Sunday, March 6, 2011

Pearl Chilcutt Willis Henry - Sunday's Obituary

From the Chester (PA.) Times, Wednesday, Feb 24, 1954

Mrs. Pearl Henry
Ogden Resident 20 Years
  Services for Mrs. Pearl L. Henry, 68, of 2620 Clayton st., Ogden, will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Ward Funeral Home, 1459 Market st., Linwood, with burial in Hiram Memorial Park, Concordville. Friends may call tomorrow from 7 to 9 p.m.
  Mrs. Henry, wife of Raymond Henry, an employee of the Sinclair Refining Co. for 25 years, died Monday in Crozer Hospital after a short illness. Her health had been poor for several years, however.
   A resident of Ogden for 20 years, Mrs. Henry was born in Talbot County, Md. She was a member of the Ogden Presbyterian Church.
   Surviving besides her husband are four daughters; Mrs. Royce Councill, Ogden; Mrs. Frank Bass, Dover, Del.; Mrs. Jacob Rosenberger, Souderten, Pa. and Mrs. Paul Dutt, West Chester; three sons, Edward Willis, Chester; William Willis, Ogden, and James Willis at home; a brother, Covey R. Chilcutt, Easton, Md; two sisters, Mrs. Ola Thompson and Mrs. William Dukes, Church Hill, Md; 11 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Pearl was my great-grandmother and was married to Eugene Willis before Raymond Henry.

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