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MEGEFF, Pearl, Mrs.
Mrs. Pearl Goldman Megeff, 42, 307 1/2 Eight Avenue, wife of Al Megeff, widely known Huntington businessman, died yesterday in a Huntington hospital. Funeral services were to be conducted today at 8:30 A. M. at the Kincaid Mortuary by Rabbi Jacob M. Danziger of the B'Nai Israel congregation.
The body will be sent to Chicago today by train for burial tomorrow in the family cemetery.
In addition to the husband, Mrs. Megeff is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Melvin D. Kahn of Cincinnati and Mrs. Samuel Samson,  Jr., of Huntington; the father, Lazarus Goldman of Chicago; three sisters, Mrs. A. B. Rimmerman and Mrs. Gerturde Chester of Chicago and Mrs. Gene Olsen of Miami Beach, Fla.; and four brothers, Sam Q. Goldman of Miami, Fla., Morris Goldman of St. Louis, William G. Goldman of Chicago and Louis E. Goldman of Daytona Beach, Fla.  -The Herald-Dispatch, Tuesday, August 19, 1947

MRS. HAZEL MEGGINSON Thirty-eight years old, of Wilson Switch, near Barboursville, died yesterday morning in a Huntington hospital. The body was taken to the Williams funeral home where funeral services will be announced today. Mrs. Megginson was the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Myres of Harrisonburg, VA. The parents survive. In addition, Mrs. Megginson is survived by three daughters, Eleanor, Dorothy and Kathryn, and two sons, Edward and Perry, all at home. -The Herald-Dispatch, Thursday, July 18, 1940, pg. 4
Submitted by Martha Rehm

MELTON, H. Dawson, Sr.
   Funeral services will be held for H. Dawson Melton Sr., who died yesterday morning at a hospital here, at the Steele Funeral home at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.  Burial will be at Milton.
   He leaves the widow; two sons, H. Dawson, Jr., and Jack Melton; two daughters, Helen and Mary Frances Melton. -The Herald-Advertiser, Sunday, Feb. 26, 1933

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