December 27, 1929 — Rochester, MI
Rochester Clarion [Rochester, Oakland, Michigan], December 27, 1929, p.1:
HUBERT HADLEY DIES IN DETROIT
Three Days Illness Carries Off Well Known Business Man
After a three-days illness, Hubert Hadley, well known Rochester professional baseball player and expert roller skater, died at the home of his uncle, James W. Horn, Arcadia avenue, Detroit, Friday.
Mr. Hadley, a bachelor, was engaged in the coal and chain store business in Detroit. He was born in Rochester, Nov. 21, 1878, and became interested in athletics at an early age. Later he played on the Dubuque, Iowa, team and played for several years on a professional team in Flint. He also toured the country as a roller skating star.
He is survived by a brother, Marshall, of Detroit, two aunts, Mrs. Belle Butts and Mrs. Mary E. Youngs, of Rochester.
The funeral was held Sunday from the A.C. Hobart chapel, service being conducted by Rev. C. D. Oberlin with burial in the Rochester cemetery.