STALEY, Bernie — Seventy years old, 1621 Military Road, who died Sunday at this home, will be buried in Spring Hill Cemetery following funeral services
at 2 P.M. tomorrow at the Klingel-Carpenter Mortuary with Dr. J. Maurice Trimmer officiating. Graveside rites will be conducted by Huntington Lodge
53, AF & AM. Mr. Staley, a resident of Huntington for 65 years, was born March 3, 1883, in Wayne County. He was a member of the Fifth Avenue Baptist
Church, the Junior Order of United American Mechanics, Huntington Lodge 53, AF & AM, and Beni Kedem Temple of the Shrine at Charleston. Survivors
include the widow, Mrs. Jessie Hazlett Staley; a daughter, Mrs. Bernice Grover of Chicago; a son, Watts W. Staley of Huntington; four grandchildren,
Mrs. Maxine Elkins of Chicago, Herbert Brentlinger and Mrs. Clay Williams of Huntington, and Mrs. Kathleen Williams of Washington, and seven
great-grandchildren. The body is at the mortuary where friend may call after 11 A. M. today. -The Herald-Dispatch, Tuesday, May 12, 1953
MRS. STANLEY DIES
Well Known Young Woman Succumbs To Tuberculosis in New Mexico-Funeral Here.
Word was received yesterday of the death of Mrs. Eunice Stanley, 25 years
old, wife of Frank Stanley, local business man, in Albuquerque, N. M., on
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, with their two years old daughter, Margaret, left
Huntington six weeks ago for the southwest, hoping to benefit Mrs. Stanley's
health. Mrs. V. V. Eggers, of this city is the mother of Mrs. Stanley.
Captain E. E. Knight, of the Huntington Fire Department is an uncle.
As Miss Eunice Eggers, Mrs. Stanley was well known to many Huntington
people, and was a graduate of the local high school and of Marshall College.
Funeral services will be held in Barboursville. The body will arrive here
Sunday. -The Huntington Herald-Dispatch, Thursday Morning, January 18, 1916
STEELE, J. N. — After funeral rites are observed at the late home in this city, the body of J. N. Steele, 75, who died yesterday morning after a brief
illness, will be taken to Wellston, O. Services will be held at the Methodist church there and interment will be made at the Wellston cemetery.
Mr. Steele had resided in this city for the past eight years, living with his son, E. D. Steele at 1207 Ninth avenue. He is survived by three sons, E.
D. and R. R. Steele, local undertakers, John D., of Hampden, O., one daughter Mrs. Rhoda Braley of Ewington,
O., a sister, Mrs. R. A. Swearingen of West Carrolton, O., and one brother,
William Steele of Cambridge, O. He was born in Pennsylvania, May 18, 1846,
and while very young moved to Jackson county, O., where he obtained his
early education. He was graduated with a law degree but never practiced,
although he was admitted to the bar. For twenty-eight years he was active in
school work, both in his old home at Wellston and in the Ohio state schools.
After coming to Huntington he retired from active work. The funeral services
are to be held here at the late residence at four o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Rev. C. E. Goodwin will conduct the services. -The Herald-Dispatch, Saturday Morning, November 26, 1921
STEELE, Miss Mary — 18 year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Steele of 1815 Third avenue, died at her home Saturday afternoon after a week's
illness of spinal menigitis. Although Miss Steele was in a serious condition
from the beginning of her illness, yet her death came as a great shock to
her many friends. She is survived by her parents and one sister, Miss Emily
Steele, and one brother, Everett, both residing at home. funeral services
will be held Monday afternoon at two o'clock. -The Huntington Herald-Dispatch, Sunday morning, September 3, 1922
STEELE, Sidney H.
SIDNEY H. STEELE — Seventy-three years old, who died Sunday at his home, will
be buried in Ridgelawn Cemetery following funeral services tomorrow at 1 p.
m. at the Reger Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Charles Lewis officiating.
Friends may call at the funeral home. -The
Herald-Dispatch, Tuesday, Jan. 1, 1963, pg. 11
CONLEY STEPHENSON — Twenty-one years old, 184 Davis street, who was
drowned late Sunday afternoon in the Guyandotte river at Mays beach, near
Martha, will be buried at Spring Hill cemetery this morning. Funeral
services will be held at 10 o'clock at the Baptist Temple after brief
services at the residence at 9:30 o'clock. He leaves the widow, formerly
Miss Ethel Vale, of Rainelle, W. Va.; his mother, Mrs. Laura Stephenson, a
brother Carlisle, and a sister Cybil, all of the Davis street address. -The
Huntington Herald-Dispatch, Tuesday Morning, June 23, 1931
STEPHENSON, Mary P.
Mary Stephenson Dies In California
Mrs. Mary Pollard Stephenson, 54, of El Monte, Calif., formerly of
Huntington, died Wednesday at 7:30 P. M. The body will be brought here
for funeral services and burial.
Surviving are the husband, Thomas Stephenson; a son, Donald L.
Rice, a member of the Huntington fire department; one sister, Mrs. Louise
Parsons of Huntington; three brothers, C. S. Pollard and R. D. Pollard of
Huntington and E. M. Pollard of Indianapolis, and three step-daughters
living in California.
Mrs. Stephenson was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pollard.
-The Herald-Dispatch, Friday, Nov. 27, 1953, pg. 21
STEWART, James F.
JAMES F. STEWART — Fifty-nine years old, of 1808
Seventh avenue, who died Wednesday at his home following a lingering
illness, will be buried at Mina Chapel cemetery, Gallia county, O.,
following funeral services at the Mina Chapel this afternoon at 1 o'clock.
Brief funeral services will be conducted at the residence this morning at 10
o'clock. -The Herald-Dispatch, Friday, April 1, 1932
STICKLER, Thomas L.
THOMAS L. STICKLER — Fifty-six years old, 1025
Twenty-eighth Street, who died Wednesday en route to a Huntington hospital,
will be buried in Highland Cemetery following funeral services at 2 P. M.
tomorrow at the Twenty-fifth Street Pentecostal Church with the Rev.
Ernest Sowards, the Rev. Arthur Barton and the Rev. B. R. Duncan
officiating. Pallbearers will be Oliff King, W. T. Hutchinson, Cline
Williams, Brady Edmonds, Oscar Nelson and Basil Davis. The body will
be taken to the residence at 9:30 A. M. today from the Beard-fisher Funeral
-The Herald-Dispatch, Friday, Nov. 27, 1953, pg. 21