Clipped From The Indiana Gazette
MRS. SARAH ANN (MORLEYJ AOAIR, widow of Hang Adair, Sr., born in England, May 28, 1874, a daughter of Robert and Ann (Douthwalite) Morley, died at 2:40 p. m. Friday in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swartz in Ernest, Mrs. Adair, who had lived in the Swartz home for 33 years, had been ill for two months. She was a member of the As8emb|y of God Pentecost Church of Barnesboro, Surviving with Mrs. Swartz are the following other children: Mrs. Margaret Hilty of Heshbon; George Adair of Marstellar and John Adair. with the U. S. Array in Iceland. Also surviving are a step-son, Hana Adair, Jr., of Homer CUy; « §tep- daughter, in England; two brothers: William Morley of DuBols and Robert Morley of Indiana, and • sister, Mrs. C. C. McLaln of Indiana. Friends are being received in th« Swartz home, where services will be conducted at 2:00 p. m. Monday, The Rev. K. W. Wilkerson will offl- date and interment will b« in Greenwood Cemetery.