OAKLEY-At Amityville, L. I., October 4, Antinette, wife of George Oakley,
in the 53d year of her age. Funeral Friday, October 6, at 1:30 o'clock
from her late residence.
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Oct. 5, 1899
Lydia H. GAWLEY, 1892
GAWLEY--In this city [San Francisco, CA], January 13, Lydia H., widow
of the late W.H. GAWLEY, a native of Sag Harbor, L.I., aged 70 years. Friends
are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services this day (Friday),
at 10:30 o'clock, at her late residence, 417 Harrison street. Interment,
Laurel Hill Cemetery.
Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 15 Jan 1892, p. 10.
Lester Pratt Wager
Lester Pratt Wager of Rochester, aged 71, died suddenly Thursday, Sept
Born on June 28, 1892, he was a son of J Augustus and Augusta Woodford
Wager of Hector. Beginning his education in rural schools, he later graduated
from Cook Academy in 1911 and received his diploma from Colgate University
with the class of 1918.
The marriage of Lester Wager and Miss Ruth Loomis, formerly of Brooklyn,
took place Dec 21, 1922. The couple spent their married life at a home
on 189 Aberdeen Street, Rochester.
After 42 years with the Finance Department of Rochester schools, he
retired from the office of Field Auditor of the Board of Education June
30, 1962 when he reached the retirement age.
He was an active member of the Calvary Baptist Church of Rochester,
of which he was treasurer for several years.
Since the death of his wife in November 1962, Mr Wager has spent most
of the time with his son, the Rev Lawrence Wager of Franklinville.
From May 1963 until two days before he passed away, he was at Green
Lake, Wisconsin, where he was night clerk at the American Baptist Assembly.
Beside his son, he is survived by a daughter, Miss Shirley Wager of
the school faculty at Greece, NY; two brothers, Dr Paul W Wager of Chapel
Hill, NC; and Linn G Wager of Watkins Glen; grandchildren, Carol, Paul
and Loren Wager of Franklinville.
Funeral services were held at the Calvary Baptist Church of Rochester
Sunday afternoon. Interment was in Hector Cemetery Monday morning.
Scheuermann, Frederick B.
WURTENBURG-Entered into rest on Thursday, Febuary 14, 1924, after a
brief illness, Frederick B., beloved husband of Margaret Wurtenburg (nee
Scheuermann, and formerly Dotterweich), aged 43 years 11 months and 16
days. Relatives and friends, also Cour Frank No. 17, Foesters of America
and the employees of the Beaver Machine & Tool Co., Inc., are kindly
invited to attend the funeral from his residence, 78 Maple avenue, Irvington,
N.J., on Monday, February 18, at 3:15 P.M. Interment Woodland Cemetery
at 3:15 P.M.
Philip Scheuermann Jr.
SCHEUERMANN-On Thursday April 9,1909, Philip Scheuermann Jr., beloved
son of Philip and Anne Scheuermann Sr.(nee Ehrmann), aged 3 years 6 months
10 days. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend the funeral
on Wednesday April 19 at 2 P.M. from the residence of his parens 542 Fifteenth
avenue. Interment at the Woodland Cemetery. Newark Evening News 1909
SCHEUERMANN- Suddenly on Thursday, October 12, 1911, Annie, beloved
wife of Philip Scheuermann (nee Ehrmann), aged 41 years 9 months 20 days.
Relative and friends are kindly invited to attend the funeral on Monday
October 16 at 2:30 P.M.,from her late residence, 58 Pierce street to St.
Ann's Church. Interment in Woodland Cemetery. Newark Evening News 1911
Scheuermann, Jacob Sr.
SCHEUERMANN- entered into rest, on Sunday November 26, 1916, after
a short illness, Jacob Sr., beloved husband of Johanetta D. Scheuermann(nee
Miller), aged 69 yeas 5 months and 13 days. Relatives and friends also
the German Bricklayers, Plasterers and Masons'Union No. 15, are kindly
invited to attend the funeral from the residence of his daughter, Mrs.
Frederick Wurtenburg, 220 Pershing avenue, on Thursday November 30, at
3 P.M. Interment in the Woodland Cemetery. (Newark Evening News Obit 1916
Willever Major Catherine Ann
Tuesday, Feb 16,1915
Hackettstown, Feb.16 -- The Funeral of Mrs. Catherine Ann Willever,
widow of the late Abram Willever, will be held at the Trinty M.E. Church
tomorrow afternoon. Mrs Willever died Monday at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Rebecca Vogel, in Lafayette Street, her death came as a result of
the infirmities of old age, she had been gradually sinking for the past
two years, but was able to be around until Saturday, Feb 6,when she suffered
a slight stroke of paralysis and was helpless from then until the end came.
She was born at Bridgeville, N.J., eighty-five years ago, and was the
daughter of the late Rev. Henry C. Major. She is survived by four daughters,
Mrs. Wm Caskey, of Phillipsburg; Mrs. Alfred Johnson, Mrs. Rebecca Vogel,
Mrs. Thomas Nolan and J. Stewart Willever, all of this place, also two
sisters, Mrs. Mary Cool of Harmondy; Mrs. Maria Tims of this place; and
one brother Wm H. Major of Bridgeville. Mrs. Willever is also survived
by twenty-six grandchildren, forty six great grandchildren and five great
grandchildren. Rev. Samuel Jackson will officiate.
Burial will be in Union Cemetry.
The Evening Star, Hackettstown, Warren County, N.J.
Martin "Dutch" Teeple Obituary
Dunellen - Martin (Dutch) Teeple, 53, who resided at the Dunellen Hotel,
died yesterday (April 2, 1958) in Muhlenberg Hospital, Plainfield. He was
emplyed as a short order cook in Gregory's diner here.
Born in South Plainfield, son of the late Thomas and Ida Teeple, Mr.
Teeple had resided in this vicinity all his life. He served as a corporal
in the Army.
He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Zilda I. Coeyman of Belmar; and four
brothers, George J. of Elizabeth; Alfred of 41 Codington Avenue, North
Plainfield; Benjamin of 609 Hazelwood Avenue, Middlesex; and Walter.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in the A.M. Runyon and Son
Funeral Home, Plainfield. The Rev. R. Melvin Henderson, pastor of the South
Plainfield Baptist Church, will officiate. Interment will be in the Baptist
Cemetery, South Plainfield. Friends may call at the funeral home from tomorrow
afternoon until the time of services.
Woolever George Newark, Essex Co. NJ
Newark, NJ News April 19, 1960
Woolever - On April 17, 1960 George H. Woolever, of 48 Smith St., beloved
husband of the late Julia Smith Woolever; devoted father of Mrs. Helen
Lordi, George C. and Edwin B. Woolever, and brother of Mrs. Lelia Vreeland,
Mrs. Joseph Grimison; and grandfather of five grandchildren. Relatives
and friends are invited to attend the funeral from the Burns Funeral Home
462 Sanford Ave. near South Orange Ave. Vailsburg, on Wed., April 20, at
9 A.M. Interment, Dunmore, Pa.
Charlotte Gaunt - d. August 4, l942
Newark Evening News
August 5, l942
Gaunt (nee Schmidt) - On Tuesday, August 4, l942, Charlotte, aged 63
years. Wife of the late Samuel, devoted mother of Robert, of 29 Beacon
Street, Newark; aunt of Mrs. Harry Klein and Mrs. Harry Kimblery. Relatives
and friends, also Star of Clinton Hill Council, D.of A. are kindly invited
to attend the funeral services at "Haeberle & Barth Home for Funerals,"
97l Clinton Avenue, Irvington, on Thursday, August 6, at 2 P.M. Interment
in Woodland Cemetery.
Mrs. Phoebe S. Harrison
At the Age of Ninety-One - Mrs. Phoebe S. Harrison, wife of the late
Caleb D. Harrison, of Caldwell, died yesterday at the ripe age of ninety-one
years. She was a daughter of Josiah Steele who served throughout the revolutionary
war and who afterwards was prominent in educational and political circles
in this section of the State. Mrs. Harrison was the mother of C. M. Harrison,
Esq., present Superintendent of the City Home. She was highly esteemed
by all who knew her for her excellent qualities as a Christian mother and
[Tuesday, May 6, 1890 - Newark Daily Advertiser]
This obit accompanied a letter from Marshfield Steele, Springfield,
Ohio dated May 15, 1890 to Mrs. A. E. Wright, 1306 Rhode Island Ave., Washington,
DC. The letter reads: My Dear Sister, I received this morning from
Maguel Harrison the Newark Daily Advertiser from which I cut the enclosed
slip. At first felt almost inclined to keep the sad news from mother [mother
is Mary Carlock Steele, wife of Marshfield Smith Steele] but finally
concluded it would be best to let her know it as she would likely soon
hear of it and she would feel that we had no right to surpress such news
from her--she is the last one of that family of ten who all lived to grow
up, marry and raise families but Aunt Matilda. The dear old Aunt is gone,
but she will live long in the memory of all her nieces and hephews-but
as all are ready to drive down to Lizzies for dinner must close. Love to
you all, Yours Truly, M. Steele - please return the slip [Pheobe Steele
Harrison was born 8 Jun 1799, Caldwell, Essex Co., NJ and was married to
Caleb Dodd Harrison]
George A. Clark
CLARK - Suddenly at his late residence, Newark, NJ, of heart disease,
George A. Clark of the firm of George A. Clark & Brother. Funeral services
will be held at the North Reformed Church, Newark, on this (Friday) evening
at 7o'clock. Friends are respectfully invided to attend. Carriages will
be waiting at the Broad Street Station on the arrival of train leaving
New York at 6o'clock via New York and Newark Railroad, foot of Liberty
Street. The remains will be sent to Glasgow by steamer Victoria sailing
at 9 o'clock on Saturday.
New York Times-February 14, 1873-Page 7
Woods.--Suddenly, at Newark, N.J., on Monday, March 12, 1883, Mrs.
Obviously her funeral was held at the residence of her son-in-law,
Thomas J. Grant in New York on Thursday, at half-past one o'clock.
CAPMAN, James Frances Sr.
James F. CAPMAN Sr., 7 Mar 1950, Newark Evening News
The funeral for James F. CAPMAN Sr. of 52 Third Street will be tomorrow
at 9 AM from the Cole Funeral Home, 145 Roseville Avenue, followed at 10
by a high mass of requien in St. Rose of Lima’s Church. Burial will be
at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, East Hanover. Mr. Capman died of a heart attack
Saturday (4 Mar 1950) at his home. He was 73. A retired iron worker, he
had lived in Newark 35 years (sic). He was a member of Local 11, International
Brotherhood of Bridge, Structural and Ornamental Ironworkers, AFL He leaves
three sons, James F. Jr. and George L. of Newark and Thomas O. of East
Orange; a daughter Mrs. Joseph COLYER of East Orange, a brother William
of Massachusetts, and five grandchildren.
Henderson M. Crowse
Brother Henderson Crouse was born June 15, 1835. He was a son of Benjamin
Crouse. Was married to Mary Ann Howel, unto them was born one child. They
toiled together in peace, made a good living. Bro. Crouse was a soldier
in the late war, professed a hope in Christ during the war at Mars Hill,
told his experience and said he did not want to attatch himself to any
branch of the church, said he had a cause for that but best known to himself.
"But I want it understood I am strictly in the faith of the Little River
Association" and desired Elder A. McKnight to baptize him was baptized
8 or 10 years ago lived a devoted Christian life until death July 8, 1913,
making his stay on earth 78 years, 23 days, Brother Crouse was one among
the best citizens of this country, was loved by all who knew him, will
be missed greatly in the community. He is gone to reap his reward. His
body lies in the family graveyard, we believe his spirit is resting in
heaven. His living companion preceded him in death 7 months and 2 days.
This dear old Brother laid aside his staff and marched through the unseen
gates of the far off shore to live with Jesus forevermore. The pain of
death is passed, labor and sorrow ceased; life's toil closed at last, his
soul is found in peace. -Wiley Combs
Popular Man Passes Away,
James Banigan, a popular business man, who resided on Garfield Street,
died suddenly yesterday morning. The deceased was in his 36th year and
leaves a widow and several small children. He was engaged in the shoe business
for a long time in the western district and was very well known in this
village and Pawtucket. His funeral will take place to-morrow morning at
9 o'clock from his late residence.
TIMES: CENTRAL FALLS SECTION Dec. 23, 1891 page 3
GAINES, Alice (BROWN)
THE HENRY BULLETIN, Martinsville, Va. Tue., Nov. 8, 1921, p. 1, col.
Information was received here Sunday evening by telegram to relatives
of Mrs. E. H. Gaines, that she died suddenly of heart failure about seven
o’clock on the evening at the home in Gaffney, S. C. Mrs. Gaines had been
ill for several weeks and had recently returned from the hospital. Mrs.
C. P. Smith, Mrs. G. M. Finley, sisters and Mr. F. R. Brown a brother of
the deceased motored to Danville Sunday night and took the midnight train
for Gaffney. She was about 50 years of age. Mrs. Gains is survived by her
husband and several children. Among her relatives in Martinsville are her
father, Hon. John R. Brown, her sisters, Mrs. Finley, Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
S. D. English, Miss Kate Brown and her brother, Mr. F. R. Brown, and a
number of nephews and nieces. Mrs. Gaines, who was Miss Alice Brown, daughter
of Hon. J. R. Brown, was reared in Martinsville, her parents having removed
here from FRANKLIN COUNTY when she was quite a small child.
A second notice of her death, two columns long, appeared in THE HENRY
BULLETIN, Fri., Nov. 11, p. 1, cols. 4 & 5, edited as follows. (Gaffney,
S. C. Ledger, Nov. 8).
All Gaffney was shocked Sunday evening when, like a thunderbolt from
a clear sky, came the announcement of the sudden death of Mrs. E. H. Gaines,
at her home on Victoria Avenue. Mrs. Gaines was 53 years of age. It was
eventide when this good woman, who but a moment before had bee cheerfully
conversing with her loved ones, passed into the great beyond. Mr. Gaines
had only a moment before left her chamber and gone down stairs. Mrs. Ellen
Youngblood, her daughter was in the room and had been talking to her mother,
who had been encouraging her to accept an invitation to go out to a neighbor’s
to supper. Mr. Youngblood for an instant noted that her mother had ceased
talking and turning toward her bed she saw at once that her mother had
been stricken. She gave the alarm, but so swift was the work of the death
angel that Alice Brown Gains passed away in the arms of her husband without
even as much as being able to speak to him. The deceased was the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Brown of Martinsville, Va. Mr. Brown at one time
represented the Fifth District of Virginia in Congress. Mr. and Mrs. Gaines
were married in October 1889. She is survived by her husband and seven
children, viz: Miss Alice Gaines, Mrs. Henry J. Russell, Mrs. Ellen Youngblood,
John, Montie, E. H. Jr. and Wm. Gaines; also by her father and five sisters,
Mrs. Chas. Smith of Martinsville, Va.; Mrs. Louis Claybrook of Harrisburg,
Va.; Mrs. George M. Finley of Harrisburg, Va.,; Miss Kate Brown of Martinsville;
Mrs. Douglas English of Martinsville and one brother, F. R. Brown of Galax,
Va. The funeral will take place this afternoon from the residence on Victoria
Avenue with interment in Oakland Cemetery.
Mitchell Lee Whitney, 54, of 1001 E. Frederick St., died Tuesday, Aug.
15, 2000, at Up-state Carolina Medical Center.
A native of Wellsville, N.Y., he lived most of his life in Hope-well,
Va., and was the husband of Georgie Rotarius Whitney. He was the son of
Margaret Ivans Pierce of Titusville, Fla., and the late John Pierce. He
was a maintenance supervisor with Econo Lodge while living in Michigan
and served in the U.S. Army from 1964-1966. He was a member of Sacred Heart
Catholic Church. He loved fishing, camping and hunting and also loved to
Also surviving are two step-children, Adrian and Stacey Brashaw of
St. Cloud, Fla.; three brothers, Sean Pierce, Thomas Pierce, both of Titusville,
and Kim Pierce of Gaffney.
In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by two brothers,
Jim Pierce and Terry Pierce.
A memorial service will be held at a later date.
Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, Cherokee Chapter,
P.O. Box 1095, Gaffney, S.C. 29342.
White Columns-Gaffney is in charge of arrangements.
Employee of Hamrick Mills
Donnie Ray Mack, 46, of 422 W. Carlisle St., died Monday, Aug. 14,
2000, at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center.
A native of Gaffney, he was a son of Halcyon Simuel Mack of the home
and the late Ophanel (Dock) Mack. He was a member of Mikes Creek Baptist
Church and an employee of Hamrick Mills.
Also surviving are two brothers, Ophanel Mack Jr. of Gaffney and Charlie
Mack of Blacksburg; three sisters, Annie Jordan of Shelby, Elaine Dawkins
and Deborah Mayberry, both of Gaffney.
Arrangements are incomplete. The Gilmore Mortuary is in charge.
Kesler Construction employee
WATERLOO – Johnny “Murdock” Ray Phipps, 27, of 183 Repose St., died
Sunday, Aug. 13, 2000.
Born in Madison, Ga., he was a son of Carolyn Yvonne Hill Phipps of
Waterloo and the late Floyd Millard Phipps. He was employed by Kesler Construction.
Surviving in addition to his mother are his wife, Shelli Martin Phipps
of Ware Shoals; three daughters, Kristin Martin of Blacksburg, Ashley Phipps
and Taylor Phipps, both of Ware Shoals; two half-brothers, Floyd Millard
Phipps of Greenwood and Tommy Phipps of Garden City; three half-sisters,
Linda Sue Phipps and Teresa Phipps, both of Garden City, and Patsy Phipps
Lee of Gaffney.
Services will be held today at 2 p.m. at Gray Funeral Home Chapel in
Clinton with burial in Rosemont Cemetery.
The family is at the home of his mother at 183 Repose St., Waterloo.
Gray Funeral Home, Clinton, is in charge of arrangements
Carolyn Gunter Rivers
"Mrs. Carolyn Gunter Rivers died Firday, Sept. 29, 2000.... Mrs. Rivers
was born in McBee, a daughter of the late Toland Ashby and Nelle Horton
Gunter. She was the wife of A. Don Rivers, and was a graduate of the University
of South Carolina, Droughn's Business College, and attended Winthrop College.
She was a member of Eta Sigma Phi National Latin Fraternity and co-editor
of the Garnet and Black. Mrs. Rivers was also a member of the Captain John
Chappell Chapter of the National Society of Colonial Dames XVII Century,
the Plantagenet Society, the Governor Joseph West Chapter of the Daughters
of the American Colonists, the Old Cheraws Chapter of the Daughters of
the American Revolution, and the National Society Magna Charta Dames. She
was a retired school teacher and a member of Chesterfield Presbyterian
Survived by husband A. Don Rivers; son A. Don River Jr. and wife of
Charlotte; sister Vivian Gunter Chase and husband of Columbia.
Funeral Monday Oct 2 at Chesterfield Presbyterian Church with burial
in the Chesterfield Cemetery. Miller-Rivers-Caulder Funeral Home in charge
From Cheraw "The Chronicle & Advertiser," Oct. 5, 2000
Robert Smith, 1927-2000
Mr. Robert Smith died Saturday, Sept. 9, 200, at McLeod Regional Medical
Center in Florence after an illness. He would have been 73 on Sept. 19...Son
of the late Willie and Anna Jane Smith, he was born in Chesterfield County,
where he attended the public schools. He was employed at McBrige Cleaners
for many years and also at Burlington Mills where he retired. He was a
member of Word of Life Fellowship Church.
Predeceased by: daughter, Ellen Williams; brother, Willie Smith; sister,
Survived by: wife, Betty Smith; son, Jerome (Carolyn) Smith; sisters,
Elizabeth Godfrey, Ann Robinson, and Ruby Jefferson; 2 stepchildren, 9
grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren.
Funeral Thurs. Sept 14 at Wesley United Methodist Church, interment
in Montrose Cemetery. Arrangements handled by Grooms Funeral Home of Cheraw.
From Cheraw "The Chronicle & Advertiser," September 21, 2000
From "The Chronicle & Advertiser" of Cheraw, Sept. 21, 2000
Mr. Walter Meadows died Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2000, at Kershaw County
Memorial Hospital in Camden. He was 95 years old.
Son of the late Mary Champion and Snow Meadows, he was a member of
Mt. Harmon Baptist Church, following in his mother's footsteps.
Surviving relatives: 2 daughters, Mary Meadows Williams and Julia B.
Spencer of High Point, NC; four sisters, Arceney Sowell and Theodosia Dedmon,
New York, Mary Miller, Monroe NC, and Vernetta L.M. Catoe, Washington DC;
3 brothers Willie Meadows, New York, Harvey Robinson, High Point, Elree
Funeral held Friday, Sept 15, at Mt. Harmon Missionary Baptist Church,
Pageland, interment in the church cemetery.
Sarah Frances Hunter Gardner
Mrs. Sarah Frances Gardner, 85, died Sunday, February 22, 1998.
Graveside service is 11:00 a.m., Monday February 23, 1998 in Shiloh
United Methodist Church Cemetery.
Mrs. Gardner was born March 29, 1912 in Chesterfield County, a daughter
of the late Willie and Lila Hunter. She was a retired seamstress, a long
time member of Shiloh United Methodist Church and the Ladies Bible Class,
and was a member of the Chesterfield Chapter of the Eastern Star. Mrs.
Gardner was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 67 years, Nelson
Gardner, a son, Coyt Gardner and a daughter Lillian Rayfield.
Survivors are two sons, William Gardner and wife, Kay of Chesterfield,
SC and Frankie Gardner of Lydia, SC; two daughters, Jean Davis and husband
Dicky of Chesterfield, SC and Alice Spindler and husband, Wes of Matthews,
NC; 18 grandchildren; 18 great grandchildren and 2 great-great grandchildren....
Published in "The State" newspaper, Columbia, SC
Mrs. Alma Turner Larke
Mrs. Alma Turner Larke, 20, wife of J. R. Larke died this morning after
an illness of three months.
She was a daughter of Newton Turner and the late Ellen Wilson Turner.
She is survived by her husband, two children, Edward Larke and Clara
Larke; her father, N.T. Turner and the following sisters and brothers:
Mrs. Bertha Rainey, Mrs. Nell Bailey, Mrs. Alice Belue, Miss Myrtle Turner
and Mr. James Turner.
Funeral services will be held from Barton's Chapel Sunday morning at
11 o'clock, the Rev. Henry Barton and the Rev. Mr. Massey officiating.
Burial in the church cemetery.
Pallbearers will be J. A. Pruitt, Wofford Edwards, Daniel Brittle,
Early Pruitt, Grady Garrett and Hyman Cox.
Craft-Walker Funeral Home is in charge.
From the Greenville News March 28, 1931 p.5
Frank Byers, age 30, who served as a member of the 306th ammunition
train during the World War, died at his home yesterday on Woodside Ave.,
Woodside Mills, following a long illness. His services was a long and brave
one, having spent a year in France with his division.
Mr. Byers is survived by his parents, Mr. and Ms. A. B. Byers of Greenville;
one sister, Mrs. D. W. Payne and five brothers, C. B., J. B., L. B., S.
L., and J. W. Byers.
Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 3:30 at the residence.
Interment will follow in Woodside Cemetery.
From the Greenville News Sunday, February 26, 1922 p.7B
Milton T. Smith
Milton T. Smith, 72, well-known farmer of the Highland section of upper
Greenville County, died tonight at 8 o'clock at his home.
He was a member of Highland Baptist Church and a deacon for approximately
Surviving are his wife, the former Miss May Robertson; three sons,
Rev. G. V. Smith, Eugene Smith and Willie Smith; 10 grandchildren and 4
From the Greenville News November 6, 1942 p. 25
Till Wood Rites Set For Sunday
Funeral services for Till B. Wood, 81, who died at the residence near
Simpsonville early Friday morning will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3
o'clock from Clear Springs Baptist Church. The services will be conducted
by the Rev. C. L. Boyter and the Rev. L. K. Simpson and interment will
be in the church cemetery.
The following grandsons of Mr. Wood will serve as active pallbearers:
Roy, Waymon, Claude, Grady, Fred and Troy Wood.
Composing the escort of honor will be: D. L. Jones, J. E. Jones, L.
A. Crisp, David Mayfield, Jack McKinney, Marion Stephen, Tol Owens and
Mr. Wood is survived by one son, John I. Wood of Greenville, one brother,
Adolphus Wood of Simpsonville and one sister, Mrs. M. R. League of Simpsonville.
He is also survived by nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
Further arrangements will be made later by R. D. Jones & Sons.
From the Greenville Piedmont Saturday, March 12, 1938 p.3