Below is the obituary's for Ernest Bleau and his wife Mamie Bleau. I wanted to include them her for anyone who
does geneology. They are buried at Clintonville, WV in the End of the Trail cemetery. This is right off of I-64
near Sam Black Church in Greenbrier county.
Ernest V. Bleau, 67, Dies Monday At 6 P.M.
Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at the Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home in East Rainelle for Ernest V.
Bleau, 67, widely known resident of Meadow Creek, who died at his home there Monday evening at 6 o’clock. Burial will
follow at the End of the Trail Cemetery on Route 60. The body will remain at the funeral home until time for the service.
Mr. Bleau had been in ill health for about two years and death was due to a cerebral hemorrhage. He was a retired telegraph
operator, and was employed by the C&O Railway Company for 43 years. He was born and reared at Meadow Creek and was a son
of the late Joe and Virginia Bleau. He was a member of the Meadow Creek Baptist Church. Besides his wife, Mamie, two sisters,
Mrs. Daisy Hughes, of Eddystone, Pa., and Mrs. A. A. Addleman, of Huntington, survive as does one brother, J. W. Bleau, of
Hinton Daily News - Front page dated May 25, 1956
Mrs. Mamie Bleau, 64 Dies Here Thursday
Funeral arrangements are incomplete for Mrs. Mamie Bleau, 64, of Meadow Creek who died at 10:10 Thursday night in the Hinton
Hospital after a three year illness. Death was due to high blood pressure and various other complications. She had been a
patient at the hospital for the last six weeks, however her condition had been considered serious for the last year. Mrs.
Bleau was the widow of the late Ernest V. Bleau and before her marriage was Mamie Fox of Green Sulphur where she was born
and reared. Her only survior is a sister, Mrs. Ada Dunbar of Beckley. Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home of East Rainelle will
have charge of funeral arrangements. Mrs. Bleau had resided at Meadow Creek for the last 30 years.