Group 4 and 38 - Descendants of an unknown Zimmerman-222353
likely of Switzerland
who came to North America in various emigrations


1756. Leonard Irvin Carpenter

CENSUS: 1920 US Census - with parents
CENSUS: 1930 US Census - with mother and step-father
CENSUS: 1940 US Census - with mother but married and with son.
See mother's notes.

Name: Leonard Irvin Carpenter
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 08 Aug 1989
Event Place: Orange, California, United States
Birth Date: 06 Oct 1916
Birthplace: Minnesota
Gender: Male
Father's Name:
Mother's Name: Nelson
Citing this Record:
"California, Death Index, 1940-1997," index, FamilySearch ( : accessed 02 Oct 2014), Leonard Irvin Carpenter, 08 Aug 1989; citing Department of Public Health Services, Sacramento.

Leonard Irvin Carpenter
Birth:  Oct. 6, 1916
Death:  Aug. 8, 1989
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Cypress)
Orange County
California, USA
Plot: Sheltering Trees, Map 12, Lot 5201, Space 3

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Given Name: Leonard
Middle Name: I
Surname: Carpenter
Name Suffix:
Birth Date: 6 October 1916
Social Security Number: 445-05-9933
State: Oklahoma
Last Place of Residence: Costa Mesa, Orange, California
Previous Residence Postal Code: 92626
Event Date: August 1989
Age: 73
Citing this Record:
"United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch ( : accessed 02 Oct 2014), Leonard I Carpenter, Aug 1989; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).

1772. Edna Mary Hayes

CALDWELL -- Edna M. Hayes Truax, 97, of Caldwell, passed away Saturdaymorning (Nov. 17, 2012) at the Summit Acres Nursing and Rehabilitationin Caldwell.
She was born Sept. 9, 1915, in Calais, daughter of the late Daniel andBelle Hutchins Hayes.
Mrs. Truax was a lifelong Methodist and mostly recently a member ofthe Caldwell United Methodist Church. She was a 60-plus year member ofthe Order of the Eastern Star, past matron of the Former SummerfieldChapter No. 238 Order of the Eastern Star, district deputy and theGrand Matron of the Order of the Eastern Star in 1966. Most recentlyshe was a member of the Masterton Chapter No. 584 Order of the EasternStar.
For many hears she was a faithful helper to her husband, by providingthe children's message in the churches he served.
She always enjoyed her flowers, but what she loved most was being awife, mother and grandmother to her family.
In addition to her family she was preceded in death by her husband,Rev. Durel E. Truax, whom she married March 19, 1941, and who passedaway July 9, 2004; son, Bobby; four brothers, Truman, Allen "Cap",Irvin "Chick" and David Hayes; four sisters, Nona Hayes, Susie HannahsButler, Nellie Keylor and Grace Claus.
She was loved and will be missed by her family, daughter, Patsy Truaxof Cumberland; two sons, John Truax of Columbus and Gary (Cheryl)Truax of Woodsfield; two grandchildren, Corey (Erica) Truax ofKentucky, Michelle Wegner of Fredericksburg, Va.; twogreat-grandchildren, Austin and Nolan Wegner. She is also survived byseveral nieces, nephews and friends.
Friends will be received Monday, Nov. 19 from 3 to 6 p.m. at theChandler Funeral Home, 609 West St., Caldwell, with Order of theEastern Star services observed Monday at 6.
A graveside service will be 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 20 in the EasternCemetery in Summerfield, with Pastor Jim Cooper officiating.
Sunday 13 Nov 2012 Cambrige Jeffersonian

Hobart A. Bunting

BARNESVILLE---Services have been scheduled for 1 P.M. Saturday atCampbell-Plumy-Milburn Funeral Home for Hobart A. Bunting, 74, Zanesville, formerly of Barnesville, who died Thursday morning (Nov.16, 1989) at Good Samaritan Medical Center, Zanesville.
Evang. Warren Lallathm will officiate and burial will be in Calais Cemetery.  Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. this eveningat the funeral home.
He was born May 24, 1915, at Fairview, son of the late Jesse J.Bunting and Adelia Carpenter Bunting.  He was a retired employee of Ohio Valley Paving Co. and a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II.  He was a member of American Legion Post 168 and VFW Post 2792 both of Barnesville.
He was preceded in death by two sons,  Jackie Lee and Robert L. Bunting;  one daughter, Gloria Jean Bunting and one granddaughter,Heather.
Mr. Bunting leaves his wife,  Bessie Brownfield Bunting;  three sons, Sammie K. Bunting and Hugh Bunting, both of Zanesville and Hollie Bunting of Barnesville;  two daughters,  Mrs. John (Barbara) Cooper of Zanesville and Mrs. Jeff (Shelia) Darrah of Orlando, Fla.;  one brother Rodney Bunting of Quaker City;  23 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.  Friday 17 Nov. 1989 Jeffersonian.

Durel E. Truax

CALDWELL---Rev. E. Truax, 85, of Caldwell, died Friday (July 9, 2004)at Southeastern Med. in Cambridge.
He was born June 5, 1919, a son of the late Cletus and Mary BonhamTruax, in Woodsfield.
The Rev. Truax was a World War II veteran where he fought in theBattle of the Bulge with the 264th Field Artillery Battalion as astaff sergeant. He was a Methodist minister for more than 30 years andserved as a past district deputy grand master of the formerSummerfield Lodge F&AM. He retired after 35 years as an employee ofTexas Eastern in Summerfield. He enjoyed growing vegetables and givingthem to friends.
In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by two brothers,Paul and Robert Truax.
He leaves his wife, Edna Hayes Truax of the home, whom he marriedMarch 19, 1941; a daughter Patsy Truax of Cumberland; two sons, JohnTruax of Columbus and Gary (Cheryl) Truax of Woodsfield; twograndchildren, Corey Truax of the U.S. Navy and Michelle Wegner ofQuantico, Va.; two great-grandsons, Austin and Nolan Wegner; threebrothers, Clyde (Wilma) Truax of Barnesville, Junior Truax ofWoodsfield and Charles (Jennie) Traux of Barnesville; three sisters,Esther Wahl of Canton, Doris Keylor of Woodsfield, Jean Reuschman ofLouisville; and several nieces and nephews.
Friends may call 3 to 7 P.M. today (Sunday) at the Chandler FuneralHome in Caldwell, where services will be 11 A.M. Monday with the Rev.Gary Fitzgerald and the Rev. Larry Hukill officiating.
Burial will be at Eastern Cemetery in Summerfield where militarygraveside services will be conducted by Caldwell VFW Post 4721 andBelle Valley American Legion Post 641.  Sunday 11 July 2004 CambridgeJeffersonian Cambridge Ohio.

1773. Nellie Blanche Hayes

CALDWELL - Services will be 11 a.m. Wednesday at Calais CommunityChurch, Calais, for Nellie Blanche Keylor, 92, of Caldwell, who diedSaturday (July 22, 2006) at Marietta Memorial Hospital, Marietta.
Pastor Matt Zurowski will officiate. Burial will follow in EasternCemetery, Summerfield.
Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at McVay-Perkins FuneralHome, Caldwell.
She was born Feb. 10, 1914, in Monroe County, daughter of the lateDaniel and Belle Hutchins Hayes.
Mrs. Keylor was employed as a cook at Shenandoah High School andserved as a clerk for the former K-V Store in Caldwell.
She was a senior companion at Summit Acres Nursing Home, Caldwell, anda member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Masterton Chapter 584, andCalais Community Church.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Ray Keylor, in 1972; threesons, William and Joseph Keylor, and an infant son; four brothers,Truman, Irvin, Allen and David Hayes, and two infant brothers; and twosisters, Nona Hayes and Grace Clause.
She leaves two sons, Manifred (Kathy) Keylor of Woodsfield and CharlesKeylor of New Lexington; a sister, Edna Truax of Caldwell; 10grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and agreat-great-granddaughter.
An online guestbook may be signed at  Monday 24July 2006 Cambridge Jeffersonian Cambridge Ohio.

Ray Keylor

SUMMERFIELD--Village Marshal Ray Keylor, 61, died unexpectedlyThursday afternoon (May 18, 1972) at a farm he owned in the Calaiscommunity of Monroe County.
His body was discovered by a neighbor youth Edsel Hannahs. Dr. DonaldPiatt, Monroe County Coroner, said death was caused by a cerebralhemorrhage.
In addition to his work as marshal of Summerfield, Keylor was employedat Simmons Motor Co. in Woodsfield. He was a member of the FraternalOrder of Police, F&AM Lodge 425 at Summerfield and Calais MethodistChurch.
Born in Monroe County he was a son of William and Louise CrawfordKeylor and had lived in the Calais community until 1965 when he movedto Summerfield.
He leaves his wife, the former Nellie Hayes, four sons, William ofCaldwell, Joseph of Beverly, Manifred of Woodsfield and Charles ofRoseville; three brothers, Edgar of North Robinson, Frank of Clevelandand Dallas of Summerfield; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Aller of Jerusalemand Mrs. Sallie Carpenter, Caldwell; a half-sister, Mrs. Lou Hayes,Zanesville, and eight grandchildren.  A son, grandson and a sister aredeceased.
Friends may call at Bruhbach Funeral Home here from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9P.M. Saturday. Masonic services will be held there at 8 P.M. Saturday.
The Rev. Glenn Saunders and Rev. Durel E. Truex will conduct funeralservices at the Calais Church at 2 P.M. Sunday. Burial will follow inEastern Cemetery.  Friday 19 May 1972 Cambridge Jeffersonian CambridgeOhio

1775. Grace Hayes

Obituary:  Belmont County OGS Book of Obits  April 1985.
Grace A. Claus, 66, a resident of Barnesville, died April 30 inBarnesville Hospital.  She was born Sept. 10, 1918 in Monore County,a daughter of the late Daniel and  Carrie Bell Hutchison Hayes.
She was a Protestant by faith and a member of the Order of EasternStar No. 276 Somerton Chapter and Ladies of the Moose.
She was preceded in death by a daughter,  three brothers and a sister.
Surviving are her husband,  Lewis Claus;  two daughters, Mrs. Oscar(Darlene) Smith of Barstow, CA. and Mrs. Byron (Myra) Morris of Akron;a step-daughter,  Mrs. Floyd (Linda) Crawford of Malaga;  threesisters,  Mrs. Susie Bulter, Mrs. Edna Truex both of Caldwell and Mrs.Nellie Keylor of Summerfield;  a brother, David Hayes of Quaker City;five grandchildren.
Services were held at the Campbell-Plumby Funeral Home, Barnesville,Saturday with the Rev. James Porter officiating.  Burial in OaklawnCemetery, Woodsfield.

Lewis W. Claus

Obituary,  Belmont County OGS Book of Obits.  July 1987

Lewis W. Claus, 75, 60340 Somerton Highway, Barnesville, diedWednesday in Barnesville Hospital.  He was born Sept. 28, 1911 atMiltonsburg, son of the late William and Laura Neisz Claus.
He was a retired employee of Consolidated Aluminum Corp. Claringtonand member of Moose Lodge # 1340, Eagles, VFW all at Barnesville andMasonic Lodge # 354 at Somerton.
He was preceded in death by his wives, Leora Claus and Grace Claus;two brothers, Lawrence and Paul Claus;  a sister Mildred.
Surviving are three daughters,  Mrs. Floyd (Linda) Crawford ofReynoldsburg,  Mrs. Byron (Myra) Morris of Akron and Mrs. Oscar(Darlene) Smith of Barnesville;  a sister, Mrs. Earl (Leona) Skaggs ofBethesda; five grandchild and two step-grandchildren.
Friends will be received at the Campbell-Plumly Funeral Home,Barnesville, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Today, where services will be heldat 1 P.M. Friday.  Burial will follow in Oaklawn Cemetery, Woodsfield.

1776. David G. Hayes

WOODSFIELD---David G. Hayes, 84, of Quaker City, died Sunday (March30, 1997) at his home.
He was born April 17, 1912, near Calais, son of the late Daniel andBelle Hutchinson Hayes.
A retired farmer and and active member of Seneca Valley Church ofChrist, Calais.
He was preceded in death by three brothers, Truman Hayes,  Irvin"Chic" Hayes and Allen "Cap" Hayes;  two sisters, Susan Butler andGrace Claus.
He leaves his wife, Mary Christman Hayes, whom he married Nov. 11,1937;  two daughters and sons-in-law, Marjorie and John Ryan of Seacy,Ark., and Brenda Hayes of Yorktown, Va.;  two sons anddaughters-in-law, Carl and Carol Hayes of Quaker City and Tim andJoEllen Hayes of Cambridge;  two sisters, Mrs. Durel (Edna) Truax ofCaldwell and Nellie Keylor of Caldwell;  seven grandchildren. agreat-grandson and two step-great-grandchildren.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Tuesday at WattersFuneral Home, Woodsfield, where services will be 1 P.M. Wednesday withMinster Robert Vincent officiating.
Burial will be in Calais Cemetery.  31 March 1997 Jeffersonian.

Mary Christman

Mary Eva Hayes, 94, of Quaker City, Ohio died March 12, 2010 at theCambridge Health and Rehabilitation Center, Cambridge, Ohio.
She was born February 29, 1916 near Calais, Ohio a daughter of thelate John and Clara Ackerman Christman.
Mary was a homemaker; loved to quilt and garden; was a member of theformer Seneca Valley Church of Christ near Calais, Ohio and was a 1934graduate of Calais High School.
Surviving are two daughters: Marjorie (John) Ryan of Searcy, Arkansasand Brenda (Pimm) Hiller of Virginia Beach, Virginia; two sons: Carl(Carol) Hayes of Quaker City, Ohio and Tim (JoEllen) Hayes ofCambridge, Ohio; two sisters: Cleo Carpenter of Lewisville, Ohio andHelen Starr of Gahanna, Ohio; two sisters-in-law: Edna Truax ofCaldwell, Ohio and Margaret Christman of Quaker City, Ohio; sevengrandchildren; five great grandchildren; several nieces, nephews andcousins.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband,David Grant Hayes on March 30, 1997 whom she married November 11,1937; a sister, Esta Burkhart; four brothers, Gilbert, Lee, Howard,Herbert Christman; an infant brother, Lester Vearl Christman; manysisters-in-law and brothers-in-law.
Friends will be received at the Watters Funeral Home, 37501 StateRoute 78 West, Woodsfield, Ohio from 4-7 p.m. Tuesday, March 16, 2010where funeral services will be held at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 17,2010 with John Ryan officiating. Burial will follow in the CalaisCemetery, Calais, Ohio.

1777. Truman Cecil Hayes

Truman C. Hayes, 73, Cambridge R.D. 2, died at 4:20 A.M. today (Nov.7, 1978) at Guernsey Memorial Hospital.
He was born July 3, 1905, Calais, the son of the late Daniel and BelleHutchison Hayes, and was a retired coal miner and farmer.
Mr. Hayes leaves four sons, Oscar and Paul, both of Cambridge R.D. 2,Richard of Byesville R.D.1 and Ray of Freeport R.D. 3;  a daughter,Mrs. Nelson (Inona) Hallford of Big Springs, Tex.;  three brothers,David of Quaker City R.D. 3 and Irvin and Allen of Woodsfield;  foursisters, Mrs. Susie Butler and Mrs. Edna Truax, both of Caldwell,Mrs. Nellie Taylor of Summerfield and Mrs. Grace Claus of Barnesville;17 grandchildren;  six great-grandchildren and several nieces andnephews.  His wife, the former Mamie Belle Delong;  a son and a sisterare all deceased.
Friends may call at Thorn Funeral Home on Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7to 9 P.M.   Services will be there on Thursday at 11 A.M. with theRev. Dural Truax officiating.  Burial will be in Northwood Cemetery.Tuesday 7 Nov. 1978 Cambridge Jeffersonian.

2945. Cecil Donald Hayes

Obituary:  Friday 29 April 1977 Times Recorder, Zanesville, Ohio.
Cambridge - Cecil D. Hayes, 33, of 321 Foster Ave., Cambridge, died at11:14 a.m. Thursday at Guernsey Memorial Hospital.
Mr. Hayes was born Sept. 9, 1943 at Cambridge and was the son ofTruman C. Hayes and the late Mamie Belle DeLong Hayes.
Employed by Hinchcliff Products as a maintenance man, he belonged toUnited Brethren Church.
Surviving in addition to his father are his widow, the former VioletWolfe; two stepsons, Robert Kirkman and John Kirkman, both of thehome; four brothers, Ray of Freeport, Richard of Byesville, Oscar andPaul, both of Cambridge Rt. 2, and a sister, Mrs. Nelson (Inona)Hallford of Garden City, Tex.
Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.Sunday at the Thorn Funeral Home at Cambridge.
Service will be held at 11 a.m. Sunday at the funeral home with burialin Guernsey Memorial Gardens.

Evelyn Dolores Toth

Evelyn Dolores Hayes, 70, died Saturday (Oct. 14, 2006) inWesterville, after a long and courageous battle with cancer.
She was preceded in death by her parents, John E. Toth and Mary S.(Hlad) Toth; her brother, John (Chuck) Toth Jr.; and a sister, MarieJ. Larko.
Evelyn is survived by her beloved husband of 47 years, Oscar D. Hayes;her sisters, Sue C. Beros of New Concord and Josephine M. Zombek ofWesterville; and numerous nieces, nephews, a great-niece and many dearfriends.
Evelyn was born Dec. 30, 1935, in Cambridge. She was a member of St.Benedict Catholic Church and graduated in 1953 from St. Benedict HighSchool.
She was a longtime employee of Rink?s Department Store.
Evelyn and Oscar were married June 27, 1959, at Holy Trinity Church,Byesville.
She was a fun, loving and generous individual, as well as a truenature lover. Her unconditional acts of kindness included taking careof homeless animals, visiting the sick, and being generous to those inneed.
She enjoyed the company of her family and friends and always had a wayof showing her love to them in so many special ways, phone calls,surprise visits, and numerous cards and letters.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Black-EppersonFuneral Home, Byesville. A Wake service will be 6:30 p.m. Tuesday atthe funeral home.
Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Benedict CatholicChurch, Cambridge, with the Rev. Robert Borer officiating.
Burial will follow in Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Byesville Sunday 15 Oct.2006 Cambridge Jeffersonian Cambridge Ohio

1779. Allen C. Hayes

BARNESVILLE---Allen (Cap) Hayes,  of Woodsfield, died Monday (June 11,1984) at his home.
He was born May 3, 1910,  son of Daniel and Clara Belle HutchisonHayes.  A Protestant by faith, he was preceded in death by a daughter.
In addition to his wife,  Amelia Stephen Hayes,  he leaves two sons,Gervis of Quaker City and Kenneth of Woodsfield;  two daughters,Gertrude Brown and Mrs. Dale (Almeta) Morris, both of Woodsfield;four sisters, Mrs. Susie Butler and Mrs. Edna Truex, both of Caldwell,Mrs. Nellie Taylor of Summerfield and Mrs. Grace Claus of Barnesville;one brother, David Hayes of Quaker City;  21 grandchildren and 17great-grandchildren.
Friends may call Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. at Campbell-PlumlyFuneral Home in Barnesville, where services will be 1 P.M. Thursdaywith Evangelist James Gallagher officiating.  Burial will be in BostonCemetery.  Tuesday 12 June 1984 Jeffersonian.

Amelia M. Stephen

BARNESVILLE---Services will be 1 P.M. Saturday atCampbell-Plumly-Wilburn Funeral Home, Barnesville, for Amelia M.Hayes, 82, of Woodsfield, who died Tuesday (March 12, 1996) at herhome.
The Rev. William Pickenpaugh will officiate.  Burial will be in BostonCemetery, Boston.  Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Fridayat the funeral home.
She was born Dec. 15, 1913, in Boston (Belmont County), daughter ofthe late William and Othello Powell Stephen.
She was housewife and Methodist by faith.  She was a member of theEagle Auxiliary, Woodsfield and the Moose Auxiliary, Barnesville.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Allen (Cap) Hayes in 1984.Also deceased are a daughter Geneva Leisure;  a grandson,  agreat-grandson;  two brothers.
She leaves two sons,  Gervis Hayes, Quaker City and Kenneth Hayes ofWoodsfield;  two daughters, Mrs. Dale (Almeta) Morris of Woodsfieldand Gertude Brown of Batesville; two sisters, Mrs. Vernon (Cinderella)Butler of Woodsfield and Mrs. Edmund (Marcella) Carpenter ofBarnesville;  22 grandchildren, 43 great-grandchildren and twogreat-great-grandchildren.  14 March 1996 Cambridge Jeffersonian.

1780. Susan Waive Hayes

SUMMERFIELD---Susan Butler, 87, of Caldwell, formerly of Calais, diedat 10:07 P.M. Sunday (Jan. 30, 1994) at Guernsey Memorial Hospital.
She was born Nov. 30, 1906, near Calais, daughter of the late Danieland Carrie Belle Hutchinson Hayes.
She was a member of Caldwell Church of Christ and Caldwell SeniorCitizens.
Mrs. Butler was preceded in death by her first husband, John MilesHannahs, her second husband, Ernest Butler, a sister, Grace Clause,three brothers, Truman, Allen and Irvin Hayes and two grandchildren.
She leaves two daughters, Frances Stoner of Akron and Velma Haga ofBelle Valley; two sons, Austin Hannahs of Sarahsville and EmersonHannahs of Zanesville; two sisters, Nellie Keylor and Mrs. Durel(Edna) Truax, both of Caldwell; a brother, David Hayes of Quaker City;15 grandchildren, several great-grandchildren andgreat-great-grandchildren.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Tuesday atBrubach-Watters Funeral Home, where services will be Wednesday at 1P.M. with Evangelist Robert Vincent officiating. Burial will be inCalais Cemetery. Monday 31 Jan. 1994 Cambridge Jeffersonian CambridgeOhio.

James Miles Hannahs

NAME:  Both James and John seen. Which one is right?

John Miles Hannahs, 51, of Senecaville Route 1,  died sudden Fridayevening in the Guernsey Memorial Hospital following a heart attack.He was admitted to the hospital earlier that day.
Born July 10, 1905 in Monroe County,  he was the son of Elmer and EmmaCarpenter Hannahs.  He was a farmer.
Surviving are his widow,  Susie Hayes Hannahs;  two daughters;  Mrs.Frances Stoner of Akron and Mrs.  Velma Haga of Belle Valley;  twosons,  Austin Hannahs, of Sarahsville and Emerson of Canton;  twosisters,  Mrs. Louise Carpenter of Summerfield and Mrs. Mattie Stevensof Calais;  and two brothers, Irvin Hannahs of Calais and ForestHannahs of Summerfield.
Brief funeral services were held at the Brubach Funeral Home Monday at1:00 P.M. following additional services at the Calais Methodist Churchat 2:00 P.M.  Rev. Delmar Johnson officiated and burial was made inthe Calais Cemetery.   Thursday 3 January 1957 Noble County Leader.

Ernest Butler

Obituary:  Sunday 7 May 1972 Times Recorder, Zanesville, Ohio
Ernest Butler, 78, of Caldwell Route 1, retired state highwayemployee, died at 3:30 A.M. Saturday at Good Samaritan Medical Center.
Mr. Butler was born Jan. 29, 1894, in Noble County a son of John andSamantha VanDyne Butler.  He was a member of the Church of Christ ofGreen Valley.
Surviving are his widow, Susan Hayes Butler; two step-sons, AustinHannahs of Sarahsville and Emerson Hannahs of Zanesville; twostep-daughters, Mrs. Frances Stoner of Akron and Mrs. Thelma Haga ofBelle Valley; 15
step-grandchildren and nine step-great grandchildren; a brother,Sherman Butler of Caldwell Route 1. a sister, Mrs. Stella Rhinehart ofYellow Springs, O.  A brother, Herlan is deceased.
The body was taken to the McVey Funeral Home in Caldwell where friendsmay call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. today and where services will be heldat 2 P.M. Monday with Evangelist James Gallagher officiating.  Burialwill be
in MT. Ephraim cemetery.

1786. Pearl S. Hayes

SUMMERFIELD---Mrs. Pearl S. Hannahs, 64, of Summerfield R.D. 1(Calais) died at her home at 3:35 p.m. on Monday.  She was born inMonroe County on Oct. 22, 1913, the daughter of Abel and Emma DaileyHayes.
Mrs. Hannahs was preceded in death by her husband,  Ervin in 1961.She leaves her daughter,  Mrs. Roger (Emma) Buck of Lower Salem R.D.1;  a son,  Edsel Hayes of Summerfield R.D.1;  two sisters, Mrs. OlivePierce of Quaker City R.D. 1 and Mrs. Shirley Delong of WoodsfieldR.D. 3;  a brother Oather Hayes of Barnesville R.D. 1;  sevengrandchildren.  Three brothers are deceased.
Calling hours at Brubach Funeral Home in Summerfield are on Wednesdayfrom 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.   Services will be held 1 p.m. at Calais Churchon Thursday with the Rev. Myron Guilder and the Rev. Phillip Goldenofficiating.   Burial will be in Calais Cemetery.   Tuesday 3 Jan.1978 Cambridge Jeffersonian.

Ervin Henry "Homer" Hannahs

SUMMERFIELD---Ervin H. Hannahs, 48, died of a heart attack in a fieldnear his home here Friday at 2:30 P.M.   Mr. Hannahs reportedly calledto his wife who with the aid of workers of the Ohio Highway Departmenthelped him to his home.   However,  he died a shortly thereafter.
The victim was born at Calais April 3, 1912 a son of Elmer and EmmaCarpenter Hannahs.
He leaves his widow,  Pearl Hayes Hannahs;  one son,  Edsel and adaughter,  Emma both of the home; two sisters,  Mrs. Louise Carpenterof Summerfield and Mrs. Mattie Stephens of Calais and a brother ForestHannahs of Summerfield R.D. 2.
The body will be taken to the Calais Methodist Church Monday at noonto lie in state until time for services at 1 o'clock.  Rev. MyronGuiler will officiate,  and burial will be made in Calais Cemetery.Brubach Funeral Home is in charge.   Sat.  14 Jan. 1961 CambridgeJeffersonian.

1787. Shirley E. Hayes

Shirley, daughter of Abel Hayes and wife, and Richard, son of J. M.Delong and wife, both of Calais, are announcing their marriage, whichtool place February 16, at Wheeling W.Va. They are highly esteemedyoung people and are now receiving the congratulations of their manyfriends.  Wednesday 1 March 1939 Noble County Leader Caldwell Ohio.

Shirley E. Delong, 92, of 32262 Harper Ridge Road, Woodsfield, Ohio(Calais Community) died Tuesday, April 7, 2009 at the Summit AcresNursing Home, Caldwell, Ohio.
She was born at Calais, Ohio on December 2, 1916 a daughter of thelate Abel and Emma Dailey Hayes.
Shirley was a homemaker, farmer and member of the Calais Church,Calais, Ohio.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband,Richard Delong; one son, Lonnie Delong; two sisters, Olive Pierce andPearl Hannnahs; three brothers, Oather, Owen and James Hayes; aninfant sister and one great grandson.
Surviving are three daughters: Mary Ann Delong of Enon, Ohio, Darlene(Louis) Starr of Temperanceville, Ohio and Josie (Wayne) Back ofTemperanceville, Ohio; two sons: Joseph Delong of Caldwell, Ohio andCharles (Kris) Delong of Lewisville, Ohio; eight grandchildren; 21great grandchildren; two great great grandchildren; several nieces andnephews.
Friends will be received at the Brubach-Watters Funeral Home, 202 MainStreet, Summerfield, Ohio from 5-8 p.m. Friday, April 10, 2009.
Friends then received at the Calais Church, Calais, Ohio from noonuntil time of services at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, April 11, 2009 withPastor Mark Hill officiating. Burial will follow in the CalaisCemetery, Calais, Ohio.
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Richard Delong

SUMMERFIELD---Richard DeLong, 63, of Woodsfield R.D. 3, died at 9:30P.M. Thursday (Jan. 25, 1979) at his home.
He was born in Monroe County on Feb. 14, 1915, the son of Mrs. JosieCarpenter Delong of Summerfield R.D. 1 and the late Joseph DeLong.
In addition to his mother,  he leaves his wife,  the former ShirleyHayes;  three daughters,  Mrs. Mary Ann Lykins of Fairborn,  Mrs.Darlene Starr of Barnesville R.D. 1 and Mrs. Josie Back ofBarnesville;  two sons, Joseph DeLong of the home and Charles DeLongof Lewisville;  eight grandchildren;  three sisters,  Mrs. Betty Batesof Cambridge,  Mrs. Beulah Hackerman of Lewisville R.D. 1 and Mrs.Dorothy Hannahs of Cambridge;  three brothers, Vance of Senecaville;Donnie of Quaker City and Guy of Salesville.  A son Lonnie isdeceased.
Friends may call at Brubach Funeral Home, Summerfield, on Saturdayfrom 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M.  The funeral will be at 1 P.M. Sunday atCalais Church with the Rev. Phillip Golden officiating.  Burial willbe in Calais Cemetery.  Friday 26 Jan. 1979 Cambridge Jeffersonian.

2967. Joseph Delong

Joseph L. Delong, 60, of the Summit Acres Nursing Home, Caldwell, Ohio(formerly of Harper Ridge Road, Woodsfield, Ohio) went home to be withthe Lord Wednesday, January 16, 2013 at the nursing home.
He was born near Calais, Ohio on March 12, 1952 a son of the lateRichard and Shirley Hayes Delong.
Joe was a former laborer and a member of the Calais Church, Calais,Ohio. He was an avid fan of the Shenandoah Zeps and the Ohio StateBuckeyes.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister,Darlene Starr and a brother, Lonnie Delong.
Surviving are two sisters, Mary Ann Delong of Enon, Ohio, Josie(Wayne) Back of Temperanceville, Ohio; one brother, Charles (Kris)Delong of Lewisville, Ohio; and several nieces and nephews.
Friends will be received at the Brubach-Watters Funeral Home, 202 MainStreet, Summerfield, Ohio from 4-8p.m. Friday.
Friends then received at the Calais Church, Calais, Ohio from noonuntil the time of services at 1p.m. Saturday with Pastor Brandon Wardofficiating. Burial will follow in the Calais Cemetery, Calais, Ohio

1789. Oather Hayes

BARNESVILLE---Oather G. Hayes Sr., 72, of Barnesville, died at 9:12a.m. Monday (June 11, 1979) at Barnesville Hospital.
He was born in Monroe County on June 2, 1907, son of Abel and EmmaDailey Hayes.  He was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church inTempersville.
He leaves his wife,  Matilda Vogt Hayes;  six sons. John of CorningR.D.2, Howard, Oather Jr. and Lawrence all of Barnesville, and Donaldand Michael of the home;  two sisters, Mrs. Olive Pierce of QuakerCity R.D. 2 and Mrs. Shirley Delong of Woodsfield R.D. 3; and 14grandchildren.
Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday atSt. Mary's Catholic Church with burial to follow in St. Mary'sCemetery.  Friends may call at Campbell-Plumly Funeral Home,Barnesville, from 7 to 9 p.m. today.  The Rosary will be recited at7:30 p.m. today at the funeral home.  Tuesday 12 June 1979 CambridgeJeffersonian.

Matilda Vogt

Matilda Hayes, 93, Barnesville, OH died Friday, December 5, 2008 atEmerald Pointe Nursing and Rehab in Barnesville. Born September 17,1915 in Temperanceville to John and Margaret (Butler) Vogt.
She was a member of St Marys Catholic Church.
Preceded by husband - Oather G. Hayes, Sr; infant daughter;daughter-in-law - Toni Hayes; 5 sisters - Marie and Grace Carpenter,Helen Atkinson, Agnes Clucus and Stella Mehler and a brother -Lawrence Vogt.
Surviving are 6 sons - John of Corning, OH, Howard (Kathie) ofBarnesville, Oather, Jr. (Pat) of Barnesville, Lawrence (Joyce) ofCaldwell, Donald (Beth) of Temperanceville and Michael (Diana) ofTemperanceville; 18 grandchildren and 25 great grandchildren.
Visitation Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 (Vigil Service at 7:30 PM) atCampbell-Plumly-Milburn Funeral Home, 319 N. Chestnut, Barnesville,OH. Mass Monday 1PM at St Marys Catholic Church, Temperanceville withMSGR Mark Froehlich officiating. Burial in St Marys Cemetery.