Clipped From The Indiana Weekly Messenger
that place. Miss Annie Cribbs Miss Annie Cribbs, aged over 96 years, died on Saturday at the home Qf her brptheri Sam uel E. Cribbs, of Weg( . p ni i ade iphia street, from gen- j eral debllltyi due to advanced age, followi an illness of six wee ks. j The decea sed, who was a daughter I Qf j h and p en natt a Cribbs, was born Oc tober 12, 1834, resided in Indiana and vicinlty during her long Despite her advanced years she , d good healtn and was we ll ; eservede she was a Hfe-long mem- *" DIJ " ' ~" w _ „ ,,,_.. the family ber of the Curry Run Presbyterian church, near Shelocta. Her brother is the last surviving member of The funeral services were conduct- Tuesday afternoon at the home °r broth ^ r| Samuel Cribbs, by R b t cl k stor o£ the of t()wn Inter . ment was made in the Oakland cemetery.