Eliza Porter Rozier
his a Allied over because wounding member expressing Funeral Services For Mrs. Andrews Set For Tomorrow Mrs. Neill Preston Andrews, died last night at eight o'clock at a hospital here where she been confined since April. Mrs. Andrews died of a stroke which followed a series of such attacks. She had been in declining health for two years. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon from the home on Chestnut street and-rbu- rial will follow in the family jplot in Meadowbrook cemetery. Rev. Forrest B. Hedden will be assisted by Rev. Henry Egger, rector of Trinity Episcopal church in conducting the ceremonies. The family* has requested that no flowers be sent. Mrs. Andrews was Miss Frances Rozier, daughter of the late Robert A. and Eliza Porter Rozier of Howellsville Township. The family moved to Lumberton just before the turn of the century. Mrs. Andrews' late husband died in 1937 was a general merchant in Lumberton and had extensive farming interests in 4he county. She was one of the oldest dist church in years of membership. So far as can be determined only two persons are senior her on the church rolls. For than fifty years she has been active in the church. Surviving is one son, Robert Knox Andrews of Lumberton, one sister, Mrs. E. A. Burham of Mullins, S. C., and three grandchildren, Robert Knox Andrews, Jr., Neill Preston Andrews, and Carolyn Andrews. Also surviving are the widows of four brothers, Mrs. M. M. Rozier of Lumberton, Mrs, Frank Rozier of Orangeburg, S, C., Mrs. Estelle Rozier of Warrenton, Fla., and Mrs. R. A. Rozier of Chipley, Fla.