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MOONEY, Clarissa
DEATHS OF A DAY.
Mrs. Clarissa Mooney died yesterday afternoon at her home in West Huntington.  The funeral will take place tomorrow morning and the remains will be shipped by Undertaker Johnston to her old home in Gallia county for interment. -The Huntington Advertiser, Tuesday Evening, September 17, 1901

MOORE, Eula, Mrs.
MRS. EULA MOORE
   Funeral services for Mrs. Eula Moore, 812 Eleventh street, who died Thursday at her home, will be conducted at 2 P. M. tomorrow at the Calvary Baptist church with he Rev. L. R. Walker officiating.  Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery.  The body is at the Williams Funeral home where friends may call. -The Herald-Advertiser, Sunday, October 14, 1956, pg. 49

MRS. EULA MOORE - Of 812 Eleventh Street, who died Thursday, will be buried in Spring Hill Cemetery following funeral rites at 2 P. M. today at the Calvary Baptist Church, to be conducted by the Rev. L. R. Walker.  The body is at the Williams Funeral Home. -The Herald-Dispatch, Monday, October 15, 1956, pg. 8

MOORE, Howard
HOWARD MOORE IS CLAIMED BY DEATH
End Comes Early Saturday Morning to Life-Long Cabell Resident
Howard Moore, 37, of 2835 Eight avenue, died early Saturday Morning, following an illness of four months.  Funeral services over the remains will be pronounced Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the home by Rev. Mr. Oxley, burial to follow in Highland cemetery.
Mr. Moore, survived by the wife and one daughter, Lucille, resided in Cabell county during his entire life.  He was born at Barboursville, and for the past fifteen years has been a trusted employee at the D. E. Abbot plant here.  He was well known throughout the city. -The Huntington Advertiser, Saturday Evening, March 24, 1917

MOORE, Wesley
WESLEY MOORE FUNERAL
Funeral services for Wesley Moore, 92 year old civil War veteran, who died at the home of his son, Mr. Newton M. Moore, 2014 Twelfth avenue, will be held today at 12:30 o'clock.
Rev. T. W. Burdette will conduct the services, and interment will be made at the Spring Hill cemetery.
Mr. Moore was well known in the tri-state region, and was an old war veteran, having served with Company 1, in 1865.
For the past 20 years he had made his residence with his son's family, Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Moore of Huntington.
He is survived by two sons, N. M. Moore and Alfred Moore, both of Huntington, two sisters, Mrs. Betty Harmon, of Ashland, Ky., and Mrs. Zelphia Smithey, of Ironton, O.
Twelve grand children, 17 great grand children and 1 great great grandchild also survive him. -The Herald-Dispatch, Tuesday Morning, March 25, 1924

MORRIS, Charles, Sr.
MARTHA.
Death of Charles Morris, One of Cabell's Oldest Citizens.
Sunday night Charles Morris, Sr., aged 81 years, passed peacefully away.  He had been in feeble health for some months, and death was not unexpected.  He was one of the best known citizens of Cabell county, was highly respected and always had a good word for everyone.  His wife died several years ago.  The deceased he has been blind for some time.  He was beloved by all who knew home, and the funeral yesterday was one of the largest ever seen here.  He leaves several daughters and sons to mourn his loss, among whom is Mrs. T. J. Berkeley, Mrs. Dr. Moss, Mrs. Reece, Charles Morris, Jr., John Morris.  The cause of death was old age. -The Cabell Record, Milton, W. Va., Thursday, November 15, 1900, pg. 6

MORRIS, John A.
CABELL COUNTY PIONEER DIES
JOHN A. MORRIS DIED AT MARTHA YESTERDAY
Was One of Pioneer Residents of the County-Funeral to be Held Monday.
John Albert Morris, age 69 years, died yesterday at the home near Martha, where he had been ill for several weeks.  Mr. Morris was one of the pioneers of the county, and was a member of the Confederate army.
The family moved to the Guyan river in his early childhood, and there he spent the greater part of his life.  The surviving relatives are four children, as follows: Mrs. James Justice, and Mrs. Harry Sullivan, of Milton; Thomas J. Morris of Martha, and Charles A. Morris, of Villa Grove, Ill. Besides these there are three sisters and one brother as follows: Mrs. Mary Moss, of Barboursville; Mrs. Edna Rice, of Huntington; Mrs. T. J. Berkeley, of Milton, and Charles A. Morris, of Martha.
The funeral service will be conducted at the Elmwood Baptist church, at Martha, Monday morning at eleven o'clock.  The remains will be interred in the family burial grounds on the Morris farm, at Martha. -The Huntington Herald-Dispatch, Sunday Morning, April 5, 1914

MORRIS, John, Mrs.
MRS. JOHN MORRIS
   Funeral services for Mrs. John Morris, fifty, who died Sunday night at her home in South Barboursville, after an illness lasting over several months, will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the residence.
   Rev. E. W. Webster, pastor of the Baptist church at Barboursville, will conduct the services, and interment will follow at the Oakland cemetery, near her home.
   Mrs. Morris had been a resident of Barboursville. She was an active church member, and well known in Huntington.
   She is survived by one son, Kenneth Morris, of Barboursville, three sisters, Mrs. Harry Nash and Mrs. William Staten of Barboursville, and Mrs. C. A. Ollum, of Huntington; and four brothers, Creed, Harry, Frank and Tom Morrison, all living in the vicinity of Barboursville. -The Huntington Herald-Dispatch, Tuesday Morning, March 25, 1924

MORRIS, Martha
Death of Mrs. Morris
Mrs. Morris, wife of Charles K. Morris, died at her home near Dusenberry's Dam last night after a lingering illness.  She was 77 years of age, and was the mother of County Commissioner C. R. Morris.  Mrs. Morris was a noble woman and was well known throughout Cabell county.  Her husband is also dangerously ill and is not expected to recover.  They have been married for 59 years and are among the pioneer settlers of this county.
Mrs. Morris leaves five children to mourn her demise.  The funeral service will occur Monday at 11 o'clock. -The Huntington Advertiser, Saturday Evening, Dec. 26, 1896

BARBOURSVILLE
Mrs. Martha G. Morris, an aged lady living near Dusenberry's mill departed his life on the evening of December 25th, after a long and painful illness. The deceased leaves five children among whom is Mrs. Dr. V. R. Moss of this place. -The Huntington Advertiser, Tuesday Evening, December 29, 1896

MOUNT, Bessie, Mrs.
MRS. BESSIE MOUNT BURIED TOMORROW
Funeral Services for Mrs. Bessie Mount, 70 years old, of 2525 Ninth avenue, who died at her home Wednesday night, will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Twenty-sixth Street Baptist church.  Rev. Jerry Harmon and Rev. Carl Midkiff will officiate and interment will be in the Barboursville cemetery. -The Herald Advertiser, Friday Evening, April 10, 1936 

MOUNT, Bessie, Mrs.
MRS. BESSIE MOUNT Eighty-one years old, of Lesage, who was found dead at her home Thursday, will be buried in the Mount Cemetery at Lesage after funeral services today at 2 p. m. at Chapman's Mortuary with the Rev. Earl Whitmore officiating.  The body is at the mortuary. -The Herald Advertiser, Sunday, Oct. 4, 1964


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