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Thursday, October 8, 2009

Robert Wesley Limes - son of William W. Limes and Jennie Ward Limes

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Robert Wesley Limes

Columbus Dispatch - April 11, 1931 - page 2
(Son of William and Jennie Ward Limes)
"Heart Disease is Fatal to Robert Wesley Limes"
Robert Wesley Limes, age 43, construction engineer with the Middle States Construction Co., died unexpectedly Saturday morning, of heart disease at his home, 1447 North Fifth Street.
Mr. Limes, previous to his connection with the Middle States Construction Co., was associated with the Evans Construction Co. He was a member of York Lodge of Masons, No. 563, F. & A. M. and the Scottish Rites. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Leila Limes; a step-son, Jack; a step-daughter, Louise; and three daughters, Mrs. Vera Miller of Wilmington, California, Mrs. Ray Rabbe (should be Raabe) 1109 Cole Street, and Mrs. Martha Radcliff of Circleville, and his step-mother, Mrs. Emma Limes, 739 Reinhard Avenue. Funeral arrangements are being completed by the A. J. Held Co.

From the death notice of April 13, 1931 - page 2A:
LIMES, Robert Wesley, aged 43, construction engineer, who died Saturday at his home, 1441 North Fifth Street, will be buried in Green Lawn Cemetery following services at 1:30p.m., Tuesday, at the residence. Additional services will be held at 2:00p.m. at West Fourth Avenue Church of Christ.