A female, wife wife of Richard Wills Norman, also known as R. W. or Wills.
Pat died, childless, during the Spanish Flu pandemic after heading up the Red Cross volunteers who, on Christmas Day, 1918, nursed the WW I soldiers coming through the railroad depot in Salisbury, NC. She was 34 years old. Her family brought her back to Shawboro for burial. Her husband, Wills, of the prominent Washington County Norman family, was a prominent businessman in Salisbury and never remarried, dying in 1955. He was part-owner of the famed Tennessee Walking horse, Merry-Go-Boy.
Richard Wills Norman
1883–1955 (m. 1910)
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