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COCHRAN, B. F.
B. F. COCHRANFifty-three years old, of 2226 Tenth avenue, who was killed Sunday morning in a landslide at Wellsburg, W. Va., where he was working on a state road project, will be buried in Woodmere cemetery tomorrow afternoon following funeral services at 2:30 o'clock at the Baptist Temple. He leaves the widow; two sons, Roy and Ray Cochran, at home; two sisters, Mrs. C. A. Freeze, of Youngstown, O., and Mrs. Margaret Clifton, of Weatherford, Tex.; and two brothers, Will Cochran, of Youngstown, and James Cochran, of Vivian, La. -The Huntington Herald-Dispatch, Tuesday Morning, June 23, 1931

CONNER, Wash, Mrs.
AROUND TOWN.
Mrs. Wash Conner, living a few miles south of Milton, died last night, aged about 60 years. She had been an invalid for years. -The Cabell Record, Milton, W. Va., Thursday, January 24, 1901

CONWAY, Gertrude Elizabeth, Mrs.
Seventy-three years old, of 116 Oakland Avenue, died yesterday at her home. Funeral services will be conducted at 9 am tomorrow at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church by the Rev. James F. Tierney.  Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery.  Mrs. Conway was a member of Our Lady of Fatima Church.  She was born August 18,1885 in Akron, Ohio, daughter of the late Michael and Mary McEnerny.  Survivors include a daughter, Margaret Shepherd, with whom she made her home; a sister, Mrs. George Riedel, of Russell, KY.; a brother, Frank of Oregon; six grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.  Her husband, Edward Conway, died in 1941.  The body is at the Steele Funeral Home where friends may call after noon today.  The rosary will be said there at 8 PM tonight by the Ladies Guild of Our lady of Fatima Church.  Active pallbearers will be Clarence Meisel, Alfred Meisel Jr., Raymond Hage, Felix Hage, and Campbell Hage.  Honorary pallbearers are Dennis Leary, Earnest Garland, Douglas Chambers, Carl Ballangee, James Wilks, Irvin Merritt, and Howard Sparks. -Unknown publication, unknown date
Submitted by Annemarie Menard

COOK, John
JOHN COOK DEAD - John Cook, 55, died at his home in Guyandotte yesterday.   Mr. Cook, who was engaged in the grocery business, came to Guyandotte two years ago from Portsmouth, O. Shortly after his arrival here he married Mrs. McFarland, a widowed lady of Guyandotte.  He had been previously married.  He was well connected, and possessed considerable property.  The remains will be taken to Cincinnati tomorrow for cremation, at the oft expressed wish of the deceased. Mr. Cook's relatives live in the vicinity of Portsmouth. -The Herald-Dispatch, Friday Morning, December 13, 1912

COOK, Nannie J.
MISS COOK DEAD - Miss Nannie J. Cook thirty-two years old died at her home at 1826 Seventh avenue Sunday morning after a brief illness. She was born in Cabell county and had lived in Huntington for about three years. She is survived by her father, Henry Cook, three brothers and two sisters. They are George and Samuel Cook of this city, Abbie Cook of Pea Ridge, and Ada and Pearl Cook both of Huntington. Her death follows very closely on that of her mother who died a little less than three months ago. She was buried today on Davis creek, the funeral services being held at the grave by the Rev. J. F. Woods, pastor of the Apostolic Holiness church of Huntington. -The Huntington Advertiser, Monday Evening, July 8, 1912

COWAN, Mrs. MaryNewspaper clipping
MRS. MARY COWAN Eighty-one years old, who died at 6 o’clock Monday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. S. B. Hendrick, of Lesage, will be buried in the old Barboursville cemetery following funeral services at 2:30 o’clock this afternoon at the Cox’s Landing M. E. Church. Rev. O J. Hensley, pastor, will officiate. Surviving, in addition to Mrs. Hendrick, are three other daughters, Mrs. W. H. Beech (Beach), of Huntington, Mrs. W. F. Alexander, of Columbus, O., and Mrs. M. A. Clark, of Lesage; and one son, Allen Cowan, of Lesage. -The Herald-Dispatch, Huntington, W.Va., May 3, 1933, page 2


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