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51 born at11:47P.M. Hughes, Jerry Jean (I9062)
52 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I16124)
53 Called Tater. Anderson, George W. (I4568)
54 Charles told me his grandparents was Benjamin B. and Lucella Alemda? Lemaster Rhodes.

Name: Lucitta Rhodes
Home in 1880: Union, Mason, West Virginia
Age: 37
Estimated birth year: abt 1843
Birthplace: West Virginia
Relation to head-of-household: Wife
Spouse's name: Benjamin
Father's birthplace: WV
Mother's birthplace: WV
Neighbors: View others on page
Occupation: Keeping House
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Female
Cannot read/write:


Deaf and dumb:

Otherwise disabled:

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Household Members: Name Age
Benjamin Rhodes 43
Lucitta Rhodes 37
James W. Rhodes 20
Barbara J. Rhodes 18
Martha A. Rhodes 13
Samuel R. Rhodes 11
Sarah M. Rhodes 6
David Livingston 3

Benjamin Rhodes
Estimated birth year: abt 1834
Age in 1870: 36
Birthplace: Virginia
Home in 1870: Cologne, Mason, West Virginia
Family and neighbors: View Results
Race: White
Gender: Male
Value of real estate: View image
Post Office: Cologne

Name: Samuel Rhodes
Age in 1860: 34
Birth Year: abt 1826
Birthplace: Virginia
Home in 1860: District 2, Mason, Virginia
Gender: Male
Post Office: Point Pleasant
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Household Members: Name Age
Samuel Rhodes 34
Margaret C Rhodes 26
Mary J Rhodes 8
Parcilla J Rhodes 6
Rachael E Rhodes 4
Flona A Rhodes 2 
Lemasters, Lucretia Almada (I20)
55 children. Hartley, Harry (I2828)
56 Delta "Evelyn" Hoschar, 83, of Point Pleasant died Dec. 6, 1999, in Pleasant Valley Hospital.

She was a homemaker.

Surviving: daughters, Sally McComas of Apple Grove, Phyllis Roe of Point Pleasant, Sandra Montgomery of Parkersburg; sister, Molly Perry of Pierpont, Ohio; four grandsons; five great-grandchildren.

Service will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Wilcoxen Funeral Home, Point Pleasant, with Max Spurlock officiating. Burial will be in Lone Oak Cemetery, Point Pleasant. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.

Roach, Delta Evelyn (I2507)
57 Died of Dropsy/ Heart age 66 years Sept 4, 1913.

In the 1870 Census they list Andrew 21 farm work. Rhoda E. 26 bo rn in P A. Martha F. 2 and Athena B. 2 months.
Age when died 66.
He has a will on record in Mason Co., WV book 4 page 177 made Sept.,19 11 p robated Dec. 6, 1913.

Mason Co. History list him as being in the Civil War. CO. C. 13th REGT.

They are both buried in the old Hoschar (also known as R. P. Bell far m) Ce metery on Sand Hill road.
Part of this family I got from the Mason Co. History submitted by Jam es He rman Hoschar, but the most I got from the court house records and ce meteri es of Mason Co., WV.
The Mason Co. WV death 1854-1916 list Andrew K. Hoschar age 66 died.

In his will he names Foster and Ina Hoschar as grandchildren.
At time will was made he listed he had three son and three daughters liv in g.

V. Foster Born 1898 died 1917 age 22y 5m 25 days. He was married to E th yl at time of death and they had a male child was born May 5, 1915.
Ina L. Hoschar born____ Died _____She married John D. Brewer Oct 22 1917 .T hey are the children of John Wesley by first wife.

Plant book has death as Oct. 11, 1849. I have more on this line I c an en ter later from the book. The name is Genealogical Outlines of ni ne Branch es of the Plants Family by the The History Committee of the Plan ts Reuni on Association Aug. 1 1947.

Name: Ina Hoschar
Age in 1910: 12
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1898
Birthplace: West Virginia
Relation to Head of House: Granddaughter
Father's Birth Place: West Virginia
Mother's Birth Place: Ohio
Home in 1910: Lewis, Mason, West Virginia
Marital Status: Single
Race: White
Gender: Female
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Household Members: Name Age
A K Hoschar 61
Rhoda Hoschar 66
Roster Hoschar 14
Ina Hoschar 12
Howard E Greenter 6

Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934
about Andrew K. Hoschar
Name: Andrew K. Hoschar
State Filed: West Virginia
Widow: Rhoda E. Hoschar

This Clifton Hoschar goes with this family branch somewhere.

Jake M. Burns, 80, of Point Pleasant, formerly of Columbus, Ohio, died M on day, March 27, 1995 at Care Haven Nursing Home.
Born June 4, 1914 in Hogsett, WV, he was a son of the late Isiaah a nd Co ra (Harbour) Burns. He was a laborer and attended Clifton Tabernacle .
He was also preceded in death by his wife, Jesse (Cundiff) Burns; a step da ughter, Freda DeWeese; five brothers, Luther, Charlie, Dewey, Virgil a nd B ill Burns; two sisters, Ruby DeWitt and Effie Jones; and a granddaugh te r, Carmen Compson.
Survivors include three sons and daughters-in-law, Ben and Darlene B ur ns of Columbus, Ohio, Stanford and Dorothy Burns of Columbus, Ohio a nd Mi ke and Bell Burns of West Columbia; two daughters and son-in-law, Ma rlyn a nd Larry Bugg of Clifton and Ella Hoschar of New Haven; a stepdaugh ter, Ma ry Lieving of Point Pleasant; a sister, Dorothy Shultz of Ashle y, Ohi o; 15 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, and several step grand childr en and step great-grandchildren.
Service will be at the Foglesong Funeral Home Wednesday, March 2 9, at 1 p. m. with Rev. George Hoschar officiating. Burial will foll ow in Kirkland Me morial Gardens. Friends may call at the funeral home ton ight (Tuesday) fr om 6-8 p.m. 
Hoschar, Andrew Kriner (I12974)
58 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I12881)
59 Dorcel Lee Campbell, son of Golden and Genevieve Campbell was born Oct. 5, 1948 and departed this life Jan. 16, 1949. He leaves to mourn their loss father, mother, two brothers, Dorsey Delbert and Dallas Royal, grandparents, Abraham and Sylvia Baker and Minnie Campbell Donohue. Funeral service was conducted at the Creston EUB Church with Rev. I. J. McCollum officiating and burial was in the church cemetery. (Jackson Herald, Friday, 28 Jan 1949) Campbell, Dorsel Lee (I15894)
60 DROVEDAHL, ROBERT MALE 10/27/1926 04/28/1992 MICH IG AN ORANGE 382224121 FRAZIER, Drovedahl, Robert (I13142)
61 Ella Samantha Anderson was born in May 1893 in WV. (3) She was born on 6 May 1893 in Jackson Co , WV. (5)(11) She died on 28 Apr 1945 in Jackson Co , WV.(11) Parents: Isaac A Anderson and Ann Elenor Stricklen.
She was married to Isaac David Hoschar on 12 Oct 1907 in Jackson Co , W V. (5)
12 Oct 1907
HOSCHAR, Isaac D. 26 born Jackson Co./residing Jackson Co. [son of Andrew HOSCHAR]
ANDERSON, Ella [S.] 16 born Jackson Co./residing Jackson Co. [dau of Isa ac & Ellen (STRICKLIN) ANDERSON]
Isaac and Eleanor do not have a child in 1900 that could be her - was one left off the census?

Jackson County Death Records:
Hoschar, Ella Samanthy, 4/28/1945, 51y 11m 22d, d Jackson Co, p Isaac & El len (Stricklin) Anderson, b WV, housewife, widow
Hoschar, Isaac David, 10/2/1941, 49y, b Jackson Co, p Andrew Hoschar, b W V, married

Mt Moriah Cemetery, Parchment
Hoschar, Early, Dec 12, 1912-Feb 2, 1822
Ella, May 6, 1893-Arp 26, 1944
Ike, Feb 2, 1879 - Oct 13, 1941
Children were: Mary Adaline Hoschar, Early Hoschar, Jesse William Hoscha r, Andrew Hoschar, Wilmer Hoschar, Hazel Hoschar, Olive Hoschar, Clara Hos char.

Anderson, Ella Samantha 1893 (I11279)
62 Freda Kay was her 1st teacher. Hoschar, Altie Marie (I11525)
63 From a local newspaper

Mrs. Mary Florence Flowers, daughter of Solomon S. and Mary Durst Boyer, departed this life at her home in Mt. Alto, West Virginia February 23, 1950. She was born February 14, 1870; age 80 years nine days. ( maybe 1871 1900 census)

She was united in marriage to Alfred Bertrum Flowers July 21, 1895. To this union were born five daughters Mrs. Ella Arzina Hartley and Mrs. Pearl Bennett of Cottageville; Miss Mary Hazel Flowers of Lucasville, Ohio; Mrs. Edith V. Sayre of Thornville, Ohio, Mrs. Edna Thornton of Pt. Pleasant, and Bernard E. Flowers at home.
She leaves to mourn their loss husband and all the children; one brother Elsworth Boyer of Leon; three half brothers, John, Charles and Stevie Boy er of Pennsylvania. Three sisters and one brother preceded her in d eat h. Other Survivors include 21 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends.

She was converted and joined the Baptist Church in early life. She w as a kind and loving mother, always ready to help some one in need. She had been in ill health for some time.
Funeral services was held at the Hopewell Baptist Church at Mt. Alto Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock with the pastor officiating and Chuch choir singing.
Burial was in the Blaine Memorial Cemetery at Cottageville.

A precious one from us has gone.
A voice we loved is stilled.
A place is vacant in our home
That never can be filled.

(Ella Arzina was a half sister to the rest her father was Charles Hughes. She was raised by Charles Hughes parents, William and Margaret Her grandm an Hughes, from the time Mary married the Flowers..)

Mary, father was in the Civil War he is buried at Mt. Heborn Cemetery, M t. Alto, WV.

I remember seeing her once Grandma took Imogene and me to see her at M t. Alto she had not been well when we went Mr. Flowers left. Grandma said hed id not care for her. Grandma would have only been 4 when she married Mr. F lowers. Grandma, dad, Charles W. Hughes parents raised her. 
Boyer, Mary Florence (I2693)
64 Funeral services for Andrew Wilson Beattie, 79, of Leon, were held from the Creston Church Sunday afternoon with Rev. William Casto of Clarksburg in charge and burial under the direction of the Vail Undertakers was in the Creston Cemetery. Mr. Beattie was born in Pittsburgh, Pa. on March 16, 1868, a son of Moses and Margaret Wilson Beattie and at the time of his death at his home on Leon RFD last Friday was 79 years, 10 months and 14 days of age. He died Jan. 30, 1948 at home of his son Walton Beattie, age 79-10-14.
He married Osa Ola Ray on 14 April 1901, and to this union seven children were born, the wife preceded him in death by several years along with three children. His first marriage was in 1891 to Rebecca Smith and to this union four children were born, the wife and two children preceded him in death. Survivors include two sons, J. Walton Beattie of Leon and Thomas N. Beattie of Charleston; four daughters, Mrs. Burton (Grace) Sayre, Mrs. Paul (Ruth) Cherryholmes and Mrs. Joe (Margaret) Cherryholmes, all of Columbus, Ohio, and Mrs.George (Laura) Wolfe of Toledo,Ohio; two half-brothers, A. L. and J. H. McClure, both of Leon, ten grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. (Friday, 6 Feb 1948) 
Beattie, Andrew Wilson (I16486)
65 Funeral services for Cornelia Agnes Rider Cossin, 90, will be held at the Creston Church this (Wednesday) afternoon with the Rev. I. J. McCollum in charge and burial will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Cossin died at her home at Leon on Monday evening after being in failing health for some time. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Roy Russell (Bertha) Buckalew of Leon and Mrs. Fronus (Lettie) Thornton of Columbus; a brother, Julius Rider of Green Sulphur Springs, and a sister, Mrs. Della Stone of Twin Falls, Idaho, 14 grandchildren, 40 great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by three sons and one daughter, and her husband, Elisha Cossin in 1922. (Friday, 24 Sept 1948)

Cornelia Rider Cossin King daughter of the late Hezekiah and Martha Colter Rider, was born Nov. 29, 1857, departed this life Sept. 20, 1948 at the age of 90 years, 10 months and 19 days. She was united in marriage to Elisha Cossin on April 16, 1873. To this union eight children were born, six of them preceding her in death, Levi in 1913, Bertha in 1914, George Walter in 1916, Harold Hobart in 1927, and two in infancy, Her husband died August 5, 1922, two years later she united in marriage to F. M. King, who passed away Feb. 3, 1926. (Friday, 1 Oct 1948) 
Rider, Cornelia Agnes (I6435)
66 Funeral services for Elisha D. STOVER were conducted at the Creston church on December 30th by Rev. Roy DAVIS of the Cottageville United Brethren church and interment following in the church cemetery. Mr. STOVER died at his home near Evans two days prior to that time and was 73 years of age. J. B. VAIL had charge of funeral arrangements.

Elisha Dunham STOVER, son of Saul and Harriett STOVER, was born in Jackson County, 22 February 1868, and departed this life 28 December 1942, aged 73 years, 10 months and 6 days. In 1890 he united in marriage to Rosa PARSONS, and to this union one child was born, Orville, of near Angerona, WV. His wife departed this life in 1891.

In 1892 he was again united in marraige to Miss Lillie CASTO, of Angerona, WV. To this union the following children were born: Early Lee and Rosa Mae, both dying in infancy; Mrs. Bertha ROBINSON and Mrs. Focie HAYMAN of Apple Grove, Ohio; Selvia, Otmer, Velta and Mrs. Hazel MITCHELL of Columbus, Ohio; Mrs. Frances COE of Carbon Hill, Ohio; Cecil and Mrs. Melva HAUGHTER of Parkersburg, WV.; and Wallie of near Angerona, WV., all of whom survive.

He is also survived by the following relatives, two brothers, Bert of Dawes, WV., and William of Point Pleasant, WV.; and five sisters, Minnie, Mrs. Rilla DURST, of Greendale, Ohio; Mrs. Docie SCIENCE of Chestnut Ridge, WV.; Mrs. Belle BOYER, of Letart, Ohio. He is survived by thirty-eight grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. (Jackson Herald, Fri., 9 Jan 1942)  
Stover, Elisha (I2091)
67 Funeral services for Mrs. April Elbine Beegle, 27 year old wife of William G. Beegle, were held from the home of her mother, Mrs. Inez Scarberry, in Cottageville Tuesday afternoon with the Rev. I. J. McCollum in charge and the burial was held in the Ankrum Cemetery. Mrs. Beegle died at her Cottageville home on Saturday after a long illness. April was the daughter of James and Inez Ankrum Scarberry and was born on April 25, 1921 and died 29 May 1948. On 31 March 1946 she married William Beegle. She is survived by her husband and three children, Coralin Irene, Ralph Eudel and James William Beegle; her mother, Mrs. Inez Scarberry; one brother, Woodrow Scarberry of Cottageville and to sisters, Mrs. Ruby Bond of Mason City and Miss Florence Scarberry of Cottageville. Her father and one sister preceded her in death. (Friday, 4 June 1948) Scarberry, April Elbine (I16652)
68 Funeral services for Mrs. Hannah Hunt, widow of the late B. W. Hunt, were held from the Antioch EUB Church Saturday afternoon with the Rev. I. J. McCollum officiating and the burial was in the church cemetery. Mrs. Hunt died at her home on Thursday at the age of 78 years, 4 months and 28 days. Hannah Victoria Flowers was born December 28, 1869 and departed this life May 26, 1948. Mrs. Hunt, who before her marriage was Hannah Victoria Flowers, married B. W. Hunt on November 15, 1889 and their union was blessed with twelve children, six of who preceded the mother in death as did the husband eight years ago. The survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Miller of Parkersburg, and John, Waldo, Lawrence and Roy Hunt, of Cottageville, and an adopted son, Elmo Chambers of Loraine, Ohio. Also surviving are four sisters, 20 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. (Friday, 4 June 1948) Flowers, Hannah Victoria (I3714)
69 Funeral services for Pfc. Millard F. Sayre, 25 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Sayre of Evans, will be held from the Creston Church next Sunday afternoon. The Vail Undertakers at Ripley are in charge of the plans of the funeral and burial. Pfc. Sayre was killed on Okinawa on May 4, 1945 while serving with the 27th Infantry Division. In addition to the parents he is survived by a sister, Mrs. Ruby Ellen Mazzoki of Columbus, Ohio, and his grandmother, Mrs. Florence Sayre of Evans. (Jackson Herald, Friday, 18 March 1949) Sayre, Millard Fillmore 1920 (I10298)
70 Funeral services for Pvt. Laban Sayre were held at the Big Spruce Church near Evans on Sunday afternoon with the Rev. I. J. McCollum officiating and the burial was in the church cemetery. The body of Pvt. Sayre, who was killed in action in Italy on Sept. 19, 1943, arrived at the Vail Funeral Home here last week. He was born at Evans on March 23, 1913, a son of Otho and Susie Hill Sayre. He entered the Army early in the war and served with the 82nd Airborne Division. In addition to the parents he is survived by two brothers and three sisters. (Friday, 13 Aug 1948) Sayre, Laban (I1657)
71 Funeral services were held at the Mt. Hebron Church Tuesday afternoon for the two infant children born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Click of Mt. Alto on Tuesday and both died the same day. The parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Click of Mr.Alto and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sayre of Evans are among the survivors. (Friday, 23 April 1948) Click, Twin A (I3479)
72 Funeral services were held at the Mt. Hebron Church Tuesday afternoon for the two infant children born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Click of Mt. Alto on Tuesday and both died the same day. The parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Click of Mr.Alto and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sayre of Evans are among the survivors. (Friday, 23 April 1948) Click, Twin B (I16611)
73 Funeral services were held at the Mt. Hebron Church Tuesday afternoon for the two infant children born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Click of Mt. Alto on Tuesday and both died the same day. The parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Click of Mr.Alto and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sayre of Evans are among the survivors. (Friday, 23 April 1948) Donohew, Andrew Fisher (I2364)
74 Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Mt. Hebron church for rs. Nannie DURST CLICK, wife of Perry L. CLICK, with Rev. Roy DAVIS, of Cottageville, in charge and burial was in the church cemetery. Nannie DURST CLICK, the daughter of Henry and Alice ANKRUM DURST, was born Aug 27, 1895, departed this life July 26, 1941, age 45 years, 10 months and 29 days.

She was united in marriage to Perry L. CLICK in Oct 1913. To this union four children were born. Two of this number died in infancy. Donald D. and John E. CLICK and their father and two grandchildren, Roy Lewis CLICK and Clarice Eileen CLICK survive.

She leaves to mourn their loss her father and the following brothers, Earl DURST of Gaza, Iowa, Pete DURST of Apple Grove, Ohio, Dennis DURST of Cottageville and Cecil DURST of Weirton, WV; half-brothers, Henry and Click DURST of Newport News, Virginia, Roy DURST of Marmet, Lloyd and Udell DURST of Cottageville, and Bevin and Dale DURST at home. Also the following sisters survive her, Mrs. Emma HUNT of Cottageville, Mrs. Flossie DURST of Newport News, Virginia, and the following half-sisters, Mrs. Margaret STEVENSON of Cottageville, and Miss Laura DURST at home. Three sisters, Icie, Sarah and Ida, and the mother preceded her in death. (Herald, 1 Aug 1941)

Durst, Nannie (I4759)
75 gives age 40 in 1880 census 1900 census giver age 62 Widow no wife, father & mother living with him.

He is listed in the Civil War Buried at Flatwoods cemetery.

Bicknel Anderson 1st. Cpl.;21 (j. M. Johnson); MI 7/20/1863Hemlock; Dese rted, 9/3/1863; son of James and Susan (Hughes) Anders, Lick Run ; born Jackson Co.
Anderson, Charles M. G ., 3rd Sgt.'28 (W. Johnson); MI Hemlock, 7/20/186 3; born Jackson Co., son of James and Susan (Hughes) Anderson, lick Run; married Sarah J. Van Kirk son of John and Eliza Van Kirk Oct. 14, 1860.

B. B. has him born in OH.

Bicknell Anderson was born in Apr 1838 in Ohio.(3) Parents: James 'Jim' Anderson and Susanna Hughes.
He was married to Sarah Ann Hall on 29 Dec 1880 in Jackson Co , WV.(5)
1880 Census Place: Union, Jackson, West Virginia Page 395C
Bicknell ANDERSON Self M S W 40 OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: VA
James ANDERSON Father M M W 79 OH
Occ: Retired Farmer Fa: NJ Mo: NJ
Susanna ANDERSON Mother F M W 78 WV
Occ: Retired Housekeeper Fa: VA Mo: VA

1900 JC Union Dist # 172
Becknel, 4/1838, 62, wd, WV OH WV
Anna, da, 9/1882, WV WV PA
Jennie, da, 12/1885, WV WV PA

Anderson, ____, 9/1881, Beckwell & Sarah, JC, farmer, (f) twin
Anderson, ____, 9/1881, Beckwell & Sarah, JC, farmer, (m) twin, dead Child ren were: Anna Anderson, Jennie Anderson. From Betty Briggs. 
Anderson, Bicknel (I6391)
76 Gives Benjamin Flowers son of Thomas and Mary (McCain) Flowers ; No name died Oct. 15, 1854 single.

In the 1840 census lists males 2 between 0-5 1 between 5-10 1 between 2 0- 30 1 female between 20-30.
In the 1850 census give him living between the Frederick Hoschar and Peter Herdman families. They spelled Hoschar Husher and Herdman Hardman. 1840 gives Ben 38 Catherine as 42. Delila Hughes was living with them give her age 34.
The 1860 census give Ben as 49 wife Matilda 40 Julia A. 16, Susan 13, Wilson 12 Caroline 11 Mary C. 5 D. V. 3 (I think old Ben must have got him self a new wife.) In the 1870 census give his wife as Matilda Staats age 59 his 59. Yes he did get his self a new wife. The 1870 census gave first wife as Katherine or Catherine. I have seen her name both ways.
Matilda Staats was the daughter of Elijah and Mary Staats giving as marrying Ben Feb. 2, 1854.

Name: Benj Flowers
Age in 1860: 49
Birth Year: abt 1811
Birthplace: Virginia
Home in 1860: Jackson, Virginia
Gender: Male
Post Office: Angerona
Value of real estate: View image
Household Members: Name Age
Benj Flowers 49
Matilda Flowers 40
Julia A Flowers 16
Susan Flowers 13
Wilson Flowers 12
Caroline Flowers 11
Mary C Flowers 5
D V Flowers 3

Name: Benjamine Flowers
Estimated birth year: abt 1811 SEE CENSUS
Age in 1870: 59
Birthplace: Virginia
Home in 1870: Union, Jackson, West Virginia
Family and neighbors: View Results
Race: White
Gender: Male
Value of real estate: View image
Post Office: Jackson Court House 
Flowers, Benjamin J. (I565)
77 He was a Chief Master Sgt. in the US Air Force in Washington, DC when m ot her died Stephens, Stephen C. R. (I5927)
78 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13089)
79 His mother lived in Salt Lake City, UT. Shields, Harry (I11008)
80 If you need the information on Hughes' I have it farther back. Hughes, Jeremiah (I6893)
81 In Doctors Hospital West, Columbus, OH Sayre, Henry Raymond (I12184)
82 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1376)
83 John E. Hoschar, 89, of Beaver Falls, died Sunday, December 17, 2006, at Friendship Ridge, Brighton Township.

Born July 31, 1917, in New Brighton, he was a son of the late George and Mary Baker Hoschar. John had worked in road construction and paving for Krepps in Rochester.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his first wife, Flora Mae Elliot, and his second wife, Virginia Pusick; a son, Glenn Hoschar; a granddaughter, Holly Lynn Blake; four brothers, and four sisters.

John is survived by a son, George E. Hoschar, Big Beaver Boro; a daughter, Ruth Blake, St. Cloud, Fla.; his grandchildren, John J. (Angela) Blake, Adrian, Mich.; Robert D. (Patty) Blake, St. Cloud, Fla.; Katie Mae Hoschar, Beaver Falls; Glenn T. Hoschar II, Beaver Falls; Theron Marie Hoschar, Beaver Falls, and Bradley Hoschar, New Brighton; a daughter-in-law, Toni Hoschar, Beaver Falls; 12 great-grandchildren; a sister, Mabel Eiler, New Brighton, and numerous nieces and nephews.

The family will have a memorial service at a later date.

Interment was in Grandview Cemetery.
Hoschar, John Elmer (I13083)
84 Lived in La Platte, Neb. and Seymour, Iowa had 9 children so I have been told. Blacksmith in the Mason Co. census 1850.
Cemetery book has his middle initial as D. should be B. The two children on the family file were born in Mason Co. then must have moveed out west. Elizabeth is buried in Mason Co. in the Hoschar Cemetery. He may have gone west after wife died son Loranzo Conrad Hoschar died in Sarph Co. Nebraska.

On the FTM S.S. Index there is a Bernice Hoschar born April. 15, 1913 died Aug. 26, 1997 S.S. number issued in Iowa died in Northbrook, IL may belong to this family . Not sure if Hoschar is maiden name or married name?
On Vol. 22 of Family Tree Maker list some of the information is wrong. I want to get in touch with the person (if I can) and correct it.

Their marriage is in the Mason Co. marriage of June 29, 1850 to April 1, 1861.
In time I hope to find more on this family.

The census of 1870 in Iowa give him living in Wayne Co. Walnut TWP.

These goes with this family someplace. I need to find where.
Mary Ellen Hoschar married Howard Lloyd Younker son of Lloyd Younker and Essie Buttery. He was born Sept. 25, 1923 Oggallala Keith County Nebra sk a, and died Aug. 25, 1959
1. Donnie Howard Younger married Gale Denise Topliff
2. Timothy Ray Younger married Kathryn Mary Ostrom

Sally Hoschar married Larry John Younger son of Donald Younger and Maxine Hostetter. 
Hoschar, Alexander Blair (I12364)
85 Lora M. Rhodes, daughter of Andrew J. and Martha M. Donohew, was born October 16, 1880, departed this life June 13, 1948, aged 67 years, 7 months and 25 days. She was united in marriage to Marion Sayre December 24, 1897, he passed away June 11, 1900. To this union were born two daughters, Arla Mae Dansbury of Williamsburg, Ohio and Mary M. Miller of Mt. Arab, Ohio. On January 13, 1904 she was united in marriage to John F. Rhodes. She leaves her husband, two daughters, 15 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren. One grandchild and three great-grandchildren have passed to the great beyond. She also leaves four brothers, William J. Donohew of Evans, Okey E. Donohew of Leon, Charley M. Donohew of Evans, and Fred Donohew of Indianapolis, Indiana; and three sisters, Ida Sayre of Akron, Ohio, Addie Scarberry of Letart Falls, Ohio, and Eva Mott of Racine, Ohio. One sister and two brothers preceded her in death. Funeral services were conducted at the Longview Methodist Church June 15, with the Rev. I. J. McCollum of Cottageville officiating. Interment was made in the Longview Cemetery. (Friday, 25 June 1948) Donohew, Lora May (I30)
86 Marion Lee Miller, infant son of Marion Francis and Betty Jane Miller, was born Dec. 20. 1947 and departed this life Feb. 14, 1948, age one month and 24 days. He leaves to mourn their loss his father and mother and one grandmother, Mrs. Ivy Spaulding. Funeral services were conducted at the home of the parents on Feb. 15 and interment was made in the Cherry Grove Cemetery. (Friday, 5 March 1948) Miller, Infant (I10381)
87 Mary F. Stewart, 79, of Letart, went home to be with the Lord on August 8, 2012, at OSU Cancer Center in Columbus, Ohio, after her battle with cancer.

She was born on November 21, 1932, at home in Leon, a daughter to the late Elzie DeVault and Grace Wheeler DeVault. She was a homemaker and loved by all. She was a member of Old Town Board Baptist Church and Maranatha Cornerstone Church, both of Letart.

She is preceded in death besides her parents, by husband, Billy Stewart; son, David Stewart; granddaughter, Tina Stewart; son-in-law, Robert Keyes; and 11 brothers and sisters.

She is survived by sons, Doug (Lora) Stewart of Letart, Dallas (Bonnie) Stewart of West Columbia, Bruce Stewart of Cottageville, Donald (Jennifer) Stewart of Cottageville, Dorsel (Carla) Stewart of Philippi; daughter, Diana Keyes of Cross Lanes; sisters, Merlie (Allen) Hart of Leon, Joan Legg of Leon, Margaret (Charlie) Cain of Leon, Dottie (Sampy) Hart of Leon; brothers, Walter DeVault of Atawah, Tenn., and Paul DeVault of Sidney, Ohio; and 18 grandchildren, 34 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild, along with several nieces and nephews, and many other family and friends.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, August 12, 2012, at the Deal Funeral Home in Point Pleasant, with Rev. Greg Collins officiating. Burial will follow in the Leon Presbyterian Cemetery in Leon. Friends may visit the family from 6-8 p.m. on Saturday, August 11, 2012, at the funeral home. An online guestbook is available at 
Devault, Mary Frances (I2029)
88 Mary Helen Hughes died Mar. 16, 1922 age 10y 11m 9d born Jacks on Co ., WV died Ravenswood.

Name: Mary Helen Hughes
Sex: Female
Death Date: 16 Mar 1922
Death Place: Jackson, West Virginia
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Hughes, Mary Helen (I10268)
89 Mary Jane HUNT SAYRE was born March 2, 1827, in what is now Jackson County, West Virginia. She departed this life May 12, 1923, aged 96 years, 3 months and 12 days. In 1842 she was united in marriage to Elijah SAYRE, with whom she lived happily for sixty-eight years. On October 10, 1910, the unwelcome guest visited her home and claimed her companion.

To this union there were born ten children, six of whom survive. Freelan and Fisher died in infancy. Wesley lived to be a middle aged man, became a farmer and merchant. He died in 1909 at Angerona. Ruble lived to womanhood, became the wife of James BARNETT, died in 1881. The surviving children are: J. C. and E. E., of near Evans; D. L., of Danstown; Jasper, of near Cottageville; Sarah Ann, wife of Allen SHINN, of Cow Run, and Louise, wife of Jonathan CHASE, of Ripley. (Friday, June 1, 1923) 
Hunt, Mary Jane (I3542)
90 not named Hughes
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Hughes, Infant (I6345)
91 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I16415)
92 Orville Olin Hughes, the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville A. Hughes, was buried last Friday in the Ravenswood Cemetery. Cpl. Hughes was killed in action in France on July 31, 1944. He graduated from Ravenswood High School and attended West Virginia Wesleyan College for two years and later attended Marshall College at Huntington. (Friday, 20 Feb 1948) Hughes, Orville Glen (I5102)
93 Oscar SAYRE

Oscar SAYRE, son of David and Marthena HILL SAYRE, was born in Jackson County, May 5, 1856, and died September 5, 1942, aged 86 years, 4 months. On January 23, 1879, he was married to Eliza Jane KING and to this union were born ten children, two of which died in infancy. Surviving him are: A. W. SAYRE, of Akron, Ohio; S. V. SAYRE, of Cheshire, Ohio; E. F. SAYRE, of Point Pleasant, WV.; Mrs. Everett MCINTYRE, of Fairplain; Mrs. Ruth E. SAYRE, and Mrs. T. E. SAYRE, both of Cottageville; Mrs. W. J. WILSON and Mrs. J. C. KEENAN, of Parkersburg, WV. One brother, David SAYRE, of Smithburg, WV., and one sister, Mrs. Minerva DUNLAP, of Inglewood, California.

With the failure of his health and after the death of his wife, he has been ready to leave this world and even prayed to do so. His desire to die was so great that he purchased his tombstone with the date 1941 already carved as the date of his death. During the past few months his suffering was so acute that death came as a blessing. (Jackson Herald, Fri., 18 Sept 1942) 
Sayre, Oscar Labon (I3834)
94 RAVENSWOOD – Lora Elena Lemley Anderson, a resident of the Cavin Fork of Pond Creek, Belleville, passed away in her sleep Sunday morning, July 18, at the home of her nephew in Ravenswood.

She was born November 3, 1913, in Hominy Falls, Nicholas County, the eldest daughter of Charles Marion and Bertha Kate Kester Lemley.

Lora married William Hugh Anderson, October 13, 1936. They lived, reared their children and farmed the Cavin Fork farm that they held so dear to their hearts. She was a member of the Temperance Methodist Church, and more recently, the Pond Creek Baptist Church.

Lora and Hugh were charter members of the Pond Creek Volunteer Fire Department. Lora will always be remembered as “The Pie Lady” for the hundreds of pies that she made during her lifetime, for fire department fundraisers. The Parkersburg News and Marietta AM Cookbook chose her as the grand prizewinner for her “Quaker Oatmeal Pecan Pie”. She was also active in the Wood County Homemakers and was at one time a member of the “Belles of Belleville”. Her nieces and nephews will forever cherish the memories that Aunt Lora and Uncle Hugh provided when they visited the Cavin Fork Farm.

Lora was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Hugh and their children; infant Ellen Diane, Karen Kate and Joseph Hugh Anderson; her parents; brothers infant Charles Lemley, Darrell Lemley, Lowell Lemley and Lawrence Whitman; sisters Maxine Lemley and Aneth L. Sellers.

Four grandchildren, Diane Anderson, Susan A. Longoria, Joseph Anderson Jr. and Brian Anderson; five great grandchildren; four great great grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews who loved her and will miss her dearly survive her.

Lora has chosen to donate her body to science, therefore a memorial service to celebrate her life will be held at 1 p.m., Saturday, July 24, at the Pond Creek Baptist Church. The Reverend Lester Morgan will be officiating.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to either the Pond Creek Baptist Church or the Pond Creek Volunteer Fire Department. 
Lemley, Lora Elena (I11362)
95 Ronda Gail Smith, 21, of Ripley died Feb. 27, 1999, in Women and Children's Hospital, CAMC, after a long illness.

She attended Second Baptist Church, Ravenswood, and was a graduate of Huntington High School.

Surviving: father and stepmother, Lowen W. Jr. and Brenda Harkless Smith of Ravenswood; mother and stepfather, Jeanie Miller Smith and Danny Williams of Ripley; sister, Janie Ann Smith of Ripley; paternal grandparents, Ruby and French Cunningham; maternal grandmother, Elizabeth Miller; great-grandmother, Marion Davis of North Benton, Ohio; niece, Maranda Gail Smith of Ripley.

Service will be 1 p.m. Tuesday at Parsons-Waybright Funeral Home, Ripley. Burial will be in Morgan Cemetery, Ripley. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home
Smith, Ronda Gail (I1849)
96 This information from records copied at courthouse. Price, Benjamin Rathburn (I5112)
97 This information from records copied at courthouse. Parents Benjam in R. a nd Telitha Almends Tolley Price. Benjamin died Feb. 5 1940 age 9 2y 1m 25 d. Ben parents was Henry and Katie Westfall Price.

The birth record and death record doesn't agree birth record has 18 77 bo rn at Laural Run the death record has him death at age 45 which he w ould h ave been born in 1878
John died age 45y 1d, he was a widower 
Price, John Perry H. (I3919)
98 Virginia Lenora (WEBSTER)SHINN was born Feb 27, 1867 and passed away at her home at Mt. Alto March 11, 1941, at the age of 74 years and 14 days.

She was the daughter of S. S. and Amanda I. WEBSTER. On July 17, 1884 she was united in marriage to Abraham SHINN who preceded her in death Nov 11, 1931. To this union eight children were born, only three of whom survive her, Clarence and Wilbur SHINN and Mrs. E. M. CALHOUN, all of Mt. Alto. She also leaves 16 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. She also had one sister, Mrs. P. B. MAYNARD of Williamson, WV., three brothers, N. D. WEBSTER of Mt. Alto, R. M. WEBSTER of Denver, Colorado, and A. S. WEBSTER of Miami, Florida. Mrs. SHINN joined the Mt. Alto Baptist church early in life and had been a loyal member for many years. Rev. W. I. FIBER officiated at the funeral services with Ralph Bush Funeral Home in charge. [She is buried in the Hopewell cemetery, Mt. Alto, WV.] (Herald, 21 March 1941)
Webster, Virginia Lenora (I1685)
99 Wanda Lee Matheny, 80, of Evans, WV, lost her battle with lung cancer, but gained her heavenly crown, July 31, 2014, at her home while surrounded by her family.
She was born May 12, 1934, in Evans, WV, a daughter of the late Jesse O. and Elzona (Sayre) Donohew. Her husband of 47 years, Arthur “Dee” Matheny, sister, Wilma Stewart, and her brother, Chester Donohew also preceded her in death.
She was a homemaker and enjoyed sewing, gardening and cooking.
Wanda was a fun loving woman who never met a stranger. Anyone who came in contact with her said she was a devoted mother and friend to all. Her family and many friends will miss her.
Survivors include her children, Annette and her husband David Oldaker of Cottageville, Alvin Matheny of Fairplain, Roxanna Matheny of Evans, and Kevin and his wife Laura Matheny of Ripley; grandchildren, Brittany Ross, Derek Rhodes, Jesse Matheny, Blake Matheny and Grace Matheny; great grandchildren, Drew Ross, Avery Ross, Kiera Casto, and Ethan Rhodes; stepchildren, Carolyn Altizer and Kay Sias both of Branchland, Elizabeth Bush in Texas, and James Matheny of Midkiff; 12 step grandchildren, 31 step great grandchildren, one step great great grandchild, and one niece and her husband, Karen and Michael DeVault of Evans.
Service will be 7 p.m. Saturday, August 2, 2014, at Casto Funeral Home Chapel, Evans, WV, with John Gunther officiating. Visitation will be 5 p.m. until time of service. Committal service will be 9 a.m. Sunday, August 3, 2014, in the Longview Cemetery Evans.
Flowers are welcome, or donations in her memory to: HospiceCare, 1606 Kanawha Blvd, West, Charleston, WV 25387. 
Donohew, Wanda (I759)
100 WFT vol 8 #2669 has her married to Samuel Horner. Bonnett, Martha (I4903)

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