|Susan Holdren (#47244987)|
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|Franny ||RE: Florence Darr|
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Morning Herald (Uniontown, Pa) Dec 18, 1941
Mrs. Florence Darr. 53 died at her home in Masontown, Wednesday morning, Dec 17, 1941 at 5:30 o'clock following a lingering illness of complications.
She was born in Moutn Pleasant October 5, 1888 the daughter of the late Harry and Ella Cook Holmes but had spent the past 35 years in Masontown.
Surviving are her husband, Samuel C. Darr and four children, Mrs Kenneth Haines of Masontown; Ralph Darr, stationed at Fort Benning Ga., and Donald and William Darr at home.
Friends will be received at the family home after noon today. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Masontown Presbyterian Church. Rev R. J. Shields will officatie. Burial Will follow in Church Hill Cemetery, McClellandtown, under the Direction of H. A. Johnston of Masontown.
Added by Franny on Jan 05, 2013 5:16 PM
|Ted Schmitz||RE: Narville Holdren|
I checked the cemetery transcriptions from which I created the memorials I added for Hines Chapel and see that there is indeed a Narville Holdren buried there (I went ahead and addded him). Born 1867, died 1905. Samuel Sealy was a brother to my gr-gr-gr-grandfather William H. Holdren, Jr. I have Samuel and wife Elizabeth along with a son C. A. aged 3 months living in Wea Township, Miami County, Kansas at the time of the 1865 Kansas state census. Did Samuel and his family later return to Ohio? I can share more if you want to e-mail me at email@example.com
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