1883 - 1956 (72 years)
||Charles L. Hayes |
||16 Dec 1883
||Crawford County, Pennsylvania, USA
||17 Jul 1956
||Meadville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, USA
- cause of death: aplastic anemia
- from a scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
Charles L. Hayes, 72, veteran Linesville real estate and insurance man, died Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. at Spencer Hospital after an illness of several months.
Born Dec. 16, 1883, in the Linesville area, he operated an insurance and real estate business in that community for many years. He retired in 1854.
Hayes was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Hays. He operated the insurance and real estate office on Erie Street for 23 years before retiring.
Prior to establishing the office, he was a photographer for many years. He also served as chief clerk at Linesville for the Pennsylvania Railraod and at one time was chief clerk for the Pennsylvania and New York Central railroads at Jamestown, Pa.
He was a member of Linesville United Presbyterian Church, the Lines Club and was past master of Pine Lodge 498, Free and Accepted Masons, of Linesville.
Surviving is his widow, Mrs. Marguerite Phillips Hayes.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Maryott Funeral Home, Linesville, where services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday. Interment will be at Linesville Cemetery.
The family has requested that friends omit flowers. Memorial contributions may be made to the Western Crawford County Chapter of the American Red Cross.
||Pennsylvania Death Certificate
Charles L. Hayes
||19 Jul 1956
||Linesville Cemetery, Linesville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, USA
- Section Y, Lot 2, Grave 1
||Hayes, Charles L. and Marguerite Phillips
Charles - 1883 to 1956
Marguerite - 1887 to 1965
Plot: Section Y, Lot 2, Graves 1 and 2
- from the June 12, 1900 issue of the Linesville Herald:
Mr. Charles Hayes is now associated with Photographer Wilt at Exposition Park.
- from the October 27, 1915 issue of the Linesville Herald:
C.L. Hayes has sold his photograph business to A.H. Graff. Mr. Hayes will accept a position as clerk in the Penn. Co. depot at this place.
||11 Jun 2016 |
||William Gregg Hayes, b. 28 May 1853, Pennsylvania, USA , d. 15 Apr 1935, Linesville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, USA (Age 81 years) |
||Alice J. McWilliams, b. 1857, d. 1930 (Age 73 years) |
||5 Dec 1875
||Marguerite Phillips, b. 18 Feb 1887, Wellsville, Allegany County, New York, USA , d. 21 Oct 1965, Cambridge Springs, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, USA (Age 78 years) |
||5 Dec 1906
||Linesville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, USA
- from the December 12, 1906 issue of the Linesville Herald:
A very pretty wedding ceremony was performed Wednesday evening, December 5, 1906, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace H. Phillips, South Mercer street, when their daughter, Miss Marguerite, was united in marriage to Mr. Charles Hayes, both of Linesville. The wedding ceremony took place in the presence of only the members of the two families and near relatives.
At 6:30 p.m. Miss Lillian Shattuck, cousin of the bride, played the wedding march entitled "Love's Springtime," when the young couple appeared and took their places in front of the officiating minister, Rev. Harry C. Hildebrand, pastor of the UP church, of which both young people are members. The bride wore a pretty wedding gown of white organdie, trimmed with chiffon and silk violets.
Miss Phillips is the only daughter of Wallace H. Phillips, of the firm of Shatttuck & Phillips, one of the leading dry goods firms of this place. She is one of Linesville's most popular young ladies.
Mr. Hayes is a son of William Hayes, the jeweler, and is himself in business here, having the only photograph studio in town. He is one of our youngest and most congenial business men.
The happy couple were the recipients of many beautiful and useful wedding presents, among which were silverware, cut glass, hand painted china and a beautiful clock.
The house decorations were carnations and smilax very neatly and artistically arranged to make a pleasing effect.
After the ceremony the young couple led the way to the dining room, where all enjoyed a bountiful wedding dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Hayes will reside in their home town, where they have many friends who wish them a long and happy life.
||11 Jun 2016 |