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[rs,, Mary. Ktta Surface, 72

years old, passed away at Miami ^
Valley Hospital, Dayton, Monday,
A'pril 27, foilovyiri}'' an illness of
"short durationf
Mrs. .^uffaee was a native of
Warren county and had lived in-i
and near Wayaesvill? for more:'
.'than thirty yea i s.
Survivinfr are foui- daughtor.s;
Mrs. Jasie Whltakcr, \\^aytGsville;
Mrs. G. Mi Brdwn, Dayton; Mrs.
.Charles Illett, Indianapolis; and
Mr.s. Albert Cleaver, Waynesville
'Funeral services, conducted by
Rev. G. 0. Dibert, were held at the
Stubbs FiinerarHomo this Thurs
day afternoon and burial was in
Miami cemetery.
day, H6 wras aNavv Vet' ^
' wce^Thtiisifiy, lOA-IUf
bonWednesday, 5.8P.M.

The St. Francis De Sales
Church of Lebanon was the scene
of the marriaga uniting Miss
Julie Ann Surface, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Surface of
Waynesville, Ohio, and
Christopher C. Barney, son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Barney of
Waynesville, Ohio. Father
Lutmer performed the ceremony
on July 21, at 1:30 P.M.
The bride wore a formal gown
ofsilk organza over Peace
with a Victorian neckline, bib
front, bodice modified empire
waist, Venise edged bishop
sleeves, A-Line skirt edged with
lace a mantilla of Silk dlusion
trimmed with lace flowed to
Chapel lenght.
Maid of honor, Sandra Surface,
sister of the bride, wore a yeUow
and white dotted swiss.
Bridesmaids, Patty Barney,
sistter of the room, wore green
and white dotted swiss Anne
Shutts, in lavender and white
dotted swiss. Rebecca Pren-
r'> V'''iB
dergast, inblue and white dotted
swiss, and Mrs. Karen Hunn, in
pink and white dotted swiss,
friends of the bride.
Best Man wa Tim Barney,
brother of the groom. Ushers
were Phil Eichman, friend of the
groom, John, Jim, and Tad
Barney - brothers of the groom.
The brides mother wore a
yellow knit dress, (floor length)
with pink and blue embroidered
skirt. Her flowers were yellow
rose buds and white daises.
The grooms mother wore a teel
blue knit with lace bodice and
pleated skirt. Her flowers were
white roses with tinted blue
The couple honeymooned at
Virginia Beach. They are both
graduates of Wright State
University in June of 1973. They
will make their home m
Bloomington. Indiana where Mr.
Barney will do graduate work at
Indiana University.
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Efiwin.: Surface
EdwW of
Wayhiesville, died' suddenly
We^esday, Oct. 16r 2002 at his
He retired as a farmer and also
from the former ' Pimkey's
. Heis sujwyed byhiswife of57
^0 daughters,
Ibwnship and Julie Aim Barney
andher husbandChristopherC. of
Holland, Mich.; two grandchil
dren, C. JeremyandKaraLyn; and
a cousin, ^ba Buckley of
Fune^ services were hdd at 3
p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19 at the
Stubbs-Conner Funeral Home,
Waynesville with the Rev. James
Comnanofficiating. Burial was at
NBami Cemetery. If desired, con
tributions .may be madM^ the
Wayne; Township' Fire &^ljracue
Ohio 45066 or
Anim^ Sheltei; 23.01^
Lebanon, Cpo -
by Esther Weygauidt Powell
SOURCE: OHIO, The Cross Road of Our Nation; Records & Pioneer Families;
October-December, 1982; Vol. XXIII, No. 4; Founded by Esther Weygandt
Powell; Published quarterly by the Ohio Genealogical Society, ^19 West
Third Street, P.O. Box 2625, Mansfield, Ohio ^44906
(Only Warren County area copied)
SURFACE, Andrew J., b Preble Co., 0., Feb. 19, 1843, son of Adam J. &
(iJ^ick) Surface. Adam b in Warren Co., 0. and Sarah in Preble
County. His grandparents were natives of Va. except the paternal grand
father who was b in Warren Co., 0. All his gr-grandparents were b in
Va., except the paternal gr-grandmother who was b in France. Her ances
tors were French Huguenots from Prussia. Andres md Emma Jones b Hunter-
don Co., N.J., dau. of Capt. Jaiaes A. Jones & Mary (Mottler) Jones.
(Excerpts from Gallia &Lawrence Counties, Ohio Atlas by Haxdesty, 1882)