|Birth: ||Oct. 5, 1891|
|Death: ||Mar. 5, 1910|
Centre Hall Reporter Dated 24 March 1910
Miss Hazel Landis On the fifth of this mouth a much loved girl died at Potters Mills. Reference is made to Miss Hazel Landis,aged eighteen years, and 5 mouths,who died at the home of her aunt Miss Sarah Landis.
When a child she fell from a swing, and since then she had been in delicate health. She was the daughter of George Landis,a railroad engineer,who is located in Chicago,and has a run between That city and Kansas City. Mrs Landis is dead and about 10 years ago the child was brought to the home of her aunt who gave her the tenderest care. Although unable to enjoy many of the pleasures participated in by other young people, Miss Landis had a most cheerful disposition and many kindness were shown by friends on the account of it
Interment was made at Sprucetown Rev J. Max Lantz pastor of the Methodist church, of which denomination Miss Landis was a member, officiating. She is survived by her father George Landis,who attnded the fueral and a brother,Bert Landis,the later being located in Nebraska, and an aunt Miss Sarah,of Potters Mills.
Bellefonte Republican Mar 10, 1910
Miss Hazel Landis, aged about 14 years. died on Saturday morning, last, at the home of her aunt, Mrs Sallie Landis, at Potters Mills. She had been ill for some time with tuberculosis. She was a daughter of George W Landis, residing at Chicago, ILL. Funeral services were held on Tuesday morning at 10 am
Many thanks to Gary in North Dakota for sharing this with me. His Grandmother, Hettie Landis was My Grandmother, Mary C Vogt McKinney's Half sister. Hazel was My grandmother's Half Brother, George Albert Landis' daughter.
Hazel and Sarah (the above two Landis other sister, and my grandmother Mary's half sister) are buried in the McKinney Plot in Sprucetown Cemetery.
Created by: Crickett McKinney
Record added: Aug 01, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40134772
May your memory alwasy be recalled with joy.|
Added: Oct. 31, 2009