Wesley Mission Daniel Potter 1888
W. Meily. J r , Fuueral of Miss Luey Potter. Miss Lucy, daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth Elizabeth Potter, who died on Thursday at her parents residence, 328 Calder street, was buried yesterday afternoon from West Harrisburg Harrisburg Wesley Mission chapel. The church was early crowded to its utmost capacity, as the deceased was well known. Rev. S. VV. Brown, of Berry hill, Va., assisted by Revs. Butler and Wallace, conducted the impressive impressive services. The flower offerings were nu merous and appropriate, noticeable among which were a beautiful harp, the gift of the scholars of calder Duiiding, and or the teachers, teachers, Miss II. M. St. Clair and W. H. Marshall; Marshall; and across of rosebud) from Mrs. Rachel Burris. Messrs. Edward Burris, Thomas Matthews, and Charles and Win. Dixon, friends of deceased, acted as pallbearers. pallbearers. A goodly number , of friends followed followed the co apse to Lincoln cemetery, where It was interred.