Clipped From Cumberland Evening Times
Joseph T. O'Haver OAKLAND — Joseph Thomas O'Haver, 84, dropped dead Sunday afternoon on the county highwa; near his home, Button. A native of Mt. Storm, W. Va., hi was born, December 3, 1867, a son o the late John W. and Lydia (Aron. holt) O'Haver. Surviving are seven daughters Mrs. Bertie Cristsinger, Steubenville Ohio; Mrs. Lillie White and Mrs Virginia Bowman, both of Crellin Mrs. Amy Cross and Mrs. Thelma Blotselty, both of Hutton; Mrs Helen Nair, Loch Lynn, and Mrs Annie Shaffer, Brookside, W. Va. four sons, John O'Haver, Hutton Alvin O'Haver, Mt. Lake Park, and Joseph and Ervin O'Haver, both o: Oakland; one sister. Mrs. Ida King La Vale, and 42 grandchildren. Last rite* will be held tomorrow at 2 p. m. in Maple Springs Church Eglon, W. Va., with Rev. Ralph Bowman, pastor, officiating. Interment Interment will be in the church cemetery The body is at the Bolden Funem Home.