Columbiana County, Ohio
Obituaries and Death Notices
Elizabeth Wood Hall
Death Claims Woman At 87
Mrs. George Hall's Rites Planned Here
Mrs. Elizabeth Wood Hall of Cincinnati, formerly of East Liverpool, died suddenly Sunday at 10:15 a.m. of a coronary occlusion. She was 87. Burn in Oldham, Manchester, England, she came here at the age of 10. She lived here until 1934, when she went to Cincinnati to make her home with her daughter, Mrs. Vinton E. Siler. She was a member of the former Methodist Protestant Church and the Friendship Class of Pleasant Heights. Besides her daughter, Mrs. Siler, she leaves two other daughters, Mrs. Rowland Kaufman of East Liverpool and Miss Elsie V. Hall of Cincinnati; a brother, Albert Wood of Butler; one grandchild and two great-grandchildren. Her husband, George Hall, died in 1938. She also was preceded in death by a brother, John T. Wood, former president of the NBOP and former East Liverpool postmaster.
Memorial services will be held at the Good & Kelt Mortuary in Cincinnati Tuesday at 7 p.m. The body then will be transferred to the Martin Funeral Home here for services Wednesday at 2 p.m., conducted by the Rev. M. Rudolph Miller of the Trinity United Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Spring Grove Cemetery. [The Evening Review (East Liverpool, Ohio) Monday, 26 Jan 1959, Page 7; Sub. by Tracy Drane]
Former Pottery Succumbs at 70 - George Hall Dies Tuesday In Hospital At Cincinnati
George Hall, 70, former East Liverpool potter, died in the Holmes hospital in Cincinnati Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. following a six month illness. He had been in failing health for about three years but entered the hospital only last Friday. Born in Tunstall, England, a son of william and Mary Rhead Hall, he came to the United States with his father when 12 years of age. He spent a year in Georgetown, Pa., where the father was employed as a coal miner and came to East Liverpool in 1881. Entering the potteries he learned the trade of handler. He worked for the Knowles, Taylor & Knowles Co., and was employed by the Homer Laughlin China Co. for 35 years, first in the East End and later in Newell. He was last employed at the No. 8 plant in Newell when he retired because of failing eyesight about four years ago. Mr. Hall was active in church work, having served as Sunday school superintendent and a member of the board of stewards in the First Methodist Protestant church for many years. He also served as a lay speaker at various occasions. He was an honorary member of Local union 10, National Brotherhood of Operative Potters. Mr. Hall in 1890 married Miss Elizabeth Wood, a sister of the late John T. Wood, former postmaster and once president of the N.B. of O.P. He leaves his widow, three daughters, Miss Elsie V. Hall, teacher in the Cincinnati schools, Mrs. Rowland T. Kaufman of East Liverpool, and Miss Marjorie Hall, chief dietitian in the Cincinnati General Hospital; three brothers, William Hall of St. Petersburg, Fla., James Hall, president of the East Liverpool city council, and John Hall also of East Liverpool, and one grandchild.
The body was brought to East Liverpool today for burial. Services will be held in the Martin funeral home Friday at 2 p.m. in the charge of Rev. J. F. Dimit, pastor of the First Methodist Protestant church. Burial will be in Spring Grove cemetery. Friends may call at the Martin home Thursday night. [The Evening Review (East Liverpool, Ohio) Wednesday, 16 Nov 1938, Page 2]
Mrs. Barbara Halpate, 74, widow of Michael Halpate, died Wednesday at 10:15 p. m. in her home at 1317 North River Ave., Toronto, following a 14-week illness.
Mrs. Halpate was born in Czechoslovakia Nov. 19, 1875, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zachar. She had lived in Toronto the last 44 years. She was a member or St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church at Toronto, the Rosary Society, the Sacred Heart League, the First Catholic Ladies Slovak Union and the Jedonta Society.
She leaves two sons, Rudy Halpate of East Liverpool and Michael Halpate at home; five daughters, Mrs. Joseph Andros of Charlerol, Pa., and Mrs. H. B. Weiser, Mrs. Joseph Smurda, Mrs. John Sweda and Mrs. John Urich, all of Toronto; a brother, Ignatus Zachar, in Czechoslovakia; 10 grandchildren and three great grand children.
Rites will be held Saturday at 9 a.m. in St. Joseph's Church by Rev. Fr. A. R. Beros. Burial wil be in the Toronto Union Cemetery.
Friends may call at the late home. [Source: The East Liverpool Review, July 27, 1950]
Harry Frank Hofmeister
EAST PALESTINE, July 24 (Special)-- Harry Frank Hofmeister, a former local resident, died Saturday in Portsmouth (Va.) hospital after suffering a heart attack while visiting friends. He was 69.
A resident of Petersburg, he was born here Aug. 17, 1880, a son of Jacob and Almira Hofmeister.
Following the death seven years ago of his first wife, the former Miss Cora Warner of Petersburg, he was married in August, 1947, to Miss Essie Taylor, a teacher in the local schools for 45 years.
Besides his widow, he is survived by five children of his first marriage--two sons, Ronald Hofmeister and Orvil Hofmeister, both of Petersburg; three daughters, Mrs. Thelma Leuzinger of Pittsburg, Mrs. Ruth Gillam of Ptersburg, and Mrs. Dorothy Berg of Poland; a sister, Mrs. Ora Flowers of Detroit; a brother, Charles Hofmeister of Zellenople, and 11 grandchildren.
Services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. from the late home by Rev. C. H. Stevens of the Petersburg Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Glenview Cemetery here.
Friends may call at the family home Tuesday. [Source: The East Liverpool Review, July 24, 1950]
George G. Howarth
DIED.-- At his residence, one mile from Chambersburg, O., on Friday, February 11th, 1876, of consumption, after a long, protracted illness, Mr. George G. Howarth, son of George G. and Grace Howarth, aged 30 years, 3 months and 15 days.
He was a young man of more than ordinary mental and personal attraction.
He has passed away from the place which has known him so long and so pleasantly, and save in memory of those who loved him so dearly, will know him no more.
My pen lingers lovingly upon his name, and I would fain say something of him whose name is beyond the need of human praise, that would make his example more beautiful and endearing to the living, who loved him and knew him best.
He was kind, industrious and attentive to all his friends. During his sickness he was very patient, and when sorrow and ceaseless suffering fell upon him, the light from Heaven seemed to radiate his face, and with an Angel's patience, a child-like smile and an unfaltering faith, he passed over the valley of death to meet his friends who have passed on before.
He leaves a mother, three sisters and two brothers, who deeply mourn his loss.
Dearest George, thou has left us, And your loss we deeply feel, But it is God that hast bereft us; He can all our sorrows heal. M. C. G., Chambersburg, O. [Gallipolis Journal, (Gallipolis, Oh.) Thursday, February 24, 1876 - Sub by Kathy McDaniel]
Mrs. Henrietta Hughes, formerly of East Liverpool, died Sunday at 6:30 a.m. in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert Roth at 533 Bulen ave., Columbus, following a two-year illness. Mrs. Hughes was born in Liverpool, England, a daughter of John Barnes and Sarah Barnes. She made her home in Columbus for the last four years. For many years she worked as a practical nurse. She was a member of the Church of God. She leaves another daughter, Mrs. Ethel Hoyt of East Liverpool, and five grandchildren. Services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Martin funeral home with Rev. Charles Pfleuger, Lutheran church minister of Columbus, officiating. Burial will be in the Riverview cemetery. Friends may call tonight at the Martin home. [The Evening Review (East Liverpool, Ohio), Monday, 29 Apr 1940, Page 6; Sub. by Tracy Drane]
Following a short illness, William Hughes, aged 67 years, died at 10:40 o'clock this morning at his residence on Gardendale avenue, Gardendale, death being due to complication of diseases. The deceased is survived by his wife and four children; Mrs. Herman Roth, Charles Hughes, Mrs. John Ward of Smith Township, and Mrs. Harry Reddick of Salem. Two step-children also survive: Mrs. Ethel Hoyt, and Mrs. Albert Roth, the latter of Columbus, O. [The Evening Review, (East Liverpool, Ohio) Thursday, 29 Mar 1917, Page 9; Sub. by Tracy Drane]
James Eugene Hunter
Bike Rider Killed
ZANESVILLE, July 18-- James Eugene Hunter, 11 , of Zanesville was killed yesterday when his bicycle rammed into the side of a truck. [Source: The East Liverpool Review, July 18, 1950]
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