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Rosie May Hay (b. March 06, 1909, d. May 19, 1928)Rosie May Hay (daughter of Walter Robert Hay and Eva May Cross) was born March 06, 1909 in Davis, Turner, South Dakota, and died May 19, 1928 in Huron, Beadle, South Dakota.She married Raymond George Cross on November 1924 in Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa.
Notes for Rosie May Hay:
Huron South Dakota Newspaper Obit
Mrs. Ray Cross Dies Yesterday Mrs. Ray Cross of this city died in a local hospital yesterday morning from pneumonia after an illness of three weeks duration. Funeral services will be held at the Methodist Church at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, the Rev. Alfred Roe officiating. Interment will be made at the G.A.R. Cemetery. The Cross family came to this city about two weeks ago from Nebraska. Surviving Mrs. Cross are her husband and three year old daughter, May.
RITES THURSDAY FOR MRS. CROSS Resident For Two Years Died Last Monday
The Rev. Alfred E. Roe will conduct the funeral services for Mrs. Ray Cross to be held at the Methodist Church at 2:00 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Cross died at 6:55 AM last Monday morning at a local hospital following a three week illness due to pneumonia. Interment will be made at the local cemetery. Mrs. Cross was nineteen years old at the time of her death and has been a resident of Devil's Lake for two years, coming here from Nebraska in 1926. She was married to Mr. Cross in November 1924 at Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa. The deceased is survived by her husband and a three year old daughter, May. Her father and mother Mrs. E.M. Hay, five brothers and three sisters survive. The brothers are Robert, Henry, Walter and Fred Hay of this city and Clayton Hay of Milbank, South Dakota., the sisters, Mrs. H.L. Baker of East Grand Forks, Minn., Mrs. Harry Taylor of Killdeer, and Mrs. Ed Cross of this city. All plan to be in the city for the funeral tomorrow, according to word received Tuesday. Mrs. Cross' parents, three brothers and one sister also live in the city.
Card Of Thanks We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kind words of sympathy and acts of kindness during our recent sorrow in the death of our darling Eva May. We want to thank Captain and Mrs. Adin who read and the ladies who sang, also those who gave so many beautiful flowers and those who helped us so much in many other ways.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hay and family,Mr. and Mrs. Jack Uecker, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hay and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cross and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hay, Mr. and Mrs. John Singshein, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hay, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hay, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hay and family, Mrs. Anna Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Cross.
More About Rosie May Hay:
Burial: Devil's Lake Cemetery, South Dakota.
Census 1910: South Dakota, Clay County, Riverside Township.
Census 1920: North Dakota, Morton County, Mandan- listed as Mazie.
More About Rosie May Hay and Raymond George Cross:
Marriage: November 1924, Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa.
Children of Rosie May Hay and Raymond George Cross are:
- Anna May Cross, b. 1925.