Hayslip Obituaries, Deaths, and Other Related Information

 

 

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Notes on sources:

The Peoples Defender and the Adams County Record are Adams County, OH, newspapers.

 

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Alberta R. Carter Haislip (September 12, 1997, The Kansas City Star, Missouri)

Alberta R. Carter Haislip, 56, Kansas City, MO, passed away September 9, 1997, at Trinity Lutheran Hospital. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Saturday, September 13, at the Lawrence A. Jones & Sons Linwood Chapel, with the Rev. Alvin Dixon officiating; burial in Forest Hill-Calvary Cemetery. Visitation will be 6-8 p.m. Friday at the chapel.

Ms. Haislip was born February 20, 1941, in Liberty, MO, to Ruth Amelia Irvin-Holiday and Willard Edward Irvin. She was the third of five children. She professed her beliefs and hope in Christ at an early age. Alberta was united in Holy Matrimony to Booker Thomas Carter, Sr. They were blessed with seven children, two daughters and five sons. She later married James Haislip in 1985. Shortly after, she went on by herself continuing to fulfill her family obligations. She received her license to practice nursing in 1976, continuing her education at Penn Valley Community College and Park College. ``Bert'', or ``Ms. Alberta'', as she was known by everyone, was truly a virtuous woman. She was very affectionate to her children, family, and friends. She was employed with Western Missouri Mental Health Center, in the state of Missouri. She leaves to cherish her memory, her mother, Ruth Holiday, Utica, MO; her brother, Carl Irvin, Kansas City, MO; two daughters, Tanya D. Dixon and Evon R. Carter, both of Jefferson City, MO; five sons, Booker T. Carter, Jr., Kirk A. Carter, Darryl B. Carter, Michael W. Carter, Marvin E. Carter, all of Kansas City, MO; seven granddaughters; nine grandsons; two nieces; three nephews; other relatives and friends. (Arrangements: Lawrence A. Jones & Sons Funeral Chapel).


Annabelle Turner Haislip (April 25, 1996, Greensboro News & Record, North Carolina)

Mrs. Annabelle Turner Haislip, formerly of Greensboro, died Sunday, April 21, 1996, in Cambridge, Mass. The funeral services were held Wednesday, April 24, 1996, at 7:00 p.m. at Union Baptist church in Cambridge, Mass. A graveside service will be 2:30 p.m. Friday, April 26, 1996, in Maplewood Cemetery in Greensboro.

Surviving are nieces and nephews and friends of Greensboro. Community Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.


Dorothy Haislip (September 05, 1995, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Missouri)

Dorothy Haislip, 79, of St. Charles, died Thursday (Aug. 31, 1995) at her home. A funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Peter's Catholic Church, 324 South Third Street, St. Charles. Burial will be at Calvary Cemetery, 5239 W. Florissant Road, in north St. Louis. Visitation will be from 4 to 9 p.m. today at Baue Funeral Home, 620 Jefferson Street, St. Charles.

Mrs. Haislip was a homemaker. She was a member of the Friends of the Pink Sisters, an order of cloistered nuns in St. Louis. Among survivors are three daughters, Sharon D. Steis of Imperial, Joyce Garcia of Fort Worth, Texas, and Michele C. Wiechens of St. Charles; two sisters, Catherine Bergfeld of St. Louis and Eustacia Henrich of St. Charles; four grandchildren and two great-grancdhildren.

Memorials for Masses or to the hospice at St. Joseph's Health Center can be made in care of the funeral home.


Dorothy E. Haislip (June 09, 1993, The Morning News Tribune Tacoma, WA)

Pacific Rim; Washington

Haislip, Dorothy E., 95, Puyallup, died June 5.


Evelyn M. Haislip (January 20, 1993, The Morning News Tribune Tacoma, WA)

Pacific Rim; Washington

Haislip, Evelyn M., 75, Tacoma, died Jan. 8


Patricia Ray Haislip Martin (August 24, 1997, The Kansas City Star, Missouri)

Patricia Ray Haislip Martin, 44, Kansas City, MO, passed away Wednesday, August 20, 1997,at Vencor Hospital of Kansas City. Funeral services will be 12 noon Saturday, August 30, at New Landmark United In Christ Deliverance Ministry, 3114 Paseo, Kansas City, MO; burial in Blue Ridge Lawn Cemetery. Friendsmay call 9 a.m.-12 noon Saturday at the church. (Arrangements: E.S. Eley & Sons Chapel).


Robbie Lee Haislip (April 14, 1995, The Courier-Journal Louisville, KY)

SELLERSBURG   -- Robbie Lee Haislip, 86, Old State Road 60, died there Thursday. She was a member of First Church of God in New Albany. Survivors: a daughter, Mrs. Sam (Mary) Collins; and a sister, Mrs. Coy (Virginia) Simmons of Shelbyville, Tenn; two grandchildren; and two great- grandchildren. Funeral: 11 a.m. Saturday, New Garr Funeral Home, 7806 Highway 311. Burial: Kraft-Graceland Memorial Park. Visitation: 2-9 p.m. Friday.


 

 

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David W. Hayslip (The Peoples Defender, 20 November 1920)

Heart Trouble Causes Death Of David W. Hayslip, well known farmer North of West Union.

David Wilson Hayslip,  aged 58 years,  one of the best known citizens of this part of the county,  died at his home about four miles north of West Union,  last Sunday evening about eight o'clock.  He had been in failing health from heart trouble for quite awhile, and his condition had been considered serious for three weeks.    The deceased was a son of the late Wilson and Nancy Hayslip,  and was born in the same home in which he died,  the old Hayslip homestead.  He was well liked by his neighbors and friends and took an active interest in farm movements and other matters.  He was a member of the Presbyterian church at Wheat Ridge and of the Modern Woodman Camp at West Union.    Mr. Hayslip is survived by his wife,  who was Miss Ella Hatfield,  and five children,  Miss Lucille,  at home,  Mrs. Charles R. Holmes,  Mrs. O.F. Williamson and Mrs. Nate Howell, of West Union, and Raymond Hayslip, living on the home farm.    He is also survived by one brother James T. Hayslip, of West Union.    The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon,  services conducted at the Presbyterian church here by Rev. Mark G. Clayton and assisted by Rev. W.R. Brodt.  Burial in the Odd Fellows cemetery. [Contributed by Sherry Parks]


Mrs. Edward Hayslip    (Adams County News, 26 April 1951)

Mrs. Sarah Jane Hayslip,  75,  died at 8:30 a.m. Thursday of complications at her home on Blue Creek. She leaves her husband,  Edward Hayslip, and the following children,  Elmer of Peebles rt.2,  Gustie Parks, Mrs. Laura Reed, Berlin and Walter Hayslip, all of Blue Creek.  Also surviving are a sister and two brothers.   Funeral services were at 2:00 p.m. Saturday at Moores Chapel with Rev. W.E. Mills officiating and burial was in the church cemetery under the direction of William Lafferty Funeral Home.


Elizabeth Pear Hayslip Griffith, d/o Mollie & William Hayslip, was born in Adams Co.,OH., 23 April 1913 and left this earth to join her Heavenly Father on 1 March 1995 at the age of 81yrs. 10mo. and 5 days. Elizabeth was preceeded in death by her parents and two brothers, as well as "foster parents" who reared them. Many of her child-hood years were spent in the Adams County Children's Home.

Elizabeth was united in marriage to ALONSO WALLINGFORD (Lonnie) GRIFFITH on 22 February 1932. To this union was born (3) children: Mary Frances (FRITZ), Lonnie Jr., Karen Sue. As time passed, Elizabeth was blessed with (2) gr-daughters, (2) gr-sons, (2) gr-granddaughters, a loving daughter-in-law, (2) sons-in-law, and a grandson-in-law.

Elizabeth was preceeded in death by her husband, Lonnie, and her (2) oldest children Mary and Lonnie Jr. Though heavily burdened, she managed to surmount her grief, and provided the love, devotion and time to become the cornerstone of her family's lives. A life-long homemaker, she turned her talents to baking and cooking for others. Her blackberry cakes became a Legend to all who knew her. Elizabeth's happiest moments were those spent with her beloved daughter, Karen, and other members of her family. She gave her un-divided attention, love and energies to meeting her family's needs (scratching feet, cooking shrimp or macaroni and cheese, going to the Mall or just listening to plans, hopes and dreams.)

Elizabeth was a faithful attender of The First Church (Disciples) until ill health prevented her from personally giving of her time. She remained faithful to God and prayer in her interest of other Church members.

Elizabeth is survived by: her daughter, Karen Lewis and son-in-law, Dallas; grand-daughters, Vicki Fritz and Dee Ann Malott; grandsons, Brett and Brandon Griffith; daughter-in-law, Judy Griffith; grandson-in-law, Jeff Malott; gr-grand-daughters, Meredith and Lindsey Malott and a host of friends and neighbors. Though gone from us in body, Elizabeth will live forever with us in our hearts, minds and spirits. We thank God for blessing us with her presence and for allowing us to know and love her. [Contributed by Sherry Parks]


Ethel Mildred Taylor Hayslip (The Peoples Defender, 14, December 1994)

Ethel Mildred Taylor Hayslip was born May 20, 1925, at Lynx. She passed on to be with our heavenly Father on December 1, 1994, at the age of 69 years, six months, and 12 days.

Ethel never met a stranger and would welcome anyone into her home.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Vada Cooper Taylor, when she was still a little girl. She was lovingly raised by her father Tom Taylor, who passed away in 1973. Her only brother Ray gave his life in World War 11.

Ethel went on to marry Earl Hayslip who passed away in 1977. This union was blessed with nine children who made her life complete. There were six sons and three daughters – in – laws, Kenneth (Fletch) and Sally, William (Dune) and Janice, Bobby, Arnold, Steve and Lori, and Bradley Hayslip, all of Lynx. Three daughters and three sons – in – law Eileen and Tom Jones, Ann and Paul Horne of West Union, and Mary and Tony Riviotta of Cleveland. Three granddaughter’s, Heather Hayslip Stapleton, Crissia Horne and Tonya Hayslip Jones, and one grandson Eric Hayslip.

She leaves a host of friends and neighbors having spent her entire life in the Lynx area. Ethel will be greatly missed by family and friends [Contributed by Sherry Park].


Icie Faye (Hayslip) Moore (The Peoples Defender, 30 June 1927)

Icie Faye Moore, wife of Hosea Moore, was born Sept. 2, 1904, she quietly departed this life April 2, 1927,  age 22 years, 7 months and 1 day.  She was the youngest daughter of Sarah Jane and Ed Hayslip.   January 11, 1923  Icie Faye was united in marriage to Hose Moore and to this union were born 2 children, Estel age 3 years and an infant son followed her in death.  She leaves to mourn her loss a loving husband, one child, father and mother, four brothers and three sisters and a host of friends and relatives.  [Contributed by Sherry Parks]


James Thomas Hayslip (The Peoples Defender,  October 1926)

James Thomas HAYSLIP, the son of William Wilson HAYSLIP and his wife Mary Jane Postlewaite HAYSLIP was born on the old homestead about four miles north of West Union, Ohio, June 16, 1857 and departed this life at his home in West Union on Oct. 25, 1926 at the age of 69 years,  4 months and 10 days.    In 1885 on Sept.3,  Mr. Hayslip was united in marriage to Miss Sarah Ella Leach to which union one daughter was born but died at age of a little over a year.  The wife passing to her reward in 1894.    On March 26, 1902 Mr. Hayslip was married to Miss Minnie Thompson and to this union 3 children were born,  one son died in infancy and two children Mary and Wilson Legrand survive to mourn their loss.  Mr. Hayslip was the last surviving member of his fathers family,  one brother and one sister having preceded him in death.    Mr. Hayslips life was greatly saddened when his wife passed away on Feb. 5, 1924. [*transcriber's note* this listed his mother as Mary Jane Postlewaite... all other sources has her as Nancy Jane Postlewaite *] [Contributed by Sherry Parks]


Lloyd Elvin Hayslip (The Peoples Defender, 14 October 1998)

Lloyd Elvin Hayslip, son of Elvin Hayslip and Ocie (Easter) Hayslip, was born November 26, 1913, in Adams County at Blue Creek.  Lloyd departed this earthly life on October 4, 1998, at the Eagle Creek Nursing Center in West Union, at the age of 84 years, 10 months and 8 days.  Lloyd had  lived his entire life in the Blue Creek (Lynx) area. He had been a patient at the Eagle Creek Nursing Center since April 15, 1997.    On June 21, 1932, Lloyd was united in marriage to Ida Myrtle (Price) Hayslip.  To this union nine children were born, eight of whom survive.  Four sons: Lloyd Hayslip Jr., Ray Hayslip and James B. Hayslip, all of Lynx; Thomas Lester of Nelsonville, Ohio; four daughters: Gloria Fenton of West Union, Ocie Bunch of Sidney, Ohio; Janet Risch of Cainbridge, Ohio and Carol Knauff of Seaman, Ohio.  Four sons-in-law and three daughters-in-law.  One sister, Hildra Martin of McDermott, Ohio.    Lloyd was preceded in death by his wife, Ida (Price) Hayslip in 1975 and a son Robert Hayslip in 1971; two brothers, Ozies Hayslip and Lester Hayslip; also his mother and father; one grandson, Thomas Lester Hayslip and one great grandson, Zackary Richardson.   Lloyd owned and operated a sawmill for many years,  also he and wife Ida,  owned and operated the Hayslip Grocery in Lynx.  Lloyd was a U.S. Army Veteran having an Honorable discharge in 1945. Lloyd was also a Kentucky Colonel. [*transcriber's note - the above word Cainbridge - this is what it states in the obit, but I suspect this could possibly be a typo for Bainbridge*] [Contributed by Sherry Parks]


Robert Eugene Hayslip (The Peoples Defender, 1980)

Robert Eugene Hayslip, son of Elmer and Dollie Parks Hayslip,  was born in the Fawcett community,  near Peebles,  Ohio,  on November 29,  1937.  On September 25, 1980, the Death Angel called for him in the Adams County hospital,  where he had been a patient for one week...On September 9,  1961 he was married to Jo Ann Arey,  who survives.  Two children a son Michael Eugene and a daughter Tammy Jo - both at home.  Also survived by three brothers - Everett of Albion, Michigan: Roland of Washington Court House, Ohio and Oscar of Vera Beach,  Florida;  three sisters Mrs. Bessie Atkins and Mrs. Flo Frost both of Peebles,  and Mrs. Lourea Conn of West Union.  He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers Glenn and Earl  and a sister Helen Kay... Burial was in the Locust Grove cemetery - Funeral was officiated by Rev.Volley Reed and Rev. Steve Sokola. [Contributed by Sherry Parks]


Thomas Hayslip (Adams County Record, Thursday 12, July 1906)

Thomas Hayslip, died Monday July 1906, of stomach and heart trouble. Funeral was held Wednesday, with burial at Liberty Chapel.   He was a civil war veteran, he served in Co. K, 141st O.V.I.  He was born 30, September 1833. He married Elizabeth Rothwell in 1853, they had ten children, six of which are still living – Sarah I. Young, Mahala Staggs, John C., Milton L., Lucy Lucas and Crayton. His wife died about ten years ago and he married the second time 29, December 1898 to Margaret A. Young, who survives. [Contributed by Sherry Parks]


Webster Hayslip (The Peoples Defender, 12 December 1907)

Webster Hayslip, the youngest son of J.W. Hayslip died at Good Samaritan hospital in Cincinnati.  He took sick and was removed from the home of his sister - in - law Mrs. Samuel C. Hayslip to the hospital,  he died of typhoid fever. Mr. Hayslip had been working in the printing establishment of George Bryan ever since he went to Cincinnati fourteen years ago.  It is the intention to bring the remains to this place for burial,  provided a certificate of removal can be obtained - providing the difficulty arising from the contagious element of the disease he died from. [Contributed by Sherry Parks]


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Kathleen Hazlip Henderson (January 08, 1994, Saturday State Times/Morning Advocate (Louisiana))

Henderson, Kathleen (Hazlip) died noon Friday, Jan. 7, 1994. She was born Dec. 2, 1917, in Rosetta, Miss., and was a longtime resident of Baton Rouge. Body was donated to Tulane Medical School. Memorial services will be held at a later date. Survived by two daughters and sons-in-law, Linda H. and Earl H. Blackburn III, Baton Rouge, and Cynthia H. and Joseph Lobue, Hammond; three sisters, Mary H. Hahn, Pearlington, Miss., Pearl H. Bueche, Jarreau, and Nina H. Sturdivant, Rosetta; and nieces and nephews, including Doris and A.D. Carter, Baton Rouge. Preceded in death by husband, Robert Maxie Henderson; six brothers, George, Henry, John, William ,Thomas and Barney Hazlip; and four sisters, Enola Barrier, Virginia Cobb, Josie Lyles and Florence Hazlip.


Lela Oleta Hazlip (April 19, 1994, The Baton Rouge (Louisiana) Advocate)

Lela Oleta Hazlip died Monday, April 18,1 994, in Natchez Community Hospital, Natchez, Miss. She was 89, born Nov. 14, 1904, in Amite County, Miss., and a resident of Crosby, Miss. She was a retired nurse and homemaker. Visiting at Brown Funeral Home, Gloster, 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and after 8:30 a.m. Wednesday. Religious services at the funeral home chapel at 10 a.m. Wednesday, conducted by the Rev. Ron Stanley, the Rev. Byrd Hillman and the Rev. Bryant Hazlip. Interment in Roseland Cemetery, Gloster. Survived by two sons, Joseph G. Hazlip, Baton Rouge, and the Rev. Bryant Hazlip, Crosby; two daughters, Frances H. Sibley, Baton Rouge, and Christine H. Crumholt, Denham Springs; eight grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; four sisters, Wilhemina Hazelwood, Opelousas, Sallie Cobb, Crosby, Jeanette Anderson, Liberty, Miss., and Beatrice Causey, McComb, Miss.; and a brother, Leon Bryant, Liberty. Preceded in death by husband, Willie G. Hazlip; parents, Van Camp and Nettie Cobb Bryant; a sister, four brothers and two grandchildren. She was a member of Mars Hill United Methodist Church


Pauline Hazlip (August 04, 1997, The Baton Rouge (Louisiana) Advocate )

A caregiver for the elderly and resident of Baton Rouge, she died Saturday, Aug. 2, 1997, at Baton Rouge General Medical Center. She was 73, born Nov. 8, 1923, in Wilkinson County, Miss. Visiting at Brown Funeral Home, Gloster, Miss., 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday, and after 8:30 a.m. Tuesday. Religious services at the funeral home chapel at 10 a.m. Tuesday, conducted by the Rev. Bernard Waites. Interment in Roseland Cemetery. Survived by husband, E.F. "Jake" Hazlip; a son, Morris Day Jr.; a daughter, Lindle K. Stewart; three grandchildren, Conya Mobley, Kathee Mobley and Wiskey River; three brothers, Alvin Havard, Donald Havard and Avon McGee; two sisters, Willie Mae Arnold and Hazel Wicker; stepmother, Geneva Havard; the Day family; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by father, K.E. Havard; mother Eunice Enlow Havard; and a brother, C.J. Havard.


Virginia Hazlip Cobb (August 19, 1993, The Baton Rouge (Louisiana) Advocate )

COBB, MRS. T.J. VIRGINIA (HAZLIP) died 11:10 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 17, 1993, at Lane Memorial Hospital, Zachary. She was 91, a native of Rosetta, Miss., a former resident of Centreville, Miss., for more than 30 years, and a resident of the Central area for approximately eight years. Visiting was held at Charlet Funeral Home, Zachary, 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, with a rosary service at 7 p.m. Visiting at the funeral home chapel, 9 a.m. until religious services at 11 a.m. Thursday, conducted by the Rev. Joel LeBauve. Interment in Greenoaks Memorial Park. Survived by a son and daughter-in-law, Robert "Edwin" and Betty Holmes Cobb, Central; four sisters, Pearl Bueche, New Roads, Nina Sturdivant, Rosetta, Miss., Kathleen Henderson, Baton Rouge, and Mary Hahn, Pearlington, Miss.; a sister-in-law, Gracie Leak Hazlip, Crosby, Miss.; 10 grandchildren, Robert and Andey Cobb, Watson, Randall and Theresa Cobb Williams, Central, Donald and Barbara Cobb, Gastonia, N.C., Michael "Mike" Cobb, Central, Victor and Karen Cobb Anderson, Shreveport, and Thomas "Tom" Cobb, Baton Rouge; and eight great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be grandsons. Preceded in death by husband, Thomas Cobb Sr.; a son, Thomas Cobb Jr.; parents, John and Bethel Day Hazlip; six brothers, George, Henry, Jack "John," Thomas "Buster," William "Bully" and James "Barney" Hazlip; three sisters, Enola, Josie and Florence. She was a member of D.A.R., Baker Exxon Annuitant Club and more than 50 years with Home Extension Service of Louisiana. Memorial donations may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital or to a favorite charity.  

 


 

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Abstracted Death Certificates from Adams County, Ohio ( abstracted by - Sherry Parks)  

Angeline Hayslip b- 24, Oct. 1854 d- 7. Dec. 1937 cause - Mitral Insufficiency twp.- Tiffin burial - IOOF cemetery / West Union father - John McDine mother- Amy Wilbern informant- Frank Hayslip [husband]  

Sarah Elizabeth Hayslip (widow of Hall Hayslip) b- 26, Dec. 1866 in Adams County Ohio d- 14, Nov. 1937 burial- Copas cemetery cause - Cerebral Hemorrhage father - William Lewis  born in Ohio mother- Sarah Hodge twp.- Jefferson informant- Cora Myers  of Peebles Ohio  

Susan Ann Hayslip- widower b- 28,Aug. 1835   Ohio d- 10,Nov. 1915 cause - Mitral lesions of the heart twp.- Green burial- Sandy Springs 12, Nov. 1915 father - Carson Young   born in Ohio mother - Hester Fleming born in Ohio informant - Hattie Hayslip - Buena Vista Ohio  

John W. Hayslip  [married] b- 12, May 1836  in Ohio d - 20, Jan. 1915 cause - concussion of the brain twp.- Manchester burial - Manchester Ohio father - William Hayslip  born in Ohio mother - ????Wilson [Manir?]  born in Ohio occupation - School teacher informant- Earl Hayslip of Manchester

J. Hall Hayslip b- 29, July 1873 in Ohio d- 1937 occupation - farmer father - William Hayslip born in Ohio mother - Mary Frances born in Kentucky Burial - Copas cemetery   9/5/1937 informant- Minta Daulton of Peebles  

Mary Graham Hayslip [wife of Wesley Hayslip] b- 14, Sept. 1870 in Ohio d- 6, Sept. 1945 cause - Heart failure twp.- Brush Creek burial- East Liberty cem. mother - Lucinda Taylor born in Ohio father- James Wesley Graham born in Ohio informant- Clarence Louderback  

Hettie Hayslip    [single] b-15, Oct. 1866 d- 1, April 1942 cause- Uremia twp.- Manchester burial- Sandy Springs mother- Susan Young  born in Ohio father - Richard Hayslip  born in Ohio informant- Laura Hayslip of Manchester  

James Wesley Hayslip [husband of Mary Hayslip] b- 6, April 1861 d- 29, Aug. 1942 cause - Uremia twp.- Brush Creek burial  - East Liberty Cemetery mother- Sidney Rothwell born in Ohio father - John Hayslip  born in Ohio informant- Clarence Louderback  

Alonzo Hayslip [husband of Betty Hayslip] b- 21, Sept. 1873 in Ohio d- 6, Nov. 1934 cause- HOMICIDE twp.- Brush Creek burial- White Oak Cemetery mother- Betty Taylor born in Ohio father- James Hayslip born in Ohio *Injury occurred at Thompsons store in Cedar Mills,  he was shot through the heart with an automatic pistol in the hands of Floyd Covert.  

Margaret Ann Hayslip [wife of Thomas Hayslip] b- 22, May 1858  in Ohio d- 4, March 1934 cause - Lobar pneumonia twp.- Brush Creek burial- East Liberty Cemetery mother - unknown   born in Germany father- Casper Rhodes  born in Germany informant - Paul Campton of Lynx,  Ohio  

Hattie Hayslip [wife of Samuel Hayslip] b- 3, Aug. 1869  born in Ohio d- 11, Nov. 1935 cause- Heart disease, gangrene and adema twp- Sprigg burial - Liberty cemetery father- John Taylor born in Ohio mother - Mary Abbott born in Ohio informant - Ola Satterfield of Bentonville,  Ohio  

Sarah Jane Hayslip [wife of Edward Hayslip] b- March 1876  in Ohio d- *********1951 twp.- Brush Creek burial - Moores Chapel cemetery cause- father - Hugh Ross mother - on certificate this is blank - from personal research I know her name was  Sarah Jane Taylor informant - Edward Hayslip  

Leslie Conner Hayslip  [husband of Bertha Hayslip] b- 4, Dec. 1909  in Stout Ohio / Adams County d- 18, March 1936 twp.- Jefferson cause -  Tuberculosis burial- Copas cemetery father - John W. Hayslip born in Ohio mother - Mary Ann Rogers born in Ohio informant - Bertha Hayslip of Stout Ohio  

Edward D. Hayslip [husband of Elva J. Hayslip] b- 2, Dec. 1873 in Ohio d - 10, Nov. 1937 twp.- Tiffin Burial - IOOF cemetery in West Union cause - Tuberculosis father - John Hayslip born in Ohio mother - Nancy Young born in Ohio informant - Mrs. Elva Hayslip of West Union    

 

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CEMETARY LISTINGS [Contributed by Donna Hile and Sherry Parks]

 

Maysville, KY Cemetary

Lawrence Co., OH, Cemetary Index

 

HAYSLIPS buried in Maysville,KY Cemetery

HAYSLIP, Anna D.   died 13 Oct.1944

HAYSLIP, Jacob  died  7 Feb.1937

HAYSLIP, James H.  died 22 May 1944

HAYSLIP, Joseph  died 13 Nov. 1973

HAYSLIP, Minnie E.  died 26 Mar. 1980

 

Lawrence Co., OH, Cemetary Index

HAYSLIP, Ella M.   Rome   New Rome Cemetery

HAYSLIP, John A.  Rome    New Rome Cemetery

HAYSLIP, ?         Rome    New Rome Cemetery

HAZELETT, Harlan  Union   Union Hill Cemetery

HAZELETT, Harriett    Union   Union Hill Cemetery

HAZELETT, James   Union   Union Hill Cemetery

HAZELETT, Mary V. Union Union Hill Cemetery

HAZLETT, Esther Nichols  Union   Union Hill Cemetery  

 

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Kentucky Death Index 1911-1996

 

Name of Person Who Died Date of Death County of Death County of Residence Age at Death Volume Certificate Number
America Hayslip 28 July 1927 Mason   60 Years 27 16571
Jasper Hayslip 12 Oct 1918 Jefferson   26 Years 18 27305
Anna D. Hayslip 09 Oct 1944 Mason Mason 68 Years 44 23269
Elias C. Hayslip 05 Feb 1937 Mason MAYSVILLE 58 Years 37 05541
James A. Hayslip 20 May 1944 Mason Mason 1 Month 44 12501
Ralph F. Hayslip 08 Oct 1963 Fayette Ohio 44 Years 63 23443
David W. Hayslip 19 Jun 1988 Greenup GREENUP 13 Years 88 18118
Fred Hayslip 01 Apr 1985 Mason Mason 84 Years 85 10366
James E. Hayslip 25 Mar 1981 Fayette Mason 61 Years 81 08291
Joseph R. Hayslip 10 Nov 1973 Mason Mason 57 Years 73 29510
Martin L. Hayslip 05 May 1986 Mason Ohio 45 Years 86 13244
Minnie E. Hayslip 23 Mar 1980 Mason Mason 54 Years 80 06775

 

Miscellaneous

Adams Co. Gen. Society Library (found in the family files) [Contributed by Donna Hile]

Be it remembered that on the 19th day of March 1861 information was given by William TAYLOR to J.W. NELSON Coroner of the County aforesaid that the dead body of Elizabeth HAYSLIP supposed to have come to her death by violence, had been found near the house of William TAYLOR on Dunlaps Run a branch of Ohio Brush Creek about three fourths of a mile from Brush Creek Forge in Jefferson Twp., Adams County,OH.

I issued a warrant for the time being which was in the words and figors following to wit:

The State of Ohio Adams County to John PUNTENNY Sr. Constable for the time being greetings:

Whereas information has been given to me J.W.NELSON Coroner of Adams County that the dead body of a woman has been found at Dunlaps Run in Jefferson Twp. supposed to have come to her death by violence.

You are therefore commanded to summons (6) Jurors residence of said county, having the qualifications of electors to appear fourth with at the said place where said body was found and make legal and diligent search and inquiry and true representation make as to the manner and by whom the deceased came to her death and of this writ make legal servise and due return given under my hand and seal this 19th day of March 1861......J.W.NELSON, Coroner of Adams Co. and the said Constable at the place aforesaid where said body was found returned to me the said venire indorsed as follows:

Served the within writ of the following persons to wit:

Henry SCOTT, John SCOTT, John F. LITER, Henry WORTMAN, Isaac WATMAN, Aaron MEEKER, John PUNTENNT Constable.

List of supeonas...William TAYLOR, Mary HAYSLIP, James HAYSLIP, and Richard HAYSLIP


Irena "Rena" REED d/o Thomas REED & Mary HAYSLIP, born -- Sep. 1891 Adams Co.,OH; died 25 Feb. 1957 Hayswood Hosp., Maysville, KY; married [no date] Grover KIDDER. [Contributed by Donna Hile]

 

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