Frances Anna CAMP * Hazel E. CARNCROSS * Leota M. CARNCROSS * Mrs. Eldora STONER CARPENTER * Vadis CLARK * Mrs. Margaret CHESTNUT * Mrs. Katherine COLE * Bernard COLLINS

Frances Anna CAMP

Reading Hustler, Hillsdale Co., Michigan, 19 October 1910, p.1.

Frances Anna, the month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.E. CAMP, living in the Bradley district, died early Saturday morning from cholera infantum. Funeral services were held Sunday and burial made in West Reading cemetery.

Submitter: Nancy Nally


Unknown Newspaper, Hillsdale Co., Michigan, April 1975

Mrs. Hazel E. Carncross, 83, of 738 Carncross Road, Pittsford, Mich., passed away suddenly Tuesday morning, April 15, [1975] at her home. Hillsdale County Coroner A.R. Leonard ruled her death due to natural causes.

Mrs. Carncross was born March 25, 1892 in Gratiot County, Mich., the daughter of Findley and Arminta Porter MacIntosh. She was a graduate of Hudson High School in 1911, and married Cecil B. Carncross on Sept. 19, 1912 at Hillsdale. They lived their entire married life on the Carncross Centennial Farm in Pittsford Township, Hillsdale County. Mr. Carncross survives.

She was the manager of the Pittsford High School cafeteria more than 20 years before retirement; was a member of the Osseo United Methodist Church; a past president of the Pittsford Women's Club; a member of the Lickley's Corners Community Club; member of Lickley Corners Grange, Pomona Grange, State and National Granges; member of the Arthur Day Farm Bureau Group; a member of the Pittsford Library Board, where she also worked in the library; and was a member of the W.C.T.U. at Pittsford.

Surviving besides her husband, Cecil, are; one daughter, Mrs. Lawrence (June) Weaver of Delta; two grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and two step-grandsons; one sister, Mrs. Kenneth (Mae) Hale of Pittsford, and one brother, Floyd MacIntosh of Wheeler, Mich.

Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Friday in the Brown Van Hemert Funeral Home, Hudson, Mich., with Rev. Marlon Nye officiating. Interment was made in the Lickley Corners Cemetery.

Submitter: Pat McArthur


Unknown Newspaper, Hillsdale Co., Michigan - abt Dec. 12, 1973

Service Set Mrs. Carncross
PITTSFORD - The funeral service for Mrs. Leota M. Carncross, 76, who died Tuesday, has been set for 2 p.m., Thursday in the Eagle Funeral Home, Hudson.

The Rev. Glenn Williams will officiate.

Mrs. Carncross was born April 9, 1897 in Putman County, Ohio.

She was a member of the Prattville Community Church and an honorary member of the Lickley's Corners Woman's Club and the Bradenton, Fla. Grandmothers Club.

On April 15, 1914, she was married to Ray Carncross. He died Feb. 12, 1965.

She was also preceded in death by a son, a sister, a brother and three grandchildren.

Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Wayne (Anne) Mohr of Pittsford and Mrs. Margaret McCollough of Bowling Green, Ohio; two sons, Roy and Max, both of Pittsford; a sister, Mrs. Grace Town of Pittsford; a brother, Floyd Jenkins of Sutan, Wash.; 15 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.

Submitter: Pat McArthur


Reading Hustler, Hillsdale Co., Michigan, 24 February 1898, p.1.

Mrs. Eldora CARPENTER. Died at her home in Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. 15, 1898, Mrs. Daniel CARPENTER, of cancer, aged 35 years and 10 months. Deceased, whose maiden name was STONER, was born in Reading, where she lived until grown into womanhood.
In 1887 she was married at Bryan, Ohio, to Daniel CARPENTER, and for a time lived at Montpelier, Ohio, where she experienced religion and united with the U.B. church.
Later they removed to Peru, Ind., where she joined the M.E. church and here she also became identified with the Rathbone Sisters, being a prominent member thereof. The 1st of December last she was taken to Indianapolis, where she underwent a second operation in hopes of receiving relief from her affliction, but her life gradually ebbed away.
A husband, mother, sister and two brothers mourn the loss of a devoted wife, daughter and sister. The remains were brought to this place, her childhood home, Friday and the funeral was held Sunday afternoon at the home of her mother, Mrs. Melinda DAVIS, conducted by Rev. J.W. VICKERS. The interment took place in Maplewood cemetery.

Submitter: Nancy Nally

Mrs. Margaret CHESTNUT

Reading Hustler, Hillsdale Co., Michigan, 23 May 1906, p.1.

Mrs. Margaret CHESTNUT died yesterday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W.W. BOWER, after an illness of five months. Deceased was 87 years of age. Funeral at the house Friday, 10 o'clock. Obituary next week.

Submitter: Nancy Nally


unknown newspaper - Feb. 24, 1970 written on obit

Vadis Clark Dies At 55
JONESVILLE - Vadis Clark, 55, a resident of Allen Park and formerly of Jonesville, died Tuesday at the Grace Hospital in Detroit following an illness of one and a half years.

He was born in Ransom on June 17, 1914, the son of Haskell and Floris Freeze Clark and had lived in Jonesville before moving to Allen Park.

He was a member of LaFayette Lodge 16, Jonesville; Allen Park TEA 113, OES; Amaranth Courth 17, Allen Park and the Allen Park Church of Christ.

He was married to the former Betty Woodard, who survives, as does a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Doris) Stanley of Detroit; other survivors include his mother, Mrs. Ray Kelley of Pittsford, two sisters, Mrs. Thomas (Marie) Conner of Belleville and Mrs. Harold (Doris) Hewitt of Benton Harbor; a brother, Vernon of Camden and one grandchild.

Funeral services are set for Friday at 1 p.m. at the Thompson Funeral Home at Allen park with burial in the Senset [sic] View Cemetery at Jonesville. Masonic rites will be said at the grave.

Submitter: Pat McArthur

Mrs. Katherine COLE

Reading Hustler, Hillsdale Co., Michigan, 12 August 1908, p.1.

Mrs. Katherine COLE, for many years a resident of Reading township and village, died Aug. 9 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Geo. E. PALMER, in Quincy township, aged 71 years. Funeral services were held yesterday, conducted by Rev. L.A. MILLER; burial at West Reading. Obituary next week.

Submitter: Nancy Nally


Reading Hustler, Hillsdale Co., Michigan, 27 March 1912, p.1.

H.G. STIEFEL went to Kalamazoo Monday after the remains of Bernard COLLINS, who died in the asylum there Sunday.

Submitter: Nancy Nally

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