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Everything I have on her is in the memorial. I don't know if it is a custom of the Welsh, but marriage partners of children seem not to be mentioned in obituaries. I know Edna and Richard Daniel moved to Sarasota, Florida. I have a record of his death but nothing on her. He was 16 years older than she. I had a terrible time finding her maiden name and her family.
|Virginia Sobotkin||Edna J. Mankamier Powell|
Do you have any information on Edna Mankamier Powell, wife of Daniel Richard POwell. She was still alive in 1980 and living in Sarasota. Daniel Richard Was my first cousin.
Thanks for the extra information and corrections!
Added by Libby on Apr 30, 2013 4:28 PM
|Tom lawson||RE: 52450412|
A simple "was taken care of would be sufficient".
|Virginia Sobotkin||Worthington, Powell, Evans|
Jane Worthington-Powell and Ann Evans-Worthington were sisters from Llanidloes, Wales. Jane "Jennie" married Evan David Powell, who was born in Ebensburg, and they married December 12, 1889. Jane and Evan had eight children, but only two survived infancy. Surviving were Daniel Richard and Thomas Haydn. The two married, but never had children.
Ann Worthington, 22, and Thomas Edward Evans, Sr., 24, both of Llanidloes, Montgomeryshire, Wales, were married April 11, 1887, in Llanidloes.
I have a lot of history on both families, but to cut it short They lived side by side in separate houses on Clarion Street in Westmont. The Powell sons after retirement moved to Florida with their wives. I have obituaries on the families. The Powell's six children who died as infants are buried at Grandview. I believe their names are on the other side of the tombstone that commemorates Jane's Mother, Mary Morgan Worthington. The Evan's daughter, Mary Ann, married John Oliver Myers in 1949. She and her husband are buried near her parents as well as Thomas Edward Evans, Jr., who died in WWII.
Made a mistake. Ann Worthington Evans is the sister of Jane Evans-Powell. Disregard last message. I have the following information you can use for the Powell Family.
Evan David Powell of Westmont is suddenly called
Well-known Churchman became ill at Lorain Plant and died at hospital
APOPLEXY (STROKE) THE CAUSE
Evan David Powell, an inspector for the Lorain St Company, was taken suddenly ill at the plant in the Seventeenth ward about 7:30 o'clock this morning and died at 9:15 o'clock at the Memorial Hospital, when he was taken soon after he fell over in the order office. Mr. Powell made his home at 146 Clarion Street, Westmont, and left there shortly after 6 o'clock this morning for the Moxham plant. He had not been ill and did not complain of being sick this morning. His death was due to apoplexy. The body was turned over to Undertaker Pendry, who prepared it for burial and removed it to the Powell residence this afternoon.
Evan David Powell was born at Ebensburg in 1866 and was a son of David and Eleanor (Hughes) Powell. He was a brother of David Powell, Jr., of Ebensburg and Howard Powell of the Second Ward, this City. Evan D. Powell came to Johnstown in 1888 and started to work for the Johnson Company in Woodvale. He helped to transfer this plant to the Moxham district and has since been with the company there Mr. Powell was one of the oldest employees in the Moxham plant, where he was highly esteemed by his fellow workmen. He was identified with the Veterans' Association at the Lorain Plant.
In December 1889, Mr. Powell and Miss Jane Worthington of this city, were married here by the late Rev. Dr. David M. Miller of the Presbyterian denomination. Besides his widow and brothers, the deceased is survived by two sons, Dan Powell, late of Roswell, New Mexico, but now of Jeannette, and T. Haydn Powell, at home. Dan Powell arrived home from Jeannette at noon today.
The deceased was prominent in church and Sunday School work here for a long time. He united with the South Ebensburg C. M. (Calvinistic Methodist?) Church many years ago and transferred his membership to the Vine Street Congregation during the pastorate of the Rev. D. C. Phillips. Mr. Powell was a Trustee of the Vine Street Church for a long time, was a teacher of a class of boys in the Sunday School, and sang in the Friendly Male Chorus for some years. He was identified with the Salem Church Reunion Association and was one of the promoters of the Presbyterian Church now being erected on Westmont. Mr. Powell was a member of Agla Commandery Knights of Malta Mountain Castle, Knights of the Mystic Chain and was identified with the Philharmonic Society under the leadership of Thomas E. Morgan.
Funeral services will be held at the Powell residence at 2:30 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon by the Rev. John Rhys Roberts of the Vine Street Congregation with internment in Grandview Cemetery.
Johnstown Tribune, September 8, 1939
MRS. JANE POWELL OF WESTMONT DEAD (cerebral hemorrhage)
Mrs. Jane (Worthington) Powell, widow of Evan D. Powell, died suddenly at her home, 146 Clarion Street, Westmont, at 1:05 o'clock this afternoon. She was 72 years old on March 30 last and was born at Llanidloes, Wales.
Mrs. Powell had been in ill health, but was about as usual today and did not complain when she retired for a rest shortly after the noon meal. Mrs. Powell was the mother of Dan and Haydn Powell and was well-known in the city and vicinity. Her husband died 12 years ago.
Funeral arrangements are in charge of the Gocher Funeral Home, the time of services to be announced later.
September 9, 1939
Funeral for Mrs. Powell
Funeral services for Mrs. Jane (Worthington) Powell, 72, who died unexpectedly yesterday afternoon at her home, 146 Clarion Street, will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon, at the Powell home. Rev. John H. Stanton, Pastor of the Westmont Presbyterian Church, of which Mrs. Powell was a charter member, and active in congregational affairs, will be in charge. Interment will be in the family plot in Grandview Cemetery, directed by the Gocher Funeral Home.
Mrs. Powell was born in Llanidloes, Wales, on March 31, 1867, a daughter of Richard and Mary Morgan- Worthington. She was the last of the Worthington Family to pass away. Her husband, Evan David Powell, died 12 years ago. Surviving are two sons, Dan R. Powell, and T. Haydn Powell.
The Powell family located to Johnstown many years ago. For a period of 20 years they resided on Conemaugh Street before going to Westmont to live 22 years ago. Mrs. Powell was a charter member and past office of Hope Sisterhood, Dames of Malta.
The Dames of Malta will hold ritualistic services at the Powell home at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening. Mrs. Powell was a charter member of the Protectors Assembly, a newly organized branch of the order.
|Virginia Sobotkin||The Powell Family|
Is there any way we can combine these memorials.
I was going to add the daughter Mary Ann Evans-Meyers. The following are Thomas Edward, Ann Worthington-Evans and son Thomas Edward, Jr.