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Maria Bridget <I>McCabe</I> Hall

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Maria Bridget McCabe Hall

Birth
Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia, USA
Death
23 Oct 1944 (aged 92)
Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, USA
Burial
Baring, Knox County, Missouri, USA Add to Map
Plot
90
Memorial ID
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MO d/c 33177

FORMER KNOX COUNTIAN DEAD
Mrs. Maria B. Hall Survived Her Son By less Than A Week

Mrs. Maria B. Hall, 92 years old, formerly of Plevna and Baring, widow of the late Dr. W. H. Hall, died Monday morning at the home at 4022 Troost Avenue, Kansas City, less than a week after the death of her son, William J. Hall, who lived with his mother and who died Tuesday morning last week of heart disease.
Mr. Hall was seriously ill at the time and was unable to attend his funeral, which was at 10 o'clock Friday at St. Aloysius Church in Baring, with burial in St. Aloysius cemetery.
Mrs. Hall's body was brought to the Kelly Funeral Home in Edina yesterday noon and funeral services were conducted at 10 o'clock this morning by the Rev. Stephen Carew at St. Aloysius Church in Baring. Burial was in the church cemetery there.
Surviving Mrs. Hall are a daughter, Miss Marie A. Hall, at the home and two sisters, Mrs. W. S. McDonald of Tucson, Ariz., who was the daughter accompanied the body here, and Mrs. Elmer Delp of St. Jospeh, and a brother, William McCabe, of Baring. A daughter, Julia E. Hall died in 1932.
A son, William J. Hall, unmarried, oldest child of Dr. William H. and Maria B. Hall, was born Sept. 23, 1883, at Hedge City, being 61 years old at the time of death. The family lived at Plevna for several years, moving when he was 9 or 10 years old to Baring, where in later years he was depot agent for the Santa Fe and lived until becoming connected with the Prairie Pipe Line Company, afterwards the Sinclair Pipe Line Company in 1919 when he moved to Kansas City, which had been his home since.
Those accompanying the body to Baring were: His sister, his aunts, Mrs. McDonald and Mrs. Delp and Mrs. J. C. Palmer of St. Joseph, a cousin, and Miss Genrose Miller of Kansas City.
Mrs. Hall was a daughter of Alexander and Mary McCammer McCabe and was born at Wheeling, W. Va., coming to Knox County with her parents when a young lady. the family lived on a farm north of Baring for many years. She was married to Dr. Hall at Baring in 1882. Mrs. Hall's parents are buried in St. Aloysius cemetery and she was preceded in death by the following brothers and sisters: John McCabe, who died in 1925; Miss Annie McCabe, 1928; Alex McCabe, 1931; James McCabe, 1937, and Miss Maggie McCabe in 1942.

MRS. MARIA B. HALL.
Widow of Knox County Physician Was 92 Years Old.
Mrs. Maria B. Hall, 92, died Monday morning at her home, 4022 Troost avenue. She was the widow of Dr. William H. Hall physician of Knox County, Missouri, who died in 1904.
The rosary will be said at the Thomas E. Quirk chapel at 8 o'clock this Tuesday night. Services and burial will be held Thursday morning at the family home at Baring, Mo. A son, William J. Hall of the home, died October 17.
Mrs Hall was born at Wheeling, W. Va. She was married to Dr. Hall at Baring in 1882, after teaching in rural schools in Knox County several years. She had lived in Kansas City twenty-four years.
Surviving are a daughter, Miss Marie A. Hall of the home; two sisters, Mrs. W. S. McDonald, Tucson, Ariz., and Mrs. Elmer Delp, St. Joseph, Mo., and a brother, William McCabe of Baring.
The Kansas City Times, Kansas City, Missouri, 24 Oct 1944, Tue • Page 10, Column 1
MO d/c 33177

FORMER KNOX COUNTIAN DEAD
Mrs. Maria B. Hall Survived Her Son By less Than A Week

Mrs. Maria B. Hall, 92 years old, formerly of Plevna and Baring, widow of the late Dr. W. H. Hall, died Monday morning at the home at 4022 Troost Avenue, Kansas City, less than a week after the death of her son, William J. Hall, who lived with his mother and who died Tuesday morning last week of heart disease.
Mr. Hall was seriously ill at the time and was unable to attend his funeral, which was at 10 o'clock Friday at St. Aloysius Church in Baring, with burial in St. Aloysius cemetery.
Mrs. Hall's body was brought to the Kelly Funeral Home in Edina yesterday noon and funeral services were conducted at 10 o'clock this morning by the Rev. Stephen Carew at St. Aloysius Church in Baring. Burial was in the church cemetery there.
Surviving Mrs. Hall are a daughter, Miss Marie A. Hall, at the home and two sisters, Mrs. W. S. McDonald of Tucson, Ariz., who was the daughter accompanied the body here, and Mrs. Elmer Delp of St. Jospeh, and a brother, William McCabe, of Baring. A daughter, Julia E. Hall died in 1932.
A son, William J. Hall, unmarried, oldest child of Dr. William H. and Maria B. Hall, was born Sept. 23, 1883, at Hedge City, being 61 years old at the time of death. The family lived at Plevna for several years, moving when he was 9 or 10 years old to Baring, where in later years he was depot agent for the Santa Fe and lived until becoming connected with the Prairie Pipe Line Company, afterwards the Sinclair Pipe Line Company in 1919 when he moved to Kansas City, which had been his home since.
Those accompanying the body to Baring were: His sister, his aunts, Mrs. McDonald and Mrs. Delp and Mrs. J. C. Palmer of St. Joseph, a cousin, and Miss Genrose Miller of Kansas City.
Mrs. Hall was a daughter of Alexander and Mary McCammer McCabe and was born at Wheeling, W. Va., coming to Knox County with her parents when a young lady. the family lived on a farm north of Baring for many years. She was married to Dr. Hall at Baring in 1882. Mrs. Hall's parents are buried in St. Aloysius cemetery and she was preceded in death by the following brothers and sisters: John McCabe, who died in 1925; Miss Annie McCabe, 1928; Alex McCabe, 1931; James McCabe, 1937, and Miss Maggie McCabe in 1942.

MRS. MARIA B. HALL.
Widow of Knox County Physician Was 92 Years Old.
Mrs. Maria B. Hall, 92, died Monday morning at her home, 4022 Troost avenue. She was the widow of Dr. William H. Hall physician of Knox County, Missouri, who died in 1904.
The rosary will be said at the Thomas E. Quirk chapel at 8 o'clock this Tuesday night. Services and burial will be held Thursday morning at the family home at Baring, Mo. A son, William J. Hall of the home, died October 17.
Mrs Hall was born at Wheeling, W. Va. She was married to Dr. Hall at Baring in 1882, after teaching in rural schools in Knox County several years. She had lived in Kansas City twenty-four years.
Surviving are a daughter, Miss Marie A. Hall of the home; two sisters, Mrs. W. S. McDonald, Tucson, Ariz., and Mrs. Elmer Delp, St. Joseph, Mo., and a brother, William McCabe of Baring.
The Kansas City Times, Kansas City, Missouri, 24 Oct 1944, Tue • Page 10, Column 1


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