Born This Day in 1898 ~ John Thomas “Jack” HACKATHORN

Jack (cropped from an original photo that was courtesy of Merrianne Hackathorn)
Jack (cropped from an original photo that was courtesy of Merrianne Hackathorn)
Name: John Thomas “Jack” HACKATHORN
Birth: 28 September 1898; Bergholz, Jefferson County, Ohio
Parents: Thomas John HACKATHORN and Florence “Flora” PAISLEY
Spouse: Never Married
Death: 06 October 1959; Bergholz, Jefferson County, Ohio
Relationship to Hollie: maternal great uncle

Born This Day in 1896 ~ Charles Clarence “Shorty” HACKATHORN

Clarence, 1916 (Photo courtesy of John Hackathorn)
Clarence, 1916 (Photo courtesy of John Hackathorn)
Name: Charles Clarence “Shorty” HACKATHORN
Birth: 27 September 1896; Springfield Twp., Jefferson County, Ohio
Parents: Thomas John HACKATHORN and Florence “Flora” PAISLEY
Spouse: Sylvia Rebecca JOLLEY
Death: 28 August 1973: Cadiz, Harrison County, Ohio
Relationship to Hollie: maternal great uncle
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