years old, one of the outstanding surgeons in Pennsylvania, died at 10.40 o'clock this morning at his home at Hopwood after a long illness. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Mabel McCloud (sic) Luman, a West Virginia native. Dr. Luman, a graduate of Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia, came to Uniontown in 1902.
Connellsville Daily Courier, June 29, 1943
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted August 18, 2015

LUMAN, Miss Frances

Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2:30 p. m. in the Zeigler Funeral Home here for Miss Frances Luman, a native of Madley, who died Wednesday at her home in Philadelphia. The Rev. H. M. Petra, pastor of Lybarger Lutheran Church, will officiate, and interment will be in the church cemetery. The body is at the funeral home. Miss Luman was a daughter of the late Aaron and Catherine (McEwen) Luman. She was a member of Lybarger Lutheran Church. Surviving are three brothers, John A. Luman and Simon C. Luman both of Philadelphia, and Joseph Luman, Hyndman, and two sisters Mrs. James F. Ritter, Bryson City, N. C., and Mrs. Thomas A. Shallow, Philadelphia.
The Cumberland Evening Times, June 1, 1945
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 30, 2009

LUMAN, (child) Harold

Harold Luman, eight-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Luman, Hyndman, Pa., died last night at Allegany Hospital, where he was admitted January 5.
Cumberland Evening Times, January 8, 1941
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted August 18, 2015

LUMAN, Harold J.

Harold J. (Bud) Luman, 68, of 1205 Holland Street, died yesterday at Memorial Hospital. Born in Hyndman, Pa., he was a son of the late Jasper and Viola Elizabeth (Wolford) Luman. His first wife, Ruth (Wisler) Luman, preceded him in death. A retired Chessie System engineer, he was a member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Lybarger Lutheran Church, Brunswick Fraternal Order of Eagles and Senior Citizens-Western Maryland Labor Council. Surviving are his widow, Martha (Swanson) Luman; two sons, Charles M. Luman, Westminster, and Thomas R. Swanson, Bedford Valley; two daughters, Mrs. Myrna Eiser, Ellerslie, and Mrs. Virginia Lee Moore, Winchester Road; a brother, Clark Luman, city; five sisters, Mrs. Nellie Swartz, Mrs. Mary Alexander, Bedford; Mrs. Roger A. Clapper, Buffalo Mills, RD 1; Mrs. Patricia Teal, Carlsbad, Cal.; Mrs. Ethel Hager, city; and 14 grandchildren. The body is at the Zeigler Funeral Home in Hyndman, where friends will be received today from 7 until 9 p.m. and tomorrow from 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p.m. A service will be conducted there Friday at 2 p.m. Rev. Richard D. Dick Jr., will officiate and interment will be in Lybarger Cemetery.
The Cumberland News, December 8, 1976
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 30, 2009

LUMAN, Jasper

Jasper Luman, former sheriff of Bedford County, long-time staunch Democrat, and known throughout the entire county, died in the Allegany hospital, Cumberland, after a lingering illness, Friday, October 1. Mr. Luman had maintained a farm and other enterprises at his home at Madley for many years. He was well known to thousands of Bedford countians. Born March 8, 1875, at Madley, he was the son of Aaron and Catherine (McEwen) Luman, both now deceased. He was united to Viola Elizabeth Wolford who preceded him in death. Surviving are these sons and daughters: Mrs. Ethel Gaer, Cumberland: Mrs. Mary Alexander, Bushnell, N. C.; Harold, of Cumberland; Mrs. Nellie Swartz, of Bedford; Mrs. Frances Clapper, Hyndman; Clark Luman of Cumberland; and Patricia Luman Stair of Hyndman. Also surviving are these brothers and sisters: John A. Luman, Philadelphia; Simon Luman, Hopewell; Joseph C. Luman, Hyndman; Mrs. Laura Lybarger, Buffalo Mills; Mrs. Nellie Riter, Bryson City, N. C.; Miss Frances Luman and Mrs. Myrtle Shallow, Philadelphia. He was a member of the Madley Lutheran church and the Hyndman Masonic Lodge. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at the Lybarger Lutheran Church, the Rev. H. M. Petrea officiating. Interment at Madley cemetery was directed by Harvey Zeigler.
The Bedford Gazette, October 8, 1943
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted August 18, 2015

LUMAN, Joseph C.

Joseph C. Luman, former Hyndman postmaster, died at his home in Hyndman Friday, March 2, 1956, at the age of 71. He had been retired for a number of years. Mr. Luman was born June 27, 1884, in Madley, a son of Aaron and Catherine (McEwen) Luman. He is survived by his wife, the former Violet Ammons, and two children, Cadet Joseph C., Jr., of the United States Military Academy, West Point, N. Y., and Kathryn, at home. Also surviving are two brothers, John of Germantown, and Simon of Philadelphia; and two sisters, Mrs. T. F. Riter and Mrs. T. A. Shallow, both of Philadelphia. Another brother, Jasper, now deceased, was at one time sheriff of Bedford County. Mr. Luman was a member of the Lybarger Lutheran Church and the Cumberland Order of Moose. Funeral services at the Lybarger Lutheran Church Monday morning at 11 o'clock, the Rev. J. M. Scharf officiating. Interment in Lybarger Cemetery. Friends will be received at the residence in Hyndman and the body will be taken to the Church at 10 o'clock Monday morning. Arrangements by Zeigler Funeral Home, Hyndman.
The Bedford Gazette, March 3, 1956
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted August 18, 2015

LUMAN, Mrs. Mabelle MacLeod

Mabelle MacLeod Luman, 95, a former nurse and a resident of Alexandria since 1972, died Sunday, August 15, 1982, at Alexandria Hospital after a heart attack. Mrs. Luman was a native of Pittsboro, Indiana. She received her nurse's training at the Columbia Hospital for Women and served with the Army in France during World War I. She worked as a nurse in Pennsylvania after the war. She moved to Virginia in the late 1920s and lived in Crozet and Charlottesville before moving to Alexandria. She was editor of the newsletter of the Clan MacLeod Society of America. Her husband, Dr. Clark M. Luman, died in 1943. Mrs. Luman leaves no immediate survivors. Graveside services were held at Lybarger Cemetery, Madley on August 18.

Bedford Gazette, August 19, 1982
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted August 18, 2015

LUMAN, Mrs. Mary Jackson

Hyndman, Pa., April 28 —
Mrs. Mary Luman, 56, wife of Simon Luman, died yesterday morning at her home in Hopwood, Pa., after an illness of seven months. A native of Martin's Corner, Pa., she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jackson. She was a member of the Lutheran church. Besides her husband, she is survived by one son, Ralph, Tredran, N. Y, and one brother, Milton Jackson, Pottstown, Pa. Funeral services will be conducted Sunday, 2:30 p. m. in Lybarger Lutheran Church by the pastor, the Rev. H. M. Petrea. Interment will be Lybarger Cemetery.

Cumberland Evening Times, April 28, 1944
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted August 18, 2015

LUMAN, Theodore

The Wellknown and Aged Clerk of the Court at Cumberland Is Dead.
[Special by Phone to The Mail.]
Cumberland, Monday, Dec. 31.--The last day of the old Century in Cumberland has been stained by a terrible tragedy. Mr. Theodore Luman, the wellknown and beteran clerk of the Court for Allegany County in Cumberland, is dead and that in a mysterious manner. He left Cumberland on Sunday afternoon from his comfortable home to take a stroll. He crossed the bridge over to the Virginia side of the Potomac just back of the new Court House and that was the last seen there. For 35 years he had been clerk of the Court and a familiar figure to nearly every man in the county. His son and friends began to get worried but failed to find him anywhere and thought he was visiting womewhere until midnight and then the alarm grew decided. Thursday at day break a force of men mumbering at least a thousand went out and began a search and he was found at last in a rugh place called Devil's Slide, down between Cumberland and Pattison's Creek, dead and with the face and body disfigured and torn and the pockets emptied out. Not far from that spot is where a rough gang is working on a new railroad and it was thought the murder was due to some of them. Officers were scouring the country for details and the body was on the way into Cumberland where a great excitement prevailed all the morning for Mr. Luma was liked and loved by hundred of people and was well known in the county. His unfortunate death is widely deplored. Details came in slowly. The new that he was a sort of geologist and beside was in the habit of climbing about the crags in and about the Devil's Slide, a precipitous place, soon created a feeling that his death might have been due to an accident. A farmer who came to town stated that he saw him near Pinto walking along the road not far from his mother's, Mrs. Luman's home. He walked out and was found, four and a half miles from his home. Before noon the suicide theory spread about and doubts were thrown on the murder idea. The jury of inquest went out at noon. The doctor states that the skull was crushed in and the condition and position of the body indicates that he had fallen or been thrown from the steep and lofty cliff at least 400 feet high slipping to within 20 feet of the Potomas river after the fall. His hat was still on but his clothing was badly torn, and his neck broken. His body lay there for three hours and was taken in charge by the Coroner.

Hon. B. F. M. Hurley and D. Frank Hull went to the funeral of Mr. Luman, found dead near Cumberland on Saturday. The general supposition is that his death was accidental. Extensive preparations were made for the funeral. Rev. Dr. James E. Moffatt officiated assisted by Rev. A. J. Gill, pastor of Centre street M. E. church, a borther-in-law of the deceased. The funeral was held in the Presbyterian church at 3:30 p.m. Judge A. Hunter Boyd presided at the meeting of the Bar Association which named a committee to draw resolutions. The Twentieth Century Club, of which Col. Luman was practically the founder, will hold a memorial service, at which Gen. Joseph Sprigg will deliver an eulogy. The Elks had a special delegation. Col. Luman was the sixth clerk of the Circuit Court of Allegany county, although the county was organized over 100 years ago. He succeeded Horace Resley. Washington county was organized in 1770 and has had only five clerks.
The Hagerstown Mail, Hagerstown, Maryland; Fri., Jan. 4, 1901, Page 2, Col. 5
(Courtesy of Charles Riend/transcribed by Genie)
Posted November 15, 2015LUMAN, Col. Theodore (abridged)

One Of THe Largest Funerals Ever In Cumberland ~ EULOGY BY MR. WELLINGTON 
Various Societies Take Part In The Ceremonies--A Special Train From The Mines--Services By Dr. Moffatt
(Special Dispatch to the Baltimore Sun.]
Cumberland, MD., Jan. 2
.--The funeral of Col. Theodore Luman, clerk of the court, took place at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon from the First Presbyterian Church, this city. The funeral was probably one of the largest in the history of Cumberland. There was an unusual outpouring of people of all conditions.
[continues with who sang/eulogized, all the Societies in attendance, flower-bearers, etc. No mention of survivors or cemetery]

The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, Maryland; Jan. 3, 1901, Page 8
(Courtesy of Charles Riend/transcribed by Genie)
Posted November 15, 2015

LUMAN, Mrs. Violet Ammons

CLEMSON, S.C. - Mrs. Violet (Ammons) Luman, 73, died at her home earlier this month. Born in Ducktown, Tenn., on Jan. 7, 1913, she was the daughter of the late Alan and Beunah (Cunningham) Ammons. Her husband, Joseph Cleveland Luman, preceded her in death. Surviving are one son, Joseph Charles Luman, Alexandria, Va.; one daughter, Mrs. Kathy Eller, Clemson; three brothers, Ralph Ammons, Wayne Ammons, and Frank Ammons, all of Bryson City, N.C.; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The body is being cremated, there will be no visitation. There will be a memorial service at the United Church of Christ, Hyndman, Pa., Sunday at 2 p.m.

The Cumberland News, September 13, 1986
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted August 18, 2015

LUPTON, Mrs. Neva N. Footen

Neva N. Lupton, 86, of 115 Church St., Westernport, died Wednesday, May 16 at Heartland of Keyser Nursing Home where she had been a resident. Born in Westernport December 7, 1914, she was the daughter of the late James and Maggie Mayhew Footen. Mrs. Lupton was a retired bookkeeper from Kerny's Market of Westernport. She was a member of Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church at Westernport and of Victory Unit #155 Ladies Auxiliary. Surviving are a daughter, Judy Dayton of Westernport; a son, Bob Lupton and wife Anita of Westernport; four grandchildren, Kim White., Kellie Braithwaite, Carrie Dayton, and Jason Lupton; and six great grandchildren. The family will receive friends at the Boal Funeral Home at Westernport Friday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral services will be at the funeral home Saturday at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Dallas Shaffer officiating. Interment will be at Philos Cemetery at Westernport. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the Heartland of Keyser Nursing Home activity fund.
Newsbank: Waltham News Tribune (MA) (Published as Daily News Tribune, The (Waltham, MA)) - May 18, 2001
(Courtesy of Charles Riend)
Posted October 6, 2015

LUPUS, Nick L.

Nick L. Lupis, 93, of Moran Manor Nursing Home, Westernport, formerly of 240 Green St., passed away Friday, September 9, 2005, at the nursing home. Born April 7, 1912, in Piedmont, he was the son of the late James and Teresa (Cavallo) Lupis. His wife, Ardath (Stevens) Lupis, two brothers, Joe and John Lupis, and one sister, Nellie Patrone, also preceded him in death. Nick retired from Westvaco Corp. after 43 years of service. He was a World War II veteran, having served in two campaigns in the Pacific Theatre. He was a highly decorated veteran, having received two Bronze Stars, a Good Conduct Medal, and the Victory Medal. He also received many ribbons for battles fought. He was Catholic by faith. Nick was also a life member of Kelly Mansfield Post #52 American Legion, Piedmont. He leaves behind two sons, Steve Lupis and wife Sandie of Westernport and Joe Lupis of California; one daughter, Cathy Lester of Mobile, Ala.; five grandchildren, Julie Hill of Elkton, Md., Nick Foote and wife Edna of Mobile, Ala., Mitchell Lupis and fiancee Becky Ziler of Westernport, and Rachel Lupis and Adam Lupis, both of Shasta, Calif.; and five great-grandchildren, Jason Hill and fiancee Christine of Elkton, Md., Jeff Hill of Elkton, Md., Billy Lupis and Zachery Lupis, both of Westernport, and Maddie Foote of Mobile, Ala. Also surviving is one sister, Catherine Conroy of Westernport; one brother, Jim Lupis of Short Gap; and numerous nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends at the Boal Funeral Home, Westernport, on Monday from 6-9 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted on Tuesday at the Boal Funeral Home Chapel at 11 a.m., with Father James Hannon officiating. Interment will be in Philos Cemetery, Westernport, where full military honors will be accorded at graveside.
Newsbank: Waltham News Tribune (MA) (Published as Daily News Tribune, The (Waltham, MA)) - September 12, 2005
(Courtesy of Charles Riend)
Posted October 21, 2015

LUTEMAN, James Henry

James Henry Luteman, Windsor Hotel, was dead on arrival yesterday at Sacred Heart Hospital.  He was staying at the local hotel while on a three day leave from Baker VA Center in Martinsburg, W.Va.  He had been in ill health for sometime.  Mr. Luteman was gassed in WWI.  He was a son of the late Albert R. and Florence (Dougherty) Luteman and was a member of SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church.  Surviving are four sons, James and George Luteman, both of Ford, N.J.; William Luteman, Oxnard, Calif; and Paul Luteman, a member of the Merchant Marine; three daughters, Mrs. Agnes Peters, Portsmouth, Va.; Mrs. Eleanor Spence, Newport, R.I., and Miss Mary Jo Luteman, Baltimore, and two sisters, Mrs. Franklin Taylor, Van Nuys, Calif.; and Mrs. Charles Clark, Cash Valley Road.  He was a former employee of the Kelly-Springfield Tire Company plant here. A requiem mass will be celebrated in SS Peter and Paul Catholic Church on Monday at 10 a.m. and interment will be in the parish cemetery.  Members of Fort Cumberland Post 13, American Legion, will serve as pallbearers.
Cumberland Evening Times, Saturday, September 6, 1958
(Courtesy of Ray Leidinger/transcribed by Michael McKenzie)
Posted October 21, 2015

LUTTRELL, Mrs. Freda Whisner, nee Robertson (abridged)

Freda "Granny" Luttrell, 74, our loving angel received her heavenly wings, surrounded by her family on Saturday, April 23, 2016. Born July 11, 1941, in Oldtown, she was the daughter of the late Willard J. Robertson and Amy Carolyne Hutchinson. She was also preceded in death by her beloved husband of 39 years, Larry "Moe" Luttrell; and son, John K. Whisner Jr. She is survived by her precious and loyal companion, Pebbles; four sons, David K. Whisner and friend, Rhetta Moore, Tony R. Whisner and wife, Wanda, James M. Whisner and wife, Nancy, William W. Whisner and friend, Brenda Peck; and two daughters, Lorena L. Rose and husband, George, Linda K. Allen and husband, Fred; sisters, "Dottie" Ziler, Carol, Missy; and her nieces and nephews. She is the proud granny of 25 grandchildren, 42 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren. Our family extends a special thank you to the rescue units of Paw Paw, Slanesville, Great Capon, Morgan County, W.Va., and the Maryland Medivac. We are truly grateful to the WMHS ICU nurses and the doctors for their kindness and special care of our momma. May God bless each of you! We will be having a celebration of life on Saturday, July 2, 2016, at 4 p.m. at the Family Magnolia Camp.
Cumberland Times-News, The (MD) - May 3, 2016
Posted June 11, 2016

LUTTRELL, Mrs. Hazel Geraldine

CUMBERLAND - Hazel Geraldine Luttrell, 87, formerly of RD 2, Baltimore Pike, died Monday, July 1, 1991 at the Allegany County Nursing Home. Born in Cumberland Oct. 8, 1903, she was the daughter of the late Dennis A. and Olive (Middleton) Wilson. Mrs. Luttrell was formerly employed by the Kelly-Springfield Tire Company. She was a member of Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church and the WSCS of the church. Her husband, Talmage Luttrell, died Feb. 27, 1966. Mrs. Luttrell was the last surviving member of her immediate family. Surviving are two daughters, Nell Simpson, Cumberland; and Joan Goodwin, LaVale; two sons, Paul Luttrell, Aurora, Colo.; and John E . Luttrell, RD3, Bedford Road; 16 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. Friends will be received Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Silcox-Merritt Funeral Residence. Services will be conducted there Saturday at l l a.m. by the Rev. William S. Hart. Interment will be in Hillcrest Burial Park. Grandsons will act as pallbearers. Memorial donations may be directed to the Memorial Hospital Hospice Unit or to Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church.
Cumberland Times-News, Wednesday, July 3, 1991
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted August 6, 2021


Mrs. Luttrell, wife of Rev. J. L. Luttrell, died at her home, Romney, Monday night after a long period of indisposition at an advanced age. Besides her husband she is survived by two sons and one daughter - C. H. and R. H. Cookus of Romney, and Mrs. Roberts of Virginia. Two stepsons, Perry of Romney and C. E. of Virginia, also survive. Funeral services held Tues afternoon, conducted by Rev. I. G. Michael, interment in Indian Mound Cemetery.
Keyser Tribune, July 7, 1911
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted July 22, 2010

LUTZ, George

George Lutz, aged 84 years, died suddenly at his home Christmas afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from a heart attack. Mr. Lutz was born in Heidelberg, Germany, and came to the United States when 17 years of age. His wife died three years ago. He is survived by two sons, George and Henry Lutz and one daughter, Mrs. Edward McKenzie. Twenty-one grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren also survive. He was a member of St. George's Protestant Episcopal Church from which church the funeral will be held.
The Cumberland Evening Times, December 27, 1932
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted April 2, 2011

Name: Freddie Dixon Luzader, Sr., 79, of Knobley Estates, Short Gap, WV
DOD: Wednesday, November 1, 2006
Burial: November 6, 2006, Sunset Memorial Park
Source: Upchurch Funeral Home, Cumberland, MD
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted March 14, 2014

LUZIER, Leah Ruth Hauser

Lean Ruth Luzier, 85, Davis, W.Va., died Sunday, Aug. 24, 2003, at Cortland Acres Nursing Home, Thomas, W.Va. Born July 14, 1918, in Aurora, W.Va., she was a daughter of the late Raymond George and Martha Harsh Hauser. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Charles "Hunt" Luzier, on Aug. 27, 1981; six brothers; and two sisters. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. She was a member of the Rebekahs of Blackwater Lodge and the Davis United Methodist Church. She is survived by two sons, William "Butch" Luzier, Britton, Mich., and Gary Luzier, Davis; one daughter, Barbara Shaffer, Oakland; seven grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren, Friends were received at the Hinkle Funeral Home, Davis. A service was held at the Davis United Methodist Church on Wednesday, Aug. 27, with the Rev. J. J. Johnson officiating. Interment followed in the Davis Cemetery.
The Republican; Oakland, Garrett Co, MD; Aug 28, 2003.
(Courtesy of Mary Myers Teets)
Posted July 19, 2009

LUZNAR, Mrs. Mary Lourin

Mrs. Mary (Lourin) Luznar, wife of Frank Luznar, Eckhart, died yesterday at Fairfax (Va.) Hospital following a long illness. Mrs. Luznar was born in Jawaszka, Austria, and had resided in Eckhart for 43 years. Also surviving are eight daughters: Mrs. Angela Hersh and Mrs. Josephine Meanyhan, both of Eckhart; Mrs. Frances Farrell, Edgewater, Fla.; Mrs. Rose Burch, Miami Beach, Fla.; Mrs. Jenny Largent and Mrs. Veronica Carr, both of Daytona Beach, Fla.; Mrs. Clara Siewick, Great Falls, Va., and Mrs. Ann Wiltse, Dexter, Mich.; five sons, Frank Luznar Jr., New Smyrna Beach, Fla.; John Luznar, Hollywood, Md.; Edward Luznar, Ormond Beach, Fla.; James Luznar, Miami Beach, and Robert Luznar, Daytona Beach; 43 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Also surviving is a sister Mrs. Pauline Noble, Library, Pa. The body will be taken to the Settle Funeral Home, New Smyrna Beach, Fla., where services will be conducted Wednesday. Burial will be in Edgewater Cemetery there.
The Cumberland Evening Times, October 11, 1965
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 30, 2009

Return to Obituaries


Tickies' Web Themes