Clipped From The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune
a FUNERAL SERVICES HELD FOR OLLEN FIGG, 58 Funeral services for Ollen Fig;*, 58, were held Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the Austin Funeral Home at Hale, with the Rev. Jerry Seabaugh of Brunswick officiating. Burial was in the Hale cemetery. Mr. Figg, son of Daniel and Ellen (Roberts^ Figg, was born at Williamsburg, Williamsburg, la., May 17, 1896. He died Wednesday at his home in Hale. He came with his parents to Missouri when he was a small boy, first settling near Wheeling, later moving to Bedford and then to Carroll County. He farmed in his entire life, living on various farms in Carroll County and in Hale the last few years. Oct. 10, 1917, he married Lucille Richardson. He is survived by his wife; three sons, Harold Figg, Lloyd Figg and Donald Figg, all of Hale; two daughters, Mrs. Helen Hensley and Mrs. Beatrice Bannan, both of Hale; a brother, Samuel Figg, Portland, Portland, Ore; five half-brothers and sisters, Hemy Figg, Liberty; Bill Figg, Bedford; Ralph Figg, Hale; Mrs. Stanley Singleton, Avalon; Mrs. Wilbur Waite, Wheeling, and Mrs. Glenn Watson, Wheeling, and five grandchildren.