Obituary for Professor Carrington Elliot Carhart, 1861 to 1910, son of Elliot Carhart and Margaret E. Pettit.
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PROF. C. E. CARHART who died at the Lakeside Hospital last Sunday and whose ashes were interred at Graceland cemetery last Wednesday, occupied an important position in contemporaneous literary history. Born on a farm in Delaware County, Ohio, April 1, 1861, he was admitted at the Missouri State Normal School at (unintelligible) at the age of 18 and immediately was chosen to occupy two important chairs as professor of science and art. In 1885, he went to New York and engaged in preparing special art papers for leading publications in that city. In 1887 he went to Kansas City and was connected (?) with the editorial departments of the Kansas City Times and Kansas City Star at different times, also with the public schools. In 1896 (?) he went abroad as special correspondent of Goday’s Magazine. Coming to Chicago in 1900, Prof.CARHART continued his literary pursuits…
The obituary for James Dysart Mitchell, the second son and third child of Robert Gwyn Mitchell and Lena Bell Carhart.
Their location would have been Macon City, Macon, Missouri.
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James Dysart Mitchell
Born April 27 1897, Died Jan 6. 1900.
James Dysart MITCHELL, the little 3 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. G. MITCHELL was taken suddenly ill Wednesday evening of last week with diphtheria, and although all that medical aid and kind loving hands could do was done for the little fellow, nothing could assuage his suffering, and on Saturday morning at one o’clock he succumbed to the dread disease. James Dysart was a bright, playful boy and he will be sadly missed by his parents and little brother and sister, Robert and Gwynette. Yet with the hope of the Christian they await the resurrection morn when they shall be reunited in the Father’s house. A Scripture lesson and prayer was read at the grave by Rev. R. T. CALDWELL.
Jewel Hennesy obituary
The Daily News Bogalusa, LA. Monday April 9, 1979. Volume 52, No. 61. “Jewel J. Hennesy, 77, died this morning at 3:05 in the Bogalusa Medical Center. He was a resident of 705 St. John Street. He was a native of Franklinton, a retired tour foreman for Crown Zellerbach, a member of Superior Avenue Baptist Church and Center Lodge No. 244, F&AM, and Bogalusa Chapter No. 61 of the Royal Arch Mason. He is survived by his wife Mrs. Madie F. Hennesy, two daughters Mrs. Douglas (Jewell) Fortenberry, Baker; and Mrs. Billy (Charlotte) Cathern, Bogalusa; two sons, James Andrew Hennesy, Denver, Colo.; Leonard R. Hennesy, Bogalusa; one sister; Mrs. Lucille Fairley, Wilmington, Del.; one brother, Ezzie Hennesy, Natchez, Miss. and 16 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. He was also the brother of the late Mrs. Roy Middleton and Mrs. Wilbur Knight. Calling hours at Poole’s Funeral Home will begin at 6:30 today until 11 o’clock tonight and tomorrow at 8 a.m. until services in the Poole Chapel at 3 p.m. Rev. Sollie Smith and Rev. Roy Mooneyham will be in charge of funeral rites. Masonic services will be held tonight in the chapel at 7:30.”