|Page County, Iowa obituaries|
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|Hamilton, Burton John|
Obituary - Graveside services for Burton John Hamilton, infant son of Mr and Mrs Dan Hamilton of New Market were held Monday morning at Memory cemetery at New Market with Loren Daly officiating.
The infant died Thursday at an Omaha hospital where he was taken shortly after his birth at Clarinda on Wednesday.
Besides his parents of New Market he is survived by a brother Joe Daniel of the home and grandparents Mr and Mrs Richard Burton of New Market.
Walker-Merrick Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
|Hamilton, Matthew Dee, -Jan 11, 1972-section 3|
Obituary - Graveside services were held this Thursday morning at the Memory Cemetery near New Market for Mathew Dee Hamilton, stillborn infant son of Dan and Eleanor Jo Burton Hamilton.
He was born Jan 11 at the Municipal Hospital, the first child of the couple.
Mr and Mrs Dick Burton of New Market and Mr and Mrs Bob Hamilton of Des Moines are grandparents. Mrs Viva Fine of New Market is a great-grandmother.
Loren Daly of the New Market Church of Christ officiated at the service.
|Handford, Blanche Karg - (no tombstone)|
Obituary - Mrs Blanche Karg Handford, 87 of Clarinda died Saturday morning at Bethesda Care Center where she had been a patient for two years and 9 months.
She was born June 3, 1891, at Pawnee, Nebr., the daughter of Sonville and Edith Burr Chappell.
Mrs Handford's home was at 301 E. Garfield before she entered the rest home.
Surviving children are Clifford Karg, Pleasant Hill, Mo., Henry Karg, New Market, Homer, Robert, and Harvey Karg of Clarinda, Mrs Orville (Juanita) Weaver, Welch, Okla., Mrs Thelma Snow, Independence, Mo., Mrs Dale (Edith) DeBord, Creston, Ia, Mrs Kyle (Lolabelle) Hughes, Clarinda. There are 25 grandchildren, and 41 great grandchildren. Sisters are Mrs Pearl Meyers, El Dorado Springs, Mo and Mrs Fred (Ethel) Fryer, Rockville, Mo.
She was preceded in death by a son Alvin Karg in 1974, three grandchildren and four brothers.
Funeral services were held this Monday afternoon at Walker-Merrick Funeral Home with Rev Ron Swedberg officiating. Grandsons were casket bearers. Karolyn Hughes and Pat Gant sang with Grace Perry organist.
Burial was in Memory Cemetery at New Market.
Handford, Blanche Karg - Mrs Blanche Karg Handford, 87 of Clarinda died Saturday morning at Bethesda Care Center where she had been a patient for two years and nine months.
She was born June 3, 1891 at Pawnee, Nebraska, the daughter of Sonville and Edith Burr Chappell.
She was united in marriage with Robert J. Karg January 28, 1908 and they made their home in the vicinity of Pleasant Hill, Mo. To this union ten children were born. Robert Karg passed away on June 7, 1927.
In February 1930 she was united in marriage to Clyde Watson and resided in Fedora, South Dakota, later moving to Iowa. During World War II, 5 of Blanche's sons served in the armed services. Mr Watson passed away May 14, 1949. In October Mrs Watson moved to 301 East Garfield, Clarinda.
Blanche was united in marriage to Johnston Handford in June, 1954. She was preceded in death by her husband, one son Alvin Charles Karg, three grandchildren, a step son Joe Handford, her parents and four brothers.
Surviving children are Clifford Karg, Pleasant Hill, Mo.; Henry Karg, New Market, Homer, Robert and Harvey Karg of Clarinda. Mrs Orville (Juanita) Weaver, Welch, Okla., Mrs Thelma Snow, Independence, Mo.; Mrs Dale (Edith) DeBord, Creston, Iowa, Mrs Kyle (Lolabelle) Hughes, Clarinda. There are 25 grandchildren and 40 great grandchildren. Surviving sisters are Mrs Pearl Meyers, El Dorado Springs, Mo and Mrs Fred (Ethel) Fryer, Rockville, Mo.
She confessed her faith in Christ as a young girl and remained faithful to her church as long as her health permitted.
Funeral services were held Jan 8, 1978 at Walker-Merrick Funeral Home with Rev Ron Swedberg officiating. The casket bearers and honorary casket bearers were her grandsons. Karolyn Hughes and Pat Gant sang with Grace Perry organist. Burial was in Memory Cemetery at New Market.
|Handorf, Lucile Hensley, 1911 - .....; ss Fredrick; section 3|
Obituary - Mrs Frederic C. (Helen Lucile) Handorf, 68 of Bedford died Friday afternoon at Montgomery County Memorial Hospital at Red Oak where she had been admitted on Tuesday.
She was born July 7, 1911 at Filer, Id, the daughter of James and Iva Hankins Hensley. On May 5, 1945 she was married to Frederic Handorf who survives. They lived in the Siam community until two years ago when they moved to Bedford.
Mrs Handorf had taught school for 39 years retiring in 1972. All of her teaching was in Taylor County, the first part in rural schools and the last 16 years in the Bedford school system.
Besides her husband of the home she is survived by her mother, Mrs Iva Hensley of Clarinda and a sister Mrs Elvin (Maxine) Campbell of Clarinda and one niece.
Funeral services were held this Monday afternoon at Walker-Merrick Funeral home with Carl Cummings officiating. H.E. Richardson was soloist and Grace Perry organist. Casket bearers were Halbert Hensley, J. Roy Seal, Norman Weaver, Paul Gard, Harold Ellison, and Darrel Driftmier.
Burial was in Memory cemetery near New Market.
|Hankins, Effie Mae Bunker, 1885 - 1966; ss James; section 2|
Obituary - Effie Mae Bunker, daughter of John and Lida Bolt Bunker was born May 11, 1885, in Villisca, Ia. She departed from this life at the Pugh Nursing Home in Clarinda, Ia, June 13, 1966, at the age of 81 years, 1 month and two days. She moved to New Market when a small child and had spent the remainder of her life in this community. She was a member of the Methodist church and attended as long as her health permitted. She was also a 50-year and charter member of the Lindsey club.
On January 10, 1910, she was united in marriage to James Hankins. To this union four children were born, Kenneth James of Los Gates, Calif; Maye L. Parsons of New Market, Ia; Arlene Hanson of St Joseph, Mo; and Helen I. Martin of Park Forrest, Ill. Mrs Hankins is survived by her children, nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Mr Hankins preceded her in death in 1939. She is the last of a family of nine children. She has one sister-in-law, Mrs Maude Bunker, living in Villisca. She also leaves to mourn her passing nieces, nephews, and the whole community in which she lived.
Carl Cummings of Bedford was clergyman. Organist was Aletha Butchings and soloist, Mrs Dalphon Bashor. Casket bearers were Bill Martin, Donald Parsons, Allen Hankins, Jim Martin, Richard Parsons, and Duane Hankins. Memorial services were held at the Walker Funeral Home June 15, 1966 with interment in Memory Cemetery. Clarinda Herald Journal. Bedford Times-Press gives Mrs Harmon (Helen I.) Martin of Park Forrest, Ill. so tells the son-in-law's name.
|Hankins, James, 1886 - 1939; ss Effie; section 2|
Obituary - Jim Hankins, aged 52, passed away at his home in New Market Friday morning at eight o'clock after a lingering illness of several months. He was a prominent business man in New Market for many years having operated a meat market and recreation parlor.
He leaves his wife, Mrs Effie Hankins, one son, Kenneth, three daughters, Mrs Merl Parsons, and Miss Helen Hankins both of New Market and Mrs Maurice Hanson of Clearfield; his mother, Mrs Ann Hankins of New Market, two sisters, Mrs Jim Hensley of Bedford and Mrs Roy Searles of Jamison, Mo, and two brothers, Grover Hankins of Shenandoah and Walter Hankins of California.
Funeral services were held from the Walker Funeral Home Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev T.J. Overholt. Clarinda Herald-Journal, 1939
|Harris, Emma "Louisa" Kelso, 1857 - 1940; section 2|
Obituary - Emma Louise Kelso was born in Buboise [sic, Dubois] county, Indiana, Sept 29, 1857 and died at the home of her son in New Market, Iowa September 3, 1940 at the age of 82 years, 11 months and five days.
In her early youth she moved with her parents in Taylor county, Iowa where she grew to womanhood. In 1877 she was united in marriage to John S. Harris and to them six children were born. One died in infancy.
Surviving are Ona Denny, of Coin, Iowa; Lenna Martin, Carroll, Iowa; Oren Harris, San Bernardino, California and Eldon and Herchel of New Market. She also leaves eight grandchildren and a great grandson together with one brother, H.V. Kelso of New Market. Mr Harris preceded her in death in 1926.
Mrs Harris was one of Taylor county's pioneers, having moved here 75 years ago. In her life she saw this county develop from a bare wilderness to its present state. She enjoyed telling of her many experiences, the hardships and sorrows of pioneer life.
Funeral services were from the home September 5, 1940 conducted by the Rev Mr Gatch. Interment was in Memory cemetery. Clarinda Herald Journal
|Harris, Vera Mae Cavender wf Thomas, 1906-1964; section 3|
Obituary - Vera Mae Cavender, daughter of L.W. and Anna Belle Cavender, was born May 1, 1906, at the home five miles south of New Market, one half mile from the family's present home.
All of her life was spent in Taylor County, with the exception of three years which she spent in Havelock, Neb at the home of her brothers, following the death of her mother. She graduated from the Havelock High School.
On January 1, 1925, she was united in marriage to Thomas L. Harris. On December 13, 1939, a daughter, Janice Kay, came to brighten their home.
Vera was baptized into Christ on Nov 15, 1924 and was a faithful worker with the New Market Church of Christ until her health failed her; a past matron of the order of the Easter Star; and of the North Star Circle club.
She is survived by her husband, Thomas; daughter, Janice (now Mrs Phil Hardee); granddaughter, Jacquelin K. Hardee; three brothers; Clyde Cavender of Hollywood, Calif, Homer Cavender of Jackson, Mich, and Claude Cavender of New Market, Ia; three nephews: Myron and Marvin Cavender of Hollywood, Calif and Jim Cavender of Jackson, Mich; her mother-in-law, Mrs Sarah Harris; her son-in-law, Phil Hardee; and other relatives and a host of friends.
Vera was preceded in death by her mother in 1921 and her father in 1927.
She passed away at her home Wednesday morning, Aug 12, 1964, at the age of 58 years, 3 months and 11 days.
Funeral services were held in the house of worship of the New Market Church of Christ with Clarence M. Potter, minister, in charge. Burial was in Old Memory cemetery at New Market. Clarinda Herald-Journal-- also in Bedford Times-Press Aug 1964
Harris, Vera Cavender - Mason twp - After an illness which kept her bedfast for three months, Mrs Thomas (Vera May) Harris, 58, died at her home south of New Market at 11 am Wednesday.
Her funeral services are to be Saturday at 2:30 pm from the New Market Church of Christ in charge of preacher Clarence Potter. Music will be by Mrs Verlin Larson and Mrs Opal Brown. The body rests at the Shum-Novinger Funeral Home in Bedford.
Mrs Harris has been active until her illness, having much interest in the Church of Christ and was past worthy matron of the Order of Eastern Star. Her illness caused her to give up her activities and undergo surgery in Omaha.
Her husband, to whom she was married Jan 1, 1925, and mother-in-law, Mrs Sara Harris, are survivors in the home, and her daughter is Mrs Phil (Janice) Hardee. Her three brothers are Clyde Cavender of Hollywood, Colo, Homer Cavender of Jackson, Mich, and Claude Cavender of New Market.
|Hayes, Cecil J., 1906 - 1977; ss Reatha; section 3|
Obituary - Services for Cecil J. Hayes, 71, of Hardy, Ark., formerly of Nodaway County, Mo. were held March 30, at Walker Funeral Home in Clarinda, with burial in Memory Cemetery near New Market.
A Taylor County native, he had farmed in the Pickering-Hopkins areas and near Maryville, Mo.
He was employed for Townsend Wholesale Grocery Co., before moving to Nebraska in 1953. He retired to Arkansas in 1971, after working at the Mental Health Institute at Hastings, Neb.
Besides his wife of the home he is survived by three sons, Leland Hayes of Skidmore; Donald Hayes of Indianola, and Charles Hayes of O'Neill, Neb.; 17 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by a daughter, two brothers and a sister.
Hayes, Cecil J. - Funeral services for Cecil J. Hayes, 72, of Hardy, Ark will be at 10 a.m., Wednesday at Walker Funeral Home with Rev John Clark officiating. Burial will be in Memory cemetery at New Market.
Hayes died Saturday at St Bernard Regional Medical Center at Jonesboro, Ark.
A Taylor County native, he had retired to Hardy, Ark in 1971 after working in Hastings, Neb at the Mental Health Institute. Before going to Nebraska he had lived in Taylor County.
Hayes was the son of John and Anna Turner Hayes. He was married to Reatha Hunter who survives.
Besides his wife of the home, he is survived by three sons, Leland Hayes of Skidmore, Mo., Donald Hayes of Indianola, and Charles Hayes of O'Neill, Neb. There are 17 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Sisters are Mrs Edna Olmsted of Gooding, Id., Mrs Jessie Townsend of Creston, and Mrs Gladys Holland Grimm of Lenox.
He was preceded in death by a daughter, Hazel Swaney and brother, Glenn Hayes.
He was a member of the Christian Church.
Burial was in Memory Cemetery in New Market.
Hayes was a native of Taylor County, moving to Hardy after his retirement in 1971.
|Hazelbaker, Dollie V., 1876 - 1972; ss James; section 5|
|Obituary - Mrs Jim (Dollie) Hazelbaker, 96, a resident of Clarinda for the past 66 years, died at the Clarinda Municipal Hospital at 7:30 am Sunday. She has been able to be in her own home at 308 E Garfield St until recently, when she had to go to West Heights Manor because of her health. She had been in the hospital since last Sunday. She was the daughter of the late Eli and Barbra Hockertt O'Dell, and was born on a farm near New Market. She was formerly employed at the Mental Health Institute. Her husband preceded her in death several years ago. Surviving are her two children, Paul Hazelbaker of Fort Dodge, and Mrs Wilma Brady of Omaha, and one sister, Mrs Leota Kendrick of New Market. Funeral services will be conducted from the Walker Funeral Home at 2 pm Tuesday, with the Rev Francis Hubbel in charge. Burial will be at the side of her husband in Memory Cemetery at New Market. Clarinda Herald Journal, Oct 2, 1972|
Mary Margaret Cunning was born March 23, 1852, in Bucyrus, Ohio.
WIth her parents she moved to Iowa in 1854 where she lived until her death. She united with the Christian church at 14 years of age and lived a faithful life until she was called.
She was united in marriage to H.V. Hebbert, April 16, 1871, in Page county. To this union four children were born.
Her husband, four children, father, mother, two brothers, and little grandson have preceded her to the better world.
By her request she was laid to rest by the side of her mother.
She leaves four brothers, two sisters other relatives and a host of friends to mourn her departure.
The funeral services were held Wednesday, Nov 20, 1918, at the Christian church, in Clarinda. New Market Herald, Nov 21, 1918
Mary M. Hebbert
Mary M. Hebbert.
|Heller, Lula E. Lawson, 1891 - 1970; ss Loyd; section 7|
Obituary - Mrs Lula E. Heller, 79, died of an apparent heart attack suffered in her home at 214 N 10th about 3 pm Saturday.
She will be remembered as the playground supervisor at the City Park playground for many years. In recent years she has been blind, confined to her wheel chair.
She was the daughter of the late Henry and Amanda Ann Fults Lawson, and was born on a farm near Hepburn. Survivors are one brother, Bryan Lawson of New Market, and one sister, Mrs Goldie E. Fulton of Hepburn. She was preceded in death by a sister, Eva.
Funeral services will be conducted from the Walker Funeral Home at 2 pm Tuesday, with presiding minister Gary D. Windecker of Shenandoah in charge.
Casket bearers will be Murl McKinley, Clark McKinley, Alvin Lawson, Hal Fulton, Lee Fulton, and Darrel Fulton. Burial will be in Memory Cemetery near New Market. (1970)
|Hembree, Martha E. Dougherty, wife of W.D. Hembree, Feb 3, 1847 - Feb 28, 1916; section 4|
Obituary - Martha E. Dougherty was born in Page co Iowa February 3, 1847, and died at her home in New Market February 28th 1916, age 69 years and 25 days. She was united in marriage to Wm D. Hembree at Clarinda, January 11th, 1893.
Her father Gideon Dougherty passed away May 6th 1885 but her mother Elizabeth Dougherty survives her and has made her home with Mr and Mrs Hembree the greater part of the time. Grandma lives at present at the home of her other daughter, Mrs Sleight [sic] and could not be present on account of the condition of her health.
Besides her husband and mother she leaves to mourn her loss four brothers and one sister: Robert Dougherty of Clarinda; James Dougherty of Bedford; John and Peter Dougherty and Caroline Sleight [sic] of New Market. Two brothers and one sister have preceeded her to the other world.
Mrs Hembree was a faithful member of the Baptist church and in company of her husband attended both morning and evening service only the day before her death. He has the deepest of sympathy from his children and other relatives at this time. But the one best satisfaction is she leaves memory of one who followed the teachings and life of her Savior.
Funeral services were held from the home Wednesday conducted by Rev Anderson. Interment was made in Memory cemetery. New Market Herald Mar 2, 1916
|Hembree, William D., 1845 - 1922; ss Margery, Phebe & Tillman; section 4|
Obituary - On Friday, July 28, shortly before noon the spirit of Wm Hembree returned to Him who gave it. Mr Hembree had been in poor health for sometime but his illness did not become alarming until some two weeks before his demise. Medical skill and loving hands could not thwart the grim destroyer, and death came as stated above.
Mr Hembree had been a resident of this community for more than fifty years, and he was esteemed and respected by all who knew him. He was a good citizen, and in his dealings with his fellow men he believed in following the Golden Rule.
Funeral services were held Monday afternoon in the Baptist church, conducted by Revs Field and J. Owen Smith. Plumb Masonic lodge of Siam, of which deceased was an honored member, were in charge. Interment was in Memory cemetery.
William David Hembree, eldest son of John and Martha Hembree, was born in Martin Co, Ind., Oct 16, 1845, where he lived until 5 years old when with his parents he moved near Haysville, Ind., where he resided until he enlisted in the Civil war in Oct., 1863 in the 95th Regt Ind Vol Inf. He reenlisted Jan 1865, in the 143rd Reg't Ind Vol Inft., and served until the end of the war. In 1866 with his Uncle, Frank Cavender and family he came to Taylor Co., Iowa, and made his home here ever since. In Nov 1867, he married Marjory Hankins. To this union were born 7 children, 2 boys and 5 girls, one daughter died in infancy and the oldest son died when 18 years of age. His wife died Sept 11, 1886.
He was united in matrimony Jan 11, 1893, to Martha Dougherty, and removed to New Market in Nov., 1912. His wife passed to eternity Feb 28, 1916.
On Oct 16, 1918, he married Phebe E. Mead, who survives him.
In young manhood William Hembree confessed faith in Christ. On his visit while home from the army on a furlough he was taken very sick and promised God that if He would spare his life he would serve Him as long as he lived. He recovered from his sickness returned to the war and like some others under similar circumstances forgot his vow.
While living 5 miles south of New Market he walked to Boundary Grove now known as Kraut Trestle to attend a Methodist Camp meeting. The text of the evening was, "Pay thy vow to the most High." Wm. Hembree remembered his vow and gave his heart to God and kept the faith to the end. His parents were Presbyterians, but after careful study he united with the Baptist Church. He was a member of the Upton Post G.A.R. He was also a member of Plumb Lodge A.F. & A.M. of Siam.
He departed this life at his late home in New Market July 28, 1922, aged 76 years, 9 months and 12 days. He leaves to mourn their loss his wife and 5 children as follows: Rosa Hembree Hutchinson, Martha Hembree Farlow, Vina Hembree Snodgrass all of New Market; Frank Hembree of Council Bluffs, Dolla Hembree Lindsey of Clatscaney, Oregon, 13 grandchildren, and 4 great grandchildren, 2 brothers and 4 sisters in Ind., also 2 brothers and 1 sister of Oklahoma.
An incident from the old home: When leaving for the west his father took his hand and said "Wm we have tried to teach you honesty, sobriety and industry and now son you are going out from among us and I want you to remember what we have taught you and be a man." In speaking of this incident lately Bro Hembree remarked, how much that word "man" has meant to me.
He held the office of deacon and trustee for many years in this church and for a time was a teacher of the Bible class.
The out of town relatives and friends who attended the funeral of Wm Hembree are: Marion Burriss, Alfordsville, Ind., Mrs Emoral Canary and daughter, Mrs Walter Price, Loogootee, Ind., Mr and Mrs Ed Smith, Bedford, Ia., Mrs Jonas Fuller, Braddyville, Ia., Mr and Mrs Tom Hazleton, and Mrs Louis Abbott, Clarinda Ia., Mr and Mrs Earnest Thompson and son, Hepburn, Ia., Mr and Mrs Ed Cavender, Shenandoah, Ia., Mr and Mrs Frank Hembree and son of Council Bluffs, Wilse Cavender, Plattsmouth, Nebr., and some others we failed to get the names. New Market Herald, Aug 2, 1922
|Herren, Lydia Reidlinger, 1911 - 1936; section 5|
Obituary - Lydia Lee Riedlinger Herren, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Reidlinger, was born near Artas, South Dakota, March 9, 1911, and died at the Brown hospital in Clarinda, Iowa, Monday, July 13, 1936, at the age of 25 years, 4 months and 4 days. She was married June 2, 1928, to David Herren at Selbya, South Dakota. They made their home at Herreid, South Dakota, until coming to New Market in 1933. To this union two children were born, Joyce Fae, aged seven years, and John David, aged one month.
She was converted in the Baptist church in Herreid several years ago and was a faithful Sunday school worker there. Since living in New Market she attended the Methodist church and was an active member of the Builders class of that church.
Besides her husband two small children she leaves to mourn her passing her parents, Mr and Mrs John Reidlinger, sr., of Herreid, two brothers, John Reidlinger of Lodis, Calif., and Alvin of Herreid; eight sisters, Mrs Anna Marie Mayer of Leola, South Dakota; Mrs Julius Berndt, Mrs Richard Kentz, Freida Reidlinger and Ruby Reidlinger of Herreid, Mrs Louie Schlepp of Mobridge, South Dakota, Mrs Albert Baldwin and Rose Reidlinger of Aberdeen, South Dakota. One sister preceded her in death in 1931.
Lydia was a good wife and mother, who loved her home which was her constant pride. She leaves other relatives and many close friends who loved her and she will be sadly missed.
Rev Shackleford, assisted by Rev Arnold, conducted the funeral at the Methodist church Friday morning, July 17. Singers were Mrs Tehima Pullan and Mrs Everett Godfrey, accompanied by Mrs Leafy Pace. Pallbearers and flower girls were members of the Builders class of the Methodist church.
|Herriman, Margaret Isabell Brown, his wife, 1849 - 1921; ss Charles; section 9|
Obituary - Mrs Chas Herriman is dead. That was the word passed from mouth to mouth last Friday morning, and while it was not entirely unexpected, yet when it was realized that she was gone it caused many a sad heart in New Market. She was a grand woman, and here in New Market where she had spent the greater part of her life, she was loved and respected by all. Her life was spent in doing good, and her works will live long in the memory of those who knew her.
Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon in the Mennonite church, conducted by the pastor, Rev Hess. Interment was in Memory cemetery.
Margaret Isabell Brown was born near Hardensburg, Washington Co., Ind., April 4, 1849, and passed to her eternal reward from her home in New Market, Ia., March 11, 1921, aged 71 years, 11 month and 7 days.
In the year 1854 she came with her parents to Iowa, locating first in Agency City, Wapello Co., and from there to Van Buren Co., in 1859. In 1877 she moved with her husband to Page county, and from there to Arapahoe, Neb., where they spent a number of years in pioneer life; moving back to Iowa in the spring of 1889 and locating at New Market at which place she has lived ever since.
She was married March 20, 1867, to C.H. Herriman and for almost 54 years they fought the battles of life side by side; not only those of temporal care, but the spiritual conflicts as well. Their devotion to each other, not only in prime of life but in old age as well, was such as commanded the admiration of their neighbors and friends.
To this union were born eleven children. Three have preceded their mother to that better land; two of these died in infancy and the other, a daughter, Mrs Maude Godfrey, formerly of this city, died Nov 5, 1905. Those surviving are B.F. Herriman of Farragut, Ia.; Mrs Edith Green of New Market, Ia; F.A. Herriman of Farragut,Ia.; Mrs Grace Corbin of Shenandoah, Ia; Mrs Glendora Duncan of Gravity, Ia; V.L. Herriman of Grand Valley, Colo; O.A. Herman of Farragut, Ia; and Mrs Cecil Groeling of Sterling, Colo., all of whom were present to witness their sainted mother's home going.
Sister Herriman was converted 37 years ago and united with the Mennonite church at Shambaugh, being one of the charter members of the church at New Market.
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In spite of the fact that she has been failing in health the past year her death came as a shock to her neighbors and friends not knowning of her being seriously ill. She suffered greatly the past few days but she bore her suffering patiently and longed for the end. Her last words were, "Let me go, I cannot stay,"Tis the Master calling me, farewll, farewell." She slipped away to be with Jesus Friday morning at 5:45 a.m. We will miss her hearty welcome at the door of her humble home there will be a vacant chair at the church and Sunday school services; her voice we will hear no more at the prayer meeting in praise and prayer; we will miss those helpful "Amens" and "Praise the Lord" in the course of our sermons; but our loss is her eternal gain.
Besides her husband and children she leaves to mourn her departure 4 brothers, F.M. Brown of New Market, J.M. Brown of Clarinda, Stephen Brown of Clarinda, and Wise Brown of near Shambaugh, and one sister, Mrs N.J. Carter of Clarinda, twenty-three grandchildren and three great grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends. New Market Herald, Mar 17, 1921
|Hicks, Carey Otto, 1869 - 1948; section 8|
Obituary - Carey Otto Hicks, son of Emma and Amzi G. Hicks, was born at Ladoga, Iowa, Dec 19, 1869, and died at his home in New Market at the age of 79 years and 12 days.
Although Mr Hicks has been in failing health for the past few years, his death from a heart attack came as a great shock to his many friends and relatives.
Nov 10, 1894, he was united in marriage to Miss Adda Wolfe, who passed away June 17, 1897. To this union was born one son, Doyle Hugo, who was reared by his grandparents, Emma and Amzi Hicks; his mother having died when Doyle was three days old. May 2, 1899, Mr Hicks was united in marriage to Miss Nettie Celestia Bennett at Shenandoah. To this union one son, Ralph Otto, was born. Mr Hicks was preceded in death by his wife July 4, 1936, and son, Doyle, May 10, 1945, and also by his parents, and sister, Mrs Leafy May Pace.
He was a member of the Baptist church, having united at an early age.
For over two years Mr Hicks operated a cafe at Gravity, then moved to New Market and started a department store business. He continued in this business for seventeen years, when he moved his store to the south corner on West Main street, changing to a General Merchandise and Grocery store. In 1939 he retired from the mercantile business, after being engaged in it for nearly forty years. Mr Hicks was one of the pioneer merchants of New Market.
He is survived by his son, Ralph, and wife of Jefferson City, Mo, one sister, Mrs Daisy Marsell; two granddaughters, Miss Marcella Hicks of New Market and Mrs George Noroian, jr, and one great-granddaughter, Gwennyth Susannah Noroian, of Dinuba, Calif; Mrs Edena Mahurin Kreamier, of Mira Loma, Calif, who made her home with Mr and Mrs Hicks for several years; and a daughter-in-law, Mrs Cordia Hicks, of New Market.
Funeral services were held at the Baptist church at 2 o'clock on Jan 3, 1949, Rev E.L. Fields, officiating. Music was furnished by Mrs W.D. Peve of Hopkins, Mo, and she was accompanied at the piano by Mrs Ben Anderson. Songs were "The Rosary" and "In The Garden." Pall bearers were Ralph Pratt, Ralph Pendergraft, Ben Anderson, Kenneth Hankins, Charles Wilson and Lloyd Shore. Clarinda Herald-Journal, 1949
|Hicks, Lloyd V., Iowa Pfc Co D 117 Inf WWI PH, Aug 26, 1895 - Nov 14, 1966|
Obituary - Funeral services for Lloyd V. Hicks, 71, of New Market, were held November 16 at the Madison street Shum-Novinger Funeral Home conducted by Preacher Glenn Mitchell. Mr Hicks died November 14, 1966 at Veterans Hospital in Omaha. New Market American Legion Post No 300 was in charge of military honors at Old Memory cemetery, New Market.
Lloyd Vallier Hicks was born Aug 26, 1895 at New Market, Ia. His parents were Jasper Newton and Hester Ellen Hicks.
Val was a graduate of New Market High School with the class of 1914. He was active in band work as a baritone player and played with the high school and municipal bands, and traveled one summer with the F.J. Rogers Pony Show as a baritone player.
He started his working career counting eggs and weighing produce at Mason Brother's Store. He spent most of his working life as clerk and general manager of New Market Farmer's Union Store and manager of Cudahy Produce at New Market. He was an active farmer until August 1956 when he underwent major surgery and his health failed.
Val served in World War I with the 30th Division "Old Hickory" in France and Belgium. While he was in combat he was wounded, badly gassed, and reported dead. Val was a member of the New Market American Legion. Besides his parents, Val was preceded in death by four brothers and two sisters.
On Oct 23, 1939 Val was married to Ara Johnson who survives, and two step-children; Mrs Mildred Hance and Billy Johnson; also a girl, Karol Jayne, whom he helped rear; and one brother, Harry L. Hicks of Creston, Iowa.
Val was immersed on October 26, 1966. Bedford Times-Press, Nov 1966
|Hicks, Nettie C. Bennett, 1873 - 1936; section 8|
Obituary - Nettie Celestia Bennett was the oldest daughter of Amos and Mattie A. Bennett. She was born on January 30, 1873 in Juniata county, Pennsylvania and died at her home in New Market, Iowa, July 4, 1936 at the age of 63 years, 5 months and 4 days.
At the age of 6 years, the family moved to Page county Iowa and located near Shenandoah where she lived until May 2, 1899 when she was united in marriage to Carey Otto Hicks.
After her marriage, she lived in New Market until her death, with the exception of two years spent in Gravity, Ia. In early childhood she united with the Methodist church and transferred her membership to the Baptist church at New Market in 1900. She remained a faithful member of that church until her death.
She is survived by her husband, C.O. Hicks of New Market; her son, Ralph O. Hicks and granddaughter, Gwennyth Jean of Maryville, Mo.; and a step-son, Doyle H. Hicks and his daughter, Marcella together with her sister's foster daughter, Edena Mahurin of New Market. She is also survived by six sisters and a brother, Mrs Maud Hazelton of Burlington Junction, Mo., Mrs Laura Norman of Maryville, Mrs Myrtle Lankford of North Hollywood, Calif., Mrs Anna McNerney of Shenandoah, Mrs Lillie VanFossen, Kansas City, Mrs Elsie Mackey of San Bernadino, Calif.; and Roy Bennet of Salt Lake City, Utah together with many friends. Her parents and four sisters preceded her in death.
Mrs Hicks was a good neighbor, a faithful wife and a kind mother. Those who kew her best found her to have many commendable virtures.
May her virtues be extolled and the broad mantle of Christian Charity be protectingly drawn around her errors what ever they may have been and may there be a happy reunion with those loved ones who have gone on before.
Funeral services were held from the Pitman Mortuary in New Market at two o'clock Monday afternoon, July 6, 1936, conducted by the Rev Mr Shackelford. Interment was in Memory cemetery. Clarinda Herald-Journal, July 1936
|Hipsley, Maxine, inf dau of Earl & Edna; -1918-; section 2|
|Obituary - On Friday, March 22, 1918, a little daughter came to brighten the home of Mr and Mrs Earl Hipsley. All was joy and gladness in the home after her advent and she was christened Lenna Maxine. For a few days the little one throve and was endearing her self to all who came in contact with her. Then little Maxine began to wither and the joy and gladness gave place to anxiety and apprehension. All that human hands could do was done to keep the little one here, but to no avail, and on Monday morning at seven o'clock the spirit of little Maxine took its flight to Him who said: "Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not, for of such is the Kingdom of heaven." And now the home to which she brought sunshine and happiness is shrouded in deepest gloom, which only Time, the great healer of all sorrow, can dispel. The sorrowing parents have the sympathy of all in their irreparable loss. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon, conducted by Rev Douglass, at Memory cemetery, where interment took place. New Market Herald, April 4, 1918|
|Holland, Elihu H., 1872 - 1920; ss Tennie; section 1|
Obituary - Elihu H. Holland son of Wm and Jennie Holland, was born March 8th, 1872, at Greenville, Tenn; departed this life at his home south of New Market on Sept 3, 1920, at 1:10 pm age 48 years 5 months and 21 days. He was united in marriage to Tennie C. Hunt, Sept 25, 1891. To this union was born 6 children, 5 daughters and one son. He leaves to mourn his departure his wife and children, Minnie Oxford of Cambridge, Nebr., Mrs Inez Owens of Hopkins, Mo., Mrs Montie Clayton of New Market, Mrs Dessie Fine, of Shambaugh, Albert and Pauline at home, and 2 grandchildren, Gladys and Owie Edward Owens. All were at home and administered to him until the last. He has 2 sisters Mrs George White of Clarinda and Mrs Sam Matthews of Greenville, Tenn., and 3 brothers, Jake of New Market, A.J. and Will of Greenville, Tenn. He had a host of friends who mourn his early departure. He was converted in the year of 1912 and united with the Baptist Church of New Market. He was a faithful follower of his Lord and Master, a kind and loving husband, father and neighbor.
Funeral services were held Sunday in the Baptist church, conducted by Rev E.L. Field. Interment was in Memory cemetery. New Market Herald, Sept 9, 1920
|Holland, Lesta R. Cunning, 1885 - 1970; ss Samuel; section 1|
Obituary - Funeral services for Lesta Ruth Holland of Bedford will be held Thurs., Oct 8, at 2 pm at the Church of Christ in New Market with Rev Loran Daly officiating. Mrs Holland died October 6, 1970 at the Ringgold County Hospital in Mount Ayr. Interment will be in Old Memory Cemetery.
Survivors include sons Harold, Bedford, Carl, Mt Ayr, Hubert, Perry; daughter, Berniece Holland of Des Moines; three grandchildren; two sisters Mae Teeters and Opal Brown of New Market. Bedford Times-Press , 1970
Funeral services for Mrs Samuel (Lesta Ruth) Holland, 85, of Bedford, held October 8 at the New Market Church of Christ, were conducted by Rev Loran Daly. Mrs Holland died at Ringgold County Hospital in Mt Ayr October 6. Interment was at Memory Cemetery, New Market.
Lesta Ruth, the daughter of Frank and Ariminta Cunning, was born June 10, 1885. She was born and reared in Page County and spent her entire life in the area of Page, Taylor and Ringgold Counties.
On February 24, 1909, she was united in marriage to Samuel Holland and to this union were born six children.
She was preceded in death by her husband Samuel; two sons, Lowell and Ray Holland; one grandchildren, Charles Holland, both her parents, four sisters and one brother.
She is survived by three sons, Harold of the home in Bedford, Carl of Mt Ayr, Hubert of Perry, Ia.; one daughter Bernice Holland of Des Moines; three grandchildren, Larry Holland of Alberta, Canada, Carolyn McClurg of Bedford, and Sue Ann Holland of Mt Ayr; two daughters-in-law; Merle Holland and Pauline Holland; two great grandchildren; two sisters, May Teeters and Opal Brown of New Market, one sister-in-law, Effie Cunning of Bedford and a brother-in-law, George Holland of Lenox; a host of relatives and friends. Bedford Times-Press, 1970
|Holland, Alice "Mae" Wells, 1896 - 1970; section 6|
Obituary - Funeral services for Mrs Frank (Mae) Holland, 73, of New Market, held March 13 at the New Market Baptist Church, were conducted by Rev M. Frances Hubbel. Mrs Holland died March 10, 1970 at Clarinda Municipal Hospital. Interment was at Memory Cemetery, New Market.
Alice Mae Holland, daughter of Jacob and Jennie Wells, was born August 6, 1896 south of New Market.
On February 16, 1916, she was married to Frank Holland who preceded her in death on May 15, 1962. To this union was born one daughter, Jennie Elizabeth Glidden, who died August 24, 1967.
She is survived by a son-in-law, Ed Glidden, of Hopkins, Mo; six grandsons, Max Glidden of Clearmont, Mo., Marvin, Merle, Larry, Roger and Gary Glidden of Hopkins, Mo; one granddaughter, Mrs Doug Fiene of Kansas City, Mo; five great grandchildren, David, Lynda and Carol Ann Glidden and Terri and Traci Fiene; two brothers, Ivan Wells of Bedford and Elvin Wells of New Market; two sisters, Mrs Basil Scott of Bedford and Gladys Wells of Omaha, Nebr.
When young she united with the Baptist Church at New Market and remained a member all her life. She will be greatly missed by her relatives and many friends as her entire life was lived in Taylor County. Bedford Times-Press Mar 1970
In the news items in the Clarinda Herald Journal, 1970, "Death came Tuesday to Mrs May Holland, 73, who had been taken to the Clarinda Municipal Hospital the day before with possible illness with the flu." The rest of the article is basically the same.
|Hopkins, Rose Lodema Kemery, 1873 - 1918; ss Richard; section 4|
Obituary - Brief mention was made in our last issue of the death of Mrs R.D. Hopkins, which occurred Tuesday evening of last week. Mrs Hopkins had not been in the best of health for some time, but up until a few minutes before she expired was feeling as well as usual. She was sitting in a chair when she called to her husband saying that everything was getting black and that she felt so queer. Mr Hopkins assisted her to the couch and death followed in a short time. Mrs Hopkins was well and favorably known to most of the people of this part of the county and held in high regard by those who knew her best. She was a loyal wife and mother and her death is an irreparable loss to the fmaily.
Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at two o'clock in the Christian church, conducted by Rev Roper, and interment was in Memory cemetery.
Rose Lodema Kemery was born in Taylor county on Feb 21, 1876, and departed this life, Tuesday May 21, 1918, at 4:30 pm, aged 42 years and 3 months. On March 21, 1891, she was united in marriage to Richard D. Hopkins. To this union were born 8 children, six preceding her to the better world. She had been ailing for sometime but was very patient with her suffering. She leaves to mourn her loss, her husband, one daughter Mrs Ruth Huntsman and husband, of Bedford, Iowa; one son Lester J. and wife of this place; two grandchildren, Leonard and Helen; one sister, Francis Bownes, of Sheridan, Mo., one brother, Al Kemery of Maloy, Ia., 3 half sisters Mabel Russell, Bessie McCormick and Jennie Trumbo all of Bedford, Frank, Mont, Lynn, Delay Kemery, all of Sheridan, Mo., besides a host of friends.
She was a member of the Church of Christ. New Market Herald, May 30, 1918
|Howe, Benjamin F., 1872 - 1939; ss Ora; section 7|
Obituary - Benjamin F. Howes, son of Edward and Sarah Reed Howes, was born in Quincy, Adams county, Iowa, August 21, 1872, and passed away at his home west of Bedford, March 3, 1939 at the age of 66 years, six months and 10 days, having spent his entire life in Adams and Taylor counties.
He was one of a family of 14 children, all of whom preceded him in death.
He was united in marriage to Ora Neal on January 16, 1896, and to this union were born three sons and two daughters; Harland of New Market, Dallas of Bedford and Willard of Sheridan, Missouri; Gladys at home, and Beulah May who died in infancy.
In 1895 he was converted and joined the Free Methodist church and remained a faithful member until his death.
He leaves to mourn his passing, his wife and daughter, three sons and their wives, 18 grandchildren, a number of nieces and nephews and a host of friends.
Funeral services were conducted in the Free Methodist church at Clarinda, Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, in charge of Elder W.D. Groesbeck, assisted by Rev W.F. Biggerstaff. Burial was in the New Market cemetery. Gravity Independent, 1939
|Howe, Ora Neal, 1878 - 1951; ss Benjamin; section 7|
Obituary - Ora Neal, daughter of David and Sarah Putnam Neal, was born Nov 29, 1878, in Illinois and died at her home in Bedford, at the age of 72 years, 8 months and 10 days.
She moved, with her parents, to Iowa when a baby, on Jan 16, 1896. She was married to B.F. Howes, who died about 12 years ago. To this union were born three sons and two daughters.They are Harland of Braddvyille, Dallas and Willard of Bedford, Gladys, at home, and Beula Mae, who died in infancy.
In 1895 she was converted and united with the Free Methodist church. She was true to her church until her death.
She is survived by her four children, 22 grandchildren, and 16 great grandchildren. Also two sisters Mrs Hattie Olds, of Carbon, and Mrs Mamie Graves of St Joseph, Mo., and two brothers, Ed Neal of Gravity and Fred Neal of Quitman, Mo, and a host of other relatives and friends. Clarinda Herald Journal, 1951
|Hoyt, Angela D. "Cissie", 1967 - 1971; section 3|
Obituary - Angela Dawn Hoyt, 4 1/2, died at her home in Omaha, Neb, at 7:05 am Saturday, following a two year illness with leukemia.
She was the daugher of Dale and Sharon Wilmes Hoyt, and born at Clarinda. She and her parents have lived in Omaha for 16 months.
She is survived by her parents, and a brother, Timothy, 6.
Funeral services will be conducted from the Walker Funeral Home at 2 pm Tuesday, with Loren Daly, pastor of the New Market Church of Christ in charge. Organist will be Mrs Dean Moore.
Casket bearers will be Ed Daly, Randy Sefrit, Mike Hipsley and Bob Wright. Burial will be in Memory cemetery at New Market. Clarinda Herald-Journal, Oct 1971
|Hughes, Cordia Ann Allison, 1892 - 1939; ss Carl; section 2|
Obituary - Cordia Ann Allison, the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs John Alfred Allison, was born June 20, 1892, on the family homestead three and a half miles northeast of New Market, Iowa, and departed this life Jan 17, 1939, at her home one and one-half miles west of New Market.
Her childhood days were all spent on the family homestead. She was united in marriage to Carl David Hughes Feb 21, 1912. To this union one son, Kyle Jackson Hughes, was born. Mr and Mrs Hughes have lived their 27 years of happily married life in the New Market vicinity.
Her death came as a great shock to her family and the whole community, and a place has been vacated that can never be filled. She had been a member of the New Market Baptist church for many years. Cordia was a devoted mother, and sacrificed many things for her home and loved ones. A kind and loving personality was one of her many virtues. Her friendliness and neighborliness won for her many staunch and faithful friends.
She leaves to mourn her loss her husband and son, Kyle, and wife, Lolabelle; her mother, Mrs Etta Allison; one sister, Mrs Laura Mankle; two brothers, Clifford and Lawrence, all of New Market. Also her mother-in-law, Mrs Eva Hughes, and one sister-in-law, Mrs Vera Zimmerman. Several nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. Her father and one infant brother preceded her in death. Funeral services were held at the Baptist church in New Market. Singers, Miss Opal Wallace and Miss Pauline Yates. Pallbearers were Trace Pershing, Joe Hipsley, Earnest Thompson, Cecil Crawford, Carl Cade and Chester Pratt. Burial was in Memory cemetery. Clarinda Herald Journal
|Hughes, Eva Rosetta Weaver, 1873 - 1940; section 1|
Obituary - Eva Rosetta Weaver, daughter of S. Weaver and Lewya Ann Weaver, was born January 28, 1872, in Taylor county near New Market, Iowa, and departed this life July 11, 1940, at her home in New Market.
On March 20th, 1889, she was married to Elder Jackson Hughes. To this union were born one son, Carl David, and two daughters, Pearl Irene and Vera Gladys. Her husband preceded her in death five years and two months and her daughter Pearl passed away on November 15, 1900.
Early in life Mrs Hughes united with the Baptist church in New Market and she has been a loyal and faithful Christian worker, attending church services many times when her health was impaired. She was happiest when doing her Master's work.
Her entire life was spent in this locality. She and her husband lived 46 years together in the Memory community. She was a kind and faithful wife and a wonderful mother. Her friends were many as shown by the many kind acts administered by them during her recent ill health.
Although she had suffered from a heart ailment for over a years, her death was a shock to the entire community as she seemed much better the past few weeks. She leaves to mourn her death her son Carl, daughter Vera and two grandchildren, Kyle Hughes and Denise Zimmerman, two brothers, George Weaver of Welch, Oklahoma, and W.T. Weaver of Spencer, South Dakota, two sisters, Mrs Emma Watson of New Market and Mrs Mary Barmon of Battle Creek, Iowa, and a niece and nephew, Mrs Trena Fields of Chico, Calif, and Claude Wessel, Yuba, Calif, who were both reared in the Hughes home, and a host of other relatives and friends. Pall bearers were Lawrence Werts, Dennis McAlpin, Earl McAlpin, Russel McAlpin, Clyde Watson and John Cary. Singers were Miss Opal Wallace and Mrs J.B. Marsell, with Mrs Leafy Pace at the piano. Flower girls were Juanita Tally, Frances Tally, Wyth Sparks and Helen Strong.
Services were conducted by the Rev Mr Halgrimson, pastor of the Baptist church of Bedford, and interment was made in Memory cemetery. Relatives and friends from out of town were Mr and Mrs George Weaver, Mr and Mrs Chas Weaver and son and George Edwards of Welch, Okla; Mr and Mrs Claude Weaver and daughter, Mrs Ora Weaver, Mrs Orville Weaver of Miami, Okla; Mr and Mrs Joe Barmon and grandson of Battle Creek, Iowa, Mr and Mrs Ray Meyer of Shenandoah, Iowa, Mrs Maggie Meyer and daughter, Miss Alma Zimmerman, Ed Zimmerman, Mrs Vera Zimmerman and daughter Denise of Red Oak, Mr and Mrs Ted Wright, Lee and Russell Wright of Maitland, Mo, Mr and Mrs Frank Burchette of Skidmore, Mo, Mr and Mrs Harrold Smith of Bethany, Mo, and Mr and Mrs Bruce Hamilton of Holly, Colo. Clarinda Herald Journal, July 1940
|Hughes, Virginia "Jennie" Armstrong, 1851 - 1927; section 4|
Obituary - Virginia Armstrong was the daughter of Thomas and Eve Armstrong and was born near Danville, Des Moines Co, Iowa, Oct 25, 1851 and departed this life at New Market, Ia., Mar 21, 1927, aged 75 years 4 months, and 26 days.
On January 6, 1871 she was married to Mr Jiles Hunter of Henry county, Iowa. To their union were born five children; Mrs Belle Glassgow of New Market, Doud of Bedford, Ralph of Ord, Nebraska, John of Oakland, California, and Blaine of Bedford, Iowa.
In 1874 she with her husband, moved to Page county, later to Taylor county locating on a farm north of New Market. On Mar 26, 1895, she was married to John Krout who died in 1902. On Dec 12, 1905 she was married to Jessie Hughes. After Mr Hughes death she made her home in New Market. She was converted at the age of thirteen years and united with the Methodist church and remained a faithful and loyal member until the good Lord called her to come up higher. She was watching and waiting for the call to come. She was a charter member of the W.F.M. Society, also a member of the official board of the church, member of Ladies Aid Society and a Sunday school teacher for many years. Those left to mourn her death are her children, seventeen grandchildren, and five great grandchildren. Besides these, her two brothers and one sister namely, J.W. Armstrong of Auburn, Nebr., T.F. Armstrong, of Bedford, Ia., and Mrs Mary Rowe of New Market and a host of friends and relatives.
Other relatives from out of town, who attended the funeral were Mr and Mrs George Hunter and daughter, Mr and Mrs Frank Simms, Mr and Mrs Arnott, Mr and Mrs Marsh Hunter, all of Nodaway, Ia.; Mr and Mrs Fred Hunter, Villisca, Ia, Mrs Belle Weaver, Mr and Mrs Melvin Vawter, Coin, Ia; Mr and Mrs Lou Hunter, Mrs Nellie Hunter, Mrs Fred Tunnicliff, Shenandoah, Ia.; and Mrs Nora Wright and daughter, Graham, Mo., Mr and Mrs Harry Ballou, Ft Madison, Ia; Mrs Tressie Reeves, Des Moines, Ia; Mr and Mrs Ford Skeen, Mrs Lester Armstrong, Auburn, Nebr.
The funeral was held Wednesday, March 23, at 2 pm at the M.E. church conducted by Rev Wilkins, former pastor assisted by Rev Smith. Burial was made in Memory cemetery.
|Hulse, Margaret J. Brown, 1860 - 1922; ss William; section 5|
Obituary - Mrs Margaret J. Hulse, who has made her home for many years with her daughter, Mrs R.E. McMullen, passed away Friday at a local hospital in Clarinda. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon in the Baptist church, conducted by Rev Dabney. Interment was in Memory cemetery.
Margaret J. Brown was born in Tennessee near the town of Greeneville on Oct 10, 1860, and grew to womanhood there. In January, 1880, she was married to William P. Hulse. One daughter and two sons were born to them. One son died at the age of 18 years, and the other, J.A. Hulse, lives in Des Moines. The daughter is Mrs R.E. McMullen of near New Market. The family came to Iowa in 1907, and the husband and father passed away on June 7, 1914, buried in Memory cemetery. Deceased was a member of the Cumberland church, and lived a devoted christian life. She was a loving mother and kind and helpful neighbor and will be greatly missed from her circle of friends. She was in robust health up until January first when she was taken ill very suddenly. She was taken at once to the hospital in Clarinda where everything possible was done to prolong her life, but to no avail, and she passed to her reward Friday at the age of 61 years, two months and 27 days. She leaves to mourn her departure besides the son and daughter, a niece living near New Market, four grandchildren, and three brothers who live in Tennessee. New Market Herald, Jan 12, 1922
|Hulse, Sarah Elisebeth Stephens (no tombstone)|
Obituary - Sarah Elisebeth Stephens Hulse, daughter of Jacob and Susan Stephens, was born July 26, 1871 near Johnsonville, Illinois, and died Aug 18, 1924, at the home of her mother near New Market, aged 53 years and 22 days.
She was united in marriage to Samuel Hulse May 26, 1900 and lived near Philmore, Missouri until the death of her husband in the fall of 1900.
She leaves to mourn their loss, her mother and five brothers, A.L. Stephens of Cadwell, Idaho, R.W. Stephens of Kearney, Neb, M.R. Stephens of Kansas City, Mo., and Charley and Phylander of New Market. Her father a sister and brother preceded her to the Heavenly Home.
She was very patient in her suffering during her illness, always kind and cheerful.
At the age of 14 she united with the Church of Christ at Barnard, Mo., and was a devoted Christian during her life, being a faithful follower of her Lord and Master. New Market Herald, Aug 28, 1924
|Hunter, Alma Sara Weaver, 1886 - 1971; ss Cheryl; section 5|
Obituary - Alma Sara Hunter, 83, died Sunday evening in Maryville [Mo] at St Francis Hospital. A former resident of New Market and Bedford area, she had lived in Missouri since 1951.
She was born Mar 15, 1886 and daughter of Mr and Mrs Phil Weaver.
Services will be at 1:30 pm Wednesday with the Walker Funeral home in charge and burial in Memory gardens.
Survivors include two sons James Hunter of Kings City, Mo and Harold Hunter of Omaha and a daughter Mrs Cecil (Reather) Hayes of Hastings, Neb. A brother Melvin Weaver of Mesa, Ariz also survives. Clarinda Herald Journal, 1971
|Hunter, George Doudand, 1876 - 1965; ss Emma; section 8|
Obituary - Funeral services for George Doudand Hunter of Sharpsburg were held March 21 at Bender Funeral Home in Lenox with Rev James Sheckler officiating. Mr Hunter died, after an illness of two weeks, at the Armstrong Rest Home in Bedford March 17, 1965, at the age of 88 years, nine months and 24 days. Interment was at Old Memory Cemetery, New Market, Ia.
George Doudand Hunter, one of five children, and the eldest of four sons of Giles and Marguerite Virginia (Jennie) Hunter, was born May 21, 1876 near Shenandoah, Iowa. Most of his early life was spent in and around Shenandoah and New Market, Iowa.
"Doud" sometimes known by "Dee" to his friends, spent the greater part of his life farming. He had lived alone in Sharpsburg, Iowa, the last 13 years, after the death of his wife.
On May 26, 1897, he was united in marriage to Emma Catherine Long of New Market, Iowa, who was deceased July 12, 1952.
To this union six children were born, namely: Helen, Mrs J.S. Andrews; Pearl, Mrs Waldo Burns; Daisy, Mrs Merle Moore; Doud jr., Dale and Max.
Surivivors include his six children; their husbands and wives; 11 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; three brothers, John, Ralph and Blaine; several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his wife Emma, his parents, a sister Belle Glassgow, and one grandson Kenneth Moore.
He was a member of the Methodist Church. Doud was loved by all and will be greatly missed by family and friends.
|Hurdle, Mae Benson, 1893 - 1984; section 6|
Hurdle, Mae - Mrs Mae Hurdle, 90 of New Market died Tuesday morning at Municipal Hospital. She had been a resident of Bethesda Care Center before going to the hospital.
She was born April 8, 1893, in Page County, the daughter of William and Flora Wilson Benson.
In 1920 she was married to Perry Hurdle who preceded her in death in 1967.
She is survived by a sister, Della Nowels of Des Moines, nieces, nephews and cousins.
Funeral services were held this Thursday afternoon at Walker-Merrick Funeral Home with Rev Fred Malone officiating.
Burial was in Memory cemetery at New Market.
|Hurdle, Perry, 1881 - 1967; section 6|
Obituary - Death came to Perry Hurdle, 85, of New Market, at the Clarinda Municipal Hospital Feb 4 after three days hospitalization. He had been suffering from heart trouble for several months.
He was born Sept 13, 1881, the son of the late Jasper and Lucy Ann Pfifer Hurdle, and was born on a farm near Clarinda. His early lifetime was spent farming until 30 years ago, when he moved to New Market and has been very actively engaged in selling insurance and real estate.
He was married to Mae Benson on March 2, 1910 and is survived by her.[sic] Two brothers are Floyd Hurdle, Clarinda, and John Hurdle, Fresno, Calif., and one sister, Mrs Pearl Gilstrap, San Francisco, Calif.
Jim Benson of Bedford is his brother-in-law.
Funeral services were conducted from the Walker Funeral Home Feb 6 with his minister of the New Market Methodist Church, Rev George White in charge assisted by Glen Mitchell. Interment was at Memory cemetery, New Market. Bedford Times-Press, 1967
|Hutchinson, Rosa Belle Hembree, 1871 - 1952; ss John; section 4|
Obituary - Rosa Belle, daughter of William and Marjorie Hembree, was born Feb 22, 1871 in Taylor county, Iowa and died at her home in Bedford, late Monday afternoon, June 23, at the age of 81 years, four months, one day. Her entire life was spent in Taylor county.
She was married Nov 29, 1888 to John Hutchinson. To them were born six children, Elsie, Geneva, Letta, Hazel, William and Marion.
She made her confession when a girl and was a member of the New Market Christian church, in which community she lived.
Mr and Mrs Hutchinson and daughter Elsie moved to Bedford eight years ago, Mr Hutchinson died in November, 1947.
She is survived by: her six children, Miss Elsie Hutchinson of the home; Mrs Geneva Wells of Kansas City, Mo; Mrs Letta Jones of Clarinda; Mrs Hazel Thompson of New Market; William Hutchinson of Springfield, Mo; Marion Hutchinson of Council Bluffs; one brother, Frank Hembree of Compton, Calif; one sister, Mrs Dolly Lindsey of Buckley, Wash; seven grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren, many other relatives and friends. Clarinda Herald Journal