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John HollettAge: 82 years18791961

Name
John Hollett
Given names
John
Surname
Hollett
Birth October 10, 1879
MarriageDaisy Belle BoganView this family
August 30, 1902 (Age 22 years)
Death of a wifeDaisy Belle Bogan
January 29, 1905 (Age 25 years)

MarriageAnna E. LarickView this family
July 26, 1907 (Age 27 years)

Obituary
Marion Star
December 8, 1961 (Age 82 years)

Note: "John Nathan Hollett. Upper Sandusky-- John Nathan Hollet, 82, of Upper Sandusky died today at 4:55 am in his home. he had been in failing health four years. Born Oct 10, 1879, near Pennsville, he was the son of thomas N. and Olive L. Henery Hollett. On Aug 30, 1902, he married Daisy Bogan, who died Jan 29, 1905. He was married to Anna E. Larick Jul 25, 1907. She survives. He was a member of the Nevada Methodist Church, the Kings Builder Class of the church and was a former Antrim Tp. trustee. He was a retired farmer and carpenter. Surviving with the widow are two daughters, Mrs Foster I. Fackler of Shelby and Miss Bessie E. Hollett of Upper Sandusky.....One son... preceded him in death....Burial will be in the Nevada Cemetery...." Marion Star, 8 Dec 1961
Death December 1961 (Age 82 years)
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wife
Marriage: August 30, 1902Crawford Co, OH
Family with Anna E. Larick - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: July 26, 1907

Obituary

"John Nathan Hollett. Upper Sandusky-- John Nathan Hollet, 82, of Upper Sandusky died today at 4:55 am in his home. he had been in failing health four years. Born Oct 10, 1879, near Pennsville, he was the son of thomas N. and Olive L. Henery Hollett. On Aug 30, 1902, he married Daisy Bogan, who died Jan 29, 1905. He was married to Anna E. Larick Jul 25, 1907. She survives. He was a member of the Nevada Methodist Church, the Kings Builder Class of the church and was a former Antrim Tp. trustee. He was a retired farmer and carpenter. Surviving with the widow are two daughters, Mrs Foster I. Fackler of Shelby and Miss Bessie E. Hollett of Upper Sandusky.....One son... preceded him in death....Burial will be in the Nevada Cemetery...." Marion Star, 8 Dec 1961