On May 10, 1910, Harold and his family lived in the Church District of Wetzel County. His father was a farmer on a general farm. Harold’s parents had been married for eight years. The census enumerator reported that Rhoda was the mother of three children, all of which were living. There was no mention of the stillborn daughter found in the General Index and Register of Births for Wetzel County, West Virginia.
Harold contracted diphtheria at the age of three years, seven months, and five days and died in Moses Run, Wetzel County, West Virginia on December 11, 1911. He was buried at Thomas Chapel United Methodist Church Cemetery in Littleton, Wetzel County, West Virginia.
|Death index listing Harold O. Church, Wetzel County, West Virginia|
Harold is a descendant of Henry “Old Hundred” Church for whom the town of Hundred, West Virginia is named.
|Thomas Chapel United Methodist Church, Wetzel County, West Virginia|