One can go to view obituaries in Ventura County in the Ventura County Star, which is the county's daily newspaper. They can also be viewed on Ventura County Star's official website in the section entitled "Recent Obituaries".
To look at old obituaries, you must access the papers in which they were published. You may be able to do that online, but you can also do it by going to a library that has old copies or microfilms of the newspaper in question.
Timothy Pulley has written: 'Obituaries taken from the earliest Stewart and Houston County newspapers, 1876-1942' -- subject(s): American newspapers, Registers of births, Obituaries, Abstracts, Genealogy
There are many more people who had died but if you want to find out more, you could go to www.obituaries.com idk anything about obituaries, i just wanted to find some unanswered questions so i can answer it LOL its kinda funny :P
Betty Jarboe has written: 'Studies on Indiana' -- subject(s): Academic Dissertations, Bibliography, History 'Obituaries' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Obituaries 'John and Charles Wesley' -- subject(s): Bibliography
no they didn't deserve it for being a piece of crap witch Edit: What's above is just rude and none of them were actually witches. They didn't get obituaries, however, because they weren't printed in newspapers back then.