|Ella V Hoak|
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|Death: ||Jan. 12, 1918|
Miss Ella V. Hoak, daughter of John T. Hoak, died at her father's home near Springfield, this county, last Sunday afternoon. A fall on the ice serveral days before, resulting in pneumonia in a short time, was the cause of the young woman's death.
During her short illness she was a great sufferer, and like many of the other victims of the same disease in this county within recent times, all the means used for her restoration were unavailing, so rapidly died the insidious disease run its deadly course. She was the second oldest living child of the family, her mother and several sisters and brothers having died a number of years ago.
She was a genial, kind hearted womaen and her death will be learned with regret by many who knew her. Miss Hoak was about 28 years of age and belonged to one of the oldest families in Page County.
Her burial took place on Monday evening in the family graveyard near her late home, the services being conducted by Rev. E. G. Helmintoller.
John T Hoak (1849 - 1920)
Elizabeth Zirkle Hoak (1851 - 1907)
John G Hoak (____ - 1892)*
George Hurbut Hoak (1871 - 1902)*
Victor Monroe Hoak (1873 - 1949)*
Luther Hoak (1881 - 1901)*
Mary E Rosser (1884 - 1910)*
Ella V Hoak (1890 - 1918)
William Clarence Hoak (1893 - 1977)*
Mae Icy Hoak Purdham (1901 - 1949)*
Roy Reid Hoak (1902 - 1981)*
Hoak Cemetery (Kimball)
Created by: JAC
Record added: Mar 30, 2010
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