|Birth: ||Mar. 3, 1859|
|Death: ||Jan. 29, 1933|
Denton Journal, Denton, Maryland, February 4, 1933
Mrs. Julia Ann Spicher, who was injured in an automobile collision while returning from service in the Church of the Brethren in Denton on Sunday night of last week, died Sunday at the home of Miss Nettie Arnold, with whom she was spending the winter. The body was carried Sunday evening to the home of her sister, Mrs. Jane Kitchen, in West Denton. The funeral was held at the Denton Church of the Brethren on Wednesday.
Indiana Evening Gazette, Indiana, PA, Tuesday, February 14, 1933
Mrs. Julia Ann Spicher
Denton, Md., Feb. 14 - Funeral services for Mrs. Julia Ann Spicher, 73, widow of the Rev. Milan H. Spicher, of Denton, were held here at the Church of the Brethren at 2 p.m. Wednesday. The Rev. Oliver Austin, of McPherson, Kan., conducted the services. Burial was in Denton cemetery. Serious injuries received last Sunday evening a week ago in an automobile accident resulted in paralysis on Monday, followed by her death last Sunday at the home of friends in Ridgely, where she had been staying recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cherry, with their five children and Mrs. Spicher, were returning to Ridgely after attending the evening service at the Church of the Brethren in Denton, when their automobile was overturned in a collision. Mrs. Spicher and the youngest child, who is about 2 years old, were severely injured. The child is thought to be improving, although it is still in a hospital being given transfusions.
Mrs. Spicher was the daughter of the late Joseph and Christiana Russell, of Indiana county, Pennsylvania. She is survived by two step-children, Murray H. Spicher, of Chester, Pa., and Mrs. Mabel Smith of Denton.
The oldest of a family of ten children, she is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Quinter Russell, of Cookport, Pa., Harvey Russell of Millersburg, Va.; Andrew Russell, of Cherry Tree, Pa.; John Russell, of Indiana, Pa.; George Russell, of Harrisburg, Pa.; Bert Russell, of Bellwood, Pa.; Emanuel Russell, of Scenery Hill, Pa.; Mrs. Kate Rainey, of Westover, Pa.; and Mrs. Kate Kitchen, of Denton.
Courtesy of Argeni
Milan H Spicher (1864 - 1911)*
Note: Wife of Milan H
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