DEATH OF JAMES DOLEN
James Dolen, one of the aged
citizens of the southern part of the county, died suddenly at his home on
Raccoon creek yesterday morning. He was sixty six years of age and had lived
in that immediate neighborhood for forty years. His father died ten years
ago at the age of 112. -The Huntington Advertiser, Tuesday Evening, June
DOOLITTLE, Chloe O.
Death of Mrs. Doolittle.
Mrs. Chloe O. Doolittle, the mother of County Clerk and Judge Doolittle,
died at the home of the former in Huntington Monday morning, aged about 70.
She was an excellent lady and her death deeply mourned by a large circle of
friends. The remains were interred Tuesday at Spring Hill cemetery,
Huntington. -The Cabell Record, Milton, W. Va., Thursday, March 14, 1901,
ROBERT DOTSON DEAD
Scarlet Fever Takes Son of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Dotson of Ninth Avenue.
Robert Lyell Dotson, seven year old son of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Dotson, 1946
Ninth Avenue, died yesterday afternoon as the result of an attack of scarlet
fever and diphtheria. He leaves the parents and three brothers, Arthur,
Ernest and Gordon, and one sister, Pauline. The funeral services will be
held Tuesday afternoon at two thirty o'clock at the residence in charge of
the Rev. Roy McCuskey of the Seventh avenue Methodist church. Burial will
take place in Spring Hill cemetery. -The Herald-Dispatch, Monday
Morning, April 14, 1919