hmtl5 Notes: Hedges Genealogy


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201 1940 US census, Eady, widow, is in the household of her daughter and son-in-law, H.B. and Della Fraley. Brown, Eady (I2709)
202 1940 US census, Elijah, widower, in the household of his granddaughter and her husband, Paul and Rosabelle Hamilton. Alkire, Elijah A. (I1338)
203 1940 US census, in the household of his in-laws, David and Mary Gilkison Staggs, Joseph Mahion (I2682)
204 1940 US census, Jennie is widowed, in the household of her son, Marvin Hedges Dimick, Rebecca "Jennie" (I212)
205 1940 US census, John T. Crouch is in the household of his father Charles. Crouch, John Thompson (I764)
206 1940 US census, Lide Phelps, widow, aged 70, is living with her son-in-law and daughter, Joseph and Ruth (Phelps) Lack. Shay, Eliza J. "Lida" (I2372)
207 1940 US census, Louisa Belle Moody, widow, age80, is in the household of her son James Ernest Moody. Kissick, Louisa Belle (I532)
208 1940 US census, Lucy is widowed from Emlay and in the household of her brother, Donald Beagles Beagles, Lucy Helen (I2202)
209 1940 US census, Marie Owens, age 35, widow, with two children. Her widowed father, age 73 is also in her household. Jenkins, Maude Marie (I137)
210 1940 US census, Mary and her son Robert, age 18, are in the household of her great aunt Minnie Triplett. Allen, Mary Emma (I1492)
211 1940 US census, Mary Ivelia Bailey, age 68, in household of her sister and brother-in-law, French Jones and Ursula (Razor) Jones. Razor, Mary "Ivelia" (I537)
212 1940 US census, Mary, widow, age 73, is in the household of her son, Arthur H. Kingham. Marshall, Mary (I1063)
213 1940 US census, Pearl, widow, is in the household of her son-in-law and daughter, Paul and Rosabelle Hamilton. Alkire, Pearlie Irene (I1343)
214 1940 US census. Alfred and Edna Neblock are in the household of her parents. Neblock, Alfred Theodore (I1142)
215 1940 US census. Amanda is in the household of her widowed daughter, Anna Boyd. Hedrick, Amanda Elizabeth (I2869)
216 1940 US census. Aureanea Hunt, age 82, widow, is in the household of her daughter Rosella Wiley. Hawkins, Aurena (I440)
217 1940 US census. Bertie Bach, age 41, widow, sister, and her daugher Wanda Lee Bach, age 12, is in the household of Ed C. Parker. Parker, Roberta Vianna "Berta" (I835)
218 1940 US census. Charles and Alice Hedges are in the household of their son, Daniel. Hedges, Charles Henry (I3389)
219 1940 US census. Charles is in the household of his daughter and son-in-law, Dorothy and Robert Burns. Bradshaw, Charles (I2502)
220 1940 US census. Corrinne Hedges, single, age 41, is in the household of her mother, Effie Holt. Hedges, Corrinne Zerela (I1055)
221 1940 US census. Daniel's parents, Charles and Alice Hedges, are in his household. Hedges, Daniel Ford (I3413)
222 1940 US census. Ida is living with her sister, Mattie (Hedges) Horn. Hedges, Ida May (I365)
223 1940 US census. In the household of her son, Frank Gordon Derr. Codling, Elizabeth J. (I3455)
224 1940 US census. Joyce (Beagles) Shaner, widow, is in the household of her brother, Donald Bealges, along with two of her sisters, Amanda Bealges and Florence Beagles. Beagles, Joyce Alethia "Letha" (I2197)
225 1940 US census. Laura (Hedges) Johnston, widow, is in the household of her daughter and son-in-law, Rankin and Grace Monroe. Hedges, Laura Catherine (I3507)
226 1940 US census. Leona Cook, age 69, widow, in the household of her daughter and son-in-law, Paul and Ethel Collins. Hedges, Leona (I649)
227 1940 US census. Mary Herron, widow, is in the household of their son-in-law and daughter, Guy and Lula Hopkins. Stapleton, Mary F. (I2867)
228 1940 US census. Melvin and Eleanor Parks are in the household of her father, Albion Hedges and his second wife, Evelyn. Parks, Melvin Lorain (I3321)
229 1940 US census. Mike, Kathryn and their two children are in the household of Kathryn's parents. Moody, Michael Talmage (I1441)
230 1940 US census. Otto and wife Evadana are in the household of Otto's widowed father, Robert Hyatt. In the same household are Robert's mother, Rose, and Robert's married daughter Dorothy, her husband Thomas Rolph and their 8 year old son. Hyatt, Otto Wilson (I3530)
231 1940 US census. Wiliam, age 73, widowed, is In household of of his daughter Marie. Jenkins, William Edward (I124)
232 3 children Moody, Nela Inez (I1435)
233 3 children. Cassity, Nettie Izora (I1226)
234 6 children Razor, Anna Laura (I536)
235 7 children Moody, Harvey Edgar (I1433)
236 8 children Ward, Lillie Jane (I1202)
237 8 children. Razor, Ursula Grace (I549)
238 9 children Ward, Tina Esther (I1203)
239 A casualty of the Civil War. Miller, John (I2036)
240 A gracious lady went home to be with her God on Tuesday May 27, 2014 at the age of 100 plus 5 months. She was born near Loda, Illinois, the daughter of Henry and Rosa (Cogswell) Beland. She and her husband Edgar R. were married 71 years before his death in 2005. They joined the Sunfield United Methodist Church as teenagers.

Surviving are her 4 children, Jeannine (Cecil) Rogers of Sunfield, Ann Merrill of Lansing, Floyd (Sheryl) Fleetham of Grand Haven, Terry (Marsha) Fleetham of Jonesville, 12 grandchildren, 24 great grandchildren, and 10 great great grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Sunfield United Methodist Church, Sunfield Area Sponsors of Programs for Youth aka S.P.Y.'s, Sunny Crest Youth Ranch, Sunfield Library or any local charity of your choice.

Funeral services were held Saturday May 31, 2014 at the Sunfield United Methodist Church.

The family is being served by the Independent Family Owned Funeral Home in Sunfield: Rosier Funeral Home.

Beland, Rosa Cecelia (I2697)
241 A Homer Pioneer Called By Death - Mrs. Lucina Martin Died Monday After A Several Weeks Illness - Homer, Ill., Feb. 20.—Mrs. Lucina Martin Cessna, a pioneer resident of this vicinity, died at her home here on Monday after an illness extending over several weeks. Mrs. Cessna was born in Pickaway County, Ohio, on April 22, 1835.

She was first married to Edgel Meiser who died many years ago. She was married on Jan. 29, to William Cessna and resided until 1868 near Burbon, in Marshall county, Indiana, when they came to Champaign County, Illinois, moving to Vermilion county a year later. They retired from the farm in 1907 and Mr. Cessna died in 1908. She is survived by two step-daughters, Mrs. Wallace Yeazel and Mrs. Ellen Tibbetts of Homer, and one step son, William Cessna, of Adrian, Mich.

She is also survived by three daughters, Mrs. Martin Current, of Danville; Mrs. H. H . Price, of Homer and Mrs. J. F. Carter, of Prescott, Wash., and one son, Charles Cessna, of Bedford, Ind.

The funeral service was held at the late home on Wednesday afternoon by Rev. J. A. Biddle. The body was laid at rest at the G. A. R. cemetery." - Danville Morning Press, Special to the Press, Friday, February 21, 1919, p 7, Transcribed by the Homer Historical Society (Obituary provided by Raymond Cunningham) 
Marten, Lucina (I2823)
242 A. Reginald Fink, 83 died Monday at home.
He was the husband of Hazel Holcombe Fink.
Longtime educator and musician he taught Spanish at William Penn Senior High School from 1925 until 1960. From 1960 to 1972, he was chairman of the foreign language department at York Suburban High School. He taught courses at Millersville University and at York College of Pennsylvania and from 1972 until his retirement in 1980, he taught at Alverna University of Reading.
He also taught violin privately and was director of the William Penn Senior High School Orchestra for a number of years. A charter member of York Symphony Orchestra, he was the first violinist for a number of years and served as concertmaster in 1964 and 1965. He also played with the Spring Garden Orchestra.
He was an originator and the first director of York Youth Symphony and continued as director for 12 years. He was recipient of the York Chorus Arion Award for his work with young people.
He was a 1922 graduate of William Penn Senior High School and a 1925 graduate of Pennsylvania State University. He did graduate work at John Hopkins University and also had studied at the University of Mexico.
He was recipient of a Ford Foundation award to study the historic Spanish missions in the West and during that time played for the Santa Barbara Symphony Orchestra.
He was a life member of the Musicians Union of York and a member of the national and Pennsylvania retired teachers associations. He was a member of Zion United Church of Christ, was director of the Sunday school orchestra for more than 25 years and also taught in the Sunday School.
Mr. fink, born in York, was a son of the late harry and Julia Hedges Fink.
survivors include:
Two sons Reginald H. Fink of Ohio and Philip H. Fink of Florida.
five grandchildren
A sister Henrietta L. McClellan of York.
viewing at Baumeister & Orcutt Mortuary Inc. funeral services at the mortuary. The Rev William A. Speers, his pastor will officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Rose Cemetery.

York Dispatch March 22, 1988 
Fink, Augustus Reginald (I3522)
243 Abstract of the will of Reuben Hunt, Bath County, Kentucky, record of wills, page 12. Will made 10 July 1822. Probated January 1826. Names wife Nancy and two youngest sons Joseph and William. Also names children: Pheobe, Nancy, Elizabeth, Jeremiah, Samuel, Rebecca Rice, and Polly. Named executors wife Nancy and Dazel Hunt, son of John Hunt. Witnessed by Joseph Williams, Dazel Hunt, Jr. Hunt, Reuben Solomon (I3649)
244 Adelene McClanahan
March 20, 1926 - July 21, 2017

Adelene McClanahan of the Locust Grove Community of Williamstown, was born March 20, 1926 in Grant County, KY, and died Friday, July 21, 2017 at the Grant Center, in Williamstown at the age of 91.

She was the daughter of the late Jesse and Tinnie Kinman Hicks, a farmer and former assembler for the Gibson Winery, and a member of the Gumlick Baptist Church. On September 6, 1944 she was united in marriage to Joseph Junior McClanahan who died March 14, 2007. In addition to her parents and husband, she was also preceded in death by 2 sons, Robert Allen and James Garol McClanahan

Funeral services will be 2:00pm Saturday, July 30, 2017 at the Elliston-Stanley Funeral Home, followed by burial in the Williamstown Cemetery. Visitation will be 4:00-9:00pm Saturday, July 29, 2017 at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations are suggested to: Bluegrass Hospice Care Navigators, 7388 Turfway Rd. Florence, KY 41042. 
Hicks, Adelene (I3744)
245 ADELLA, daughter of WILLIAM and ELIZA CASSITY, married P.B.POUND who died 1923. 4 children, BESSIE FISHBACK, Laclede MO; NELLIE HUTCHINSON, Gladwater TX; Mrs GEORGE BUMGARNER, Brookfield MO; Rev J.PRESLEY of Palmyra MO. 9 June 1925 married M.L.McINTYRE who survives with the children, brothers R.W. of Purdin and J.A.CASSITY, Topeka KS; sisters Mrs JESS GARRETT, Browning MO; Mrs FRANK PULLIAM, Mrs FRED CASSITY; Mrs EARNEST PEARSON and Mrs WILLIAM STONE of Purdin. Services M.E.Church by Rev J.B.SCHOL. (The Browning Leader-Record, issue 30 July 1931, Browning MO and Doni Wright.) Cassity, Adell Alice (I2560)
246 age calculated from marriage record. Boyse, Mary (I4651)
247 AGED 4 YEARS, 8 MONTHS Youngest Son of John William and Ona Mae (Garrett) Hedges was born 19 Jan 1921, Died 19 Sept 1925. He leaves his Parents, and Brothers Lee Ellis and Ivan Jessie Hedges. Services at the Church of Christ in Purdin, MO. Burial at Purdin Cemetery, Purdin, Linn CO., MO [ From The Browning Leader-Record, issue Sept 24, 1925 MO Death Cert. # 27484.
Hedges, Irvin Francis (I211)
248 AGED 50 Years, 6 Months, 5 Days Daughter of DELPHUS S. and AMANDA "ANNA" (CASSIDY) SMITH, born in Putman CO., MO, on 21 Sept 1875. She moved many years ago to Linn CO., MO and lived in Purdin, MO. She married JOSEPH F. SOUTHERLAND on 8 July 1894. They had 2 Children--Mrs MILO STREET of Falcon, CO and W. R. SOUTHERLAND of St. Joseph, MO. She died 26 March 1926 in the MO METHODIST HOSPITAL in St. Joseph, MO. Burial will be in the Purdin Cemetery. She leaves her Husband, Children, Parents, 1 Sister-- Mrs W. I. GARRETT of Montrose, SD; 3 Brothers-- A. E. SMITH of Valporaiso, NE; HARRISON SMITH of Purdin, MO ; and R. C. SMITH of Marceline, MO [Information from The Browning Leader-Record, issue April 1, 1926] Smith, Minnie (I4506)
249 AGED 68 YEARS, 8 MONTHS, 6 DAYS MARY FRANCES (OGLE) HAWKINS BIVENS was born Northeast of Purdin, Linn CO., MO on 24 July 1859, where she lived until she died 31 March 1927. She married STRAUTER HAWKINS, who died a few years later, 3 Children were born- LAURA HAWKINS, J. I. HAWKINS, and CURTIS HAWKINS. She then married GEORGE T. BIVENS on 25 July 1898, 1 Child was born- CARL BIVENS. Services were on 1 April 1927. Buried in the Family burying ground near Father and Mother, Ogle Cemetery, Linn CO., MO -This information is from The Browning Leader-Record, issue April 7, 1927 Ogle, Mary Frances (I2890)
Julia A. Hedges, who is believed to have nearly been 100 years old, was found dead in bed at her home, 1012 Rhode Island Street, yesterday morning by her son, Jonas Hedges. Her husband, Monroe Hedges, who says he was 105 years old Feb. 11, survives her.
Mrs. Hedges came with her relatives from Flemingsburg, Fleming County, Kentucky, about seventy years ago and settled in Indianapolis. At that time Indianapolis was a village, and the greater part of the houses were located west of the river. Mr. Hedges arrived a few weeks later and he and Mrs. Hedges were married. At first they lived in a tent, but soon secured a house. Mr. Hedges was a wagon maker and he also worked on the old Madison Railroad. At present he lives in a little house back of the one occupied by his son. There is an old wagon shop on the lot, where he spends the greater part of his time. Coroner Nash held an autopsy on the remains of Mrs. Hedges yesterday and decided that death was due to senile debility.

The Indianapolis Sentinel---May 6, 1899 
Sparks, Julia A. (I450)

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