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BAGBY, A. W. Seventy-two years old, who died Wednesday evening at the home of his son, Jesse E. Bagby, 3 Hills Court, will be buried tomorrow afternoon with funeral services from the home, at 3:30 o'clock. Dr. M. L. Wood, pastor of the Fifth Avenue Baptist church, will officiate. Burial will take place at Spring hill cemetery. He was a member of the Modern Woodmen, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, and Fifth Avenue Baptist church. He is survived by the widow; two sons, John W. Bagby, of Cincinnati, and Jesse E. Bagby, of Huntington; a daughter, Mrs. Katherine Flaherty, of Huntington; two sisters, Mrs. Hiram C. Gordon, of Huntington, and Mrs. Edwin Murphy, of Portsmouth, Ohio. -The Herald-Dispatch, Friday Morning, January 4, 1929

BAGBY, Mrs. A. W. Mrs. A. W. Bagby, 62, for twenty-one years a resident of Huntington, died shortly after midnight Tuesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Flaherty, 521 First street, following a long illness, extending over a period of five years. Last rites will be said over the remains Thursday morning at ten o'clock, when Rev. Father H. B. Altmeyer, pastor of St. Joseph's Roman Catholic church, of which church the deceased was a member, will celebrate a mass. Interment will be in Spring Hill cemetery. Mrs. Bagby, a native of Kentucky, came to Huntington in the year 1881. In 1886, as Miss Mary Eastwood, she was married to W. A. Bagby, the husband, who survives. Three children also survive, Jessie E. Bagby, John W. Bagby, and Mrs. Flaherty, all of this city. -The Huntington Advertiser, Wednesday Evening, March 14, 1917

BALLARD, A. W. Forty-five years old, of 340 Fourth avenue, who died Monday in a local hospital after a brief illness of pneumonia, will be buried tomorrow afternoon in Woodmere cemetery following funeral services at 3 o'clock at the Klingel-Carpenter mortuary with Dr. W. H. Sheffer, pastor of the Central Christian Church, officiating. -The Herald-Dispatch, October 21, 1936, pg. 8

BANDY, Charles CHARLES BANDY DEAD - Charles Bandy, aged 35, died at his home in Guyandotte yesterday afternoon of tuberculosis. He was a member of the local lodge of Jr. O. U. A. M. He is survived by his wife, four small children and two brothers, William and James Bandy. The funeral will be held on Saturday at noon. Interment will be at Martha, W. Va. -The Herald-Dispatch, Saturday Morning, November 2, 1912

BANKS, W. H. -Newspaper clipping

ALBERT BAUMGARDNER Seventy-nine years old, of 853 Lee St., Barboursville, died Saturday afternoon in a local hospital.  He was a retired C&O Railway employe and was born in Cabell County, a son of the late Charles and Adaliade Newman Baumgardner.  Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 1 p. m. at the Wallace Funeral Home with Rev. Jack Trump and Rev. H. S. Myerly officiating.  Burial will be in Oaklawn Cemetery. Surviving are the wife, Mrs. Nisha Howell Baumgardner; three sons, Charles Frederick and Edmond Baumgardner, both of Barboursville, and Richard Baumgardner of Huntington; one daughter, Mrs. Lucille Crowe of Huntington; one brother, George Baumgardner of Barboursville; one sister, Mrs. Ella Leist of Barboursville; eight grandchildren and three great - grandchildren. Friends may call at the funeral home after noon today. -The Herald-Advertiser, Sunday Morning, May 5, 1963

BAUMGARDNER, Arthur Sixty-two years old, 1202 Union Avenue, Barboursville, who died yesterday at his home, will be buried in Oaklawn Cemetery following funeral services tomorrow at 2 P.M. at the Wallace Funeral Home in Barboursville, conducted by the Rev. Leslie Call. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Ora Baumgardner; two daughters, Mrs. Mabel Scott and Mrs. Marguerite McKeever of Baltimore; three brothers, Hal, Albert and George Baumgardner of Barboursville, and five grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers will be Edmund and Frederick Baumgardner, George Walter Leist, Lowen, Howard and Raymond Harshbarger. -The Herald-Dispatch, Tuesday, August 19, 1947

The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baumgardner of Barboursville, died this morning after a short illness of a complication of infantile disease.
The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon from the residence.  Interment will be made in the Barboursville cemetery. -The Huntington Advertiser, Monday Evening, December 28, 1914

J. B. Baumgardner, familiarly called "Fatty," the venerable hotel-keeper of Barboursville, died last Friday evening and the remains were interred Sunday, an immense concourse of people following the remains to their last resting place. Mr. Baumgardner was about seventy-five years of age, and came to this region from Wythe county, Virginia. He was in good circumstances at one time and was one of the most liberal hearted men. He was a witty old gentleman and always had a good word and a joke for his visitors. During the war he acted as sheriff of the county and served some time in the Federal army. He leaves a wife and four children to mourn his loss. Rev. John Martin came down from East Bank to deliver the funeral sermon. Mr. Baumgardner will be greatly missed at the ex-county seat, where he had been a prominent figure for half a century. -The Cabell Record, Milton, W.Va., Thursday, June 23, 1898

J. B. Baumgardner, one of the aged and most highly respected citizens of Barboursville, died at six o'clock last evening after an illness of but a week. He was seventy years of age and had resided in Cabell county the greater part of his life. He served this county two terms as justice of the peace and was a faithful official. For many years he had been a devout member of the M. E. church, south. A wife and five children survive him. The funeral service will be conducted at Barboursville at two o'clock tomorrow afternoon and the remains will be interred in the cemetery at that place. -The Huntington Advertiser, Saturday Evening, June 18, 1898

BAUMGARDNER At Barboursville, West Virginia, at 12:10 o'clock Thursday morning, February the sixteenth, 1899, Mrs Louisa Baumgardner, relict of John B. Baumgardner, age 71 years.  Funeral at one o'clock tomorrow afternoon from late residence.  Burial at Barboursville cemetery. -The Huntington Advertiser, Thursday Evening,, February 16, 1899, pg. 4

MRS. NISHA HOWELL BAUMGARDNER, 82, of 853 Lee St., Barboursville, died Saturday evening in a Huntington hospital. A member of the First United Methodist Church of Barboursville, she was born Feb. 27, 1887, in Cabell County, a daughter of the late James and Rebecca Ashworth Howell. Her husband, Albert Baumgardner, died in 1964. Survivors include two sons, Richard Baumgardner, a Huntington barber, and Edmond Baumgardner of Barboursville; a sister, Mrs. Stella Druggan of Columbus, Ohio; two brothers, Clarence and Jim Howell of Milton; 10 grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Friends may call at Wallace Funeral Home at Barboursville after 6 p. m. today. -The Herald-Advertiser, Huntington, W. Va., Sunday, Nov. 16, 1969. pg. 4
Note: Albert Baumgardner died in 1963 and the year of 1964 in this article is an error.

MRS. NISHA HOWELL BAUMGARDNER, 82 of 853 Lee St., Barboursville, who died Saturday, will be buried in Oaklawn Memorial Gardens after funeral services Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church of Barboursville with the Rev. Kenneth Cain officiating. Friends may call at the Wallace Funeral Home at Barboursville. The body will be taken to the church an hour before the services. -The Herald-Dispatch, Huntington, W. Va., Monday, Nov. 17, 1969, pg. 6

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