|Birth: ||Apr. 16, 1892|
|Death: ||Mar. 16, 1951|
PFC 70 Infantry, 10 Div. Kansas, WWI
The body of Hiram Haver, former resident of Douglass, and who died at Columbia, Missouri, was brought to Douglass for burial. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Methodist Church, conducted by Rev. Everett Mitchell. Burial was in Douglass Cemetery in charge of the Hilyard Funeral Home.
Hiram Haver, son of Thomas and Delilah Haver, was born at Douglass on April 26, 1892. He lived in this community until the last 11 years, which he has spent at Columbia, Missouri.
He was in the armed services for six months during World War I. On returning home he was married on August 4, 1920, to Miss Sylvia Cook. To this union were born three daughters, Leota Evelyn, who died at birth; Lorraine Reece, who lived with her father at the home in Columbia; and Hazel Shepard of Columbia. He also leaves two grandsons, Michael and Philp Reece; a son-in-law, Austin Shepard; two sisters, Miss Essie Haver, of Ashland, and Mrs. Roy Price of Leon; one brother, Emmett Haver of Wichita. Miss Maude Haver and Mrs. Ruth Bush are cousins.
Thomas L. Haver (1861 - 1915)
George Emmet Haver (1886 - 1954)*
Essie Haver (1888 - 1968)*
Mabel Price (1890 - 1953)*
Hiram C. Haver (1892 - 1951)
Plot: Sec. 2
Created by: delkan
Record added: Nov 09, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 61335561
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