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From: "Victoria Hospodar Valentine" <>
Subject: [ALL] Sept. 2, 1938 Obits McDonald Record-Outlook
Date: Sat, 14 Dec 2002 05:56:03 -0500
EWING, CARLISLE, SAUERS, DELANEY
Mrs. Margaret CRAWFORD EWING, 78, died at 8:30 a.m. EST Saturday, August
27, 1938 in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Grover C. FULTON in Hanlin
Station after a lingering illness. She was the last of the children of
Matthew and Ursula CRAWFORD.
She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Grover C. FULTON of Hanlin Station,
in whose home she died, and Mrs. E. V. MCBRIDE of Burgettstown, and one son,
Donald EWING of Southview. A brother, George CRAWFORD, died July 28, 1938.
Funeral services were held Monday afternoon in the home of her daughter,
Mrs. FULTON, conducted by the Rev. Charles BECK, pastor of the Eldersville
M. P. church. Burial was in the Mt. Prospect cemetery, Hickory.
A. M. CARLISLE, 76, health officer at Burgettstown for the last 12 years,
died at 2:30 a.m. Tuesday, August 30, 1938 in his home in Linden avenue,
Burgettstown, after a lingering illness.
Mr. CARLISLE was born February 5, 1862 on a farm near Hickory, a son of the
late Joseph and Eliza WHITE CARLISLE. He engaged in farming in Mt. Pleasant
and Smith townships until 24 years ago when he moved to Burgettstown. He
was an active member f the Westminster Presbyterian church, Burgettstown.
Surviving are his wife, Mary RANKIN CARLISLE; two sons, J. CARLISLE of
Steubenville, Ohio, and J. C. CARLISLE of Warwood, W. Va.; one daughter,
Mrs. E. J. ALBERT of Burgettstown, and four grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon in the home with the Rev. H.
C. RANK of Follansbee, W. Va. in charge. Burial was in the Chestnut Ridge
Michael W. SAUERS, 54, died at 11:05 a.m. Wednesday, August 31, 1938 in his
home in Imperial after an illness of three years. A son of the late George
and Margaret MATTES SAUERS, he was born February 19, 1884 in Imperial where
he spent his entire life. He and Sophia A. EHLE of Imperial were united in
marriage December 12, 1906 in Imperial. Mr. SAUERS was a member of the
Valley Presbyterian church, Imperial, and of the IOOF of Coraopolis.
Besides his wife, he is survived by one son, Raymond L. SAUERS and one
daughter Ethel L. SAUERS, both at home; three brothers and one sister:
George, John, Andrew SAUERS and Mrs. Lenora SMITH all of Imperial. A
brother, William SAUERS, died in January 1930.
Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. this Saturday in the SAUERS home,
conducted by the Rev. Clarence F. DAVISON, pastor of the Valley Presbyterian
church, assisted by the Rev. S. G. NEAL of Clinton. Burial will be in the
Valley cemetery, Imperial.
Mrs. Ida ROMAIN DELANEY, 56, wife of Jules DELANEY of Champion hill,
Sturgeon, died at 2:45 a.m. Tuesday, August 23, 1938, in the Mercy hospital
after an illness of three years. A daughter of the late Anthony and
Philomene FREMAL ROMAINE, she was born November 4, 1882, in Belgium and came
to the United States with her parents at the age of five. She spent her
entire life in Noblestown and Sturgeon. She and Jules DELANEY were united
in marriage November 22, 1902, in McDonald.
Besides her husband she is survived by four daughters: Juliette, the wife
of Samuel WATTERS of Oakdale, Norma, the wife of Robert GAITENS, Jr., of
Sturgeon, and Rose Marie and Florence at home; seven sons: Raymond of
Noblestown, and George, Jules, Arthur, Hector, Bobby, and James, all at
home; one sister, Mrs. Emile RANK, Sr., of Sturgeon; two brothers: Desire
ROMAIN of Sturgeon, and Joseph ROMAIN of Barberton, Ohio, and four
grandchildren. One daughter died in infancy.
Funeral services were held August 25 in the DELANEY home, conducted by the
Rev. James G. BARRONS, pastor of the Noblestown U. P. church, and the Rev.
W. V. RITCHIE, pastor of the Oakdale U. P. church. Burial was in the
Robinson's Run cemetery.
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