The Times (Richmond, VA) 29 May 1900 Birchett/Skinner/Andrews
OLiliUAl?Y. Mrs. Sarah J. Birehett. Mrs. Sarah J. Birehett died at 1 o'clock Sunday, at the residence of her son-'.u law, (Mr. George W. Johnson, No. 4?i AVest Alain Street. She was seventy-six years of age and had enjoyed remarkably guod health up to Friday night, when she was suddenly taken ill. Mrs. Birehett was the widow -of the late Wm. G. Birehett, of Prince George coun? ty, Vai Before her marriage she was a Mi-.s Skinner, of Hampton. She had re? sided in Richmond since 1S73 and was widely known and greatly beloved by the people of the West End. She was a lady of lovely character. Mrs. Birehett had a special fondness for children and often was seen in Monroe Park, surrounded by a group of little ones. Mrs. Birehett leaves six children, as fol? lows: Dr. Richard W. Birehett, of Owen ton, Ky.; Dr. John G. Birehett. of Lex? ington, Ky.; Mrs. John G. Andrews, of Richmond; Mrs. George ?\G. 'Johnson, of ?Richmond; Mrs. Jaimes A. Laaiier, of Petersburg ,and Miss Emma Birehett, of Richmond. The funeral took place from Mr. John? son's residence at 5 o'clock yesterday, conducted toy Rev. J. J. Gravatt, of the Church of the Holy Trinity. The burial was made in Hollywood.