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20th Century History of New Castle and Lawrence County Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens Biographies


Alma Lou Hardy

Rev. Charles R. Hardy

Fred E. Hardy

James Hardy

Dr. Walter G. Hope

 Joseph Martin


Alma Lou Hardy
County Name: Lawrence
Newspaper: Ironton Tribune
Date: 22 Jan 2011
Submitters Name: Gloria Neal
Obit: CHESAPEAKE---Alma Lou Hardy, 73, of Chesapeake, died friday, Jan
21, 2011, at Hopice House of Huntington. Funeral services will be 2 p.m.
Monday at Hall Funeral home. Proctorville. Burail will follow in Getaway
Cemetery. Chesapeake. visitation will be 1 to 2 p.m. Monday at the
funeral home


Rev. Charles R. Hardy
County Name: Lawrence
Newspaper: Ironton Tribune
Date: 15 Aug 2010
Submitters Name: Gloria Neal
Obit: CHESAPEAKE-- Rev. Charles R. Hardy, 68, of Chesapeake, died
Saturday, Aug 14 2010, at home. He was the husband of Patty Hardy, who
survives. Funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Aug 17, 2010, at Lucinda
United Baptist Church in Proctorville. Burial will follow in Rome
Cemetery. Visitation will be 6 to 9 p.m. at Hall Funeral Home and one
hour before service at the church.


Fred E. Hardy
County Name: Lawrence
Newspaper: Ironton Tribune
Date: 8 Dec 2009
Submitters Name: Gloria Neal
Obit: CHESAPEAKE--- Fred E. Hardy, 61, of Chesapeake, died Friday, Dec
4, 2009. at St. Mary's Medical Center. He was the husband of Charla
Sites Hardy, who survives. Funeral will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Hall
Funeral Home with Pastor Charles Lane officiating. Burial will follow in
Highland Memorial Gardens. Visitation is 6 to 8 p.m. today at the
funeral home.



James Hardy
County Name: lawrence
State: oh
Newspaper: Ironton Tribune
Date: 11 Jan 2009
Submitters Name: Gloria Neal
Obit: COAL GROVE - James E. Hardy, 83, of Coal Grove, passed away
Friday, Jan. 9, 2009, at Community Hospice Care Center in Ashland, Ky.
The Lawrence County native was born May 21, 1925, the son of the late
Isaiah and Blanche Dills Hardy. He was also preceded in death by his
wife, Pearl Stapleton Hardy.
Mr. Hardy attended Coal Grove Schools, was a U.S. Army veteran and a
former track laborer for the N&W Railroad, retiring Feb. 11, 1980, after
37 years. He was a lifetime member of the VFW Post 8850 and the DAV. He
was also a longtime member of the Draft Horse Association, Isaac Walton
League and a former trustee for the Southern Hill Sportsman Club. He
spent all his life in Lawrence County and was of the Protestant faith.
In addition to his parents and wife, he was preceded in death by three
brothers, Paul Vernon Hardy, Clifford Hardy and Charles Hardy, and an
infant sister.
He is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, James David and Connie Webb
Hardy of Jeffersonville; a daughter and son-in-law, Brenda J. and Paul
E. Williams of Kitts Hill; a daughter and son-in-law, Debbie K. and
Daniel K. Potts of Xenia; his grandsons and their wives, Ricky and
Ginger Hardy of Beavercreek, Roy E. and Leeann Williams, Paul D.
Williams, Tony E. and Paula Williams all of Kitts Hill, and U.S.M.C.
Daniel K. Jr. and Satsuki Potts of Jacksonville, N.C.; his
granddaughters, Regina Rader and Jessica Potts; a great grandson, R.
Scottie Williams; great foster grandson, David Shaw; his great
granddaughters, Mindy Rader, Lacey Rader, Iris Potts, Tayler Hardy, and
Cayla Williams; a brother and sister-in-law, Clarence C. and Jenny Hardy
of Bradenton, Fla.; a sister-in-law, Christine Hardy; five nephews; a
niece and several great nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be noon Tuesday at Phillips Funeral Home with the
Rev. Norman Carrico officiating. Burial will follow in Haverhill
Cemetery with military graveside rites by V.F.W. Post 8850. Friends may
call 6-9 p.m. Monday at the funeral home.
Dr. Walter G. Hope - At this point we are permitted to touch upon the life of one of Albuquerque's leading young physicians, whose identity with the medical profession of this place dates from the spring of 1891. In the person of Dr. Walter G. Hope, we find a native of the Keystone State, born at Enon, Lawrence county, April 28, 1860.
Dr. Hope descends from English and Scotch ancestors. His people, however, have long been residents of America, three generations of the family having been born near Philadelphia. Among them have been found farmers, mechanics and professional men, all noted for their honesty and industry and occupying honorable and useful positions in life. The Doctor's father, Hugh Hope, was born in Pennsylvania on the farm on which the progenitor of the family in America had settled many years before. He was a farmer, a member of the United Presbyterian Church, and a man of sterling worth. He married Sarah McGehon, a native of his own county, and they became the parents of eight children, seven of whom are living. Both father and mother are deceased, he being sixty-eight at the time of death, and she seventy-six. The mother, too, was a devoted Christian and a member of the same church to which her husband belonged, and they reared their children in the fear of the Lord.
Walter G., the youngest of his father's family, was educated at Westminster College, Pennsylvania, where he completed a classical course and graduated in 1884, After this he gave his whole attention to the study of medicine, entered Jefferson Medical College at Philadelphia, and in 1886 received his diploma from that institution. That same year he began the practice of his profession at Lenexa, Kansas, and remained at that place until the spring of 1891, when, as already stated, he took up his residence at Albuquerque. Here he has continued the practice of medicine with very gratifying success. And he has not only won the confidence of his patrons and those with whom he daily mingles but he has also gained honorable recognition from the medical profession. He is Secretary of the Bernalillo Medical Society and is a member of the Territorial Medical Society. He is also identified with the Odd Fellows and the Knights of Pythias. In politics he is a Republican, and in every way is regarded as a worthy and upright citizen.
The Doctor was married June 8, 1892, to Miss Kittie May Bower, of Lenexa, Kansas, daughter of Dr. G. M. Bower, of that place, and at that time a member of the Kansas State Senate. The Doctor and Mrs. Hope have a little daughter, Helen, born in Albuquerque.
Dr. Hope has invested in property in this city and feels that he is permanently located here. He built a substantial brick block, the upper story of which he uses for his office and residence, the lower floor being occupied by the G. F. Albright Publishing Company.
Source: "An Illustrated History of New Mexico . . .;" The Lewis Publishing Company, 1895; transcribed by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team
 

 

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