|Death: ||May 9, 1923|
MRS. ELLSWORTH DIES
OLD BRADFORD RESIDENT HAD
BEEN BED RIDDEN 18 YEARS;
FUNERAL SERVICES THIS AFTERNOON.
Mrs. Carrie Ellsworth, one of the
best known residents of this city, died
at her home on East Main street yest-
erday morning at 6 o'clock. Mrs.
Ellsworth had been an invalid for 25
years and during 18 years of that
time she had been confined to bed.
Although, Mrs. Ellsworths conditi on
had not been as good as usual for
the past four days, it was not thoug ht
to be serious and her passing cam e as
a shock to her relatives and friends
She was the widow of J. H. Ellsworth
and daughter of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Jonas Artley of this city.
She was born in Lock Haven, Pa., 5S
years ago. In her early girlhood she
moved with her parents to Bradford
and here she spent the greater part
of her life. Mrs. Ellsworth was the
possessor of many splendid traits of
character which endeared her to a
wide circle of friends. During the
many years of her illness, she took a
deep interest in all civic movements.
She is survived by one daughter,
Mrs. Pauline Williams, and one
brother, John H. Artley, both of this
city. The body was removed to the
Artley hom e. No. 60 Oakwood avenue,
yesterday afternoon and there
funeral services will be held this afternoon
at 3 o'clock. The Rev. George
Storner of Buffalo, a former pastor of
the East End Presbyterian church
here, will officiate. The interment will
be made in the family plot in Oak Hill.
THA BRADFORD ERA, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1923
Jonas Artley (1830 - 1907)
Sarah E Sheffer Artley (1837 - 1921)
Joseph H Ellworth (1868 - 1911)*
Oak Hill Cemetery
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