|Birth: ||Apr. 23, 1886|
|Death: ||Feb. 2, 1951|
64 years, 9 months, 10 days old at time of death
Feb. 9, 1951
The Winona Times
Funeral services for John Cleveland Hambrick, 64, were Saturday, Feb. 3, at 2:00 o'clock. The graveside services were conducted by Rev. Tom Q. Johnson, assisted by Rev. N.L. Threet & Rev. Percy Magee all local pastors. Lee Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.
Mr. Hambrick was born at Springdale in Attala County & was the son of the late John B. & Lula Cannon Hambrick. He was married to Miss Exyah L. Bond, who survived, on April 22, 1906, & they moved to Vaiden in 1913. He was a blacksmith for 40 years. He was a member of the Springdale Baptist Church & was known for his kindness to everyone & was very devoted to his family.
Mr. Hambrick had been in failing health for several months & died at his home Friday morning, Feb. 2, after several days illness caused by a stroke.
Besides his wife, he leaves 2 daughters, Mrs. Wilson Caddess & Miss Juanita Hambrick, both of Vaiden & a brother, James W. Hambrick, of San Gabriel, Calif.
Pallbearers were Claude Hatcher, Peyton Randle, Herbert Johnson, John Shands, Monkey Welch & Upton Canon.
Husband of Exyah Lee Bond Hambrick. Father of Claude, Harvey O'Neal, Louise, and Juanita Hambrick.
John Cleveland Hambrick was the owner for many years of Hambrick's Blacksmith Shop on Vaiden's "Back" Street. This building was later used in the 1950 and 1960s as Carl Austin's Dry Cleaners. John C. Hambrick also built the building in 1946 that later became Caddess' Radio and TV Repair Shop. This building was later bought by the Vaiden Bank and torn down in order to expand the bank's parking lot.
John Cleveland Hambrick's father and mother were John Buchanan Hambrick and Lula Canon Hambrick. John Cleveland Hambrick's grandfather was Andrew Jackson Hambrick. The family history is as follows:
Andrew Jackson Hambrick – married Nancy Little (daughter of Samuel and Sarah Little) – The Mississippi Attala County Census of 1870 lists the following: Andrew Jackson Hambrick (head of household), 37; Nancy (wife), 28; and children, as follows: Sarah B., 15; John B., 13; ? Mary A., 11 ?; ? Samuel L., 3 ?; and ? Thad, 1 ?.
John Buchanan Hambrick – married (1st wife) Bettie Miller (d. 03/02/1884 – burial location unknown) on 11/02/1877 -- Together they had 2 children:
Minnie Mitchell (b. 02/21/1880)
Willie Charlie Hambrick (b. 05/17/1882 -- d. 11/12/1883).
John Buchanan Hambrick married (2nd) wife Lula Angeline Canon (06/06/1866 – 02/14/1904 -- married on 05/29/1884). They had the following children:
John Cleveland (04/23/1886 – 02/02/1951),
James W. ("Jim) (04/22/1901 – 02/13/1971),
Beulah New (05/15/1893 – 11/25/1945),
Lillie Need (05/14/1889 -?),
Nannie Jane (02/07/1891 – 01/29/1940),
Kate Maggie (08/20/1887 – 06/12/1889),
Claudie Belle (02/11/1900 – 06/22/1901),
Gordie David (10/20/1902 – 06/12/1904),
Ida Allie (05/30/1897 – 02/22/1903)
Andrew Jackson Hambrick (02/04/1895 – 07/16/1898).
Beulah Hambrick (05/15/1893 – 11/25/1945) married Oscar Oakes (10/02/1880 – 04/28/1953). They are buried in the Brister Cemetery, Rocky Point, Attala County, MS.
John Buchanan Hambrick and Lula Canon Hambrick are buried at Springdale Cemetery, Attala County, MS.
Lillie N. Hambrick married Lonnie Bowles. Burial locations are unknown.
Nannie Jane married Weaver Gilbert. They are buried at Coleman Cemetery, McAdams, Attala County, MS.
James W. "Jim" married Mildred Fullilove. Burial locations are unknown.
Beulah N. married Oscar Oakes. Beulah and Oscar are buried at the Brister Cemetery, Rocky Point, Attala County, MS.
John Cleveland Hambrick – married Exyah Lee Bond, daughter of Augustus O'Neal Bond and Sara Catherine Ellis, and granddaughter of Robert A. Bond and Maria Jane Palmer Bond – Together they had 4 children, which are, as follows:
Claude, Harvey O'Neal, Louise, and Juanita Hambrick. Claude died at age 7. Harvey died at age 21, unmarried. Louise married Wilson Monroe Caddess. They had no children. Juanita married Alf Trotter Collins. They had one child, Ronnie Lee Collins.
John, Exyah, Claude and Harvey are buried at the Vaiden Cemetery, Vaiden, MS. Louise and Wilson Caddess, Juanita and Alf Collins are buried at the Winona Garden of Memory, Winona, MS.
At John's birth, Grover Cleveland (Democrat) was President and there were 38 States in the U.S.
At John's death, Harry S. Truman (Democrat) was President, and there were 48 States in the U.S.
John Buchanan Hambrick (1856 - 1904)
Lula Angeline Canon Hambrick (1866 - 1904)
Exyah Lee Bond Hambrick (1884 - 1955)*
Harvey O'Neal Hambrick (1907 - 1928)*
Claude Bond Hambrick (1908 - 1915)*
Maysie Louise Hambrick Caddess (1915 - 1979)*
Juanita Elizabeth Hambrick [Collins] Rhine (1920 - 2002)*
Lillie Hambrick Unknown*
Minnie Mitchell Hambrick Unknown (1877 - ____)**
Willie Charlie Hambrick (1882 - ____)**
John Cleveland Hambrick (1886 - 1951)
Katie Maggie Hambrick (1887 - 1889)*
Nannie Jane Hambrick Gilbert (1891 - 1941)*
Beulah N. Oakes (1893 - 1945)*
Ida Allie Hambrick (1897 - 1903)*
Andrew Jackson Hambrick (1898 - 1898)*
Claudie Belle Hambrick (1900 - 1901)*
James W. Hambrick (1901 - 1971)*
Gordie David Hambrick (1902 - 1904)*
May Thy Will Be Done
Created by: Ron (Ronnie Lee) Collins
Record added: Jun 06, 2001
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