Elizabeth Rollins Carswell widow - 28 Apr 1937 Aiken SC paper
LAST JUTES TODAY FOR C. A. CARSWELL Employee of Succumb* Southern Railway to Pneumonia Charles Ansley Cii'rswell, •!'> died at the Aiken County Hospital on Tuesday morning after a few days illness with pneumonia. Curswell was a World War Mr. Veteran Veteran and employee of the Southern Southern Railroad for 17 , years. A native of Hepzibah, Ga., he had lived in Aiken for only 'IS years, but had made many friends. His was a member of the Brotherhood of Maintainence of- Way Em- ployes. Funeral services will be belli from the First Baptist church of Aikcn this (Wednesday) after- noon, at 4 o'clock conducted by the pastor, the Rev. Thos. Dill I,id« assisted by the Rev. P. "J. McLean, D. D. Besides his widow, -Mrs. Elizabeth Elizabeth Rollins Carswell, he is survive! survive! by one daughter. Miss Lila Mac Carswell, of Aiken; two sons, Charles Annlcy, Jr., and Kay ford Rollins, of Aiken; 'three-, sisters, Mrs. W. P. Derrick, Columbia; Mrs. E. J. Dunegan, Cocoa, "Fin.; and Mr». C. D.-George, Aiken; three brothers, H. Joe Carswell, of Atlanta, Frank W. Carswell, of Graham, Washington, and James A. Camwell, of Hepzibth, Ga.