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a. Note:   Jeannie Finch, July 2001. 1920 US Census Missouri, Sullivan Co., Pleasant Hill. SD 2, ED 172, Sheet 3A, 7 & 8 January 1920. Farm 56 68. Havens, William H., head, own home mortgaged, male, white, age 54, married, KY US US, farmer, general farm. Laura E., wife, female, white, age 49, married, KS US US. Andrew T., son, male, white, age 29, single, MO KY KS. Olga, daughter, female, white, age 24, single, MO KY KS. Leona E., daughter, female, white, age 26, single, MO KY KS. Nellie F., daughter, female, whtie, age 18, single, MO KY KS. Sheet 3B. Annie L., daughter, female, white, age 17, single, MO KY KS. Hazel O., daughter, female, white, age 16, single, MO KY KS. Eunice P., daughter, female, white, age 14, single, MO KY KS. Samuel, son, male, white, age 11, single, MO KY KS. Henry H., son, male, white, age 9, single, MO KY KS. Wenonah, daughter, female, white, age 7, single, MO KY KS. Thanine W., son, male, white, age 4 4/12, single, MO KY KS.
  Social Security Death Index Name: H. Havens SSN: 487-34-7832 Last Residence: 64630 Browning, Linn, Missouri, United States of America Born: 14 Feb 1911 Died: Apr 1979 State (Year) SSN issued: Missouri (Before 1951)
  HENRY HILEMON HAVENS: "Milan Standard,Milan,MO. 12 April 1979 Sec.3,Pg.4,Col.4" Henry Hilemon Havens Henry Hilemon Havens, 68, a resident of Browning, passed away unexpectedly April 5,1979 at the Sullivan County Memorial Hospital in Milan, Mo. He was the son of William Henry and Laura Ellen Long Havens and spent most of his life in the counties of Linn and Sullivan. Hilemon was a retired farmer of the Browning community. He was united in marriage to Ella Mae Hines on Dec.29,1930 and three children were born to this union. Hilemon was baptized in the Locust Valley Church in his late twenties and later transferred his membership to the Browning Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his father and mother; one daughter, Betty Kellogg in 1960; four brothers, Harry, Leon, William and Tim; five sisters: Ethel, Alpha, Leona, Nell, and Eunice; and infant twins. Survivors include his wife of the home, one daughter, Georgianna Britton, his only son, Harvey Max; and two grandsons Jim and Jerry, who were reared in the home, whom he loved dearly. He is also survived by two brothers Wilson Havens of Browning and Phil Havens of Paris; four sisters Mrs. Vic (Hazel) Jones of Browning; Mrs. Wayne (Leona) Burdette of Kirksville; Mrs. Orville (Olga) Elliott; and Mrs. Frank (Anna) Brown, both of Brookfield; 8 grandchildren and four great grandchildren, several nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. Hilemon was a kind and loving husband, father and grandfather who will be sadly missed by his family and friends. A loving one from us is gone, A voice we loved is still. A place is vacant in our heart, Which never can be filled. God in his Wisdom has recalled The boon His love has given. Although the body is resting here, The soul is safe in heaven. Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 8,1979 at the Browning Baptist Church, pastor Clarence Barker officiated. Mrs.Tressie Christy accompanied Mrs. Susan Rudloff and Mrs. Velma Jennings, who sang "Beyond the Sunset" and "Take My Hand Precious Lord". Pallbearers were Charles Hines, Billie Wayne Hines, Ronnie Hines, all of Brookfield; Wendell Havens, Browning; Eddie Heerlein and Dennis Young, both of St.Joseph. Internment was held at the Knifong Cemetery under the direction of the Wade Funeral Home. CARD OF THANKS Our sincere appreciation for the cards,food,flowers,and other kind acts during the loss of our loved one. They were appreciated greatly. The family of Hilemon Havens is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.