William Harmon Little obit
WILLIAM HARMON LITTLE ot* Deckers Point died August 8 at* 12:55 a. m. in the Adrian Hospital, Punxsutawney. A son of James and Betsy Harmon Little, born July 5, 1874, in Washington Township, Indiana County, Mr. Little had spent most of hii life in this county, had lived for several year's in New Kensington and in Deckers Point for the past five years.' He was a retired farmer. He was,a member of Washing-**, ton Pre'sbyterian Church, and of Savan. Grange No. 1786, Rochester Mills. He was first married to Nancy Shields who passed away in In addition to his wife, Mary Steele Little, he is survived by one son, Floyd of Indiana, and four daughters: Mrs. Carl (Mabel) Rankin of Rural Valley R. D. 1; Mrs. Clifford (Edna) Shearer of Wampum, R. D. 2; Mrs. Donald (Emm pum, . . ; rs. onad (Emma* Lee) Borland of Indiana, R. D. '4;* and Mrs. Ronald . (Dolores) McQuown, Marion Center. R. D. Also by 12 grandchildren, two great- grandchildren, six brothers: George Little of Indiana; Lowry of Creekside; Andrew, Charlei, and Frank. of Vandergrift and Benton of Cleveland; and one tister, Mrs. Netti« Wells of Chambersville. Friends will be received at Robinson's, 38 North 7th street afte 1:00 p. m. Tuesday, whert icrvi will be held on Wednesday, August 8, at 1:30 p. m. (DST). Interment will be in Washington Cemetery. .