Richmond Times Dispatch
Richmond Times Dispatch
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Description: Deaths in Virginia: Campbell, Whitley, Hancher, Williams, Greene, Kraft, Rea, Leake, Morse, Hollingsworth, Green, Bush, Hunt

Date: November 20 1915

Newspaper published in: Richmond, VA

Page/Column: 3

Deaths in Virginia: Campbell, Whitley, Hancher, Williams, Greene, Kraft, Rea, Leake, Morse, Hollingsworth, Green, Bush, Hunt

F. L. Campbell of Pulaski County died last night at 9 o'clock in St. Luke's Hospital. He is survived by his wife and by the following children: Mrs. I. Van Doren of Roanoke; Mrs. A. B. Fuqua of Radford; Mrs. James M. Graham of Max Meadows; Mrs. H. A. Hall of Richmond; Mrs. Karl Kregloe of Roanoke, and Robert Campbell of the United States Battleship Kansas; J. P. Campbell of Winston-Salem, N.C.; Fred Campbell of Los Angeles; C. L. Campbell of City Point, and Donald Campbell of Pulaski.

A. Bartow Whitley, twenty six years old, a senior at the Medical College of Virginia, died yesterday morning at 2:30 o'clock at the Johnston-Willis Hospital following an attack of pneumonia, which he contracted on November 8. The body was at once taken to his home in Lithonia, Ga., by his father, J. B. Whitley, who was with his son when the end came. A fellow classmate, F. T. Sutherland, also accompanied the remains. Besides his parents, Mr. Whitley leaves one brother.

Bristol, Va., November 19. Rev. George R. Hancher, a native of Sullivan County, Tennessee, and a graduate of King College, Bristol, prominent as a Lutheran minister and educator, died of pneumonia at Mt. Carroll, Ill., where he was a pastor. He had served churches in Philadelphia and Chicago and as at one time president of the Pennsylvania State Normal at Kutztown. He is survived by his widow, who was a daughter of Rev. George R. Rankin, a noted Presbyterian minister, one son and a daughter. His father was Rev. James K. Hancher, a pioneer Lutheran minister in East Tennessee.

Petersburg, Va., Nov 19. Mrs. Georgiana Williams, wife of Wingfield Williams, died yesterday morning at her home in Prince George County, following an illness of several months. She was seventy two years of age, and besides her husband is survived by two daughters and three sons: Mrs. James Moore, Mrs. Braxton Hall, Richard and Leon Williams, of Prince George, and William Cummins of New York.

Charlottesville, Va., November 19. A. J. Greene, aged 79 years, a well known Confederate veteran and for 25 years a resident of this city, died last night at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Samuel Huffman, at Esmont. During the War Between the States he was a member of Latham's Battery, Pickett's Division. He was twice married. The following children survive: Mrs. Samuel Huffman of Esmont; Miss M. B. Greene of Philadelphia; Mrs. T. W. Giles and W. M. Greene of Richmond; A. L. Greene of Linwood, Pa.; Walter Greene of Old Dominion, Va.; Robert Green of Louisville, Ky.; Mrs. G. A. Fitch and Frank Greene of this city.

Clements Kraft, formerly of this city, died in Buffalo, N. Y., on Saturday, November 13. He is survived by his widow and by one sister, Mrs. A. B. Newheiser of Baltimore, Md. He was a brother to the late Sergeant Frank M. Kraft, who was in is day one of the most popular members of the police force. The funeral took place in Buffalo on Tuesday.

Charlottesville, Va., November 19. Mrs. Georgie W. Rea, aged 65 years, widow of Joseph Rea, for years a prominent farmer of the Crozet section, died at 9:30 o'clock this morning after a brief illness of pneumonia. The funeral will take place from the Hillsboro Baptist Church. Mrs. Rea was Miss Georgie Woods, daughter of the late William Woods of Crozet. Three children survive: Bud Rea of Yancey's Mills; Mrs. Winfield of Richmond, and Mrs. Henry Brown of Crozet.

Charlottesville, Va., November 19. Mrs. Elizabeth Leake, aged 29 years, wife of H. F. Leake, died last night at her home at the university, after an illness of three months. She was the daughter of the late J. H. Payne, of this city. Her husband and five children survive. She also leaves her mother, one sister and one brother. The funeral will take place from the residence at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.

Fredericksburg, Va., November 19. Mrs. Delia Morse, formerly of this city, died several days ago at her home in San Francisco, after a brief illness, aged 76 years. She had a number of relatives and friends in this city and section.

Fredericksburg, Va., November 19. Colonel Richard Hollingsworth died today at "Coventry," the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Fraser, in Spotsylvania County, where he had made his home for the past ten years, aged about 76 years. He is survived by two sons and one daughter. The body was taken to Baltimore for burial, accompanied by Richard Hollingsworth, Jr., of New York.

Amelia, Va., November 19. Mrs. Ann Catherine Green, widow of Daniel L. Green, of near Mannboro, Amelia County, died last night at the residence of her son, H. F. Green, at Amelia, aged 74 years. The burial will take place tomorrow afternoon at Liberty Methodist Church, below Mannboro. Mrs. Green leaves two sons, W. H. and H. F. Green of Amelia, and one daughter, Mrs. Virginia L. Wooden, of Cherrydale, Va., and several grandchildren.

Bedford City, Va., November 19. Mrs. Susan Bond Bush, wife of Captain W. L. Bush, died at her home yesterday afternoon, death resulting from a stroke of paralysis sustained about 10 days ago. She is survived by her husband and one daughter, Mrs. E. B. Bibb of Bedford City. The funeral will take place tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock.

Bedford City, Va., November 19. John Hunt is dead at his home at Newtown, a suburb of Bedford City, and the funeral services will be conducted with the rites of the Order of Odd Fellows tomorrow morning. He is survived by his wife.

Submitted: 09/10/14 (Edited 09/10/14)

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