Lincoln County Kansas Obituaries: Surnames starting with "Ha" to "He"
Lincoln County Kansas Obituaries
Surnames starting with
"Ha" to "He"
HAAS --- George Hunter HAAS Lincoln Sentinel-Republican -- April 13, 1944
---George Hunter HAAS was born March 27, 1889, to John and Emma HAAS in
Reading, Pa. He became a member of the Christian Church at the age of 20. He
served in the army for six years and in World War I. On Oct. 1, 1923, he was
united in marriage to Gladys Leora LONG in Wray, Colo. To this union were
born five children, all living at the present time.
Mr. and Mrs. HAAS came to Lincoln about 17 years ago. He was foreman at the
Quartzite Stone Company for several years but of late years had been in failing health, hardly leaving his home in the past year. He was taken suddenly ill last Tuesday night, April 4, 1944, and departed this life at the age of 55 years and eight days.
He leaves to mourn his passing his wife Gladys; two sons, William of Hastings, Neb., and George of the home; three daughters, Clara Belle, Della Beth and Donna Jean, all at home; and two brothers, John and Homer of Pennsylvania, other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock from the Central Christian Church in Lincoln with the minister, Clarence A. STANKE officiating. Interment was made in Lincoln Cemetery.
HALL --- Alice Ann Reid HALL Lincoln Sentinel, Feb. 1, 1912
---Alice Ann Reid was born in Laural, Ind., Sept. 7, 1851. Was married to Thomas D. Hall Nov. 28, 1876. To this union were born two children, J.H. Hall of Beverly, and Bessie H. Thomas of Salina, who with the husband, two grandchildren and two brothers remain to mourn her departure. She was converted in early youth and united with the M.E. church, of which she was a member at the time of her death. Although greatly afflicted during the last nine years of her life, she never lost her faith in God and his goodness. She died Jan. 21, 1912, at 3:30 p.m.HALL - Neta Schoshke Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Aug. 13, 1942
--- Neta SCHOSHKE was born June 15, 1898, at Salina, Kansas. When a small child she moved with her parents to a farm near Tescott and later to another farm north of Beverly where they lived until 1917 when the family moved to Hendley, Nebr.
October 22, 1919, she was united in marriage to Adelbert HALL of Beverly. They made their home in Beverly until her unexpected death on July 30, 1942, at the age of 44 years, one month and 15 days.
Mr. and Mrs. HALL were the parents of two children, Myron Gailon of Wichita, Kansas, and Delores Jean of the home.
Mrs. Hall leaves to mourn her untimely death her husband and children, her father, Gustav SCHOSHKE of Beverly; one brother, Matt SCHOSHKE of Beverly; two sisters, Vera, now Mrs. Leslie MORGAN of Clay Center, Kansas, and Zola, now Mrs. L.O. VENCILL of Kimball, Nebr., many other relatives and a host of friends. Her mother preceded her in death in 1932.
Funeral services were held in Beverly Sunday morning at 9:30 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. Guy V. Parks. Interment was in the Beverly cemetery. Submitted by Tracee Hamilton (Note: no relation)
HALLOCK --- Harriett Loetta (POLLOCK) HALLOCK The Messenger (Minneapolis, Kansas), April 9, 1936.
Mrs. Morris HALLOCK, one of the pioneers of the west part of Ottawa County, died Wednesday night, April 1, at a hospital in Salina, after a serious illness of about two weeks. She was almost seventy-one years old and had lived in the community north of Ada since of girl of eight years of age.
Mrs. HALLOCK was the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace POLLOCK with whom she came to this county in 1873. Her maiden name was Harriett Loetta POLLOCK. She was born in Mansfield, Ohio, May 4, 1865.
She was married to Morris Wells HALLOCK on June 5, 1881. To this union four sons and seven daughters were born, all of whom are living and were able to see their mother during her last illness. Besides her faithful husband of many years, she leaves these children: Dr. Lowell HALLOCK of Jacksonville, Illinois; Ellis HALLOCK, of Ada; Warren HALLOCK, of Indianapolis, Indiana; Prof. Leslie HALLOCK, of Hinsdale, Illinois; Mrs. Inez BALDWIN, of Longford, Kansas; Mrs. Ethel STEVENSON, of Culver; Mrs. Helen BALAUN, of Salina; Mrs. Eunice DOWDS, of St. George, Kansas; Mrs. Volna McCLASKY, of Cuba, Kansas; Mrs. Neola CARPENTER, of Gandy, Nebraska; and Mrs. Muriel CRAWFORD, of Rollingfork, Mississippi. She also leaves 23 grand-children and two brothers and sisters. The latter are Charles POLLOCK, of Anadarko, Oklahoma, Robert POLLOCK of Kirksville, Missouri; Mrs. Lillie KEELER, of Dallas, Texas; Mrs. Rena HILLS, of Ashley, Kansas; and Mrs. Fannie CASBIER, of Maxwell, Iowa. [Note... Harriett Loetta POLLOCK and her husband Morris Wells HALLOCK, also lived in Salt Creek Township, Lincoln County for some time and can be found there in the 1885 census. The full text of this obituary which is an excellent account of pioneer life in Kansas can be found by clicking here] Submitted by Bill and Diana Sowers. Mrs. Hallock was Bill's gr-gr-aunt.HAMILTON - Lucile F. Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Nov. 5, 1992
--- Lucile F. Hamilton was born in Kensington to Fred and Grace Bierman on February 19, 1907. She died on October 29, 1992, at the Lincoln County Hospital after a long illness.
Lucile attended grade and high school in Kensington. She taught school in the Kensington area.
On June 1, 1926, she was united in marriage to Edward Hamilton in Downs. They moved to Lincoln in 1928 and have resided there since. This union was blessed with a daughter, Joyce M. and a son, Robert E.
Lucile went to work in the Saline Valley Bank in 1932 and retired in 1971 as senior vice president.
Survivors include her husband, Edward; daughter Joyce and her husband, Raymond HOLL, of Beloit; son Robert E. and wife Sharron of Lincoln; two sisters-in-law, Doris Prochaska of Ellsworth and Minamae Bierman of Topeka; six grandchildren; six great-granchildren; and one step-great-grandchild.
The funeral was held Monday, November 2, 1992. Burial was in the Lincoln Cemetery.
Submitted by Tracee Hamilton [Note: This is my grandmother. I can be reached at email@example.com].
HAMMER --- Emerson HAMMER Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, March 21, 1940
---The Sedro-Woolley, Wash., Courier-Times, dated March 7, carried news of the death of Judge Emerson HAMMER, a former Lincoln resident, who died at the Sedro-Woolley hospital late at night, Wednesday, March 6, aged 83 years. His death was attributed to influenza. Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock on the afternoon of Saturday, March 9, in the Lemley chapel, with Sedro-Woolley Masons in charge and burial was made in the Union cemetery.
The Courier-Times, sent to J.H. TOOLE by his sister who resides in Sedro-Woolley, said that in the death of Judge HAMMER, the community had lost another of its valued pioneers. The Washington paper continued:
"Mr. Hammer, as state senator, pioneer lumberman and merchant of this city, had a long and useful life. He was born in Montpelier, Ind., Aug. 12, 1856, and received his education there. At an early age he engaged in business in Indiana, later moving to Kansas, where he served as postmaster of Lincoln, and later joined George GREEN in a mercantile firm in that city. They sold out in 1889 and came to Clear Lake, Wash.
"Soon after his arrival here, Mr. Hammer was employed in the Mortimer Cook store at Sterling, and later ran a logging camp in partnership with Frank Bradsbury. In 1891, Mr. Hammer established a store in Burlington where he remained until 1897 when he moved to Sedro-Woolley to enter the mercantile and shingle business. In 1903, the Union Mercantile Co. was established with Mr. Hammer as president.
Judge Hammer was elected state senator from the 32nd senatorial district in 1898, and in 1902 was re-elected for the term ending in January 1906. During his first term in the senate, he was chairman of the important appropriations committee and served on this same committee in 1903.
"Mr Hammer also served the City of Sedro-Woolley in many capacities as mayor, as a member of the school board, and as police judge, and Skagit county as treasurer, for several years.
"Mr. Hammer will long be remembered for his kindly nature, wise counsel and broad outlook. His long life was one of service until the last.
"He is survived by his wife, Isabelle; a son George, prominent local businessman; two daughters, Mrs. Rupert (Mary) Gale of Mercer Island, and Mrs. John (Joyce) Ruel of Forks, Wash.; and seven grandchildren: William, Arthur and Jack Gale of Mercer Island; George Emerson Hammer of Hawaii; Winifred Hammer, San Francisco; Margaret Hammer, University of Washington student; and Wayman Hammer, Sedro-Woolley high school student."
HANCOCK --- Emma LEWIS HANCOCK Lincoln Sentinel-Republican --- Oct. 25, 1951
--- Mrs. Emma HANCOCK, who had lived in Lincoln for a number of years,
passed away at Asbury hospital in Salina on Thursday, Oct. 18. She had been
ill for more than two months and had been in the hospital during much of her
illness. Mrs. HANCOCK taught school in Lincoln county for three years before
her marriage to Waldo HANCOCK.
After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. HANCOCK lived in Beverly for many years
and Mr. HANCOCK remained in business there until his death in 1942. After he
passed away Mrs. Hancock moved to Lincoln. Mrs. HANCOCK is survived by four children, Mrs. Ruth STEVENSON of Denver, Mrs. Mary HALL of Beverly, Mrs. Alma PAINTER of Ironton, Mo., and John HANCOCK of Wichita.
Funeral services were held for her at the Methodist Church in Beverly on
Sunday afternoon, Oct. 21, with Rev. R.L. HENDRICKSON in charge, assisted by
Rev. C. KELLEY. Interment was in Monroe cemetery.
HARBIN --- Mary HARBIN Lincoln Beacon, Oct. 13, 1887
---At her home, near Woody, Lincoln county, Sept. 29, 1887, Mary HARBIN, wife of Jephtah [Jeptha] HARBIN, aged 69 years.
For fifteen years Mrs. Harbin has had a growing cancer on her breast. The last four years of her life it was very painful. She became very helpless. Only a month ago her husband died. She longed to go home and trusted in her Savior. Her neighbors loved her and came from far and near to weep at her funeral. Three sons and one daughter mourn over a dear mother's departure.HARMAN --- America S. (ANDERSON) HARMAN Lincoln Beacon, June 30, 1887
---Died..... America S. HARMAN, wife of J. P. HARMAN of Vesper, Kansas. She was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, June 18, 1837. She was the only daughter of James ANDERSON who moved to York County, Pennsylvania, about the year 1850, where he and her two surviving brothers will reside. The deceased was married with J. P. HARMAN in January, 1860. They removed to Hagerstown, Maryland, in the spring of 1864, and thence to Kansas in the spring of 1878 where she continued to live until her demise, June 26, 1887, at 8 o'clock a.m.
She was the mother of three children: Eula L. MORGAN, wife of W. F. MORGAN of Sylvan Grove; Elnora A. and Lalla B. L. HARMAN, all of whom survive her. She was laid to rest at the Vesper Cemetery. Submitted by Bill and Diana Sowers. (Note... we are not related to this individual)HARPER --- J. L. (Joseph Lane) HARPER Barnard Bee, Barnard, KS December 28, 1911
--- J. L. HARPER died Dec. 26, 1911, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. E. HEWES, Barnard, Kans., at the age of 75 years, 5 months and 12 days.
Deceased was born near Zanesville, Ohio, July 14, 1836. At the age of 17 he moved, with his parents, to Ottumwa, Iowa. He was married in 1861 to Alice CHADWICK. To this union eight children were born, two of whom preceded the father in death. The living children are: Mrs. Clara HEWES, Barnard; Sam HARPER, Solomon, Kans.; Mrs. Eva WRIGHT, Barnard; Henry HARPER, Portland, Oregon; Mrs. Ben WOODY, Barnard, and Joy HARPER, Milo, Kans.
Mr. HARPER, came to Kansas in 1873, locating in this county in 1874. His first wife having died, he was married in 1890 to Eva WARNER, who survives him. To this union was born one daughter who is 13 years old. He remained here until 1900, when he went to Oklahoma. In later years his health failed
to such an extent that he was place in a hospital by his second wife. Last October his daughter, Mrs. Clara HEWES went to this hospital and brought him to her home that she might look after him in his old age.
But his health failed rapidly, and when death came he passed away quietly and peacefully.
Just a week before the death of Mr. HARPER, a message was received saying the his brother, Samuel H. HARPER had died suddenly in Ottumwa, Iowa. He was the mayor of Ottumwa.
The funeral of J. L. HARPER was held this afternoon at the Baptist Church. Rev. B. F. MCMILLIAN preaching the sermon, Rev H. R. GOULDIN assiting. Interment was made in Pinon Cemetery.
submitted by: Sherry Hare Ray --- firstname.lastname@example.org --- Kent, WashingtonHARPER --- Iva (NORTON) HARPER Lincoln Beacon Feb. 22 and March 1, 1894.
---(Feb. 22nd issue) The wife of Samuel HARPER, formerly of Scott Township, this county, died in Oklahoma about two weeks ago. She left a girl child only a few days old. Mr. HARPER and wife moved to the new country since the opening of the Strip.
---(March 1st issue) The wife of Samuel HARPER of Oklahoma has recently died, having a little girl about two years old and a new born babe to be nurtured without a mother's care. He arrived here earlier this week bring[ing] his children here in order to have the assistance of relatives in caring for them. His sister, Mrs. HEWES of this place has the youngest in her care.
Mrs. Harper was a relative of: Sherry Hare Ray --- email@example.com --- Kent, Washington. More information on her and her husband can be found here under the obituary of her husband, Sam HARPER.HARPER --- Jennie Edith HARPER Lincoln Beacon, Lincoln, July 14, 1892
---Jennie Edith, the infant daughter of Samuel and Ivy HARPER of Scott Township, died July 4, 1892 of flux, after four days of intense suffering, aged 21 months and 19 days. The funeral services were conducted by N. J. LOTT. She was buried in the Pinon Cemetery.
submitted by: Sherry Hare Ray --- firstname.lastname@example.org --- Kent, WashingtonHARPER --- Sam HARPER Barnard Bee, Barnard, Sept.28, 1922
---Samuel E. HARPER, eldest son of Joseph L. and Alice B. HARPER was born at Ottumwa, Iowa, January 2nd, 1864 and departed this life September 27, 1922 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ross VAN PELT of Victor, Kansas, age 58 years, 8 months and 25 days. He was married to Iva NORTON, December 22, 1889 who departed this life February 8, 1894. To this union was born three daughters, one dying in infancy. He leaves to mourn his loss, two daughters, Mrs. Jessie VAN PELT of Victor, Kansas and Mrs. Myrtle BULIS of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, five grandsons and two sisters, Mrs. Eva WRIGHT and Mrs. Ada WOODY both of Barnard, Kansas, and a brother Henry L. of Portland, Oregon. Also other
relatives and a host of friends.
The funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2:30 p.m., Rev. Fred Blanding officiating. Interment was at Pinon Cemetery.
submitted by: Sherry Hare Ray --- email@example.com --- Kent, WashingtonHARRIS --- Charles Francis HARRIS Lincoln Beacon Feb. 22 and March 1, 1894.
---(Feb. 22nd issue) The youngest child of H. B. HARRIS and wife of Logan, died Tuesday of whooping cough, age six weeks.
---(March 1st issue) Charles Francie HARRIS, aged 1 month, 7 days, son of H. B. HARRIS and wife of Logan, died February 20, of whooping cough. submitted by Bill and Diana Sowers (Note... We are not related to this person. We found this obit while looking through the paper.)HARRIS --- Mildred HARRIS Lincoln County Beacon Feb. 10, 1881.
---Died...in Lincoln Center, upon Monday the 7th of February, of membrainous croup, Mildred, daughter of Ed M. & Marye E. HARRIS, aged 4 years. submitted by Bill and Diana Sowers (Note... We are not related to this person. We found this obit while looking through the paper.)HARSHBARGER -- John HARSHBARGER Lincoln Sentinel, September 16, 1909
---John Harshbarger died September 5, 1909, at Ashton, Idaho, deceased was born
in Miama [should be Miami] county, near Dayton, Ohio, on December 9, 1818.
At the age of 20 years he moved to Spencer county, Indiana, in 1848 to
Oskaloosa, Iowa, in 1856 to Woodbine, Iowa, in 1870 to Kansas and two years
ago  came to Idaho to live with his sons remaining till his demise. At
19 he married Melinda KESSLER who died in 1893 [should be 1891]. They had
six children: H.C. [Henry Clay], St. Anthony, Idaho; Jacob, Ashton, Idaho;
Wm., and Mrs. [John (Sarah)] Quillin, Lincoln, Kansas; Mrs. Hope HARRIS,
Woodbine, Iowa; Joseph, deceased. He joined the Methodist Episcopal Church
in 1843. "Uncle John" as he was familiarly known, was an excellent example
of the American pioneer. His father, a member of a German family that had
settled in Virginia prior to the revolution, was one of the first settlers
at Dayton, Ohio, the log pioneer house over a century old still standing
intact [note: the HARSHBARGER family entered the U.S. about 1750]. Here,
among the hardships of a pioneer life, John was born. The incidents of his
early life, in the woods, on the hunt, on boat and raft on the Mississippi
and Ohio rivers were remarkably interesting. He first affiliated with the
Whig party, voting for Wm. Henry Harrison. Later he became, and remained a
staunch Republican. Early in manhood he joined the Masonic order and was the
last charter member of the Blue Lodge at Magnolia, one of the first
organized in the state of Iowa. As regards his fellow men he was universally
respected as an honorable, upright man. He was buried at Marysville [Idaho]
cemetery September 6, 1907 [should be1909]. With him at the time of his
death were his three boys, Clay, William and Jacob.
Submitted by Scott Holl, great-great-grandson (firstname.lastname@example.org)HARTMAN - James T. Hartman Lincoln County News, Oct. 18, 1934
---James T. Hartman was born October 5th, 1847 near Roanoke, Virginia. He
lived the early part of his life in the mountainous country of his native
state. While in Virginia he was a member of the Lutheran Church (German)
and was a diligent reader and ardent believer in the Bible. Upon coming to
Kansas he found no churches and so arrangements were made to conduct
services in the country schoolhouse.
Shortly after coming to Kansas he homesteaded a farm. In 1879 he was
married to Mary Sellers of Beverly, Kansas. Of this union two sons were
born, James Albert, who died at the early age of 11 months and 5 days, and
Bert Hartman. On June 9, 1904, he was married to Melissa (Mrs. Arthur)
Judd, who survives him mourn his departure.
Jim, as the deceased was familiarity and fondly known to everyone was by all
regarded as a good neighbor and upright citizen. He stood in constant
readiness to aid and assist all who were in need.
Upon numerous occasions he had helped several families to obtain their daily
food in the pioneer days when winters were severe, money was scarce and
credit was not to be had.
James Hartman had always enjoyed good health and was active until only a few
days before his death. He died at the Ellsworth Hospital, Ellsworth, Kansas
on Thursday, October 11 at 5:00 p.m. thus having reached the ripe old age of
87 years and 6 days. His wish was to be laid to rest beside his infant son
in Freedom (Washam) Cemetery near Westfall, Kansas.
He leaves to mourn his wife Melissa Hartman of the home, a son Bert Hartman
of Wichita, Kansas, (stepson) Lloyd Judd of Westfall, Kansas and a grandson,
Dr. Merle M. Hartman of Junction City, Kansas and a host of friends.
HAYDEN --- Alva T. HAYDEN Lincoln County Beacon July 8, 1880.
---Died... in Lincoln Center at about 2 o'clock a.m., July 6 of heart clot, Alvy T. HAYDEN, age 22. Alva HAYDEN was born in Oxford, Butler County, Ohio, where his mother now resides. He first came to Lincoln County 2 1/2 years ago. After a few weeks stay he returned to Ohio. March 10, 1878, he returned to Lincoln with his friend, Geo GREER, establishing a stove and tinware trade. Ath the time of his death he, in company with Dr. R.E. BRYANT, was erecting a fine stone business block. (This is a summary of the original obit.) submitted by Bill and Diana Sowers (Note... We are not related to this person. We found this obit while looking through the paper.)HAYES --- Hazel B. HAYES Salina Journal April 13, 1986.
---Hazel B. HAYES, 86, died Saturday, April 12, at the Salina Nursing Center. Mrs. HAYES was born June 15, 1899, in Lincoln (the daughter of Fredrick W. and Mary [LOVIN] DILL). She was a homemaker and had been a resident of Salina since 1919. She was a former member of the Women of the Moose. Her husband, Ernest L., died in 1985.
Survivors include a son, Glenn W. of 1403 Kiowa; two daughters, Bertha LETOURNEAU of 925 Spruce and Virgina McBride of 521 W. Euclid; 12 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren. There will be a service at 2 p.m. Monday at Roselawn Memorial Park, the Rev. Harlen RITTGERS officiating. Memorials may be made to American Cancer Society.
The Ryan Mortuary is in charge. Submitted by Shirley Rogers -- Lobster3@email.msn.comHEALY -- Ellen KYNE HEALY Lincoln Beacon, April 13, 1882
--- Died/Mrs. Mary HALEY, aged 63 years, at 9 o'clock upon Saturday morning,
April 8, 1882, of pneumonia, at the residence of her son, James HEALY, of
The deceased had been a resident of Lincoln County for about 14 years.
She was a woman of great energy of character and was a prominent figure in
the early history of the county. She leaves a large circle of relatives and
acquaintances. She was all her life a member of the Catholic Church. Funeral
services were held upon Sunday in the Catholic Church in this place.
[Clarification: Her real name was Ellen, and the Healys spelled their
surname two different ways, hence the contradictions. But Ellen Healy is the
name on her tombstone.]
submitted by Tracee Hamilton (Note: This is my great-great-aunt. I can be
contacted at email@example.com)HEDRICK --- Mary A. HEDRICK Lincoln County Beacon, June 17, 1886
---Sunday, June 13, 1886, at her home in Elkhorn township, Mrs. Mary A. Hedrick, wife of Thos. M. Hedrick. Deceased was born Aug. 14, 1850, in Bartholomew county, Indiana. Her maiden name was Mary Ann Sanders and she was married Feb. 11, 1869, to T.M. Hedrick, the marriage ceremony being performed by Rev. Thos. P. Hedrick, who preached her funeral sermon upon Monday last at 10 a.m. The interment was made in the Lincoln cemetery. Deceased leaves a husband and five children to mourn her loss.HENDERSON --- Sarah A. (DAVIS) HENDERSON Lincoln County Beacon May 27, 1880.
---At Lincoln Center, May 20, 1880, Sarah A., wife of Wm H. HENDERSON, aged 30 years, 9 months. She was the daughter of Martin M. and Sarah A. DAVIS, born in Indiana, August 4, 1849. She married William H. HENDERSON in Moultrie County, Illinois, July 16, 1866. She leaves a husband and six children. (This is a summary of the original obit.) submitted by Bill and Diana Sowers (Note... We are not related to this person. We found this obit while looking through the paper.)HENDERSON --- [Infant] HENDERSON Lincoln County Beacon --- Thursday, June 24, 1880
---Died, on Saturday night June 12th the infant son of William H. and Sarah HENDERSON aged 7 weeks. On Sabbath eve, the little one was laid beside its mother. Of both may be said "Of such is the Kingdom of heaven." submitted by Bill Sowers (Note... We are not related to this person. We found this death notice while looking through the paper.)HENDRICKSEN - William August Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Jan. 18, 1940
--- William August Hendrickson was born in Chicago, Illinois, April 12, 1877 and passed away at the St. Agnes hospital, Fresno, California, December 16, 1939, having reached the age of 62 years, 8 months and 4 days. He came to Denmark, Kansas, when a very small child. He was married on November 26, 1898, to Minnie C. THOMPSEN in Lincoln, Kansas. To this union were born three children, Mrs. David KNUDSEN of Denmark, Kansas, and Florence and Wilma HENDRICKSEN of Fresno, California.
In 1907 the family moved to Blackfood, Idaho, where Mr. Hendricksen engaged in farming until 1920 when they moved to California. In 1923 Mr. Hendricksen went to work for the Sun-Maid Raisin Growers Association Plant No. 4, a position he held at the time of his death.
He is survived by his wife ... and three daughters ...; a sister, Mrs. Greg LYSTER, Denmark, Kansas, and three grandchildren, Ronald, Eugene and Marily Joyce KNUDSEN, Denmark, Kansas.
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, December 19, 1939, in Fresno. ... Interment was made in Belmont Memorial Park, Fresno.
Submitted by Tracee Hamilton (Note: no relation).
HERMAN --- Mrs. Carrie HERMAN Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Feb. 18, 1954
---Mrs. Carrie Herman, youngest daughter of Robert E. and Eliza A. Montgomery, was born in Lincoln county, Kansas, Jan. 27, 1878, and died at her home in Abilene the morning of Jan. 31, 1954, at the age of 76 years and three days. She spent her early life on a farm near Lincoln. At an early age she joined the Methodist church in Lincoln and was a faithful worker through the years. On Aug. 6, 1900, she was united in marriage to Richard F. Herman at the family home and they went immediately to Waldo to live. A daughter, Loleta, was born to them on Dec. 1, 1904. In 1906 they returned to Lincoln and lived here until 1917. They went to Abilene where Mr. Herman became associated with the United Telephone Co. and this has continued to be their family home through the years. She is survived by her husband Richard (illegible) Mrs. Loleta Van Deventer and many nieces, nephews and friends. Funeral services were Feb. 3 at the Abilene First Methodist church. Burial was in the Abilene cemetery. HERMAN --- William Garfield HERMAN Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Feb. 18, 1954
---William Garfield Herman, son of Robert and Eliza Herman, was born in Lincoln county, Kansas, on March 3, 1877. He passed away Feb. 1, 1954 in his home at the age of 76 years, 11 months and 29 days. He was united in marriage to Iva Bertha Coil on June 1, 1899. To this union were born seven children, two died in infancy. Those left to mourn his death include his wife, Iva B. of the home; the children, Hobart R. and Robert U. of Lincoln; Myrtle Chenney [sic] of Sylvan Grove, Mildred Webb of Salina and Herbert Paul Herman of San Diego, California. He also leaves three brothers and two sisters, Edward Herman of Omaha, Nebraska; Rev. Charley Herman of Barnard, Kansas; Fred Herman of Waldo, Kansas, Mrs. Mae Lessor of Wakeeney, Kansas, and Mrs. Mildred Gleason of Bellaire, Kansas. Also sixteen grandchildren and eight great grandchildren and other relatives and many friends.
Will was a man who was always willing to help anyone in need. He spent most of his life on a farm in the Prairie Grove neighborhood. He loved the farm and was a great hand with machinery. Until he left the farm there were no graves dug in the Prairie Grove cemetery which he did not help dig.