Hi Pamela, The newspaper must have been from Xenia, but I can't be sure. The newspaper obituary does not specifically state that Catherine is a BARNHART. That may be my error as I thought that Daniel H. TEACH descended from Jacob & Catherine (BARNHART) TEACH. Is this not correct?
Also, the obituary indicates states that Daniel lived on Rogers Street in Spring Hill.
The obituary reads as follows: "DANIEL TEACH DIED AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS The many friends of Mr. Daniel Teach, Rogers Street, Spring Hill, will be sorry to hear of his sudden death, which occured Sabbath morning about 4:30 o'clock, after an illness of only three days. Mr. Teach was a son of the late Jacob and Catherine Teach and was born in Franklin County, Pennsylvania, in the year 1852, and with his parents moved to Greene County when quite young and has since resided near Xenia. About seven years ago he removed with his family to Xenia. In 1875 he was united in marriage to Miss Mary C. Whittington, daughter of the late Thomas and Julia Whittington, who survives him. Eight children were born to them, four of whom are deceased. Those living are Joseph H., Charles D., and Thomas, and one daughter, Zetta E., all at home except Charles D., who lives on East Main Street. He also leaves three sisters, Mrs. Rose Chambers, of Cedarville; Mrs. Lydia Sweeney, of Dayton; Mrs. Katie Royer, of near Spring Valley; and a brother, Joseph Teach, who lives in Indiana. Since he moved to Xenia he has made a host of friends, being of joval disposition, thereby endeavoring himself to many. He was member of the Union M.E. Church and was a noble character, and in his death Xenia has lost a good citizen. The funeral services will be at the house Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock and burial will be in Stevenson cemetery."