Nannie Goins Green Obit
; MRS. MOSE GREEN DIED EARY MONDAY MORNING Mr.. Nannie Green, wife of Mr. M. Green, died at the family home Monday morning about 9 o'clock, following an lllnes extending over a period of several weeks. A few weeks ago she was stricken and at once Was taken to a Dallas sanitarium where she received special treatment, but even the skill of the best surgeons and medical authorities failed to stay the hand of death, . Funeral services were held on Tuesday afternoon from the First Method's! church, In this city, and burial took place at the Southland cemetery. Rev. C* L. Bounds, pastor of the M. E. Church conducted the service, Mrs. Green wa3 67 years of age at the time of her death. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Coins, pioneer settlers at Lancaster, where she was born and reared. She and Mr. Green were married forty-nine years, the ceremony taking place on July 4th, 1883, at the old Crutchfield house in Dallas, Rev. George W. Owens, a pioneer Methodist minster officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Green made their home in Lancaster a few years, go_ ing from there to Oak Cliff. Some twenty years ago they moved to Grand Prairie. Mrs. Green was a member of the Methodist church, in which she lived and earnest, consecrated life. Mrs. Green is survived by her. husband, M. Green, and two daugh-. ters and three, sons Mrs. Robert Nace, of Los Angeles,. Calif., Mrs. Denton Graham, of the Watson community, Bert Green of Celina, Clifford Green of Dallas and Llayd Green of California. All the children were at her bedside when she passed away.