OBITUARIES & DEATH NOTICES FROM OLD
Surnames starting with Z
ZINN, Dorothy Irene (Marden)
January 31, 1936
Mrs. Dorothy Irene Marden Zinn, 19, of Epsom died this morning at the
Margaret Pillsbury hospital where she gave birth yesterday to still-born
twin daughters. She was the wife of Erwin Zinn and passed most of her
life in Chichester where she made her home with her grandmother Mrs. Isabel
Mrs. Zinn was a native of Chichester, and was educated in the public schools
there, studying later at Concord High School. She belonged to the Chichester
Congregational church and to Chichester grange. Besides her grandmother
and her husband, the only survivor is a brother, John Marden of Chichester.
ZINN, Pauline (Eichen)
Feb. 17, 1914
EPSOM, Feb. 23 - Mrs. Rudolph Zinn, a native of Germany, died at her home
after a long illness.
Mrs. Zinn is survived by a widower and four children, three of whom reside
in Epsom, on son being in Germany.
Funeral services were held at the home, Rev. W.J. Gordon officiating.
J.A. Bickford of Northwood was undertaker and funeral director. The body
was placed in the receiving tomb at McClary cemetery.
January 10, 1934
EPSOM, Jan. 12 - Funeral services for Rudolf Zinn will be held Saturday
afternoon at the Epsom Baptist church with Rev. Ralph Osborne as officiating
clergyman. Mr. Zinn had been failing health for a long time, and had been
in a hospital for more than six months previous to his death, which came
on Tuesday afternoon. He was born in Germany about 64 years ago, but had
been a citizen and resident of Epsom for more than a quarter of a century.
Mr. Zinn is survived by his mother, Mrs. Bertha Zinn, and a brother, Robert
Zinn, besides several nieces and nephews, all of whom live in Epsom; and
by a son, Eric Zinn of Keene, and a daughter Mrs. Eric Krommenochl, of
New Jersey. His wife died in 1914. The burial will be in the McClary cemetery
at Epsom center.