The Shelbyville Republican
Mrs. Hattie Ensminger Pine, 70 years old, wife of
Walter Pine and former resident of Shelby county, died at her home in Newport News, Virginia, Sunday night.
Tuesday April 2, 1935
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EX-RESIDENT PASSES AWAY
Mrs. Hattie Ensminger [Pine], 70, Dies in Newport News, Virginia
She was born in Liberty township, Shelby county, the daughter of
John and Louisa Hubbard Ensminger and had resided in this county until thirty-two years ago.
She was a member of the local First M. E. church for many years.
Survivors besides the husband are one son, Ernest
Waggoner, of Virginia; one sister, Mrs. Belle McCain, of Waldron; one brother,
Charles Ensminger of Jacksonville, Florida; and several nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Jessie Griffey, of Shelbyville and Mrs. Pearl Haymond, of Liberty township are nieces of
Mrs. Pine and Wallace Ensminger and Ira McKay, both of Shelbyville, and
Brady Meltzer, also of Liberty township, are nephews.
The body will arrive in Shelbyville Wednesday morning and will be taken to the C. F. Fix & Son funeral home where private funeral services will be held Wednesday at 3 p.m.
Elder Thomas Hubbard of Boggstown will officiate and burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery.
[*Note-Buried in Newport News, Virginia-BH]
Contributed by Barb Huff for Bob