|Ananias Horner & Sarah (nee Eash) Horner|
October 27, 1937
Ananias Horner, 78, died at his home in Kelso yesterday after a long illness. He was a retired employee of the Bird Coal Company, having worked at the Kelso mines for many years until six years ago. Born in Cambria County, he was a son of Archie and Polly (Helsel) Horner. Surviving are his widow, the former Sarah Eash, with whom he was united in marriage November 16, 1884, and these children, Irvin, Charles, and Harry, all of Kelso; Clarence Horner of Windber; William Horner of Benscreek; Harvey Horner of Blough; Katie, wife of Harvey Gindlesperger of Johnstown R.D. 4; Minnie, wife of Clayton Mose of Dale Borough, and Ida, wife of Jesse Speicher of Kelso. Mr. Horner also is survived by 38 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren and the following brothers and sisters: William Horner of Bedford; Edward Horner of Bolivar; Elizabeth Horner of Sherman Street; Mrs. Kathryn Tesh and Mrs. Lena Spankenberger, both of Franklin Street, and Mrs. Elmer Knipple of Dale Borough. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Tire Hill Church of Brethren, by Rev. H. C. Hess, pastor. Internment will be in Maple Spring Cemetery, near Holsopple.
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Wednesday Evening, April 19, 1944
Sarah E. Horner Dies at age 77; Funeral Friday