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Annie Hamilton Daugherty Boggs
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Birth: May 27, 1875
Upper Tract
Pendleton County
West Virginia, USA
Death: Nov. 15, 1939
Pendleton County
West Virginia, USA


Mrs. Annie Hamilton at the age of 64 was called to her eternal reward Wednesday afternoon, November 15, 1939. She had been in failing health for about a year and was confined to her bed since last June, but her condition was not considered critical until several weeks before when her suffering became acute.

Mrs. Boggs was born at Upper Tract May 27, 1875, a daughter of Capt. James H. Daugherty, whose memory is still cherished throughout the county and Mrs. Martha Hopkins Daugherty. All her life has been spent in the county, at or near Franklin. For some years she was associated with her father in the management of the Hotel Daugherty until shortly before the fire in April of 1924 when the hotel was destroyed.

She was received into membership of the Franklin Presbyterian Church after a very creditable examination of her faith before the session, when she was nearly 14 years of age on May 4, 1889. Her life ever since has been given to the service of the Lord. Capable, willing, faithful and dependable, she gave many years as a teacher in the Sunday School, Chairman of auxillary circles, and at any place of need one could expect to see Mrs. Annie present. No weather was too rough or other business to urgent to keep her away from a prayer meeting. Her even temperment, sympathetic nature and tact in social intercourse not only made friends of all who knew her, but enabled her to be of invaluable service to Christ and his church.

Let Faithful exalt her joyful voice and now in triump sing.
O Grave where is the victory and where O death thy sting?

She is survived by one daughterr, Mrs. J. McClure Anderson and one son, Dr. Richard H. Boggs; two grandsons, James McClure Anderson and Richard Trumbo Boggs: three sisters, Mrs. Sallie T. Yarger, of Washington, DC, Miss Susie H. Daugherty and Miss Mary R. Daugherty and one brother, M. B. Daugherty of Franklin.

Funeral services were conducted by her Pastor, D. L. Beard at the Presbyterian Church, November 17th at 10 a.m. and her body was laid to rest in Cedar Hill Cemetery.

Active pallbearers were Otis Shaw, Elber Lee, W. D. Anderson, L. D. Trumbo, Luther Eye and Erza Judy.

Active pallbearers were Bruce Dolly, Jake Sigler, Charles Boggs, Grover Evick, John Dice, Olin R. Hammer, T.J. Bowman, Ernest Bowman, Jack Wilkins, Judge H. M. Calhoun, Dr. Paul Thacker, Dr. O. F. Mitchell, J. A. Moyers, Dr. O. S. Reynolds, Leo Skidmore, M. S. Hodges, Harry Ruddle, Bernard Seay, and Brooke Boggs.

Pendleton Times - Franklin, Pendleton County, West Virginia - November 1939 - Thursday.

Obit provided by: Jennie Hott
Family links: 
  Hugh Carey Boggs (1877 - 1962)*
  Annie Marguerite Boggs Anderson (1900 - 1973)*
  Richard Hopkins Boggs (1903 - 1979)*
*Calculated relationship
Cedar Hill Cemetery
Pendleton County
West Virginia, USA
Maintained by: JB Moomau
Originally Created by: G VanB
Record added: Sep 18, 2011
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Annie Hamilton <i>Daugherty</i> Boggs
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