Laura Hake (wife of Harvey) obit
MRS, LAURA HAKE STRICKEN TODA Widow of Murdered Cov tngtort Martha! Diet at Home Here. Falling health for a number b years culminated suddenly In fereb'ral hemorrhage' at 6:30 o'clock this morning causlhg the death o Mrs. Laura Belle Hake, 76, at ne home, 526 College street. Mrs. Hake came to Piqua 23 year ago, two years afte'i' the- tragl death of her husband, Harvey J Hake, Covlngton marshal, who diet at the hands of Albert Clark, whi shot him as lie attempted to en^e Clark's home and arrest him on' a charge of murder, clrcuirefaride! of the crime are" still well remem bered in Miami county, Clark pay- Ing the penalty for his deed in the electric chair. His widow was the daughter o Aaron and Catherine Feeser Harm born May 16, 1863, at Gettysburg 6. She married Marshal Hake Julj 3, 1887, and was a member of th: Presbyterian church, Covington.. Two children, Miss Madge Haki nnd Gordon Hake, both of Piqua survive, as do five grandchildren a brother, Benjamin Hahn, and i sister, Mrs. Nora Miller, both of Gettysburg. A son, Paul, died in infancy. - • Friends may call at the late residence residence Wednesday afternooon and evening and Thursday until 1:30 o'clock when a short prayer service will be held, preliminary to services at 3:30 o'clock in the Gettysburg vlethodist church. Burial will bi in the Gettysburg cemetery.