|Birth: ||Oct. 2, 1870|
|Death: ||Jan. 4, 1948|
Name: Samuel T. HATCH
Birth: 2 OCT 1870 in Hampshire, Kane Co., Illinois
Death: 4 JAN 1948 in Hennepin Co., Minnesota
Census: 21 JUN 1895 Living with mother and wife in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota. Occupation: JUN 1895 Teamster
Census: Sary T. Hatch -1900 Married, they had two children and two were still living although they were not listed on the census. Occupation: Teamster, wife Mable, married four years.
Samuel's obituary states one daughter born to them, renting in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota
Census: 7 JUN 1905 Living with mother and daughter in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota. Occupation: Teamster.
1920 Census: Married, renting in Rockford, Wright Co., Minnesota. Widowed Mother living in home. Born Illinois, Father born Pennsylvania, Mother born Illinois Occupation: 1920 Farm Labor
Census: 1930 Married, no children. Renting on 7th Street in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota Occupation: 1930 Painter - Contract Paint
Burial: 6 JAN 1948 Elmwood Cemetery; Rockford, Wright Co., Minnesota
Samuel Hatch, 77
Buried on Tuesday
Funeral services for Samuel T. Hatch were held Tuesday afternoon at the Peterson chapel in Buffalo, Rev. R. H. Selway officiated. Mrs. Callerstrom and Mrs. Schaefer sang two selections, "There's No Night There" and "Jesus Keep Me Near the Cross.:
Pallbearers were Julius Dixon, George Dixon, John Hohl, Emil Bruska, Winifred Forsythe and Thomas Dixon. Interment was in the Elmwood cemetery at Rockford.
Mr. Hatch died on Sunday, January 4, at the age of 77 after an illness of four years.
Samuel T. Hatch was born in Kane County, Illinois, October 2, 1870, and lived there until he was ten years old. He came to Minneapolis with his parents in 1880, where he lived until he moved on a farm near Rockford in 1911. He lived in this vicinity until nine years ago, when he again moved to Minneapolis, where he lived until his death.
He was married January 26, 1897, to Miss Mabel Felder. To this union was born one daughter, Elva (Mrs. Henry LaVine) of Brainerd. Mrs. Hatch passed away in 1905.
On August 25, 1907, he was married to Miss Ella Furtney. He leaves to mourn, besides his wife and daughter, three granddaughters, Dorothy, Mrs. Frank Kelly; Betty, Mrs. Herbert Sweet; Irene, Mrs. Don Hanson and Mrs. Mary LaVine, widow of his grandson, Sgt. Earl LaVine, who was killed in action in Germany December 10, 1944. There are also five great grandchildren, all of Minneapolis, and a host of relatives and friends.
Ella Nora Furtney Hatch (1881 - 1960)*
Created by: Dorothy Peterson Kunz
Record added: Jun 08, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 91595928