C Evening News 17 May 1948; Obituary David W Chaney
DAVID W. CHANEY PIEDMONT, W. Va.—David W. Chaney, 88, retired carpenter, 204 Seymour Street, Cumberland, died yesterday morning at 2:45 a. m. in the Kiser Nursing Home in Mt. Lake ; Park, where he had been a patient one month. .......... c^aney, who was born at Springfield W. Va. Judge Veteran of TWo Wars George Henderson was elected associate judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit Court of Maryland, November 30, 1946. He received his early education in Allegany County Academy from 1896 to 1905 before graduating from Princeton University, 1909, and was a carpenter. When he moved from Pied- includes Mrs. Leonard Adams and mont to Cumberland in 1910 he had Herbert Chaney, Piedmont; Mrs. been employed at the Luke Plant Rhoda Kenely, Keyser; Mrs. Law- of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper! rence Hilton, Cumberland and Mrs. .Company. He left to take work with Nora Broyles, Shepherdstown; 23 Western Maryland Railwayi grandchildren; 32 great-grandchil- Shops at Ridgeley. He retired from dren and one great-great-grand- work a number of years ago. ¡child. Mr. Chaney’s first wife, the form- i The body is at the Boal Funeral er Cornellia Huff, Spring Gap, died Home, Westernport, where a service in 1898, and his second w ife, the I will be conducted Wednesday at former Miss Fannie Ravenscroft.j 1:30 p. m. by Rev. Raymond L. Westernport. died in 1915. He was | Moore, pastor of Trinity Methodist the last member of his family. ! Church, Piedmont. Interment will be Mr. Chaney is survived by five in Bier Town Cemetery near Raw- children of hi.s first marriage which lings.