|Birth: ||Jun., 1892|
|Death: ||Jun. 17, 1952|
District Of Columbia, USA
Lois Emmogene Marshall June, 1892 – June 17, 1952 On July 14, 1913 she married Walter Wittier Hicks (July 8, 1890 – Oct. 9, 1976). Walter was born in Wisconsin (father's
name was James), and was superintendent of school in Albion when they were married by Rev. Grant Jordan of the M.E. Church. Helen Marshall (sister) stood up with them.
Mrs. Lois Marshall Hicks of Washington D.C. died last Tuesday in Emergency Hospital following a short sickness. She was born in Onondaga township and went to Washington D.C. after obtaining a musical education at Albion College. She had lived there since 1917.
She had been a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution since 1920 and she once served as Regent of a chapter and as state librarian for the District of Columbia. Other clubs of which she was a member were Daughters of American Colonist, Daughters of Colonial Wars and a political Study club. She was also active in a community association, and belonged to the Fourth Church of Christ Scientist, in Washington D.C.
She had been teaching piano to private pupils, under the direction of the Sherwood School of Music.
Funeral services were conducted from the S.H. Hines Funeral Home in D.C., Thursday. John Howard
Payne was the reader at the service.
Burial was in Greenwood Cemetery, Aurelius, Saturday.
Graveside services were conducted by Rev. Paul Tucker of the Leslie Baptist Church.
Surviving are her mother, Mrs. Albert Brown, formerly of Mason and Leslie, 2 sons, C. Marshall Hicks of Silver Spring, Maryland and Walter W. Hicks, Jr. of Washington, D.C. a sister Mrs. Helen Marshall Collins of Washington, D.C. and grandchildren.
Linferd Delos Marshall (1867 - 1925)
Myrtie Clara Cady Marshall/Brown (1872 - 1961)
Walter Whittier Hicks (1890 - 1976)
Lois Emmogene Marshall Hicks (1892 - 1952)
Helen M. Marshall Collins (1897 - 1998)*
Maintained by: Theron & Helen Smith
Originally Created by: Sandra Moore
Record added: Aug 07, 2008
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