jacksonville daily journal 23 nov 1930 page 166

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jacksonville daily journal 23 nov 1930 page 166 - noon the jury brought in a verdict for the-...
noon the jury brought in a verdict for the- defendant. JAMES HOCKING OF FRANKLIN IS TAKEN BY DEATH James L. Hocking, a well knowrn Franklin ma-n, was found dead in bed at his home Saturday morning by bis ¡wife, Mrs. Ella Hocking. About five '¡o’clock Mrs. Hocking noticed that ; something was wrong and called to !her husband. He is believed to have I been dead for an hoUr or more. , T f d,eceiIent h,a(J in declining 55!"? ,or Tefa(' ye£Land »aS v j !l!!d b!: ,a PhfKlan Wf; He had: Kaan oKlo to Ko n t'Annrl £eT abllto be *rofun? hv°,use but I non ■»'»rvt hoon ahlo fn fniinnr nic trorlo had not been able to follow his trade as painter and paperhanger of a num- ber of months. Mr. Hocking vyas a lifetime resident of the Franklin communitv. He leaves! his wife; three sons and one daugh-: ter, Merle and Marshall Hocking, both of Springfield; Oliver Hocking and! 1 Mrs. Kenneth Wood. Franklin; twfo brothers, Richard Hocking, Jackson-j ville, and Fletcher Hocking,’Franklin: and one sister, Mrs. Marshall Burnett,; Franklin. One son and one daughter preceded him in death. The remains w'ere prepared burial at the Neece funeral home in! Franklin and will be returned to the residence. Funeral arrangements are

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  1. The Jacksonville Daily Journal,
  2. 23 Nov 1930, Sun,
  3. Page 16

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