1943-11-03 Nancy Miller Sparks obituary - Steuben Republican
j Last HltCS Held for j Funeral services for Mrs. Nancy J. Sparks, of Salem town-with town-with ship, were held in the Methodist church at Hudson last Wednesday-gone Wednesday-gone ! afternoon, and were conducted by forjUev. K. (). Kegerreis. Iturial was in Circle Cemetery at Hudson. j Mrs. Sparks, who was eighty i years of age. died at the home of her daughter. Mrs. (Sale Yonti, Mansfield. Ohio, on Sunday, . October 24th. after an illness of five weeks', death being due to 'cerebral hemorrhage. Story of Her Life 1 Nancy Jane Sparks, oldest 'daughter of Jacob H. and Matter-Elgin. Matter-Elgin. I via Jane Leas was born Septem-an Septem-an ( her 25. 1 S 6 :$ . in Fairfield town-grandparents. town-grandparents. ship. DeKalb County. Indiana. j On December 12. 1SS5. she was j united in marriage to Marion J. Sparks, by her grandfather, The . Reverend Josenh Miller, who was Nancy J. Sparks jthe leading spirit in the organiza-j organiza-j organiza-j I Hon of the Methodist church at j i Hudson. ! To that union was born four children: Ward F. Sparks, of Hudson; Vern L. Sparks, of Mun-t Mun-t Mun-t cie; M. Earl Sparks, of South j lltend; and Mrs. Wanda Yonts. of! j Mansfield. Ohio, all of whom our- our- j jvive. Resides two brothers: llert ' !of Luverne. Minn., and Elmer, ofj like James; a sister, Mrs. Pearl' Averill. of Portland, Ore.; five! grandchildren. Robert S.. of Hud-j Hud-j Hud-j son. Richard D.. of Dayton, O.. Mary Jane, of Hudson, C.ail Yonts. Jr., V. S. Army, Louisville. Louisville. Ky.. and Thomas Younte, of Mansfield. O. Her husband preceded her in death on February 11, 1928. Also Also a sister. Bell.