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Obituary Fielding Hays, Wellsville, Montgomery County, Missouri, 30 Jun 1911

Montgomery Standard, Montgomery City, Montgomery County, MO, 14 July 1911

	The subject of this sketch, Fielding Hays, was born Oct. 17, 1841,
and died June 30, 1911, aged 69 years 8 months and 13 days.  In March
1862 he enlisted in the services of the Government Co. D, 9th Mo. Cav.,
Capt. Sharp's company, and was in active service until the close of
the war, except a short time he was in the hospital.  After the war
he was mustered out and returned to this county where he has lived
a true and upright citizen.  He was married to Eliza J. Peery Dec.
24, 1865.  To this union 11 children were born, 8 boys and 3 girls,
6 having preceded him to the grave.  He leaves to mourn his loss a
widow and 5 children, 11 grand children and one sister.  The children
now living were all present at the funeral and are:  Ed. L, Thomas
A., Chas. L. of Kansas City, Loyd C., and Mrs. Bert Noel of Moberly.
Deceased united with the Baptist church in 1897.  Some six weeks ago
he was stricken with paralysis on the right side from the effect of
which he never fully recovered.

Obituary Eliza Jane (Peery) Hays, Wellsville, Montgomery County, Missouri, 13 May 1926

Montgomery Standard, Montgomery City, Montgomery County, MO, 28 May 1926

Wellsville Optic-News.	Mrs. Eliza Hays, for many years a resident of
this city, died at her home in this city on Thursday, following an
illness of several weeks duration.  She was 79 years old.  The subject
of this sketch, Eliza Jane Peery, was born April 13, 1847.  She was
married to Fielding Hays December 24th, 1865, and to this union eleven
children were born, eight boys and three girls.  Her husband and six
children have preceded her to the grave.  She is survived by the
following:  Edward Louis, Thomas Allen, Charles Leslie and Lloyd C.,
of Wellsville, and Mrs. J. R. Noel of Moberly.  She also leaves two
brothers, Granville Addison Peery of this vicinity and David Gordon
Peery of Montgomery City.  Hrs. Hays united with the Baptist church
early in life and was strong in her belief in the doctrine of her
church.  She resided in Wellsville many years and among the older
residents she was well known.  Bearing the respect and highest esteem
of all, she will be sadly missed.  Funeral services were conducted
from the home Saturday by Rev. I. M. Turnage of Perry, Mo., and the
remains were laid to rest in the Wellsville city cemetery.

Obituary Ethel May Hays, Wellsville, Montgomery County, Missouri, 17 Jul 1885

Montgomery County MO Newspaper Records, Deaths 1880-1899 (Montgomery Standard)

Abstract:  July 17, 1885 in Wellsville, Ethel May, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Fielding Hays, age 3y of dysentery.  (31 Jul 1885)

Fielding and Eliza Jane (Peery) Hays Family