hoadley johnson tharp 2-16-1942 Newark ohio
Death Claims Mrs. Johnson Johnstown Resident Dies Following ' Long Illness. Johnstown, Feb. 16. M r s. Sarah Caroline Johnson, 89, died at her home here Saturday at 3:40 p. m. She had been ill at her home since Thanksgiving. She had lived in Johnstown and vicin ity all her life. She was born in St. Albans township Nov. 20, 1852, the daughter of Gilbert and Anice Smith Tharp. She was the wife of Murry B. Johnson of Johnstown. She was a charter member of the Eastern Star, Pythian Sister lodge, she and her husband cele brated their 68th wedding anni versary in October. She is sur vived by her husband; one son, Hoadley Johnson of East Main street, Newark; four daughters, Mrs. Stella McFadden of Gran ville, Mrs. Emma Buzzard of Co lumbus, Mrs. Margaret Willison ! of Johnstown and Mrs. Ava Edwards of Homer; 10 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. The body is at the Paul S. Emerson and Son funeral home. The Pythian Sisters lodge will hold services tonight at the funeral home at 7:30. The Eastern Star lodge will hold services tonight at 8. Funeral services will be held at the Emerson funeral home Tuesday at 2 p. m. Rev. Homer Rice of Granville will officiate. Burial will be made in Green 'Hill cemetery. Funeral services for John Pierpont of Chatham were held this afternoon at 2 p. m. in the M. E. church at Chatham. Rev. L, A. Bangerter of Chatham and Rev. George Hughes of New Straitsvillc officiated. Burial was made in Wilson cemetery by Lloyd Crouse of Johnstown. Mr. Pierpont is a grandfather of Mrs. Eugene Melick of Johnstown. Upon the recommendation of the commanding officer of Headquarters company, 166th infantry, of Camp Shelby, Sgt. Lawrence Marvin Tippett, son of Mr. and Mrs. V, B. Tippett, was appointed staff sergeant and was sent to New Orleans for duty.