Alice Merle Sampson (Baskerville) Dies - 1924
MRS. BASKERVILLE SUCCUMBS TO STROKE OF PARALYSIS Monday morning, at 3:40 Mrs. A. M. Baskerville, mother of Mrs. A. B. Rob-son, Rob-son, Rob-son, died as the result of a stroke of paralysis Thursday. For the last four years Mrs. Baskerville had lived with Mrs. Robson at the infirmary. Miss Elizabeth Baskerville, of Orangeburg, Orangeburg, S. C. ; Miss Gordon Baskerville, of Charleston, S. C; Mrs. F. G. Hartman, of Washington, Ga.; Mrs. A. B. Robson; Mr. Thornton Baskerville, of Worsham, Va. ; and a foster son, Mr. Sampson, of Clifton Forge, Va., were present at their mother's death. Mrs. Saunders, of Baltimore, Md., and Mrs. Woods, a missionary to China are the other surviving children of Mrs. Baskerville. Dr. Richards held a short service at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon after which pall-bearers pall-bearers pall-bearers from the student body bore the casket to the train. Mrs. Baskerville was buried by her husband in the old seminary grave-yard grave-yard grave-yard at Hampden-Sidney, Hampden-Sidney, Hampden-Sidney, Va., her old home. The sympathy of the student body rests with Mrs. Robson, who has been a mother to them all, in the loss of her mother.