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Obituary Roy Saxe,
Hannibal, Missouri, 21 Aug 1965


Hannibal Courier-Post, Marion County, Hannibal, Missouri, 23 August 1965

	Roy Saxe, 72, Dies Suddenly;  Funeral Tudesday.  Roy Saxe, 705 S.
Main St., was pronounced dead upon arrival at Levering Hospital Saturday
night at 8:10 after suffering a heart attack at his home.
	The body was removed to the O'Donnell Funeral Home where services
will be conducted at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.  Dr. Elba Martin, pastor
of Lindell Avenue Christian Church, will officiate and interment will be in
Mr. Olivet Cemetery in Vandalia.
	Military rites will be conducted at 7:30 tonight at the funeral home
by the Emmette J. Shields Post No. 55, American Legion.  Friends may call at
the funeral home after 4 p.m. today.
	Mr. Saxe was born September 28, 1892 in Vandalia, a son of the late
George and Mary Tuggle Saxe.  He attended the Presbyterian Church.
	He served with the U.S. Navy from 1913 to 1919 and was a member of
the Emmette J. Shields Post No. 55, American Legion.  Mr. Saxe was an auto
body repairman for the B&R Garage for many years before his retirement.
	Surviving are his wife, Nell, two half-brothers, Francis Saxe of
Fulton and William Saxe of Vandalia, nieces and nephews.  A sister preceded
him in death.




Vandalia Leader, Audrain County, Vandalia, Missouri, 26 August 1965

	Roy Saxe Dies At Hannibal.  Roy Saxe, 72, of Hannibal and
half-brother of William Saxe of Vandalia died Saturday evening, August 21
after suffering a heart attack at his home.  He was pronounced dead upon
arrival at the Levering hospital.
	Funeral services were conducted at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at
the O'Donnell Funeral Home in Hannibal with the Dr. Elba Martin, pastor of
Lindell Ave. Christian Church officiating.  Graveside services were held at
the Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Vandalia.
	Military rites were conducted at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the funeral
home by the Emmette J. Shields Post No. 55, American Legion.
	Mr. Saxe was born September 28, 1892 in Vandalia, a son of the late
George and Mary Tuggle Saxe.  He attended the Presbyterian Church.
	He served with the U.S. Navy from 1913 to 1919 and was a member of
the Emmette J. Shields Post No. 55, American Legion.  He was employed as
a body repairman for many years before his retirement.
	Surviving are his wife, Nell, two half-brothers, Francis Saxe of
Fulton and William Saxe of Vandalia, nieces and nephews.  A sister preceded
him in death.
	Mrs. and Mrs. William Saxe attended the rites Tuesday afternoon.

Obituary Nellie (Anderson) Saxe,
Hannibal, Missouri, 6 Jun 1974


Hannibal Courier-Post, Marion County, Hannibal, Missouri, 7 June 1974

	Nell Saxe, Hannibal --- Funeral services for Nell Saxe, 68, of 711
Webb, are pending at O'Donnell's Funeral Home.  Mrs. Saxe died Thursday at
her home.




Hannibal Courier-Post, Marion County, Hannibal, Missouri, 8 June 1974

	Nellie Saxe.  Hannibal --- Funeral services for Nellie A. Saxe, 68,
of 711 Webb St., will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the O'Donnell Funeral Home.
The Rev. Elba Martin will officiate and burial will be in the Laddonia
Cemetery.
	Pallbearers will be Carl Sagster, Charles Miller, Kenny Utley,
Ronnie Hooper, Bill Yager and Robert Campfield.
	Mrs. Saxe died Thursday.  She was born April 20, [1906], to
Henry and Effie White Anderson.  She was married to Roy Saxe and he preceded
her in death in [Aug] 1965.
	Mrs. Saxe is survived by two half-brothers, William Baysinger and
Robert Baysinger of Chicago;  and two half-sisters, Mrs. Betty Dolce,
[Br]idgeview, Ill., and Mrs. Elsie Lemaster [actually full sister], Blue
Island, Ill.
	Visitation will be after 5 p.m. today at the funeral home.

William Henry and Effie Elizabeth (White) Anderson Family