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From: "Shear Madness" <>
Subject: Eva Osborne
Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 12:12:48 -0500
>From the Bluefield Daily Telegraph Saturday April 8, 1944
MRS. EVA OSBORNE DIES IN HOSPITAL
Mrs. Eva Victoria Osborne, 43, died at Memorial hospital, Princeton, Friday
morning following an illness of four weeks due to complications. Mrs.
Osborne resided on the Green Valley Road.
Born at Hatcher, April 29, 1901, Mrs. Osborne was the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. L. M. Quesenberry. She married Mack Osborne on July 26, 1919. Besides
her parents who reside at 410 Wickham avenue, and her husband, Mrs. Osborne
leaves the following sons and daughters: Junior and David in U.S. Navy;
Ruth, Joyce, Buddy, Faye, Elmer, Margaret, Maxine, Tommy and Frank; two
brothers, Paul in the U.S. Army; Arnold, Princeton; and five sisters: Mrs.
J.D. Carper, Prosperity; Mrs. Faye Warden, Montcalm; Mrs. Una Simpson,
Princeton; Mrs. Ina Eggieston, Princeton; Mrs. Dean Pendleton, Hatcher.
The body will remain at the Fredeking-Seaver funeral Service chapel until
funeral plans are made.
>From the Bluefield Daily Telegraph Sunday April 9, 1944
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MRS. OSBORNE
Funeral services for Mrs. Eva Victoria Osborne, wife of Mack Osborne, Green
Valley road, who died Friday, will be conducted this afternoon at 2 o'clock
in the Kee Street Methodist church by the Rev. Owen Mercer and the Rev. Mr.
Hicks followed by burial in the Bailey cemetery on the Ingleside road.
Pallbearers will include W.C. Gilpin, James H. Baily, L.C. Weikle, Herman
Belcher, Herman Crotty and Harlen Harvey. Flower bearers will be Mrs. Betty
Pruett, Mrs. May Meadows, Mrs. Lillian Belcher and Mrs. Edna Gilpin.
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