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HALL, Howard C.
HOWARD C. HALL Forty-seven years old, World war veteran and manager of the Jefferson hotel, who died yesterday morning in a local hospital after an extended illness, will be buried tomorrow afternoon in Spring Hill cemetery following funeral services at 2:30 o'clock at the hotel with Dr. B. P. Taylor, pastor of the Johnson Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church, South, officiating.  Surviving are the mother, Mrs. Roxie J. Hall, and a foster sister, Mrs. Iva Rardin, of Huntington. -The Herald-Dispatch, Friday, April 9, 1937, pg. 12

HAMLIN, Mrs. Mandora
MRS. HAMLIN DIES Mrs. Mandora Hamlin, aged 43, died yesterday morning at her home at 1945 Maple avenue, as the result of a complication of diseases. The funeral will be held from the late home of the deceased at two o'clock on Sunday afternoon. Interment will be at Spring Hill cemetery. -The Herald-Dispatch, Saturday Morning, November 2, 1912

   Wilson Hammock, 39 years old, widely known Kenova resident, who died Thursday at his home will be buried at Woodmere cemetery, in Huntington, following funeral services at the residence at 2 o'clock this after noon.  Pallbearers will be R. H. F. Parsley, C. G. Peck, Coka Booth, W. E. Wright, Bryant Preston and Paul Singleton.
   Mr. Hammock was a life long resident of Wayne county, and a brother of Jess Hammock, former Wayne county prosecuting attorney. -The Herald-Advertiser, Sunday, Feb. 26, 1933

Died Saturday, April 27, 1901, at 5 o'clock in the morning, Norma, the infant daughter of John and Blanche Hanley, aged four months and twenty-eight days. The remains were interred in the Kilgore burying ground at 11 o'clock Sunday morning. Rev. J. D. Carter conducted the services. -The Cabell Record, Milton, W. Va., Thursday, May 2, 1901

HATFIELD, Ruby Beatrice, Mrs.
MRS. RUBY BEATRICE HATFIELD Fifty-three years old, of Barboursville Route 1, who died yesterday at her home, will be buried in Oaklawn Cemetery following funeral services at 2:30 P. M. tomorrow at the Elmwood Baptist Church with the Rev. G. C. Hutchinson, the Rev. Stanley Blankenship and the Rev. Jack Trump officiating. Survivors include the husband, Carl Hatfield; one daughter, Mrs. Jack Browning of Barboursville Route 2; one son, William Keith Hatfield of Barboursville Route 1; three brothers, Kermit, Everett E. and Thomas E. Dillon of Barboursville Route 1, and three grandchildren. The body will be taken to the residence at 1 P. M. today from the Wallace Funeral Home at Barboursville, and will be taken to the church one hour before the services. Pallbearer will be Robert Bowman, Raymond Shomaker, Eura Gothard, Alfred Browning, Waldo Halley, James Lusher, W. H. Buchannan and Fred Love. Flower-bearers will be members of the Ladies Bible Class of the Elmwood Baptist Church. -The Herald-Dispatch, Friday, March 14, 1952, pg. 48

HAUCKE, Conrad
Conrad Haucke, Pioneer Citizen Passed Away at His Home Sunday
The death of Conrad Haucke, an aged Union Soldier and member of the local G.A.R., occurred at his home in upper Third avenue Sunday night, after a protracted illness from diseases incident to old age.
The decedent was one of the aged and respected citizens of Huntington and passed away at the age of 69 years. He had been a resident of this city for many years and his circle of friends embraced the majority of the older inhabitants of Huntington.
The funeral will be conducted this afternoon from the home and will be in charge of Bailey Post. The final services will be held at 2 o'clock. Interment will be made at Spring Hill cemetery.
A widow and two sons survive. -Herald-Dispatch, Tuesday Morning, December 28, 1909  Civil War Index

HAWKINS, J. M., Mrs.
One of the saddest deaths in the city for some time was that of Mrs. J. Marshall Hawkins, which occurred at the the residence on Fifteenth street last Saturday afternoon at five o'clock.  For several weeks she had been a great sufferer, but bore her sufferings with great fortitude.  The best medical skill from our own city and Cincinnati was employed, but the grim reaper could not be stayed, her Master called and she had to go.
Mrs. Hawkins was the daughter of Frederick D. and Francis E. Beuhring and she was born in this city November thirtieth, 1868, being thirty one years of age when the death summons came.  She was married to J. M. Hawkins December eleventh, 1893, and her husband and two bright little sons, one four years the other two months of age now survive her.
To them The Advertiser extends it sincere sympathy.
The funeral services were conducted by Rev. B. F. Gosling at the Johnson Memorial church of which she was a consistant member, at three o'clock this afternoon.  Burial at Spring Hill. -Huntington Advertiser, Monday Evening, July 17, 1899
Note: The above obituary refers to Nora Belle Beuhring, who married Jesse Marshall Hawkins. The names of their two sons were Donald and Howard.
A sister of Nora, Virginia Elinor Beuhring married Jesse's brother, John Lee Hawkins and five children were born to this union as follows: Nan, Fred, Louise, Howell, and Elinore. -Cabell Co. Heritage Book, 1996, pg. 196

   Mrs. M. C. Hawkins, 50 years old, of 1217 Fourth avenue, who died yesterday morning in a Huntington hospital after a long illness, will be buried tomorrow in Spring Hill cemetery after funeral services at 2:30 P. M. at the Steele Funeral home.  Dr. Armand L. Currie, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, will officiate.  Pallbearers will be Charles Woods, H. H. Guthrie, T. E. Cobb, George Flowers, Paul Thomas and H. I. Lyng.  Honorary pallbearers will be A. S. McCoy, Dr. Boyd Brown, Warren Smith, W. A. Chambers, S. E. Fisher, Cecil Berry and Laney Agner.  Mrs. Hawkins was born June 4, 1888 at Charleston, W. Va.  She was a member of the First Presbyterian church.  Surviving are the husband; a daughter, Mrs. R. H. Cobb; a grandson, Jack Cobb; her mother, Mrs. J. S. Ferrell; two sisters, Mrs. H. I. Lyng and Mrs. Clifford Napier; and four brothers, J. Shirley Ferrell, Earl Ferrell and Charles Ferrell, all of Huntington, and Frank Ferrell of Charleston. -The Herald-Advertiser, Sunday, April 30, 1939, pg. 4

HAWS, Samuel
Samuel Haws, age 84, of Ceredo died at the Guthrie hospital in Huntington, last Friday following an operation for hernia. Mr. Haws had been a resident of Ceredo since the days of the Civil War and was a respected citizen in the community. He was a Union soldier, in the conflict for the four years from 1861 to 1865. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. B. S. Akers and Rev. J. R. Reynolds at the Ceredo Baptist church, of which congregation the deceased had been a member for many years. Interment was made in the family cemetery near Ceredo. Surviving relatives are his widow, and three children, J. T. Haws, R. W. Haws and Mrs. H. D. Stewart, all of Ceredo. -Wayne News, Thursday, October 15, 1925

HAYES, Mrs. Ernestine 74, of Athalia, Ohio, died Thursday, April 14, 1983, in the Huntington Hospital. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Hall Funeral Home, Proctorville, by the Rev. Eddie Salmons and the Rev. Charles Turley. Burial will be in Rome Cemetery. She was born Feb. 23, 1909, in Cabell County, W.Va., a daughter of the late George and Rebecca Brumfield Chapman. She was a member of the McKinley Chapel Church. Survivors include her husband, Iddo Hayes; three daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Burcham of Athalia, Mrs. Elsie Aliff of Proctorville and Mrs. Thelma McMillan of Huntington; one son, Donald Hayes of Proctorville; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; four step-grandchildren; seven step-greatgrandchildren; and one sister, Mrs. Goldie Bowen of Lesage, W.Va. Friends may call after 6 p.m. Friday at Hall Funeral Home. -Huntington Herald-Dispatch, Friday, April 15, 1983

HAYSLIP, George Victor Sixty-six years old, of 246 Guyan street, retired C. & O. employe, who died yesterday morning in a Huntington hospital following an operation, will be buried at Highland cemetery following funeral services at the residence tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Rev. T. W. Hays, pastor of Guyandotte M. E. Church, will officiate. Pallbearers will be A. E. Trenor, James Fawcett, H. C. Everett, S. A. McGinnis, James Murphy, John Poindexter, Bernard Crummett, W. F. Kahler and Dr. O. E. Reynolds. Mr. Hayslip was born in Guyandotte June 26, 1867, and was a direct descendant of one of the pioneer families of this vicinity. He obtained his education in the Guyandotte public schools and was employed by the C. & O. shops where he continued his work for 36 years, retiring in 1928. He was a member of the Ancient Order of United Workmen and of the Knights of the Golden Eagle. He is survived by the widow Mrs. Musetta Cochran Hayslip. -The Herald-Dispatch, Saturday Morning, October 21, 1933  FGS

HAYSLIP, R. H. Lee In Memoriam - At a regular meeting of Olive Lodge No. 27, I. O. G. T., held on Saturday the 2d day of May 1874, the following preamble and resolutions on the death of R. H. Lee Hayslip, were unanimously adopted. Whereas, is has pleased Almighty God in his wise providence to call from time to eternity on last Monday, April 27, our much beloved brother R. H. Lee Hayslip, therefore, be it
Resolved 1. That in his death, we have sustained the loss of a most active and useful member of our order.
Resolved 2. That his devotion to the cause of temperance, his amiability of spirit and his great urbanity of manner commend themselves to our imitation.
Resolved 3. That his regalia be clothed in mourning and placed over his desk, and the members wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty days and that a blank page be left in the journal as a tribute to his memory.
Resolved 4. That we hereby tender to his parents and relatives our warmest sympathies in this their very sad bereavement.
Resolved 5. That a copy of these resolutions be sent to his parents and relatives, also a copy to the Democratic Banner and Huntington papers for publication. Signed: B. D. McGinnis, Julius Freutel, J. C. Baker - Com., H. W. Stewart, W. C. T. and P. H. Keenan, W. S. -The Democratic Banner, Guyandotte, WV, Thursday, May 7, 1874

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