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NEAL, A. G. "Galley" -Newspaper Clipping

NEAL, George W. DIED VERY SUDDENLY - George W. Neal, age fifty-three, a well-known citizen, died suddenly at his home, 1837 Third avenue, just before noon today. Apoplexy was the cause assigned by physicians who reached Mr. Neal's side within a few moments after his demise. Mr. Neal had been complaining for a day or two and when he went to his home at about 11:40 o'clock this morning he stated that he was feeling ill and was going up stairs to lie down. He did so, and when dinner was prepared a few moments later, his son-in-law, W. A. Gilmore, went to his bedside to awaken him. Mr. Neal seemed to be in a deep sleep; after speaking to him once or twice Mr. Gilmore put his hand on him and found to his horrow that he was dead. With all possible dispatch physicians were summoned but the man was past the need of their services. He had been dead for at least fifteen minutes when found. Mr. Neal was born in Gallia county, Ohio, but has lived in Huntington for the past thirteen years. He was a shoemaker and had a shop on Twentieth street neat the corner of Fifth avenue. Many men and women knew him as Neal the shoemaker, and he was very popular with all of his acquaintances. He is survived by his wife and four children, Mrs. W. A. Gilmore, Miss Ottie Neal, George Neal and Frank Neal, all of this city. The date of his funeral has not been set but he will be buried in the Neal family grave-yard at Mercerville, O. -Huntington Advertiser, Saturday, August 8, 1908

NEAL, Robert
ROBERT NEAL Seventy-one years old, of Gallipolis, O., died Wednesday night at his home after an illness of two months.  He was born at Milton, May 19, 1880, a son of the late John and Mary Neal. Survivors include the widow; one daughter, Mrs. Clay Beckett of Huntington; four sons, Leroy Neal of Milton, Alvin and Richard Neal of Gallipolis, and John Neal of Phoenix, Ariz.; one brother, Clark Neal of Milton, and two sisters, Mrs. Jim Chapman of Huntington, and Mrs. Tom Conner of Chattanooga, Tenn., and 19 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 P. M. Sunday at the Providence Baptist Church at Milton by the Rev. Bennie Courts and the Rev. G. C. Hutchinson. Burial will be in the Neal Cemetery near Milton. earlier rites will be conducted at 7 P. M. tomorrow at the residence. The body has been taken to the residence from the Heck Funeral Home at Milton.  -The Herald-Dispatch, Friday, March 14, 1952, pg. 48

NEALE, Mrs. Attarha Beall
MRS. ATTARAH BEALL NEALE Ninety-one years old, widow of Edwin L. Neale and grandmother of Miss Attarah Blackwood, Marshall college secretary, who died Tuesday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. C. K. Blackwood, Point Pleasant, was buried there yesterday following funeral services at the Christ Episcopal Church with Rev. Frank T. Cady, rector, and Rev. William Meade officiating.  Surviving, in addition to the daughter and grandmother, is a grandson, E. N. Blackwood, of Huntington.  A niece, Mrs. L. S. E. Miller, two nephews, C. B. W. Neale and Edwin L. Neale, and Mrs. Frank D. Botts, all of Huntington, attended the services. -The Herald-Dispatch, Friday, April 9, 1937, pg. 12

NEWTON, Mrs. Genevieve M. 81, of Huntington, widow of George T. Newton, died Wednesday, May 3, 1995, in St. Mary's Hospital. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 6, at Faith United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Michael Linger officiating. Burial will follow in Ridgelawn Memorial Park. She was born Sept. 9, 1913, in Gallia County, Ohio, a daughter of the late Charles and Dochie Myers Berry. She was the former part owner and founder of the Beverly Hills Beauty Shop and was the former co-owner with her husband of Newton's Hardware and Appliances. She was a member of Faith United Methodist Church, the Berean Sunday School Class, United Methodist Women's Circle and of the Golden Years and young at Heart Bowling League. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Joyce Pacer of Orlando, Fla., and Mrs. Cheryl Cartwright and her husband, Richard, of Columbus, Ohio; two sisters, Mrs. Vada Mounts of Kitts Hill, Ohio, and Mrs. Ernestine Hayes of Proctorville, Ohio; six grandchildren, Marlene Moore, Teresa Beter, Joe Beter, Amy Anderson, Nathan Cartwright and Mark Cartwright; and a great-grand-daughter, Samatha Anderson. In memorial, those who wish may make contributions to Faith United Methodist Church. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Beard Mortuary. -The Herald-Dispatch, Thursday, May 4, 1995


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