Surname: Hayes

Hayes, Lydia Montgomery – Obituary

Mrs. Geo Hayes Passes Today At Broadview Home Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. choose a state: Any AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY INTL Start Now Mrs. Lydia Hayes wife of George Hayes, passed away at her home in the Broadview district this morning [August 1, 1934]. She had been ill for several months but her death comes as a great shock to her family and many friends. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Montgomery and was born September 3, 1887. With the exception of about 13 years, Mrs. Hayes spent her entire life on the home farm where she passed away, eight of which were spent in the Yakima Valley. She was married to George Hayes, October 1, 1905, and to this union two children were born, Mrs. Helen Rambough, Sunnyside, Miss Hilda Hayes, Ellensburg. Besides her husband and two daughters, she leaves four sisters, Mrs. Jack Harmon (Elizabeth), Mrs. A. C. Springsteen (Ada), Mrs. Dan Bates (Leta), Mrs. Urban Uebelacker (Hallie), all of Ellensburg, one grand daughter, Donna Marie Rambough,...

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Hayes, George W. – Obituary

Heart Trouble Fatal To Youth, George W. Hayes, 20, Born In Ellensburg, Succumbs Last Night. George Wesley Hayes, 20, son of Mr. and Mr. J. J. Hayes, died Wednesday evening at 8 o’clock at the home of his uncle, Harry K. Hayes at 14th and Water streets. He had been ill for a year with heart trouble. The deceased leaves, in addition to his parents, two sisters and two brothers, Mrs. Martin Indermuhle of Meridian, Idaho; and Velma, Earl and James Hayes of Ellensburg. He was born in Ellensburg Feb. 15, 1904. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 o’clock from the Methodist church, the Rev. J. W. Caughlan officiating. George died December 3, 1924. He was...

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Hayes, James Jonathan – Obituary

James J. ‘Johnnie’ Hayes, 98, of Rt. 2 in the Thrall area, died Wednesday [died February 23, 1977] at a local nursing home. He was born February 22, 1879 (headstone 1880) in Otoe County, Neb. He came here from Iowa in 1883 and lived in School District No. 12 for 80 years. He farmed in the Badger Pocket and Denmark areas until 1967 when he moved to Thrall. He and Dorothy (Tillie) Curtis were married Jan. 29, 1899. She preceded him in death Oct. 6, 1972. Survivors include: two daughters, Mrs. Hazel Indermuhle and Mrs. Velma Casey, and one brother, Harry Hayes, all of Ellensburg; seven grandchildren; 25 great grandchildren, and 21 great great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by three sons: James, George and Earl. Funeral services will be Saturday at 11:00 a.m. at Evenson Chapel. The Rev. Alvin Lustie will officiate and burial will follow at the IOOF...

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Hayes, Rebecca Jane Fry – Obituary

The death of Mrs. Rebecca Jane Hayes, wife of Sanford Hayes, occurred on Sunday morning [May 25, 1913], after a lingering illness. The funeral services took place on Monday at 11 a.m. at the Kittitas Baptist Church, Mr. Hanson of the Church of Latter Day Saints officiating, and were attended by a large number of friends of the deceased. Mrs. Hayes was a pioneer of the Kittitas Valley, having come here in 1882. She was 77 years of age, her birthplace being Millersburg, Ohio, in 1836. During the course of her early life she made four overland journeys across the plains. Mrs. Hayes was one of a family of eleven children, all of whom are dead except a sister, Mrs. Maria Wheeler. She was the mother of seven children, five sons and two daughters, all of whom survive her. They are James, Sanford, Samuel, Milo, and William Hayes; Mrs. Shelton and Mrs. Fortney of Ellensburg. Twenty-three grandchildren and a number of great grandchildren are numbered among her descendants. Contributed by: Shelli...

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Hayes, Mae Etta Noland – Obituary

Mrs. May Hayes, the wife of Harry Hayes who has lived in the valley for many years, recently being employed by the county, died Tuesday morning [December 1, 1925] from pneumonia, having been ill less than two weeks. Mrs. Hayes was born and raised in the Okanogan country. Besides her husband, she is survived by two small children, Homer, aged five years and Juanita, aged three years. Her mother, Mrs. Etta Vaughn is living in the Okanogan country. She also leaves her father, Barney Noland of Wenatchee and several brothers and sisters. Funeral services were held this afternoon from the Baptist Church the Rev. A. B. Morris officiating. Contributed by: Shelli...

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Hayes, Clarence – Obituary

Clarence R. (Bud) Hayes, a son of pioneer Kittitas Valley parents, died at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Yakima Monday at the age of 65. He had been hospitalized for three weeks and had been in failing health for about a year. Hayes was born at the family home in the Denmark district Dec. 13, 1891, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James T. Hayes, who settled on the ranch in 1883. He lived in the Denmark area until five years ago, when he moved to Yakima. He was married Jan. 23, 1913, at Ellensburg to Leza Louise Blair. To them were born four sons and three daughters, all of whom survive. The sons are Les, Eugene and Robert Hayes, all of Ellensburg, and Richard Hayes of Eltopia, Washington. The daughters are Mrs. Una Waltgen, Ellensburg; Mrs. Ruth Louise Miller, Moses Lake, and Mrs. Dorothy Roletto, Ronald. On Dec. 29, 1945, he was married to Alma Gibson at Yakima and a son and a daughter of that marriage survive. They are Alena 10, and Robert, 6, both of Yakima. Also surviving are three brothers, Johnny and Harry K. Hayes, both of Ellensburg, and Abe Hayes of Kittitas; one sister, Mrs. Marie Bender of Ellensburg, and 16 grandchildren. Time and place for the funeral services will be announced later by the Evenson Funeral Home. The family requests that those...

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Hayes, Milo Francis – Obituary

Milo Francis Hayes, 63, who nearly a quarter of a century ago made his home here, died suddenly [April 27, 1937] at the home of his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sheldon of Wendell, Idaho, yesterday. He was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Sanford P. Hayes. He made his home in the Kittitas Valley for many years before moving to Nampa, Idaho, in 1913. In addition to his sister, he is survived by two brothers, William and Samuel Hayes of Ellensburg. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock at the Honeycutt Chapel. Rev. F. L. Pedersen will be in charge. Burial will be in the IOOF Cemetery. Contributed by Shelly...

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Hayes, James Thomas – Obituary

James T. Hayes, Kittitas Valley pioneer, passed away at his home Friday, May 24 [1935], at the age of 79 years and one day. He was born in Iowa, May 23, 1856, and came to this valley 52 years ago and has remained here since that time. Besides his widow to whom he was married 59 years ago he is survived by seven children, three brothers, and one sister. The children include John, George, Abe, Clarence, Harry, Mrs. Louis Bender and Mrs. Dora Willis, all of this city. The brothers are Sam and William of Ellensburg and Milo of Idaho while the sister is Mrs. Viola Sheldon of Wendell, Idaho. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Honeycutt Chapel with the Rev. Ernest Tuck officiating. Interment was in the IOOF Cemetery. Contributed by Shelly...

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Hayes, Samuel – Obituary

Sam Hayes, 73, former long-time resident of the Kittitas Valley, died last night October 30, 1949 at a Yakima hospital. Hayes had been a farmer in the Kittitas Valley for the greater part of his life until he retired and moved to Yakima about 10 years ago. A native of Colorado, Hayes came to the Kittitas Valley 65 years ago with his father, the late Sanford Hayes, a pioneer of this area. Hayes is survived by a sister, Mrs. W. S. Sheldon of Twin Falls, Ida., a grand nephew, James Hayes of Ellensburg, and numerous other nieces and nephews in the Kittitas and Yakima valleys. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Honeycutt-Evenson Chapel. Rev. Dan J. Rueb will officiate and interment will be in the IOOF Cemetery. Samuel’s mother was Rebecca Jane Fry. He was married to Orpha...

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Hayes, Robert Lewis – Obituary

The body of Robert Lewis Hayes, 36, who was electrocuted north of Spokane Monday morning [November 30, 1964], will be returned here by the Evenson Funeral Home for services and burial. His home was at Kittitas. Arrangements are pending the arrival [IOOF Cemetery]. Mr. Hayes was born May 30, 1928 in Ellensburg, attended Kittitas High School and served with the US Navy during the Korean War. He married Mollie Mullen on Sept. 21, 1957 in Kittitas and they had made their home there since that time. He was a member of the Moose Lodge and the Electrical Workers Union NO. 77 at Richland. He had been working for the Power City Construction and Equipment Co. in Spokane the past five years on various jobs and had been in Spokane the last week. Survivors are his wife and three daughters, Marsha, 6, and twins Patty and Pammy, 5, at the family home; his mother, Mrs. Leza Hayes of Ellensburg; and three sisters, Mrs. Victor Wiltgen, Ellensburg, Mrs. Walt Miller, Reno, Nev., and Mrs. Fred Roletto, Ronald. Newspaper Notice: Robert L. Hayes, a construction worker from Ellensburg, apparently electrocuted Monday morning as he worked atop a 130 foot Bonneville Power Administration tower north of here, the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office reported. Hayes, in his early 30’s, was an employee of Power City Construction and Equipment, Inc., a firm which recently won...

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Hayes, Helen Lorine Kinkade – Obituary

Helen Lorine Hayes, 62, Kittitas, died Tuesday, Dec. 29, 1987, at Kittitas Valley Community Hospital. She was born in Ellensburg on Mar. 2, 1925. A daughter of Dallas and Mabel (Olson) Kinkade. Mrs. Hayes was graduated from Ellensburg High School and was employed as a sales clerk at the J. C. Penney Co. for 23 years. She and Woodrow J. Hayes were married in Ellensburg on Feb. 2, 1946. She later worked with her husband in the Hayes Tax Office in Kittitas. Mrs. Hayes was a member of the First Christian Church. Survivors include her husband, Woody, Kittitas; a son, David, Pullman, and a brother, Howard Kinkade, Yakima. She was preceded in death in 1964 by a son, Howard John Hayes. Funeral services will be Saturday 11 a.m., at Cotton Chapel, Ellensburg. Burial will follow at the High Valley Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to High Valley Cemetery, P. O. Box 173, Ellensburg, or to charity of...

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Hayes, William – Obituary

William Hayes, 71, a resident of the Kittitas Valley for 60 years, died here Saturday evening. He came here in 1882. For the past few years, he made his home with a niece, Mrs. Dora Willis, here He is survived by a brother, Samuel T. Hayes, of Yakima; a sister Mrs. W. T. Sheldon, of Twin Falls, Idaho, and numerous nieces and nephews ************* William was the son of Sanford Hayes and Rebecca Fry. He died May 30, 1942. He is buried in the IOOF Cemetery with a marker provided by the cemetery Contributed by: Sheli...

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Hayes, Harry Klondike – Obituary

Harry K. Hayes, 79, died Monday [May 2, 1977] at Kittitas Valley Community Hospital. He was born June 16, 1897 in Ellensburg. He farmed in the Denmark District until retirement in 1962. He continued to live on the farm until he moved to Ellensburg in 1972. He and his wife Ruby then made their home at 700 S. Whitman St Survivors in addition to his wife include four sons, Homer Hayes of Oak Harbor, bill Hayes of Oak Harbor, bill Hayes of Prosser, Jerry Hayes of Yakima, and Joel Hayes of Renton; four daughters, Mrs. Juanita Dusbabek of Seattle, Mrs. Barbara Scenna of Corona, NY, Mrs. Kay McPherson of Ellensburg, and Mrs. Sandra Johnson of Ellensburg; 26 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral will be 2 p.m., May 5, at Evenson Chapel. The Rev. Bill Dietz will officiate and burial will follow at High Valley Memorial Gardens The family suggests those wishing to send memorials send them to the Heart Fund in care of Mrs. Frank Green, 913 E. Washington St Harry was the son of James Thomas Hayes and Nancy Elizabeth Fortney. He was born May 23, 1856. He was married three times: Mae Etta Noland on April 12 1919 in Ellensburg, Rose Phillips on July 4, 1927 in Canada, and Ruby Miles about 1929 Contributed by: Sheli...

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Hayes, Ruby Miles – Obituary

Ruby Hayes, 90, daughter of William and Rosa (Owens) Miles, died February 21 [1992] in Ellensburg. She was born in Surgoinsville, Tenn., on December 2, 1901. At the age of six, her family moved to Washington where she attended school in the Ellensburg area. She and her husband, Harry, farmed for more than 50 years in the Denmark area before moving into Ellensburg in 1972. Survivors include three sons, William Hayes of Prosser, Jerry Hayes of Yakima, and Joel Hayes of Renton; three daughters, Barbara Scenna of Oak Park, Mich., Kay McPherson and Sandra Johnson of Ellensburg, stepson Homer Hayes of Oak Harbor, stepdaughter Juanita Dusbabeck of Kent, 21 grandchildren, 5 step grandchildren, 25 great grandchildren, and 7 step great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Harry in 1977, daughter Shirley in 1976, great grandson Jarrod in 1984, three sisters and four brothers. Services will be 2 p.m., Monday, at Steward & Williams Chapel in Ellensburg. Pastor Fred Lampley will conduct the service. Burial will be at High Valley Cemetery following the service. The family requests memorials may be made to Kittitas County Hospice, c/o Kittitas Valley Community Hospital, 603 S. Chestnut, Ellensburg, 98926. Contributed by: Shelli...

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Hayes, Katherine Etta “Katie” Harris Mrs. – Obituary

Katherine Etta “Katie” Hayes, 81, died Aug. 9, 2005, at St Elizabeth Health Services after a knee replacement operation. Her graveside memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Mount Hope Cemetery. Katie was born at Salina, Kan., on Aug. 21, 1923, to Nathaniel Creager Harris, a not-so-tall Texan, and Mary Margaret Shank. The Shank family had lived in Kansas for many years as homestead-era farmers. Salina was her home through 1941. After graduating from Salina High School, she set off like many of her generation to work in support of the war effort as a Western Union operator in Pueblo, Colo. It was in Pueblo that Katie met her future husband, Walter Hartwell Hayes. Walt, a longtime Baker City resident, was posted at Pueblo with the U.S. Army in the Signal Corps. Walt and Katie were engaged in late 1942 and, after Walt’s transfer from Pueblo, were married at Walla Walla, Wash., on Aug. 7, 1943. Walt and Katie were subsequently transferred to Lincoln, Neb., where their first child, Walter Creager “Creag” Hayes, was born on Katie’s 21st birthday, Aug. 21, 1944. In mid-1945, Katie and her little baby took the train to Baker City to be with her husband’s parents while awaiting Walt’s discharge in November 1945. Except for a brief one-year period when they lived at Portland, Katie and Walt spent the rest of their...

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