a Sunday the reported until her Funeral Services Conducted Today for Clarksville Woman Died at Her Home Saturday; Survived .by, Four Children Funeral services were held today for Mrs. James H. Chesnut, of Clarksville, who died at her home there Saturday. The services was held at the Community church, and burial was in the wo'od cemetery. Born at Tonica, Illinois, June 1867, Jennie T. Malhorn was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Malhorn. She was married to James H. Chesnut in Illinois, December 22, 1886, and in 1907, the family moved to Floyd and later Rudd. They came to Clarksville 1912. She was preceded in death by aions, Elmer and Edwin, and is survived by her husband; three daughters, Mrs. Edna Poe of Charles City, Mrs. Anna Shepard Cedar Falls, and Mrs. Agnes VanSlyke of Alice, Texas; one son, Samuel Chesnut of Clarksville, 13 grandchildren, one of whom, Mrs. Lila Klunder, was raised iu their home.