Jeff Laughinghouse Dies in Hospital 1956
and Jean, W. have d- returned North e o n Tennessee. and spending Jeff Laughinghouse Dies In Hospital (Hopewell Bureau) Jeff Laughinghouse, 62, of 117 S. Ninth Ave., died early last in Petersburg General Hospital. was born in Vanceboro, N. C., October 1, 1894 and had lived in Hopewell for 30 years. He was employed by the Nitrogen Division here for the past 20 years. Surviving are: seven sisters: Mrs. M. G. Brown, of Hopewell; Mrs. Richard Nobles, of L i Washington, N. C.; Mrs. Jack Nobles, Nobles, of Chochwintyp*Nr C.,' -Mrs. Emmett Rhue, of Vanceboro; Lee Fillingames, of Newport Mrs.' William Wilson, of Vanceboro Vanceboro and Mrs. Albert Stewart, of Sanford, Fla.; brother, J a G. Laughinghouse, of Great Bend, Kas.; three step-sons: Coy Gask- kins, of Newbern, N. C.; Albert Gaskins, of Newbern and Edgar Gaskins, of Petersburg' and a stepdaughter, stepdaughter, Easter Gaskins, of Vanceboro. The body is at the Gould Funeral Funeral Home where funei'al services will be held in the chapel Saturday at 2 p. m. The Rev. C. R. Stevens, Stevens, pastor of First Baptist will officiate. Burial will be in Appomattox Cemetery.