Mrs James (Elizabeth Hughes) obit
Wat-kins 9. Con- of her daughter, Mrs. Kichard Husband, 156 West Dorrance Street, Kingston, from a heart at tack. Besides Mrs. Husband, she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. William C. Geyer, Kingston, also three grandchildren. Mrs. Llewellyn was a member or Dorranceton Methodist Church, the WCTU and the Marian Sun day School Class. MRS. JAMES TIGHE Mrs. James Tighe, an esteemed resident of J9 Union Street, Upper Pittston, died Thursday night at the home. Her son-in-law, son-in-law, son-in-law, son-in-law, son-in-law, Thomas O'Brien, who resided at the Tighe home, died three weeks ago. Mrs. Tighe. was the former Elizabeth Hughes, daughter of John and Mary Hughes, pioneer settlers of Pittson. She was a member of St Mary's Heln of Christians Church and its Altar and Rosary Society. She was affiliated affiliated with the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. She and her Husband, a re tired Lehigh Valley Railroad trainman, observed ' their 50th wedding anniversary two years aeo. Besides her husband she Is sur vived by these children: John, Port Griffith; William ana to, r-itts-tort; r-itts-tort; r-itts-tort; r-itts-tort; r-itts-tort; Joseph, Buffalo, N. Y.; Mrs. Laurence Kelly, Pittston: Mrs.