|Birth: ||Jan. 26, 1851|
|Death: ||Aug. 22, 1921|
Mrs. Carrie A. Batchelor, widow of Captain William Batchelor, died at the family residence in Monaca Monday evening at 11 o'clock from an attack of pneumonia which followed a severe attack of bronchitis. Mrs. Batchelor came from a pioneer Beaver county family, being the great granddaughter of the Rev. Francis Reno, Episcopal minister and aid de camp to General Washington in the war for independence. He located in Rochester in 1799 where he built and preached in a log cabin church near the spring on the Passavant Memorial grounds, and Cynthia Irvin Reno.
Mrs. Batchelor was a woman of pleasing personality and gentle manners, with a devotion to her home, family and friends that especially endeared her to all who knew her. Early in life she acknowledged Christ as her Savior and was for many years a member of the First Baptist church.
She is survived by two sons and one daughter, Alonzo S., Frank M. Batchelor and Mrs. Clinton C. (Nellie) Aughenbaugh, all of Monaca. One brother, Joseph I. Reno and one sister, Mrs. Annie O. (S. J. )Leroy of Rochester also survive.
Socrates A. Reno (1819 - 1890)
Cynthia Reno (1825 - 1911)
William S. Batchelor (1849 - 1908)
Caroline Adell Reno Batchelor (1851 - 1921)
May Reno (1855 - 1891)*
Nellie Irvin Reno Cunningham (1855 - 1914)*
Joseph I. Reno (1860 - 1945)*
Beaver Cemetery and Mausoleum
Plot: Sec. L, Crypt 27
Created by: Gerald "Jerry" Hobson
Record added: Sep 18, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 58873621