Emma V. Steelman death 30 January 1914
DIES SUDDENLY Unexpected Passing Away of Mrs. Samuel L. Steelman Mrp, t-'ainuel TJ. Steelman, a well-. known woman of the West End, died suddenly at her home at 321 Flower street yesterday morning. Although s!;e had been in poor health for some >ime, she was as well as usual when she arose yesterday morning. She told her daughter that she felt unable to !are her shops and asked her to do it f-.-r her. While the girl was engaged in (i"ing this, her mother fell and expired "? heart failure. Deceased w:is an active worker in tlie Souih Chester Methodist church, w!,ore she taught a class of boys in the Sunday School. She is survived by her 'laughter. Miirgarnt 'Steelman. and a S"!], Frank Hawkins. Owing to the f-ict that Mr. Htoclman is out of town, 'lie ;'.irar.i,-rim'm.s for the funeral have ;><T been completed, - but in all prob- uli'lUy thoy will be held in the South l 'h?strr .'.:.:th.idist church, at Third and .t-ffrr-y strrfls.