Santa Clarita, Calif.
Dorothy Hamborsky, of Santa Clarita, Calif., died Friday, June 3, 2011. Born May 9, 1931, in Connellsville, she was a daughter of Charles and Maray Hamborsky. She was preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Veronica, Mary and Pauline; and brothers, Joe, Charlie and Paul. She is survived by a brother, William; a son, Tom Hamborsky and his wife, Dawn; a daughter, Tina and her husband, Bill Bulmer; and three grandsons. Dorothy graduated from Connellsville High School, class of 1950. She is will be sadly missed by her family and friends from the area.
Leonard P. Hamborsky, 67, of Uniontown, Fayette County, Pa., died on Tuesday, January 22, 2008, in the Uniontown Hospital with his loving family at his side. He was born on July 18, 1940, in Lemont Furnace, Fayette County, Pa. His parents, sisters, Elizabeth Kloak and Magdelene Knapp, and a brother, Andrew Hamborsky, preceded him in death. Leonard retired from the Pennsylvania State Liquor Control after 30 years. He was a member of Saint Mary (Nativity) Roman Catholic Church, Uniontown, Jednota Lodge, Past Vice President and life member of the North Union Volunteer Fire Department, and social member of the North Union Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8543.
Left to cherish his memory is his wife of 43 years, Bernadette M. "Bernie" (Tajc) Hamborsky; five children: Leonard Hamborsky, Jr., of Uniontown, Pa, Bernard Hamborsky, of Uniontown, and girlfriend, Jamie Vilella, of West Leisenring, Fayette County, Pa, Lynnette Hillen, of Brownsville, Fayette County, Pa, Denise Gordon and husband, Eric, of Uniontown, Pa. and Andrew Hamborsky and fiancée, Amy Chuska, of Uniontown, Pa.; five grandchildren: Jessika, Andrew, John, Dakota, and Autumn; sisters: Margaret Briggs, of New York, N.Y., Eleanor Grote, of Uniontown, Pa., Edward Hamborsky, of Alexandria, Va., and William Hamborsky, of Kentucky, and many nieces and nephews.
Private funeral services will be held in the STEPHEN R. HAKY FUNERAL HOME, INC., 603 North Gallatin Avenue, Extension, Uniontown, Pa, on Friday, January 25, 2008, with Rev. Father James Clark, officiating. Interment will be held at Sylvan Heights Cemetery, Uniontown, Pa.
Mary Lou Hamborsky
Mary Lou Hamborsky, 76, of Connellsville, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2011, at home. She was born Oct. 15, 1934, in Normalville, a daughter of the late Harry D. and Lottie (Brooks) Firestone. She was employed by Connellsville Sportswear and Pechin's in Dunbar. Mary Lou held various offices for Connellsville Eagles Ladies Auxiliary 493 and Sons of Italy. She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren on the family farm, crocheting and reading. For the past 10 years, Mary Lou played Mrs. Claus for special needs children. She is survived by a daughter, Christine Desensi and husband, John, of Orlando, Fla.; four sons, Vincent Hamborsky wife Mickie, Timothy Hamborsky and wife Lori, Charles Hamborsky and wife Virginia, and Buck Hamborsky and wife Cindy, all of Connellsville; 21 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; a brother, Daniel Firestone and wife, Cairn, of Scottdale; and a sister, Sue Soliday and husband, Barry, of Connellsville. In addition to her parents, Mary Lou was predeceased by her husband, Paul, in 2007. Friends will be received from 1 to 9 p.m. Tuesday in the VITO C. MARTUCCI FUNERAL HOME, 123 S. First St., West Side, Connellsville, and until 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, the hour of service, with the Rev. Dr. Marvin C. Watson officiating. Members of the Connellsville Eagles Ladies Auxiliary 493 will hold a ritual at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the funeral home. Interment will be private.
Paul V. Hamborsky
Paul V. Hamborsky, 73, of Connellsville (Bullskin Township), Fayette County, Pa., passed away Tuesday, June 5, 2007, at his home. He was born Feb. 14, 1934, in Connellsville, a son of the late Charles and Mary Swatoski Hamborsky. He was a member of St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church. Paul was formerly employed by the B & O Railroad as a fireman for nine years. He was self-employed most of his life as a livestock dealer. He was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, having served with the Marine Detachment aboard the Battleship Wisconsin BB64. He was awarded the National Defense Service Medal, Korean Service Medal, United Nations Service Medal and Navy Occupation Medal (Europe). Paul was a member of VFW Post 21, life member of American Legion Post 301, F. O. Eagles 493, Loyal Order of Moose Lodge 16, life member of the Slovak Club, Sons of Italy Lodge 454 and B. P. O. Elks 503. He is survived by his wife, Mary Lou Firestone Hamborsky, to whom he was married 52 years; a daughter, Christine D. Desensi and husband, John, of Orlando, Fla.; four sons, Vincent W. Hamborsky and wife, Mickie, Timothy Hamborsky and wife, Lori, Charles L. Hamborsky and wife, Jenny, and Buck Hamborsky and wife, Cindy, all of Connellsville; 20 grandchildren; six great- grandchildren; a brother, Bill Hamborsky, of Connellsville; and a sister, Dorothy Hamborsky, of California. Paul was predeceased by three sisters, Veronica Skoloda, Mary Monsour, and Pauline Stiller; and two brothers, Joe and Charles Hamborsky. Family and friends will be received from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and from noon to 9 p.m. Thursday, in the VITO C. MARTUCCI FUNERAL HOME, 123 S. First St., West Side, Connellsville. A Prayer Service will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, in the Funeral Home, with the Rev. Father Ronald Cyktor, Jr., officiating. Interment will follow in Green Ridge Memorial Park, Pennsville, Fayette County, Pa., with Military Services held at graveside. B. P. O. Elks Lodge 503 will hold a ritual at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Funeral Home, followed by the Loyal Order of Moose ritual at 7:30 p.m.
Evelyn F. Metz Hamel, 86, of Sierra Vista, Ariz., formerly of Mount Pleasant and Trafford, died Aug. 8, 1995, in Sierra Vista, Ariz. She was born Dec. 26, 1908, in Mount Pleasant, a daughter of the late John N. and Blanche Gearhart Metz. She was a graduate of the former Hurst High School Class of 1926. She graduated from California State Teachers College and did her graduate work at the University of Pittsburgh. She taught music for many years at Penn Trafford Junior High School. Her music career began at an early age, when she played the piano for Sunday School at the Mt. Joy Church of the Brethren. She was the organist at the Trafford Methodist Church for many years. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, Karl. W. Hamel in 1981; a daughter, Doris Louise Hamel; four brothers, John P., Robert, James and Millard Metz. She is survived by a son, Karl W. Hamel Jr. of Elgin, Ariz.; four grandchildren; four great grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. George (Kathryn) Beiber of Scottdale; two brothers, Fred G. Metz and Donald G. Metz, both of Mount Pleasant; and several nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held in her honor at 2 p.m. Aug. 26 at the Mount Joy Church of the Brethren with the Rev. Robert L. Bloom officiating.
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HAMER, PHILLIP RAY— Infant son of David and Nancy Powell Hamer of Belle Vernon, R. D. 3, Pa., died Saturday, January 18, 1975 in Children’s Hospital, Pittsburgh. Besides his parents he is survived by his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Altha Powell of Perryopolis; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hamer of Fayette City; maternal great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kershey of Perryopolis, maternal great- grandparent, Mr. Russell Powell of Perryopolis; paternal great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hamer of Fayette City; Mrs. Vera Grapes of Fayette City, and Mr. Floyd Grapes of Cumberland, Md. Private services were conducted Sunday, January 19, 1975 at the Stephen V. Vancy Jr. Funeral Home, Monessen, Pa. Burial was at Little Redstone Cemetery, Fayette City.
Addie Rose Hamilton
White, female, 22 months old
Cause of death–Whooping Cough
Born–March 24, 1897, Oliphant
Died–October 24 1898, Oliphant
Buried–Dickerson Run Cemetery
Father–John Henry Hamilton
White, female, 4 years old
Cause of death–Scarlet Fever, sick 2 weeks
Died–March 12, 1895, Brownsville
Father–Charles R Hamilton
Date of record–January 8, 1896
Allan J. "Yack" Hamilton, 74, of Connellsville, died Thursday, January 23, 1997, in Cherry Tree Nursing Home, Uniontown. He was born September 21, 1922 in Waynesburg, a son of the late Rev. William S. and Edythe McNeeley Hamilton. He was a member of the Franklin Memorial United Methodist Church, the United Methodist Men and was a member of the board of trustees. He was a veteran of WWII, serving with the U. S. Army, and also retired salesman for Liggett- Meyers Tobacco Company. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Louise Neighbors Hamilton, of Connellsville; two daughters Mary Ellen Doyle of North Versailles and Lynda Wanamaker of Connellsville; two sons, David Allen Hamilton and William Scott Hamilton both of Ohio; a brother, Wayne H. Hamilton of Sarasota, Florida; a sister Ruth Conn of Braddock, PA; six grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the Burhans-Crouse Funeral Home, 28 Connellsville Street, Dunbar. Interment will be in Sylvan Heights Cemetery, Uniontown.
Anjela I. Hamilton
Anjela I. Hamilton, 53, of Dunbar, died Monday, July 25, 2011, at her home. She was born May 30, 1958, a daughter of Annette Habina Welsh, of Dunbar, and the late James Welsh. Anjela was a graduate of Connellsville High School, class of 1977. She was formerly employed at Pechin's Deli and at the former Ames at Laurel Mall. She was a member of the Buchanan Church of God. In addition to her mother, she is survived by her husband, Mark W. Hamilton; a daughter, Rosali Snyder and her husband, Ross, of Scottdale; a granddaughter, Chole; a sister, Carrie Welsh, of Hawaii; and two brothers, James "Beaver" Welsh and his fiancee, Diane, and children, Fiona and David, of Normalville, and Lon "Duffy" Welsh and his wife, Donna, and their children, Brandy and Kayla, of Dunbar. Friends will be received from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday in the BROOKS FUNERAL HOME INC., 111 E. Green St., Connellsville, where services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday with the Rev. Tim Beatty and the Rev. Ewing Marietta co-officiating. Interment will follow in Bowman- Flatwoods Cemetery. To sign the guest registry, please visit www.brooksfuneralhomes.com.
Beth A. Hamilton, 76, of Uniontown, Pa., died Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2003. Beth was born April 3, 1927, in Stewartstown, W.Va., daughter of Gay and Hubert Alleman. She graduated in 1948, from West Virginia University with a B.S. in Chemistry. In 1969, she received her Master of Arts in Library Sciences from Dominion University and in 1977, she received her Certificate of Advanced Studies in Information Sciences at the University of Chicago. She was a chemist and later became a Science Librarian. She taught at the graduate library schools at the University of Illinois at Urbana, Northern Illinois University and Dominion University. She was the head of the Science and Engineering Library at the University of Illinois at Chicago in 1969, the Director of the Illinois Regional Library Council in 1972, and Senior Information Scientist at Triodyne Consulting Engineers and Scientists in 1979, until her retirement in 1991.Beth married E. Rex Hamilton (1925-1994) in 1949.She is survived by her five children, Shelley Hamilton, Meredith Hamilton, Eric Hamilton, Elizabeth Gruhn and John Hamilton; her grandchildren, Emily Hutter, Ethan, Zachary, Kaylyn and Miriam Hamilton, Natalie and Elliot Gruhn, and Nicholas, Matthew and Paige Hamilton; her great-grandson, Sage Hutter; a brother, Clyde Alleman; and her nieces and nephew, Vicky Lowry, Lisa Lay and Jennifer Harper and Adam Alleman and their children. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Uniontown Public Library or public library of your choice.
Betty Jean Hamilton quietly passed this earth on June 15, 2010 at the Lower Cape Fear Hospice, N.C. She was born October 7, 1924 to Mary Cole and father, Merle E. Cole of Hopwood, Pa. Formerly from Uniontown, Pa., she moved to Wilmington to be closer to her surviving children, Walter T. "Scott" McCartney III and Vickie Lee Sears, and her husband, George Dick. She leaves four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren and will be sorely missed by us all, friends and family, alike. She led a full life, not only the usual golfing and bowling, but the more adventurous activities of Grand-Prix auto racing and piloting friends to Cuba in 1957. She loved Christmas, the color red and cooking especially soup and pies- which she would lovingly hand out to her family and friends. She was retired from Uniontown Hospital where she worked in the ER as a nursing assistant. She was very compassionate and empathetic to those she cared for.
We love you Mom. Your spirit will forever live in our hearts. A CELEBRATION OF LIFE SERVICE will be held at her daughter and son - in - law's home at 3301 Bougainville Way, Wilmington, NC 28409 on Saturday, June 19 at 1:00 p.m. All friends and family are welcome. As per her wishes, a water scattering and short service will be held by the family, date to be determined. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Lower Cape fear Hospice Foundation, 1414 Physicians Drive, Wilmington, NC 28401. Please share memories and condolences at www.wilmingtonburialand cremation.com WILMINGTON BURIAL AND CREMATION SERVICE, 1535 S. 41st Street, Wilmington, NC 28403
Mrs. Caroline Bothwell Hamilton, the oldest person and oldest resident of this county, died at the residence of her son, Ezra P. Bothwell, in McArthur, at 12 o'clock Saturday, in her eighty-ninth year. She was born in Fayette county, Pennsylvania, in January, 1798; was the daughter of John Potter, and was married to James 1810, with whom she had lived in the State of Maryland until 1814, when they removed to this county, sixty-one years ago. Her husband died in 1861. She lived to see her fifth generation, and was the mother of eight sons and three daughters.
Elsie HAMILTON died in 1926. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(5)
HAMILTON, MRS. ELSIE
Ohiopyle, July 5Mrs. Elsie HAMILTON, 45 years old, died at her home here at 1 oclock, Saturday morning after a lingering illness of several years. Her husband and four children, Mrs. John YUTSEY of Garrett, Wilbur, Freeman and Dorothy, at home, survive. Courier Thurs. 7-8-1926
Elsie V. Hamilton
Las Cruces, N.M.
Formerly of South Greensburg
Elsie V. Hamilton, 87, formerly of South Greensburg, died after a long illness at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 4, 2008, at her home in Las Cruces, N.M. She was born Sept. 28, 1920, in Nottingham Township, Washington County, a daughter of Howard and Nellie Hixon. She married Howard Hamilton on Jan. 17, 1942. Mrs. Hamilton retired in 1985 after 30 years as a bookkeeper in the insurance industry. She is survived by her son, Don Hamilton, of Las Cruces, N.M.; and several nieces and nephews. Deceased are her husband; a brother, Addison Hixon; and two sisters, Leona Boyko and Dorothy DeNormandie. A graveside memorial service will be held for Mrs. Hamilton at 2 p.m. Friday, April 11, at the Pigeon Creek United Presbyterian Cemetery, Somerset Township, Washington County.
Emma May Hamilton, age 50, ill for some time with an acute heart condition, died at her home, 420 Second Street, Brownsville, at 1:50 a.m. Wednesday, January 18, 1933. She had been a resident of Brownsville for the past 25 years. Surviving are her husband, Joseph A. Hamilton; two daughters, Mrs. Franklin McBride, Brownsville; and Lola Mae, at home: and two sons, Robert A. at home, and John E. of Brooklyn New York four grandchildren also survive. Funeral services will be Saturday at 2:30 in the home. Rev. JAMISON, Pastor of the First M. E. Church will officiate. Burial in Redstone Cemetery.
Esther Murle Hamilton
Esther Murle Leighliter Halfhill Hamilton, 85, a lifelong resident of Connellsville, died Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2004, in Frick Hospital, Mount Pleasant. She was born Sept. 24, 1918, in Connellsville, a daughter of the late Walter A. and Dolly Buttermore Leighliter. She was Protestant by faith and had formerly attended Mount Olive Evangelical Church in Bin Township. Murle enjoyed being together with her family and doing all types of crafts. She is survived by her husband, Robert Hamilton; her children, John Paul Halfhill and his wife, Frances, Connie Bell and her husband, Glenn, Larry Halfhill and his wife, Leslie, Kay Norton and her husband, Robert, Dennis Halfhill and his wife, Jackie, and Jeff Halfhill and his wife, Robin, all of Connellsville, Ralph "Stanley" Halfhill and his wife, Nancy, of Aliquippa, Carol Yancosky and her husband, Coke, of Mount Pleasant, and Don Halfhill and his wife, Patty, of Claremore, Okla.; sisters-in-law, Dorothy Leighliter, of St. Mary, W.Va., and Edna Leighliter, of Connellsville; her grandchildren, Ralph Jr., Bill, Julie, Jenny, Jodi, Dennis Jr., Donald Jr., Jeff, Heidi and James Jr. Halfhill, Kimberly Barger, Tammy Tremba, Randy Kimmel, Todd, Jim and Robin Bell, Robert Norton, Steve, Michael and Joseph Yancosky, Jamie Falo and Billy Rhome; 25 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Murle was predeceased by her first husband, Ralph "Whitey" Halfhill; two sons, James and Freddie Halfhill; three brothers, Linley, King and Waide Leighliter; and three grandchildren, Greg, Paula Kay and Johnny Halfhill. Family and friends will be received in the BROOKS FUNERAL HOME INC., 111 E. Green St., Connellsville, today from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the funeral home with Pastor Paul Prinkey officiating. A committal service and interment will follow in Green Ridge Memorial Park, Pennsville. www.brooksfuneralhomes.com
HAMILTON, EUGENE W.— Age 74 years of 519 E. Church Ave., Masontown, died Sunday, February 22, 1976 in his residence. He was the son of the late Lawrence and Emma (Davis) Hamilton. He was born January 2, 1902 in Lemont Furnace. He was an insurance agent for the Prudential Company for forty years prior to his retirement. He was a member of the United Methodist Church, Masontown, the BPOE Lodge No. 370, Uniontown, the Pat's Club, Masontown and a life member of the McClellandtown Volunteer Fire Department. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ida Mae (Patton) Hamilton in 1971. He is survived by a son, Dr. Charles I. Hamilton, Reading, Pa.; a daughter, Mrs. John (Dolores) Beal, Masontown; four granddaughters; three sisters, Emma Broadwater, Mather, Pa., Florence Gemes, Ronco, and Mrs. Michael (Margaret) Cecullo, Masontown. Friends will be received in the Grant R. Townsend Funeral Home, 220 S. Main St., Masontown, this evening from 7 to 9 p.m., Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and until 2 p.m. Wednesday the hour of service in the funeral home with the Rev. Thomas E. Crenney officiating. Interment in the Greendale Cemetery.
Lieut. Jas. Hamilton died on Sunday, at 3 o'clock, P. M., Dec. 19, 1880, at his residence in Greensboro, Greene co., Pa., after a brief illness from pneumonia. The disease was contracted on fresh clay ground floor in a new stone ware shop. He was sick about three weeks. Lieut. Hamilton was a stone ware potter by occupation, in which his taste enabled him to take an exceptionable rank. He was known as the large ware turner, having turned the largest vessel ever turned in this vicinity. He was born in Beaver, Beaver co., Pa., in 1823. He was First Lieut. of company E, 14th Pa. Cavalry, serving under the dashing General Averill. He was in the following named engagements, Rocky Gap, Greenbriar, White Sulphur Springs, Droop-Mountain, The Salem and Hunter's raids. He was exceedingly kind hearted and generous, and would spend his last cent for the benefit of a needy friend. In his last illness he learned that a man was needy for the necessaries of life, he bade one his family to take meat and flour to him. His remains were interred on Tuesday in the M. E. church cemetery beside his wife. The funeral was largely attended. The mechanics, employees of the firm of Reppert, Williams & Co., manufacturers of stone ware, (of which Hamilton was a member), turned out to pay their last respects to one whom they learned to respect. TRUE FRIEND
John C. Hamilton
White, male, 18 months old
Cause of death–Croup, sick 2 days
Born–March 1896, Washington, Pa
Died–September 24, 1897, East Liberty
Buried–Dickerson Run Cemetery
Joseph A. Hamilton, 65, Brownsville, died at 11 o’clock Monday morning at his home after a two weeks’ illness. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Franklin McBride, Denora, and Lola Hamilton, at home; two sons, John of New York, and Robert, of Brownsville; eight grandchildren; two sisters, Miss Jennie Hamilton, at home, and Mrs. F. Diehl, Gettysburg, and one brother, Robert H. Hamilton, Randolph, Me. The Holy Name society of St. Peter’s R. C. church of Brownsville will meet at 7:45 o’clock tonight in the Kisinger funeral home, Brownsville, for services. The body will remain until 9 o’clock Thursday morning when high Mass will be held in St. Peter’s church. Rev. Fr. John will officiate and burial will follow in the family plot in Redstone cemetery, Brownsville.
White, male, 27 years old, married, laborer
Cause of death–Accident at Lemont
Died–November 23, 1897
Date of record–December 18, 1897
Mrs. Lillian Hamilton, age 29, died Sunday, August 1, 1937, at the home of a sister, Mrs. William Adamson, of Hiller, near Brownsville, after a lingering illness. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Matilda Timms, of Brownsville, and 12 brothers and sisters. Funeral services will be held at the home of her mother, 1250 Second street, Brownsville, at 2 p.m. on Wednesday. The Rev. A. F. Haynes will officiate. Burial will be in Redstone cemetery.
HAMILTON — June 10th at her residence in Washington County, Pa., Mrs. Margaret F. Hamilton in the 74th year of her age. The deceased was the mother of Rev. W. F. Hamilton of this place.
Margaret M. Hamilton
Margaret M. Hamilton, 91, of Star Junction, passed away Monday, Nov. 10, 2008. She was born Dec. 9, 1916, at Star Junction, daughter of the late John and Elizabeth Carson Kash. Margaret was a member of Star Junction United Methodist Church. She was a volunteer server for the Perryopolis Lions Club and she was a member of the Perryopolis Senior Citizen Center. Margaret was the last surviving member of her immediate family. She is survived by many nieces and nephews; a special friend, Nadine Thompson, of Fayette City; and her caregiver, Dorothy Herbert, of Star Junction. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husband, Harold Hamilton, of Vanderbilt, who was killed in World War II; brothers and sisters, George Kash, Anna Anderson, John Kash, Charles Kash, Elizabeth Blystone, Hilda Weaver and Holda Ingram; and sister-in-law, Helen Lynn. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday and until the hour of service at 10 a.m. Friday in the BLAIR-LOWTHER FUNERAL HOME INC., 305 Rear Independence St., Perryopolis, with Pastor Robert Moffat officiating. Interment will be in Bowman- Flatwoods Cemetery, RD No. 1, Vanderbilt.
HAMILTON, MARY E. (EWING)— Age 85 years of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, and formerly of 61 Girard Ave., Uniontown, died Saturday, March 8, 1980 at the Jane Phillips Medical Center, Bartlesville, Okla. She was born July 26, 1894 in Smithfield, Pa., the daughter of the late Charles and Cora Hayden Ewing. She was a retired Fayette County school teacher. She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank Hamilton on November 30, 1976. Surviving are a son, George A. Hamilton of Bartlesville, Okla., with whom she had resided; a daughter, Cora del Hamilton of Clearwater, Fla.; two grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. R. K. (Marguerite) Bent of Fayetteville, Ark. Private funeral services will be conducted Thursday, March 13, at 2 p.m. in the John F. Brownfield Funeral Home, Smithfield, with Rev. Floyd Kelly, pastor of the Smithfield United Methodist Church officiating. Interment will be in Lafayette Memorial Park, Garden of Gethsemene.
Nancy HAMILTON died in 1871. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(17)
Nancy Hamilton aged 91 years, and one of the oldest settlers died on the 4th inst. Mother Hamilton was respected by all who knew her.
Genius of Liberty. Uniontown, Pa. Nov. 16, 1871.
Patricia Gleason Hamilton, 70, of Uniontown, Pa., died peacefully at her home on Saturday, February 21, 2009, with her loving Children at her side. She was born July 5, 1938. Preceding her in death were her parents, Harold S. Gleason and Mary K. (Kamensky) Gleason, also Louis Kamensky and Kathryn (Kashary) Kamensky (maternal grandparents, Frank and Edna (Workman) Gleason (paternal grandparents), and her life partner, John A. Litman. Surviving are her children: Jeffrey M. and wife Karen of Radnor, Pa., Jacqueline and husband Jack Kianercy of Arlington, Virginia, David H. and wife Jackie Wymard of Uniontown, Pa., Mary Lynn and husband Lee England of Hopwood, Pa.; six grandchildren Chad England, Katie England Katie Wymard, Jessica Wymard, Annie Wymard and Kelsi Wymard. Patti graduated from The Grier School for Girls and received an elementary education teaching degree from Majorie Webster in Rock Creek Park Estates in 1958. Patti taught at Fayette County Head Start for many years and retired two years ago. Until her illness, Patti took care of Robbie and Rebecca Junk of Uniontown, Pa. She was a lifetime member of the Uniontown Country Club, a member of the Great Meadows Garden Club, and a former member of the Uniontown Service League. She volunteered for many years at Uniontown Hospital. She was a 400 member of Nemacolin Woodlands and a member of Saint John The Evangelist Roman Catholic Church. Throughout her life she enjoyed playing golf, tennis and bridge. She also attended Pitt and WVU football games and was an avid fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Friends will be received in the JEROME W. SHELL FUNERAL HOME at 164 South Mount Vernon Avenue, Uniontown, Pa., on Tuesday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and on Wednesday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Thursday, February 26, 2009, at 10:30 a.m. in SAINT JOHN THE EVANGELIST ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH with the Rev. Father Michael J. Crookston as Celebrant. Interment will follow in Sylvan Heights Cemetery.
White, male, 2 1/2 years old
Cause of death–Scarlet Fever
Died–March 5, 1895, Brownsville
Father–Charles R Hamilton
Date of record–January 17, 1896
White, male, 1 year old
Cause of death–Brain fever, ill 6 weeks
Died–January 28, 1898, Layton
Buried–Mt. Washington Cemetery
Date of record–May 7, 1898
Robert C. Hamilton
Formerly of Belle Vernon
Robert C. Hamilton, 81, of Donora, formerly of Belle Vernon, died Wednesday, March 8, 2006 in Mon Valley Care Center. Bob, also known as Junior Hawkins, was born in Fayette City on Sept. 14, 1924, a son of the late Robert C. and Agnes Hawkins Hamilton. He attended grammar school in Webster, graduated from Rostraver High School in 1942 and served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II. Survivors include one daughter and son-in-law, Sherri and Ray Nuccetelli, of Ellsworth; two grandchildren, Jennifer Mock and husband Aaron, of Deemston, and Raymond Nuccetelli and wife Shelly, of Ellsworth; three great-grandchildren, Madison and Mason Mock and Matthew Nuccetelli; one brother-in-law, Andrew Hanchin; and last, but by no means least, Cathy Mitchell, who came into his life and was there when he needed her the most. The Lord blessed Bob in many ways. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Kathryn Hamilton, in July 2002. Friends will be received Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. in the FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME INC. and CREMATION SERVICE, www.fergusonfuneralhome.net, a Golden Rule Member Firm, (724-929-5300), 700 Broad Ave., Belle Vernon. Funeral Services will be in the funeral home on Saturday, March 11 at 11:30 a.m. with the Rev. George Lammay, pastor of Olive Branch Baptist Church, officiating. Entombment will follow in Belle Vernon Cemetery.
Robert R. Hamilton, age 77, of Etters, Newberry Township, Pennsylvania, passed away Saturday, January 7, 2006. He was surrounded by his family during his final days. He was born June 28, 1928, in Brownsville, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, to Robert A. Hamilton and Laura J. (Crawford) Hamilton. Since his retirement in 1989, he has indulged his passion for woodworking and was most proud of the hand-turned canes that he and his son crafted from exotic woods. He was a member of Fishing Creek Salem United Methodist Church, Etters, where he particularly enjoyed Easter egg making. His other hobbies included genealogy, music, and photography. Prior to his retirement, he served as a Division Manager for the Whirlpool Corporation in the Pittsburgh (Pa.) area. He began his career in the appliance industry as a service repairman, owned an appliance repair service for many years and then joined the Whirlpool Corporation from where he retired after 20 years. He was predeceased by his parents and two sisters, Phyllis Freechack and Regina Fuller. He is survived by his wife, Lillie M. Hamilton; a son, Robert C. Hamilton, of Harrisburg, Pa.; two daughters and their husbands: Sharon K. and Richard Waters, of Harrisburg, Pa., and Karen L. and Harry M. Derrick, of Etters, Pa.; a sister, Lois Hamilton Rocco, of Sterling Heights, Michigan; and six grandchildren: Nicholas Hamilton, Jessica Gasper, Samuel Derrick, Jacob Derrick, Rachel Waters, and Lauren Waters. A Memorial Service will be held on Wednesday, January 11, at 11 a.m. in FISHING CREEK SALEM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, Etters, Pa. A brief visitation, beginning at 10:30 a.m., will preceded the Service.), 30 East 33rd Street, New York, NY 10016. The family most appreciated the work that this organization provides in the area of dialysis research and development. Arrangements have been entrusted to the PARTHEMORE FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICES INC., 1303 Bridge Street, Post Office Box 431, New Cumberland, PA 17070 (717-774-7721).
Samuel B. Hamilton, aged 65, for the past 29 years postmaster and general store keeper at Layton, died at 10:40 a.m., Saturday, March 14, 1931, in the Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, of complications. He was born January 20, 1866, the son of William and Emily Moorehead Hamilton. In addition to his widow, Mrs. Bessie Carson Hamilton, he is survived by five daughters and two sons; Mrs. A. E. Shirey and Mrs. Howard Edwards, both of McKeesport; Mrs. Clyde Fryan, Perryopolis; Mrs. Melvin Olinger, Layton, Miss., Venielia Hamilton, at home; P. E. Hamilton, of Pittsburgh, and Donald Hamilton, of Boston, Mass. Three sisters, Mrs. Noah Forsythe and Mrs. Mansfield Cupp, both of Layton and Mrs. Rena Jeffries, of Uniontown, also survive. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 10:30 o’clock in the Layton Methodist Episcopal church in charge of Rev. J. H. Enlow, of Pittsburgh, assisted by Rev. Harry Household, of McKeesport, both former pastors of the Layton congregation. Burial will be in Mr. Washington cemetery, Perryopolis.
Thomas Howard Hamilton, 82, of Hopwood, Pa., died Monday, April 13, 2009, in the Uniontown Hospital. He was born September 3, 1926, in Whitney, Pa. Preceding him in death were his parents, Thomas Hamilton and Carrie Washnock Hamilton and five sisters, Lillian Adinolf, Jane Jones, Carolyn Young, Betty Wood and Evelyn Grillo. Mr. Hamilton was a veteran of World War II having served in the Asiatic Theater of Operations and while aboard the USS Hank was engaged in nine major sea battles. He was an investigator for two years with the Department of Public Welfare, an Assistant County Detective for four years, a Deputy Sheriff for nine years and retired from the position of Fayette County Sheriff. Thomas was a member of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, the PA Sheriff's Association, The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Amvets General Marshall Post 103 Hopwood, Pa., Veteran's of Foreign Wars, Fayette Lodge No. 228 F&AM, Uniontown Lodge of Perfection, Council Chapter Consistory Valley of Pittsburgh, was Past President of the Laurel Highlands School Board and Past President of the Isaac Walton League. He was an avid outdoorsman who loved hunting, fishing and golf and was a dedicated fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Surviving are his loving wife of 62 years, Garnet Glover Hamilton; daughter, Sharon Adamovich and husband, Robert of Hopwood, Pa.; son, Thomas Hamilton and wife, Barbara of Vanderbilt, Pa.; four grandchildren: Jennifer Parks and husband, Steven of Lexington, KY, Melissa Adamovich of Pittsburgh, Pa., Thomas Hamilton, II and Carrie Mingrino both of Vanderbilt, Pa.; three great-grandchildren: Michael Parks, Joseph Parks and Caren Mingrino; as sister, Alice Seinburg of Rockville, MD and many nieces and nephews and dear friends. Friends will be received in the JEROME W. SHELL FUNERAL HOME, 164 S. Mt. Vernon Ave., Uniontown, Pa., today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 8:30 p.m. At 8:30 p.m. a service will be held with the Rev. Paul N. Frank officiating. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial donations be made to St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, 71 N. Gallatin Ave. Uniontown, Pa., 15401. Masonic funeral services today at 6:40 p.m
Mrs. Veda Trader Hamilton, aged 48, daughter of the late Thomas H. Trader and Carrie Sullivan Trader, of Fairchance, died at 5:40 Thursday evening, September 29, 1938, in Mercy hospital, Pittsburgh, after a week’s illness of a complication of diseases. Mrs. Hamilton was a resident of Gibsonia, in Richland township, Allegheny County. The body was removed last evening to the Minerd Funeral Home, where services will be conducted at 1:30 Saturday afternoon. Burial will follow in Park Place cemetery. Friends will be received at the funeral home until time of the funeral. Mrs. Hamilton is survived by two brothers, Staten Trader, of Monongahela, W. Va., and Robert Trader of Brownton, W. Va., and one sister, Mrs. Louisa Meehan, Pittsburgh.
Veronica Yateznick Hamilton, of Pittsburgh, Pa., died Monday, July 15, 1996, in Allegheny General Hospital. He is survived by three sons, Scott S. Hamilton of Santa Clara, Calif., Douglas W. Hamilton of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Robert C. Hamilton of Pittsburgh, Pa.; one grandchild; two brothers, Stephen Yates of Norfolk, Va., and James Hayes of Houston, Texas; four sisters, Mary Witko of Pittsburgh, Pa., Susan Jacenick of Pittsburgh, Pa., Helen Marino of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Grace DeMay of Washington, Pa. Friends were received in the Simons Funeral Home, Inc., 7720 Perry Highway, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15237, of Wednesday, July 16, 1996 and will be received today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
W. L. Hamilton, one of the most highly respected citizens of this place, died at his residence Wednesday, May 16, 1888, of cancer of the mouth, aged 74 years. Deceased came to Greensboro in 1850 from Beaver county and founded the famous Greensboro stone ware which still bears his name. He was a faithful member of the M. E. church and was always ready to help his friends and those that were dear to him. He leaves a wife and six children to mourn his death. His remains were laid to rest on Friday in Monongahela Hill cemetery, Rev. John McMinn officiating.
Elizabeth Agatha Olsavsky McPhilliamy Hamlin died peacefully in her sleep in her home in Vacaville, California, on Wednesday, December 24, 2003 where she had resided for the past 10 years. She was a loving Wife, Mother, Grandmother Great Grandmother, Sister and Homemaker. A native of Brier Hill, Fayette County, Pa., Elizabeth was born June 16, 1927. She had also resided in Cleveland, Ohio, Pittsburgh, Pa., Silver Spring, Maryland, Ridgewood, New Jersey, and Brick, New Jersey. She worked for Webster Hall in Pittsburgh, Pa., The Lighting Store in Ridgewood, New Jersey, Sears Department Store in Toms River, New Jersey, and Frequency Engineering Laboratories/Harvard Industries in Farmingdale, New Jersey. She was predeceased by her parents, John Olsavsky and Olga Brosovich Olsavsky, husbands, Robert W. McPhilliamy and Gordon A. Hamlin Sr., and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
Mrs. Hamlin is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Marlane McPhilliamy Carroll and Thomas A. Carroll of Brick, New Jersey; her son and daughter-in-law, Gordon A. Hamlin Jr. and Linda Hamlin of Fairfield, California; son, Hugh C. Hamlin of Fairfield, California; six grandchildren: Patrick, Anissa, Leanne, Caroline, Robbie and Renee; five great grandchildren: Ian, Kaylee, Carl, Hannah and August; a sister and brother-in- law, Marti Olsavsky Veletto and John Veletto of Parsippany, New Jersey; a brother and sister-in-law, John and Phyllis Olsavsky of Lothian, Maryland; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.
Interment will be in Chapel of Peace Mausoleum at LaFayette Memorial Park, Brier Hill, Pa. Relatives and Friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service which will be held the Chapel of LaFayette Memorial Park, Brier Hill, Pa., on Saturday, February 7, 2004 at 11 o'clock in the morning.
Mrs. Fannie Hammel, a sister of D. B. Evans of Lincoln avenue, died Friday at her home in Massilon, Ohio. She was 54 years old. Mrs. Hammel formerly resided in Connellsville, removing to Ohio about 40 years ago. She was born and reared in this city.
Mrs. Gladys Hiles Hammett, 63, of Dunbar, died suddenly Thursday evening at the home of a friend, Mrs. A. V. Hughes, in Dunbar. She had stopped at the Hughes home en route to Connellsville to visit her husband, Mansel Hammett, a patient at Connellsville State Hospital. She was born in Dunbar Feb. 29, 1894, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hiles. Surviving are her husband; five daughters, Pauline at home, Mrs. Violet Morris, Mrs. Myrtle Hughes, and Mrs. Olive LaFiska, all of Dunbar and Mrs. Ethel Martin of Cleveland, Ohio, four sons, Melvin, and Eugene at home, Albert of Warren, Ohio and Mansel, Jr. of Dunbar, 18 grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Quilla Brooks, and Mrs. Maude Camp both of Dunbar. The body is at Burhans Funeral Home. Arrangements are incomplete.
The funeral service for Mrs. Gladys Hiles Hammett, 63, of Dunbar, who died suddenly Thursday evening at the home of a friend, Mrs. V. A. Hughes, will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday at the Burhans Funeral Home. Interment will be in Franklin Cemetery. She was born in Dunbar, February 29, 1894, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hiles. Surviving are her husband; five daughters, Pauline at home, Mrs. Violet Morris, Mrs. Myrtle Hughes, and Mrs. Olive LaFiska, all of Dunbar and Mrs. Ethel Martin of Cleveland, Ohio, four sons, Melvin, and Eugene at home, Albert of Warren, Ohio and Mansel, Jr. of Dunbar, 18 grandchildren, and 2 sisters, Mrs. Quilla Brooks, and Mrs. Maude Camp both of Dunbar.
Mansel J. Hammett, 76, of Dunbar, died at 1:45 A.M. Tuesday at the Connellsville State General Hospital. He was born Dec. 2, 1886, in Layton, a son of the late Richard and Sarah Hodge Hammett. He was a member of the Dunbar Baptist Church. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Clarence (Violet) Morris, Mrs. Samuel (Olive) LaFiska, Mrs. Clyde (Myrtle) Hughes, of Dunbar, and Mrs. Charles (Ethel) Martin and Mrs. Clyde (Pauline) Newell of Cleveland, Ohio; four sons, Mansel Jr. of Dunbar, Albert of Levittsburg, Ohio, and Eugene and Melvin at home, 23 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife Gladys in 1957. The body will be at the Burhans funeral home at Dunbar after 7 p.m. today. The funeral service will be held there at 2 p.m. Thursday, with the Rev. Lewis Hunter officiating. Interment will be in Franklin Cemetery.
On Tuesday evening last, we learn, that Mr. Andrew Hammill, of Washington township, a small boy and two horses were killed by lightning, they were returning home from Sharpless’ mill, and had got about half a mile from the mill when the accident happened.
Edith Elizabeth Hammitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hammitt, of 220 Wilson avenue, died at the family home, Thursday evening, January 14, 1926, at 6:45 o’clock, following a lingering illness. Miss Hammitt was better known among her many friends and relatives as “Dolly.” In addition to her parents she is survived by two sisters, Mrs. T. H. Warrensford of Charleroi, and Miss Lillian Hammitt, at home. Funeral arrangements will be announced later.
Surrounded by the flowers which she had loved so much and the color and fragrance of which had brought brightness to her life, Edith Elizabeth Hammitt, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hammitt of Wilson avenue was buried Saturday afternoon in the family burying plot in the Belle Vernon cemetery, following services at her parents’ home. Two beautiful duets, “Some Day We’ll Understand” and “Safe in the Arms of Jesus” sung by Mrs. C. H. LaClair and Mrs. E. T. Chamberlin with Mrs. W. D. McCormick at the piano, marked the funeral services at the home which were in charge of the Rev. Dr. Burr R. McKnight, pastor of Asbury Methodist church. The pallbearers were three uncles of Miss Hammitt, R. L. Hammitt, H. J. Reppert and cousin, F. Wendell Samans. Dolly, as she was known affectionately to all her family’s friends, had been an invalid all her life and during the latter years had been so great a sufferer that death became an angel of mercy. So great was the profusion of flowers that only part could be taken to Belle Vernon, one handsome basket being sent to the Third Presbyterian church, where Miss Lillian Hammitt, sister of the dead girl, is soprano soloist and choir leader, and another, a basket of lilies, to the Asbury church in which the Hammitt family belongs. Many of the loose flowers and smaller baskets were sent to the sick and shut-ins in the neighborhood and to the children’s ward at the Uniontown hospital. In addition to her parents and sister, Miss Lillian, Dolly is survived by another sister, Mrs. F. H. Warrensford at Charleroi.
General  HAMMITT died in 1880. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(29)
The Keystone Courier, Connellsville, Pa.
Friday, April 30, 1880, page 3, column 5
General Hammitt a veteran soldier of the war in 1812, and a distinguished steam
boat builder died at Bellevernon on Monday morning, aged eighty-eight years.
HAMMITT, MANSEL J.— Aged 76, Dunbar, died Tuesday morning, May 7, 1963 in the Connellsville State General Hospital. Born in Layton, December 2, 1886, he was a son of the late Richard and Sarah Hodge Hammitt. He was a member of the Dunbar Baptist Church. He is survived by these children, Mrs. Myrtle Hughes, Mrs. Violet Morris, Mrs. Olive LaFiska, Dunbar; Mrs. Ethel Martin and Mrs. Pauline Newell, Cleveland, O.; Mansel, Jr. and Melvin, at home; Eugene, Dunbar; Albert, Leavittsburg, O.; twenty three grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife Gladys Hammitt in 1957. Friends are being received in the Burhans Funeral Home, Dunbar, where services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. Rev. Louis D. Hunter will officiate. Interment will be in Franklin Cemetery.
Gladys Hammond, 82, of Mount Pleasant died Tuesday in Frick Hospital and Community Health Center. She is survived by one son, David Hammond of Washington, Pa.; one daughter, Mary Alice Kaczmarek of New Stanton; eight grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Eugene G. Saloom Funeral Home Inc., Main Street, Mount Pleasant, from 7 to 9 p.m. today; 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday and until 11 a.m. Saturday.
From Social Security Death Index:
Born–September 10, 1914
Died–February 18, 1997
Ray Howard Hammond, 30, of Malinda St., Hopwood, died yesterday at 2:05 p.m. in the West Virginia University Medical Center, Morgantown, W. Va. He was a member of the Plumbers and Steamfitters Union No. 354 of which he was an officer. He was a member of the Bible Baptist Church of Uniontown and past vice president of Forest Park Aquatics in Hopwood, Cub master of Pack 680 of Hopwood, manager of a baseball team in Hopwood, an Eagle Scout and a member of the Order of the Arrow and was on the board of directors of the Fayette County Assn. of Retarded Citizens. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Vivian Crumrine Hammond; a son, Frank Edward; two daughters, Dawn Rae and Denise Renee; a brother, Ralph Hammond of Ravenna, Ohio; three sisters, Carol Burton of Burton, Ohio, Elaine Macosta of Charleroi and Joyce Guala of Blainesburg, Pa. Friends will be received in the Greenlee Funeral Home of Beallsville today from 7 to 9 p.m. and tomorrow from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. and until Friday at 1 p.m., the hour of service.
HAMMOND, RAY HOWARD— Age 30 years, of R. D. 1, Hopwood, Pa., died Tuesday, August 19, 1975 at 2:05 p.m. in the Medical Center, Morgantown, W. Va. He was born January 10, 1945 in Granville, Pa., the son of Janet Hill Hammond of Coal Center, Pa. and the late Robert Howard Hammond. He was a member of the Plumbers and Steamfitters Union No. 354 of which he was an officer. He was a member of the Bible Baptist Church of Uniontown and past Vice-President of Forest Park Aquatics, Cub Master of Pack 680 of Hopwood, the Little League Coach of Hopwood, an Eagle Scout and a member of the Order of the Arrow and was on the Board of Directors of the Fayette County Assn. of Retarded Citizens. He is survived by his wife, Vivian Crumrine Hammond; a son, Frank Edward; two daughters, Dawn Rae and Denise Renee; a brother, Ralph Hammond of Ravenna, Ohio; three sisters, Carol Burton of Burton, Ohio, Elaine Macosta of Charleroi, Joyce Guala of Blainesburg, Pa. He was preceded in death by a brother, Robert. Friends will be received in the Greenlee Funeral Home of Beallsville today from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. and until Friday at 1 p.m., the hour of service. Rev. Gary Herring will officiate. Interment in Lafayette Memorial Park.
John HAMPSHIRE died in 1922. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(86)
JOHN HAMPSHIRE DIES SUDDENLY OF APOLEXY STROKE
Served With British In Indian Rebellion and With Union Army in Civil Struggles.
While sitting on a stone wall near Race Street and Lincoln Avenue, John Hampshire, 82 years old, war veteran and one of the most widely known residents of Connellsville and vicinity was stricken with apoplexy Wednesday and died a few minutes later. Drs. L. P. McCormick and R. S. McKee, who were passing by, went to the assistance of the sick man but he was beyond aid. Mr. Hampshire went downtown to visit a friend and while returing home on Vine Street he sat down to rest.
Mr. Hampshire was born in Yorkshire, England, February 27, 1840 and in his youth learned the machinist trade. In 1856 he joined the Twetfth Hussars which was soon after plunged into the thickest of the fighting in the Sepoy Rebellion. He was with the first relief of Lucknow, capital of Ouida, Indian Provence and was in charge of a detechment which attacked the rebels at one point. He was wounded twice during the engagement and his horse was killed. He was captured but escaped and led his squad into the city. The action of the British government in ordering leaders of the rebels blown from cannoncasued Mr. Hampshire to renounce his alligence to Great Britian as soon as his enlishtment closed.
He arrived in America the day Abraham Lincoln caled for volunteers. He enlisted in the Navy and because of his fine Physique and military training he was soon made an officer. He served throughout the Civil War and was wounded several times. He tok part in the bombardment of Charleston which lasted 180 days. When a Confederate privateer, St. Charles attempted to run the blockaide at Wilmington, NC, Mr. Hampshire jumped from the mast of the Black Hawk to the shrouds of the Confederate vessel and lashed the masts together. He was the target for virtually 150 rifles and was wounded 12 times. He was commended for heroric deeds by President Lincoln, received a Congressional Medal and was publicly cited by the late Queen Victoria at a review of the veterans of the English India Expedition at Buckingham Palace.
Following the war, Mr. Hampshire located to Philadelphia and after residing there for several years, he came to Dunbar where he secured employment as an engineer. In 1880 he became superintendent of the Speers-White Sand Company, east of Connellsville.
South Connellsville and the Hampshire home became famous for its hospitality and attracted health seekers from all over this section. About seven years ago he sold his farm to the Casparis Stone Company and came to Connellsville to make his home with his sone, Charles H. Hampshire of Vine Street.
Mr. Hampshire is survived by three sons, Charles H. Hampshire, a Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Conductor of Connellsville; Joseph F. Hampshire, Niagra Falls, NY and George W. Hampshire of Reidmore; one daughter Mrs. Bernard Baker of Dunbar; two step-children, Mrs. Kate Waugaman of Versailes, OH and John Exline of Pittsburgh; 13 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
The body of Mr. Hampshire was prepard for burial by Funeral Director Charles C. Mitchell and was later removed to the Hampshire home on Vine Street.
OBIT: The Daily Courier, Connellsville, PA
August 19, 1922
Rev. Francis J. Scott, pastor of the First United Presbyterian Church officiated at the funeral service for John Hampshire Friday afternoon at the home of his son, Charles H. Hampshire in Vine Street. Members ofthe church choir sang. The internment was made in Hill Grove Cemetery.
Mae Shelley Hampshire, 94, of Connellsville, died Friday evening, Feb. 7, 1997, at Lafayette Manor, Uniontown. She was born in New Jersey, May 18, 1902, a daughter of the late Harry and Anna McGarity Shelley. She had been a longtime resident of the city of Connellsville and also a member of Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church of Connellsville and the Christian Mothers of the church. She is survived by two daughters, Mary Ellen Hebda and her husband, Louis, of Everson and Phyllis Minerd and her husband, Mike, of Connellsville; 12 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; one great-great- granddaughter; and one sister, Mrs. Chris (Ann) Pendergraft of Scottdale. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, John H. Hampshire, on Dec. 20, 1968; two sons, Charles H. Hampshire, on July 16, 1993, and John H. Hampshire, on June 14, 1996; and three brothers, John Shelley, Henry Shelley and Charles Shelley. Friends were received in the FRANK KAPR FUNERAL HOME INC., 417 W. Pittsburgh St., Scottdale, Sunday. A blessing service was held Monday at 9:15 a.m. in the funeral home, followed by a Funeral Mass celebrated at 10 a.m. in the Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church, Connellsville, with the Rev. Michael J. Sciberras as celebrant. Interment followed in St. Joseph Roman Catholic Cemetery, Connellsville.
Dunbar — May 16 — Death has again entered one of the homes of this place and removed from our midst a good, kind and loving mother. Mrs. Lenora Higbee Hampton passed to the great beyond on Friday evening at eight o'clock. Mrs. Hampton was sick but four days and her death came as a great shock to her family and host of friends.
Mrs. Hampton was the daugter of Samuel and the late Jane Higbee of Connellsville and about thirteen years ago was united in marriage to Alfred Hampton of Connellsville. To the union was born four children, Raymond, Mary, Edward and the infant baby aged four days. Mrs. Hampton was in her 30th year and besides her family who mourn her loss she leaves a father and five sisters; Mrs. Jane Hutchinson, of Uniontown; Mrs. Carrie Hing of Connellsville; Miss Mabel Higbee of this place and Miss Anna Higbee of Uniontown. She was a devout member of the Saint Aloysius Church and always willing to help with any church work which she could do.
Funeral will be held on Monday morning at 9 o"clock. Requiem high mass will be celebrated at the St Alousius Church. Internment in St. Aloysius Cemetery.
Michael T. Hanabeck, 85, of Hopwood, Pa., died Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1996, in Uniontown Hospital. He was born Sept. 10, 1911, in Buffington, Pa., son of the late John G. and Suzanne Hanabeck. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his wife, Margaret Tomechko Hanabeck, in 1978; two sisters, Anna Garber and Mary Higinbotham; and six brothers, John, Joseph, Adam, Andrew, George and Paul. He was a member of Saint Mary (Nativity) Roman Catholic Church. Mr. Hanabeck was a member of VFW Post 47, Amvets Post 103 and a member of the AFSCME Retiree Sub-Chapter 8404. He was retired from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, with 39 years of service in the Design and Contract Management Departments. He was a veteran of the United States Navy during World War II and served with the Navy Construction Battalions in the South Pacific area. Surviving are a son, James M. Hanabeck and his wife, Brenda J. of Uniontown, Pa.; three grandsons, Michael and his wife, Marlene, Charles and his wife, Marie and Robert and his fiancée, Kelly; and four great-grandchildren, Barbara, Amanda, Greg and Eric. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by the J. Harry Johnston Funeral Home, 65 North Gallatin Ave., Uniontown, Pa.
Gwendolyn Hanam, 89, of Veanderbilt, died Wednesday, Sept. 21, 1994, in Uniontown Hospital. Surviving are five cousins: Freeda Morris of Perryopolis, Frances Cipcic of Mather, Pa., Virginia Linninger of Uniontown, Ruth Ryan of Uniontown, David Leonard Hanam of Star Junction and an aunt, Mrs. Mae Emme of Uniontown. Friends will be received in Ralph E. Galley Funeral Home in Dawson, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday until 11 a.m.
Clarissa HANAN died in 1911. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(21)
Morning Herald June 1, 1911
Mrs. Jas. [Clarissa] Hanan, Stricken with heart failure Prominent resident of Yauger Hollow seized with attack of neuralgia of the heart and dies almost instantly. Funeral this afternoon. Survived by husband and seven children all of whom are well known.
Rev. F. C. Viele will conduct the funeral services.
Attacked with neuralgia of the heart Tuesday morning at 5 o'clock at her home in Yauger Hollow. Mrs. James Hanan, aged 74, died before medical aid could be summoned. She arose just a few minutes before 5 o'clock and when she returned to bed her husband noticed that she was breathing heavily. He became alarmed when she failed to respond to his question of how she was feeling. An investigation proved that she was unconscious. Dr. Means of Percy was called but life was extinct when he arrived. Neuralgia of the heart was given as the cause of her death.
Mrs. Hanan had been troubled with neuralgic pains in her left side and abdomen for some time and it was the opinion of the attending physician that the affliction caused her sudden death. Mrs. Hanan was well known in the vicinity in which she resided. She had made her home in that section of the county for some time and was highly respected. As a member of the Methodist Protestant Church of Percy she was an earnest Christian worker and will be much missed in that church.
She is survived by the following children: Mrs. Thomas Evans, Beaver Falls; Mrs. Thomas Holland, Percy; Mrs. Charles Crawford, Yauger Hollow; Mrs. David Newcomer, Lemont; William and James, of Yauger Hollow, and John at home.
Rev. F.C. Viele will have charge of the funeral services which will be held at the Hanan home, and also at the Percy church this afternoon between 2 and 3 o'clock. Interment in the church cemetery.
Donald C. Hanan, 61, of Uniontown, Pa., died Friday, November 28, 2003 in Uniontown. He was born November 9, 1942 in Connellsville, Pa., son of Woodrow C. Hanan and Doris McGregor Hanan. He was a member of North Union Volunteer Fire Department for 22 years and Lemont Sportsmen's Club and was an avid Hunter and Fisherman. His parents preceded him in death. He is survived by his wife, Carol R. Handlin Hanan; five children: Harold Hanan and wife Ginny, Uniontown, Pa., Joy Lewis and husband Darrell, Orlando, Florida, Ronald Hanan and wife Teresa, Connellsville, Pa., Patsy Hanan and wife Misty, Hopwood, Pa., and Woodrow Hanan and wife Stacy, Dunbar, Pa.; Brothers and Sisters: Delbert Hanan and wife Cindy, Uniontown, Pa., Darlene Hanan and Diane Hall both of Lemont Furnace, Pa., David Hanan and wife Judy, Greensboro, Pa., and Doreen Cooke and husband Emmett, Dunbar, Pa.; 10 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Friends will be received in the BURHANS-CROUSE FUNERAL HOME, 28 Connellsville Street, Dunbar, Pa., on Monday from 7 to 9 p.m., Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday, December 3, until 1 p.m., the hour of Funeral Services with Pastor Lee Maley officiating. Interment will follow in Cove Run Cemetery.
Doris E. McGregor Hanan, 84, of Lemont Furnace, Fayette County, Pa. died on Thursday, July 10, 2008 at home. She was born January 23, 1924 in Uniontown, Fayette County, Pa., to William McGregor and Frances Gertrude Lowery McGregor. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, Woodrow Hanan, in 2002, son, Donald C. Hanan, grandson, Bobby Cooke, brothers, Harold, Joseph, and Dale, and a sister, Molly. She was a homemaker and loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and great-great-grandmother.
Doris is survived by her children: Delbert Hanan and wife, Cindy, of Nemacolin, Greene County, Pa., Darlene Hanan, Diana Hall, both of Yauger Hollow, Fayette County, Pa., David Hanan and wife, Judy, of Dilliner, Greene County, Pa., Doreen Cook and husband, Boone, of Little Summit, Fayette County, Pa.; brother, Donald McGregor and wife, Carrie, of Yauger Hollow; sister, Carole McGregor, of N.C.; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.
Visitation will be held at the BURHANS - CROUSE FUNERAL HOME, 28 Connellsville St., Dunbar, Fayette County, Pa., on Saturday, July 12 from 7 to 9 p.m., and Sunday from noon to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be held at the funeral home on Monday, July 14 at 1 p.m. Interment will be at Cove Run Cemetery, Lemont Furnace, Pennsylvania.
HANAN, ISAAC K., SR.— Aged 56, died suddenly, Monday, September 18, 1960 in his home, Brick Row, Dunbar. Born February 11, 1904, in Lemont Furnace, he was a son of James and Mary Kinsell Hanan. He is survived by his wife, Gladys Morris Hanan; two sons, Isaac, Jr. at home, James, Dunbar; four grandchildren; two brothers, Harvey, New Hampshire; Asa, Lemont Furnace; two sisters, Mrs. Phillip (Thelma) Shipley and Mrs. Walter (Pearl) Wilson, both of Lemont Furnace. Friends will be received after 1 p.m. today in the Burhans Funeral Home, Dunbar, where services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Robert L. Whoolery will officiate. Interment will be in Franklin Cemetery.
Isaac K. Hanan, Jr., 72, of Dunbar, Fayette County, Pa., died Sunday, January 28, 2007, in the Uniontown Hospital, Uniontown, Fayette County, Pa. He was born August 15, 1934, in Dunbar, Pa., the son of the late Isaac K. Hanan, Sr., and the late Daisy Gladys Morris Hanan. He was preceded in death by his brother, Coltes L. Courtney. He is survived by his brother, James Hanan and wife, Mary, of Dunbar, Pa.; nieces and nephews.
Family will receive friends in the BURHANS CROUSE FUNERAL HOME, 28 Connellsville Street, Dunbar, Pa., today from 6 to 9 p.m.. Services will be held at the Funeral Home on Wednesday, January 31, 2007, at 2 p.m., with the Rev. Paul Lint, officiating. Interment will be in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Dunbar.
James Hanan, 81 years old, died on Thursday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. D. L. Newcomer at Morgan Station. Funeral Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock from Percy Church with internment in Percy Cemetery. Funeral director J. T. Burhans will be in charge. Deceased is survived by the following children; Mrs. Thomas Evans of Uniontown; Mrs. Robert Heland of Mount Braddock; Mrs. D. L. Newcomer and William Hanan of Morgan Station.
Notes from contributor:
Spouse–Clarissa Matthews Hanan
Mother–Ellen "Nellie" Hanlon Hanan
James Hanan, 84, of Lemont Furnace, died at 5:20 p.m. Sunday at his home. Born Jan. 19, 1872, he was a son of the late James and Clarissa Matthews Hanan. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Mary Hanan; two daughters, Mrs. Phil (Thelma) Shipley of Cleveland and Mrs. Walter (Pearl) Wilson of Lemont Furnace, three sons, Isaac of Dunbar, Asa of Lemont Furnace and Harvey of Jeffrey, N.H.; a brother, John of Lemont Furnace; 12 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at the home at 2 p.m. Thursday with the Rev. R. Kirkpatrick officiating. Burial will be made in Cove Run Cemetery.
HANAN, John F. — Aged 82 of Cove Run died Tuesday, January 17, 1961 at 6:30 a.m. in his home. Born October 4, 1878 in Cove Run he was the son of Mr. & Mrs. James Hanan, Sr. He was a member of the Cove Run Free Methodist Church and was a trustee of the church for over 30 years. He is survived by his wife Lou (Lula Kinsell) Hanan and these children; Wressing Hanan of New Milford, Ohio; Donald and Woodrow of Lemont Furnace; Mrs. Edward (Rachel) Connors, Lemont Furnace; Mrs. Ernest (Yoland) Boord of New Milford, Ohio; twenty-one grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Friends will be received after 4 p.m. today at the Burhans Funeral Home in Dunbar and Friday until 11 a.m. and in the Cove Run Free Methodist Church from 12 noon until 2 p.m., the hour of service. The Rev. Robert T. Whoolery will officiate. Interment will be in the church cemetery.
Wilmot D. HANCOCK died in 1913. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(62)
HANCOCK- Wilmot D. Hancock, ages 33 years, and 7 months, a well known undertaker of Roscoe died suddenly at 1:40 o'clock at Lawrence, Ohio, Monday morning. He had been engaged in the undertaking business in Roscoe for the past five or six years and was well known all aong the Monongahela Valley. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2'oclock at the M.E. church in Roscoe. Interment will be in the Fayette City Cemetery. In the immediate family surviving are his widow and one child three years old; also a sister and three brothers. Mr. Hancock had lived in the vicinty of Roscoe for about 18 years. He was a member of Fayette City lodge, Free and Accepted Masons; McKean Commandery, No. 80, Knights Templar of Charleroi; the I.O.O.F. at Allenport, the Knights of Pythias at Roscoe, the Sons of St. George at Charleroi and the Rebekahs at Fayette City.
Source: Charleroi Mail June 3, 1913
SCOTTDALE— Frank Hanger, 66, of 207 Mount Pleasant Road, Scottdale, died at 4:45 a.m. today in his home after a lingering illness. He was a member of the Alverton Church of God. The body was removed to the Kapr funeral home.
Alexander Lafayette HANKINS died in 1925. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(88)
ALEXANDER L. HANKINS DIES AT LEISENRING, CONFEDERATE VETERAN
Alexander LaFayette Hankins, H. C. Frick pensioner and soldier in the Confederate Army during the zcivil War, died Wednesday at his home at Leisenring No. 3 from old age. He would have been 93 years old on April 3. He was born April 27, 1833, at Richmond, Va. He lived there until 38 years ago since which time he has been a resident of Leisenring No. 3. Mr. Hankins was formerly employed by the H.C. Frick Company as a carpenter and was with the company for 21 years. He was given a pension eight years ago.
Mr. Hankins was in apparently good health until about two months ago when he began to grow weak, without any organic disorder. For the last 10 days he had not taken food.
During the war, Mr. Hankins was a member of the 27th Regiment of Virginia Volunteers. He was the last member of a family of nine. His wife, who formerly was Miss Mary Flippin, died three years ago. He is survived by the following children: William, John, Samuel and Florence Hankins and Mrs. Nannie Beatty of Richmond, Va.
Mr. Hankins and the late George Hensel of Pennsville were close friends for 20 years being employed together as carpenters. They were in opposing commands during the Rebellion and every day at the noon hour during a period of many years of peace and while following their employment they were wont to swap war stories.
The funeral service will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home near Work's Hill. Rev. O. W. Bolton, pastor of the Dunbar Methodist protestant Church will officiate. The choire of the Methodist Protestant Church of Connellsville will sing. Burial will be made in Laurel Hill Cemetery.
The Daily Courier
Thursday, February 26, 1925
In North Union township, on Tuesday morning, March 26, 1861, of disease of the heart, George, son of Mr. William Hankins, aged nine years and two months.
James HANKINS died in 1862. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(11)
April 1st of Disease of the Heart, Mr. JAMES HANKINS, of North Union Tp., aged 82 years.
The deceased was long a resident of our County, highly respected and esteemed by all who knew him for his honesty and uprightness of character. In his death the community has lost a valuable memberhis wife and children who survive him a kind and affectionate husband and father, who have our sympathy in their bereavement.
The Genius of Liberty. Uniontown, Pa. April 10, 1862.
In south Union township, on Tuesday morning, the 11th
inst., Samuel, son of William and Esther A. Hankins, aged two years
and four months.
Dear Samuel how lonely is the place Where once you used to dwell; And can we never see the face Of you we loved so well?
Sarah Elizabeth Flippen HANKINS died in 1923. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(88)
MRS. SARA E. HANKINS
Mrs. Sara Elizabeth Hankins, aged 86 years, died at her home at Leisenring No. 3, Sunday evening January 7, 1923. Deceased was born in Burkeville, Va., in 1837. She had resided in Dunbar township for the past 35 years. Deceased is survived by her husband, L. A. Hankins, and the following children. William A. Hankins, of Leisenring; Mrs. Davis Beatty, of Connellsville; John W. Hankins, of McKeesport; Samuel O. Hankins, Boston, Mass., and Miss Florence Hankins, at home. Twenty-fice grand children and twenty-one great grand children also survive. Funeral services will be held at her late home, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will be in the Laurel Hill Cemetery.
The Morning Herald
January 9, 1923
George A. Hankle, 73, of Connellsville and a native of North Irwin, died Friday in Highlands Hospital and Health Center, Connellsville. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy Hatter Hankle; one daughter, Mrs. Michael (Donna) Held of Pottstown, Pa.; two grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs. Thomas (Mary Dolores Hankle) Cline of Penn Valley, Calif., and Mrs. Gertrude Hankle Keffer of Connellsville. Friends will be received at the Brooks Funeral Home Inc., 11 East Green St., Connellsville, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Monday until 9:30 a.m.
Social Security Death Index:
Born—– October 9, 1920
Died—– September 30, 1994
John W. Hanko, Sr., 79, of Crucible and a native of Large, Pa., died Thursday, June 6, in Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh. He is survived by his wife, whom he married May 18, 1940, Mary Uswa Hanko, children, Joanne Hanko Fisher of Crucible and John W. Hanko Jr. of Sycamore, five grandchildren, a brother, Edward Hanko of Crucible, and three sisters, Mrs. George (Anna) Thomas of Carmichaels, Mrs. Mike (Eleanor) Kronjak of Macedonia, Ohio, and Mrs. Tom (Alice) Botamer of Parma Heights, Ohio. The family will receive friends at the Behm Funeral Home Inc., Route 188, Jefferson, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Monday until 10 a.m.
Social Security Death Index:
Born—– December 6, 1916
Died—– June 6, 1996
Rose HANLON died in 1918. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(5)
HANLON, ROSE; MRS.
MRS. ROSE HANLON, 86 years old, wife of FRANCIS HANLON, died Tuesday morning at her house in Park street. The deceased is survived by her husband, who is in the nineties, and the following children; JOAN HANLON, PATRICK HANLON, MRS. ROSE STILLWAGON, MRS. TERESA BURNS and MRS. MARY HENRY all of Connellsville. MRS. HANLON had resided in Connellsville since 1873. Dod 12-3-1918
Courier Thurs. 12-5-1918
Harold W. ‘Chicken’ Hann, 51, of Roseville, Mich., formerly of Connellsville, died June 23. He is survived by his wife, Jean Friguglietti Hann; two sons, Frank and Jason, both at home; four sisters, Mrs. Frank (Gerri) Pascaretti of Mich., Mrs. Vince (Lois) Landy and Mrs. Rayburn (Roberta) Kern, both of Mount Pleasant, and Mrs. William (Karen) Basinger of Normalville; two brothers, Alvin ‘Bud’ Hann and Don Hann, both of Connellsville, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held in East Detroit, Mich.
Social Security Death Index for H. W. Hann:
Born—– August 11, 1942
Died—– June 15, 1994
Thomas Duffield HANN died in 1938. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(15)
THOMAS DUFFIELD HANN
Thomas Duffield Hann, aged 72, former superintendent of production for the Columbia Gas & Electric lingering illness.
Mr. Hann became superintendent of the Greensboro Gas Company in 1896 and later was promoted general manager. He served with the firm in this capacity until it was absorbed by the Columbia Gas & Electric and he was made head of production of the Pittsburgh group. He retired in 1932.
He also was general manager and secretary and treasurer of the Brownsville & California Water Company; was active in community affairs, the Boy Scouts and took a leading part in Brownsville scholastic athletics. He was a member of the South Brownsville M.E. Church and served for a number of years as superintendent of the Sunday school and at the time of his death was secretary-treasurer and president of the Board of Stewards.
Mr. Hann, Vice President of the Brownsville Board of Trade, was a leader in the County Chapter of the Red Cross and Past President of the Luzerne Township School Board. He was a past president of the Kiwanis Club and had been affiliated with the Masonic bodies.
Mr. Hann was born February 16, 1866, in Franklin Township, a son of Jonathan G. and Lyda King Hann. He received his early schooling in Jamestown, N.Y. and was graduated from Edinboro State Normal School.
His business career was started in Washington, Pa. when he became associated with the G. L. Craig Company. He later joined the W. L. Mellon Pipe Line Company. He went to Brownsville in 1896.
Mr. Hann was married to Cora Etta Custer on April 25, 1894. Surviving are the widow and two daughters, Virginia L. Clark of Detroit, Mich., and Helen E. Hann, at home, and one son, Thomas Duffield, Jr. of Detroit.
Plans for the funeral are incomplete.
(stamped: Standard August 10, 1938)
Hannah, Helen E. 79
Helen Elaine Hannah, 79, of Connellsville, passed away peacefully Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012, in the Eicher's Family Home, Normalville, while surrounded and comforted by her loving family. She was born April 27, 1933, in Connellsville, a daughter of the late Norman and Helen Keffer Howard. Elaine was a lifelong resident of Connellsville and a graduate of Connellsville High School. She had worked as a personal care nursing assistant in her earlier years. Elaine was a very active member of East Connellsville United Methodist Church. She loved music and sang in the church choir and also taught Sunday School classes. Elaine will be sadly missed but fondly remembered by her loving daughters, Vicky Koch and husband, Mark, of Spring Mills, Janyce Colamartino and husband, Joseph, and Robin Bernhardt and husband, Scott, all of Connellsville; her grandchildren, Michael Koch and wife, Tara, and Ethan Koch, all of Spring Mills, Hannah Colamartino, of Pickerington, Ohio, Mara Colamartino, Cameron Bernhardt and Alexa Bernhardt, all of Connellsville; her great-grandchildren, Kyler and Kacen Koch; her sister, Joanne Howard, of Uniontown, and many loving nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents Elaine was predeceased by her husband, John R. Hannah, on Jan. 8, 2009; a brother, Robert Howard; and her sister, Jeanne Thompson. Family and friends will be received from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday in the BROOKS FUNERAL HOME INC., 111 E. Green St., Connellsville (724-628-1430), where a funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday with the Rev. Doug Johnson officiating. A committal service and interment will follow in Green Ridge Memorial Park, Pennsville. In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations be made to East Connellsville United Methodist Church, 109 East End Road, Connellsville, PA 15425, in memory of Helen Elaine Hannah.
Hannah, John R. 80
John R. Hannah, 80, of Connellsville, passed away peacefully Thursday, Jan. 8, 2009, in his home, while surrounded and comforted by his loving family. He was born March 19, 1928, in Connellsville, a son of the late Robert Calvin and Nellie M. (Barnhart) Hannah. He had been a lifelong resident of the area. He began his career with the B&O Railroad and worked as a pressman for the Connellsville Daily Courier for many years. He retired from the former West Penn Power Co., where he worked as a maintenance foreman. He was a veteran of the Korean War, having served in the Army and was a member of the Scottdale VFW No. 7781. He was a member of East Connellsville United Methodist Church. He will be sadly missed but fondly remembered by his loving wife of 57 years, Elaine (Howard) Hannah; daughters, Vicky Koch and her husband, Mark, of Spring Mills, Janyce Colamartino and her husband, Joseph, Robin Bernhardt and her husband, Scott, all of Connellsville; grandchildren, Michael Koch and his companion, Tara, Ethan Koch, Hannah and Mara Colamartino and Cameron and Alexa Bernhardt; great- grandchild, Kyler Koch; brother, Harold R. Hannah and his wife, Theresa, of Connellsville; sister, Annetta Hogan and her husband, Blair, of Mount Airy, Md.; and a special sister-in- law, Joanne Howard, of Uniontown. He was also loved and cherished by many nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, John was predeceased by his sister, Viola Markle. Family and friends will be received from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, 2 to 9 p.m. Saturday and from noon until the time of the funeral service at 2 p.m. Sunday at BROOKS FUNERAL HOME INC., 111 E. Green St., Connellsville, with the Rev. Patty Comini-Miller officiating. A committal service and interment will follow in Green Ridge Memorial Park, Pennsville. Military rites will be conducted at the cemetery. To sign the online guest registry please visit www.brooksfuneralhomes.com In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made in memory of John R. Hannah to East Connellsville United Methodist Church, 109 East End Road, Connellsville, PA 15425.
Mrs. Ethel Mildred Hannan, 58 of Pottstown, near Dunbar, died in Connellsville State Hospital, at 3:35 o'clock, Friday after a lingering illness. She was admitted there Wednesday. She was a member of the Franklin Memorial Methodist Church and Dunbar Daughters of America.
Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Catherine Hall of Vanderbilt. Mrs. Gladys Hair of Dunbar, Mrs. Bertha Walters of Masontown, Mrs. Eleanor Yauger of Mt. Independence and Mrs. Irene Rosinsky of Greensburg; two sons, John, with the U.S. Army in Louisiana, and William at home; one brother, James Hixson of Connellsville and one sister Mrs. Elizabeth Lincoln of Dunbar. She was preceded in death by her husband, William in August, 1949.
The funeral will be held at the home at Pottstown at 2 o’clock Monday afternoon with her pastor, Rev. W.A. Linaberger, Jr., officiating. Internment will be Mt Auburn Cemetery, Dunbar.
HANNAN, WILLIAM— died at his home, Dunbar, at 6:50 p.m., August 10, 1949. Surviving are his wife, Ethel Hannan, and the following children, Mrs. Catherine Hall of Vanderbilt; Mrs. Gladys Hair of Dunbar; Mrs. Bertha Walters, Ronco; William Hannan, Jr., Dunbar; John Hannan, U. S. Army Air Force; Mrs. Eleanor Yauger, Mt. Independence; Miss Irene Hannan, at home; 23 grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Belle Reggar, Dunbar Twp. Friends will be received in the late home after 1 p.m. today, where funeral services will be held Monday afternoon, August 15, at 2 o’clock. Interment will be in Mt. Auburn cemetery, under the direction of the Burhan Funeral Home.
Following an illness of dropsy, William A. Hannan, 80 years old, a long-time resident of Dunbar, died Friday at his home. The deceased was born in Dunbar, July 19, 1839 and was one of the best known residents of that community. His widow, Mrs. Belle Cope Hannan, two daughters, Mrs. Katherine Collins of Connellsville, and Mrs. Belle Rogers of Dunbar; two sons, William, Jr. and John Hannan, both of Dunbar, survive. Funeral, Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Methodist Protestant Church at Dunbar, with Rev. O. W. Bolton, officiating. Interment in Mount Auburn cemetery.
Francis Marion HANSEL died in 1863. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(52)
HANSEL-On the 2nd of July, Francis Marion Hansel, of company E, 140th Reg. Pa. Vol., Zook's Brigade, in the 21st year of his age.
Francis Marion Hansel, with many others saw with a sad heart the deplorable condition of our country. He saw our much loved and ever glorious flag had been insulted and trailed in the dust by rebel hosts, and immediately volunteered in the ranks of the Union army, bidding farewell to loving kindred, kind friends and the dear scenes of his childhood, to offer his life, if necessary, as a sacrifice upon the altar of our country, and most nobly did he fa__ his patriotic resolve. On the bloody field of Gettysburg, where the wrathful war cloud hung heavily and darkly over the field of blood and carnage, where the shouts of the victorious and the cries and moans of the wounded and dying were piercing the ears of the living; where the glare of the saber and the crack of the rifle rang out hideously upon the air; where the roar of the brazen mouthed messenger of death-the murderous cannon-the fiend-like shell, and death dealing grape were pouring forth the seeds of death and destruction into oar veteran ranks, young Hansel fell at his post, battling valiantly in the cause of his country, and died as the patriot di_s, in the cause of God and humanity.
The Genius of Liberty, Uniontown, Pa., August 6, 1863.
Vol. 3., No 26, pg 3, col. 4.
Word was received here of the death, Thursday, August 12, 1937, of Dr. George b. Hansel, at his home in Canton, O. He suffered a stroke of paralysis one week ago. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. in Mount Washington.
Miss Martha Hansel, daughter of George Hansel, died Wednesday May 13, 1891, after a few weeks' illness, aged 37 years. She was the eldest of a large family and at the death of her mother had the care of her younger brothers and sisters to whom she gave a mother's care for a number of years. She was a consistent member of the Presbyterian church from childhood; had a kind and loving disposition and was loved by all who knew her. Her remains were laid to rest in her father's private burying ground on Thursday, her six brothers acting as pall bearers.
Sophie Hantosh, 75, formerly of Uniontown, pa., and presently residing with her sister, Ann Horwat, in Jacksonville, Fla., died Friday, June 2, 1995, in Uniontown. She was born Aug. 26, 1919, in Pittsburgh, Pa., daughter of the late Michael and Mary Hlysta Hantosh. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by two sisters, Mary Migyanko and Kathryn Bobish, and two brothers, John and Michael Hantosh. She was a member of St. John The Baptist Byzantine Catholic Church in Uniontown and Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Jacksonville, Fla. She is survived by three sisters, Ann Hantosh Bootz Horwat of Jacksonville, Fla., Pauline Kattalia of Chicago, Ill., and Margaret Hantosh Hentosh of Ohio; several nieces, nephews, greatnieces, and greatnephews. Friends are being received in the HAKY FUNERAL HOME, 139 West Fayette St., Uniontown, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Monday, June 5, until 10:30 a.m. when a prayer service will be held followed by Divine Liturgy at 11 a.m. in St. John The Baptist Byzantine Catholic Church, Uniontown, with Rev. Fr. Richard Whetstone as celebrant. Interment will follow in St. John Byzantine Church Cemetery, Hopwood, Pa.
On Sunday, 9th of April, of Inflammation of the Brain, “FRANK”
daughter of John S. and Annette Harah, aged 4 years and 10 months.
“Weep not for her the bitter tear,
Nor mourn with deep regret, Because the casket’s only gone, The gem is sparkling yet.”
HARAH— On December 22nd, John B., son of John B. and Hettie M. Harah, aged one year and eight months.
HARAH— May 22, 1865, Miss MARY HARAH in the 54th year of her age. The deceased was an humble and consistent Christian, a member of the Presbyterian church, in this place. Her end was peace.
Merle O. Harah, 87, of Oakland, died Sept. 5, 1995. He was born June 11, 1908, a son of the late Frank A. Harah and Flora Witt, and husband of the late Mary Harah. He was a 1926 graduate of Connellsville High School, a Veteran of WW II, member of the United Methodist church of Swissvale and a retired postal worker. He is survived by children, Charles and Robert J. and Frank A. Harah. He was the brother of Ruby Burley and the late Charles, Ray and Elizabeth Harah. He was preceded in death by Patricia Harah. He is the grandfather of heather, Greg, Jason, Shawna and Seneca. Friends will be received in the JOHN N. ELACHKO FUNERAL HOME, 3447 Dawson St., Pittsburgh, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday. A funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday in the funeral home.
A traffic accident yesterday morning has claimed the life of a North Union resident. Thomas Haragos, 60, of 510 Johnston Ave., died at 1:20 p.m. in Uniontown Hospital, some three hours following the accident. A flagman for PennDOT, Mr. Haragos was working with a maintenance crew on the eastern slope of Summit Mountain just west of Chalk Hill. He stopped a car driven by Michael Stegura, 56 of Ohiopyle R.D. 1, and was standing behind the vehicle when an auto operated by Dorothy Smith, 37, of Accident Star Route, Md., struck the flagman and then hit the Stegura vehicle. The victim was taken to the hospital by Uniontown firemen’s ambulance. Property damage in the mishap was estimated by State Police at $650. Mr. Haragos was a member of St. Mary’s R.C. Church, Croatian Club, Slovak club and the North Union Vol. Dire Dept. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Marian Mrozek Haragos, and two children, Mrs. Andrew (Christine) Skocik of Uniontown and Thomas P. Haragos Jr. of Hopwood, and two granddaughters, Julia and Theresa Skocik. He is also survived by the following brothers and sisters, Mrs. Mary Bendis of Uniontown; John of Oliver, Mrs. Anna Slebodnik, Wick Haven; Mrs. John (Katherine) Lenk, Maxwell, and Joseph of Uniontown. Friends will be received in the Haky Funeral Home, Uniontown after 2 p.m. Saturday until Monday at 10:45 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be held in St. Mary’s Church at 11 a.m. Monday. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Parish Rosary will be recited Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
Mrs. Ellen Harah, 70 years old, died at 12:30 o’clock Sunday morning at Connellsville State Hospital, after an extended illness. She was born December 3, 1874 at Roger Mills, the foster daughter of the late John and Margaret Grimm Zimmerman, and spent the greater part of her life in that community. Mrs. Harah also resided in South Dakota and Wet Virginia. She has lived in Connellsville for the past 20 years, three of which she has spent at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Henry Ritenour, on the Springfield pike. Her husband, Charles Harah, preceded her in death six years ago. Surviving are two foster daughters, Mrs. Ruth Lawrence of near Washington, D. C., and Mrs. Helen Krakover of Chicago, Ill There are one grandson and one sister, Mrs. Ritenour of Connellsville. The funeral service will be held at 2:30 o’clock Wednesday afternoon at the Ritenour residence, with Dr. Elmer A. Schultz, pastor of the First United Brethren Church, officiating Interment will be made in Normalville Cemetery with Funeral Director Clyde B. Brooks in charge. Magic Sister Council, Daughters of America, will go to the home of Mrs. Ida Ritenour of Springfield pike at 8 o’clock Tuesday evening to hold a burial service.
HARBARGER, CLARENCE WILFORD, aged 27 years of Elliottsville, died Monday, August 20, 1951 at 9:20 in the Torrance State Hospital. Survivors are his father, Lee A. Harbarger; nine brothers; Asa and Isaac of Elliottsville: Martin and Charles of Coolspring: Leslie of Korea; Harry of Indiantown Gap, Pa., Ira of Wyo; Floyd of Mass; Franklin at home; two sisters, Matilda of Elliottsville; Anna Katherine at home. He was predeceased by his mother Matilda Ann Harbarger, Sept 14, 1945. Friends will be received in the Gleason Funeral Home, 114 E Fayette Street, after 11 o'clock this morning until 11 a.m. Thursday, August 23. The body will lie in state in the Bethel Brethren Church, Farmington, from 1 until 2 p.m., the hour of service with Rev. Edwin Grimm officiating. Interment will be in the church cemetery.
HARBARGER, FLORENCE G. MAUST— Age 79 years of Ohiopyle, R. D. 1, died Wednesday, August 16, 1972 at 8:45 p.m., in her residence. She was the daughter of the late Francis and Jessie Goodwin Maust. She is survived by her husband Lee Harbarger; two sons, Francis Nelson, Uniontown, R. D., and James Dennis of Farmington; five daughters, Mrs. Guy (Marie) McCoy, Fairchance; Mrs. Marguerite Nicklow, Uniontown; Mrs. Bert (Olive) Grover, Uniontown, R. D. 1; Mrs. Leslie (Caroline) Harbarger, Ohiopyle, R. D. 1; Mrs. Harry (Shirley) Brant, Gibbons Glade; 28 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by a half-sister Rose Hamilton in 1932. She was a former member of the Bethel Church of the Brethren, Farmington. Friends are being received in the Jerome W. Shell Funeral Home today from 3 to 5 and 7 to 8 with viewing Sunday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Chalk Hill Lutheran Church where services will be held at 1 p.m. with Rev. Louis Bloom officiating. Burial in the church cemetery.
Notes from contributor:
Other spouses–James Dennis, Nicklow
Isaac M. Harbarger, 70 years old, died Friday morning at his home in Dunbar after a lingering illness of complications. He had been a resident of Dunbar for the past 37 years and was a member of the Uniontown Lodge of Knights of Pythhias. He was a son of the late Jackson and Margaret Baker Harbarger of Wharton Township. He is survived by his wife Mrs. Isabel Martin Harbarger, and the following Children: Lee A., Elliottsville, Oran L of Dawson, Mrs. John Wilson, Mrs. Wyola Miller, Mrs. Margaret Hughes and Mrs. Marion Sesler, Dunbar; Mrs. Amy Tressler, Coolspring, and John C. and Charles Pogue at home. There are 38 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Catherine Kisinger, of Hopwood, two half-sisters, Mrs. Lee Nash of Pittsburgh and Mrs. Rachel Strum of Hopwood. The body will remain at the James T. Burhans funeral parlor at Dunbar until Sunday morning when it will be taken to the home where a brief funeral service will be conducted at 1 o'clock in the afternoon followed by full rites at the Dunbar Methodist Church at 2 o'clock in charge Of rev. William S. Hamilton, pastor. Interment will be in Hughes Cemetery at Coolspring.
Mrs. Isabella Martin Harbarger, 75 years old, died at 8:20 o'clock Tuesday night at her home near Hennessey School in Dunbar Township after an extended illness. Her husband Isaac died in 1939. Surviving children; Lee of Elliottsville, Oran od Dawson, Mrs. Amy Tressler of Casper, Wy., John, Mrs. Marion Tressler, Mrs. Margaret Hughes, Mrs. John Wilson, and Mrs. Viola Miller of Dunbar and Charles in the armed forces in the Pacific. There are 42 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren. The body has been taken to the home of Mrs. Earl Miller of Fayette Street in the Greenhouse district of Dunbar where the funeral service will be conducted at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon in charge of Rev. William S. Hamilton, pastor of the Franklin Memorial Methodist Church of Dunbar. Interment will be made in Emerson Cemetery at Coolspring.
Notes from contributor:
Born–Born 30 Sep 1864 in Coolspring, North Union Township, Fayette Co, Pa.
Father–John C "Jackie " Martin
Mother–Sarah Jane Emerson Martin
Marriage–Isaac M Harbarger 12 April 1883 in Uniontown
Marshall Lee Harbarger, six month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Harbarger of Elliottsville, died Sunday morning at 7:15 o'clock in the Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh, following a lingering illness. Surviving are his parents, a brother Riley, and two sisters, Sarah and Mildred Harbarger, at home. His grandparents Mr. & Mrs. Lee Harbarger of Elliottsville and grandmother, Mrs. Goldie Baughman of York Run also survives. Private funeral services will be held at the family home Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. W. H. Clough of the First Brethren Church will officiate. Burial will follow in Bethel Cemetery.
Martin Marshall Harbarger, age 93, MSGT USAF-RET. He was born in Uniontown, Pa (1917), formerly of Fairborn, Ohio and most recently of Bradenton, FL, beloved husband of 66 years to Betty J. (nee Devan); loving father of David (Ellen) of Lakewood, Ohio, Margaret Nervo of Akron, Ohio, Patricia LaBarr (James) of Bradenton, FL, Brenda Waldrop (Michael) of Yelm, WA and Beth Layman (John) of Indian Harbour Beach, FL; grandfather of 11 and great-grandfather of 10; survived by 4 of 12 siblings, Floyd, Franklin, Anna Catherine and Tillie. He served with the 8th Air Force, 303rd Bomb Group (B- 17), 'Hell's Angels', U.S. Army Air Corps out of Molesworth England during WW II; shot down in a raid over Wiesbaden, Germany on August 15, 1944; captured by German troops and held as POW in Stalag Luft IV; endured forced POW Death March from late February 1945 until liberation by U.S. Troops of the 3rd Army at the end of April 1945; awarded the Purple Heart for wounds in combat, the Air Medal and other decorations; after WW II served in Tactical Air Command and Strategic Air Command until retirement from Active Duty in 1962. Funeral Services will be held Wednesday, May 4, 2011 at 11 in the BROWN & SONS FUNERAL HOME, 5624 26th St., W. Bradenton, FL. His burial will be held in the Sarasota National Cemetery, with full Miliary Honors at 2 PM May 4, 2011. The family suggests donations to the 8th Air Force Museum Association, P.O. Box 75, Barksdale AFB, La. 71110, or The National WWII Museum, P.O. Box 97336, Washington DC, 20090, in lieu of flowers.
Allen E. HARBAUGH died in 1916. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(70)
ALLEN E. HARBAUGH
His obituary appeared in the Connellsville, PA Courier June 12, 1916
MOUNTAIN POET DIES
Allen E. Harbaugh Succumbs at his Springfield Township Home. Allen E. Harbaugh, 66 years old, one of the best known residents of Springfield township, died yesterday morning at his home near Mill Run. Funeral tomorrow afternoon from the Baptist Church at Indian Creek with interment in the Baptist Cemetery.
Mr. Harbaugh was a familiar character throughout the township and was well known in Connellsville, having paid frequent visits to the city. He was populary known as the"Mountain Poet". For a number of years he edited the Mill Run Guest and at one time was a writer for The Courier. Mr. Harbaugh spent much of his time writing poetry. He was a sign painter and also learned the trade of a printer. He was a cobbler for many years. Deceased spent all his life at Mill Run and vicinity. His Widow and the following children survive; John, Chauncey, William and Anna, all at home.
Daniel A. Harbaugh, 75, a native of Laurelville, who was a commercial photographer at Washington, Pa., for more than 50 years, died at 6:40 a.m. Tuesday in Bon Secours Hospital in Detroit, Mich., where he had been confined for a week. He was born Nov. 5, 1881, at Laurelville, a son of the late Daniel E. and Catherine Maxwell Harbaugh. The family moved to Washington where Harbaugh became a photographer at the age of 14. After six years of free lance work, he opened the Star Studio in 1901. Illness forced his retirement several years ago and Mrs. Harbaugh operated the studio until August, 1931, when it was closed. Surviving are his widow, one son, one granddaughter and two sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Worthington of Wolfdale and Mrs. Minnie Gray of Washington.
The funeral service for Mrs. Etta Harbaugh of Mill Run, who died Tuesday, while on vacation in Van Wert, Ohio will be held at 10 o'clock Saturday morning at the Brooks Funeral Home of Indian Head with Rev. Miller of the Church of the Brethren at Berlin, officiating. Internment will be in Green Ridge Memorial Park. She was born October 2, 1877 in Orion, Ill, a daughter of the late Rev. Victor and Albertina Larson Setterbach, who had lived at her present address for eighteen years. She was a teacher in the Augustine College in Rock Island, IL and had taught commercial courses in high schools in several states. Deceased was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church at Connellsville and various organizations of Mill Run. Surviving are her husband Earl Harbaugh of Mill Run; one brother, Fred Satterbach of Rock Island, IL, and two sisters, Mrs. Violet Nelson and Miss Naomi of Chicago.
Harold HARBAUGH died in 1938. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Harold Harbaugh, 22-year-old Lemont Furnace youth died at 12:45 a.m. in the Uniontown hospital today as a result of an automobile accident in front of the Hopwood Community hall at 9:15 o'clock Thursday evening.
Harbaugh suffered a frontal fracture of the skull, broken right arm and a compound fracture of the right leg when struck by a machine driven by H. J. Grieves, 36, of Beacon street, Pittsburgh. Harbaugh was reported struck as he was crossing the highway.
The driver was released on his own recognizance following an investigation by Private W. J. Urick and Private G. E. McCloskey of the motor police.
The victim, formerly connected with the CCC camp, was employed as a dishwasher in the Francis restaurant. He had been driving with two companions in the mountains and on their return, the machine was parked in Hopwood. The two other boys had gone into a nearby house while Harbaugh was reported on his way to a service station across the highway.
He was reported unconscious when rushed to the hospital by Albert Mangus, 52, of Phillips.
Grieves told officers that he did not see the man. He is said to have stopped his machine and returned to the scene of the accident. He remained in Uniontown overnight.
The Grieves machine was badly damaged by the impact. Harbaugh was reported to weigh approximately 240 pounds.
(date of death handwritten as Jan. 7, 1938)
At Fort Strong hospital, March 28th, 1865, Mr. JAMES
HARBAUGH, of Company E, 6th Pa. Heavy Artillery, late a resident of
Dunbar Township, Fayette County Pa., where his parents now reside.
Through the kindness of his comrades in arms, his brother, a member
of the same company, is enabled to send his remains home to be
interred among his native hills. A better and more willing soldier
could not be found, always ready for his duty, and was beloved by
both officers and men.
But, alas! He is gone to rest,
Where many have gone before, The Lord hath thought it best To call him from below. Beneath the trees in a soldier’s grave, With the patriot dead doth sleep One of our numbers so true and brave, While many friends for him do weep.
Joseph H. Harbaugh, 67, of Akron, Ohio, formerly of Connellsville, died Monday in City Hospital in Akron. He was born in Connellsville, a son of the late Joseph H. and Hannah Trump Harbaugh. He was an employe of Goodyear Rubber Co. in Akron, and was supervisor of his carpenter and paint shop at the time of his retirement in 1960. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Nora Boyd Harbaugh; a son, J.R. (Bob) Harbaugh of Akron; a daughter, Mrs. Richard (Jean) Ody of St. Louis, Mo.; three grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. R. E. Metzgar of Connellsville. The funeral service and burial were held Thursday in Akron.
Mrs. Margaret Harbaugh, 73, widow of D. F. Harbaugh, died at her home in Mill Run Tuesday afternoon, July 2, 1935, at 12:30 o’clock of a complication of diseases. She is survived by the following children; Mrs. Sylvia P. Jackson, of New Salem; Donald Harbaugh, of Pittsburgh; McCune Harbaugh, of Mill run, and Mrs. Vane Laughery, of Mill Run. Twenty-four grandchildren and six great grandchildren also survive. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock at the Baptist church, Mill Run.
Richard S. Harbaugh, 77, of Mount Pleasant R.D. 2, died Tuesday in the Harmon House, Mount Pleasant. Surviving are his son, Richard P. Harbaugh; three grandchildren; a great- granddaughter; two sisters, Wilbur (Marian) Ohler of Rockwood and Mrs. Reed (Sara) Miller of Mount Pleasant. Friends will be received at the Brooks Funeral Home Inc., 406 E. Washington St., Mount Pleasant from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today and until 1 p.m. Friday.
Social Security Death Index:
Born—– November 4, 1917
Died—– May 30, 1995
Following a brief illness, Mrs. Minnie Estella Harbison, wife of Charles H. Harbison, assistant cashier of the Second National Bank, Masontown, died at 12:27 o’clock Sunday morning, April 11, 1937, in Uniontown hospital. Her sudden death was unexpected and comes as a shock to her host of friends and acquaintances in Masontown and vicinity where she had been a resident for more than 27 years. Mrs. Harbison was an active member of the First Methodist Episcopal church of Masontown and of Ideal chapter, Eastern Star of Masontown. Surviving besides her husband is one son, Mabon Harbison, of Mather, Green county; a daughter, Mrs. Charles Brooks, Masontown; five grandchildren, two great grandchildren and two sisters. Mrs. Harbison was born October 14, 1869 in Sewickley, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lake. She was 67 years, five months and 27 days old. Funeral services will be conducted at 2:30 o’clock Tuesday afternoon in the family residence, 701 North Main street, Masontown, with her pastor, Rev. J.A. Forgie, officiating. Burial will be in Masontown cemetery.
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HARDEN— On the 19th of September, Alcinda, daughter of Catherine and George Harden, in the 8th year of her age.
Caroline Marie “Carrie” Hudson Harden, 84, of Sandy Plains road, Clarksville, Pa., died Tuesday, December 24, 1996, at 10:15 a.m. in the home of her daughter. She was born November 24, 1912, in Troupe, Pa., daughter of James and Catherine Dodds Hudson. She owned and operated Ram’s Service Station in Sandy Plains for 29 years with her late husband, was a member of East Bethlehem Baptist Church where she taught Sunday School and was a member of the Ladies Bible Class. She was also a member of Beth-Center Senior Citizens. On December 24, 1930, she married Roger “Ram” Harden. He died August 23, 1968. She is survived by a daughter, Dolores Doman of Clarksville; a grandson, Robin L. Doman of Amity, Pa.; a granddaughter, Susan Gunchuck of Fredericktown, Pa.; great- grandchildren; Patrick Doman, Sean Doman, and Courtney Geller, and several nieces and nephews. Besides her husband she was preceded in death by her parents, and daughter in infancy, Jolyn Harden, and a half-sister, Anna Fortner. Friends will be received at the GREENLEE FUNERAL HOME, Route 40, Beallsville, today from 2 to 9 p.m. and Friday, December 27, until 1:30 p.m. Services will then be conducted by Rev. Jeffrey A. Johnson. Interment follows in Beallsville Cemetery.
HARDEN, ELIZABETH S.— Age 78 years of Dunbar, died Monday, May 14, 1973, in the Connellsville State General Hospital. She was born in Mt. Braddock on January 12, 1895, the daughter of the late David and Georgiana Pierce Cole. She was a member of the United Franklin Memorial Methodist Church. She is survived by a sister. Mrs. Mary Lee of Mason City, Iowa. She was preceded in death by her husband, James Harden and two brothers. Friends will be received in the Burhans Funeral Home, Dunbar, this evening from 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday from 1 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday until 11 a.m., the hour of service. Rev. Maybelle Johnson will officiate. Interment in Franklin Cemetery.
Elizabeth “Sis” Harden, 49, of Smithfield, died Monday, Sept. 4, 1995, in Ruby Memorial Hospital, Morgantown, W. Va. She was born in Uniontown, Pa., on March 8, 1946, a daughter of the late William and Beryl Chipps Smitley. She was Apostolic by faith. She is survived by her husband, Gerald “Jerry” Harden; two sons, Gerald Jr., and Robert Harden, both at home; three daughters, Patty Ruffner of Nemacolin, Mary Boden of Continental #3 and Donna Ruffner of Smithfield; 13 grandchildren; a brother, William Smitley of Lake Lynn R. D. 1; and two sisters, Margaret Hughes and Berry Frederick, both of Smithfield. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by two grandsons. Friends will be received in the Richard R. Herod Funeral Home, Point Marion, Pa., this evening from 6 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 1 p.m., in the Funeral Home, with the Rev. William Provance officiating. Interment will follow in Springhill Union Cemetery, Morris Crossroads, Pa.
Emma A. HARDEN died in 1931. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Mrs. Emma Alberta Marks Harden, 58 years old, wife of James Harden, died Saturday evening at 6:30 o'clock in her home, in Summit, Dunbar township, following a brief illness. She had lived there since 1908.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by the following children: James, Jr., Dunbar; Harry, Leisenring No. 1; Earl, Summit; Emory, Chicago; Charles, Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Joseph James and Mrs. Harry Pegg, Juniata. There are four sisters, one brother and 21 grandchildren.
The funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in the late home at Summit. Rev. John H. Lamberton, pastor of the Connellsville Methodist Protestant church, will officiate. Burial in Dickerson Run Union cemetery.
(Herald - January 3, 1931)
Helen J. Hardik, 66, of Scottdale, died Wednesday, March 22, 1995, in Frick Hospital & Community Health Center, Mt. Pleasant. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. James (Helen) Wishart and Mrs. Michael (Connie) Shinsky, both of Scottdale; one son, Larry Hardik and his wife, Carol of Tarrs; seven grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Zack (Edna Mae) Poorbaugh of Mt. Pleasant R. D. 2, Mrs. Ed (Alice) Booher and Mrs. Chris (Dorothy) Booher, both of Mt. Pleasant; two brothers, Harry Underwood of Scottdale R. D. 1 and Homer Underwood of Bridgeport; and numerous nieces and nephews. Friends will be received in the Robert B. Ferguson, Jr., Funeral Home, 105 Spring St., Scottdale, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., and Saturday until 10 a.m. Memorials to the American Cancer Society, 152 East Otterman, Greensburg, Pa. 15601 in Memory of Helen J. Hardik.
HARDIN, MRS. ANNETTE RUTTER, aged 74 years, widow of Hugh R. Hardin, died in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ira B. Varndell, 7 Hill street, Uniontown, Pa., Saturday, April 13, 1946, at 7:35 p.m. following a lengthy illness. Surviving are the following sons and daughters; Mrs. John Jordan, of McClellandtown; Mrs. B. W. Sleighter, of Philadelphia; Mrs. Ira S. Varndell and R. H. Hardin, of Uniontown; nine grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. John Kearns, of Youngwood; and Mrs. Max Kreman, of Steubenville, O. Funeral services will be conducted in the Johnston Mortuary Chapel, 65 N. Gallatin avenue, Uniontown, Tuesday, April 16, at 2 p.m., with Rev. J. L. Carraway of Christ’s Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be made in Smithfield Baptist cemetery. Friends are being received in the funeral home.
Mrs. Augusta Hardin, 81 years old, died yesterday morning at her home at Haydentown following a lingering illness.
Mrs. Barbara Jane Hardin, aged 66, wife of Upton C. Hardin, died Sunday evening at 5:55 o'clock at her home in Georges township following an illness of grip and pneumonia. She is survived by her husband, one grand daughter and three great-granddaughters. One brother, Jacob Daring, and one sister, Mrs. Sarah Rhodes, also survive. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home, Rev. Mr. Callaghan officiating. Mrs. Hardin was a member of the Haydentown Christian church.
HARDIN, CHARLES—Age 60 years of R. D. 4, Uniontown, Pa., died in the Brownsville General Hospital, Monday, September 17, 1956. He was predeceased by his wife, Elizabeth Hardin in 1954. Survivors are three sons and one daughter, George, Robert and William, Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Robert (Betty) Little, Dawson; one brother and two sisters, Dewy Hardin, Uniontown; Mrs. Charles Phillippi, Connellsville; Mrs. Helen Nunley, Takoma Park, Md.; seven grandchildren. He was a veteran of World War I and an member of U.M.W.A., Maxwell, and Fayette Veterans of World War I, Barracks 279. Friends are being received in the Podvia-Flack Funeral Home, Legion St., Republic, until Thursday at 2 p.m. the hour of service with Rev. Earl P. Confer officiating. Interment will be in Oak Grove Cemetery, Uniontown.
HARDIN, EFFIE J.—Age 80 years, of Long Island, N. Y., died suddenly Thursday, September 7, 1967, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Elva Paulson, of Long Island, N. Y. In addition to her daughter, she is survived by another daughter, Mrs. Olive Paulson, Brooklyn, N. Y.; one son, J. Albert Robinson, Connellsville; two brothers, Oliver Morris, Smithfield and Charles Morris, Uniontown. She was predeceased by two sons, Charles Robinson and Howard Hardin. Friends will be received in the Wagner-Cooley Funeral Home, Fairchance, today fro 5 to 10 p.m., and on Sunday, until 2 p.m., the hour of service. Rev. A. G. Previte will officiate. Burial will follow in Hopwood Cemetery.
Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Hardin, aged 79, died about 1 o’clock Wednesday afternoon, March 19, 1941 at her home near Haddenville, National Pike West, after an illness of a complication of diseases. Surviving Mrs. Hardin are three sons and two daughters, Charles and Dewey of Haddenville, and Russell Mitchell, Uniontown; Mrs. Charles Phillipi, Connellsville, and Mrs. Helen Nunley, Uniontown; a sister, Mrs. Rebecca Thomas, Montoursville, and two brothers, Charles and George, of Rubles Mill. She also leaves 14 grandchildren. The body has been removed from the G. Earl Podvia Funeral Home, Republic, to the family residence where friends will be received.
HARDIN, MRS. ELIZABETH—Aged 57 of R. D. 4, Uniontown, National Pike West, died Tuesday, June 29, 1954 in the Uniontown Hospital at 10 a.m. She is survived by her husband Charles Hardin and these children, Mrs. Robert Little, Dickerson Run; George, Robert and William, Cleveland, Ohio; five grandchildren; her mother, Mrs. John McDonough, Republic; one sister, Mrs. Thomas Walls, Cleveland, Ohio; one brother, George Rose, Star Junction. Friends will be received in the Podvia-Flack Funeral Home, Republic, after 3 o’clock this afternoon. Arrangements are incomplete.
Mrs. Emma Alberta Marks Harden, 68 years old, wife of James Harden, died Saturday evening at 6:30 o’clock in her home, in Summit, Dunbar township, following a brief illness. She had lived there since 1908. In addition to her husband, she is survived by the following children: James, Jr., Dunbar; Harry, Leisenring No. 1; Earl, Summit; Emory Chicago; Charles, Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Joseph James and Mrs. Harry Pegg, Juniata. There are four sisters, one brother and 21 grandchildren.
The funeral service will be held at 2:30 o’clock Tuesday afternoon in the late home at Summit. Rev. John H. Lamberton, pastor of the Connellsville Methodist Protestant church will officiate. Burial in Dickerson Run Union cemetery.
At his residence in Springhill township, on the 7th inst., Mr. George Hardin, Sr., aged about 81 years.
Two district men have died following short confinements in their cells in county jails. Dead are James Rubrights, 31, of the State Hotel, Connellsville, and George D. Hardin, 67, address unknown. Rubrights died yesterday morning at 8:25 as he was being removed from a South Connellsville firemen’s ambulance into Connellsville Hospital. Hardin died at 2:14 this morning in Uniontown Hospital, where he was admitted yesterday afternoon at 5:20 with a possible fractured skull. Connellsville police said Rubrights was arrested on a public drunkenness charge Friday night and was serving out his sentence when he took and epileptic fit in his cell Saturday afternoon and struck his face on a windowsill. He was taken to the hospital by city police and treated by a physician. He was given medicine to take back to jail and reportedly was feeling fine until police found him ill early yesterday morning. An ambulance was called and Rubrights died before he got to the hospital. Hospital attaches said his father is a resident of Melcroft.
Uniontown police were called by a taxicab dispatcher Saturday night who said one of his drivers saw a man tumble onto Church St. near N. Gallatin Ave. Hardin was taken to the hospital and treated for a cut scalp, then removed to the city lockup. Last evening at 5 p.m. Hardin was found in what appeared to be critically ill condition and rushed to the hospital where he was admitted with a possible fractured skull, attendants said. He died this morning. The body was removed to the Ferguson Funeral Home here and authorities today were attempting to locate a sister in Connellsville. Hardin carried no identification when arrested, it was said.
HARDIN, GEORGE DEWEY—Aged 59, R. D. 1, Uniontown, died early Monday morning, June 16, 1958 in the Uniontown Hospital. He was a veteran of World War II. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Charles Phillipi, Connellsville; Mrs. Helen Nunley, Falls Church, Va. Friends will be received after 12 noon today in the Ferguson Funeral Home, 60 Morgantown St., where services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. with Rev. Earl P. Confer officiating. Interment will be in Sylvan Heights Cemetery.
George Henry Hardin, 70 years old, a carpenter, died suddenly at 5:30 o’clock Tuesday morning at his home at 60 Marion street, Cumberland, Md. Mr. Hardin, who was born at Dunbar, had resided in Cumberland for more than three decades. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Mary Frances Lowery Hardin; six sons, Edgar of Akron, Ohio, Albert of New York, James and George of Baltimore, Paul of Cumberland and Seaman 2/c Richard of Freeport, R. I.; five daughters, Mrs. Edward Smith, Mrs. Mildred Thompson, Mrs. Kathleen Ferrin, and Mrs. Frances Adels of Baltimore and Mrs. Marian Harvey at home; three sisters, Mrs. Catherine Coughenour of Dunbar, Mrs. Blanche Mason of Uniontown and Mrs. Ida Miller of Detroit, Mich., and 18 grandchildren. The funeral service will be conducted at 2 o’clock Friday afternoon at the Kight funeral home in Cumberland. Burial will be made in Zion Memorial Cemetery there.
HARDIN, GERTRUDE A.Age 70 years, of R. D. 1, Smithfield, Pa., (Hardin Hollow), died at her late residence. Surviving are one brother, Henry Hardin, Sharon, Pa.,; one sister, Mrs. LeRoy (Nina) Moore, Fairchance. She was a member of the Haydentown Christian Church. Friends will be received in the Wagner-Cooley Funeral Home, Fairchance, after 7 PM today, and where services will be conducted Wednesday at 10:30 AM. Rev. McClelland Riggar will officiate. Interment will follow in the Haydentown Cemetery.
UNIONTOWN, Feb. 26Glenn Hardin, aged seven, was run over and instantly killed by the automobile belonging to Mrs. A. W. Bliss this afternoon. The accident occurred on Main street almost opposite the Blackstone building. The wheels of the car passed over the head and neck of the lad, who never moved after he was struck down. The driver fainted and had to be carried into a drug store and revived. Chauffeur Clarence Dewalt was driving the car. With him as a passenger was Wendell Howard. The machine was going at the usual rate of speed observed by automobiles on Main street when the Hardin by started across the street almost in front of it. Whether he saw the car before running before its path will never be known. Dewalt turned the steering gear and tried to avoid hitting the lad. He applied the emergency brake at the same time, but the car hit the boy and knocked him under the wheels. As Dewalt felt the machine bump over the body he collapsed in a faint. Young Hardin was the son of Hugh Hardin, a well known resident of Uniontown.
Estate of HENRY HARDEN, Este, of
New Geneva, Nicholson Township,
Fayette County, Pa. Deceased.
Letters of Administration in the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or demands against said estate are requested to make known the same.
ISA HARDEN, Administratrix, New Geneva, Pennsylvania
No blame was attached to Ingraham Patrick of Martin in the death of Henry Harden, 68, a pedestrian near New Geneva. Witnesses said the aged man walked in front of the car.
Damages of $20,000 are asked in a suit instituted by Isa Hardin, widow of Henry Hardin, against Ingraham and Anna Patrick of Martin. Mrs. Hardin also is the administratrix of the estate of her late husband. It is related in the suit that Ingraham Patrick, son of Anna Patrick, owner of the offending vehicle, was driving. The vehicle struck the pedestrian, whose skull, pelvis and legs were fractured. He also suffered internal and other external injuries. The accident is dated December 30, 1952. It occurred on the Smithfield - New Geneva highway. Fast and reckless speed is charged.
Howard C. "Buster" Hardin, 58, of Mill Run, Pa., died Wednesday, April 16, 2003, in Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh. He was born Feb. 8, 1945, in Smithfield, Pa., son of Margaret Jane Hardin Loulis of Fairchance, Pa.
Buster was predeceased by his brother, Charles Loulis and father-in-law, Michael Carafa. In addition to his mother, he is survived by his wife, Janet Carafa Hardin; two daughters, Dawn Renzi and husband, Carmen of Morgantown, W.Va., and Nikki Hardin of Mill Run, Pa.; five grandchildren; four aunts, Star Hardin and Elva Kelley, both of Smithfield, Pa., Beverly Miller of Fairchance, Pa., and Sally Doutt of Ellwood City, Pa.; and mother-in-law, Clara Carafa of Masontown, Pa. He was an avid sportsman who loved fishing and hunting, was a self-employed stone mason, and a veteran of the United States Army.
The family will receive friends in the DEAN C. WHITMARSH FUNERAL HOME, 134 West Church St., Fairchance, Pa., this evening from 6 to 9 p.m., and on Friday, April 18, 2003, until 11 a.m., the hour of service. Interment in Maple Grove Cemetery, Fairchance, Pa.
After watching his eight-year-old daughter leave for school, Hugh Hardin, Uniontown contractor, well known in Connellsville, walked to an upper room this afternoon at 1 o’clock and blew out his brains with a revolver. “I’m going upstairs to kill myself,” he told his wife as he walked through the room. She paid no attention until she heard the shot. No motive is known. Hardin was 48 years old and lived at 51 Murray avenue.
HARDEN, MRS. ISA PEARL— Aged 77, died in her home, New Geneva, Tuesday morning, December 16, 1958, following an illness of several months. She was predeceased by her husband, Henry Clay Harden, in 1952. She is survived by two sons, Henry Summerton, Silver Creek, N. Y.; Hugh Summerton, Homerville, Ohio; three daughters, Mrs. Anna Mehoke, Vanderbilt; Mrs. Bessie Phillips, New Geneva; Mrs. Ada McManigle, Tediouts; nine grandchildren; two great grandchildren. Friends are being received in the Herod Funeral Home, Pt. Marion, until Friday at 2 p.m., the hour of service, with Rev. M. T. Huliban officiating. Interment will be in Cedar Grove Cemetery, near New Geneva.
Isaac Hardin, aged 58 years, of Menallen township, died in the Uniontown hospital, Sunday morning, August 25, 1929, at 6:45 o’clock. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 10 o’clock at the home of a sister, Mrs. Frank Grimes, on the John S. Langley farm, Menallen township. Services will be held later in the Grace church with interment in the church cemetery. Rev. Ward of the new Salem Central Christian church will have charge. Included among Mr. Hardin’s survivors are two brothers, James, of Menallen township, and Henry, of Greene county.
Jackie Glenn Hardin, age 46, of 101 Harvey Avenue, Masontown, Fayette County, Pa., died Friday, July 20, 2007, in Uniontown Hospital, Uniontown, Fayette County, Pa. He was born December 26, 1960, in Uniontown, Pa., the son of the now late Milton and Cora Hardin. On July 6, 1986, he married Patty Schartiger Hardin, who survives. Also surviving are his children: Shaun Hardin, of Carmichaels, Greene County, Pa., Patty Shaffer, of Smithfield, Fayette County, Pa., Melissa Evans, of Gates, Fayette County, Pa., Joseph Hardin, of Masontown, Pa., and Jeremy Hardin, of Masontown, Pa.; brothers and sisters: James Hardin, Fred Hardin, Harriet Hardin, Wayne Hardin, Sally Simmon, Kenneth Hardin; several grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
Friends are invited to call at the JOHN S. MAYKUTH JR. FUNERAL HOME, Church at River Avenue, Masontown, Pa., today (Monday, July 23, 2007) from 2:00 to 4:00 and 5:00 until 8:00 p.m. Funeral Services will begin in the Funeral Home Chapel at 8:00 p.m. Burial and Graveside Services will be Private. Donations may be made to the family.
Article contains various accidents. Excerpt is from paragraph 5.
Jacob Hardin, an old and experienced minor employed in the Atcheson Coke Co’s Anchor mines, at Dunbar, was crushed to death by a fall of coal and coke last Friday morning about 10 o’clock. His son, who was working with him, narrowly escaped meeting the same fate. The deceased leaves a wife and six children.
Services for Jacob T. Hardin, aged 51, who died Christmas night at his home in Dunbar, will be conducted at 2 o’clock Saturday afternoon in the residence of Frederick Golden, McGee’s Crossing, Dunbar. Rev. W. S. Hamilton will officiate and burial will be in Mt. Auburn cemetery.
Janet Michelle Hardin, 63, of Mill Run, Pa. died suddenly on March 7, 2011. She was born August 25, 1947 in Uniontown, Pa., daughter of Michael Carafa and Clara Katruska Carafa. Predeceased husband was Howard "Buster" Hardin. Surviving are two daughters, Nikki Burnsworth, Mill Run, Pa. and Dawn Renzi, Morgantown, W.Va. and seven grandchildren. Family and friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service at the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, 17 N. Morgantown St., Fairchance, Pa. on Saturday, March 12, 2011 at 11 a.m. with Pastor Paul Salosky officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of the DEAN C. WHITMARSH FUNERAL HOME, 134 West Church Street, Fairchance, Pa.
John Polk Hardin Sr., of the 6200 Block of Grimes Ave., Norfolk, Va., died in his home of natural causes. He is survived by his wife, Helen; a daughter, Patricia; two sons, John Jr., and Michael; his beloved grandson, Matthew James and daughter-in-law Cheri, all of Norfolk; sisters, Margaret Loulis, Starr Hardin and Elva Kelley, who was his twin, Beverly Miller and Sally Doutt, all of Pennsylvania; and a host of nieces, nephews and in-laws. The family received friends in the Hollomon-Brown Funeral Home, Tidewater Drive, Norfolk, Va., on Thursday, July 20, 1995. A graveside service will be held Friday at 11 a.m., in Forest Lawn Cemetery. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorial donations be made to the DAV Chapter 4, the SPCA or Grace Baptist Church.
James Harden, 76 years old, died at 11:35 o’clock Saturday night at Connellsville State Hospital where he had been a patient for two months. Mr. Harden was born at Hopwood and had spent his entire life in Fayette county. He was an employee of the H. C. Frick Coke Company until his retirement six years ago. He had been awarded a medal for 50 years’ service with the company. His wife, Emma Marks Harden, preceded him in death in 1933. He had formerly resided at Summit, Dunbar township, but recently had been making his home with a daughter, Mrs. Lillian James of Bookvale.
Surviving in addition to Mrs. James are these children: James Harden of Dunbar, Harry Harden of Scottdale, Emery Harden of Florida, Charles Harden of Wilkinsburg, Mrs. Bessie Pegg of Summit, and Earl Harden of South Connellsville. A Sister, Mrs. Margaret Prath of Perryopolis and 20 grandchildren also survive.
The funeral will be held at 10:30 o’clock Wednesday morning at the home of Mrs. James in Brookvale with Rev. A. R. Mansberger, pastor of the Methodist Protestant Church, officiating. Burial will be in Dickerson Run Union Cemetery in charge of Funeral Director John J Spishak.
A pickup truck crashed on the Walnut Hill Rd. late last night, killing a Mount Sterling father of 12 children. Milton (Jack) Hardin, 52, died instantly of a fractured skull. The victim reportedly was employed by the Price Coal. Co., Merrittstown. The mishap occurred shortly after 10 o’clock. State Police said it appeared the Hardin was traveling south, in the direction of Continental and about two miles from Uniontown, when the truck veered out of control on a curve an sideswiped a utility pole. It then crossed the highway, struck an embankment and overturned, throwing the victim onto the roadway. His body was removed to the Haky Funeral Home in Uniontown by Uniontown firemen’s ambulance, then taken to the Wagner-Cooley Funeral Home in Fairchance. Hardin was the son of William and Lorraine Childs Hardin. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Cora Braddee Hardin, 12 children and three sisters.
Stricken with a heart attack Tuesday morning, Mrs. Nancy Hardin, aged 82, on of Dunbar’s best known and most beloved women, was found dead Tuesday evening. It was evident that after she became suddenly ill that Mrs. Hardin realized the end was near as she brought from a place of safe keeping, Liberty Bonds and gold pieces. Mrs. Hardin evidently had tried to dress, but died before this could be accomplished. Thomas Hardin, a son, who lived at home, was absent at the time. Mrs. Hardin is survived by the following children; Thomas Hardin, Mrs. Samuel Blacka, of Dunbar; Mrs. John Miller, of Johnstown; Mrs. James Mason of Uniontown, and George Hardin of Cumberland. One brother, Elias O. Bowman, of Smithfield; a sister, Mrs. Kathryn O’Neal, of Ohio, 37 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren also survive. Funeral services in charge of Rev. D. E. Minerd will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the home of Mrs. Blacka. Interment in the Mount Auburn cemetery at Dunbar.
Ray R. Hardin, 60, of Uniontown, Fayette County, Pa., lost his battle with lung cancer on Tuesday, March 21, 2006, with his immediate family by his side. Served in the United States Army in 1963-1964 as a paratrooper in Vietnam, also served in the Air Force from 1972 retiring in 1992 as Master Sergeant with an Accommodation, two Metorious Service medals, and many service connected awards. While serving in Greece he was responsible for the aircraft supply line during Desert Storm.
He leaves his wife, best friend and soul mate, Cinda Cain Hardin; two sons: Warren and wife, Jennifer, of Hopwood, Fayette County, Pa., Skip and wife, Leann, of Lemont Furnace, Fayette County, Pa.; three daughters: Melanie and husband, George Barborak, of Virginia, Linda and husband, Charles Thorpe, of Markleysburg, Fayette County, Pa., his baby girl, Lindsay Rayanna, at home; nine grandsons, five brothers: Fred and Jack, both of Masontown, Fayette County, Pa., Jimmy, Kenny, and Wayne, all of Ohio; two sisters: Sally Ann and husband, Larry Simmons, of Uniontown, Pa., Harriet Tate, of Masontown, Pa.; sister-in-law, Goldie Robinson and husband, Harold, of Uniontown, Pa., numerous nieces and nephews, his long time friend, Jack Woolverton.
Friends will be received in the Skirpan Funeral Home, 608 Cherry Tree Lane, Uniontown, Pa., on Saturday and Sunday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. and Monday in the First Christian Church of New Salem, Fayette County, Pa., from 11 a.m. till 1 p.m.
Mrs. Sadie Harden, 79, died Monday morning at her home in South Union township. Her husband, Thomas Harden, preceded her in death in August, 1945.
Mrs. Sarah Jane Hardin, 87 years and one month old, one of Fayette county's oldest women, died Wednesday night at her home at Smithfield of complication of diseases. She was a native of this county and spent the greater part of her life in the vicinity of Smithfield. She is survived by three children, Mrs. Mary Trenton of Keyser, W. Va., Mrs. Frank Bayles and William Hardin of Smithfield. She is also survived by one brother, William Mayfield, 88 years old, and a sister, Mrs. Ophelia Lemon of Uniontown; 11 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. The funeral service will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the First Presbyterian Church of Smithfield. Interment will be in the Baptist Cemetery.
Harden, Thomas, aged 80 years, of North Union Township, died Thursday, August 9, 1945, at 6:30 p.m. He was born in South Union Township, May 1?, 1865, and was a lifelong resident of Fayette county. He is survived by his widow, Sadie Thomas Harden, and one sister, Ella Grimes, of Uniontown, R.D.4. Funeral arrangements, under the direction of C.B. Dearth Sons, New Salem, are incomplete.
William Hardin, 39 years old, as miner for the Cambria Iron & Steel company at Johnstown, was killed late Wednesday afternoon in the Franklin Mine No. 4, when he was caught under a fall of rock. Mr. Hardin was an experienced miner, having worked for the Cambria company for five years. He was working wit his brother-in-law, Richard Posfate, at the time of the accident. Mr. Hardin was well known in this section, having resided at Dunbar until 1909 when the family moved to Johnstown. All the children of Mr. and Mrs. Hardin were born at Dunbar, In addition to his widow, deceased is survived by five children, his mother, Mrs. Nancy Hardin of Lemont and the following brothers and sisters; Thomas Hardin, Lemont; Mrs. Samuel Blacka, Dunbar; George Hardin, Meyersdale; Mrs. Blanche Mason, Uniontown, and Mrs. John O. Miller, Somerset county.
HARDIN, WILLIAM HENRY —Aged 19 of Smithfield, R. D. 3, died Monday morning, June 6, 1955 at Terra Alta, W. Va. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hardin, Smithfield; two brothers, Bobbie and Marcus at home; three sisters, Betty Virginia Hardin, Cleveland, O.; Alberta Williams, Smithfield; Leanor Hamrick, Webster Springs, W. Va. Friends will be received after 5 p.m. today in the Vance Funeral Home, Smithfield, where services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. with Rev. Paul Tarey officiating. Interment will be in Mt. Moriah Baptist Cemetery, Smithfield.
SOMERSET— Mrs. Lena Albert Harding, 71, of Jerome, died in a Johnstown Hospital.
Norman HARDING died in 1931. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(3)
Norman Harding, aged 24 years, 11 months and 27 days, succumbed, at 8:30 a. m., Saturday, May 2, 1931, in the Uniontown Hospital, where he was taken following a mine accident at Burns works, Nicholson township recently. He was a resident of Nicholson township.
Surviving is his widow, Mrs. Kathryn Harding and one daughter, Norma Leila. One sister, Miss Harding, Hartford, Conn., also survives.
Short funeral services will be held in the late home this afternoon at 2 o'clock followed by aditional <sic> services in the New Geneva Presbyterian church in charge of Rev. W. A. Monks. Burial will be in Cedar Grove cemetery.