Woodward County Obituaries


Annie E. (Lucas) Hoge
09 Jan 1887 - 04 Feb 1915

Woodward Newspaper
Feb 1915

The funeral of Mrs. Jonathan H. Hoge, who died at the hospital in Wichita, Kansas, February 4th, was held at the Baptist church of this city last Saturday afternoon, her pastor, Rev. James Gore, and former pastor, Rev. T. G. Netherton, having charge of the services.

Annie E. Lucas was born in Summer County, Kansas, January 9, 1887. At the age of 4 years she was bereft of her mother and in 1906 she came with her father, John Lucas, to Woodward County, Oklahoma, where she lived till the time of her death. She was aged 28 years and 25 days.

When 21 years old she made a profession of religion and united with the First Baptist church till her death.

February 19th she was united in marriage to Jonathan H. Hoge. The this union two children were born, one dying in infancy.

She is survived by her husband and little daughter, Zelma Alice; her father, John Lucas, of Keenan; five brothers: Allen Lucas, of Winfield, Kansas, Harry and James Lucas, of Keenan, and George Lucas, of Kymer, Kansas and three sisters: Mrs. Pearl Yeager, of Centralia, Washington, Mrs. Lotie Hasket, of Oxford, Kansas, and Miss Mildred Lucas of Kennan, all of whom were present at the funeral, except Mrs. Yeager. Mr. Hoge's father, Z. W. Hoge and brother, E. E. Hoge, of Carmen and a sister, Mrs. Elpha Hoge of Collinsville, Oklahoma, were also present at the funeral.

Her splendid womanhood and sterling worth gave Mrs. Hoge a host of friends whose sympathy goes out to the bereft husband and relatives in their hour of sorrow and a large number gathered at the church to pay a last tribute of respect to the memory of a friend and good woman.

After the services the body was laid to rest in Elmwood Cemetery.

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