Clipped From Denton Journal
conference, of Mrs. Sarah M. Stephens died nt home of her only brother, Mr. P. Anthony, near Denton, Tuesday morning, aged sixty-two years. Mrs. Stephens had suffered for some time with cancer of the breast, and this affliction caused her death. She was daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Anthony and the willow of Captain William B. Stephens. She is survived one sister, Miss Wilhelmina Anthony, who lives near Denton; also by three stepsons--James A. Stephens, of Cris- [ield; John W. Stephens, of Burrsville, and Dr. M. Bates Stephens, of --and one stepdaughter, Mrs. Henry Winter Davis, of Crisfield. The funcr- el was held on Thursday. RL-V. II. Johnson, Mrs. Stephens' pastor, con- ducted the services at the late of the deceased. The pall-bearers were Messrs. James A., John W. M. Bates Stephens, Joseph P., and Lee Anthony and Robert W. Moore.