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DICK, Lee The body of Lee Dick, who was electrocuted in Miami, Fla., March 10, arrived in Huntington Sunday afternoon on train No. 6, and was taken to the Johnston Undertaking company, from which it was transferred to the home of Mr. Dick's brother, Oval Dick, 718 Thirty-first street.
Funeral arrangements have not been completed, although it has been decided to hold the services Tuesday afternoon, with interment in Woodmere cemetery.
Mr. Dick is survived by the wife, Mrs. Laura Dick; his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Dick of Hamlin; five brothers, Frank Dick of Lavalette, Dalca, Bal, Teddy and Oval Dick of Huntington; four sisters, Mrs. Delbert Pullen, Hamlin; Mrs. Lona Pullen, Mrs. Ira Craword and Miss Maude Dick, all of Huntington. -The Herald-Dispatch, Monday Morning, March 14, 1927

DICKERSON, Clara Medford
MRS. CLARA MEDFORD DICKERSON
Eighty years old, 210 Sixth Avenue, who died Sunday at her home, will be entombed in Woodmere Abbey following funeral services today at 2:30 p. m. at the Klingel-Carpenter Mortuary with Dr. Aldred P. Wallace officiating. The body is at the mortuary. -The Herald-Dispatch, Tuesday, Jan. 1, 1963, pg. 11

DILLON, Mrs. Adeline
DILLON FUNERAL IS TO BE HELD FRIDAY
Thirteen children survive the death of their mother, Mrs. Adeline Dillon, 74 years old, who died at her home on Davis creek Tuesday after an illness of one week, due to la grippe.
Mrs. Dillon was the widow of Bruce Dillon, one of the earliest settlers of Cabell county, who died thirty years ago.
Funeral rites will be said Friday morning at ten thirty o'clock by the Reverend Sparks, at the Dillon Chapel, near Davis creek. Interment will be made in the Oakland cemetery near Barboursville.
The children are: Jeff Dillon, Burt Dillon, John Dillon, A. M. Dillon and James Dillon. The daughters are: Mrs. Flem Poteet, Mrs. Howard Wright, Mrs. James Paul, Mrs. Albert Blankenship, Mrs. W. J. Dillon, Mrs. Walter Blankenship, Miss Nora Dillon, Mrs. Walter Bradbury, of Huntington. Two brothers, Victor Turner, of Huntington and Lyman Turner, of Ohio, and one sister, Mrs. Nora Defoor, of Athalla, O., are left. -The Herald-Dispatch, Thursday Morning, February 18, 1917

DIRTON, Eugene   See DURTON, Eugene

DIRTON, Ruby Newspaper clipping
RUBY DIRTON, 80, of Franklin, N.C., formerly of Huntington, died Wednesday. Survivors include one daughter, Donna Hanna of Franklin. Graveside services 11 a.m. today in Woodlawn Cemetery, Franklin. Macon Funeral Home, Franklin, is in charge of arrangements. -The Herald-Dispatch, Thursday, Aug. 31, 1995, pg. 2B
Submitted by Martha Rehm, 29 Dec 2007


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