Edward Thomas Heironimus Obituary
Va. the Edward T. Heironimus The body of Edward T. Hcironi- mtis, 55, who died Friday at his Angeles home after an illness of months, will arrive at the Kight funeral home tomorrow, where it will remain until the funeral Sat- urday. A native of Slier, Frederick ty, Va., Mr. Heironimus was a penter here for several years until he went to California sixteen years ago. He resided at 29 Emily street. Besides his widow, Mrs. Bessie Lamp) Heironimus, he is survived iy two sisters, Mrs. Laura Dailey and Miss Ruth Heironimus, both Frederick county, Va., and three irothers, Page Heironimus, Wash- ngton; Haden G. Heironimus, Stephens City, Va.; and Fervin Heironimus, Siler, Va. He was a of the late John H. and "Rachel Â·leironimus, of Slier.