Gilmer Mirror 25 Jan 1962 p4 Mrs. Ada Fannin
Mrs. Ada Fannin Succumbs at 82 To Long Illness FuncniJ services for Mrs. Ada Lillic Ftinnin, 1)2, lifetime resident of Upshur County. ! \vtTC 1 held Friday afternoon ill |Oak Hill Baptist Church. ' Mrs. Fannin died Thursday, jJun. 18 at the home of a son, ; Floyd Fannin, in Gilmer after | a long illness. She was born ;Dec. 27, 1879 and she became a member of Oak Hill Baptist Church at age 12. Her husband, husband, the late Joe Fannin preceded preceded her in death on Oct. 9, \9?,'2. ' Surviving besides Floyd Fan' Fan' nin arc four other rsons, Law; Law; rence Fannin, Hiram Fannin i and Everett Fannin, all of Gil] Gil] mcr and Ollin Fannin of Austin: Austin: two daughters, Mrs. Ruby i ] Reynolds of Soules Chapel and Mrs. Iva Mae Housworth of Kl iPaso: 19 grandchildren and 17 i great grandchildren. ; The Rev. Jim Helton and the i Rev. R. R. Stracener officiated 'Burial was at Oak Hill Cemetery. Cemetery. Pallbearers were Floyd j Blackburn, Rozell Harris, Wen- j dell Duke, Mancel Petty, Elton j Petty, Joe Griffin, Lindlt\ Quinn and Sanders Radney. ! Honorary pallbearers were Charley Green, Claud Bowclen, ! Judge Pitman, Harvey AUa- | way, Wesley Barbel' and Cori Cori key Barber. I Crolcy Funeral Home \vas in '• charge of arrangements.