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WHEELER, Elizabeth Jane Funeral service will be held at 2:30 this afternoon for Mrs. Elizabeth Jane Wheeler at the late residence in Culloden. Mrs. Wheeler, who was in her 59th year died Tuesday night at the Guthrie hospital in this city, following a serious operation which so weakened her that recovery was impossible. Burial will be made in the Garrett family cemetery near Culloden. Mrs. Wheeler, who was the daughter of Stephen Garrett, and who had been a lifelong resident of Cabell county, is survived by her husband, J. S. Wheeler of Culloden and eight children, who are as follows: William, Hezekiah E., Nye and Mrs. Myrtle Miller, all of Huntington; Mrs. Olie Mansfield of Clarksburg; George of Hungry Creek; Jeffry of Griffithsville, and Owen of Kenova. -The Herald-Dispatch, Thursday Morning, November 26, 1921

WHITLOCK, Mrs. Mary Raines Eighty-years-old of 2105 Seventh Avenue, died Saturday night following a six months illness. She was born in Lawrence County, Ohio on September 16, 1870, a daughter of the late William and Cynthia McComas Raines. She was a member of the Baptist Temple and a widow of J. T. Whitlock, who died in 1912. Survivors include a son Forrest Whitlock of Huntington; two sisters, Miss Emma Raines and Miss Fannie Raines of Huntington, and a niece, Mrs. Erma McGue of Huntington. Funeral services will be conducted at 2:30 P. M. tomorrow at the Baptist Temple by the Rev. J. Cecel Jones. Burial will follow in Spring Hill Cemetery. The body will be taken to the residence at 10 A. M. today from the Cavendish Johnson Funeral Home. -The Huntington Herald Dispatch, Monday, September 4, 1950


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