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CLARK, James M. Newspaper clipping
Obituary of James M. Clark submitted by Mark Taylor

CLARK, Joshua M. Newspaper clipping
Obituary of J. M. Clark, b. 7-4-1840, Jackson, Co., WV, d. 9-4-1906, LeSage, Cabell Co., submitted by Mark Taylor, 11 Dec 2009

CLARK, Okey E. Newspaper clipping
Okey E. Clark
Services Thursday
Rev. Clark Dies; Former U.S. Employe
   The Rev. Okey E. Clark, 72, of 206 35th St., who retired in 1955 as a supervisor with the Huntington district U. S. Engineers, died Tuesday in  Huntington hospital, where he had been a patient for one week. He was the father of William A. Clark, maintenance supervisor for the Huntington Publishing Co.
   Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at 2 p. m. at the Pentecostal Church at 10th Ave. and 25th St., of which he was an associate pastor, by the Rev. E. C. Sowards, the Rev. Wayne Moore and the Rev. James Hicks. Burial will be in the Greenbottom Cemetery.
   A retired Pentecostal minister, he formerly pastored churches in Oakland, Md., and on Spurlock Creek and the Church of Jesus Christ Rescue Mission in Huntington.
   Born Nov. 8, 1895, at Greenbottom, he was the son of the late Pearl and Julia Bias Clark. He was an Army infantry veteran of World War I.
   Survivors in addition to the son include the widow, Mrs. Eva Mae Sparks Clark; a daughter, Mrs. Williard Setliff of Lesage; four brothers, Clarence A. and Raymond J. Clark of Huntington, Virgil O. Clark of South Point, Ohio, and William H. Clark of Baltimore, Md., four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
   Friends may call at the Beard Mortuary after 3 p. m. today. The body will be taken to the church an hour before the funeral. -The Herald-Dispatch, August 28, 1968
Obituary of Okey Clark submitted by Mark Taylor

MRS. IDA CLARY Forty-five years old, who was fatally injured Wednesday morning in a gas explosion at her home, 1610 Third avenue, rear, will be buried at Greenbottom following funeral services at the Greenbottom M. E. Church this afternoon at an hour to be announced. -The Herald-Dispatch, Friday, Morning, April 1, 1932
Note: This person is listed in Greenbottom Cemetery as Ada Brumfield Clary

A. V. Clonch Fifty-three years old veteran Chesapeake & Ohio railway employee, who died at 2:30 o'clock yesterday morning at his home, 2831 Overlook drive, will be buried at Oaklawn cemetery following funeral services at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Ninth Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Ninth avenue and Twenty-fifth street. Rev. F. E. Lambert, assisted by Rev. J. N. Harrold, will officiate. Mr. Clonch had been an employee of the C. & O. for 25 years. He was an active member of the Ninth Avenue Church; the Odd Fellows lodge of Barboursville, and the Junior Order of United American Mechanics, Council No. 18, of Huntington. He leaves the widow, Mrs. Lyda Clonch; four sons, L. L. Clonch, M. P. Clonch, F. H. and Harold Clonch, all of Huntington; three brothers, D. W. Clonch, of Martha; J. T. Clonch, of Glenwood, and D. E. Clonch, of Ohio; four sisters, Mrs. W. W. Atkins, of Oklahoma; Mrs. Edward Eden, Mrs. James Coffman and Mrs. Theodore Heise, all of Huntington. -The Herald-Dispatch, Tuesday, Jun. 9, 1931
Obituary of Albert Van or Aluvand Clonch (14 Nov 1874-8 Jun 1931) - Submitted by Ralph Hayes

CLONCH, Blanch Ona
Following an illness of one year, Blanche Ona Clonch, 47, wife of M. P. Clonch of Willowwood, died Sunday morning in a Huntington hospital. the body is at the home where friends may call until 12 o'clock Tuesday noon at which time the remains will be removed to the Ninth Avenue Methodist church, Huntington for the last rites at 2 o'clock. The Rev. Virgil Swartzwelder of South Point and the Rev. J. H. Dawson and Rev. Chas. Ambrose, Huntington, will officiate. Burial will be in Oaklawn cemetery, Huntington, with Schneider undertakers in charge.
Survivors are the husband M. P. Clonch, the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hite, Huntington, a son, David (sic) of Willowwood, two daughters, Mrs Clifton Hayes, Scottown and Mrs. Darwin Ellis of Chesapeake. Also surviving aree six brothers, Harry, Chester, Ernest, Forest and Earl Hite all of Huntington and Paul Hite of Frankfort, IN. Four grandchildren also survive. -Source Unknown
Obituary of Ona Blanche Hite Clonch (6 Oct 1900-14 Dec 1947) - Submitted by Ralph Hayes

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