Notes for Alice Luretta NEWTON

The Weekly Herald, McConnelsville, Ohio, Thursday, August 23, 1923:

Mrs. Fremont Brannon Dead

Mrs. Alice Luretta Brannon, widow of the late Fremont Brannon of Stockport,
died at the home of her son, Blaine, at Duncans Falls, on Monday at 12:45
o'clock, following an illness of five years duration from spinal and nerve
trouble. She was the daughter of Walter and Catherine Newton and was born on
October 28, 1858, being 64 years, 9 months and 22 days of age at the time of
her demise. She was united in marriage with Fremont Brannon on November 29,
1879 and they resided practically all of their marital life of 27 years in
Stockport, where the decedent was well known and highly respected. Mr. Brannon
died on December 6, 1906.

Surviving are the children: Mrs. L. R. Winner, Mrs. Albert Winchell of
Zanesville; Charles, of Alequippa, Pa.; Mrs. Grace Bishop of Kenosha, Wis.,
and Blaine and Link of Duncans Falls. Also surviving are the following
brothers and sisters: Barzilla Newton of Port Huron, Mich., and John Newton,
Jasper Newton, Walter B. Newton, Wesley Newton, Sheriff W. M. Newton, Mrs.
Lucinda Mosier and Mrs. Amanda White, all of this county.

Funeral services were conducted at the Stockport M. P. church by Rev. C. E.
Jeffers on Wednesday afternoon and the body was laid to rest by the side of
that of her late husband, in the Stockport cemetery.

The decedent was the third child born to Walter and Catherine Newton who has
passed away within the past two years.

Obituary found at:

Buried in the Stockport Cemetery
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