Carrie Smith Wright obit

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Carrie Smith Wright obit - R. B-24 for in Air in and Nip Death Takes Mrs....
R. B-24 for in Air in and Nip Death Takes Mrs. Wright; Rites Today Mrs. Carrie Smith Wright, 68, wife of John E. Wright, died about 6:40 o'clock Wednesday morning at the family residence on East Frederick street. She had been in ill health for several years. , Mrs. Wright was born in Gas-tonia, N. C, but had lived in the McKown's Mountain section of Cherokee county for many years until the family moved to Gaffney about a year ago. Funeral services will be conducted at 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Sardis Methodist church. The officiating ministers will be the Rev. E. WI Lybrand, the pastor, the Rev. W. J. Sprinkle, the Rev. Raymond Dobbins, and the Rev. J. A. Bledsoe, a former pastor. Interment will be in the Sardis cemetery with the Shuford-Hatcher Company, morticians, in charge. The pall bearers will be Anderson Clary and Earl D., Vernon, Carl, Eugene and Arthur Wright. An honorary escort will include County Supervisor J. O. Daniel, C. C. Green, clerk of the county commissioners, and C. P. Turner, L. B. Jolly, W. F. Burgess, W. R. Hambright and Claude Ramsey, members of the commission; E. J. Clary, C. C. Kirby, C. S. Farish, J. R. Service, Paul P. McKown, George W. McKown, E. L. McKown, George LeMaster, C. F. Blackwell, Wade Poole, A. C. Davis, Charles Poole, Senator Joe H. Hall, Gordon Collins, Fred Mul-linax, E. R. Dobbins, Dr. J. C. Hall, Dr. J. H. Cathcart, E. E. Parris, G. G. Inman, A. L. Hall-man, Conway Hammett, John Chil-ders, Hickson Jones, T. Elzie Stroup, Representatives Lake W. Stroup and J. Claude Fort, W. Joe Mc Arthur, John Upchurch, Jasper Peeler, Stanley Wilson, C. Keys Sanders and R. W. Humphries. Mrs. .Wright js, survived by her husband j a daughter, Mrs. Ben Hammett; five sons, ' Corporal Woodrow Wright, of Fort Bragg, N. C, County (Commissioner J. Wilmon Wright, Clarence and Julian Wright, of Gaffney; and Corporal Leon Wright in France; two half-sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Jenkins and Miss Dora Hampton, of Charlotte; and two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

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  1. The Gaffney Ledger,
  2. 30 Aug 1945, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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