NameHassard Martin Hall, 1C2R
Birth11 Feb 1894, Rowan Co., Kentucky
Death11 Feb 1977, Rowan Co., Kentucky
BurialClearfield Cemetery, Rowan Co., Ky
SpouseOla M. Forman
BirthOct 1899, Morgan Co., Kentucky
Death7 Feb 1981, Rowan Co., Kentucky
BurialBrown Cemetery, off U.S. 60, Morehead, Ky
Notes for Hassard Martin Hall
His WW I draft registration card, filed 5 June 1917 in Stark Co., Ohio, records Hassard M. Hall, age 23, residence 1314 6th St. NE, Canton, Ohio, born 11 Feb 1894 in Moorhead, Ky, occupation railroader, employer Penn R.R.Co, Canton, married suporting a wife & child.
His WW II draft registration card, filed in 1942, records Hassard Martin Hall, age 48, residence 117 N. Broadway, Shelby, Richland Co., Ohio, born 11 Feb 1894 in Rowan Co., Ky, nearest relative Mrs. Bessie Hall, 117 N. Broadway, Shelby Co., Ohio, employer Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co., Shelby, Ohio.
The Kentucky death index lists Hassard M. Hall, age 83, died 11 Feb 1977 in Rowan Co.
His obituary in the Morehead News of Feb 16, 1977 said “Rev. Hassard M. Hall, 83, died Feb. 11 at the Daniel Boone Convalescent Center, Morehead, after an extended illness. Rev. Hall, a Church of God minister, was the son of the late Henry and Clara Johnson Hall. Rev. Hall was a retired employee of the New York Central Railroad Company. In addition to his wife, Mrs. Ola Blair Hall, he is survived by one son, Gene Hall, Shelby, Ohio; one stepson, Earl Blair, Morehead; one sister, Mrs. Cordia White, Clearfield.
Funeral services were held last Sunday at 2:30 pm at the First Church of God Tabernacle, with the Rev. Scott Griffith officiating. Burial was in the Clearfield Cemetery. Pall bearers were Paul Foreman, Denver Foreman, Junior Pettit, J. C. Jolly, Woodrow Hall and Virgil Workman.”
Notes for Ola M. Forman
Millard’s obituary reported that he married Ola Flannery, but there is no Ola Flannery in the 1900 or 1910 census, and the records for their sons are consistent that her maiden name was Forman (or some variant spelling.)