DEATH OF MRS. EGGERS.
Mrs. Belle Eggers, a young widow, died at the home of her parents in the
East End last Saturday night
after an illness of almost a year from consumption. She leaves three
children to mourn her loss.
She was a great sufferer but bore up like a good christian and was well
prepared for death. The deceased
was of a lovely disposition and was liked by all who knew her. Her husband,
William Eggers, died from the
same disease about one year ago.
The remains were taken to Barboursville for interment. -The Huntington
Advertiser, Monday Evening, June 7, 1897
CHAT ABOUT PERSONS.
The remains of Mrs. Belle Eggers were laid to rest at the Barboursville
cemetery yesterday. Many of the
friends of the deceased of this city attended the last sad rite.
-The Huntington Advertiser, Tuesday Evening, June 8, 1897
DEATH AT BARBOURSVILLE
Wilbert Eggers of Barboursville died last night shortly after 11 o'clock of
consumption. Mr. Eggers is
well known throughout the county and was a good citizen. He was about 35
years of age and leaves a wife
and three small children to mourn his demise. The hour for the funeral has
not yet been decided upon. The
remains will be interred at the Barboursville cemetery. -The Huntington
Advertiser, Tuesday Evening, April 21, 1896