Helen I. Whitenight
Press-Enterprise, Bloomsburg, PA - November 12, 1973
Helen I. Whitenight, 62, of 804 Market Street, Bloomsburg, died at 4:55
p.m. Friday in Bloomsburg Hospital of complications. She had been a
patient for 12 days.
She was the daughter of the late Warren E. And Stella Hack Roat of the
Danville area and was a graduate of Danville High School, class of 1929,
and Bloomsburg Hospital School of Nursing in 1933. She was a member of
the Good Shepherd United Methodist Church and the Bloomsburg chapter of
Order of Eastern Star.
Surviving , in addition to her husband, M. Paul Whitenight, are the
following children: Carl Eugene Whitenight, Berwick; Mrs Margaret W.
Davis, Milton; and Mary Eleanor Beaver, Bloomsburg. A son, McClellen
Paul Whitenight died in 1957. Also surviving are a sister, Mrs Walter
Riley, Danville, and a brother George W. Roat, Harrisburg; eight
grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held at two p.m. Monday from the Harry W.
Rishel Funeral Home, Eighth and Market streets, Bloomsburg, with the
Rev. William Glant, her pastor, officiating. Burial will be in New
Frances Emily (CATRON) VAUGHAN
Frances Emily CATRON, daughter of Sylvester and Mary Catron was born June 22, 1858, and died December 7, 1934, being 76 years, 5 months and 15 days old.
She was united in marriage to William Thomas Vaughan, 1879. To this union were born nine children, the husband, and two children preceding her in death.
She leaves to mourn her death seven children, Mrs. Nettie Glanders of Depew, Oklahoma., Mrs. Mayme Hays of Marshalltown, Iowa; Mrs. Maud Swearengen and Mrs. Mable Barcley from Springfield, Carlie at the home; Mrs. Eva Harris of Lagrande, Iowa; and Mrs. Gertrude Ray of Birmingham, Ala.; one brother, two sisters and many friends.
Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon at Lindley Prairie church by Rev. Jones, paster of the Paynterville M.E. church. Burial was in Lindley Prairie cem. under direction of Crow & Barker.
Maude Madolin (VAUGHAN) SWEARENGIN
Entered Into Eternal Rest Saturday, Feb. 12, 1977
Services for Mrs. Maude SWEARENGIN, 88, of 1308 North Franklin, will be at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in Klingner Chapel with the Rev. Buddy Woods officiating. Burial will be in White Chapel Cemetery under direction of Klingner.
Mrs. Swearengin died at 9:40 a.m. Saturday in Maranatha Manor after a long illness.
Additional survivors are three sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Ray, 1736 North Kentwood, Mrs. Mabel Rider, Kansas City, and Mrs. Eva Harris, Marshalltown, Iowa.
William T. VAUGHAN
William Thomas VAUGHAN, 74 years old, died at the family home on North Sherman street [Lincoln, Illinois] at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, February 5 . He was a coal miner by occupation, a native of Kentucky, and had lived in this state [Illinois] for the past sixty years. Decedent is survived by an aged wife, who is at present sick in bed, and by several children, one daughter being Mrs. William J. Williams of this city. The other surviving children are William T. Vaughan of Fairplay, Mo., and Ely Vaughan, of Springfield, Ill. Decedent was born in Leavenworth, Kentucky, Jan. 15, 1834. He moved to Sullivan, Ill., in 1856, where he was married to Betsy Ann Hogget. To this union eleven children were born, but only three survive.
Funeral at the family home on North Sherman street at 3:30 o'clock Friday afternoon, conducted by Rev. W. H. Cannon. Interment in Union Cemetery.
William T. VAUGHAN
William Thompson [should be Thomas] VAUGHAN, a Kentuckian and a coal miner, died at his home on North Sherman street, at 2:30 p.m. February 5 . The decedent was 76 years of age and worked in the Latham mine. When he was stricken with his last illness he was a trapper, being unable to dig coal on account of his physical infirmities. The deceased leaves a wife and several children, one of the latter being, Mrs. W. J. Williams, of this city. The funeral will be held at 3 p.m., Friday.
William Thomas VAUGHAN
William Thomas VAUGHAN son of William T. and Betsy Ann VAUGHN was born January 1, 1850, and died March 27, 1934, at the age of 84 years, 2 months, and 27 days.
He was married to Frances Emily CATRON in October, 1879. To this union were born nine children, two preceding him in death, Willie dying in infancy and Ruth Ellen at the age of 26.
Those left to mourn his death are his wife and son Carley of the home address, six daughters, Mrs. Nettie Glanders of Depew, Okla.; Mrs. Mayme Hayes of Marshalltown, Iowa; Mrs. Eva Harris of Legrand, Iowa; Mrs. Maude Swearengin and Mrs. Mable Barclay of Springfield, Mo.; Mrs. Gertrude Ray of Birmingham, Ala.; one sister of Lincoln, Ill.; nineteen grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren.
The deceased came to this country from Illinois in early manhood, and with the exception of a few years spent his whole life at his home two and one-half miles southwest of Bear Creek.
Uncle Bill, as he was known to his many friends, was always ready and willing to lend a helping hand in sickness or need, and while in the last few years of his life he had been in very poor health, he was always solicitious of those around him.
He was converted and professed his faith in God under Holiness preaching several years ago.
He was a kind and loving husband and father, a good neighbor who will be sadly missed by all.
Funeral services were held at Lindley Prairie church at 2 o'clock, Saturday, March 31.
Pg 10--Thursday April 8, 1993
MARTINSVILLE DAILY REPORTER
Thomas D. Cherry
Thomas Dwight Cherry, 78, 439 Dale St., died April 7, 1993, at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis.
The son of George F. and Avis L. Holmes Cherry, he was born Sept. 7, 1914, in Gosport. He married Mary "Mag" Mason on May 6, 1946. She survives.
Mr. Cherry was a 1933 graduate of Gosport High School. He was a Navy Chief Warrant Officer, retiring in 1964 after 30 years in the service. He then was employed for 12 years with the Mayflower Trucking Co. He retired in 1976.
He was a member of the Navy Retired Officers Club, was a prisoner of war from May 6, 1942 to Sept. 2, 1945, and received the Bronze Star and a Prisoner of War Medal. He was one of the few survivors of the "March of Bataan." Other survivors include one son, Mike Cherry, Martinsville; one daughter, Linda Asher, Paragon; two brothers, James Cherry, Albany, Ga., and Duane Cherry, Martinsville; four sisters, Georgia Allen, Alberta Leonard and Phyllis Manley, all of Martinsville, and Janice Applegate of Paragon, and three grandchildren, Michele Cherry and Jared and Alisha Asher. Two sisters, Mary Pettit and Helen Cherry, preceded him in death.
The Rev. Guy Cornwell will conduct the 10:30 a.m. service Saturday at Cure & Hensley-Costin Funeral Chapel. Burial will follow in New South Park Cemetery. Friends may call 4 to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.
A-10--Tuesday, June 21, 1994
SANTA CRUZ SENTINEL
Santa Cruz, California
Thomas Dwight Cherry Jr.
There will be no services for Thomas Dwight Cherry Jr., who died at his Soquel home Saturday after a long illness. He was 56. A native of San Diego, Mr. Cherry came to Santa Cruz in 1980.
Mr. Cherry worked for Sears, Roebuck and Co. for more than 3O years. His last position was manager of the Capitola Mall Sears store. He was a past president of the Capitola Host Lions Club. His other major interests were related to the Early-V8 Ford Club of America and the Ford Museum in Sacramento, where he made major contributions.
He is survived by his wife of 33 years, Robyn Clarisse Cherry, of Soquel; his son Thomas D. Cherry III of Soquel; two daughters; Susan Cherry Boyer of Hollister and Renee Doan of Idyllwild; five grandchildren; his parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shuhart of Ontario; and numerous nieces and nephews.
At his request, no services are planned. Norman's Family Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Contributions may be made in his memory to the Lions Eye Foundation c/o Pacific Medical Center, P.O. Pox 7999, San Francisco, Calif. 94120, or to a favorite charity.