Lillie May Obituary
Mrs. Lillie May Randolph Mrs. Lillie May Randolph of Long Hollow, McVeytown, R. D. 1, passed away Sunday, November November 21, 1954, at 7 a. m. at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Birger Magnussen, Magnussen, with whom she resided. She had been ill for one and one- half years, during which time she was confined to a wheelchair. The deceased was born March 1, 1883, at Schellsburg, a daughter of William and Rebecca Hoover. She was united in marriage to Edgar Edgar W. Randolph of Windber^October Windber^October 13, 1903, by the Rev. F. H. Buffington. Mrs. Randolph was a member of the Christian and Missionary Alii ance Church at Mount Union. She and her- husband had 'resided in Windfoer, Huntingdon, and Claysburg Claysburg prior to moving to the home of their daughter in Long Hollow seven years ago. Her husiband and these children survive: Mrs. Birger Ma,gnussen of Long Hollow; Miss Evelyn Randolph, Randolph, Mrs. Joseph (Mildred) Daro-on, Daro-on, Mrs. Robert O. (Dorothy) Boyle, Mrs. Virginia Lucas, and Charles Randolph, all of New York City and Carl Randolph of Long Hollow. Sixteen grandchildren, one sreat-grandchild, and two sisters, Mrs. Jane Way and Mrs. Nellie Allen Allen of Fishertown, also survive. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, November 24, at 2:30 p m in the Christian and Missionary Missionary Alliance Church in Mount Union. Her pastor, the Rev. Paul K Schuler, will officiate and interment interment .will be made in the IOOF Cemetery at Mount Union. Friends may call at the _ Oiarjc funeral home in Mount Union after after 7pm. this Monday until 10 a m on Wednesday and at the church until the hour of services.