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1. Title:   Wellsboro Agitator
Page:   Apr 8, 1908, p1

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a. Note:   Wellsboro Agitator of Apr 8, 1908, p1 has: DEATH OF H. H. HAZLETT. Brief Sketch of the Life of an Esteemed Nelson Citizen. Nelson, April 6—-This community was shocked to hear of the sudden death of Herbert H. Hazlett; Thursday evening at the home of his brother, J. Edward Hazlett, in this place. For the past few years he had been in very poor health, having spent several winters In Florida and the past one in the sanitarium at Mont. Alto, returning home about Jan. 1st. Everything had been done for him that loving brothers and sisters could do, especially his brother, J Edward Hazlett, who had been father and mother and all to him The funeral was held at his home Sunday afternoon and was largely attended. Miss Alice Gardner, of Elmira Heights, N Y., sang' "One Sweetly Solemn Thought," and "Hold Thou My Hand" and Mr. R. E. Baker, oh Nelson, sang "Just for To-day " The funeral service was conducted by Rev. Henry Goodrich, assisted by Rev. Joseph Colclough. Herbert H Hazlett was born in Nelson, June 22, 1872, and died at the same house April 2nd, 1908. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs William Pepper, of Nelson, and Mrs. W. O. Monroe, of Elmira, and two brothers, F. R. Hazlett, of Elmira, and J. Edward Hazlett, of Nelson.


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