Clipped From Mt. Vernon Register-News
OBITUARY Vlrclnla Anna Flatinliran was horn May 0, 1870 near Thompwmville, til. and departed this lite at 4 -.30 Christmas morn- inc. 1P4P. She was the daunhtcr of J. H, and Mary E. (Rrown) Mnnry. She was united In marrlaee with Monroe Klnnnlfniii tW. 2I>. 188". She and her late husband observed their Oolden Weddlnir Anniversary on Pec. 29, 10.1T. Mr. Vlatinlitan preceiled her In death AUK. 10, 1H44. To this union wer? horn el*hl children of which four preceded her In death, namely: Pearl, .tosle, Lee and Add. The four surviving are Lehman, llculah and Lnrenc of Mt. Vernon, and Vre.1 of Evansville. tntl., and six Krundchildrcn, one irreat prrandchll^: also a slsler. Mrs. Sallle Puckett and three brothers, I'harlc* and Neal Mabry of Mt. Vernon and Thomas of West Frankfort and a host of frlrtnls and relatives. flod saw that she was suftrrlnf And the hills were hard to climb So He closed her weary eves And whispered "Praco He Thine."