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Clara PITTS

Milldale Cemetery (School Land Hollow) Cemetery
Scioto County,
Ohio

Clara Pitts, 43, died of cancer on 22 July 1915 in the Joseph, Ky., home of her mother Alice Spriggs. “She had gone to her mother’s home seven weeks ago in the hope of benefitting her health.” In addition to her mother, she was survived by husband James Pitts, an employee of the C.F. Turner commission firm, and four children, Virda, Etta, Willie and Tora. “Mr. and Mrs. Pitts had made Portsmouth their home for the past seventeen years. She was a faithful member of the School Land Hollow Christian church, near New Boston (Ohio), and will be buried Friday in the cemetery there.” Funeral services were held in the New Boston Christian church. She was a “true and loving wife, a good mother and a kind and obliging neighbor. Mrs. Pitts was popular with a wide circle of friends in the city, who will be saddened at the news of her death. The bereaved relatives have the consolation of knowing they have the sympathy of all and that she died sure of eternal salvation.” Source: obituary, The Portsmouth Daily Times, Ohio, 22 July 1915, Page 7. Clara and James Pitts were listed in the 1910 U.S. Census for Portsmouth Ward 3, Scioto County, Ohio. Clara, and husband James, about 43, were born in Kentucky. Their children were Louetta, Alonzo, William, Victoria and Lillian. Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 3, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T624_1228; Page: 19A; Enumeration District: 0152; FHL microfilm: 1375241.

Contributed on 2/19/14 by wvamemories-graves
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Record #: 181788

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Submitted: 2/19/14 • Approved: 2/20/14 • Last Updated: 8/13/15 • R181788-G0-S3

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