Nannie Calvert Klugh's obit 1 Mar 1948
Fl'XERAL WEDNESDAY AT S FOR NANNIE KLl'GH Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 3 o'clock from Taber nncle Baptist Church for Nancy (Nannie) RUugh, who died Saturday morning at the home of her son. George Klugh. in the Cokesbury community, after a lingering 111-nees. 111-nees. 111-nees. 61ie was a faithful member of Tabernacle church, and the pastor, the Rev. 8. E. Ksy wm oiliciate. Interment wUl Ipllow In the Johns Creek church cemetery. She was the daughter of the late Frank and Rachel Foster and the widow of Andrew Klugh, and was born In Abbeville county July L 1871. She connected herself with the Johns Creek Baptist Church at an early age, becoming a member of the church choir and taking an active active part in all phases of the church work until she removed her membership membership to Tabernacle Baptist Church and the choir where she served faithfully . until her health failed. She was also a member of the Cokesbury Baptist church choir, the missionary society and the community community club. For a number of years she was the secretary of the Woman's Woman's Home Aid Society No. 68 and a member of the Burial Aid Society at Mara Hill Baptist Church. Surviving are seven sons and one daughter: John H. Klugh, Jamaica, Jamaica, N. Y.; Andrew. Willie and Seyreli Klugh of Detroit, Mich.; Lewis J&lugh of Colorado Springs, Colo.; George : Klugh, Oreenwood, and Clarence Klugh of Cincinnati, O.; WUhchnina K. Butler of Cincinnati; Cincinnati; one - sister. Oracle Anna Williams of Greenwood; 25 grandchildren grandchildren and five great-grandchild great-grandchild great-grandchild dren. , , .:; The body will be at Parka. Funeral Home until the hour of the services.