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Edward Joseph, Gale Robert & Norman Lynn Hawk
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Lyon Valley Cemetery
Hennessey,  Kingfisher County, OK

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Obit for Edward posted by Jo Aguirre

Hennessey Clipper
30 May 1929 Thu Page 1

INFANT DIES OF INFLUENZA 
Edward Joseph, aged two months and 23 days, son of Mr. and Mrs. Coe Hawk, of  northeast of Hennessey, died Saturday morning at an Enid Hospital.  Death resulted from acidosis influenza. 

Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon, from Union Chapel, northeast of  Hennessey, and interment made in the Lyon Valley cemetery.

Edward Joseph Hawk, born March 2, 1929, departed this life Saturday, May 21, 1929 at  11:30 am,  at the Enid General Hospital after a brief illness. 

All that loving hearts and  hands could do availed not in staying the call of death.

He is survived by his parents, Coe and Irma Hawk, and many other relatives.  Many sympathetic friends and neighbors are grieving with the parents.  
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Obit for Gale posted by Jo Aguirre

Hennessey Clipper
10 May 1934 Thu Page 8

INFANT SON OF MR AND MRS  COE HAWK DIES SUDDENLY 
Gale Robert Hawk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Coe Hawk, who reside northeast of Hennessey was born May the 25th, 1930, died at his home 8:30 p.m. May 5, 1934 at the age of 3 years, 11 months and 10 days.

Gale during his short earthly life had passed through sickness, during which time parents, loved ones, physicians, nurses and attendants fought prayerfully and earnestly for his life, and having overcome it he seemed on the road to complete re3covery, but death came unexpected , bringing deep sorrow to his parents, loved ones and friends.

One brother proceeded Gale in death, on May 15th, 1929, Joseph Edward by name.

Gale leaves to mourn their love, his loving and grief-stricken parents, one baby brother Floyd Ray, His grandfather and grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hawk, Pleasant Hill, MO. Also his grandfather and grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. A. G, Witt, Marshall and a great grandmother. Mrs. Ella Knapp, New London, O.  Many other relatives and many neighbors and friends that were interested in him and loved him.  

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