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SHANNON, Mrs. Rose Mrs. Rose Shannon, 54 years old, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. P. D. Snedegar, 1245 Adams avenue, after a brief illness. She is survived by two sons, William and O. R. Shannon, of Huntington, and five daughters, Mrs. Snedeger, Mrs. W. H. Merritt and Mrs. L. H. Theem, all of Huntington, and Mrs. Frank Gribble, of Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Tony Vauhgn of Omar, W. Va. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. from the Snedegar home to Spring Hill cemetery. Rev. Thornburg will be in charge of the services. -The Huntington Herald-Dispatch, Monday Morning, September 4, 1922

SHEPHERD, Franklin Pierce Fifty-two years old, 116 Oakland Avenue, who died Sunday night, will be buried in the Spring Hill Cemetery following requiem high mass to be solemnized at 10 A. M. tomorrow at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church.  The Rev. James F. Tierney will officiate.  Active Pallbearers will be Paul Williams, Joe Yates, H. A. Hawes, Raymond McGhee, Robert Puthoff and Jack For, Honorary pallbearers will be Raymond Austin, Basil Brangham, Maooly Powers, Ike Stein, Clayton Carter, Willie Workman, Gene Adkins.  The body is at the Steele Funeral Home, where the rosary will be said at 7:30 P.M. tonight.

SHEPHERD, Franklin Pierce fifty-two years old of 116 Oakland Avenue, died at his home last night after a brief illness.  He was employed as an accountant with the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway and was a member of the National Machine Accountants Association.  He attended Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church.  Surviving are his wife: Mrs. Margaret Shepherd; two sons, Edward, in the Army, and Irvin at home: three daughters, Jean with twins, Lorraine and Elizabeth all at home; a foster son, William Walters; a sister, Mrs. Lee Harmon and a brother, Melvin Shepherd both of Prestonburg, KY. -The Herald Dispatch, Huntington, WV, May 20, 1957
Submitted by Annemarie Menard, 16 Apr 2009.

SHEPHERD, Margaret Conway, Mrs., 62, of 2815 Cottage St., was dead on arrival at a Huntington hospital Sunday at 8:30 p.m., a former employee of St. Mary's Hospital and of Mack & Dave's Loans, she was born November 30, 1904 in Cabell County, a daughter of the late Edward and Gertrude McNerny [sic] Conway.  She was a member of Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church.  Her husband, Frank P. Shepherd, died in 1952.  Survivors include three sons, William W. Shepherd of Parkersburg, Edward F. Shepherd of Beckley, and James Irvin Shepherd of Whichita, Kansas; three daughters, Mrs. William Lambert, Mrs. Lorraine Lambert, and Mrs. Emmett Fox McCrary of Huntington and 12 grandchildren.  The body is at Steele Funeral Home. -The Herald-Dispatch, June 26, 1967
Note: Franklin P. Shepherd died in 1957, not 1952 as stated in this obituary. Margaret Shepherd died 25 Jun 1967 at 2815 Cottage St., Huntington, age 62.  Submitted by Annemarie Menard, 16 Apr 2009.

SHIPE, U. Grant Funeral services for U. Grant Shipe, 59 years old, prominent Huntington resident and a member of the Cabell county board of equalization and review, who died Friday at a hospital of a self-inflicted bullet wound, will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the residence, 4116 Guyan avenue. Burial will be at Oaklawn cemetery, Barboursville.
He leaves the widow; two daughters, Mary Catherine and Ellen Shipe; one son Donald Shipe, all at home; one sister, Mrs. Blutcher Vinson, of West Hamlin, and two nephews. -The Herald-Dispatch, Sunday Morning, December 6, 1931  FGS

SHORT, Ora Blanche
MRS. ORA BLANCHE SHORT--Twenty-two years old, of 615 Adams avenue, died yesterday afternoon at her home following a lingering illness.  Funeral arrangements have not been announced.  She is survived by the husband, Carl Short; a son, Joseph Short; the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Earl, of Harveytown road; five brothers and three sisters. -The Herald-Dispatch, Friday, April 1, 1932
Note: This person is listed as Ola Blanche on the death certificate and Ola B. on the tombstone in Woodmere Memorial Park.

SHY W. E. Seventy-two years old, died last night at 10  o'clock at his home, 1407 Columbia avenue.  Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Emma Shy, and three brothers, R. R., A. A. and Girard Shy, all of Huntington.  The body is at the Reger Funeral home pending the completion of funeral arrangements. -The Huntington Herald-Dispatch, Friday, April 9, 1937, page 12

SHY, William Edward
WILLIAM EDWARD SHY Seventy-two years old, who died Thursday at his home, 1407 Columbia avenue, will be buried tomorrow afternoon in Spring Hill cemetery following funeral services at 1:30 o'clock at the home with Rev. J. H. Carson officiating. -The Huntington Herald-Dispatch, Saturday, April 10, 1937, page 3


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