Obit: The Coshocton [OH} Tribune 12 Dec 1963, pg 8:
"Mrs. Georgia Hufford -"Services were held Tuesday at the (Pratt/Platt or Piatt??) funeral home, Washington, Pa., for Mrs. Georgia L. Hufford, 78, of Washington, who died Dec. 7, in Uniontown hospital, after an illness of one month. Burial was in a Washington cemetery. Mrs. Hufford was born May 3, 1885, in Coshocton, a daughter of Homer and Josephine Markley Kinney, and was married to John S. Hufford, who died Jan. 11, 1959.Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. George F. (Jean) Boles, Uniontown; one sister, Mrs. Nell Roof, Coshocton; two grandchildren. Two sisters and one brother are deceased."
From "The Coshocton Tribune" January 3, 1929, pg 1:
Homer L. Kinney of Elm St. Dies from Pneumonia -"Bronchial pneumonia claimed Homer L. Kinney, aged 73, at his home at 737 Elm st., Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. He was the son of the late Dr. Jacob and Mary Kinney, and was born September 4, 1855. He was a lifelong member of Grace Methodist Episcopal church. Beside the widow the following children survive; Mrs. Alice Williams of the home; Mrs. Joseph Fitzpatrick of Tyndal; Mrs. John Hufford of Washington, Pa.; Mrs. Kathryn Wagner of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Harry Kinney of Fifth st. Five grandchildren, one great-grandchild, one sister and a brother reside in Los Angeles, Calif.Funeral services will be held at the late home Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in charge of Rev. Isaac B. Harper, pastor of Grace M.E. church and burial will be made in South Lawn cemetery.
From "Coshocton Morning Tribune", December 9, 1911, pg 1
Young Wife Leaves Her Work in Standard Plant at Noon Friday-Husband Receives Message to Hurry Home at 2:45 p.m.- However, No Tragedy Develops
Declaring to other employees, according to the latters' statements, that she was going home to commit suicide, Mrs. Georgia Kinney Williams, aged about 20 years, left the Standard plant of the American Art works, where she is employed, at noon Friday. In view of this declaration, a telephone message to the young woman's husband, W.A. Williams at 2:45 p.m. asking him to come home at once, caused considerable commotion about the plant the former's friends fearing that it meant she had committed some rush act.
No Signs of Tragedy
However, no information could be secured from the home of Mrs. Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kinney, Elm street, where couple live, last night. Inquiry among neighbors also failed to reveal any signs of a tragedy or even an attempt to commit suicide on the part of Mrs. Williams.
The young couple have been married less than a year and according to friends, their life together has not been as peaceful as it might be recently. One story from the Standard plant, where both are employed is to the effect that on several occasions within the past several weeks there have been signs of a quarrel and the couple did not go home together.
From "The Coshocton Tribune", November 16, 1922
Williams Child Dies in Penna, To be Brought Here
Short funeral services will probably be held in the Hanlon Undertaking parlors Sunday afternoon for Vivian Eileen Williams, five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Williams (Georgia Kinney) who died at her parents home in Swissvale, Pennsylvania, Thursday morning.
Her death came as the result of an accident which happened Tuesday evening when she was struck by an automobile, sustaining a broken thigh bone and a fractured skull. She never regained consciousness.She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kinney of Elm st. and Mrs. Ella Williams of Walnut st.The body will arrive in Coshocton at 8:12 Saturday evening. Burial will be made in the South Lawn cemetery."
Jean (Williams) BOLES died 6 Jul 1975 at age 55 of breast cancer.She was the 1st wife of my stepfather, George Francis BOLES born 1920 died 10 Jul 1998 in Mentor, Lake co, OH.Please contact me with any info: email: mksroots at juno.com