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Sarah Evadne Fife Brown
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..The Daily Notes, Canonsburg PA, Monday 14 August 1922, front page - MRS. M. B. BROWN DIES SUDDENLY AT THE HOSPITAL --- Member of Family Long Prominent in Community Passes Away - Active in Church Work --- MRS. EVADNE FIFE BROWN, wife of MATTHEW B. BROWN of Center Church stop, died at 3 a.m. Monday at the Canonsburg Hospital, aged 35 years. She was a daughter of W. T. and the late BELLE M. STERRETT FIFE and was born and raised on the Fife homestead near Bethel Church. In 1912 she was united in marriage with MATTHEW B. BROWN, son of DR. F. D. BROWN, now of Hudgins, Va. Besides her husband she leaves two daughters, RUTH and HELEN, and her father and four brothers: THOMPSON, HOWARD and JOHN ALBERT FIFE, Pittsburgh, and STERRETT FIFE of Indiana. Her mother and two sisters died within the past three years. Mrs. Brown had been a member of Center Presbyterian Church since her marriage, having transferred her membership from Bethel Church. She was active in all branches of church work and for many years sang in the choir. She also was prominent in Red Cross and other community activities, and for some years had been a member of the Canonsburg Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. Mrs. Brown was a member of one of the oldest families in the community in which she lived, and her death will bring sorrow to a large number of friends who had known her from infancy. ..The Daily Notes, Canonsburg PA, Thursday 17 August 1922, front page - Many at Services Held For Mrs. M. B. Brown --- A very large number of friends, neighbors and relatives, representing the entire countryside, yesterday afternoon attended the funeral services held or MRS. EVADNA FIFE BROWN, wife of MATTHEW B. BROWN, held in the family home at Center Church stop. The services were conducted by the Rev. M. C. Reiter, pastor of the Bethel Presbyterian Church, who made an address, which was followed by remarks by the Rev. A. B. Brown and a prayer by the Rev. Dr. W. F. Brown. A quartet composed of SCOTT HIXON, CLIFFORD KERR, MORTON FIFE and JOSEPH KERR sang. The casket was embanked with a profusion of flowers, the tribute offering from Mrs. Brown's many friends and relatives. The services were most impressive, and thruout the exercises the deepest sympathy was manifested. The pallbearers were THOMPSON FIFE, HOWARD FIFE, STERRETT FIFE, MORTON FIFE, EDWARD EDWARDS and JOHN ALBERT FIFE. Interment was in the cemetery at Center Church...The Daily Notes, Canonsburg PA, Thursday 17 August 1922, front page - VIRGINIANS MOTOR HERE TO ATTEND FUNERAL ---- Covering a distance of 500 miles, which necessitated crossing the mountains and in places travel over bad roads, DR. D. F. BROWN* and his son, JAMES A. HATCH, of Hudgins, Va., reached the home of the former's son, M. B. BROWN, at Center Church stop, yesterday afternoon, just after funeral services for MRS. M. B. BROWN had been held. They joined the funeral party at Center Church, before interment was made. Dr. Brown and Mr. Hatch made the trip in twenty-four hours. Tire trouble due to travel on steep roads, caused several delays. They expect to leave tomorrow for Virginia, after a visit with their relatives in Peters Township. Dr. Brown, member of the well known family of Peters Township, has practiced his profession at Hudgins, near Norfolk, for a number of years. The visitors found the temperature in Pennsylvania warmer than it was in Virginia. *(Note: Should read Dr. F. D. Brown.)
- B. Morrow
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