|Birth: ||Aug. 30, 1848|
|Death: ||Apr. 19, 1910|
District Of Columbia, USA
FUNERAL of MRS. MERCIER
Services at St. James' Church and Burial in Union Cemetery, Leesburg.
Leesburg,Va., April 22, 1910.
The body of Mrs. Florence Heaton Mercier who fell dead on the streets of Washington Tuesday afternoon, was brought to Leesburg last evening and buried in Union cemetery.
Services were held at St. James' Episcopal Church at half-past 5 o'clock, Rev. William Hullihen Burkhardt, the rector, officiating. The pallbearers were Henry Gibson, W.W. Chamblin, Nicholas S. Purcell, Cornelius Shannon, Samuel B. Paxson and Dr. Joseph Van Devanter.
Mrs. Mercier was the daughter of the late George W. Janney of Hamilton, this county. Her first husband was the late Dr. Townsend Heaton of Hamilton, and her second husband was Charles L. Mercier of near that place. At the time her death she was in the sixty-second year of her age.
Besides her daughter, Mrs. Stewart Marshall of Dunbar, Pa., she leaves a mother and three sisters, Mrs. T.H. Van Devanter of Leesburg, Mrs. Edgar McCray and Mrs. Donohue of Hamilton.
From The Evening Star, 27 Apr 1910
George Wells Janney (1821 - 1873)
Mary Magdalena Compher Janney (1822 - 1913)
Charles Carr Mercier (1846 - 1903)
Townsend Heaton (1846 - 1883)*
Annie R. Janney Vandevanter (1846 - 1910)*
Emmeline Florence Janney Mercier (1848 - 1910)
John C. Janney (1851 - 1880)*
Ella M. Janney McCray (1853 - 1921)*
Robert W. Janney (1858 - 1889)*
Mary W. Janney Dunahue (1861 - 1938)*
Daughter of Geo. W. & Mary Janney.
Plot: A Lot 383 Site 10
Created by: Betty Frain
Record added: Feb 24, 2010
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