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Subject: [WASH] Cumberledge D-F
Date: Tue, 21 Jan 2003 11:02:59 EST

Dan Cumberledge, aged 66 years, a lifelong resident of Greene County, died
after a brief illness, at his home near Brave, Sunday evening, July 23, 1944.
The son of the late William and Eunice Stiles Cumberledge, he was born in
Wayne Township, on July 26, 1877, living in that section until the time of
his death where he followed farming and stock raising.
He was the husband of Nora Stiles Cumberledge., who survives along with the
following children; Dewey, of Clarksville; Joel, of Sabinsville, Pa.; Claude,
of Tioga, Pa.; Eliott, at home; Mrs. W. O. Cole, Mrs. Robert Hixenbaugh, both
of Brave; Mrs. F. R. Conway, of Lawrencevill; Mrs. Albert Weaver, Aliquippa,
RD, Mrs. John Rose, of Hibbs, Pa.
He also leaves eighteen grandchildren and four brothers; Simon and Norval
Cumberledge, of Brave, and Frank and H. J. Cumberledge, of Waynesburg.

David T. Cumberledge. Word was received at Pine Bank of the death of David
Thompson Cumberledge, former Greene County resident, who died Wednesday,
October 8, 1930, at his home in Fairmont, W. Va., of cancer, aged 51 years.
He was a son of the late Amon and Alvina Watters Cumberledge. He leaves his
wife, Eva Barr Cumberledge, and two daughters, Mrs. Rena Harbart, and Ruth,
at home; one grandson, and the following brothers and sisters; Samuel,
Charles and John Cumberledge, and Mrs. Minor Stiles, all of Brave. Funeral
services were held at the home Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The services
were in charge of Rev. W. S. Gump, of Brave, assisted by the Moose Lodge No.
9. Interment was in the Fairmont cemetery.

Denny T. Cumberledge, 80, of Brave RD 2, died Thursday, Sept. 29, 1988, in
the Greene County Memorial Hospital.Born June 13, 1908, in Brave, he was a
son of Simon and Goldie Thrall Cumberledge.
His wife, Bertha Cumberledge died Dec.3, 1976.
Mr. Cumberledge was a retired laborer and veteran of World War ll.
Surviving are two sons, Michael P. Cumberledge of Lorain, Ohio, and Patrick
C. Cumberledge of Vermillion, Ohio; two daughters, Mrs. Sue Shriver of
Wadestown, W. Va., and Mrs. Ann Cook of Fairview, W. Va.;12 grandchildren and
10 great-grandchildren.
Deceased is a sister.

Dewey Cumberledge, 71, of 45 Terrace Drive, Delmont, formerly of
Fredericktown, died early Tuesday morning January 6, 1970, in Westmoreland
Hospital, Greensburg, where he had been a patient for 10 days.
He was born Sept. 15, 1898, at Brave, son of the late Daniel and Nora L.
Stiles Cumberledge.
He spent most of his life in the Delmont area and was a member of the Kent's
Chapel Methodist, Brave.
Surviving are four daughters, Josephine, Regina, Sandra and Penny; three
brothers, Joel of Westfield, Elliot, of Brave and Claude of Tioga; five
sisters, Mrs. Artie Rose of Hibbs; Mrs. Ruth Hixenbaugh, of Delmont; Mrs.
Winnie Conaway of Lawrenceville; Mrs. Pansy Weaver also of Lawrenceville and
Mrs. Harriet Cole of Brave.
Dewey Cumberledge
45 Terrace Drive
Delmont, Pa.
Sept. 15, 1898
Jan. 6, 1970
Lysle P. Bash Funeral Home
Delmont, Pa.
Friday, Jan., 9m 1970
11:00 AM
Rev. William O. Anderson
Pine Bank Cemetery
Pine Bank, Pa

Brave- Dolley Cumberledge, 29, of Brave, was pronounced dead on arrival at
the West Virginia Medical Center on Wednesday, March 7.
She was born on Oct. 17, 1949 in Kentucky, the daughter of Clint and Dora
Crum Workman of Huntington, W. Va.
Her husband, William Cumberledge, survives.
Also surviving are one son, Bernard, at home, and two daughters, Georgia and
Sherry, also at home.
She is survived by five brothers, Bill Workman of Rt. 1, Spraggs, Ray Workman
of Huntington, W. Va., Shelvia Workman, Leonard Workman and Allen Workman,
all of Cleveland, Ohio, and one sister, Janet Workman of Lavalette, W. Va.
Mrs. Cumberledge was a member of the Brave Assembly of God Church.

Edward Glenn Cumberledge, 58, of Carmichaels, RD1, died suddenly in his home
at 9:45 PM Friday, December 22, 1961. His death was caused by a heart attack.
Mr. Cumberledge, a son of the late David Franklin Cumberledge and Levina
Cumberledge, was born July 24, 1903. He was a well known farmer and stock
raiser and resided most of his life in the Carmichaels and Waynesburg areas.
Surviving are his wife, Alice Hoge Cumberledge; one sister, Ada, wife of
Ernest Wade, of Waynesburg; one brother, Ghomer Cumberledge, of Hundred, W.
Va.; three half-sisters, Maud, wife of Earl Hennen, of Fairmont, W. Va.; Eva,
wife of Rev. Burdette Mason, of Waverly, N. Y., and Mary, wife of Burnart
Hall, of Roanoke, Va.; two half-brothers, Raymond Cumberledge and Fern C.
Cumberledge, Jr., both of Waynesburg, and several nieces and nephews.
Cumberledge- Friends of Edward Glenn Cumberledge of Carmichaels, RD 1, who
died Friday, Dec. 22, 1961, are being received in the Mariner and Milliken
Funeral Home, Waynesburg, where services will be conducted at 1:30 Tuesday,
December 26, by Rev. Russell Owens. Interment in Greene County Memorial Park.

Edward L. Cumberledge, 78, of Hundred, W. Va. died at 8 PM Tuesday, April 12,
1966, at his home.
He was born Aug. 9, 1887, in Monongalia County, W. Va., the son of the late
Jacob and Elizabeth Headley Cumberledge. He was married to the former Essie
Butcher, who survives.
He was a member of the Hundred Church of Christ and a retired merchant and
farmer of the Hundred area. Surviving in addition to his wife are three sons,
Carol of Hundred, W. Va.; Dale of Ravenswood, W. Va., and Clyde of Amherst,
Ohio; one daughter, Mrs. Hazel Aberregg of Earnshaw, W. Va.; 13
grandchildren; one great grandchild; one brother, Bradford of Wadestown, W.
Va. and two sisters, Mrs. Georgia Hennen and Mrs. Louise Durbin both of
Fairmont, W. Va.

Elaine Cumberledge, mentioned in grandmother Frances Gump Wood obit. that I

Eliza Jane Cumberledge, 75, of 82 Maple Hill Drive, Waynesburg, died Monday,
Oct. 1, 1984, at 9:30 AM in her home. Although not in the best of health, her
death was unexpected.
She was born April 2, 1909 near Mapletown, a daughter of Joseph and Sara
Her husband, Larney Floyd Cumberledge, died May 14, 1947.
Mrs. Cumberledge had resided most of her life in the Waynesburg area. She was
a member of the Rolling Meadows Church of God and had been active in church
activities while her health permitted.
Surviving are three daughters, Sara Taylor of Rockville, Md., Helen Jane
Fiebing of Colorado Springs Colo., Mary Lunsford of Fairview, W. Va.; two
sons, David J. Cumberledge and Simon M. Cumberledge, both of Waynesburg; and
nine grandchildren.
Mrs. Cumberledge was the last of her immediate family.
Cumberledge- Friends of Eliza Jane Cumberledge, of 82 Maple Hill Drive,
Waynesburg, who died Monday, Oct. 1, 1984, will be received in the Behm
Funeral Home Inc. 182 West High Street, Waynesburg, from 2 to 9 PM.
Wednesday, where services will be conducted at 1:30 PM., Thursday, Oct. 4.
The Rev. Phillip Cook will officiate with burial in Oakmont Cemetery.

Miss Ellen Cumberledge, 81, of Waynesburg, RD 2, formerly of Holbrook Star
Route, died at 12:15 A.M. Wednesday, February 27, 1952, in the Curry Memorial
Miss Cumberledge was born October 29, 1870, at Brave. She was a daughter of
A. J. and Martha Jane Grim Cumberledge. She was the last of a family of six.
She spent most of her life in Wayne and Jackson township, and was a member of
Kent's Chapel Methodist Church, at Brave.
Surviving are several nieces and nephews, also Mrs. Nancy Cumberledge, the
last surviving sister-in-law.
Friends of Miss Ellen Cumberledge, of Waynesburg, RD 2, who died Wednesday,
Feb. 27, 1952, will be received in the Scott Funeral Home, at Rogersville.
Funeral services will be held at 2 PM Saturday, March 1, 1952, in the Pine
Bank Methodist Church, in charge of Rev. Ellsworth D. Crispens. Burial in
Pine Bank Cemetery.

Ellen Jean Cumberledge, 50, of 274 East Greene St., Waynesburg, died at 1
AM Sunday, November 13, 1977, at the Morgan Manor Convalescent Center,
Morgantown, W. V. She had been ill for the past six months. She was born Oct.

1, 1927, at Jefferson, a daughter of George M. and Nellie Garber Dunn. Her
husband, Frank Cumberledge whom she married Aug. 28, 1947, survives.
Mrs. Cumberledge had spent her early life at Jefferson and had resided at
Waynesburg since 1940.
She was a member of the First Baptist Church, Waynesburg and the Tracy Sunday

School Class of the church. She was a 1945 graduate of Waynesburg High School

and also a graduate of the James Cravotti School of Cosmetology at
Surviving in addition to her husband, Frank Cumberledge, are two daughters:
Mrs. Lynn "Vickie" Brewer, Waynesburg; and Mrs. James H. "Barbara" Shultz,
Waynesburg; three grandsons; Shawn Shultz and Craig and Jamey Brewer; and one
Mrs. Ralph Crouser, Jr., Painsville, Ohio.

In loving memory of Elliott Cumberledge, who passed away 2 years ago, March
18, 1969.
God watched you as you suffered
He knew you had your share,
He tenderly closed your weary eyes
And took you in His care.In tears I saw you sinking
And watched you fade away,
It crushed my heart to know
God had taken you away.
But when I saw you sleeping
Peacefully free from pain
I could not wish you back
To suffer that again.
I often think of you
And speak of how you died,
To think you could not say goodbye
Before you closed your eyes.
Sadly missed by Wife Freda.
Children & Grandchildren

Mrs. Essie J. Cumberledge, 76, of Hundred, W. Va. died at 3:30 AM Wednesday,
June 15, 1977 in the Wishing Well Health Center at Fairmont, W. Va.
She was born at Hundred July 5, 1900 the daughter of the late Amos J. and
Mary D. Talkington Butcher. She was a member of the Hundred Church of Christ.
Her husband, Edward L. Cumberledge died in 1966.
She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Neil "Hazel" Aberegg of Hundred, three
sons, Clyde R. Cumberledge of Amherst, Ohio, Dale L. Cumberledge of
Ravenwood, W. Va. and Carroll L. Cumberledge of Hundred; one brother, Charles
E. Butcher of Hundred; 18 grandchildren and 12 great grand children.
Friends of Mrs. Essie J. Cumberledge of Hundred, W. Va., who died Wed. , June
15, 1977 will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM Thursday in the Hunt
Funeral Home at Hundred, W. Va., where services will be held at 2 PM Friday
in charge of Evangelist Roger A. Rush. Burial will be in Sancho Cemetery near

Home bakery operator formerly of Waynesburg
Etha Alice Cumberledge Lee, 95, of Corak Towers, Midland, formerly of
Waynesburg, died Wednesday, October 31, 2001, in the home of her son in
She was born September 29, 1906, in Greene County near Brave, a daughter of
Willie Martin and Sophia "Suffa" Gump Cumberledge.
Mrs. Lee was married three times.
She operated a home bakery and restaurant with her third husband, Harry F.
Lee, who died June 13, 1970.
Surviving are a son, Robert Knisley of Shippingport; a stepdaughter, Jean Lee
of Baltimore, Md.; five grandchildren, Susan Brashears, Kathie Opfer, Cindy
Adams, Linda Abens and Michael Knisley; a step-grandson, Richard Luchs; 11
great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren; two foster children,
Kenneth Butler of Columbia, S.C.., and Loretta Butler Bosworth of Waynesburg;
and several nieces and nephews.
Deceased are three sisters, Emma Wise, Belle Conaway and Anna Rose; and three
brothers, Fred, Ivan and Thompson "Tompy" Cumberledge.

Morgantown, WV- Fern H. Cumberledge, 84, of Brave, died Monday morning at
Monongalia General Hospital, Morgantown, WV.
Born Jan. 30, 1900 in Crossroads, WV, she was the daughter of the late Colin
and Mary Jane Barr Haught. She was married to Leroy Cumberledge, who died
Nov.18, 1970.
She was a member of the Crossroads Baptist.
Surviving are one son, Howard Cumberledge of Pittsburgh; seven daughters,
Margaret Haught and June Evans, both of Brave, Dorothy Tennant of Crossroads,
WV. Glenda Wood of Pittsburgh, Katherine Tennant of Cleveland, Ohio, Lola
Smith of Landis, N.C., and Susan Parsons of Pine Bank; 19 grandchildren and
11 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by two sons, Jack and Gary; three grand children,
three brothers and three sisters.
Friends of Fern H. Cumberledge, 84, of Brave, who died Monday, Oct. 22, 1984
will be received from 7 to 9 PM Tuesday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM Wed. at the
Owen Funeral Home of Blacksville, WV where services will be held at 11:00 AM
Thursday, Oct. 25, with Rev. Andrew Hobbs officiating. Burial will follow in
Pine Bank Cemetery.

Mrs. Fannie Cumberledge. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon in
the Methodist Episcopal church at Wana, W. Va., for Mrs. Fannie Cumberledge,
aged 53, wife of Samuel Cumberledge, of Brave, who died Tuesday, Oct. 18, in
the Greene County Memorial hospital from complications which developed
following an operation. The services were in charge of Rev. John Horne, and
the interment was in the Wana cemetery. She was a daughter of Eugene and
Margaret Stiles Harker. Surviving are her husband, one son, Robert, at home;
a daughter, Bess Cumberledge, of Wana, W. Va.; one brother, George Harker, of
Wana, W. Va., and five sisters, Mrs. Claude Brawer and Mrs. Bertha Harker, of
Mannington, W. Va.; Mrs. Minnie Starrett, od Dawes, W. Va.; Mrs. John
Cumberledge, of Brave, and Miss Isa Harker, of Brave.

Weston, West Virginia- Fanny Cumberledge, 78, of Weston, W. Va.,formerly of
Brave. died Tuesday, Jan. 6, 1981 at Stonewall Jackson Hospital in Weston.
She was born June 8, 1902 at Brave, the daughter of the late David and Susan
She is survived by several nieces and nephews.
Four brothers and four sisters, preceded her in death.
Cumberledge- Friends of Fanny Cumberledge, 78, of Weston, W. Va.,formerly of
Brave, who died Tuesday, Jan. 6, 1981, will be received at the Owen Funeral
Home in Blacksville, W. Va., from 7 to 9 PM Wednesday and 10 AM to 1 PM
Thursday, the hour of services at the funeral home. The Rev. Bob Wilson will
officiate and burial will be in Greene County Memorial Park.

Francis M. "Frank" Cumberledge, 50, of Lincoln Heights, Washington, RD 6 died
in his home at ---???-----Friday Feb. 29, 1952, following an illness of three
A son of Mrs. Rosetta Tedrow Cumberledge and the late George F. Cumberledge,
the deceased was born April 7, 1901 in Wana, W.Va. He spent most of his life
in Greene County and was a member of the Willow Grove Methodist Church,
Center Twp. Before his illness, Mr, Cumberledge was employed by the Jessop
Steel Company in Washington.
Surviving in addition to his mother are his wife, Ellen Glover Cumberledge,
whom he married July 5, 1924; five daughters, Betty, wife of James Iams of
Lincoln Heights, and Margaret, Mary Elizabeth, Velma Irene, and Nellie May,
all at home; two sons, John William and Francis, Jr., both at home; five
brothers, Bart, of Brave, Joe, of Holbrook, RD 1, and Isaac, Russell and John
Cumberledge, all of Waynesburg, RD 5, and two sisters, Mrs. Artie Dunn of
Waynesburg, RD 5 and Mrs, Leo Berdine, residing in Ohio.
Cumberledge - Funeral services for Francis M. "Frank" Cumberledge of Lincoln
Heights, Washington, RD 6, who died Friday, Feb. 29, 1952, will be held at 2
PM Monday, March 3, from the Scott Funeral Home in Rogersville, with the Rev.
John Thompson officiating. Burial will be in Rosemont Cemetery, Friends will
be received at the funeral home after 7 PM today "Saturday"

Fred R. Cumberledge, 89, of Brave, died Thursday evening, Dec. 27, 1984, in
Greene County Memorial Hospital.
He was born in Pa., a son of Martin W. and Suffa Gump Cumberledge.
He was a veteran of World War l and a member of the Assembly of God Church.
Surviving are a brother, Thompson Cumberledge, of Brave, and two sisters,
Mrs. Belle Conaway of Brave and Mrs. Alice Lee of Thompson Gardens,
A brother and two sisters are deceased

Laura Nelle Poland Mallett
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Nitro, W. Va. 25143
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