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(This one dated probably Monday 30 Jan 1984)
Emma Hausenfluck
      Emma Virginia Jenkins
Hausenfluck, 74, of 102 E.
Main St., Berryville, died
Sunday at her home.
      A funeral will be held
at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the
Omps Funeral Home in
Winchester with the Rev.
Louie Timmons officiating.
Burial will be in the
Green Hill Cemetery at
Stephens City.
      Mrs. Hausenfluck was
born April 6, 1909, in
Shenandoah County,
daughter of Arthur and
Oma Mumaw Jenkins. She
was a member of the
White Post United Method-
ist Church and was mar-
ried to the late Charles
Leonard Hausenfluck Sr.
      Surviving are four sons,
Kenneth E. Hausenfluck of
Edinburg, Cecil R.
Hausenfluck of Alex-
andria, William C.
Hausenfluck of Berryville
and Charles L.
Hausenfluck of Winches-
ter; three daughters,
Margaret H. Heck of El
Cajon, Calif., Peggy H.
Smallwood of Bluemont
and Brenda H. Runner of
Alexandria; 19 grandchil-
dren; nine great-
grandchildren; a sister,
Jessie Whittington of
Strasburg; and a brother,
Carson Jenkins of
Germantown, Md.
      Pallbearers will be
Floyd Lofton, Sammy
Buckley, Arthur Shiley,
Garrett Wilen, Larry Lar-
rick, Stanley Downs,
Michael Jones, Lee Goode
and David Crim.
      The family will receive
friends at the funeral
home today from 7 to 9
      Memorial contributions
may be made to the John
H. Enders Rescue Squad
in Berryville.
(From The Winchester Star dated Friday 20 Feb 1981.)
Charles L. Hausenfluck Sr.
      Charles Leonard Hausenfluck Sr., 77,
of Boyce, died Thursday in Winchester
Memorial Hospital.
      Mr. Hausenfluck was born April 20,
1903, in Shenandoah County, son of the
late Robert and Caroline Cook
Hausenfluck. He was a retired farmer
and caretaker and a member of White
Post United Methodist Church.
      Surviving with his wife, the former
Emma V. Jenkins whom he married
Aug. 13, 1927 in Hagerstown, Md., are
four sons, Kenneth E. of Edinburg, Cecil
R. of Alexandria, Ky., William C. of Ber-
ryville and Charles L. Jr. of Winchester;
three daughters, Margaret H. Heck of
Florrisant, Mo., Peggy H. Runner of
Cleveland, Ohio; two brothers, Ray-
mond and Maynard, both of Stephens Ci-
ty; nine grandchildren; and three great-
      A funeral service will be conducted at
2 p.m. Sunday at Omps Funeral Chapel
by the Rev. Louis Timmons. Burial will
be in Green Hill Cemetery at Stephens
      The family will receive friends at
Omps Funeral Service Saturday from 7
until 9 p.m.
      Memorial contributions may be made
to the John H. Enders Rescue Squad.

(The clipping below is that of Charles Hausenfluck's mother.)
Mrs. Hausenfluck
White Post, Dies
      Mrs. Carrie Hausenfluck, 84, wid-
ow of the late Robert M. Hausen-
fluck, died early yesterday morn-
ing at her home near White Post.
Born in Woodstock, she was a
daughter of the late Jacob and
Hester Sheets Cook.
      Surviving are four daughters:
Mrs. Frances Carpenter and Mrs.
Charles Derflinger, both of Win-
chester; Mrs. George Phillips, New
Market; and Mrs. Bernie Miller,
Woodstock; seven sons: Jacob
Hausenfluck, Winchester; George
Hausenfluck, Bunker Hill; Milton
Hausenfluck, Boyce; Raymond and
Maynard Hausenfluck, both of
Stephens City and Charles and Er-
nest Hausenfluck, both of White
Post; one brother, George Cook,
Tiffin, Ohio; two sisters: Mrs. Lil-
lie Walker and Mrs. Sallie Rich-
ard, both of Woodstock and forty-
one grandchildren.
      Services will be conducted 2:30
p. m. (EST) tomorrow from Fair-
view Lutheran Church near Wood-
stock where she was a life-long
member. Rev. Bowers and Rev.
Figg will officiate. The cortege will
leave the late home at 1:00 p. m.
(EST) and proceed to the church
near Woodstock.

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