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Contributed Norfolk, Virginia Obituaries

March 16, 1931 - Virginian Pilot

Mrs. Hazel Louise Whitehurst of 1255 West 40th Street, died at a local
hospital today at 6 a.m.  Besides her husband. W. W. Whitehurst, she is
survived by four daughters, Mrs. Nellie Webb, Mrs. Thelma Strider, and
Misses Hazel and Eunice Whitehurst, all of Norfolk; three sons, Walter,
Thomas and William Whitehurst, of Norfolk and one brother, Thomas
Brockett, of Goldsboro, NC.

The body was removed to the Hollomon-Brown funeral home, where funeral
services will take place tomorrow at 3 p.m.  Burial will be in Forest
Lawn Cemetery.

Funeral services for Mrs. Hazel Louise Whitehurst were conducted at the
Hollomon-Brown Funeral Home yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock by the Rev.
W. H. Garman, pastor of Old Zion Christian Church.  During the services,
the church choir sang "Nearer, My God To Thee", and "God Be With You,"
and Miss Pauline Steen, accompanied on the piano by Miss Ruby Lytle, sang
"God Will Take Care Of You".  Pallbearers were J. L. Simmons, J. R.
Washington, J. E. Steen, T. M. Lily, B. B. Leigh and G. R. Kiass.  Burial
was in the Forest Lawn Cemetery.


March 4, 1934 - Virginian Pilot

William Walter Whitehurst, 52, died at the residence, 1401 West 39th
Street, yesterday morning at 6:30 o'clock.

He is survived by four daughters, Mrs. W. C. Strider, Mrs. E. L. Stewart,
Mrs. P. C. Webb, and Mrs. C. E. Burns, three sons, Walter L., Thomas M.,
and William E. Whitehurst; a sister, Mrs. B. R. Manby, and a brother,
Charles E. Whitehurst, and three grandchildren, all of Norfolk.  Mr.
Whitehurst was a native and life-long resident of Norfolk.

Funeral services will be conducted at the Hollomon-Brown Funeral Home
this afternoon at 2 o'clock.  Burial will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery.

Submitted by S. Laurin.  Email address

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