New York, USA
|Death: ||Feb. 7, 1910|
Son of JONATHAN WILLARD HAZEN & HANNAH CHATFIELD
Occupation: Cattle raiser, capitalist
Feb 11, 1910, Daily Evening Sentinel:
George Hazen Laid to Rest
MANTON, Feb 10.óGeorge Hazen, a pioneer of Tehama County, passed away at the old home of his deceased brother, Wheeler Hazen, near Manton Monday, at the advanced age of 81 and he would have been 82 next month. He had been quite feeble and childish for the past 15 years. On Sunday he was all right but about 9 o'clock Monday morning he was found dead and Justice Wilcox held an inquest.
He is survived by his deceased brothers family, Mrs. Mary I. Hazen and her two sons, W.E. and Jesse Hazen and three daughters. He also has brothers and sisters in New York State. The funeral took place at 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon. Rev. James Wells conducting the services. The pall bearers were V.V. Wilcox, W.H. Hart, J.C. Childs, Frank Paselk, Edward Wilcox and Walter Paskelk.
Jonathan Willard Hazen (1800 - 1868)
Hannah Chatfield Hazen (1802 - 1881)
Daniel Chatfield Hazen (1821 - 1888)*
John Haskell Hazen (1826 - 1895)*
George Washington Hazen (1829 - 1910)
Edwin Hazen (1832 - 1884)*
Martha Marie Hazen Goodell (1834 - 1915)*
Fannie Hazen VanGieson (1835 - 1919)*
Wheeler Edward Hazen (1838 - 1902)*
Elizabeth Almira Hazen Nichols (1848 - 1899)*
Note: Cemetery has no record of George buried in this cemetery.
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