Indiana McCaslins

George E HawleyAge: 75 years18721947

Name
George E Hawley
Birth August 15, 1872 32 34
MarriageGrace J LaneView this family
about 1900 (Age 27 years)

Birth of a daughter
#1
Mabel Hawley
September 14, 1900 (Age 28 years)
Census 1900 (Age 27 years)
Birth of a daughter
#2
Elsie Hawley
about 1905 (Age 32 years)
Birth of a son
#3
Thomas Hawley
about 1915 (Age 42 years)
Marriage of a childJesse William GrayMabel HawleyView this family
about 1922 (Age 49 years)

Death of a brotherWilliam R Hawley
1927 (Age 54 years)

Death of a wifeGrace J Lane
February 24, 1936 (Age 63 years)
Source: S4826
Burial of a wifeGrace J Lane
February 26, 1936 (Age 63 years)
Source: S4826
Death November 28, 1947 (Age 75 years)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage:
elder brother
20 months
himself
Family with Grace J Lane - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: about 1900
8 months
daughter
5 years
daughter
11 years
son

Shared note
In the 1900 US Federal Cenus for Grant, Stone, Missouri, 26-year-old New York-born farmer George Hawley and his 23-year-old Missouri-born wife Grace [Lane] Hawley were married during the preceding year. Grace has borne no children. George has had no months unemployed in the past year. Both are literate and speak English. George owns his farm, but with a mortgage. George's parents were born in New York; Grace's parents were born in Tennessee [sic]. George E Hawley, 75-years 3-months 13-days, died 28 Nov 1947 at 4:20 am in rural Grant, Stone, Missouri. He ws attended by Dr. K L Kerr of Crane, Missouri who stated he had attended George from 11-28 Nov 1947, and that George died from coronary thrombosis of 17 days due to arterioscleosis of 5 years duration. He was a widowed white male who had lived in this community for 55 years. He was born 15 Aug 1872 in Potsdam, New York and was a farmer. His parents were Francis Hawley and Luetisha [sic] Ellison, both born in New York. The informant was his daughter Mrs. Jess Gray [Mabel Hawley Gray] of Marionville, Missouri. The funeral director was George H Manlove of Crane, Missouri. removal of the boday was 30 Nov 1947.