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William Franklin Bennett, Sr. Obituary

Judge Stonewall J. Hose Obituary

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Classification: Obituary
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Surnames: Hose, Bennett
Macon Paper - Macon, Ga. January 23, 1909
Perry, Ga. - Jan. 22 - Judge Stonewall J. Hose was buried here this afternoon in Evergreen Cemetery. He died yesterday at his home on Evergreen Street, surrounded by his family and loved ones. He had been ill with typhoid fever for ten weeks.
He was born and reared near Perry in Houston County and for a number of years was a Justice of the Peace.
In the last county election he was elected ordinary, but was too ill on January 1st last, to be sworn into office.
He was about 48 years of age. He is survived by his wife, one son and five daughters.
[Note: Stonewall J. Hose - Born February 16, 1862 - Died January 21, 1909 is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Perry, Ga. beside his wife, Leila Mae Bennett Hose [1861-1945]

Mrs. Stonewall J. [Leila Mae Bennett] Hose Obituary

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Classification: Obituary
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Surnames: Hose, Bennett, Colquitt, Dell, Smith, Biggers
The Macon Telegraph - Macon, Ga. April 26, 1945
Funeral arrangements are incomplete pending the arrival of relatives for Mrs. Leila Mae Bennett Hose who died at her residence, 189 Magnolia Street early yesterday morning. She had been in declining health for the past several months, her last illness lasting three days.
Mrs. Hose was born in Vienna, Georgia on November 18, 1861, the daughter of the late William F. and Mary Davis Bennett. She spent her early life in Marshallville and Perry coming to Macon to make her home about 30 years ago.
On December 12, 1888, she was married to the late Stonewall J. Hose. She was a member of the Mulberry Street Methodist Church.
Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. L. H. Colquitt and Mrs. Mary Dell, both of Macon; Mrs. Martha Smith of New York and Mrs. Robert E. Biggers of Chattanooga, Tennessee; a son, John W. Hose of Charlotte;, one brother, Gordon Bennett of Macon and one sister, Mrs. Lucy Bennett Massey of Atlanta; & seven grandchildren.
Definite funeral arrangements will be announced later by Memorial Chapel, funeral directors.
[Note: Leila Mae Bennett, wife of S. J. Hose - Born Nov. 18, 1861 - Died April 25, 1945 is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Perry, Ga. beside her husband, Stonewall J. Hose [1862-1909]

Mrs. William Franklin [Mary Ann Davies] Bennett Obituary

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Classification: Obituary
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Surnames: Bennett, Davies, Hose, Massey
The Macon Daily Telegraph - Macon, Ga. June 4, 1925
Mrs. M. A. Bennett 83, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lucy (Bennett) Massey, 198 Magnolia Street, [Macon] at 10:15 o'clock last night. Her death was due to the infirmities of old age, but was quite sudden. She had been a resident of Macon for twenty-five years.
Mrs. Bennett was a native of Marshallville, Georgia. The body will be taken to that place for interment after the funeral, the time for which has not been fixed pending the arrival of a son from Akron, Ohio.
Mrs. Bennett is survived by two sons and two daughters, Louis H. Bennett of Jeffersonville, Ga., Gordon Bennett of Okron, Ohio; Mrs. Lucy Massey and Mrs. S. J. Hose of this city.
[Note: Mrs. Mary Ann (Davies) Bennett - Born 11-11-1840 - Died 5-22-1925 is buried in Marshallville Cemetery beside her husband in an unmarked grave.[Bennett Family is considering marking this grave.]

William Franklin Bennett, Sr. Obituary

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Classification: Obituary
Edited: 1031669466000
Surnames: Bennett, Davies
The Houston Home Journal - Perry, Ga. May 4, 1893
Mr. William f. Bennett, Sr., one of the oldest and most highly esteemed citizens of Houston County, died at his home about five miles west of Perry last Thursday, April 27, 1893.
He was buried with Masonic honors at Marshallville on Friday.
For three months he had been in poor health, and for two weeks previous to his death, he was seriously ill.
Mr. Bennett was born in South Carolina in October 1833, but has been a resident of Georgia since early boyhood.
In turn, he lived in Twiggs, Macon and Dooly Counties and for seven years had been a citizen of Houston. He was Justice of the Peace of the Upper 14th District and had been re-elected to that office more than once.
Mr. Bennett was a correct man in all his dealings, honest and upright, a consistent member of the Methodist Church, a man honored by all who knew him.
He leaves a widow, five sons, three daughters and other relatives and in their sore bereavement, many friends sincerely sympathize. A truly good man has been called ____________________________.[Can't read last line]
[Five sons: William Franklin Bennett, Jr., Charles Iverson Bennett, John A. Bennett, James Gordon Bennett, Sr. & Lewis Henry Bennett - Three daughters: Mary Lelia (Bennett) Hose, Tussie Evelyne (Bennett) Wall, Lucy Audrey (Bennett) Massey.
[Note: W. F. Bennett [listed as W.E. Bennett in "Cemeteries of Macon County", the marker is worn and difficult to read] CSA No dates. [William Franklin Bennett, Sr. was born 10-23-1833 - Died 4-24-1893] Family is considering putting a new marker on his grave.]
Buried next to him in an unmarked grave is his wife, Mary Ann Davies Bennett, [Born abt. 1842 Died June 3, 1925
Both are buried in Marshallville Cemetery Bennett Family Lot No. 19
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