HANNA, Charles "Bill" Dewy -- 1898-1948
E. St. Louis, IL Journaldated Thursday, May 20, 1948:
CHARLES HANNA DIES AT 49 - Charles Hanna, 49, St. Louis, former East St. Louis resident, dies Wednesday in St. Louis City hospital where he had been a patient three days. He had been ill three months. Mr. Hanna was born in East St. Louis and lived in this city until 18 months ago when he moved to St. Louis. He was employed by the B. & H. Auto Sales Co., St. Louis. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Friday in Robins chapel. Burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. He leaves his widow, Mr. Grace Hanna; his mother Mrs. Gertrude Hanna of East St. Louis; two brothers, Trainor and Mark Hanna, both of O'Fallon, IL.
HANNA, Charles "Chick" V. -- 1875-1904
E. St. Louis, IL Journaldated 4-15-1904:
CHARLES V. HANNA - Charles V. Hanna, better known as "Chick" Hanna, died at his home, Fifth Street and Trendley Avenue, yesterday of consumption. He was 28 years of age. Funeral Saturday at 2 p.m., interment in Mount Hope cemetery. Benner-Brichler have charge of the arrangements. --INFO: buried in Lot B-18-no headstone--.
HANNA, Markus "Fritz" Arelius -- 1901-1953
Belleville, IL Daily Advocate dated 8-12-1953:
Mark A. Hanna, O'Fallon Resident Five Years, Dies -- Mark A. Hanna, 52, of O'Fallon, died at 3:30 yesterday afternoon at St. Elizabeth's Hospital. Mr. Hanna, a retired Illinois Central fireman, was a resident of O'Fallon for five years. He was a veteran of World War II. He was born at East St. Louis January 1, 1901, a son of Charles and Gertrude Wirth Hanna. He married Imogene Constance, who survives. Besides his wife, he is survived by his mother and a brother, Trainer Hanna. Funeral services will be held at the Robins funeral home, East St. Louis at 11 o'clock Friday morning. Interment will be in Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. --Note-- this obituary must have skipped a line during printing, because the part about "Imogene Constance" is not correct. ---- Another Obituary in the East St. Louis Journal of the same date: HANNA, MARK A. - Of O'Fallon, Ill., on Tuesday, Aug. 11, 1953. Dear father of Imogene and Constance Hanna; dear son of Gertrude Hanna; brother of Trainor Hanna; our dear uncle, Funeral from the Robins Chapel, 417 N. 8th St. Service Friday, 11 a.m. Interment National Cemetery Jefferson Barracks.
HOFFMAN, Elizabeth -- 1856 - 1932
Belleville Daily Advocate dated Monday, March 28, 1932: Complication is Fatal to Woman of Caseyville Twp. Mrs. Elizabeth Pausch, 76, of Caseyville township, 4 miles southeast of O'Fallon, died at her home at 8 o'clock last night of a complication of diseases. She was born in Caseyville township March 22, 1856, a daughter of the late John and Margaret Hoffman (nee Goel). She married John Pausch of O'Fallon January 21, 1873. He died February 12, 1927. She is survived by two sons, John and Edward Pausch and a daughter Francis Pausch, all at home; two half brothers, George and John Feig, Caseyville township, and a sister, Mrs. William Martin, O'Fallon. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 Wednesday afternoon from the home, Rev. Sidney Rey, pastor of the Baptist church at Collinsville, officiating. Burial will be in the St. John's cemetery at Collinsville.
HUECKEL, Magdalena -- 1848 - 1922
Belleville Daily Advocate dated Friday, June 23, 1922:
Mrs. Lena Pausch, wife of George Pausch, deceased, of Ridge Prairie, Ill., died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. T. Hart, Saturday, June 17 at 4:15 P. M. Funeral services were held at the home and at Bethel Church, Thursday, June 20th. Interment is in Bethel Cemetery; Rev. Bredehoft of Collinsville, conducted the services and the floral offerings were many and beautiful. Her parents were Mr. and Mrs. Theophelus Hueckel of Caseyville. She was born in Alsace, France, on Sept. 1, 1848, and came to America one year later. She leaves to mourn her loss four daughters: Mrs. A. T. Hart, Mrs. Geo. Bevirt of Bethel, Ill., Mrs. E. L. Bowler of Ottawa, Kansas, and Mrs. H. C. Webb of Caseyville, Ill.; six grand-children and two brothers: John and William Hueckel of Caseyville, and many relatives and a host of friends. Most of Mrs. Pausch's life was spent on the farm. She was a member of Ladies' Aid Society of the German Evangelical Church of Collinsville, Ill. In later years she moved to Caseyville and soon endeared herself to all her neighbors. She joined the Ladies' Aid Society of Caseyville and was a faithful and untiring worker; and only two days before her death expressed a wish that she might have attended the meeting that afternoon. Her whole life was spent in good deeds and kindly thoughts of others, and so we bid good-bye to a loving mother, a kind neighbor and faithful friend, who earnestly tried, "So to live...That she might give...When laid beneath the sod,...A soul as bright...As a beam of light...Back to its giver, God"--In Loving Tribute From a Friend.