Person:John Givens (34)

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John H Givens
b.3 OCT 1869 , Pike, Missouri
d.28 JUN 1940 , Garland, Arkansas
m. 8 DEC 1853
  1. Charles N Givens1854 - Abt 1905
  2. James Martin Givens1856 - 1919
  3. William M Givens1857 - 1859
  4. Alice Bell Givens1859 - 1938
  5. Samuel R Givens1860 - 1894
  6. Ada Lee Givens1865 - 1940
  7. Mary Elizabeth Givens1867 - 1930
  8. John H Givens1869 - 1940
  9. Joseph Craig Givens1872 - 1918
  10. Earnest C Givens1875 - 1915
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Name John H Givens
Gender Male
Birth? 3 OCT 1869 , Pike, Missouri
Death? 28 JUN 1940 , Garland, Arkansas
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!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Research of Christa Lillis Wilkins (deceased); records in possession of Robert E. Givens, Fresno, CA. RESIDENCE: 1107 Malvern Ave., Hot Springs, Arkansas. DEATH: Arkansas Death Index, 1914 -1950 at Ancestry.com - Name: John H Givens Death Day: 28 Death Month: Jun Death Year: 1940 County: Garland Roll Number: 19341940. CENSUS: 1920 - In Penns Grove, Salem, New Jersey - ED 173, Ancestry Image 21 of 31. He is listed as John H Givins 52 (single) MO KY KY. He was living alone. Could this be our John?? OCCUPATION: Listed as Dye Works Operator on the 1920 census. JUNE 29, 1940 OBITUARY : SENTINEL RECORD HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK dated 29 Jun 1940 - JOHN C. GIVENS, 73 A RESIDENT OF HOT SPRINGS FOR 11 YEARS DIED EARLY YESTERDAY MORNING IN A LOCAL HOSPITAL FOLLOWING A SHORT ILLNESS. BESIDES HIS WIFE, BESSIE, HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON, FRANK, AND ONE DAUGHTER HELEN GROSS, BOTH OF ST. LOUIS MO. FUNERAL ARRANGMENTS ARE INCOMPLETE AND WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER BY CARUTH FUNERAL HOME. Then again on JUNE 30, 1940 - KNIFE WOUNDS PROVE FATAL TO WAR VETERAN. FUNERAL SERVICES FOR JOHN H. GIVENS 71, SPANISH AMERICAN WAR VETERAN, WILL BE HELD MONDAY AFTERNOON AT 2:00 FROM THE CARUTH FUNERAL HOME. MR. GIVENS, A PROMINENT MEMBER OF MASONIC CIRCLES HERE AND A RESIDENT OF HOT SPRINGS FOR 14 YEARS, DIED IN THE ARMY AND NAVY GENERAL HOSPITAL FRIDAY. THE EX-SOLDIER WAS TAKEN TO THE SERVICE HOSPITAL WEDNESDAY IN A PAUL HEADY AMBULANCE. OFFICERS ROY W. DILLARD AND MILFORD SANDERS, CALLED TO GIVENS HOME AT 114 JEFFERSON STREET, SAID HE WAS SUFFERING FROM KNIFE WOUNDS ABOUT THE THROAT, APPARENTLY SELF-INFLICTED WITH A KNIFE. AUTHORITES INDICATED THAT AN INQUEST WOULD NOT BE HELD. SURVIVORS IN ADDITION TO HIS WIDOW, BESSIE, INCLUDE ONE SON FRANK GIVENS, AND ONE DAUGHTER, MRS HELEN CROSS, BOTH OF ST. LOUIS MO. THREE NEPHEWS, W.E. COX, LITTLE ROCK, AR, E.R. COX, METROPOLIS, IL, AND JAMES GIVENS, TUSCON, AZ. ONE STEP-DAUGHTER, MRS. FRED EVERICH, HOT SPRINGS. JOHN POMRANKY CAMP NO. 18 UNITED SPANISH AMERICAN WAR VETERANS HAVE BEEN REQUESTED TO MEET AT THE FUNERAL HOME FOR THE SERVICE.

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