Sadie Green obit
MRS. GREEN'S FUNERAL HFI.n Greenwood Burial For Former Matron At Masonic Home; Leaves 20 Descendants Greenwood. Nov. 16 Final rites for Mis. Sadie L. Green, 81. widow of Stafford Green, who died here Saturday after an extended illness, wee conducted at the Wilson fun-cral fun-cral fun-cral liome Tuesday morning by the Rev. Rcydon Rea of the BaptLi cliurc'n cf wliicli Mrs. Green was a member. Burial was made in the G reen woxi c emet ery. Mrs. Green was born near Traf- Traf- ter cf Armstrong Alexander and Jane Bridges Alexander. She attended attended the Hensley township schools and in 1831 was united in mu'riaee to Stafford Green. The couple lued on farms in Hen-sley Hen-sley Hen-sley and Pleasant townships until Mr. Green's death February 2. 1912. Wis-jLatcr Mrs. Green was a matron at j 1 1 io Masonic Home for several years land housekeeper for the late Dr. Clarmre Provinro Pnr t?-ir t?-ir t?-ir nict fio ' years she made her home with her : umiitor ATe r--i-u r--i-u r--i-u r--i-u r--i-u r--i-u t Ul" "1"3' 111 : Greenwood w tierp slip r-'inrl r-'inrl r-'inrl ! ,ta tmcmt:cr r ih; BapUst iiuiiui icn io (ais ana oi tne uraer I ci uie t.isurn tar ior years, j Suiwiving are the daughter, Mrs. : Lyons, and a son. Vincent Green. ! both cf Greenwood. Two sons, Victor and Raymond Green, preceded their mother in death. S-ven S-ven S-ven grandchildren also survive Noble Lyons cf Austin, S. 1 c Noel Lyons. U.S.N. Great Lakes. 111.. Mrs. Nova Burleson. Pittston. Pa., Mrs. Imrgcne Keller. San Metro, Cal.. Mijor Stafford Green, U.S.A. Signal Corps stationed in England. Forrest Green. C.A.A.. Belmont. Cal., Mrs. Grace Parham. Charleston, S. C. and Victor Green. Electrician 2 c. JU.S.N.. Balboa. Panama. Ten great-j great-j great-j grandchildren and one great-grcat- great-grcat- great-grcat- great-grcat- grandchild also survive.