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 - MD..THTJRSDAY r OCTOBER 7, 1948 in the Tichnell...
MD..THTJRSDAY r OCTOBER 7, 1948 in the Tichnell Cemetery at Chestnut Grove. Pallbears were Waller TJchnell- Ervin Tichnell, Cleavor Tichnell Riley Wilson, Gavor Wilson, Hugl: Tichnell and William Smith. Plowerbearers were Shirley Vir'ts? Clara. Mne Savnge. N.iomu Bray. Wllma, Diu-uls and Hilda Tichnell, Dolores,' Lillian nncl Arbutus Taylor and Nonrm Bray. . Abraham L. Hayes MORGANTOWN, W. Va.,—Abraham L. Hayes,, 82,;lifelong resident of Cranesville. • died Monday in jMemorial. Hospital, Cumberland. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Virgie May, White Oak; Mrs. Baltimore hospital, was celebrated Maude Teets, Lake Ford, and Mrs.! this morning in S3.- Peter and Paul Lula Teets, Cranesville, and a son, Asa Hayes, Lake Ford. Detroit; Mrs. Eleanor Keefe, Cum- erland; Mrs. Ruth Kreitzburi;-. ty,- and Emily and John Pe«:l='' v t home. The body will be taken :o tlio lome tomorrow morning. Mrs. William Miller Mrs. Florence fOuvall) Miller, 85, '.vife of Wllllnm M. Miller, died this noi'filng at her home In Plc.irdy. :iie was born December 27, 1802, in Preston county, \V. Va. A sister, Mrs. Minnie Lear, Loua- coning, also survives. Brode Services requiem taass for John Erode, 81, who died Sunday ;in Doyle JRites Rites were'held this morn lug in St. Patrick's Catholic Church for Mrs. Eliza E. Doyle, 7-1, wile ot Thomas J. Doyle, 450 Goethe Street, who died at her \home Tuesday, Rev. J. Lawrence Kilkenny, pastor, Catholic Church . by Rev. Alban Hammal, O.F.M. Cap., pastor. Interment was in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were William H. Mareaa, Joseph' Martin, William Buley, Harry Sowers, Wyant Messman and Lester Heinrlch. Rawlings . KEYSER, W. Va,—A funeral was celebrant of the requiem masS| Scrvice ior Frank'Wright Rawlings and burial took place in St. Mary's! who died at his hom e September 25, Cemetery,. Oldtown Roa'd. ' |was held at his home near. Mend Pallbearers were Allen Spear, i Chapel, September 29, with Rev. C. .Elmer Larsons, Thomas Boone v John f f!v « weeks. , H. stitcher, Richard Boyle and'Ray- mond Higjins. Mrs. Amos Perdew FROSTBURG—Mrs. Ann (Sloan) Perdew, 65, wife of Amos Perdew, died this morning at her homo, 135 McCulIoli Street, after an. illness Mrs.. Perdew was a member ot H. Mead, Eckhart, officiating. He was assisted .by Rev. R. D. Marshall and Rev. Brook Heavner. Mr. Rawlings, a life-long resident of Mineral county, was born at Ridgeville, W. Va., the son of William H.' C. Rawlings, and Mary E. (Saylor) Rawlings. He and his son, Ranald H: Rawlings, were owners and operators of the Rawlings St.-Michael's Catholic Church and'Dairy ori-.their farm. He was'a rriem- the ' Sodality of the. Blessed Virgin j ber of Mead Chapel Methodist Mary. Surviving, besides .her husband,' are five children, James Perdew Episcopal Church which ha helped to construct. He is survived by his widow, Mrs.' May (Harvey) Rawl-

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  2. 07 Oct 1948, Thu,
  3. Page 16

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    Obituary of Anna Elizabeth Sloan Perdew

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