Note N22304 Index
Hayes was a farmworker in South Bloomfield Tpwnship, Morrow County, Ohio.
He and Eva had no children. Hayes was a member of the Sparta Advent Christian Church and South Bloomfield Grange.
Note N22305 Index
Harry was a farmer in Sparta, Ohio.
Note N22306 Index
Hazel is buried in Bloomfield Cemetery, Chesterville, Ohio.
Note N22308 Index
Darwin was a carpenter and farmer in Mount Vernon, Ohio.
He and Hazel divorced 30 July 1945 Knox County Court Records Vo. 9, Page 107, File 68, File Box 523, Case No. 17774).
Darwin is buried in Amity Cemetery, Amity, Ohio.
Note N22309 Index
Gaylord was a farmer in Morris Township, Knox County, Ohio. He had served in the U.S. Army during World War II, and was a member of Berlin United Methodist Church.
Note N22316 Index
Hattie was adopted by a Willoughby family.
Note N22317 Index
Samuel was employed at a company that built and repaired bridges.
Note N22323 Index
Lewis served in the U.S. Army during World War II, earning two Broze Stars. After the war, he worked for, and retired from, the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company. He was a member of the South Vernon United Methodist Church, and was past president of Glass Works Local 20 and the Knox County Labor Council.
Note N22325 Index
Lawrence was an automobile mechanic. He and Mildred had no children.
Note N22327 Index
Clair was a machinist for the Mt. Vernon Bridge Company, and farmed part-time on their farm near Sparta, where they raised chickens, cows and pigs. As his health became worse, he sold the farm and moved to town.
Clair and Maude are buried in the Bloomfield Cemetery near Sparta.
Note N22328 Index
Charles worked as a millwright at Continental Can Company. He was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church and the Eagles Lodge.
Note N22329 Index
Marjorie graduated from Higgins Classical Institute in 1957 and Husson College in 1951 with a B.S. in Business Education. For more than 25 years, she worked for a law firm in Brewer as a paralegal. She was a member of Holden Congregational Church where she was the Treasurer and sang in the choir. She is remembered as "a genuinely kind and decent person....Her beautiful voice and heart will linger in our memory." She died from melanoma cancer, which she had battled for many years.
Note N22330 Index
Roland served as a Sergeant in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. He and Marjorie are buried in Harts Corner Cemetery, Holden, Maine.
Note N22342 Index
Frances was a member of the Indianola Church of Christ, and Order of the Eastern Star in Zanesville, Ohio.