Johnie and Mary (Brown) Hackworth Family Obits
Hatton, Mary Molly.
Born in Saylersville, Kentucky September 27, 1897, the daughter of Sherman and Sally Brown, both born in KY.; married Johnie Hackworth b. 1907 (he died 1937); marriedBen Hatton in 1940 (he died 1962); lived in Liberty Mills (IN) and died in Wabash CO. Hospital. April 25, 1977 at age 79-6-28, leaving sonsAdam Hackworth of Silver Lake, Willard Hackworth of Pierceton, Wayne Hackworth of Liberty Mills; daughters Mrs. Henry (Eva) jackson of Silver Lake and Mrs. Glen (Tressie) Beron of South Bend; stepdaughter Mrs. Oscar (Rose) Henson of Kimble; brother Jason Brown of Prestonburg, KY.; sister Rohad Sourwine of Plymouth, OH.Services at Bender with Burial at Swank Cemetary.
From the Abstract Bender Funeral Home N. Manchester, IN 1922-1981 Vol.1 page 234
Funeral services were held Wednesday at Bender Funeral Home for Willard Hackworth, 54, of Rural Pierceton.The Rev. Chad Burkhart officiated.Burial was in Swank Cemetary, North Manchester
Mr. Hackworth died 11:20 a.m. Monday Aug. 12, 1985 in Kosciusko Community Hospital, Warsaw, following a six-year illness.
He was born Feb. 4 1931 in Salyersville, KY. to Johnie and Mary (Brown) Hackworth.Formally of North Manchester, he lived near pierceton for 30 years.He was employed for 22 years with the Erie-Lackawanna Railroad.He married Mandy Jackson Dec. 24, 1950 and she survives with two sons; Michael Hackworth and Gary Hackworth, both of Pierceton and five grandchildren.
Also surviving are brothers; Adam Hackworth of Disco and Wayne Hackworth of North Manchester; two sisters, Mrs. Henry (Eva) Jackson of Silver Lake and Tressie Beron of Carey, OHIO
One son, one brother and one sister are deceased.Preferred memorials are to the Kosciusko County Cancer Society.
From The News Journal, Thursday, August 15, 1985 page 4
Age 72 born 1 july 1921 in Magoffin Co. Kentucky died 19 December 1993 in Rochester, Fulton County, Indianaburied at Swank Cemetary in Chester township, Wabash Co. Indiana
Father: Johnie Hackworth
Mother: Mary Brown
Married Delpha Jackson on 15 January 1951
Sons: Danny Lee Hackworth, Rickie Hackworth and Randy Hackworth
Daughters Mrs Vellis (Connie) Wireman and Mrs. Max (Billie Jean) Rice
Brother: Wayne Hackworth 1 brother deceased
Sisters: Mrs. Henry (Eva) Jackson and Mrs. Tressa Berring
Services at Delaughter-McKee Mortuary
From Delaughter-McKee Mortuary 1968-1998
Wayne Hackworth,66, Urbana, died at 3:45 Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2001 at Wabash County Hospital.
He was bornNov. 4,1934, in Salyersville, KY to Johnie and Mary Molly (Brown) Hackworth.He married Edith Stephen on Aug. 26, 1959 in Liberty Mills and she survives.
He worked on the railroad.
Also surviving are four sons, Wayne Hackworth Jr., Timothy Hackworth and Johnny Hackworth, all of North Manchester, and Randy Hackworth, Laketon: four daughters Rosemary Boggs, Urbana, Diana Shepherd, Laketon, Lauria Ann Hackworth, Naples, FLA., and Judy Wilcox, North Manchester; two sisters Eva Jackson, North Manchester, and Tressie Beron, Cary, Ohio; 12 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Two brothers preceded him in death.
Funeral services will be at 2p.m. at the Grandstaff-Hentgen Bender Chapel, North Manchester.Pastor J.P. Freman will offiate.
Burial will be in Speicher Cemetary, Urbana.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8p.m. Thursday at the funeral home
From the Wabash Plain Dealer, Wednesday, january 3, 2001 page 2A
Eva Jackson,78, Fort Wayne, formerly of North Manchester, died Oct. 29, 6:30 a.m., at the home of her son, in Silver Lake.
She was born Dec. 17, 1923, in Floyd Co., to Johnnie and Mary (Brown)Hackworth.She married Henry Jackson Dec. 8, 1937.He preceded her in death April 3, 2000.
Mrs. Jackson was a homemaker and an employee with the former Bryan Manufacturing, North Manchester.
She is survived by four sons, Dallas (Patty)Jackson, Coesse; Richard Jackson, North Manchester; Steve(Linda) Jackson, North Manchester, Ron (Carole)Jackson, Ft. Wayne; a sister, Tressie Buron, Carey, Ohio; 21 grandchildren and one great-great grandchild.She was preceded in death by two sons, Doug Jackson in 1998 and Dennis Jackson in 2001; three brothers; a grandson, and a great-great grandson.
Services were held Nov. 1 at Delaughter-McKee mortuary North Manchester Chapel.Rev. Chad Burkhart officiated.Burial was in pleasant Hill Cemetary, North Manchester.
From THE PAPER November 5, 2002 page 15
I also havefrom the Abstracts Benders Funeral Home N. Manchester, IN Vol. 1 1922-1981 page 217
Hackworth, Infant. Stillborn Sept. 7 1953, in Woodland Hospitalat Rochester, the son of William and Mandy(Jackson) Hackworth, both born in Kentucky, Graveside services at Swank Cemetary.
Hackworth, Shannon Lee, stillborn August 9, 1972 in Wabash Co. Hospital the daughter of Vallis Warman and Connie Sue Hackworth.Survivors include Maternal Grandparents Mr.&Mrs. Adam Hackworth.Graveside services at Swank Cemetary.
Hackworth, Wanda Sue. Born April 9, 1953 and died April 12, 1953 in Wabash Co. Hospital, the daughter of Adam and Delpha(Jackson) Hackworth, both born in KY.Services at home with burial at Swank Cemetary.
I was also told by Mandy Hackworth that there was a baby born to Johnie and Mary(the firstborn) that died named Genoy Hackworth(In Kentucky).
That is all for now.