Obbituary of Sarah Fanning Sweeny sister of Barbara Jackson
a in in DEATHS Mrs. Ha rah Sweeney Mrs Sarah Caroline Sweeney, wife of the late William Sweeney, passed away at her home, 311 East Washing- in ton street. Sunday night. She had been he last seven months. Mrs. Sweeney was born Sept. 13. to 1856. and had been a resident of Jack- sonville for 17 years. She was united in marriage with William Sweenev of Jacksonville In 1875. His death oc- curred June 29, 1925. j Mr. and Mrs. Sweeney were the par- j ents of the following children, who on survive: Frank. Thomas and James Sweeney, Jacksonville; Alva, Larri- more, N. D.; Mrs. Victor McCallister j Mrs. George Burns and Mrs. Lea Kaule, Jacksonville, and Mrs. Arthur Phoenix, Larrimore, N. D. One son, old Joseph, preceded her in death, Also surviving are the following j brothers and sisters: Abe Fanning a Kansasa City, Mo.; John Fanning, | Scottville; Robert Fanning, Norton- If ville; Mrs. Samuel Butts, Jacksonville ; re-; Mrs. Barbara Jackson, Jacksonville, a brother. Joseph Fanning, preceded Mrs. Sweeney in death two weeks ago at Madison, 111. Funeral services for Mrs. Sweeney will be held at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday ' afternoon at the Arthur G. Cody Fu- ' neral Home. Interment will be made I v amond Orove c met 1 nialns are now at the residence on Ì Washington street.