Mrs. Nannie A. Carver
                                         Mrs. Nannie A. Carver, 71.
                                      wife of John W. Carver, 5923
                                      Glenn avenue, Sciotoville, died at
                                      11:45 p. m. Sunday of influenza
                                      and pneumonia after a two weeks
                                      Mrs. Carver was born Aug. 13,
                                      1865, in Sciotoville, a daughter
                                      of Andrew H. and Huldah Rowley
                                      Barnett. She was a member of
                                      the Church of Christ and Rebekah
                                      lodge and Daughters of America
                                      in Sciotoville. She had lived
                                      there all her life. Mrs. Carver
                                      was married on July 21, 1892.
                                        She is survived by her husband
                                      and these children: Roy L.
                                      Flatt of Mayo street, Sciotoville,
                                      son by a former marriage, Walter
                                      Carver of Wheelersburg, Homer
                                      H. Carver of Wood's Ridge road,
                                      Edna A. Carver at home and
                                      Frank T. Carver of Sciotoville.
                                      She also leaves these brothers
                                      and sisters; William H. and James
                                      M. Barnett, Mrs. Sara J. Stiles
                                      and Mrs. Kate Bender of Sciotoville,
                                      and Mrs. Flossie B. Anderson
                                      of Kelso, Calif., and 11 grandchildren.
                                        Funeral services will be held at
                                      2 p, m. Tuesday at the Sciotoville
                                      Christian church with Rev.
                                      George M. Anderson, pastor of
                                      Central Christian church, in
                                      charge, assisted by Rev, John
                                      Mullins, pastor of the Sciotoville
                                      Christian church. Burial will be
                                      in Memorial park cemetery under
                                      the direction of Windel-Howland.
                                      The body will be at the residence.

                                                “Portsmouth Times”
                                                    Aug. 31, 1936




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