Pittston Gazette, 22 JAN 1912, p. 1
31r., W. K. Siimiien.H. Mrs. Anna 'May Simmem, wife of W. R. Simmens, of Main street, Port iilanchard, died suddenly last evening, evening, following a few hours' Illness. Death was due to convulsions, with which Mrs. Simmens was attacked during - the morning, while engaged in household duties, N Mrs;' Simmens was a life - long resident resident of tho city. She was a daughter daughter of Isaac and Anna Armitage, of 36 Carroll street, and was 29 years of age. I - Ier education was received in the city schools. On' Sept. 21, 1904, sho married William . It. Simmens, wt9i is employed as mine 'foreman at No. 14 colliery, of the Pennsylvania Coal company. - i Besides her husband, the deceased Is survived by he'F parents, three els - tors Elizabeth and Estella, at home; and Mrs. Mame Woliiver, of Wilkes - baTre; also, one brother, Harvey, of Port Blanchard. ' " The funeral announcement will be made la tec - .