HEDGE, Harry H.
HARRY H. HEDGE — Sixty-seven years old, 2569
Collis Avenue, who died Wednesday, will be buried in the Rome (O.) Cemetery
following funeral services at 1 P. M. today at the Kincaid Mortuary.
Graveside rites will be conducted by the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen.
The body has been taken to the residence, and will be returned to the
mortuary at 11 A. M. today. Active pallbearers will be R. D. Turner,
G. E. Heck, W. E. Bias, L. K. Flaugher, H. H. Pennington, O. F. Belcher, J.
A. Nardella and D. C. Flaugher. Honorary pallbearers will be members
of Guyan Lodge 740 Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. -The
Herald-Dispatch, Friday, Nov. 27, 1953, pg. 21
DEATH OF MR. HENNEN, PROMINENT CITIZEN OF GUYANDOTTE
PASSES AWAY YESTERDAY AT NOON.
Perry Hennen, one of the most influential
citizens of Guyandotte, died at noon yesterday at his home on Buffington
Street. He had been ill for about a year past and his death has been
expected for some days past. He leaves a wife and eight children to mourn
his death. Mr. Hennen was about fifty-five years of age and has been active
in business circles for many years. He was at one time a stockholder in the
ax handle plant, when it was first started in Guyandotte. Mr. Hennen was
well known in this section and leaves many friends.
The funeral services will occur at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, and the
remains will be interred at Highland cemetery. The bereaved family have the
sympathy of all. -The Huntington Advertizer, Monday, November 30, 1896
HENRY, Robert Morton
ROBERT MORTON HENRY
Funeral services for Robert Morton Henry,
59, of 1216 Memorial boulevard, who died Friday in a Huntington hospital,
will be conducted at 2 P. M. tomorrow at the Reger Funeral Home with the
Rev. Mel Efaw and the Rev. Fred Dunn officiating. Burial will be
Spring Hill cemetery. Surviving are the widow Mrs. Mayme Frances
Shumate Henry; two daughters, Miss Antoninette Henry and Miss Donna Lee
Henry, at home; one sister, Mrs. W. H. Williams of Petersburg, Va. and a
half-sister, Mrs. W. H. Farris of Jackson, Miss. -The
Herald-Advertiser, Sunday, October
14, 1956, pg. 49
BURGESS HERRENKOHL — Nineteen
years old, of Lesage, who died Tuesday after a brief illness, will be buried
tomorrow in the Herrenkohl Church on Seven Mile with the Rev. W. H. Shepherd
officiating. Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Herrenkohl; his
widow and a daughter, Barbara Jean; two brothers, Doyle and Robert
Herrenkohl at home; and his grandmothers, Mrs. S. V. Henrdricks and Mrs. Mary
Herrenkohl, both of Lesage. -The
Herald-Dispatch, Thursday, July 18, 1940, pg. 4
Submitted by Martha Rehm
Mrs. Herrenkohl Taken by Death
Mrs. Louise Herrenkohl, 84, of Cox's Landing, died late Thursday afternoon, following an
illness of several months. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at
ten o'clock in the Cox's Landing Methodist Episcopal church, Interment to be
in the family plot there. The decedent was a pioneer resident of Cabell
county, born at Barboursville in 1844. She is survived by the following
children: Charles Herrenkohl and Emile Herrenkohl, Cox's Landing; Dr.
Herbert Warden, Millwood; Mrs. J. H. Warden, Mrs. J. A. Clark,
Barboursville, and Mrs. Laura Smith, Cox's Landing. -The Huntington
Advertiser, Friday Evening, March 30, 1917
HESTER, William E., Mrs.
DEATHS OF A DAY.
THE GRIM REAPER COMES AND CLAIMS HIS VICTIMS.
Yesterday morning at 5 o'clock death claimed Mrs. William E. Hester, the
wife of one of the most industrious and best colored men in the city. The
deceased was twenty-eight years of age and leaves a husband and seven
children. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon and the remains were
shipped to Keswick, Virginia, her old home. -Huntington Advertiser,
Wednesday Evening, July 5, 1899