Anna Stonebraker Kelly obituary
„, .. ,, -, . ... , Obituary ol iNfrs. .Anna Stoiiobraltcr Kelly Mrs. Anna Stonebraker Kelly, wife of narmi Kelly, of Blairsville, died her home on Sunday evening, 38 years, G ...... Death was due to a complication of diseases. She is Sept> 2 C, 1926, aged m onths and 4 days. D . BU rvlved by her husband, one daugh- ter, Mrs. Elizabeth Palmer and one grandchild, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stonebraker, of Deckers Point, Pa., and the following broth- > > ers ana s i sre .rs: John E. Stonebrak- Maude Masters, of San er and . Diego, Calif.; William aud Sharp, of JJlego> jjaiu.; wiuiam auu onarp, or. Deckers Point; David M. of Dixon- v jii e , Mrs. Rose McQuown, of Hills-; rtnlo- ATvcj ITatVivvT, nnllnirl-iof anrl rlqlo- Mro KatVivvn Pnllae-liPi- nnrl UdOv., 1H1 o. Ixatlliyil xjctLlctgllcl all(.l I Mrs. Jennie Douglass, of Blairsville. I She had confessed Jesus Christ as Iher Savior Rovnral months bfifnrp hfir her gavl(jr several months before llei . death, aud she believed His saving gra ce was all sufficient to receive her Point ou Tuesday, and funeral ser- ijj Glory. Her body was brought to the home of her parents at Deckers' t>nint nil T'liooHav anrl fiinavat OQT-. | v ices were held on Wednesday P. M. a t the Shiloh Baptist church by Rev. M. M. Smith and burial followed in the church cemetery. When the days of life are ended, And the paths no more I tr.od, I know my name in Gold Is written in the Autograph of God.