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Jacksonville Daily Journal, Sunday Morning, March, 1917


Mrs. Newton Servance of Pisgah, died at Passavant hospital Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. She was taken ill some time ago with bronchitis which later developed into pneumonia which was the cause of death.

Carrie Mae Roach was the daughter of John and Evelyn Roach and was born at Morristown, Tenn., May 8, 1893. She came to Illinois 12 years ago and this has since been her home, except two and one half years spent in Iowa immediately after her marriage.

She was united in marriage to Newton Servance August 31, 1913 in this city. Besides her husband she is survived by three brothers and three sisters as follows: Mrs. Mary Parks of Springfield, William Roach of Naples, Mrs. Fred Gotschall of Franklin, Mrs. Allen Spaenhower of Pisgah, Clyde Roach of Alton, Clay S. Roach, residing near Franklin.

Funeral services will be held from Union Baptist Church at Pisgah on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in charge of the Rev. F. M. Crabtree. Interment will be in Union Cemetery.

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