Emily Catherine Nalley
PARENTS: James Levi Nalley and Louisa Baker
Mrs. Wm. F. Haney, age 88, wife of William F. Haney, died at her home, 201 S. Paul Street, [Woodsfield, OH] Sunday morning [Nov 1952] at five o'clock, following a lengthy illness.
Mrs. Haney was born in Wayne Township,  one of the six children of Levi and Louisa Baker Nalley.
Mrs. Haney was a life-long resident of Woodsfield. She was a member of the Methodist Church and the Goddard Bible Class.
Surviving are her husband, William F. Haney; one daughter, Mrs. Fred (Mary H.) Stover of Hollywood, California; four sons, Dr. J. A. Haney, of Hopemont, W. Va,; Dr. F. C. Haney, of Waynesburg, Pa.; and Leland Haney of the home; and three grandchildren; Mrs. Wm. Basso, of Warren; Charles William Haney, of Columbus, and James Haney, Jr., of London, England; also a large number of nieces and nephews.
Preceding her in death were two brothers, Sylvester and John Nalley and three sisters, Mrs. Melissa Smith, Mrs. Virginia Fisher and Mrs. Mary Ellen Turner.
Funeral services were held at the Bauer and Turner funeral home Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock, with Rev. Charles D. Reed officiating. Interment was in Oaklawn cemetery.
Wife, mother, neighbor, friend—these four meaningful words describe accurately the life and interest of Mrs. Haney. Whatever of activity, effort or even sacrifice was required of her or suggested to her, for the welfare or comfort of those near to her or even the passing stranger, she gave and served as only a good mother and neighbor can and does.
Not only many of our present residents, but many of those who formerly resided here remember her most kindly and mourn her passing to that Home not made with hands.
(Source: Monroe County Republican, Woodsfield, Ohio, dated, November 27, 1952)
FINDAGRAVE: Memorial# 132007895
5 January 2016