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JOHNSON, Charles R. Seventy years old, 15 West Third avenue, died last night at 6:35 P.M. in a Huntington hospital after a week's illness.  The body is at the Reger funeral home pending completion of funeral arrangements. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Julia Early Johnson; a son, Alden Johnson of Huntington; a step-son, Lawrence Wilks of Huntington; 13 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, and two brothers, Austin Johnson of Gallipolis O., and Orin Johnson of Phoenix, Ariz. -The Herald-Dispatch, Friday Morning, May 30, 1941

JOHNSON, D. A. D. A. Johnson, 85 years old, who last Monday suffered a stroke of paralysis, died at 7 o'clock last night at his home in Hamlin, W. Va.  The funeral will be conducted tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock in Hamlin.  Mr. Johnson, a life-long resident of Hamlin, is survived by two sons, Oliver of St. Albans, and Simon of Hamlin; a daughter, Mrs. A. J. Burns, of Huntington; three brothers, Elijah, Enoch and James, and a sister, Mrs. Crawford Vest of Hamlin. -The Herald-Dispatch, Sunday Morning, December 10, 1922

JONES, Earnestine E.
THE LAST SAD RITES.
REMAINS OF MRS. JONES LAID TO REST AT SPRING HILL THIS AFTERNOON
At three o'clock this afternoon the funeral service of Mrs. Earnestine E. wife of George C. Jones, of Russell, Kentucky, was held at the Johnson Memorial church, in this city.  The solemn service was conducted by Rev. Mr. Robinson, pastor of the Russell church, as Mrs. Jones was a member of that Cougregation and was a Christian in every sense the word implies.  After the sad service the procession to Spring Hill cemetery was begun, many persons accompaning the remains to their last resting place.  The floral offerings were numerous and beautiful, expressing deepest love and respect for the dear departed. -Huntington Advertiser, Tuesday Evening, September 13, 1898
Note: Obituary typed as printed, including the misspelled words cougregation and accompaning.

JORDAN, Dan
Dan Jordan sixty-eight, of 305 Tiernan street, died this morning in a Huntington hospital.  Surviving are the wife, Mrs. Marle Belle Jordan; two daughters, Mrs. Lillian Mullins and Miss Lucy Jordan of Huntington; two sons, Eugene Jordan of Huntington and Kenneth Jordan of Moundsville; a sister, Mrs. Bernice Thompson of Columbus, O.; a half-sister, Mrs. Addie Hickman of Columbus and a half-brother, Theodore Thompson of Columbus.   Funeral arrangements are incomplete.  The body is at the Beard-Fisher Funeral Home. -The Huntington Advertiser, September 18, 1956, pg. 3
Submitted by Marcia Hurtt, 27 Sep 2007

JORDAN, Mrs. Lusetta Eighty-three years old, who died Monday night at the home of a daughter, Mrs. B. C. Chapman of Milton, will be buried today in the Milton cemetery following funeral services at 2 P. M. at the Heck and Danford funeral home at Milton with the Rev. Raymond Musser, pastor of the Milton Methodist Church and the Rev. Harvey Gray, pastor of the Baptist Church officiating.  Pallbearers will be grandsons, Randall Reynolds, Jack Reynolds, Norvell Jordan, Lynn Chapman, Harold Jordan, H. D. Sexton, and William Ryalls.  Surviving are two other daughters, Mrs. W. D. Kinnard of Huntington, and Mrs. Alice Reynold of Milton; three sons, Jennings, Chester, and Thomas Jordan of Milton, and 16 grandsons. -The Herald-Dispatch, Wednesday Morning, January 15, 1941

JOY, James
JAMES JOY DIES AT BARBOURSVILLE
Former Commissioner of County Court is Victum of Paralysis - James Joy, 59 years old, a former commissioner of the Cabell county court, died at his home in Barboursville at 7:30 o'clock last night.  He was a victum of paralysis, dying as the result of a third stroke.
Mr. Joy was a well known farmer of Cabell county.  He served two six year terms as a member of the county court, to which he was elected as a Republican.
He leaves four sons, Homer H. Joy, Vernon Joy, J. H. Joy and Azel Joy. -The Herald-Dispatch, Friday Morning, January 2, 1925
 


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