Mrs. Francina (Klock) Hax
Watertown Daily Times
Watertown, New York
March 30,1925

Unplaced: See Below:

Mrs. Francina Hax, Dies At Orleans Corners

LaFargeville, March 30. - Mrs. Francina Hax, aged 77 years, wife of Barney Hax, died at her home three miles from Orleans Village Sunday morning following a long illness.

Mrs. Hax had resided in this vicinity many years and was well known in her home locality.

She is survived by her husband, who operates the farm on which they resided for many years; two sons, Leonard Hax of the Ives street road and Hugh Hax of LaFargeville and two daughters, Mrs. Charles M. Walts of 361 Flower avenue west, and Mrs. Winnifred Hagen, 251 Washington street, Watertown.

Funeral services will be held from the late home Wednesday afternoon at 1 and burial will be made in Orleans.

Mrs. Hax was born in the town of Orleans in 1849, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Klock. She was twice married, her first husband being Lorenzo Snell. He met death during the Civil war and Mrs. Snell later married Mr. Hax. One child was born of her first marriage, a son, Lorenzo, Fr, who died several years ago.

Mrs. Hax had resided in the present Hax farm home for the past 47 years and was well known and highly respected throughout this section.

The Klock/Clock Genealogy has Francina Klock in the “Unplaced” (page 99) section of her genealogy with the following information. If you have any information on this family, please e-mail me at and let me know so I can put this family in the “Placed” section of my Klock Family Tree.

Francina Klock, dau. of Adam. B. 10-2-1848, D. 3-29-1925 m. Barnet Hax (b. 4-5-1842, d. 3-12-1926) Ch: SURNAME HAX:

I. Leonari, b. 10-17-1867 m. Maude Casler (d. March 1, 1959) dau. of Asa & Jane Casler. Married: 4-4-1895.
1. A. Leland C. b. 11-19-1907
1. B. Dorothy b. 4-29-1911 m. ___ Walton.

II. Anna M.. b. 10-17-1869 d. 1-17-1935 m. 1- Edgar Klock
Ch: Surname Klock
II. A. George I. b. 7-27-1891 d. 5-29-1893

Anna M. (above) married 2 Charles Walts (see obit below)

III. George L. (Hax) b. 8-26-1872 d. 11-2-1892
IV. Mabel M. (Hax) b. 1-11-1875 d. 2-15-1876
V. Winifred L. (Hax) b. 4-24-1877 m.. Lyons Hagen (see obit below)
VI. Elsie B. (Hax) b. 11-4-1878 d. 3-5-1896
VII. Hugh (Hax) b. 9-16-1882 m. Eva May Stowell (b. 4-14- 1895) 5-14-1913 , dau. of James & Barbara Stowell.
Ch. Surname Hax
VII. A. Howard b. 1-24-1915 m. Elizabeth Moore, dau. of Emmet &
Mary Moore 4-6-1946.
A a. Ronald James (Hax) b. 12-10-1946
A. b. Patricia A. b. 12-30-1947
A. c. Linda L. b. 7-17-1951
VII. B. Karl W. (Hax) b. 6-20-1918 m. Madelyn Hurley, dau. of Mr.
& Mrs. William Hurley, 6-25-1950
VII. B. a. Karl W. Jr. b. 1-13-1952
VII. C. Hugh, Jr. (Hax) b. 4-29-1920
VII. D. Marion (Hax) b. 1-25-1923 m. Joseph G. Stough 9-21-1946
Ch. Surname Stough
VII D. a. Judy A. b. 8-16-1947
VII B. b Kerin Joseph b. 5-30-1952.


Mrs. Winifred Hagen
Watertown Daily Times
Watertown, New York
22 Sep 1964,

Mrs. Winifred Hagen, 87, Dead

Mrs. Winifred L Hax Hagen, 87, formerly of 113 Solar building, died at 10:40 this morning at the Jefferson County hospital, where she had been a patient since June 11. She had been there two months in the spring of 1963.

The funeral will be Thursday at 1 pm at the Foster funeral home, Pulaski, with Rev W Russell Clark, pastor of Park Methodist church, Pulaski, officiating. Burial will be in Orleans Four Corners cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm Wednesday.Surviving are a brother, Hugh Hax, Lafargeville, RD1, nieces and nephews Mrs. Hagan was born April 24, 1877, in Lafargeville, a daughter of Bernard and Francina Klock Hax. Her father, a native of Germany, fought the Battle of Gettysburg and was wounded twice in the Civil War. She was educated in Orleans schools and taught in the Creek Road and
Carter Street Road Schools in the town of Orleans.

She was married March 8, 1896, to Lyons E Hagen, Lafargeville. They lived for a time in Lafargeville and then in Perch River, where Mr. Hagan operated the general store for four years. The marriage ended in divorce.

Mrs. Hagan had worked for years as a dental assistant to the late Dr George A Coe, Watertown. She was a member of Asbury Methodist church.


Mrs. Charles M. Walts
Unknown Newspaper
17 Jan 1936

Mrs. Charles M Walts, 66, Dies
Death Due To Asthma And Pneumonia
Resident Here For 15 Years

She Had Lived at Orleans Until 1921 When She Came Here With Her Husband- Death Occurs at House of Good Samaritan.

Mrs. Anna M Walts, 66, wife of Charles M Walts, 361 Flower avenue east, and resident of this city for the past 15 years, died at 9:30 this morning in the House of the Good Samaritan, where she had been a patient since Jan 9.

Mrs. Walts was stricken ill on Jan 1. She had been suffering from asthma for years. Death was caused by asthma and lobular pneumonia.

She was born on a farm in the town of Orleans, Oct 17, 1869, a daughter of the late Bernard and Francina Klock Hax. She was married twice. Her first husband was the late Edward Klock. After her first marriage she resided on a farm near Philadelphia.

On March 16, 1907, she was married to Charles M Walts of the town of Orleans. The ceremony was performed at Brownville by Rev BG Blaisdell. At the time of her second marriage, Mrs. Walts was employed as a clerk in the EH Thompson store, then located in the old Washington Hall building, and she lived with her sister, Mrs. Winifred L Hagen, in Brownville.

After their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Walts settled on a farm in the town of Orleans and lived there until Jan 1, 1921, when they moved to Watertown. Since coming to this city, they had lived at 361 Flower avenue east.

Mrs. Walts was a member of the Asbury Methodist Episcopal church and the Star class of the Sunday school.

Surviving her, besides her husband, are a step daughter, Mrs. Bernice Tuites, Rochester; a step son, Ozro E Walts, town of Orleans; two brothers, Leonard Hax, city, and Hugh Hax, town of Orleans, and a sister, Mrs. Winifred L Hagen, 177 Stone street.

Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 at the home. Rev Dr James A Leach, pastor of the Asbury Methodist Episcopal church, will officiate. Burial will be made at Plessis.

The following nephews have been selected to act as bearers at the funeral: Leland C Hax, Guy M Walts and Charles R Walts, Watertown, and Howard Hax, Karl Hax and Nelson Walts, Jr, town of Orleans.

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