DILLION Family Genealogy-History

(Updated March 7, 2022)


DILLON, Emory Guy
Individual Data

Funeral Card
October 24, 1947

DILLON, EMORY GUY, passed away suddenly at his home at Whitesville, West Virginia, Wednesday, Noon, October 22, 1947.

He was engaged in the transfer business and had served Whitesville and surrounding communities for the past twenty-one years. He was born in Ohio, June 25, 1891, a son of the late Will and Mintie Clay Dillon. He married Victoria Acord in 1911 and they have resided in Whitesville for the past twenty-six Years.

Surviving besides his wife are; two daughters, Mrs. Fred Thomas, and Mrs. Blanche Edmonds; and two sons, Denvil and Arthur, all of whom reside in Whitesville; one brother, Charlie Dillon of Naoma; two sisters, Mrs. Eva Stewart of Naoma and Mrs. Lura Farmer of Kegley, Virginia, and five grandchildren.

Obsequies for

Emory Guy Dillon

Funeral Services were held
Friday afternoon
October the twenty-fourth
Nineteen hundred and forty-seven
at two o'clock
in the First Baptist Church at
Whitesville, West Virginia

The Reverend O. E. Stump

The Ferndale Quartet

"Beatiful Isle of Somewhere"
"Death is Only a Dream"
"Life is Like a Mountain Railroad"

O. A. Sarrett           Cefus Jarrell
Jimmie White          Johnnie Price
Dan Rumburg         Shelby Peters
Ernest Zegeer         Fritz Salamy

was in the Adkins Cemetery at
Naoma, West Virginia


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