Clipped From The Bradford Era
ERA, BRADFORD, of Mrs. Miss C. Oviatt Is Dead at 82 was S wedding. at a Mis. pifts Jay n a l d Keith Ox- Rew - (Special) - Miss Carrie Oviatt, 82, of Water St., Smothport, passed away at the home of nephow'.s daughter. Mrs. W. H. Covert, Wolt Run, yesterda afternoon at 5:20 o'clock. Miss Oviatt suffered a leg Injury In a fall at her home In Smethport Tov. 6 and since that time had been confined to bed at the home of Mrs. Covert. Death was attributed to complications accom-1 panylng her advanced age. She was born June 23, 1863, on a farm located on the East Valley R d , between Smethport and Farmers Valley, the daughter of the late Joseph Beeman Oviatt and Catherine Stickles Oviatt. The second youngest or 11 children, Miss Oviatt lived at the family homestead many years following the death of her parents before coming to Smethport. She leaves two sisters, Mrs. Ida Plckersglll and Mrs. Sarah Armstrong, both of Smethport, and several nieces and nephews. Friends and relatives may call the home of Mrs. Glenn Burton, East Smethport. Funeral services will be held Saturday. A prayer service will be at 2 p. m. at the Burton home followed by services at the Regular Baptist Church, Smethport, at 2:30 p. m,, with the Rev. Maurice Qaugh, pastor, officiating. Burial will be In the family plot In Rose Hill Cemetery, Smethport.